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All We Need Is Love
  
Excellent response Mark.


Finish Here January 2018
  
The inspiration of book of Jude is shown by the witness of other inspired books. "Rebellious angels not keeping their proper abode being kept in chains," for instance is witness by "God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell, and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment," 2Pe 2:4 "The prophesy of Enoch" concerning the return of Jesus is also witnessed by other scriptures, even by Jesus himself. You asked StrongAxe, "Why do you?" put much value on it, is implied. I'll ask, Why not? Why would what's written in the book, be questioned by anyone?


Without Law No Sin
  
I'm resending this post to correct the obvious mistakes.
I know this question was directed to Hays, but if I may, The word no in 1 John 1:8 is the same [Greek] word, "ou", translated not in verse 10, and in over a thousand other places in the [N.T.], and It is my belief that it should have been translated that same way in verse 8. How did I come to that conclusion? Simple, by a plain reading of verse 7 and 9. If we are truly cleansed, and as believers we are, from all sin, there can be logically no sin remaining. And the worshippers once purged of sin should have had no more conscience of sins.


Without Law No Sin
  
"How do you reconcile 1 John 3:9 with 1 John 1:8: If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us."---StrongAxe
I know this question was directed to Hays, but if I may, The word no in 1 John 1:8 is the same hebrew word, "ou", translated not in verse 10, and in over a thousand other places in the O.T., and It is my belief that it should have been translated that same way in verse 8. How did I come to that conclusion? Simple, by a plain reading of verse 7 and 9. If we are truly cleansed, and as believers we are, from all sin, there can be logically no sin remaining. And the worshippers once purged of sin should have had no more conscience of sins.


Without Law No Sin
  
Correction to prior post, this line was meant to read The word no in 1 John 1:8 is the same [Greek] word, "ou", translated not in verse 10


Going To Purgatory
  
If the concept of purgatory is biblical, it's contradicted by that which is clearly stated. "[Man's] breath goeth forth, he returns to his earth, In that very day his thoughts perish. You [Father] take away their breath, they die and return to their dust. For dust [they] are, And to dust [they] shall return. The living know that they will die, But the dead know nothing,..For in death there is no remembrance of thee: in the grave who shall give thee thanks? What profit is there in my blood, when I go down to the pit? Shall the dust praise thee? Shall it declare thy truth? Will You work wonders for the dead? Shall the dead arise and praise You? Death can not celebrate thee:.. cannot hope for your truth."


Where Is Elijah And Enoch
  

You lost me with your last statement Monk Brendan, where's the logic?:oD)))


Where Is Elijah And Enoch
  
"If Jesus is in heaven, and the dead in Christ are in Christ, then aren't they automatically in heaven as well?":oD))) I can't argue that logic Monk Brendan, and in agreement with that same logic, we (the living) are also currently in Heaven, for as it is written, Father "hath raised us up together, and made us sit together in heavenly places in Christ Jesus:" Eph 2:6


Where Is Elijah And Enoch
  
"(soul sleep is one of the silliest ideas of the Reformers). Therefore, they must be in HEAVEN!" Fr._Brendan_Drown on 11/9/17
And that statement is based on what?
I can agree that the dead are not "in the ground sleep". They are asleep in Christ. 1Th 4:15,16 Jesus Himself referred to the dead as sleeping. Jhn 11:11


Christians In Politics
  
Strongaxe I am sure that it is. I have simply not met one, or know of one, personally, that does resist. However I do believe that with the Father, all things are possible. After all Jesus did not pray to take us out of the world, but rather that we be kept from the evil. I've found this to be true, based on my perceptions:o), that power corrupts, and absolute power, corrupts absolutely. But you've made your point, and I understand and acknowledge it.


Christians In Politics
  
StrongAxe on 11/5/17. Yet politics defined is-
"The exercising or seeking of power in the governmental or public affairs of a state, municipality, etc. Having a definite policy or system of government, which is the political direction and control exercised over the actions of the members, citizens, or inhabitants of communities, societies, and states, [it is the] direction of the affairs of a state, community, etc." [And] It's direction, control, management, and rule, will always be sensually based, which in and of itself defines the world. (As a system of things focused on external adornments and passions that entice and seduce the senses).


Christians In Politics
  
"Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world. If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him. For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes, and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world. And the world passes away, and the lust thereof: but he that does the will of God abides for ever."


Rich Man Lazarus
  
Bryan it is my belief that Abraham' Bosom is simply a metaphor used to describe being brought into an intimate relationship with the Father through a faith displayed by faithful Abraham, the father of faith, as a partaker of the Father's promise of salvation. I see it as simply a figure of speech that Jesus used to designate a state of comfort, safety, and security in the salvation the Father offers through Him.


Anti-Christ Or The False Prophet
  
"when she actually was only an earthly vesel to carry Jesus' temporary incarnate body."---ObamasBoy on 10/22/17
And you base that statement on what exactly? If Jesus was simply embodied in human form, then he wasn't human.


Anti-Christ Or The False Prophet
  
"Moderator - The point I was making is that the Anti-Christ is a real person that a demon has entered, not a fallen angel that nobody knew that just showed up one day as the Anti-Christ." Apparently this conversation was never finish. Moderator what is the above statement based on?


Criminalize Christian Beliefs
  
You've got me mixed up, I don't argue. It serves no purpose.



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