I will now answer and comment on what you say.
"Why I ask you is that God gave me seven eyes through the stone of perfection, which is Christ. That is foretold in Scripture, so you cannot annul it." Quoting: TheSeventhGate
These are unsubstantiated claims. I will not just take your word for it. How about provide some EVIDENCE for these claims. You match none of the things that the Bible says about the two witnesses. You have proven nothing. You are just like the others. You are just like Chip. No evidence, just unsubstantiated claims, one after the other and I don't believe them for a second. You don't know the word of God as well as you like to think you do. You take it out of context a lot which no true witness would do, they will know how to apply it it's correct context and will NOT twist it to suit their agenda like you have.
For a person who does not know biblical times and numbers and the setting of prophecies, both historical and spiritual, it is natural to see only "unsubstantiaed claims". This is clearly said by Paul the apostle in 1 Cor 2:14:
But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned. Quoting: The Bible
Since you say that Paul is false you are in fact making unsubstantiated claims yourself, without having any evidence for what you say. In Isa 46:10 God speaks through His prophet saying this:
Declaring the end from the beginning, and from ancient times the things that are not yet done, saying, My counsel shall stand, and I will do all my pleasure. Quoting: The Bible
What this means is that the words that God declared from the beginning about things yet to come, for instance about the two witnesses of Rev 11:3, have both a literal and a spiritual meaning, for the old literal worship of God through sacrifices has become a spiritual worship through the Holy Spirit, yet both the literal and the spiritual meanings are hidden in the same prophetic words. As long as you do not see this biblical fact you will also not see substantiated truths. That I am like "the others", Chip included, is just rubbish on your part, for none of them have spoken according to Scripture as I have done. That is why their words can be easily refuted while my words are firmly based on Scripture. When you say that I "don't know the word of God as well as you like to think you do," you are in fact speaking about yourself! That I take the word of God, as you say, "out of context
a lot which no true witness would do," will be impossible for you to prove. So until you prove your words you will stay a liar.
One example is he comes from the north. I forget what book it comes from, please remind me again. It apply s to King Nebuchadnezzar or the Babylonians but you shamefully twist it in regards to you. You also claim to be an angel which is ludicrous in itself and can not be true since you were born of a Women. You are false Prophet who is headed to the Lake of Fire if you do not repent of your lies and deceptions. Quoting: TheSeventhGate
What Scripture foretells about the one that comes from the north, which I have referred to, is the following verse (Isa 41:25):
Quoting: The Bible
I have raised up one from the north, and he shall come: from the rising of the sun shall he call upon my name: and he shall come upon princes as upon morter, and as the potter treadeth clay.
The context of this verse is Isa 41 which threatens ungodly peoples and comforts Israel, so how can you say that the verse refers to King Nebuchadnezzar or the Babylonians? The chapter does not foretell the victory by the Babylonians over Israel but rather the victory by Israel over her enemies. It is you who take the verse out of context and therefore found yourself to be what you accuse me of being. What a shame!
Why do you blame me for saying that I am an angel of God? What do you think is worse, being an angel or being among them who Scripture calls "gods"? I suppose you will say that Jesus is a false teacher like you say Paul is, since Jesus said the following words (Joh 10:34-36):
Jesus answered them, Is it not written in your law, I said, Ye are gods? If he called them gods, unto whom the word of God came, and the scripture cannot be broken; Say ye of him, whom the Father hath sanctified, and sent into the world, Thou blasphemest; because I said, I am the Son of God? Quoting: The Bible
That I am ludicrous, as you say, is no wonder, for those who think so and have a laugh are depicted in Psalm 80:6:
Thou makest us a strife unto our neighbours: and our enemies laugh among themselves. Quoting: The Bible
Since you are so cocksure about me being what you call a "false Prophet", why are you so weak as not to be able to refute my words? Instead of refuting me you are yourself being refuted, as all people can see here on GLP. Again, what a shame! And why do you call me a prophet in spite of me being a witness. Do you not respect Scripture?
My answer: Quoting: TheSeventhGate
So you are in fact telling here that if you do not know or understand something told to you by a person you are at the same time therefore also in the position to call that person "deluded"? Quoting: PehJeshuah
Total rubbish and you are twisting what I said, you like doing that, don't you?
I fully understand you and what you are saying so that argument is void.
And please provide chapter and verse proving this.
No, I am not twisting what you say, for in spite of first saying that you do not understand me you dare proceed to judge what you do not understand! You are very dishonest to reality! When you say that you fully understand me you are once again contradicting yourself, now saying instead that you do understand me, even fully! Could we say that your behaviour is ludicrous?
What should I provide chapter and verse for, to prove what? Can a person like you, who denounce the words of our Saviour, Jesus Christ, and of His apostle and witness, Paul?
I have used Scripture to back up what I say Quoting: PehJeshuah
And where did I claim Prophecy's fulfilled?
which doesn't say that two prophets become witnesses but rather that two witnesses become prophets.
They are one and the same so now you are just hair-splitting. You are twisting like a slippery eel to give yourself leg room. Quoting: TheSeventhGate
Are they? If a witness of God be automatically also a prophet, then try to apply that falsehood of yours on people who lived in the Old Testament time, who were of God. Read Isa 43:10:
Ye are my witnesses, saith Jehovah, and my servant whom I have chosen; that ye may know and believe me, and understand that I am he: before me there was no God formed, neither shall there be after me. Quoting: The Bible
Here it is explained that they are witnesses in respect of knowing and believing in God, not because of the faculty of prophesying. In Heb 1:1:
God, having of old time spoken unto the fathers in the prophets by divers portions and in divers manners. Quoting: The Bible
Would you say that all the fathers unto whom the prophets spoke were themselves prophets, and if so, why should a true prophet speak to a true prophet, as though the latter were no prophet at all? Or, since the fathers were spoken to by the prophets, would you say that they were ungodly people, such as knew and believed not in God? If you admit that they indeed did know and believe in God then you must also admit that they were witnesses of God, in spite of not being prophets! You see, I am not splitting hair or twisting Scripture, but speaking from the foundation of Scripture, at the same time showing you to be wrong.
REVELATION 11:3 "And I will give power to my two witnesses, and they will prophesy one thousand two hundred and sixty days, clothed in sackcloth." 4 These are the two olive trees and the two lampstands standing before the God of the earth. 5 And if anyone wants to harm them, fire proceeds from their mouth and devours their enemies. And if anyone wants to harm them, he must be killed in this manner. 6 These have power to shut heaven, so that no rain falls in the days of their prophecy; and they have power over waters to turn them to blood, and to strike the earth with all plagues, as often as they desire. (NKJV) Quoting: TheSeventhGate
You have done none of those things and you have been doing this for over the set time which is 1260days. You fail.
Are you sure? Have I not already refuted your lies and thus showed everybody that there is no living water in you, only falsehood, and in doing so I have made your water into blood, showing it to be a mixture of lies that kills and thus from the Devil himself! Your ignorance does not annul the true meaning of Scripture. You think in your stupidity that the time period of the two witnesses is "one thousand two hundred and sixty days," but that is wrong since that time period applies to their work as prophets and not as witnesses.
My answer: Quoting: TheSeventhGate
But the law is spiritual, so the Sabbath points to the song of the Lamb, that is mentioned in Revelation, and not to Saturday. Quoting: PehJeshuah
To this above just shows you to be a lawless, apostate, Lutheran anti-Christ.
The Law has always been literal, you are just spouting false Prophet Pauline doctrine. You are so obvious. You bring nothing new but only your vain egocentricity.
What law are you speaking about? If you mean God's law I will ask you why the law of God who is Spirit would be only literal? He who commands the whole universe and all existence, why should His law be reduced to the material world of small human beings on this earth? We need no Paul to understand the right answer, though he has the right answer in spite of your disrespect of him.
Since you say that I am so obvious in my vain egocentricity people will wonder why you do not feel and see my power in Scripture, such as has put you to shame without yourself having yet understood it. Go on in your stupidity and lick your wounds in the end, for the true witness of God has spoken against you!