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.

 

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?

 

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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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.

 

If I were God, was all-powerful, and I truly loved all people and wanted them to be with me forever, how would I cause this to occur?

What if I made a person’s imperfection or what the Bible calls “sin” their “free ticket” to receive my OWN perfect righteousness and thus be with me forever?  Do you think they would be thankful when they found out about this free eternally good gift?

If I were God, would I have the power to do this?  Wouldn’t this be a “foolproof” plan?

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Ever feel divided between "good" and "bad"?

Ever feel divided between a “good me” and “bad me”?

Do you ever feel like you have a “good” me and a “bad” me?

Like you have two separate and opposing people together as one.  You know, two opposing “me’s” or spiritual bodies that make up one “I”.

This is something I struggle with as my “two me’s” are more apparent than most. Two days “up”, the next down. Two down and three “up”. Then, down again. Boy, it can make a person wonder if they are two separate people at times.

Maybe it isn’t full days, but more like experiences. One “good”, one “bad”. Either way it is like the old idea of having a “good angel” on one shoulder and “the devil” on the other.

So, if this happens to you, please know you are not alone.

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Today, I find myself back in Genesis 2 and 3 reviewing the “garden scene”.  I see so many amazing things edenoccurring there that I hope will be “eye opening” to you.

These are things that I suspect you haven’t heard but I believe are very good.  I pray it will give you a WHOLE new inspiring view of what is often called “the fall of man” and a whole new outlook on mankind and even yourself.  I know it has dramatically changed my view of who I am.

Before we do this, let’s ask the following question.

What are the parts of a man?  What is a human made of?Continue reading

These are things that took me by surprise when I first noticed them. Have you noticed?

Is God our "minds eye"?

Is God our “minds eye” who allows us to truly “see” spiritual truth?

Genesis

Have you noticed that “darkness” already existed in the second verse of the entire bible?

The word is “choshek” and here is the Strong’s entry for it.

H2822 choshek kho-shek’
from H2821; the dark; hence (literally) darkness; figuratively, misery, destruction, death, ignorance, sorrow, wickedness.
KJV: dark(-ness), night, obscurity.

Have you noticed that in Isaiah 45:7 that the Lord tells us he is the one who created the darkness? Do you ever wonder when it was created?

Have you noticed that in Genesis 2:10 it says a river flowed out of Eden to water the Garden. How could this garden be in Eden?Continue reading

Are you being un-shackled or “re-shackled” on Sunday?

Who is the Master?

Are you be RE-shackled on Sunday?

Do you ever find yourself committing to “praying more” or “praying harder” or “reading more scripture” or “attending church (more)” or “volunteering more” in order to improve your own righteousness or your standing in God’s eyes because of a message or sermon you heard?

Or, are you simply trusting in the Lord to do perform your FULL sanctification and purification?

None of the above things are bad, but we need to examine the motives of our hearts.  So many of us do not take the time to stop and get quiet and ask the Lord why we are doing these things.  I pray that you would take the time yourself and look into his original words of scripture on the subject.

Sadly, we are taught in Churches every Sunday that “God is not happy with you” because of “x” behavior or “x” sin.  They won’t tell you directly, but our heart hears the message and the fear of the message causes us to act on our “lack”.  We feel we must DO something about that sin that is NOW more than ever eating us up inside.  So, we regroup and “start over”.  We try harder and the cycle repeats until you crash again.Continue reading