• NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi T8,
    Such one dimensional thinking yet convinced it cannot be wrong.
    You limit yourself to your own understanding.
    You are your own god it seems.

    • t8 replied 1 week ago

      No, I am not my own God. It seems anyone who disagrees with your strange views gets fiery darts thrown at them day and night. And I’m not sorry if I believe scripture over your so-called prophetic view where the number 1 rule is Jesus is not the Christ. You should repent because time is short. Imagine explain to God why Jesus is never the Christ.…[Read more]

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi t8,
    You still rely on logic to grasp the prophetic word.
    No growth yet?

    • Ask yourself who is relying on their own understanding when the read this:
      For unto you is born this day in the City of David a Savior, who is Christ the Lord.
      Adding words because of reliance on one’s own understanding?

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi t8,
    Never became the Christ?
    Jesus was made both Lord and Christ.

    You are so confused.

    • God made him Christ yes. I teach this. Am am I not the one who says he was Christ when he was born in the City of David? Whereas you say he became Christ at the Jordan.

    • Ed J replied 1 week ago

      Wow T8, I said almost the very same ting that you did, before I read this
      he was Christ when he was born – I said at conception
      you say he became Christ at the Jordan – I said same thing

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi t8,
    ‘He was in nature God.’
    God is spirit.
    So we are talking about the Spirit not a man. Bingo!

    • Well the penny has finally dropped, but hasn’t hit the mark yet. Yes he came from above, had the nature of God, became flesh, was made Christ even as far back as the City of David. Is now in the glory he had with the Father before the universe that God created through and for him.

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi t8,
    So to you the Son of God is another god?

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    Spiritual language will be foreign to you if your food is denominational dogmas.

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    What is your understanding of Jas2.26 and Hebrews 4.12?

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    What happened to the spirit of the girl in Lk 8.50-55?

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    Human experience is relevant by comparison to divine revelation?

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    Do you disagree with scripture when it says the spirit returns to God?

    • Did my answer say I disagreed with scripture, or did my answer say that I disagreed with how you interpret the scripture? With all that I have put forth on this forum, you honestly think Nick that I would say that I disagree with a scripture? You KNOW I wouldn’t say that I disagree with scripture, so for you to ask something you know the answer…[Read more]

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    So you say.
    But does scripture?

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi t8,
    Just because God says
    In the beginning was the Word and the Word was with God and was God
    does not give us permission to say there were two Gods but it is God way of explaining the nature of the one Spirit

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi t8,
    You exposed the false trinity but adopted polytheism?

    • No. Did you reject the Trinity only to believe as a rule that Jesus is never the Christ? Because that is what it looks like. Perhaps you can explain or repent?

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi T8,
    REASON is your problem.
    Scripture uses different language to men.
    Following the logic of the greeks led men away from the truth.

    • For today in the City of David a Savior has been born to you, who is Christ the Lord.

      This is English and it meaning is straight forward. Perhaps you could explain where our English translations erred with this verse. Certainly you do not believe this verse in English at least.

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    You have this theory that a certain amount of the Spirit must be given to stop man sinning.
    I do not find it in scripture.

    • 9 No one who is born of God will continue to sin, because God’s seed remains in them; they cannot go on sinning, because they have been born of God.

      Jesus remained without sin, he was born of God. No other man thus far has remained without sin, otherwise they could have been the lamb sacrificed having no spot or blemish. We are told that Jesus w…[Read more]

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    No one who is born of God PRACTICES SIN, because His seed abides in him; and he cannot sin because he is born of God.

    You say it is IMPOSSIBLE to sin but I believe it is more in the way of an exhortation.

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    The brain is part of the amazing dust instrument that is the human body.
    Part of the vessel God designed to hold His Spirit.
    It fails and eventually returns to dust.

    • Nick, what you say about the brain and the spirit is truly empty to me, both in a biblical sense from what is given and also to human experience. You are not explaining anything at all. Can you speak applying the bible to the human experience. What do you know about human experiences? Would you mind telling me about your life, personal and professional?

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    The human spirit gives life to a man, as Eccl 12 shows it is like going daily to the well.
    As it also shows man has only a limited lifespan and the cord will break and the bucket fall to the bottom of the well.
    Man must receive the Spirit of eternal life, the river of life, before he dies so that death loses it’s sting.

    • 7 Then shall the dust return to the earth as it was: and the spirit shall return unto God who gave it.

      spirit, ruwach wind, breath, mind, spirit
      breath
      wind

      This is does not prove AT ALL what you believe. When we die are life IS OVER, there is not a part of us that is immortal. God gave us the breath of life so that we could live, and in…[Read more]

  • NickHassan posted on t8‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @t8 Hi T8,
    So you think Jesus was a god but not our God?
    Was he one of many gods or did he have a place above other gods?
    You believe a god had to die to save men and we can follow this god despite his inbuilt advantages?”
    For us there is ONE GOD and one Lord, Jesus Christ.
    Polytheism is not for us.

    • Nick, there is one God who has always existed. Obviously, what I said is actually scripture that you can checkout for yourself. It also stands to reason that someone had to be first to be with God. What we read is the Word was with God and the universe was made through the Word and all that was made came through the Word. Likewise, we read that…[Read more]

  • NickHassan posted on Jodi‘s wall 1 week, 1 day ago

    @Jodi Hi Jodi,
    Paul was filled with the Spirit.
    Acts 9.17 Acts 13.9
    The bible is replete with many examples of men being filled with the Spirit while they walked the earth.

    • Nick, Paul was filled with the Spirit to a measure that made him an apostle, but he was not FULL of the Spirit to a measure where he was perfected. Yes many men are filled with the Spirit, filled with wisdom, filled with knowledge, with workmanship..etc. Jesus was the only mortal given the full measure that would enable him to remain without sin.

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