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Re: Punish, try, decide
« Reply #8 on: January 06, 2013, 08:20:24 PM »

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  He that believeth is not condemded. After Jesus was risen , I think in Mark, He says, he that believeth in the risen Lord is saved but he that doesn't is condemded. When people come to the Lord threw the word, the word is not given in the risen image. It is presented in the sinful nature and he that partakes of it that was partakes in the crusifixion of our Lord and is burried along with him. This is not worshiping the risen Lord. When the veil is removes and the word comes to full manifestation we see the word in a higher image, a living image and as a risen Lord. What are people condemded too, utter darkness and the world is in great sin but this is what the Lord does. He saves the world to all who truly believe but now when it is risen as it is being risen for us. We must no longer think and know the Lord is that way, the graven image. Just like Lazeretn , when the Lord called him forth, come forth. Come forth from what. From the tumb. The word is not there for us to be in utter darkness for ever. It is there for us to come forth from it as that tomb we are or where in. And what is darkness if it is not void of council of the spirit of God, void of the teachings of light. God is light, Jesus risen is light. Light is knowledge of the father above, the risen word. The spiritual, higher understanding , the righteousness of God above. He who has this knowledge knows the secrets of the kingdom and are given salvation. It is not that there is no hope for those without this calling to come forth, it is the work of of the son to give this knowledge and save the people and this is why he is the savour.

 

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Re: Punish, try, decide
« Reply #9 on: January 06, 2013, 09:03:39 PM »
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He that believeth is not condemded. After Jesus was risen , I think in Mark, He says, he that believeth in the risen Lord is saved but he that doesn't is condemded. When people come to the Lord threw the word, the word is not given in the risen image. It is presented in the sinful nature and he that partakes of it that was partakes in the crusifixion of our Lord and is burried along with him. This is not worshiping the risen Lord. When the veil is removes and the word comes to full manifestation we see the word in a higher image, a living image and as a risen Lord. What are people condemded too, utter darkness and the world is in great sin but this is what the Lord does. He saves the world to all who truly believe but now when it is risen as it is being risen for us. We must no longer think and know the Lord is that way, the graven image. Just like Lazeretn , when the Lord called him forth, come forth. Come forth from what. From the tumb. The word is not there for us to be in utter darkness for ever. It is there for us to come forth from it as that tomb we are or where in. And what is darkness if it is not void of council of the spirit of God, void of the teachings of light. God is light, Jesus risen is light. Light is knowledge of the father above, the risen word. The spiritual, higher understanding , the righteousness of God above. He who has this knowledge knows the secrets of the kingdom and are given salvation. It is not that there is no hope for those without this calling to come forth, it is the work of of the son to give this knowledge and save the people and this is why he is the savour.


What a fantastic reply.  The bit I emboldened REALLY stood out to me, thank you for posting, God bless :)

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Re: Punish, try, decide
« Reply #10 on: January 06, 2013, 11:57:21 PM »
Amen Colin, good word brother. Good to see you again, it seems a long time!

Are you back home again now...or is this just another quick in, before you go off again?

Bless you...H

James

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Re: Punish, try, decide
« Reply #11 on: January 07, 2013, 06:49:56 PM »
Me to Colin, are you able to take a lap top if you go away.

I enjoyed your reply for it had much more in it than you said by the words.

Bless you Colin.

James

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Re: Punish, try, decide
« Reply #12 on: January 11, 2013, 01:59:31 AM »
Thank God for all that Colin has been given to share with others. Help us Lord to understand even more!

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