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    Thumbs up Sherman's Pick 4-18-2015

    Quote Originally Posted by God's Truth View Post
    Jesus died for the sins of the world. Jesus died for the sins of those who were alive when he came to earth. Jesus went to prison/hell, and preached to the spirits who died and disobeyed a long time ago; for those who lived since the beginning, he died for their sins too; and Jesus ascended higher than the heavens, so that he died for the sins of those yet to be born.

    Jesus died for the sins of the whole world, from the beginning, and to the end.
    This will be going into the nominations for post of the year. This post is a gem and it in line with the vision of this forum.

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    If that were all G's truth believed and preached it would be well. But she adds as much to it as the Catholics add and so annuls the simple truth contained in this admittedly superb statement of faith..
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