posted on Oct, 26 2012 @ 05:40 AM
reply to post by EfficientP
Elisabeth Elijah Nikomia is really a mixed bag for me. She gets the beast's mark right and her talk on America is probably on point as they are the
Beast of the land power (of Revelation 13) and she riffs off those points in differing variation but then she makes it well know that Ellen White is
false (due to her stance on the state of the dead) from the Adventists (even though White spoke on those two points at length over 150 years ago...so
basically regurgitating her themes) and backs it up with the statement from the prisoner on the cross.
Luke 23:43 Jesus answered him, "I tell you the truth, today you will be with me in paradise."
Firstly there is no commas in the original verse and secondly, did Jesus go to paradise that day or was He resting in the tomb for the next three
days. Move the comma from after 'truth' to after 'today' then the verse makes logical sense as well as remaining in harmony with the rest of the
gospel talking on the state of the dead. For her to dismiss Ellen White as false from such flimsy verses, trumpeting herself as a prophet all the time
(when the prophets I know of don't trumpet themselves at all) and then come up with these things about the exact right Hebrew variation of the name
seems kind of off base to me....something smelling a little fishy!
edit: Upon reading further of what she has to say about those people refusing to learn the Holy days and feasts (meaning the annual Jewish feast days
also known as High sabbaths or sabbath days, as they are 'rest' days as well) proves that she is not in harmony with the Bible and therefore false.
Colossians 2:16, 17 Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holyday, or of the new moon, or of the sabbath days:
Which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ.
This passage is dealing with the ceremonial law specifically (as bible commentators will attest) as that law deals with meat, drink and new moons. The
annual Jewish feast days point forwards to Jesus and His redeeming action on the cross for our salvation. Each feast day is meant to point towards in
longing hope for the Messiah to undertake this sacrificial act for our salvation with longing hope. As he is already completed this act, the purpose
of the Jewish feast days in what they were meant to instill in the minds of the Israelites is past. That is why it is called a 'shadow'. People can
still keep the annual feast days if they wish as people should not be judged whether they do or don't, but it is definitely not a mandatory
If Elisabeth Elijah Nikomia is indeed false then it casts new light on what role she might be playing against Seventh-Day Adventism and possibly
trying to corrupt the important message of God's mark and the Beast mark (chiefly given my Adventism) with extremist post that are readily shown to be
false....guilty by association
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