The Daniel Project - More Evidence of God that Cannot be Contradicted

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posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:11 PM
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Daniel 12:10

Many will be purified, made spotless and refined, but the wicked will continue to be wicked. None of the wicked will understand, but those who are wise will understand.

There is a documentary on Netflix Streaming called The Daniel Project. If you watch the documentary, you will agree, as did the skeptic who made the film, that ALL of what the Bible has predicted is coming to pass. God has provided something unique to mankind that is beyond reason or our ability to contradict. He draws the future into the past for us to see before it happens. As it comes to pass, we can confirm His word as true. If you have read any of my threads, perhaps the best evidence of all comes from this documentary below. Watch it on Netflix Streaming or on youtube in parts.

Will you understand? If you don't, there are many here on ATS willing to assist you. In the end, there is only one way to awaken. Seek Christ and repent of your sins. God does the rest.

As the film points out, the righteous will see the means of escape, but the wicked will not understand.





posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:26 PM
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Why is Tyre still standing?



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:27 PM
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Could you give us some examples of biblical predictions proved by this film? Not all of us has access to Netflix. And, well, not all of those of us who haven't got access to Netflix are willing to take your word for it.

I, for one, have a hard time imagining it delivering empirical proof ..and then go on to feature on Netflix and not just about every media outlet in the World.

So examples please, or better yet, a complete list.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:29 PM
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Would you mind posting some of this evidence and some arguments that cannot be contradicted? My incredulous instinct cannot find any such thing in your opening post.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:36 PM
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So what if I am "righteous" by yur Gods standards, but don't believe, because all of his "shepards" are either pedos, or alchies, or deginerate gamblers, or prey on the weak of mind for financial gain?

Do I still get a pass, or must I burn for not believing the lies of the T.V. preachers who just want my money, not salvvation for my soul?



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:40 PM
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Seems to be intresting video, here is the trailer. No netflix here..



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:41 PM
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Dude I watched this documentary a couple weeks ago. I enjoyed watching the director's progression from skeptic to believer as he studied the prophecies and I could definitely relate. If I find a better quality video, I will post it here.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:53 PM
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you will agree, as did the skeptic who made the film, that ALL of what the Bible has predicted is coming to pass.

 


Ahhh, the ole "skeptic turns to bible thumping" tale.

Love those ones...




posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 04:59 PM
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Originally posted by DupontDeux
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Could you give us some examples of biblical predictions proved by this film? Not all of us has access to Netflix. And, well, not all of those of us who haven't got access to Netflix are willing to take your word for it.

I, for one, have a hard time imagining it delivering empirical proof ..and then go on to feature on Netflix and not just about every media outlet in the World.

So examples please, or better yet, a complete list.



I provided a link to the youtube version. Also, see this link: LINK

Also, with minimal effort, you can get a Free 1 Month trial of Netflix. Your choice to spend the time or not.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:02 PM
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Originally posted by TheSubversiveOne
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Would you mind posting some of this evidence and some arguments that cannot be contradicted? My incredulous instinct cannot find any such thing in your opening post.



The author of the documentary leaves little room for error. He takes you through 20 or so major prophecies, starting with 1948 and the restoration of Israel and brings you up to the current day. He was a skeptic before the film and a believer after. Like I said, there is no room for error since we can all verify the words with our own history. It is so evident that anyone would understand, yet Daniel states that many will not understand. This film leaves little room for misunderstanding and is superbly well done.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:07 PM
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I'm just glad that one of these epiphany-type-religious videos has finally come out without the all the money tied into it. I mean, they obviously spent their hard earned dollars to finance this themselves with no motive of making money, because they found some information so groundbreaking...

ahh wait...


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Oh yeah....

nvm.

The only motive must be that they really, really believe now. Not that they really, really wanna make money.

Hint: There are more religious people than non-religious people, the pockets are deeper in the religious audience. Forgive me if I question the born-again-ness of the cast & crew....



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:08 PM
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Originally posted by inverslyproportional
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So what if I am "righteous" by yur Gods standards, but don't believe, because all of his "shepards" are either pedos, or alchies, or deginerate gamblers, or prey on the weak of mind for financial gain?

Do I still get a pass, or must I burn for not believing the lies of the T.V. preachers who just want my money, not salvvation for my soul?


There is only one Shepherd and we all have access to Him by request. Nothing can separate you from the Love of God and no thing or person can deny you truth. The evidence for this is within your own words. That Word is already written on our hearts. You cannot see the fault of another without seeing it in yourself first. The evidence for God is not the problem. The evidence for our own heart is what matters and God already knows this. He needs no testimony from us. We simply need to see it for ourselves by reflection from God's Word. Give it a try:

John 2

23 Now while he was in Jerusalem at the Passover Festival, many people saw the signs he was performing and believed in his name. 24 But Jesus would not entrust himself to them, for he knew all people. 25 He did not need any testimony about mankind, for he knew what was in each person.

You will already know the answer to your own question if you search within and deny what is without.

Acts 17

24 “The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by human hands. 25 And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything. Rather, he himself gives everyone life and breath and everything else. 26 From one man he made all the nations, that they should inhabit the whole earth; and he marked out their appointed times in history and the boundaries of their lands. 27 God did this so that they would seek him and perhaps reach out for him and find him, though he is not far from any one of us. 28 ‘For in him we live and move and have our being.’ As some of your own poets have said, ‘We are his offspring.’

29 “Therefore since we are God’s offspring, we should not think that the divine being is like gold or silver or stone—an image made by human design and skill. 30 In the past God overlooked such ignorance, but now he commands all people everywhere to repent. 31 For he has set a day when he will judge the world with justice by the man he has appointed. He has given proof of this to everyone by raising him from the dead.”



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:12 PM
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Originally posted by SilentKoala
Why is Tyre still standing?


Because "They" in the verse refers to many nations and not Tyre. Linguistically, this is similar to many passages where the truth of the matter is by context and not by what we imagine the words to mean. Context must be considered and paradox is resolved.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:18 PM
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We watched it a few weeks ago. It was pretty good in my opinion. I'm glad you posted about it to bring attention to those who haven't seen it. Thank you!



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:20 PM
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Originally posted by littled16
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We watched it a few weeks ago. It was pretty good in my opinion. I'm glad you posted about it to bring attention to those who haven't seen it. Thank you!



I hesitate to summarize it for anyone. I could never do the job the producers did in showing the reality of the situation. It really does make it all clear by perspective. I hope many people watch this film as well.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:29 PM
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I am not perfect, yet I am as righteous as even the most devout who would worship him in his light, yet I knowest him not, as I have asked, and have nothing received in return but long silence to consolest me in any of my times of need.
InverslyProportional

I have asked for nothing but his presence, I have longed to know him, I have asked his wisdom when I needed him not. I have never received anything in return, not a sign, not love, not his presence. I have looked, I have longed, I have saught him out. Yet he is as foreign to me, as the love that they promise to those that seek him.

I would know this God, but he speaketh not unto me, he showeth me naught but sorrow, he spoils my good works, by allowing the wicked to destroy that which a good man would do only for the sake of another.

If these be his lessons, he is not one I would ever wish to no.



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:42 PM
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I would know this God, but he speaketh not unto me, he showeth me naught but sorrow, he spoils my good works, by allowing the wicked to destroy that which a good man would do only for the sake of another.

 


Same goes for me. I always inviteth him over for drinks, but he showeth not.

And it was Blue Label Johnny Walker I was drinking. Not showing for something like that is simply sacrilegious...



posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 05:55 PM
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Originally posted by inverslyproportional
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I am not perfect, yet I am as righteous as even the most devout who would worship him in his light, yet I knowest him not, as I have asked, and have nothing received in return but long silence to consolest me in any of my times of need.
InverslyProportional

I have asked for nothing but his presence, I have longed to know him, I have asked his wisdom when I needed him not. I have never received anything in return, not a sign, not love, not his presence. I have looked, I have longed, I have saught him out. Yet he is as foreign to me, as the love that they promise to those that seek him.

I would know this God, but he speaketh not unto me, he showeth me naught but sorrow, he spoils my good works, by allowing the wicked to destroy that which a good man would do only for the sake of another.

If these be his lessons, he is not one I would ever wish to no.


Interesting words. You think and move. Everything else is given to you, as well as the gift of salvation from the trial. Possibly, you are missing the relationship with God on your end. God's end is the same for all of us. Perhaps gratitude is missing. Read Acts 17:24-31. God is found within your actions, not simply His. He reveals Himself by our giving to others. What is given must be earned. Gifts can be received.

Aristotle:

"Benefactors are thought to love those they have benefited, more than those who have been well treated love those that have treated them well, and this is discussed as though it were paradoxical. Most people think it is because the latter are in the position of debtors and the former of creditors; and therefore as, in the case of loans, debtors wish their creditors did not exist, while creditors actually take care of the safety of their debtors, so it is thought that benefactors wish the objects of their action to exist since they will then get their gratitude, while the beneficiaries take no interest in making this return. Epicharmus would perhaps declare that they say this because they 'look at things on their bad side', but it is quite like human nature; for most people are forgetful, and are more anxious to be well treated than to treat others well. But the cause would seem to be more deeply rooted in the nature of things; the case of those who have lent money is not even analogous. For they have no friendly feeling to their debtors, but only a wish that they may kept safe with a view to what is to be got from them; while those who have done a service to others feel friendship and love for those they have served even if these are not of any use to them and never will be. This is what happens with craftsmen too; every man loves his own handiwork better than he would be loved by it if it came alive; and this happens perhaps most of all with poets; for they have an excessive love for their own poems, doting on them as if they were their children. This is what the position of benefactors is like; for that which they have treated well is their handiwork, and therefore they love this more than the handiwork does its maker. The cause of this is that existence is to all men a thing to be chosen and loved, and that we exist by virtue of activity (i.e. by living and acting), and that the handiwork is in a sense, the producer in activity; he loves his handiwork, therefore, because he loves existence. And this is rooted in the nature of things; for what he is in potentiality, his handiwork manifests in activity.

At the same time to the benefactor that is noble which depends on his action, so that he delights in the object of his action, whereas to the patient there is nothing noble in the agent, but at most something advantageous, and this is less pleasant and lovable. What is pleasant is the activity of the present, the hope of the future, the memory of the past; but most pleasant is that which depends on activity, and similarly this is most lovable. Now for a man who has made something his work remains (for the noble is lasting), but for the person acted on the utility passes away. And the memory of noble things is pleasant, but that of useful things is not likely to be pleasant, or is less so; though the reverse seems true of expectation.

Further, love is like activity, being loved like passivity; and loving and its concomitants are attributes of those who are the more active.

Again, all men love more what they have won by labour; e.g. those who have made their money love it more than those who have inherited it; and to be well treated seems to involve no labour, while to treat others well is a laborious task. These are the reasons, too, why mothers are fonder of their children than fathers; bringing them into the world costs them more pains, and they know better that the children are their own. This last point, too, would seem to apply to benefactors."
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posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 06:11 PM
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I prefer Lucretius, don't you?


“All religions are equally sublime to the ignorant, useful to the politician, and ridiculous to the philosopher.”

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and don't forget this one by Seneca...


“Religion is regarded by the common people as true, by the wise as false, and by the rulers as useful.”
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posted on Oct, 14 2012 @ 06:12 PM
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Anyone that refuse such a kind and generus offer, well I wouldn't think much of their character at all.

That is a vvery good bottle indeed, I have only had 2 glasses in my life, it was magical.





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