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Can we see Jesus physically while still living in the body?
The Bible says the pure in heart will see him. Does this mean physically? It also says we'd die if we saw him. What do you make of this?

Moderator - No.

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I have had ex[periences that some would say were a manifestation of jesus ido not believe that I believe they werre angels who we are tod in Hebrews are ministering spirits to those eho are heirs of salvation
---doree4573 on 4/14/08


I love the way Moderator answers with a NO! Jesus, I can testify to, will manifest himself on occasions to a believer. How often He does this I do not know. God actually appeared in human form to people in the Old Testament numerous times [Gen. 12:7, 17:1, 18:1, 32: 24-30]. Wow, I am excited over today's studying.
---catherine on 4/14/08


"Paul the Apostle actually saw Christ on his way to Damascus"
Not according to Acts 9 verses 3-9
He was blinded by a great light, and when his eyes were opened , he saw no-one
---alan_of_UK on 2/29/08


Paul the Apostle actually saw Christ on his way to Damascus, syria. When he ressurrected two disciples on the way to emaus saw him, all in flesh!
---makinde on 2/29/08


This is dire foolishness.

The scripture clearly shows JESUS ascending to Heaven Bodily.
Paul referred to him as "the first born among many brethren" and in John 5 Jesus talks about "the graves open" keep in mind the grave wouldn't NEED TO OPEN to let a spirit out of it.
One verse of scripture "flesh and blood cannot inherit" is still true in a physical resurrection because it's not the flesh that earned the ticket but the spirit and it's unction to Christ.
---Pharisee on 2/25/08




---Rhonda In first Thessalonians 4:17 we have this " Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord." Exactly what do you think this scripture is referring to if not a rapture?
---Mima on 2/25/08


There are no rewards while mankind inhabits our fleshly bodies ...rewards are given to those Christians who hold fast to Gods Truths - transformed from flesh and blood to spirit beings during Christ's first resurection

...there is no 'rapture' for Gods People

1 Corinthians 15:50 (flesh and blood do not inherit the Kingdom of God)

Anyone who claims to have seen Jesus is really seeing a demon
---Rhonda on 2/24/08


Eloy saw Him and he even lived to blog about it!
---sue on 2/23/08


We are spiritual, supernatural beings, and many people have seen Jesus while still alive (NOT in a coma). You can ONLY see Him with your spiritual eyes (NOT physical eyes), because Jesus is also a spiritual being.
---Leslie on 2/23/08


Job 19:25-27 For I know that my redeemer liveth, and that he shall stand at the latter day upon the earth: And though after my skin worms destroy this body, yet in my flesh shall I see God: Whom I shall see for myself, and mine eyes shall behold, and not another, though my reins be consumed within me.
---jerry6593 on 2/23/08




**So which is correct,we receive rewards at the great white throne judgment or at Christ return?**

Christ's return is IMMEDIATELY before the Great White Throne Judgement.

And there is no pre-trib rapture.
---Jack on 2/22/08


** Jesus is a Spirit and He is a Person, this I know.**

Are you implying that Jesus is a disembodied spirit, catherine?

Fie!

** Jesus is still for some of His people making appearances as the resurrected Christ. I have seen Him. **

Did you see the Holy Wounds of His Passion? If you didn't, you saw and probably worshipped a demonic counterfeit.
---Jack on 2/22/08


J.nonymous
1) The Lord said to my Lord set here at My right hand until I make Your enemies Your foot stool. If it is not the Judgment Day of Christs coming, then what is being seen is the Spirit of Gods Word, which is in all things. This means physically we should always be looking for the beauty of Gods Word in all things and the pure in heart will see Him?
---Shawn.M.T on 2/22/08


2) But if you are gazing on the true full manifestation of the Word of God made flesh, then it is Judgment Day and YES all that have not already died in the first resurrection are going to die and be quickened or cast into the lake of fire.
---Shawn.M.T on 2/22/08


Catherine you wrote,"When you die if you belong to Him your spirit will go back to God to await the great Judgment where rewards will be handed out."
But the Scriptures say in Revelation 22:12
" And, behold, I come quickly, and my reward is with me, to give every man according as his work shall be." So which is correct,we receive rewards at the great white throne judgment or at Christ return?
---Mima on 2/22/08


Jesus is a Spirit and He is a Person, this I know. Jesus is still for some of His people making appearances as the resurrected Christ. I have seen Him. When you die if you belong to Him your spirit will go back to God to await the great Judgment where rewards will be handed out. The best that I can explain this.
---catherine on 2/22/08


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The pure in heart-Those who allow their focus to remain single and fixed on His Word-shall perceive, recognize, acknowledge and understand the majesty and wonder of His indwelling presence and influence. As far as seeing Him physically, If He chose to manifest Himself to man physically, it would be in a way that man could bear. Blessed is the man that believes-relies on, adheres to and depends upon Him-without ever carnally perceiving His presence.
---josef on 2/22/08


According to the opening chapters of Revelation, the Apostle John saw the glorified, risen, and ascended Jesus Christ with his earthly eyes.

And St. Paul, "as one born out of due time," had a similar experience.

Of course, it's only the Bible saying these things.
---Jack on 2/22/08


No! Not while we are in the flesh. The pure in heart(those that go to heaven) will see him. With our fleshly eyes a Holy God would be a consuming fire to us. The apparitions that people claim to see or real to them. They see something most probably familiar spirits(demons) parading as a deception to the beholder of the apparition.
---Mima on 2/21/08


Seeing the Father will kill us.

The apostles saw Jesus and lived.

We could see him physically if he chose to appear to us.
---Pharisee on 2/21/08


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