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    NO MAN KNOWS IF JESUS WILL COME IN THEIR DAY

    Posted On: 03/11/09 09:14:39 AM Age 65, OH

    When Jesus told the disciples, "Beware of the yeast of the pharisees", He was not really speaking of yeast was He. In fact the disciples thought Jesus was speaking of bread and Jesus told them, "How is it you don't understand that I was not talking to you about bread? But be on your guard against the yeast of the Pharisees and Sadducees." - Not much has changed today. The mark of the beast does not have to be a natural mark. The scriptures tell us in Matthew 13:34 "Jesus spoke all these things to the crowd in parables; he did not say anything to them without using a parable." Mere men today desire to put The Lord Jesus in handcuffs and say that he has to do this or he can not do that, because of their puny way that they reason. The Bible is full of prophecies that told when Jesus would come to this earth to die on the cross. But what mere man knew of his coming then and the fact that he would die on the cross. This mere fact should humble any man, but most are still not humbled by it. Prophecy is easy to understand AFTER it comes true, but almost no one understands prophecy BEFORE it comes true. Jesus is sovereign and can do as he pleases any day of the week. He is not constrained by the understanding of any man who claims to understand his ways. Do we not believe The Holy Scriptures when they say, 33Oh, the depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable his judgments, and his paths beyond tracing out! 34"Who has known the mind of the Lord? Or who has been his counselor?" - We can say, it seems that the time of His coming seems to be close, but Jesus said, Matthew 25:13 "Therefore keep watch, because you do not know the day or the hour". So no man knows if Jesus will come in that mans DAY. We have been told to keep watch and we have not done well following that command BECAUSE so many are focusing on THE WHEN of His coming. But Jesus has told us that is not our business, our command is to keep watch. Are we ALL not blind, lame, and deaf. How come so many are claiming that they can see. Lord I am blind, please heal my blindness and help me keep watch. Lou Newton
    - See more at: http://www.worldviewweekend.com/worl....aPboGjHv.dpuf

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    No man knows the time that Jesus will return

    NO MAN KNOWS THE TIME

    Posted On: 03/11/09 09:48:56 AM Age 65, OH

    Dear friend, David, you title your article, "JESUS IS RETURNING IN OUR TIME" but isn't that just another way of saying, "Jesus is returning in our DAY". I would question your whole premise of this article, for Jesus said NO MAN WOULD KNOW THE DAY. Could you not also translate that to be, "no man will know the time or even period of time". Jesus never told us that we should be trying to know the future, is not that witchcraft. Jesus told us to keep watch for we do not know when He will come. Lou Newton
    - See more at: http://www.worldviewweekend.com/worl....aPboGjHv.dpuf

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    • #3
      Mark of the Beast

      Mark of the Beast

      Posted On: 03/11/09 09:36:05 AM Age 62, MO

      The false prophet will "cause all, both small and great, rich and poor, free and bond, to receive a mark in their right hand, or in their foreheads." This is the "Mark of the Beast." But it is not a physical brand, computer chip implant, or social security or national ID number. It is the number of a man. Six is the number that figuratively stands for Adam man (God made man on the sixth day). Three sixes just affirms the condition of man who is not in Christ. The Mark of the Beast is a spiritual mark of ownership. Those who have this mark are those who have given servitude to Satan in their works (right hand) and in their motivation (mind or forehead). The Scripture says that man will not be able to buy or sell unless he receives the "mark." In this particular Scripture, buying and selling is meant to be a spiritual issue. Buying and selling is the antithesis of God's way. With God there is only unconditional surrender. There is no bargaining at the foot of the Cross. There is only a recognition of total helplessness and unconditional surrender. George Cancilla
      - See more at: http://www.worldviewweekend.com/worl....aPboGjHv.dpuf

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      • #4
        God is concerned with the heart not the body

        GOD IS CONCERNED WITH THE HEART NOT THE BODY

        Posted On: 03/24/09 06:12:22 PM Age 65, OH

        Jimmy, you speak as you think that a literal interpretation is superior and anyone who takes the scriptures as parables has a lack of faith. Did Jesus have lack of faith when He spoke in parables. Do you think Jesus was speaking of bread when He said, "beware the yeast of the pharisees". Do you think that Peter is the rock that the church is built on. Does the man in Rome who calls himself the pope really have the "keys of the kingdom" as he claims. When Jesus spoke through Daniel of a rock not cut out by humans hands that strikes the statue on the feet of iron and clay, do you think there really will be a statue that has feet of iron and clay and it will be destroyed by a large rock. - A physical mark on the hand or on the forehead can NOT keep someone out of the kingdom of God. For a physical mark can not keep someone from humbling them self before The Lord Jesus and seeking His forgiveness for their sins. Are you actually saying that if someone gets a physical mark on their body then there is no hope of being saved. It is never the physical that God is most concerned with. It is ALWAYS a matter of the heart of a man that God is concerned with. Don't you agree. - Lou Newton
        - See more at: http://www.worldviewweekend.com/worl....aPboGjHv.dpuf

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        • #5
          Brother Lou,

          I'm curious to see what stimulated that round of conversation. Was this reader feedback in response to an article? If so, I can't find any link back to an article on that page.

          Baruch

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Baruch View Post
            Brother Lou,

            I'm curious to see what stimulated that round of conversation. Was this reader feedback in response to an article? If so, I can't find any link back to an article on that page.

            Baruch
            Thanks for the reply Baruch.

            If I remember correctly the article titled "Jesus is returning in our time" was written by David R. Reagan. You can google it and read it, I think. - http://www.lamblion.us/2009/03/jesus...-our-time.html

            I was surprised to see my replies still there, but no article. Also there were pages of feedback on the article and they were all gone except a few. My feedback was still there. This surprises me because I disagreed with most of the articles they posted on this site. Most of the authors did not seem to like me and tried to ignore me, but my replies got a lot of readers that followed them. The Lord Jesus is sovereign.

            Lou

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
              Thanks for the reply Baruch.

              If I remember correctly the article titled "Jesus is returning in our time" was written by David R. Reagan. You can google it and read it, I think. - http://www.lamblion.us/2009/03/jesus...-our-time.html

              I was surprised to see my replies still there, but no article. Also there were pages of feedback on the article and they were all gone except a few. My feedback was still there. This surprises me because I disagreed with most of the articles they posted on this site. Most of the authors did not seem to like me and tried to ignore me, but my replies got a lot of readers that followed them. The Lord Jesus is sovereign.

              Lou
              Thanks for sharing these old articles and your rebuttals, Lou. I'm very interested in reading and prayerfully considering anything you have written on other forums and websites. I believe the Book of Revelation may be the most misunderstood book in the Bible. Eschatology may be one of the most maligned topics in scripture. A subject that has been completely mishandled and subverted by the doctrines and teachings of so called Bible scholars, theologians, seminaries, authors, and watchmen.

              Peace,

              Blane

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Blane View Post
                Thanks for sharing these old articles and your rebuttals, Lou. I'm very interested in reading and prayerfully considering anything you have written on other forums and websites. I believe the Book of Revelation may be the most misunderstood book in the Bible. Eschatology may be one of the most maligned topics in scripture. A subject that has been completely mishandled and subverted by the doctrines and teachings of so called Bible scholars, theologians, seminaries, authors, and watchmen.

                Peace,

                Blane
                Thanks for the reply Blane.

                Any error that we accept as truth will cause us to interpret other scriptures wrong.

                Conversely, any truth that we see, will open up others scriptures truthfully to us. Or at least we will see that our present interpretation is wrong and seek another one.

                I like to read them again myself to see if they are still true years after I wrote them. Truth is NOT perishable. It does not change with time.

                If one would go back and read the articles written by some watchmen and others, they are simply ridiculous and obviously did not become true, or are now obviously in error. Though we love and care for some of these men, it has become obvious that they are in serious error.

                One sure sign, that a prophet is not a true prophet, is when they take prophesies ,that they wrote or spoke, down from their site.

                The false prophesies that were spoken by Jeremiah's opposition are in the Bible for all to read. Even though these false prophets tried to bury their lies, God preserved them for all to read.

                God preserved the true prophecies of Jeremiah even though his opposition tried to destroy them.

                Lou
                Last edited by Lou Newton; October 19, 2014, 10:27 AM.

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