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Maybe I can help you with your dilemma. The verse in revelation 22:18 forbids us to add to the words of the prophecy of that book. Adding to is not the same as interpreting. We are commanded to interpret. To interpret is to judge. For example in Luke 10:26 Jesus asks, "What is written in the law? WHAT IS YOUR READING OF IT?" In other words, How do ...


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Unlike in Catholicism, there is no unified and singular Protestant body of doctrine, so a “Protestant answer” to your question cannot be given. I can, however, provide an answer given by the popular Protestant theologian, scholar, and commentator Matthew Henry who in his commentary of Malachi 1, says: In these verses, they are charged with ingratitude, ...


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Being born into the breath Then Peter said to them, “Repent, and let every one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins; and you shall receive the gift of the Holy Spirit. (Acts 2:38 NKJV) Once a person starts to listen to what people say with there mouth and the events that occurs after the word is spoken, the people ...


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I feel sheepish addressing the issue of whether water baptism is necessary in order to be saved. In my estimation, it is similar to the silly scenario in which someone must persuade and compel a lottery winner to obtain millions of prize money. (Only the lottery pales in comparison to water baptism benefits.) In recent history a notion has developed that ...



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