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Old Testament Saints Born Again
My comment would be, if someone seems to know it all then run the other way.I personally do not believe in the Roman Catholic Church as it is today. The Catholic's have moved from the truth of the Bible. We need a balanced belief system in and study of both the Old and New Testaments. The Old Testament is full of teachings on how to live and conduct ourselves, and always points us forward in the direction of Jesus as savior. The New Testament points us back to Jesus as the only way to Salvation and God. People in the Old Testament were covered by blood sacrifices each year while we are covered by the final sacrifice of the Lord Jesus. We cannot earn salvation or forgiveness, It is a free gift from God who loves us as his children.

Explain Galatians 1:8
God calls all men to come to him and accept Him but so many either don't listen or have hardened their hearts over the years that they just don't feel or hear the tiny tug or whisper of the Spirit. I think this verse, as all verses must be taken in context of the whole Bible Both Old and New, we today tend to down play the Old Testament as not relevant but it is one of the best teaching tools we can have.

Flight Not In The Winter

Jesus could not have been speaking only of the destruction of Jeruselem because the time of trouble which is predicted to be greater than any that "ever has been or will be" is mentioned in context with signs of the times (earthquakes, famines, pestilences, etc.) indicating the nearness of His soon coming.This is a double prophecy relating to the end of time, to the "time of trouble such as there never was".

The Sabbath day was instituted before there was even a Jew. Genesis 2:2. And on the seventh day God ended His work which He had done, and He rested on the seventh day from all His work which He had done. Then God sanctified it, because in it He rested from all His work which God had created and made.

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