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Whose Spirit do you think you have from Old Testament

 
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It is believed that John the Baptist had the Spirit of Elijah


Second, the Bible is quite clear that John the Baptist is given this designation because he came in the “spirit and power of Elijah” (Luke 1:17), not because he was Elijah in a literal sense. John the Baptist is the New Testament forerunner who points the way to the arrival of the Lord, just as Elijah filled that role in the Old Testament (and will again in the future – see Revelation 11). Third, Elijah himself appears with Moses at Jesus’ transfiguration after John the Baptist’s death. This would not have happened if Elijah had changed his identity (Matthew 17:11-12).

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In Christianity, the New Testament describes how both Jesus and John the Baptist are compared with Elijah, and on some occasions, thought by some to be manifestations of Elijah, and Elijah appears with Moses during the Transfiguration of Jesus.


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Sometimes I feel connected to Noah , if you had to chose who your relative was in Old Testament who would it be and why, and remember we are all one in Christ.
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Cain...
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Cain...
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Cain is described as a crop farmer and his younger brother Abel as a shepherd. Cain was the first human born and the first murderer,

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Cain...
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Cain is described as a crop farmer and his younger brother Abel as a shepherd. Cain was the first human born and the first murderer,

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you can stop that line if you wish with the Power of Jesus
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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Third, Elijah himself appears with Moses at Jesus’ transfiguration after John the Baptist’s death.
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like the scene in star wars with obi wan and darth vader appearing to luke in spiritual form ?
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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The land of Nod was where Cain settled after he was punished by God for the murder of his brother, Abel (Genesis 4:8). The Bible reads, “Then Cain went away from the presence of the LORD and settled in the land of Nod, east of Eden” (Genesis 4:16). No one knows where the land of Nod was located, only that it was east of Eden. The Bible does not mention the land of Nod again.

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"The Lord had regard for Abel and his offering, but He did not have regard for Cain and his offering."

This is pretty much why I identify with Cain.

My brother (religious believers) seem to have their offering (knowledge of God and/or spirituality) all sown up and accepted (they can "see" God in the world)..

My offering was sincere (a long time ago), but evidently it was rejected (I cannot "see" God in the world).

So I admit I look upon my brother with jealousy and "murder" (argue and question the existence of such things) him, over and over.

When I say "God" you can pretty much insert any spiritual or supernatural power/force/phenomena in that slot.
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The Matchless Moses
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The Matchless Moses
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Moses is one of the most prominent figures in the Old Testament. While Abraham is called the “Father of the Faithful” and the recipient of God’s unconditional covenant of grace to His people, Moses was the man chosen to bring redemption to His people. God specifically chose Moses to lead the Israelites from captivity in Egypt to salvation in the Promised Land. Moses is also recognized as the mediator of the Old Covenant and is commonly referred to as the giver of the Law. Finally, Moses is the principal author of the Pentateuch, the foundational books of the entire Bible. Moses’ role in the Old Testament is a type and shadow of the role Jesus plays in the New Testament. As such, his life is definitely worth examining.
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I have the spirit of the jackass Mary rode
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Cush...

I posted a thread a couple weeks ago giving reasons why ive been led to have this feeling...
I post from my phone though im not sure how to put the link from that thread up...but the title was "could I really be son of ham....." this is a very interesting topic as ive always had a firm belief in reincarnation. Of the mind/soul/spirit one or the other and possibly all of the above!
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"The Lord had regard for Abel and his offering, but He did not have regard for Cain and his offering."

This is pretty much why I identify with Cain.

My brother (religious believers) seem to have their offering (knowledge of God and/or spirituality) all sown up and accepted (they can "see" God in the world)..

My offering was sincere (a long time ago), but evidently it was rejected (I cannot "see" God in the world).

So I admit I look upon my brother with jealousy and "murder" (argue and question the existence of such things) him, over and over.

When I say "God" you can pretty much insert any spiritual or supernatural power/force/phenomena in that slot.
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My offering was sincere (a long time ago), but evidently it was rejected (I cannot "see" God in the world).

Since Jesus died on the Cross you have no need for an offering Salvation is free
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Ruth? Maybe, her story always stuck out to me.
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Daniel.
Of course ;)

At my baptism the pastor said to my grandma, don´t you know Daniel in the lionspit, as she said, what kind of name, she wanted another one for me.

And I´m really always surrounded with lions (leos) (astrologically speaking) And I´m also vegetarian.
And have visions btw... well, yeh.
Dunno.

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Cush...

I posted a thread a couple weeks ago giving reasons why ive been led to have this feeling...
I post from my phone though im not sure how to put the link from that thread up...but the title was "could I really be son of ham....." this is a very interesting topic as ive always had a firm belief in reincarnation. Of the mind/soul/spirit one or the other and possibly all of the above!
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Ham was "blessed" in Genesis 9:1 - Noah did not curse him directly, instead cursing his son Canaan.

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Ruth? Maybe, her story always stuck out to me.
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Ruth was a Moabitess, who married Mahlon, the son of Elimelech and Naomi, but Elimelech and his two sons died. When Naomi decided to return to Bethlehem, Ruth went with her, and although Orpah, Naomi's other daughter-in-law went back home, said

Entreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the LORD do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me. (Ruth 1:16-17, KJV)


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Daniel.
Of course ;)

At my baptism the pastor said to my grandma, don´t you know Daniel in the lionspit, as she said, what kind of name, she wanted another one for me.

And I´m really always surrounded with lions (leos) (astrologically speaking) And I´m also vegetarian.
And have visions btw... well, yeh.
Dunno.

peace
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my favorite story
Daniel and Nebuchadnezzar
Main article: Daniel 2
See also: Nebuchadnezzar II#Portrayal in the books of Daniel and Jeremiah and Book of Daniel#Nebuchadnezzar or Nabonidus

In the narrative of Daniel chapter 2, it is the second year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar and the king is distressed by his dreams.[v.1] Thus he summons his interpreters,[v.2] however, they are unable to relay or interpret the dreams.[v.10-11] The King acts in fury and demands the execution of all the wise men in Babylon.[v.12] When Daniel discovers the King's executive order, he requests from the captain of the guard, Arioch, to see the King.[v.13-16] Daniel prays for God's mercy to receive a revelation from the King's dream.[v.15-18] God then reveals the mystery to Daniel in a vision that night.[v.19] Daniel praises his God with a doxology.[v.20-23] After meeting with Arioch again, Daniel is granted access to the king[v.24-30] and relays the description of the dream,[v.31-36] followed by its interpretation.[v.37-45] With Daniel's successful interpretation of the dream, the king expresses homage,[v.46] followed by his own doxology that affirms that Daniel's God is God of gods for revealing this mystery of his dream.[v.47] Daniel is then promoted as chief governor over the whole province of Babylon.[v.48] At Daniel's request, his companions are also promoted, thus they remain at the king's court.[v.49][3]

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Ruth? Maybe, her story always stuck out to me.
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Ruth was a Moabitess, who married Mahlon, the son of Elimelech and Naomi, but Elimelech and his two sons died. When Naomi decided to return to Bethlehem, Ruth went with her, and although Orpah, Naomi's other daughter-in-law went back home, said

Entreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the LORD do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me. (Ruth 1:16-17, KJV)


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" Entreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest, I will go; and where thou lodgest, I will lodge: thy people shall be my people, and thy God my God: Where thou diest, will I die, and there will I be buried: the LORD do so to me, and more also, if ought but death part thee and me. (Ruth 1:16-17, KJV)"

I love that part ^^^
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the white one. ooops, hes not in that book.
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Daniel.
Of course ;)

At my baptism the pastor said to my grandma, don´t you know Daniel in the lionspit, as she said, what kind of name, she wanted another one for me.

And I´m really always surrounded with lions (leos) (astrologically speaking) And I´m also vegetarian.
And have visions btw... well, yeh.
Dunno.

peace
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my favorite story
Daniel and Nebuchadnezzar
Main article: Daniel 2
See also: Nebuchadnezzar II#Portrayal in the books of Daniel and Jeremiah and Book of Daniel#Nebuchadnezzar or Nabonidus

In the narrative of Daniel chapter 2, it is the second year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar and the king is distressed by his dreams.[v.1] Thus he summons his interpreters,[v.2] however, they are unable to relay or interpret the dreams.[v.10-11] The King acts in fury and demands the execution of all the wise men in Babylon.[v.12] When Daniel discovers the King's executive order, he requests from the captain of the guard, Arioch, to see the King.[v.13-16] Daniel prays for God's mercy to receive a revelation from the King's dream.[v.15-18] God then reveals the mystery to Daniel in a vision that night.[v.19] Daniel praises his God with a doxology.[v.20-23] After meeting with Arioch again, Daniel is granted access to the king[v.24-30] and relays the description of the dream,[v.31-36] followed by its interpretation.[v.37-45] With Daniel's successful interpretation of the dream, the king expresses homage,[v.46] followed by his own doxology that affirms that Daniel's God is God of gods for revealing this mystery of his dream.[v.47] Daniel is then promoted as chief governor over the whole province of Babylon.[v.48] At Daniel's request, his companions are also promoted, thus they remain at the king's court.[v.49][3]
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I could have never been Daniel, he was very brave, he worked in the palace.
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And he was a man of faith, who would walk literally walk through the fire for it.
I know the book of Daniel very well.
I guess my walk through the fire is an internal one.

Astrologically speaking I have kind of the worst conjunction, Saturn and Pluto and elementary speaking I´m fire itself, with even a leo ascendant.

And Babylon is where we´re all living right now.
Have to read a bit the book again..

my favorite story
Daniel and Nebuchadnezzar
Main article: Daniel 2
See also: Nebuchadnezzar II#Portrayal in the books of Daniel and Jeremiah and Book of Daniel#Nebuchadnezzar or Nabonidus

In the narrative of Daniel chapter 2, it is the second year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar and the king is distressed by his dreams.[v.1] Thus he summons his interpreters,[v.2] however, they are unable to relay or interpret the dreams.[v.10-11] The King acts in fury and demands the execution of all the wise men in Babylon.[v.12] When Daniel discovers the King's executive order, he requests from the captain of the guard, Arioch, to see the King.[v.13-16] Daniel prays for God's mercy to receive a revelation from the King's dream.[v.15-18] God then reveals the mystery to Daniel in a vision that night.[v.19] Daniel praises his God with a doxology.[v.20-23] After meeting with Arioch again, Daniel is granted access to the king[v.24-30] and relays the description of the dream,[v.31-36] followed by its interpretation.[v.37-45] With Daniel's successful interpretation of the dream, the king expresses homage,[v.46] followed by his own doxology that affirms that Daniel's God is God of gods for revealing this mystery of his dream.[v.47] Daniel is then promoted as chief governor over the whole province of Babylon.[v.48] At Daniel's request, his companions are also promoted, thus they remain at the king's court.[v.49][3]
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
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Yes but who made them?
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And he was a man of faith, who would walk literally walk through the fire for it.
I know the book of Daniel very well.
I guess my walk through the fire is an internal one.

Astrologically speaking I have kind of the worst conjunction, Saturn and Pluto and elementary speaking I´m fire itself, with even a leo ascendant.

And Babylon is where we´re all living right now.
Have to read a bit the book again..

my favorite story
Daniel and Nebuchadnezzar
Main article: Daniel 2
See also: Nebuchadnezzar II#Portrayal in the books of Daniel and Jeremiah and Book of Daniel#Nebuchadnezzar or Nabonidus

In the narrative of Daniel chapter 2, it is the second year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar and the king is distressed by his dreams.[v.1] Thus he summons his interpreters,[v.2] however, they are unable to relay or interpret the dreams.[v.10-11] The King acts in fury and demands the execution of all the wise men in Babylon.[v.12] When Daniel discovers the King's executive order, he requests from the captain of the guard, Arioch, to see the King.[v.13-16] Daniel prays for God's mercy to receive a revelation from the King's dream.[v.15-18] God then reveals the mystery to Daniel in a vision that night.[v.19] Daniel praises his God with a doxology.[v.20-23] After meeting with Arioch again, Daniel is granted access to the king[v.24-30] and relays the description of the dream,[v.31-36] followed by its interpretation.[v.37-45] With Daniel's successful interpretation of the dream, the king expresses homage,[v.46] followed by his own doxology that affirms that Daniel's God is God of gods for revealing this mystery of his dream.[v.47] Daniel is then promoted as chief governor over the whole province of Babylon.[v.48] At Daniel's request, his companions are also promoted, thus they remain at the king's court.[v.49][3]
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Short version of the story, very brave man
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
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Yes but who made them?
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I always wondered this, and when I asked people at church or in bible class people would get mad at me lol.
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
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Yes but who made them?
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God= Adam and Eve
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Eve
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
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Yes but who made them?
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God= Adam and Eve
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I was told they were Adam and Eve's other children who had moved away by one person, make sense if you think how they used to live to be almost 1000 years back then until the flood.
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John the Baptist was the last Prophet called by God so by rights the Gospel of John and Revelation belong to the OT texts.

I'm going to go with Job just because what little I acquired got reduced to nothing more than one time, as time flies by phase 2 seems to be lingering around.
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It is believed that John the Baptist had the Spirit of Elijah


Second, the Bible is quite clear that John the Baptist is given this designation because he came in the “spirit and power of Elijah” (Luke 1:17), not because he was Elijah in a literal sense. John the Baptist is the New Testament forerunner who points the way to the arrival of the Lord, just as Elijah filled that role in the Old Testament (and will again in the future – see Revelation 11). Third, Elijah himself appears with Moses at Jesus’ transfiguration after John the Baptist’s death. This would not have happened if Elijah had changed his identity (Matthew 17:11-12).

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In Christianity, the New Testament describes how both Jesus and John the Baptist are compared with Elijah, and on some occasions, thought by some to be manifestations of Elijah, and Elijah appears with Moses during the Transfiguration of Jesus.


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Sometimes I feel connected to Noah , if you had to chose who your relative was in Old Testament who would it be and why, and remember we are all one in Christ.
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There is the Spirit of God the Light in some men, and there is the spirit of the Devil, Satan in others, called the children of the world. They are the tares planted in the wheat, Adam and his decendents, now through Seth after the flood. Having the breath, of God. Cain is the son of the Darkness, as Jesus was the Son of God, the light. All others are from the various angels who had sex with Eve for three hundred years after Cain murdered Able, before Adam reconciled with her and she bore Seth.
You might ask how they survived the flood. Noah was the eighth person of Adam on the ark, but there were two each of all the other races on board too. As the bible says, Eve, the mother of all...

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