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Message Subject I am the AC who wrote that vision I had when I was 15. I tuned 44 today. So it begins. Does anyone have any questions or need any encouragement?
Poster Handle Anonymous Coward
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Prove your the person who wrote the original post. Prove you had a vision all those years ago. Prove anything otherwise your just making stuff up.

Have a nice day
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 30235756


OP doesn't have to prove anything, you can't take his experience away from him.

He just relayed what he experienced, it's up to believe him or not, and if not, then no harm done... It's what he believes in his heart, is what matters.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 1370992


You're right. The OP does not have to prove anything.

On the other hand, no it isn't "what he believes in his heart...that matters."

What matters is the Truth.

And that 'vision' does not convey any significant Truth.

On the contrary, it is a quite seductive delusion that distracts people from any number of Doctrinal Truths which are more important. And he even specifically states that the "time of doctrines...is over."

Jesus was murdered for teaching the Doctrine of "resurrection" as a Doctrine of 'Rebirth'. Certainly, Jesus did not believe that the "time of doctrines...is over."

Moreover, the Jewish religious 'authorities' 'believed in the heart' that Jesus was possessed by demons because he received memories of previous lives; and many Nazis 'believed in their heart' that the Jews were less than human, which is why they did what they did. So you can't simply say that what someone believes in their heart is what matters.

That is to disregard the issue of Truth altogether; which, of course, is quite common to this civilization.

Michael
 Quoting: 4Q529


He might have meant that the time of arguing about theology and denominations and interpretations is over. And honestly, I'll be glad when it's over because I can't stand all the division, ego, hate, arguing that comes from our divisions.

You either Love the Lord and follow Him, or you love the dark and follow that. I think that's really the bottom line that He was trying to convey. And praise the Lord, it really is that simple I think.

hf
 
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