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    ACTS 3:23 IS A NEAR VIEW AND FAR VIEW ??

    Hi to and Acts 3:23 reads , And it will be ( that ) every soul who would NOT HEAR that Prophet will be utterly destroyed from out of the people !!

    #1 The first verb is IT SHALL COME TO PASS / ESOMAI and is in the Greek FUTURE TENSE and in the INDICATIVE MOOD of a FACT !!

    #2 , In verse 22 , when that Prophet comes , says Moses , and believe it speaks of Christ !!

    #3 And since they did not believe , Isa 6 , Luke 13:6-9 and 2 Cor 3:13-15 , Israel was destroyed and the rest were made prisoners after 70 AD and this is the NEAR VIEW !!

    #4 And the second verb is HEAR / AKOVO is in the Greek AORIST TENSE and means the Past tense and Israel would not listen , LIKE those that want to teach Part of the LAW and also PART OF GRACE !!

    #5 The last verb is SHALL BE UTTERLY DESTROYED / REXOIETHREUO is in the Greek FUTURE TENSE !!


    #6 I believe this the FAR VIEW and will happen in the Great Tribulation , where those Jews who accept the number 666 , shall be destroyed along with those Gentiles that attack Jerusalem !!

    This means that there is no MIXING of Jews and Gentiles as Num 23:9 and proves that Jews are not to live together !!

    dan p

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    Quote Originally Posted by DAN P View Post
    Hi to and Acts 3:23 reads , And it will be ( that ) every soul who would NOT HEAR that Prophet will be utterly destroyed from out of the people !!

    #1 The first verb is IT SHALL COME TO PASS / ESOMAI and is in the Greek FUTURE TENSE and in the INDICATIVE MOOD of a FACT !!

    #2 , In verse 22 , when that Prophet comes , says Moses , and believe it speaks of Christ !!

    #3 And since they did not believe , Isa 6 , Luke 13:6-9 and 2 Cor 3:13-15 , Israel was destroyed and the rest were made prisoners after 70 AD and this is the NEAR VIEW !!

    #4 And the second verb is HEAR / AKOVO is in the Greek AORIST TENSE and means the Past tense and Israel would not listen , LIKE those that want to teach Part of the LAW and also PART OF GRACE !!

    #5 The last verb is SHALL BE UTTERLY DESTROYED / REXOIETHREUO is in the Greek FUTURE TENSE !!


    #6 I believe this the FAR VIEW and will happen in the Great Tribulation , where those Jews who accept the number 666 , shall be destroyed along with those Gentiles that attack Jerusalem !!

    This means that there is no MIXING of Jews and Gentiles as Num 23:9 and proves that Jews are not to live together !!

    dan p




    Jews are not to live together! Hmmm.

    Acts 3:23 is to that generation that was supposed to obey Christ as did the ancient one obey Moses, and if not they would be stricken from their inheritance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Interplanner View Post
    Jews are not to live together! Hmmm.

    Acts 3:23 is to that generation that was supposed to obey Christ as did the ancient one obey Moses, and if not they would be stricken from their inheritance.
    Hi and Num 23:9 says that Jews are to live alone and not counted among the nations !!

    dan p

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