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Dry Land
« on: December 22, 2012, 08:59:54 PM »

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   When the Lord parted the waters from the waters. Or when Moses  parted the waters and the Israelites went threw on dry land. What it means is that they went threw where the waters had receided. Like the earth is and was flooded and the church there is as a ship but when they come to the Jesus, the flood receides and you see him on dry land. The dry land can swolo up the flood. The flood is now real water, it is a flood of fallen teachings called the sea, the sea of DISbelief. Now you look at the beginning, creation and then Noah and when Jesus was on the shore and look at now and the new earth apearing. Heaven is his throne and his kingdom is not of this world.



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Re: Dry Land
« Reply #1 on: December 22, 2012, 09:23:36 PM »
Colin,
Before the waters covered the dust it was dry and blew hither and thither in the wind of man's uncertainty like a ship without a rudder. Then when God breathed understading into the dust it became a living soul and capable of sinning and dying as a consequence.
Thereon the sequence has been, and is being, repeated on a daily basis, with men repetitively dying in the wind of false doctrine.
Your understanding of these things is invaluable to us.

Re: Dry Land
« Reply #2 on: December 22, 2012, 09:36:14 PM »
Colin,
Before the waters covered the dust it was dry and blew hither and thither in the wind of man's uncertainty like a ship without a rudder. Then when God breathed understading into the dust it became a living soul and capable of sinning and dying as a consequence.
Thereon the sequence has been, and is being, repeated on a daily basis, with men repetitively dying in the wind of false doctrine.
Your understanding of these things is invaluable to us.


    Mike, its like, the seven churches and the seven mountains are the churches that dwell in the places where the waters have receided but when the new earth appears those old mountains are cast into the sea. The apocoplipz is the veil being removes, the mark of the beast being removed and if you look in Noah's Ship, like the church , it had all the animals on board too but they had been tamed before they entered the ark and so it is with the church. Then when you see the church having such problems and Jesus coming down from the mountain and staying above the water and entering the church, you see Jesus do that in the gospels too.

   Thank you for not going against me on these things now Mike.

Re: Dry Land
« Reply #3 on: December 22, 2012, 09:39:15 PM »
   You know what Mike, I am so happy to see you grasp these things now. You are receiving these things because of the Lord loving you my friend. I love you too brother Mike.

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Re: Dry Land
« Reply #4 on: December 22, 2012, 09:46:31 PM »
Colin,
Would you say that when God's New Jerusalem descends it will be Noah's ark coming to rest on mount Ararat, full of tamed animals with lions ready at last to lay peaceably with lambs? :peace be yours:

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« Reply #5 on: December 22, 2012, 10:18:28 PM »
Colin,
Would you say that when God's New Jerusalem descends it will be Noah's ark coming to rest on mount Ararat, full of tamed animals with lions ready at last to lay peaceably with lambs? :peace be yours:


   It shows you in revelations what will happen. You look at the seven churches and you see the Lord takes out of them the ones he chooses, the so called overcomes. The new jerusalem will be built on the heavenly teachings or can I say the higher spiritual understanding the church will be given. But now I will tell you Mike and forgive me if it sounds like I try to promote myself and not the Lord. The Lord did speak to me and it was true and he said, Colin , I have given you the Spirit of David . Now if you look John the baptist came in the Spirit of Elijah and he did the works of that man. Now why would the Lord say he gave me David's Spirit if it was not to do those works and were they not to build the temple of the Lord and the new Jerusalem. But I know this is too hard for most to take.
   What is the kingdom of heaven if it is not the place where Jesus stands and is it not his throne. This new Jerusalem will be built on the teaching from above coming down from our Lord and it will be the Lords house where he dwells among us. 

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Re: Dry Land
« Reply #6 on: December 29, 2012, 04:07:25 PM »
I think its interesting the sea is depicted in more ways than one in the bible.  For example, its shown as abundance life or food giver with the fishermen reaping in nets full of fish.  The fish again in the bible which feeds thousands, they come from somewhere.   Then you have the stormy seas, where people in their own storms tend to panic and flap about, rather than having faith they will 'ride the storm' or even fly high above it on the Eagles wings.  You also have the example of where the disciple sank into the waves, having took his eyes off Jesus, out of sight out of mind, but Jesus knew exactly where he was and how he was doing, as he reached in and pulled him up before sinking BENEATH the waves.

So is Jesus the dry land depicted in the middle of the parted sea?  And yes I know that dry land is often depicted as a place of destitution, far away, thirsting, but then even in dry land there can be life?

Reminds me of He is the way, the truth and the life (light).  Also things can hold more than one purpose. 

Re: Dry Land
« Reply #7 on: January 07, 2013, 05:07:29 AM »
I think its interesting the sea is depicted in more ways than one in the bible.  For example, its shown as abundance life or food giver with the fishermen reaping in nets full of fish.  The fish again in the bible which feeds thousands, they come from somewhere.   Then you have the stormy seas, where people in their own storms tend to panic and flap about, rather than having faith they will 'ride the storm' or even fly high above it on the Eagles wings.  You also have the example of where the disciple sank into the waves, having took his eyes off Jesus, out of sight out of mind, but Jesus knew exactly where he was and how he was doing, as he reached in and pulled him up before sinking BENEATH the waves.

So is Jesus the dry land depicted in the middle of the parted sea?  And yes I know that dry land is often depicted as a place of destitution, far away, thirsting, but then even in dry land there can be life?

Reminds me of He is the way, the truth and the life (light).  Also things can hold more than one purpose.



      If you think as the people think of the word literally or carnally you see Peter fishing and the nets being filled. But if you think of these things spiritually, you see the kingdom of heaven is as a net. The disciples are then fishers of men. They don't fish and cast their net at the believers, they cast it in the sea, the sea of disbelief. The sea of iniquity or even say the sea of gallalee meaning the sea of the gentiles. The church is the ship they go out on and the waves are waves of terror or treachery and the storms are storms of discontent. When the fishermen went fishing Peter put on his robes when he saw Jesus and Jesus was there on dry land with the fire of coals burning. The coals you throw on the enemies head when he sends his fiery darts at you. So the word has covered the earth as the sea but whet there is Jesus, the waters are receided and this is dry land. So when Jesus got in the boat when he walkes to them above the water over the sea , imedeitly they were on the other side. On the other side of life. When Jesus called his disciples , they asked where he dwelt and he said follow me and they went up into the mountains. Com up heither. See, it has nothing to do with the water as people think, it has to do with dwelling in the place where the waters are receided. You can see the dove come to Jesus like with Noah to show us the iniquity was being held back and the waters are receided. There is also things like the pillars of the temple. The pillars are hewn out of Rock from the mountains and the mountains. Righteousness is as a mountain and we must strive to go higher, seeking the higher righteousness and men become as pillars of the temple. You can live in a valley and be sitting on the mountain of God or you can be living on the mountain but dwelling in the valley of the shadow of death. Its not whet we are, it is where we are in our walk with the Lord and seeking the higher righteousness is climbing that great mountain of God.

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