December 29, 2017 at 11:35 am #820519
If you have followed him then you would know of his anointing from above.December 29, 2017 at 11:41 am #820521
Indeed God revealed His prophetic plan as He always does.
But natural men cannot grasp the prophetic word.December 29, 2017 at 12:14 pm #820523
You are desperate to defend your view against prophetic scripture.
Good luckDecember 30, 2017 at 7:21 am #820538GeneBalthropParticipant
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T8…..do you even believe Jesus had to be anointed before he could even qulify as a Christo’s? The word christo’s or messiah, applies only to man and not to a preexisting being who was a God as you assume. God the father impregnated a human women “Mary”, making Jesus the “only” human being begotten, (born of flesh) , by God himself, through a human berth process. “For unto us (humanity), a child is born, unto us (humanity) son has been given. The government will be upon his shoulder.
But you say he was a preexisting GOD (MORPHED) INTO A HUMAN BODY, that would disqualify him from being a Messiah or Anointed human being. Seening you believe he was already a GOD, AT BERTH, THEN SURELY you do not believe he needed to be anointed by God, because you believe he already was a God. So by that you like the Gnostic’s are ANTICHRIST’S (against the anointing process) BY TEACHING JESUS WAS ALREADY A GOD, at berth, no need for him to be anointed by GOD later right?
Jesus was not a savior at berth, even though that was his destiny, nor was he the MESSIAH either, untill he became the Messiah at his baptizm by John in the Jordan river. That is when the holy spirit from God descended on him like a dove as scripture clearly say.
Peace and love to you and yours. ………geneJanuary 9, 2018 at 10:58 pm #820669t8Participant
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Nick. A man who cannot answer yes or no is hiding something. If he answers yes to what the scripture actually says, then he agrees. If he answers no, then he doesn’t agree. I can only assume that your answer is no because if it were yes, you wouldn’t hesitate to answer with a simple yes to show you agree with scripture. It is a shame that scripture is not trustworthy enough for you that you cannot wholeheartedly agree with it as it is written. You basically answer no, then add extra text so you can then say yes. Let me do a similar exercise.
Does God exist? Yes / No
- Yes he does exist. (Clear and no explanation even needed as you are in agreement.)
- No he doesn’t exist. (Clear and no explanation even needed as you have made your stance clear for all to see.)
But let’s say I do NOT believe in the existence of God, but my conscience bugs me about answering ‘no’ as I know ‘yes’ is the correct answer, even though I actually do not believe he exists. So here is what to do. You can say something like this:
Yes God exists, but God is another name for the Universe.
See that. I get to actually say ‘yes’, but am really saying no. I satisfy the readers in as much as I have not denied his existence to expose myself as a fool, but then I change the meaning to actually say I do not believe he exists, but I get to use the word ‘yes’ in the sentence.
This is what you are doing Nick. The Devil is in the detail.
But let your ‘Yes’ be ‘Yes,’ and your ‘No,’ ‘No.’ For whatever is more than these is from the evil one.
Nick, there is absolutely no need to collude with the evil one. Just say yes or no. Anything else means you are unworthy to have a truthful discussion, and thus you shouldn’t be here in the forum. Have another go Nick.January 11, 2018 at 8:33 pm #820746
Would you judge the Lord in this way too?
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