Jesus Christ which are the seven Spirits of God

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kaylagrl

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I will be glad when you grow tired of bothering me.

I love how people come on to a forum are arrogant, self appointed, self important and shoot down everyone that answers them then cry that they are victims. We've seen so many of you come and go. If you're being "bothered" stop posting false doctrine from false teachers.
 
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Jesus fulfilled the OT He didn't replace it.

The sacrifice of Jesus Christ replaced animal sacrifice.

Never said it didn't.

Do you see the truth?

What truth? Replacement theology? Nope. Read Romans 11.
When something is fulfilled it is done away with it.

I fulfilled my obligation.

How many times are you going to be wrong before you are right?
 

Dino246

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I have never seen you blame yourself for anything.

I have although seen you place blame on others countless times.
Do you think God has seen what I have seen?
I don't admit to wrongdoing that I haven't committed.
 
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It's better when you don't use words ("condemn") that you don't understand.
It would be better that you don't even talk
it is written
Matthew 12:37
For by thy words thou shalt be justified,
and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.
 
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I love how people come on to a forum are arrogant, self appointed, self important and shoot down everyone that answers them then cry that they are victims. We've seen so many of you come and go. If you're being "bothered" stop posting false doctrine from false teachers.
I haven't posted anything you have stated.
 

posthuman

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John 8:36
If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.
How come you are still a servant?

It is not my church video.
No I will not listen to your church videos
I do not believe you even attend a church.

I request of you that you never post anything else to me.
Why do you ask for things that you don't actually want, and reject when you receive them?

You are weird.
 
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Anidod

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So I think it's 4 questions now?
 
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If what you are seeking is not where you are seeking
then you will not find what you are seeking.
~ unknown2you

This is one method of knowing the motive of anyone who post anything to me.

What are they seeking?
 
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If you are seeking the truth
you must seek it where you can find it
if you want to find it.
~ unknown2you
 

PS

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1 There shall come forth a shoot from the stump of Jesse, and a branch from his roots shall bear fruit.
2 And the Spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him, the Spirit of wisdom and understanding, the Spirit of counsel and might,
the Spirit of knowledge and the fear of the LORD.
3 And his delight shall be in the fear of the LORD. He shall not judge by what his eyes see, or decide disputes by what his ears hear,
4 but with righteousness he shall judge the poor, and decide with equity for the meek of the earth; and he shall strike the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips he shall kill the wicked.
Isaiah 11: (ESV)
17 And the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was given to him. He unrolled the scroll and found the place where it was written,
18 “The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to proclaim good news to the poor. He has sent me to proclaim liberty to the captives and recovering of sight to the blind, to set at liberty those who are oppressed,
Luke 4: (ESV)
Thank you for this explanation from scripture. God bless you. :)
 
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Bring on the evidence... or withdraw the accusation.
You are my evidence. Your words are my proof just as it is written
Matthew 12:37
For by thy words thou shalt be justified,
and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.

But i will do this for you
you go back over any of your 9,151 post
you made on this website and find just 1 of them
where you admit you are the blame and not the other person you have
accused of wrong doing and blamed for it.

I will grant you your request.
 

posthuman

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Post the time in the video where you can find any error in anything that he is saying.
i'm not sure exactly of the time, but it's in the first 20 minutes --
the man says that orthodox Jews lie when they say they believe in Torah, and part of his justification for his statement is that he attacks the Jew's lament that they cannot serve God per the Torah by offering sacrifices, because they do not have a temple.
the man says, and it is true, that scripture doesn't record God ever directly commanding that a temple be built. he cites 2 Samuel 7, where David rues the fact that he lives in a grand palace while the ark of God is in just a tent ((the tabernacle)). Nathan tells David, do whatever is in your heart to do about this, because the LORD is with you - but then God speaks to Nathan that night, and reminds him ((& David through Nathan)) that God never asked for anything more than the tabernacle through all the years He was with them in the wilderness, that how can God dwell in a house built by human hands?
then -- and this is an important point -- the LORD goes on to say that David's son, Solomon, will build a temple "for the name of the LORD"


the man in the video gives the argument that the Jews are lying when they say they cannot sacrifice anywhere except the temple.
this is error, explicitly contrary to scripture, and here's why:


the LORD told the people that when they enter the land, He will choose a place for His name ((Deuteronomy 12)) and in many places in giving the ordinances for sacrifices and feasts ((for ex. Deuteronomy 16)) He says that when He has chosen this place "for His name" they must not offer sacrifices anywhere other than that place that He chooses for His name ((see Deuteronomy 12))

this is in fact a very strong proof that the book of mormon is a forgery -- which, for pointing out, i got kicked out of the mormon church's study group that their missionaries had asked me to attend. lol. in the first few chapters of the BOM, the tale is told of a supposed holy man who flees Jerusalem with copies of the Torah. this would be in the time period of Jeremiah, just before the Babylonian captivity - first this supposed man of God prophesies in contradiction to Jeremiah, telling the people in Jerusalem that if they repent, they will not be taken into captivity, though if you actually read Jeremiah, it is clear that God is not going to relent - but then the man determines that they aren't going to repent, steals the Torah from the priests, and runs off into the desert, 'preserving it' and eventually bringing it to the native Americans. here's the problem: this is supposed to be a righteous man in every way, and he not only knows the Torah, but has with him the Torah inscribed on golden plates, and later supposedly teaches it to tens of thousands of people. but guess what he does on his journey? builds altars and offers sacrifices everywhere he goes. NO. this is explicitly forbidden in Deuteronomy 12. and this is all in the first 5 or so chapters of the BOM.

so -- there's another error in video 1: the Torah explicitly tells the Jews not to sacrifice anywhere other than the temple, which is the place God chose for His name, but the man in the video acts like it doesn't & they are free to make sacrifices anywhere they please. he presents this like they are just making excuses and that Deuteronomy 12 doesn't exist.

plus, as a bonus, you ((whoever reads my drivel)) have now learned something to talk to the mormon missionary kids who show up at your door and who have probably never read Jeremiah or Deuteronomy before. you can teach them, and maybe be used to lead them to the truth :)