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Offline Collin

Buried and resurrected
« on: June 18, 2018, 05:54:45 PM »

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  To understand what I want to show you , it would be better for you to refresh and read Luke 23, from 50 where he is buried and then all chapter 24. You see where the three go to the tomb to prepare Jesus' body with spices and purfumes. When they get there they see the two angels and they say to the women. Why seek yee the living among the dead. This is for us and it is for now at this time. You see the box and the two angels and this shows the ark of the covenant but that's another train. Here Jesus is no longer buried and dead. The word itself is life and death according to how you perceive and as the letter it is dead so look at it in the Spiritual way. Now, on the road to Emmaus ,Jesus himself appeared to two of them but they did not recognize him. This happens a lot and their eyes are prevented for seeing who he is, and this is because of the perception of the scriptures.The dead do not see the living and again it is for us there too. Oh foolish men, slow of heart to believe. That's why people can't recognize him. You see, those things happening to them are the things happening to all of us now who are their at that scripture.The place is seven miles away and that stand for the seven senses of the Spiritual man or say the sins of men are upon us seven fold. There are many seven that the seven miles away stand for like the seven loaves that have to be broken to understand and broken by the Lord. It even says in verse 34 and 35 the then recognized him after the breaking of the bread. The word is the bread, your daily bread.

  The thing is , it is us on that road and all the scriptures are that way to us.
      The resurrection is the resurrection of the word after it had been handed over to the Romans who became the Roman Catholic Church but not to percicute, it all had to happen. Everything written happened  then and then over a long period of time. 1000 years per day, and then again to all who are becoming Christians. Its all alive and we are alive in the word and part of the resurrection. W#hen we bring the word to life, it is really Jesus doing it but we do have our part in it and as we are alive in the word we rise with it. The dead rise in Christ.



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Offline John

Re: Buried and resurrected
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2018, 07:24:37 AM »
Colin,
         you wrote."You see the box "  what box, Jesus's body was wraped in a cloth and laid in a stone tomb.
"this shows the ark of the covenant " how and what is the relevance of a symbol of Gods prescence when the passage is talking about the real actual body of the Son of God?
again you wrote:-
"The place is seven miles away and that stand for the seven senses of the Spiritual man or say the sins of men are upon us seven fold. There are many seven that the seven miles away stand for like the seven loaves that have to be broken to understand and broken by the Lord"

Do you have any biblical justifcation for this interpretation. /historical facts don't automaticaly have a superspiritual meaning, often they are just facts. They traveled a Sabaths days journey to where they lived.

"The resurrection is the resurrection of the word after it had been handed over to the Romans who became the Roman Catholic Church "

nonsence, it might surprise you but God hasn't indicated that a church organisation is his anointed selected church. Instead he wants us as individuals to join together to serve him. How we organise to do that is up to us. So to say that the 'word' or bible has been handed to any organisation is again nonsense.

this I do agree with:-
"Its all alive and we are alive in the word and part of the resurrection. W#hen we bring the word to life, it is really Jesus doing it but we do have our part in it and as we are alive in the word we rise with it."

If you are talking about being alive by faith in Jesus.

Offline Collin

Re: Buried and resurrected
« Reply #2 on: June 26, 2018, 04:20:58 AM »
Colin,
         you wrote."You see the box "  what box, Jesus's body was wraped in a cloth and laid in a stone tomb.
"this shows the ark of the covenant " how and what is the relevance of a symbol of Gods prescence when the passage is talking about the real actual body of the Son of God?
again you wrote:-
"The place is seven miles away and that stand for the seven senses of the Spiritual man or say the sins of men are upon us seven fold. There are many seven that the seven miles away stand for like the seven loaves that have to be broken to understand and broken by the Lord"

Do you have any biblical justifcation for this interpretation. /historical facts don't automaticaly have a superspiritual meaning, often they are just facts. They traveled a Sabaths days journey to where they lived.

"The resurrection is the resurrection of the word after it had been handed over to the Romans who became the Roman Catholic Church "

nonsence, it might surprise you but God hasn't indicated that a church organisation is his anointed selected church. Instead he wants us as individuals to join together to serve him. How we organise to do that is up to us. So to say that the 'word' or bible has been handed to any organisation is again nonsense.

this I do agree with:-
"Its all alive and we are alive in the word and part of the resurrection. When we bring the word to life, it is really Jesus doing it but we do have our part in it and as we are alive in the word we rise with it."

If you are talking about being alive by faith in Jesus.


    You know sometimes it is ok to give a few hints and let people find the riches that can't be taken or stolen from them and feel the joy you get when the Lord sees you seeking and rewards you. The feeling is so great. 


Offline John

Re: Buried and resurrected
« Reply #3 on: June 26, 2018, 04:09:29 PM »
Hints are fine, you provide more red herrings than hints.

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