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  1. more Bible math to annoy you

    by , 6 Days Ago at 07:07 PM
    Quote Originally Posted by Enoch987 View Post
    2/7 times 1/23.
    I'll annoy you by not telling you where the equation comes from (it's from Revelation 2:10 compared to the rest of Revelation, solve for the crown of life.)
    an attempt to find the numerical value of the crown of life.
    2/7 times 1/23 =
    12422360 2484472049 6894409937 888 19875 7763 9751 5527 95031055 9006211180.
    66 digits that repeat.
    spiritual significance.
    223 points to the math rounding error in Numbers 3 (there are 22000 Levites but the

    by , 6 Days Ago at 12:05 PM
    Together Ephraim and Manasseh grew to a great people as the “fruitful bough” in Jacob’s prophecy in Genesis 49. They became a colonizing people that spread all around the world. After remaining together for a long time, they finally separated. As a single great nation Manasseh, the United States, prevailed with Britain through two world wars——with our unlimited resources. But sadly, since 1950 both the United States and Britain have been diminishing in power. Another prophecy has to ...

    by , 6 Days Ago at 11:59 AM
    We are given a clue, as to where Israel is today, by Jacob (Israel) himself in Genesis chapter 49. “And Jacob called unto his sons, and said, gather yourselves together, that I may tell you that which shall befall you in the last days” (Genesis 49:1). Did you catch that, in the last days? Now we see the 10 lost tribes seemingly without an identity, but God knows who and where they are. Jacob was prophesying with the influence of the Holy Spirit. Let’s see what he had to say about the sons ...

    by , 6 Days Ago at 11:53 AM
    There were many prophets down through the ages. During the time of the judges, many prophesied of their times and future times. Elijah, Elisha and Samuel were all early prophets, known only by their works. Then you have the written prophets: Isaiah, Jeremiah and Ezekiel. Finally, you have the 12 “minor” prophets; though called minor, they weren’t insignificant. They all spoke to Israel and to Judah. They weren’t well received, and were persecuted. I would like to note here, that many ...
  5. Can yiu dribk from Jesus' cup?

    by , 1 Week Ago at 05:41 AM
    Quote Originally Posted by Ariel82 View Post
    I believe what happened in Pentecost is that all the people shouted with one voice the same message something like "praise God, Christ the Messiah has ascended into Heaven and has cleansed us of our sins" and angels carried their proclamation in whatever tongue/known language they shouted in to the ears of people who needed to hear.

    I believe that the gifts of God are for today. However I don't believe what many claim to be the gifts of God.
    .to me many people make