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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Yeah, time to trust in the blood of Jesus Christ instead of your own righteousness to be saved. None of us are good, no not one. God is Holy and we are not. Get born again and you'll be raptured before the antichrist rules for 7 years and implements the mark at the midpoint of his reign.

No Q-plan will stop what's coming. Might offer a delay, a taste of justice before Jesus comes and claims the world as His own, but ultimately "nothing can stop what is coming" in all of Bible prophesy - including the imminent rapture of true believers in the blood, the turning over of the planet to Satan for 7 years for the worst time in human history, and God's wrath being poured onto everyone on Earth. Get saved, get saved, get saved.

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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're only thinking about decades at a time. What about centuries, millenia, more than that? Put down the news and pick up a Bible and get saved and you'll find real peace.

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PowTimesTwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's...quite a leap. Never realized converting was so easy. I agree he wasn't original, as clearly there are others who believe they can know God without a Bible, but I disagree that he was smart. Paul, inspired by God's Holy Spirit, wrote "The wisdom of man is foolishness to God".

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PowTimesTwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

That's literally what caused Lucifer to fall from heaven, and it's the same sales pitch he made to Eve. They each wanted to be like God. You're saying salvation is to take Satan's offer.

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PowTimesTwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Adam had God's words, Noah had God's words, Abraham had God's words, Isaac had God's words, Jacob had God's words, even off in the Eastern world Job had God's words, Moses had God's words, and wrote them down so we all have God's words.

Some will never hear God's words but they still sin against their God-given consciences and the Bible says a conscience is enough to be held accountable. In the New Testament, God promises if someone has a heart to repent He'll bring the gospel to them.

However, the only 8 people who listened to God's words of likely billions escaped the flood, if that's any indication of how "Godly minded" people are. Bible is as available as porn today, we all know which people are more interested in.

So...No, dude, you need to know the book first and foremost before you can understand the big picture of the Author.

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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

You have a mind, body, and spirit. So does God, Father(mind), Jesus(body), and Holy Spirit(spirit). You were created after a trinity.

In the Old Testament a person's physical life was tied to their soul. Physical death was the same as a soul being cut off. In the New Testament, a born again Christian's soul becomes cut off from their body. The soul "divorces" the mortal body and becomes "married" to the body of Christ. Romans 7 describes that since the original husband, the mortal body, is dead, the soul is free to remarry the new risen body of Christ into life. Unsaved people, attached to their dead body, follow it into the grave which is why they "die in their sins". God throws all sins into Hell, and people still attached to their sins go to Hell with them.

So yes, not only is God in multiple places at once, but Christians are too.

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PowTimesTwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

All sinners know they sin because God gave us each a conscience. Con = with, science = knowledge. The problem is no sinner can stop sinning on their own.

Don't worry about changing yourself drastically or anything. We're to rest in Jesus's finished work. Jesus said to come to Him if you're heavy-laden and weary, and that his yoke is easy and burden light. It's so much easier and you'll have peace. I hope you find it!

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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

You're doing your last sentence. The Bible is supernatural and from outside of our time domain. It's impossible for men to have created it. Most people don't like the Bible because they love drinking, porn, and being their own gods in their minds for a few decades until, despite their intellect, they die like everyone else.

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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

Stop striving to be. You'll never make it. God promises you'll never impress him or be righteous enough. The Bible compares our righteousness as dirty rags, a menstrual cloth. It disgusts God.

You can't trust in a baptism, you can't trust in your ability to stop sinning, you can't make yourself "clean" to approach Him, none of that. Trust completely in the blood and that God raised His Son from the dead, defeating death, and nothing else.

You'll get born again, God's Holy Spirit will live inside of you, and His Spirit being in you will cause your mind and life to become more like him. He did the work to justify us 2000 years ago, but he does the work to clean up our lives AFTER we trust fully in the blood via the Holy Spirit.

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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

The Bible says God preserves His Words(Not his thoughts, principles, etc. but his Words) and that His Words exceed his name in glory.

The Textus Receptus is the lineage of documents that resulted in the KJV and comprise of 98% of historical texts. All other modern translations descend from Alexandrian texts, primarily those literally found in a trashcan in a Catholic Church, and were mostly refined in modern times by Wescott and Hortt, two admittedly unsaved, unbelieving men without the Holy Spirit who changed God's words to align with their own understanding of what the Bible said.

Modern neo-evangelicals would rather change God's words to suit themselves than change themselves to suit God's words, so you get 200+ "modern Bibles". Of course, all these "Bibles" will be out of date someday while God's true words will still be up-to-date in a million years.

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PowTimesTwo 0 points ago +1 / -1

The Bible says God preserves His Words and that His Word exceeds even His name in glory. The only way we have to know who God is is through his Words. Everything else is of this world or from our own minds and hearts, but the Bible says our hearts are deceitful and wicked and our minds are vain. "Knowing God" without the Bible is deluding yourself.

Self proclaimed "Christianity" as a whole today isn't born again and worship self created "Jesuses" and idols, so don't worry about what they're doing. Trust in the blood, get saved, and you'll only have to tolerate it for a few decades here. Otherwise you're stuck with them for an eternity in Hell.

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PowTimesTwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Adam - Man

Seth - (is) appointed (Eve said "God has appointed me a son...")

Enosh - mortal

Kenan - sorrow

Mahalalel - The blessed God

Jerod - shall come down

Enoch - Teaching

Methuselah - His death shall bring (Year he died the flood began)

Lamech - (the) despair(ing)

Noah - comfort/rest

If you're interested in prophecy, consider that the Christian gospel has been in a Jewish genealogy since Moses wrote it in roughly 1500 BC. Given that Noah is the last common ancestor we all have, that means we all have the gospel in our genealogy. Kind of cool and couldn't have been forged as the Jews themselves killed the Messiah, and even Jesus's followers didn't understand what happened immediately afterward.

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PowTimesTwo 3 points ago +4 / -1

If you're trusting in your own works like prayers, wearing crosses, etc. then you're going to Hell. Nothing we do can impress God or fix our sin problem.

The only righteousness good enough to pass His perfect judgment is His own, which He gave to us through the blood of Jesus Christ. Gotta trust in the blood and nothing else. We're to rest in His finished work. His last words on the cross were "It is finished!", meaning the work is complete. We can't add to it. We're evil, we can't do good in God's eyes. Read Romans 3 if you don't believe it - I thought I was a good person until Romans 3 told me God doesn't think any person is good. But trusting in the blood of Jesus alone gives so much more peace than stepping into eternity hoping you did good enough...

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PowTimesTwo 7 points ago +7 / -0

What about the red text where Jesus says he's the same as the God from the Old Testament?

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PowTimesTwo 4 points ago +4 / -0

KJV is God's word to English speaking people. No coincidence he preserved it in English for a time when the whole world would be rushing to speak it.

The idea that his Word was lost over time is just stupid. If God can speak the world into existence and loves it enough to give his only Son as a ransom for the world's sins, how would he allow his Word to be lost? Why give your Son to then allow your ultimate gift to be hidden?

Satan caused Eve to sin by twisting God's words, and today Bible "scholars" sit around twisting God's words saying the same thing, "Hath God truly said...?". The only time Jesus rejoiced in the Bible was when God was making fools of the religious elite.

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PowTimesTwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Do you understand what you're saying? Antichrist means in place of Christ. Q being Christ, in place of Jesus, would literally make Q the antichrist.

The antichrist will unite humanity in Revelation(Not "RevelationS"...) through peace as a rider on a white horse. It sounds like you're framing Q as the antichrist but believe it's Christ, as the whole world will think when the antichrist comes on the scene.

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PowTimesTwo 3 points ago +3 / -0

Haha that got me too. DNA, the balance of the 4 subatomic forces, magnetic field balancing, the infrastructure of a "simple" human cell, etc. all requires far more programming and complexity than anything we could ever think to understand.

Just look at CRISPR, mRNA vaccines, etc. to see what happens when we think we can mess with God's "code".

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PowTimesTwo 4 points ago +5 / -1

I liked all the rhetorical questions that are easily answered with a Bible. Makes sense though as a Bible undermines the whole post. It was like a bad fanfiction of a made-up Q-Christ.

But yeah, the idea that the God who speaks the universe into existence needs to "learn to code" to reach out to sinners got me.

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PowTimesTwo 2 points ago +2 / -0

The book is called Revelation, singular. It defines itself right from the start as THE Revelation of Jesus Christ.

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PowTimesTwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

Adolf Hitler was involved in a lot of Satanism and witchcraft, and credited the supernatural launch of his political career to a mandrake ritual in his hometown. He even brought the seat of Satan to Berlin. Obviously God knew it wasn't time for the tribulation, antichrist kingdom, and 2nd advent quite yet, but Satan not knowing always needs an antichrist prepared, and I believe Hitler was his man at the time.

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PowTimesTwo 8 points ago +8 / -0

The Nazis killed 11 million, largely behind closed doors. We've killed over 60 million unborn out in the open, and even celebrate it. Germany's evil spread around the world physically in the form of war, but our evil has spread around the world spiritually through corrupt values, practices, media, etc.

Reading Romans 1 I fear we are living through a progression of God's judgment as a nation, but pray that we'll still be given space to repent of what we've done and turn back to Him. He gave Israel so many chances in the OT and sometimes they did turn and received mercy, so I'm holding out hope.

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PowTimesTwo 4 points ago +4 / -0

He was an idiot as Obamas VP as well, but they quit letting him talk very early on because he kept saying stupid stuff. Biggest change js just his mouth being open.

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PowTimesTwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

I came and looked for any doctrine and/or the gospel since it's your hub for believers, expecting to find it, and did not see either doctrine or the gospel on your Discord. It's not Biblical Christian fellowship. I wanted to check before making comments as I was hoping my inclinations were incorrect.

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PowTimesTwo 1 point ago +1 / -0

It's not about me, it's about being consistent with the Bible. The Bible says there's nothing more deceitful than a man's heart, so the last thing I'm going to go off of is my heart. Jesus did not "bring everyone together", but he came to divide even families, by His own Words! The Biblical basis for fellowship is doctrine and obedience to the Word, but you don't define any doctrine.

What you're saying sounds positive, but it's either not based on the Bible, or things you say flat out disagree with it.

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