Nick, you were the one who came here judging everyone. Now you ask questions and throw fiery darts at people from here, so we give you an answer because it might help you. And a discussion here on your wall is not disrupting the topics where serious issues are discussed. So this seems to be working out well. But seriously Nick, life is too short.…[Read more]
“Yes”/”no” questions are designed to clarify your opinions to all.
That way we can compare what you believe to what Scripture says.
That should not be a problem if you want your truth to be understood.
“is it just your own idea ?” – Nick
Actually it was my idea, the consequences idea was T8’s
I just wanted a thread to reference, to document a previously refuted claim.
That was everyone would easily be able to see “the idea” was already refuted many times before
When I ask yes no questions you never answer. This is fruit that people can see for themselves. And if they are aware of the teachings of Jesus Christ, they will know something is not right when a person cannot answer in such an honest manner.
ALL judgement is given to the son and he said this:
“All you need to say is simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No…[Read more]
Ask Jesus because it was him who taught the people this:
Now when Jesus saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, and he began to teach them.
All you need to say is simply ‘Yes’ or ‘No’; anything beyond this comes from the evil one.
God sent them. They did not come directly from the Father though. They were also not conceived by the Father. As far as I know, they did not empty themselves and come in the likeness of men. They are not the only begotten of the Father.
Honest people can answer yes or no to reasonable yes no questions. Dishonest people do not like these types of questions and often give long-winded politician answers instead. In a court of law, they ask yes no questions to avoid diversions and the like. Some people here on Heaven Net including yourself seem incapable of answering yes and no too.…[Read more]
@t8 Hi t8,
He is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of all creation.
For whom He preknew, He also predestined to become conformed to the image of His Son,
that he might be the firstborn among many brethren.
2 Cor 3.18
But we all with unveiled face beholding as in a mirror the glory of the Lord,
are being transformed…[Read more]
Will you ever grasp that Jesus was and is the Christ? He was born the Christ and is still the Christ. You say he was an ordinary man who received the Holy Spirit. But that perfectly describes many others, but they are not the Christ. So why only Jesus Christ is the Christ according to your understanding? It seems there’s a big hole in your t…[Read more]
@t8 Hi T8,
You ask why Gene is not the Christ?
There are other Christs in scripture, false Christs,- Mt 24.5, 24
But the question seems to show lack of respect for God and His ways.
The unique anointing of the Christ or Messiah cannot be understood by you.
Neither can the opportunity all men have of sharing in his anointing by joining his…[Read more]
It seems you do not understand the question because it is your belief too that leads to that question. Because you say he became the Christ when he received the Holy Spirit at the Jordan. So what about others then that receive the same Spirit? The point being, there is more to him being the Christ than you teach. This is the point I have been…[Read more]
@t8 Hi T8,
Either you are in Christ or you are not.
If you do not have the Spirit of Christ you are none of his.
If you are anointed and serve the the anointed one your future is secure.
But if you wish to be your own lord and are not led by the Spirit you are not a son of God.
Get off your head trip and seek the Spirit.
This has not been addressed by you guys.
Obviously I would say we are not the Christ, but we are the sons of God. We are part of the body of Christ, but I am not t8 the Christ or whatever.
Why was Jesus the Christ if others are not and receive the same anointing? It’s a question for you.
But scripture says that he was the Christ in the City of David, and you say he wasn’t the Christ.
Can you deny that your rule is Jesus in scripture is the man without the Spirit. Jesus Christ is the man and the Spirit, thus Jesus Christ.
So Jesus is not the Christ, but Jesus Christ is the Christ. That is what you teach. You have never addressed…[Read more]
Your teaching is Jesus is a man without the Holy Spirit.
Upon baptism, he received this Spirit and became the Christ, so only at that point onward is he Jesus the Christ.
Thus, Jesus is but a man without the Spirit, so he is never the messiah.
For example, Jesus was born in the City of David and he was not the messiah.