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The promise of the Old and the promise(s) of the New are reconcilable. It has not yet been revealed how they are reconcilable. Answering via the route of God's promises God promised the Land of Israel to Abraham and his descendants. One of the biblical passages that highlights this is: Judges 11:23-25 (RSVCE) 23 So then the Lord, the God of ...


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God does in fact have a special relationship with the Jewish people. That special relationship stems from the fact that Israel is God's chosen nation (the nation through which God would bring Salvation to the world). And Looking back at History we find that that relationship began with Abraham: All Scripture is quoted from the King James translation ...


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Most Christians will likely agree on the basic principle that the Children of Israel, down to the present day have a special relationship with God, but that at this stage, we don't know what that relationship is, exactly. Jesus' parable of the workers in the vineyard (cf. Matthew 20:1 ff.) might apply here, with the Children of Israel representing those ...


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Be careful to distinguish between the Rapture and the resurrections. There will be two resurrections, of the just and the unjust: John 5:28-29 Marvel not at this: for the hour is coming, in the which all that are in the graves shall hear his voice, And shall come forth; they that have done good, unto the resurrection of life; and they that have done ...


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The Bible only states two Resurrections, one for the Righteous in Christ[Rev. 20:6], and one for "Death and Hell" [Rev. 20:11-15]. There are no explicit scriptures to support multiple Raptures or more than two Resurrections. My theory for the reason some make up multiple raptures is because of Rev 20:4-6 including Tribulation Martyrs in with the First ...


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They are referring to the Day of the Lord from Zech 14:6 On that day there will be neither sunlight nor cold, frosty darkness.. It will be a unique day--a day known only to the LORD--with no distinction between day and night. When evening comes, there will be light. On that day living water will flow out from Jerusalem, half of it east to the Dead Sea ...


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There are two significantly divergent ways of construing "in the end times you won't be able to tell what season it is.": The first way is the approach of the (currently marked as) accepted answer which interprets that statement to mean: "In the end times you won't be able to tell the difference between summer, autumn, winter or spring - the seasons ...


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You may want to consider that season can be interpreted as feast of God...ie. you can determine what is to take place per the convocation of the Feasts of Jehovah. If people are under a strong delusion, which is an end time sign, they will not understand the Feasts... the information which Jehovah has appointed. You may also want to study the Menorah and ...


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According to the vision of Brother Pacificus, the throne of Lucifer was reserved for the St. Francis of Assisi. From this I infer that the other thrones of the fallen angels are available to other saints. Excerpt from "The Mirror of Perfection by Brother Leo of Assisi" In the morning Brother Pacificus returned to him. Blessed Francis was standing ...


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I have always understood it as being connected with the Mystical Body of Christ. If we endure, stay firmly connected to the Mystical Body, then just as Christ is the King of the Universe, we are also part of that kingship by our connection to Him.


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Joel 2:31 is an end time prophecy that features a blood moon and a solar eclipse. Douay-Rheims Joel 2:31 The sun shall be turned into darkness, and the moon into blood: before the great and dreadful day of the Lord doth come. John Hagee and many protestants think that end times prophecy is all about the nation of Israel and the Third Temple of ...



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