Nah..every time one looks something up online biblically,something has been changed,so it has become pointless to argue anying out.
I've used bibles online and it's going on in them too,constantly things are reworded,changed,,edited,missing.
The more confusion the better eh?
Sign of the times...
then there is no need for you to pay any attention to anyone's thoughts about what is shaping up based on Isaiah 40:31.
For your own sake, don't allow my opinions to become pretext for you to catch a negative attitude toward the people JESUS is going to empower.
Jesus is going to empower people who understand or who will quickly come to understand what Jesus means by "come out of her My people" Rev 18:4
The "her" Jesus is referring to will fight tooth and nail to keep Jesus's people in "her." A battle royal is shaping up. One best get on the right side.
The initially newly empowered are going to be used by Jesus to recruit-enlist many (including many young men) into the service of Jesus.
Many (probably most) of the young newly recruited apprentice servants of Jesus will initially know very little about Jesus. They will begin study of the NT.
They will have come to believe in Jesus due to having signs and wonders performed in their face. Not due to preaching.
"For the kingdom of God is not in word, but in power." 1 Corinthians 4:20
These new disciples will be sent into hospitals ...healing everyone in the hospital.
They will be sent as Jesus sent disciples "Heal the sick, raise the dead, ....". Matthew 10:8
They will be sent where there are such as babies born with no arms/legs and all other manner of deformity.
They will be sent to transfigure women and men whose faces have suffered acid attacks.
They won't be sent to your home to hit on your daughters. Rather scads of men and women, will be asking to join with the newly empowered.
I have a question about raising the dead. Will everyone who has ever lived be woke up and walk around? I don't think that sounds like a very good idea.
(06-03-2018, 12:48 PM)Octo Wrote: Dude...! I have a question about raising the dead. Will everyone who has ever lived be woke up and walk around? I don't think that sounds like a very good idea.
I've thought about this quite a bit in the past year. I doubt everyone who has ever lived will be brought back (in brand new bodies ... bodies being like the old body but in perfect condition).
13 And whatsoever ye shall ask in my name, that will I do, that the Father may be glorified in the Son. 14 If ye shall ask anything in my name, that will I do" John 14
I submit many will be brought back because somebody had the faith to ask ............ I have quite a list of people I'm asking for to be brought back. Then if they grow in faith, they will be able to ask. And so on and so on and so on. Like my grandfather may acquire enough faith to ask for his parents and his grandparents and siblings back. And so on and so on. I believe for Jesus bringing someone back who died a 1000 years ago is no more difficult than bringing someone back who died last year.
Others will not be brought back because no one had the faith to ask.
(06-03-2018, 08:58 PM)Octo Wrote: But why would you want to bring them back? If you have the faith to ask, why don't you have faith in eternal life?
Wouldn't you want them to be successfully passed on to the next level? Doesn't make sense at all to raise the dead.
Close to the last time I saw my father he asked me "son are you going to church"? I replied "No dad, I don't believe any of that stuff." Dad was taken the next day.
He had a stroke while we were eating breakfast at the home of his sister. Dad's mother was in the home. My dad's own father had died when dad was about 6 years old.
I want my father returned. And his father. And his mother who remained single for some 60 or so years after her husband died young.
These returned will be part of the "signs and wonders" that will motivate scads of current unbelievers to "see the light."
(06-02-2018, 09:11 PM)Octo Wrote: It was more exciting when this was a thread about promiscuous sex.
Promiscuous (having many transient sexual relationships, being sexually indiscriminate, treating sexual activity as casual)
was definitely not the word I was looking for. My mistake. Promiscuity will be a snare.
However, I'm confident many (probably most) of the newly empowered servants of Jesus (coming from all kinds of cultures and sub-cultures)
will neither be celibate nor monogamous. No doubt some will be polygamous.
I bet some will enter into group 'intimate love bonds'.
(what many may call "marriage" I will henceforth call an 'intimate love bond')
"love one another" ... "where the Spirit of the Lord is there is liberty" ...
"Your kingdom come; Your will be done on earth, as it is in heaven". ......
"The angels of God in heaven do not marry"
I shall now put on my faith flack jacket hunker down and prepare for incoming !
"and above all, taking the shield of faith, with which you will be able to extinguish all the fiery darts of the evil one" Ephesians 6:16
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