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In my church we interpret the Jeremiah reference to mean that the royal line of David will cease to rule any physical kingdom of this world. This has been fulfilled; no descendant of David now rules as a king in the geographical region known then as Judah. Jesus' kingdom is not of this world (He said so to Pilate), and so the passage does not prohibit Him ...


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This passage is about repentance. Though a soul start ever so badly, he will be fully forgiven immediately upon his repentance; and though a soul start ever so well, he will be rejected if he apostates; and each individual soul is answerable to God directly. The principle sentence in the question is: This seems to teach that sin directly corresponds ...


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