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    How ironic... I won't bother to explain the irony.
    Explanation is futile when the die has been cast.


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    Explain the irony ?

    Are you a closet executioner of homosexuals, as per your repeated reference to “God’s commands”, or are you just talking ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsX View Post


    Those who think they are now exempt from God's laws, judgments and punishments had better rethink.

    Not exempt, but what is a believers part?

    Rom 12:18 If possible, on your part, be at peace with all men.
    Rom 12:19 Beloved, do not revenge yourselves, but give place to the wrath, for it has been written, ”Vengeance is Mine, I shall repay,” says יהוה. Deu_32:35.
    Rom 12:20 “Instead, if your enemy hungers, feed him; if he thirsts, give him a drink, for in so doing you shall heap coals of fire on his head.” Pro_25:21-22.
    Rom 12:21 Do not be overcome by evil, but overcome evil with good.
    1Jn 2:6 The one who says he stays in Him ought himself also to walk, even as He walked.

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    It appears that our self-proclaimed prophet is stuck in the Old Testament and doesn't know the merciful God of the New Testament.

    She likes wrath.
    I'd hate to live with her.

    Hate the sin but love the sinner, KingsX.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsX View Post
    Those who think they are now exempt from God's laws, judgments and punishments had better rethink.
    And what makes you think that God appointed you to be His earthly representative? To enforce His Laws, Pass Judgement and mete out punishments? Good luck trying that on these ladies!

    Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium.
    I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.

    I think you understood what you thought I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard was not what I meant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davy Crockett View Post

    It appears that our self-proclaimed prophet is stuck in the Old Testament and doesn't know the merciful God of the New Testament.

    The Bible is one book. Those who do not read and understand the OT will not understand the NT.

    Jesus fulled OT prophecies. Jesus and His disciples quoted the OT. Paul said the OT is our instructor in righteousness.

    Jesus Christ is the incarnation of the God of Israel, our Lawgiver. God's laws are the Bible's moral absolutes. Jesus kept God's laws [His laws] perfectly.



    Quote Originally Posted by Davy Crockett View Post

    Hate the sin but love the sinner.

    THAT phrase is NOT in the Bible.

    The Biblical definition of sin is transgression of God's law.

    Under God's law, certain sins require punishment of the sinner, including death.


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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsX View Post
    THAT phrase is NOT in the Bible.

    The Biblical definition of sin is transgression of God's law.

    Under God's law, certain sins require punishment of the sinner, including death.
    Did Jesus and the Apostles run around stoning the occupying Romans for being a bunch of degenerate Pagans? If not, why not?
    Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium.
    I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.

    I think you understood what you thought I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard was not what I meant.

    “Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bezukhov View Post

    Did Jesus and the Apostles run around stoning the occupying Romans for being a bunch of degenerate Pagans? If not, why not?


    To understand that, one must first understand the story the Bible tells [ALL the Bible, OT and NT.]

    During the time of Jesus Christ, pagan Rome and Rome's Edomite-jew client kings ruled Judea.

    God incarnated as Jesus... but not to establish God's Kingdom in that evil world order.

    As Jesus said, He was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel.

    There was only a small portion of Israelites living in Judea.

    The vast majority of all 12 tribes of Israel were living abroad as gentiles [ie, nations.] James 1:1

    God incarnated as Jesus to die for God's people, Israel, so they would all... all 12 tribes... be remarried to God. They are collectively the Bride of Christ who will be resurrected/changed into perfection at Christ's second coming and will enter God's New Jerusalem [which has 12 gates one for each of the tribes of Israel] at that future time... which begins God's new age.

    See my related posts on this topic:

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    Quote Originally Posted by KingsX View Post


    To understand that, one must first understand the story the Bible tells [ALL the Bible, OT and NT.]

    During the time of Jesus Christ, pagan Rome and Rome's Edomite-jew client kings ruled Judea.

    God incarnated as Jesus... but not to establish God's Kingdom in that evil world order.

    As Jesus said, He was sent only to the lost sheep of Israel.

    There was only a small portion of Israelites living in Judea.

    The vast majority of all 12 tribes of Israel were living abroad as gentiles [ie, nations.] James 1:1

    God incarnated as Jesus to die for God's people, Israel, so they would all... all 12 tribes... be remarried to God. They are collectively the Bride of Christ who will be resurrected/changed into perfection at Christ's second coming and will enter God's New Jerusalem [which has 12 gates one for each of the tribes of Israel] at that future time... which begins God's new age.

    See my related posts on this topic:

    http://www.thetreeofliberty.com/vb/s...od-have-a-wife

    The way you're carrying on I got the impression that Christianity's whole raison d'ętre was to go around stoning people.
    Malo periculosam libertatem quam quietum servitium.
    I prefer liberty with danger to peace with slavery.

    I think you understood what you thought I said, but I'm not sure you realize that what you heard was not what I meant.

    “Many that live deserve death. And some that die deserve life. Can you give it to them? Then do not be too eager to deal out death in judgement.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bezukhov View Post
    The way you're carrying on I got the impression that Christianity's whole raison d'ętre was to go around stoning people.
    The way you're carrying on I got the impression that Christianity's (moose limbs)whole raison d'ętre was to go around stoning people
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