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Offline Jesus4me

Re: Revelation 22:19 and Rhema
« Reply #8 on: January 11, 2016, 01:02:01 PM »

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I don't believe for one iota of a minute that the Scripture in Revelations is relevant to the whole Bible, but pertains to the one book. 
The Bible is a 'library' of various books put together. 
The Scripture is quite specific speaking of one scroll and prophecy.  It doesn't suggest anywhere its pertaining to every uttered word or written word.

My warning would be ... ignore the Rhema word at your own peril.


Revelation isn't the only book that warns of the dangers of adding to or taking away from the scriptures. God says if you add to His word, you are arguing with Him, and found to be a liar. Prov 30: 6.
So when Catholics add their so-called "Traditions", they are arguing with God, and He calls them liars.
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Re: Revelation 22:19 and Rhema
« Reply #9 on: January 11, 2016, 01:46:09 PM »
Yes do not add to His words. 

That is slightly different to ...do not add to His scriptures contained within the library of books you have called the Bible.

Keeping in mind, the book of Proverbs being written many years prior to other books within the Bible.  So with that mindset any books written after Proverbs should be dismissed too.

The Rhema Word of God is His words too right?

Offline davetaff

Re: Revelation 22:19 and Rhema
« Reply #10 on: January 11, 2016, 02:19:37 PM »
Hi
A little confused as usual dose this mean if I quote scripture to a unbeliever that's ok but if he asks me to explain it or interpret it I should keep my mouth shut because I endanger my portion in the tree of life.
If that's the case maybe I should stop posting on here or maybe we should close the site because we all interpret the scriptures and add our own words to explain what we mean.

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Dave

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Re: Revelation 22:19 and Rhema
« Reply #11 on: January 11, 2016, 02:30:15 PM »
No you shouldn't stop posting, and there will be no closing of sites today based on someone's interpretation of scripture  :rolleyes:

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