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Chapter 18 of Matthew explains it pretty clearly that these little ones are not only referring to children, but to those who believe in Jesus and humbles himself as a little child. 2 He called a little child to him, and placed the child among them. 3 And he said: “Truly I tell you, unless you change and become like little children, you will never ...


As you have rightly said the number one third comes from the Revelation. And that alone is solid Biblical support, since this was referring to a past event, and not prophesy. There is an erroneous, but widely accepted belief that the Revelation is all prophesy, but this verse tells us that this is not true: Revelation 1:19 KJV Write the things which ...


This is a long answer. Please bear with me. I’m not sure how old this idea is, but its a combination of mistakes in interpretation. We always come into difficulties when we take any document out of context. The same is especially true for the Bible. That is what happens here and when done in several different bible passages, it leads to some man-made idea ...


Their are many instances in wich angels spoke to people in the bible. Yes they could possibly speak to us today but it has to line with scripture if it's not scriptural its probably satan. In the bible it says he Masquerades As an angel of light.

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