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Dan 7:27 ...whose kingdom is an everlasting kingdom,...
Matthew 25:46 ...into everlasting punishment:...
Matthew 25:41 ...into everlasting fire...
Luke 16:9 ...they may receive you into everlasting habitations.
John 3:16 ...,but have everlasting life.
Fire is a metaphor for desire. And so is heart a metaphor for desire.
They are all everlasting according to our bible's message.
Everlasting habitations is implying present remaining habitations.
Punishment is a metaphor for circumstance
Originally posted by WarJohn
Punishment is a metaphor for circumstance, since long ago what else could have been used to indicate circumstance? See what I mean? To possess the circumstance is to make the best out of it. This then means the circumstance has become our rewarding. So into present remaining rewarding by us taking possession of our circumstance!
Do any of you believe our everlasting is a bad thing or a wicked good thing?
Our present remaining holds a lot that gets changed diversely and colorfully in how it is a state of unraveling states.edit on 26-3-2013 by WarJohn because: (no reason given)