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Offline francis drake

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #8 on: June 12, 2018, 11:10:21 PM »

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Hi guys  :D,

Some really interesting debate here.

On a practical note my belief is that the mark is when the devil has completely sealed up your ability to use your imagination (part of the heavenlies) which is in the  frontal lobe / forehead.

To keep your imagination therefore do anything that will stimulate your imagination:
  • Relax (important) and dwell in the word of God.
  • Sounds silly but the logic is there - actually to stimulate frontal lobe use, pepper mint oil and give the benefit of the doubt and draw a cross with the oil.
  • Read imaginative novels such as the Chronicles of Narnia - all ages actually as the metaphors are there.
  • A lot of Christians have a "deep faith" and wont seal up - so deepen your faith and draw near to God as Father through loving others and the reading the Word and get that deep faith.
  • Actually drink or eat high iron foods e.g. Scotland's (the resistance) Iron Bru and if your so fed up you have to drink then have two Guinness lol.


If you find this helpful or prudent then please ask and I will post more.

Bless ya!
Not too sure about Irn Bru, but am quite willing to drink Guinness if it keeps the Mark of the Beast away.Lol
Any idea whether my homebrewed beer will do the trick, or maybe the 65 kg of apples I pressed into strong 6% cider last year?
Disturb us Lord, when we are too pleased with ourselves. When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little. When we arrived safely because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us Lord, to dare more boldly. To venture on wider seas. Where storms will show your mastery; Where, losing sight of land, we shall find the stars. We ask you to push back the horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future, in strength, courage, hope and love.                     (SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 1577)

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Offline Collin

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #9 on: June 13, 2018, 03:04:00 AM »
    Well, to just confirm what I was Saying. John 6 and verse66, you see where all the disciples would leave Jesus except the original 12 and they would no longer follow Jesus because they said the words hew was using were to hard for them to understand. They couldn't take it when Jesus said for them to eat his flesh. Now they all knew he never meant for them to cook him and eat him. He said you must eat my flesh and drink my blood to have life. This is too hard a saying they said. Its still the same and has been from the very first twelve and after that you can see in revelations the 4 horseman and the beast take over. Even these still use Jesus as the one they believe in but don't know where it all fell apart and death rains right up till now. People go to Jesus and believe they have life but fall dead at his feet and you can see that too in revelations. David said men without understanding were as beast. Look in psalms and you can find it.
   Jesus is right their but he is the word of God but his word are Spirit and to get these words the bible tells you what things are likened unto in the psalms , the prophets  and in the word in general. If I don't tell you you don't know what to look for and this is how its all done. Iv'e been trying to teach you all and it was the Lord that commanded me to do it. Its his words. You have to understand. When you except these things the mark is removed ans then you become a real disciple of Jesus and it gets you to the cross with him where you lay down you sins.
     Its not theology, its Christianity.

Offline Collin

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #10 on: June 13, 2018, 03:13:03 AM »
    Well, to just confirm what I was Saying. John 6 and verse66, you see where all the disciples would leave Jesus except the original 12 and they would no longer follow Jesus because they said the words hew was using were to hard for them to understand. They couldn't take it when Jesus said for them to eat his flesh. Now they all knew he never meant for them to cook him and eat him. He said you must eat my flesh and drink my blood to have life. This is too hard a saying they said. Its still the same and has been from the very first twelve and after that you can see in revelations the 4 horseman and the beast take over. Even these still use Jesus as the one they believe in but don't know where it all fell apart and death rains right up till now. People go to Jesus and believe they have life but fall dead at his feet and you can see that too in revelations. David said men without understanding were as beast. Look in psalms and you can find it.
   Jesus is right their but he is the word of God but his word are Spirit and to get these words the bible tells you what things are likened unto in the psalms , the prophets  and in the word in general. If I don't tell you you don't know what to look for and this is how its all done. Iv'e been trying to teach you all and it was the Lord that commanded me to do it. Its his words. You have to understand. When you except these things the mark is removed ans then you become a real disciple of Jesus and it gets you to the cross with him where you lay down you sins.
     Its not theology, its Christianity.

   Yes and also, did no one hear the Lord wrote the end from the beginning. And I'm also sure, even though the word may not have been numbered as now but they all knew what designated the word as chapters and verses where still countable.

Offline francis drake

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #11 on: June 13, 2018, 02:28:09 PM »
   Yes and also, did no one hear the Lord wrote the end from the beginning. And I'm also sure, even though the word may not have been numbered as now but they all knew what designated the word as chapters and verses where still countable.

The "God breathed" scriptures have no chapter and verse numbers, so the constant mentioning of them in your posts makes a mockery of your theology/Christianity.

I suggest you seek more relevant verses to prove what you keep trying to say.
Disturb us Lord, when we are too pleased with ourselves. When our dreams have come true because we dreamed too little. When we arrived safely because we sailed too close to the shore. Disturb us Lord, to dare more boldly. To venture on wider seas. Where storms will show your mastery; Where, losing sight of land, we shall find the stars. We ask you to push back the horizons of our hopes; And to push into the future, in strength, courage, hope and love.                     (SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 1577)

Offline Collin

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #12 on: June 13, 2018, 09:24:11 PM »
The "God breathed" scriptures have no chapter and verse numbers, so the constant mentioning of them in your posts makes a mockery of your theology/Christianity.

I suggest you seek more relevant verses to prove what you keep trying to say.

       I guess its too much to expect you to look for yourself. Psalms 73 verse 22. So foolish was I , and ignorant, I was as the beast. Jesus spoke of those looked upon as foolish too. Jesus asked his 12, shall you leave me too and they said, where shall we go for we know it is you that have the words to the kingdom so those that left him were then ignorant of the words of his and considered beast. Like they did in John 6, up to verse 66.
   These things I say are Spirit and they are as I've been taught. Are they too hard and if you leave them as most people do, are you then not as a beast and then marked as such on you spiritual hand and you head is then you for head as you have left it. This is what John chapter 6 is about. Do I have to write them out word for word. Come on!

Offline John

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #13 on: June 14, 2018, 03:15:19 PM »
Colin,
            "Iv'e been trying to teach you all and it was the Lord that commanded me to do it. Its his words. You have to understand. When you except these things the mark is removed ans then you become a real disciple of Jesus and it gets you to the cross with him where you lay down you sins.
     Its not theology, its Christianity."

What you appear top be saying is that only those who follow your teaching are Christian and that everyone else who is trusting to what the bible teaches, that we are saved by faith in Jesus's death and resurrection, are not Christian.

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Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #14 on: June 15, 2018, 09:38:18 PM »
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Not too sure about Irn Bru, but am quite willing to drink Guinness if it keeps the Mark of the Beast away.Lol
Any idea whether my homebrewed beer will do the trick, or maybe the 65 kg of apples I pressed into strong 6% cider last year?

Yes Bruv! LOL

I like reading between the lines in the Word - thinking about getting a Hebrew bible as I think a lot gets cyphined out (pun not intended lol) in other translations.


Always though: perfect love casts out fear and 1 Corinthians 13 - love is the greatest thing.
It is because God is love and love is God.

Actually just say that you are home alone and getting demonic attacks then prayer for someone in a really loving way, imagine helping them and ask Abba Father to take them in His arms and bless their socks off - fear gets cast away like water of a duck's back and you then feel pukka.



Oh another thing - if you have been near a witch or occultist then use you hand and imagine sprinkling the blood of Jesus on you, say "the blood of Jesus" when you do it.

Offline Collin

Re: The mark of the beast
« Reply #15 on: June 16, 2018, 03:45:09 AM »
Colin,
            "Iv'e been trying to teach you all and it was the Lord that commanded me to do it. Its his words. You have to understand. When you except these things the mark is removed ans then you become a real disciple of Jesus and it gets you to the cross with him where you lay down you sins.
     Its not theology, its Christianity."

What you appear top be saying is that only those who follow your teaching are Christian and that everyone else who is trusting to what the bible teaches, that we are saved by faith in Jesus's death and resurrection, are not Christian.
       You even say it yourself and know not what you are saying. You say we are saved by faith in the death and resurrection of Jesus. Jesus is the Love God gave us. He is the truth, the light and the life. He is the word and he is presented to us in a dead image and to bring the word to You people Spiritually is to show the resurrection of the word, The word is life and death but you take it literally so death is the image you receive. I show the word alive and in that you must have faith. That is the resurrection.

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