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Go forth into this world*:::. ~, with a kind heArt, but use your mind in an intelligent fashion, so as not to fall prey to the "wicked", for they too, will know trust, one day~*. Believe in yourself, the light within from up above, & speak your truth, beyond measure. Never be afraid of wolves, as they too, are sheep in wolves' clothing, paralyzing fear. ...


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The Wailing Wall was not part of the Temple - it was part of the Temple Mount - and a giant retaining wall for the courtyard on which the Temple sat. Here is a model of what we think it would have all looked like: Basically, when Herod restored the Second Temple, he couldn't expand the building itself, since it's dimensions were fixed by Scripture. He ...


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Refer to.. “Do you see all these great buildings?” replied Jesus. “Not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down.” Mark 13:2 And, “Do you see all these things?” he asked. “Truly I tell you, not one stone here will be left on another; every one will be thrown down.” Matthew 24:3 As well as, “As for ...


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You must also understand the context in which Christ was speaking. He was in Caesaria Phillipi (Banias, Israel) in front of the Temple of Pan (Ban) which was built into the rock formation... a very large rock formation. It was a very, very ornate temple, but inside the temple there was a cave where they would throw the sacrifices, sometimes children in. That ...


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This is really simple if you ask the Holy Spirit. It simply means that Jesus himself is the sacrifice and the only sacrifice that God the father will accept. We (Christians) are to deny ourselves the ability to live for god on our own, we are to pick up our cross daily and recognize what he did for us with his sacrifice at the cross, and follow him. When we ...


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Heaven can mean several things: The abode of God/angels/righteous The firmament (sky) State of utmost happiness These are related concepts, and even in ancient languages, these meanings are conflated. When heaven and hell are used together, #1 or #3 make the most sense. When heaven and earth are used together, #2 probably makes the most sense. So ...


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Yes he did. Revelation and an epistle by Peter confirm this: Revelation 21:1 And I saw a new heaven and a new earth: for the first heaven and the first earth were passed away; and there was no more sea. 2 Peter 3:10 But the day of the Lord will come as a thief in the night; in the which the heavens shall pass away with a great noise, and the ...


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The gates of hell in Greek mythology, were in present day Turkey, the protagonist in the Mouslem fight against Christianity. But as our Lord promised, His Church build on the rock that is Him, the gates of hell shall not prevail against it.


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The Seventh Day Adventists actually reference Matt 18:18; in their 28 Fundamental Beliefs: "The church derives its authority from Christ, who is the incarnate Word, and from the Scriptures, which are the written Word." The Easy-to-read Version of the bible which you have quoted in your question interprets this verse as referring to forgiveness, ...


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Could it mean that as Jesus knew, His Church was to be build in Rome where Peter eventually went and founded the first Church. Reference of course to the gates of hell not prevailing upon it, could have meant that unlike the Church in the East, Constantinople, that was prevailed upon by the Ottoman Turks, where the gates of hell are in Greek mythology, and ...


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Ellen G. White, who many in the Seventh-Day Adventist church consider a modern day prophet (according to Rev. 12:19, and 19:10) had this to say about this event. I believe she wrote this by inspiration of Jehovah our God, the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob in her wonderful book on the Life of Christ called, "The Desire of Ages": Christ arose from the ...



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