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Rapture And It's Silhouette

- How loud is the “voice of the archangel and the trumpt (trumpet) of God?

- Who are the “living and the dead?”

- How does God explain meeting Him in the air, and when?

 

Sep 08, 2003

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Let Us Make Man in Our Image

Posted by: Administrator on October 07, 2002 3:11:46 PM (8580  reads )

- Here is one verse that divided Christianity regarding God’s true identity.

- Who can explain "us, our" in the creation of man, if God will not unravel the mystery of His identity?

- If Jesus Christ referred to His body in the parable, "Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up," does not God equally refer to "something else" other than the number of creators in His use of "us, our"?

- If Jesus Christ explained the meaning of temple by "demonstration" at His death and resurrection, can we not expect God to explain "us, our" by "demonstration" also?

- This will prove that indeed God is speaking in parables as Jesus Christ was prophesied to speak "dark sayings of old."

 

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Lord of the Sabbath

Posted by: Administrator on March 19, 2002 4:34:46 AM (7423  reads )

- What really is the significance of Sabbath that God gave it as an “eternal sign” for His chosen people?

- God imposes death penalty for its violation, like the man caught gathering sticks on the Sabbath. How is the penal provision executed?

- What did Jesus mean in saying, “I am the Lord of the Sabbath?”

 

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Love Thy Enemies

Posted by: Administrator on February 21, 2000 4:34:38 AM (6363  reads )

- How could our Lord's statement, "love your enemies," be reconciled with an Old Testament law, "eye for eye, tooth for tooth?"

- Jesus said, "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets."

- Who are our enemies?

 

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