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  1. JPPT1974's Weekend Thoughts 6/16-6/18/2017

    And how that
    We can only
    Hope that those
    Who need Christ
    Will be in
    The coming to
    Him and how
    That they need
    Him before they
    Leave this earth
    Or Jesus comes back.
  2. JPPT1974's Thurs Thoughts 6/15/2017

    And how that
    You can only
    Hope that he
    Really has changed
    His life around
    And how that
    He needs or
    May need Christ.
    IMHO, I do not think
    He was a Christian for
    He smoked and yes Christians to smoke sadly some of them.
    But the way he acted
    Did not show a Christ like attitude.
  3. JPPT1974's Wed Thoughts 6/14/2017

    I do think
    About him time
    To time and
    How that hopefully
    That he has
    Changed his ways
    And how that
    It may not matter to
    Him if he rubs people
    The wrong way but
    To others not so much.
  4. Views of the Eschaton

    For me, when it comes to views of the end times, any view, including, dispensational, and even historic premillennial (so-called non-dispensational Premillennialism), that encompasses earthly millennial reigning dishonorably implies Our Lord has abdicated from sitting at the right hand of God (e.g., Eph. 1:20-23; Col. 3:1-4; Rom. 8:34). I refuse to go there.

    Post-millennial views are basically amillennial views, with recapitulation—parallels covering the same ground from different ...

    Updated January 23rd, 2018 at 02:19 PM by Ask Mr. Religion

  5. YHWH said to my lord.........

    Quote Originally Posted by freelight View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by Evil.Eye. View Post
    I can put it this way. Who is God's God? (Psalm 110:1) Himself! If God were to put everything under His feet, would He put Himself under His feet? (Ephesians 1:22) ... And the answer is no... God would never put God under His own feet!
    Hi EE,

    You might see that Psalm 110 is actually one of the finest proof-texts showing that God the Father (YHWH) and the Lord (Messiah) are two distinct 'lords', there are 2 lords being spoken of here, The divine
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