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#1 Mr WordPress on 02.13.09 at 4:41 pm

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#2 James Radcliffe on 02.17.09 at 1:03 pm


This is a great resource. Thanks

#3 Ed Siceloff on 04.04.09 at 10:05 am

Sort of in reaction to what I’ve read thus far and not just about the hyenas.
The One who claim to be “I am” in the Scriptures. He gave us a name, translated that way, for us to relate to Him (all pronouns refer to Him and not Her). I’m about sick to death of all the fighting over it. His Son, Yahshuah, Yeshuah, Yahoshuah, Jesus, Iesus, whatever, tells us in Matthew, and elsewise, to not hold the grudges, sins, etc., in our hearts against others, and to forgive others. And we are guilty of doing the same things as others, that we judge.
We are to love our neighbors, but also to love our enemies–as ourselves. That does not take away all of the rest of law. That does not say that I have to have feelings of affection for the enemy that rapes my wife, and that I shouldn’t shoot him. None of that is the point, we are to be a body, a nation, that He uses against the “Gates of Hades.”
I will join with anyone, of any religion, if their interest is to love their neighbor, or even to do their neighbor no harm through their own actions. That means a battle to fight the kingdoms of the world that do not do that. And that includes the present “STATES” representative of Great Britain and the United States.
Most people using the Scriptures today are in a party. They are sitting on their asses in fear wishing to get other people to join them, but they can’t get other people to join them because they are so protective of what they view as their own righteousness (trick of which is that they don’t have any of their own).
All dead men fearing death.


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