Yesterday we looked at the idea that darkness could actually be the word “not” (ou) in the old and new testament.  We discussed that the light always has power over the darkness just as physical

Is God using death and “not” for his eternal good purposes?  Rom 11:32

light makes the darkness flee when the switch is flipped.  Natural is a reflection of the spiritual.

We saw some of the aspects of the “not” in 1 Cor 13 or the famous “love chapter”.  Most see the love verses, but sometimes miss the “not” verses.   Anytime we are told something is “not” or to “not” do something, we are being fed death via the law.  I believe that we all know in our hearts what is right and wrong.

Paul called ministry of “not” (the old testament) the “ministry of death” in 2 Cor 3:7

But if the ministry of death, in letters engraved on stones, came with glory, so that the sons of Israel could not look intently at the face of Moses because of the glory of his face, fading as it was 2 Cor 3:7

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What will heaven be like?

One of the biggest questions a person will have to answer after attending church for a while, is:

“Is everyone included in God’s plan of salvation?”

Most of the established church folks will say “yes, but they need to personally accept it via faith”.  How can we do that when it says that it is the faith of Jesus Christ that saves us and not our own.  Check out Romans 3:26.

in the tolerance of-the God toward in-showing of-the justice of-him in the now season into the to-be him just and one-justifying the-one out of-belief of-Jesus Romans 3:26

The belief that justifies us (forgives our sinful nature) is (OUT) of Jesus.  It’s HIS faith and not ours.

That faith is a gift that does not come out of you.  See Ephesians 2:8

to-the for grace ye-are ones-having-BEEN-saved THRU the belief and this NOT OUT of-you, of-God the oblation (gift)  Ephesians 2:8

It doesn’t matter what your religious beliefs are,  you are included.    As long as you have a dying, natural human body (of Adam).  See 1 Cor 15:22,  on of my all-time favorite verses.

as-even for in the Adam all are-from-dying thus and in the anointed (Christ) all shall-be-being-made-alive 1 Cor 15:22

All that are dying shall be made eternally alive.  Trust it.

Make it a great day.

 

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One of my most favorite verses is Genesis 1:1 because I believe it includes all other verses within it.  Most people read the English translated (by man) version that says something like “in the beginning God created…”

Is that what scripture actually says?  Here are the original words in the original order.

Now, seriously, ask yourself who does the creating (spiritual birthing)?  “He “does, doesn’t he?  Is this the father?  I believe it is.

Who is birthed?

Is it not Elohim?   Is this the Son being “begotten” or spiritually born?

Check out Psalms 2

I will declare the decree: the LORD hath said unto me, Thou [art] my Son; this day have I begotten thee Psalms 2:7

This is reiterated in Hebrews 1:5.

For unto which of the angels said he at any time, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee? And again, I will be to him a Father, and he shall be to me a Son? Heb 1:5

Please  notice it is occurring on THIS day and is ongoing.  The entire old creation is being reborn into the new.   That’s something to celebrate today!

 

Ever wonder what single verse is the “universe”?

Check out Genesis 1:1. It’s an ongoing (never-ending) “in the begin inning”.

Is Genesis 1:1 the “uni-verse”? (single standalone verse)

 

We are and will be constantly be getting a  new heavens (location of spirit and soul) and Earth (location of body).  Please notice the “colon” at the end of the verse.  What is the purpose of a colon?

Doesn’t it separate what comes before from all that comes after?

Would that make Genesis 1:1 the “uni-(single) verse?

 

Have you ever been told that once a person “believes in Jesus” that the Holy Spirit will come and live inside that person?

Doesn’t this cause us to also believe that our own actions are causing God to do something?

Is that the way God works?  Or is it the other way around?

What does scripture say?  Do we cause the Holy Spirit to act or does God?

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Is the translated Bible a "book of magic"?

Is the translated Bible a “book of magic”?

The following verse has fascinated me since I first read it.

Acts19_19The original words say:

Enough YET of-the-ones THE about-acts practicing together-carry THE SCROLLS they-down-burned in-view of-all and they-together-pebble the values of-them and they-found of-silver MYRIADS(10,000) FIVE Acts 19:19 Westminster-Leningrad Codex

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Do you ever wonder what it would look like if we could peek under the veil of the spirit?  Why is their a veil anyway?

Are we his “woman” with our “face” (mind) covered?

The words of Jesus are coming to mind.

At that time Jesus said, “I praise You, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that You have hidden these things from the wise and intelligent and have revealed them to infants Matt 11:25

What in the world is Jesus talking about?

Who are the “wise and intelligent”?  Are they the “crafty”?

Also, who are the “infants”?  Surely, a baby can’t understand ways of God, can it?

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What exactly is "his blood"?

What exactly is “his blood”?

Good afternoon,

The last few days have been in intense scripture study and things about the “blood of him” and “soul of him” and “the flesh” have arisen.  Let’s take a look.

Is the “soul of all flesh” really the “blood of him”?  Leviticus 17:14

Could this also be “his soul” that he “laid down” “for the life of the world” and “on our heads” (Matt 27:25)?

Could this be related to “the woman” of Genesis 3?

Let’s consider these things together, shall we?

Blood of him

Blessings to you today.