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comment September 23, 2015
I don't think so.
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comment Who is the “advocate” in John 16?
1 Cor. 15:45 - So also it is written, “The first man, Adam, became a living soul.” The last Adam [Christ] became a life-giving spirit.
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revised What is the meaning of “baptism by fire”?
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comment What is the meaning of “baptism by fire”?
Hey Ralph, I respond to one other question, which is related to your comment and briefly address the matter at christianity.stackexchange.com/questions/33671/… . I do agree that we need to experience the Spirit's transformation to mature in the divine life. Otherwise, we will be disciplined when the Lord returns as in "saved as through fire" or "cast into outer darkness". Just not in this context of the question above and the verses.
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comment What is the meaning of “baptism by fire”?
Interesting isn't it? Though it is a minor point. 2 Thess. 1:7-8 do shows "...Jesus is revealed from heaven with his mighty angels [1:8] in flaming fire, inflicting vengeance on those who do not know God and on those who do not obey the gospel of our Lord Jesus". The Lord’s baptism in the Holy Spirit began the kingdom of the heavens, bringing His believers into the kingdom of the heavens, whereas His baptism in fire will terminate the kingdom of the heavens, putting the unbelievers into the lake of fire and will conclude this age.
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answered What is the meaning of “baptism by fire”?
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comment Refutations of, or Thoughts on How Jesus Became God (Bart D. Ehrman)
Unfortunately his type of Australian humor tends to rub people the wrong way. :)
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answered Why is there a need for a perfect sacrifice? Why does Jesus have to be perfect?
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comment Why are wives considered the “weaker partner”? (1 Peter 3:7)
Sisters are weaker vessel. Brothers are then weak vessel. ;)
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answered Judah, Joseph, and Jacob's birthright
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comment Who does Paul consider to be “Saints” in Romans 1:7?
Yes!!! This is God's view of the believers. Even though the church outwardly has many problem, in God's eyes, we are those sanctified in Christ. Just like God view Israel as without iniquities.
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answered Why did heaven need to be purified by Christ's blood?
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answered What does the word Glory mean in the Bible?
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answered If we are “Saved” by grace, then why are we getting "Judged?
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comment Was King Melchizedek actually Jesus? Where did this idea come from?
Hebrews 7:1 speaks of Melchizedek as “priest of the Most High God.” Melchizedek is a type of Christ as the Priest of the Most High God. In Psalm 110 we are told that God’s anointed One, the Christ, is the Priest according to the order of Melchizedek (v. 4), an order which is prior to that of Aaron. Before Aaron came into the priesthood, Melchizedek was already God’s priest.
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answered Refutations of, or Thoughts on How Jesus Became God (Bart D. Ehrman)