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Whose Spirit do you think you have from Old Testament

 
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The people in Nod the land East of Eden.
 Quoting: smokahontas


Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
 Quoting: smokahontas


Yes but who made them?
 Quoting: smokahontas


I always wondered this, and when I asked people at church or in bible class people would get mad at me lol.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Basically that was the first area were the children of the fallen angels lived.

Ge:6:2:
That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair;
and they took them wives of all which they chose.

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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
 Quoting: smokahontas


Yes but who made them?
 Quoting: smokahontas


I always wondered this, and when I asked people at church or in bible class people would get mad at me lol.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Basically that was the first area were the children of the fallen angels lived.

Ge:6:2:
That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair;
and they took them wives of all which they chose.
 Quoting: MHz


O M G !!!
That is HUGE, so yeah, people got even madder when I asked bout the giants in the bible that lived before (I think before) the flood. Gen 6 >> [link to www.biblegateway.com]

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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.
 Quoting: MHz


he Book of Job begins with an introduction to Job's character—he is described as a blessed man who lives righteously. God's praise of Job prompts Satan to challenge Job's integrity and suggesting that Job serves God simply because he protects him. God removes Job's protection, allowing Satan to take his wealth, his children, and his physical health in order to tempt Job to curse God. Despite his difficult circumstances, he does not curse God, but rather curses the day of his birth. And although he protests his plight and pleads for an explanation, he stops short of accusing God of injustice.

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:P

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Who were they? Where did they come from? I have no fucking clue, and neither do you!
 Quoting: smokahontas


Yes but who made them?
 Quoting: smokahontas


I always wondered this, and when I asked people at church or in bible class people would get mad at me lol.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Basically that was the first area were the children of the fallen angels lived.

Ge:6:2:
That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair;
and they took them wives of all which they chose.
 Quoting: MHz


Riiiiiiiight, again shit that makes no sense, and you all will make up whatever to fill the gaping holes in your story, I find very sad.
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Ra
 Quoting: SaltyFlats


:P

chuckle

hf
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Lol
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I cant wait to ask if I was right hfsigning off
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I was Golith...ask me a question
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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.
 Quoting: Goofy for God


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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Jesus said to James and John, "You know not what manner of Spirit you are from."

The kennites, were, and are, the sons's of Cain. It was a hundred years, not three, when Adam reconciled.
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The burning bush.

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The burning bush.

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We have a winner! lol
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Yes but who made them?
 Quoting: smokahontas


I always wondered this, and when I asked people at church or in bible class people would get mad at me lol.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Basically that was the first area were the children of the fallen angels lived.

Ge:6:2:
That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair;
and they took them wives of all which they chose.
 Quoting: MHz


O M G !!!
That is HUGE, so yeah, people got even madder when I asked bout the giants in the bible that lived before (I think before) the flood. Gen 6 >> [link to www.biblegateway.com]
 Quoting: CeeLite


I don’t know if there were any giants, but the “land of Nod” was indeed the land of the “nephilim”. This is well-documented in the Urantia Book.

(757.5) 67:4.2 The sixty members of the planetary staff who went into rebellion chose Nod as their leader. They worked wholeheartedly for the rebel Prince but soon discovered that they were deprived of the sustenance of the system life circuits. They awakened to the fact that they had been degraded to the status of mortal beings. They were indeed superhuman but, at the same time, material and mortal. In an effort to increase their numbers, Daligastia ordered immediate resort to sexual reproduction, knowing full well that the original sixty and their forty-four modified Andonite associates were doomed to suffer extinction by death, sooner or later. After the fall of Dalamatia the disloyal staff migrated to the north and the east. Their descendants were long known as the Nodites, and their dwelling place as “the land of Nod.”

(758.1) 67:4.3 The presence of these extraordinary supermen and superwomen, stranded by rebellion and presently mating with the sons and daughters of earth, easily gave origin to those traditional stories of the gods coming down to mate with mortals. And thus originated the thousand and one legends of a mythical nature, but founded on the facts of the postrebellion days, which later found a place in the folk tales and traditions of the various peoples whose ancestors had participated in these contacts with the Nodites and their descendants.
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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.
 Quoting: CeeLite

Basically that was the first area were the children of the fallen angels lived.

Ge:6:2:
That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair;
and they took them wives of all which they chose.
 Quoting: MHz


O M G !!!
That is HUGE, so yeah, people got even madder when I asked bout the giants in the bible that lived before (I think before) the flood. Gen 6 >> [link to www.biblegateway.com]
 Quoting: CeeLite


I don’t know if there were any giants, but the “land of Nod” was indeed the land of the “nephilim”. This is well-documented in the Urantia Book.

(757.5) 67:4.2 The sixty members of the planetary staff who went into rebellion chose Nod as their leader. They worked wholeheartedly for the rebel Prince but soon discovered that they were deprived of the sustenance of the system life circuits. They awakened to the fact that they had been degraded to the status of mortal beings. They were indeed superhuman but, at the same time, material and mortal. In an effort to increase their numbers, Daligastia ordered immediate resort to sexual reproduction, knowing full well that the original sixty and their forty-four modified Andonite associates were doomed to suffer extinction by death, sooner or later. After the fall of Dalamatia the disloyal staff migrated to the north and the east. Their descendants were long known as the Nodites, and their dwelling place as “the land of Nod.”

(758.1) 67:4.3 The presence of these extraordinary supermen and superwomen, stranded by rebellion and presently mating with the sons and daughters of earth, easily gave origin to those traditional stories of the gods coming down to mate with mortals. And thus originated the thousand and one legends of a mythical nature, but founded on the facts of the postrebellion days, which later found a place in the folk tales and traditions of the various peoples whose ancestors had participated in these contacts with the Nodites and their descendants.
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Karma for you! Thanks!
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re-incarnation eh? jesus seems to affirm that with the whole elijah /john the baptist thing. hell just send us back till we learn our damn lessons
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he Book of Job begins with an introduction to Job's character—he is described as a blessed man who lives righteously. God's praise of Job prompts Satan to challenge Job's integrity and suggesting that Job serves God simply because he protects him. God removes Job's protection, allowing Satan to take his wealth, his children, and his physical health in order to tempt Job to curse God. Despite his difficult circumstances, he does not curse God, but rather curses the day of his birth. And although he protests his plight and pleads for an explanation, he stops short of accusing God of injustice.
 Quoting: Goofy for God

I'm aware who Job is and what happened to him, what's your point for the 'review'?
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re-incarnation eh? jesus seems to affirm that with the whole elijah /john the baptist thing. hell just send us back till we learn our damn lessons
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Not really, we have this life, death and then one resurrection, there are no more deaths and no more resurrections. Since anyone resurrected is equal to being an angel if they died then they would be sent to the fiery lake and there is no coming back from there.

Heb:9:27:
And as it is appointed unto men once to die,
but after this the judgment:
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I don’t know if there were any giants, but the “land of Nod” was indeed the land of the “nephilim”. This is well-documented in the Urantia Book.

(757.5) 67:4.2 The sixty members of the planetary staff who went into rebellion chose Nod as their leader. They worked wholeheartedly for the rebel Prince but soon discovered that they were deprived of the sustenance of the system life circuits. They awakened to the fact that they had been degraded to the status of mortal beings. They were indeed superhuman but, at the same time, material and mortal. In an effort to increase their numbers, Daligastia ordered immediate resort to sexual reproduction, knowing full well that the original sixty and their forty-four modified Andonite associates were doomed to suffer extinction by death, sooner or later. After the fall of Dalamatia the disloyal staff migrated to the north and the east. Their descendants were long known as the Nodites, and their dwelling place as “the land of Nod.”

(758.1) 67:4.3 The presence of these extraordinary supermen and superwomen, stranded by rebellion and presently mating with the sons and daughters of earth, easily gave origin to those traditional stories of the gods coming down to mate with mortals. And thus originated the thousand and one legends of a mythical nature, but founded on the facts of the postrebellion days, which later found a place in the folk tales and traditions of the various peoples whose ancestors had participated in these contacts with the Nodites and their descendants.
 Quoting: overmind

Work with the info given, women were taken as wives so children is the next phase unless you thing their only purpose was to wash their socks. Giants would be the children and passages in later texts say they had 24 fingers and toes. The verse below would indicate they lived in the whole earth rather than in the next suburb from where Adam and Eve set up camp.

Ge:6:5:
And GOD saw that the wickedness of man was great in the earth,
and that every imagination of the thoughts of his heart was only evil continually.
Ge:6:6:
And it repented the LORD that he had made man on the earth,
and it grieved him at his heart.
Ge:6:7:
And the LORD said,
I will destroy man whom I have created from the face of the earth;
both man,
and beast,
and the creeping thing,
and the fowls of the air;
for it repenteth me that I have made them.

The above at least explains that Adam and Eve's children weren't getting married to each other but rather the boys would have married some of the children born to the fallen angels, that genetic diversity resulted in races and such.
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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).

[link to www.gotquestions.org]





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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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.
 Quoting: MHz


The apostle John wrote those, or supposedly did anyway.
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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.
 Quoting: MHz


The apostle John wrote those, or supposedly did anyway.
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Peter, James and John were the 3 that saw two specific events, the vision where Moses and Elias were seen and the resurrection of a girl. Neither of those are mentioned in the Gospel of John. All references in that Gospel are for John the Baptist, the two verses below are about a disciple of John the Baptist and like it or not it is a reference to the one that is called the 'beloved Disciple' and that just happens to be Mary of Bethany.

Joh:1:40:
One of the two which heard John speak,
and followed him,
was Andrew,
Simon Peter's brother.

Joh:21:24:
This is the disciple which testifieth of these things,
and wrote these things:
and we know that his testimony is true.

Lu:10:41:
And Jesus answered and said unto her,
Martha,
Martha,
thou art careful and troubled about many things:
Lu:10:42:
But one thing is needful:
and Mary hath chosen that good part,
which shall not be taken away from her.

2Jo:1:1:
The elder unto the elect lady and her children,
whom I love in the truth;
and not I only,
but also all they that have known the truth;

2Jo:1:13:
The children of thy elect sister greet thee.
Amen.

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