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Chief Cornerstone

 
Anonymous Coward
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09/28/2014 07:14 PM
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Chief Cornerstone
Psalm 118:22

"The stone which the builders rejected has become the Chief corner stone."

The builders, obviously, are the masons. Now, connect the dots. According to the Gospels in the New Testament, the chief cornerstone is the messiah that many call Christ. The masons use cornerstones in their buildings and are known for it. The masons are said to view Christ as their arch-nemesis, which means that they *still* reject the Chief Cornerstone, even to this day.

So, could it be that through sorcery and society, the masons are attempting to create an "evil facsimile" to replace the Chief Cornerstone with, after "defeating Christ and God", thus attaining the "freedom" from Karma that they desire?

Maybe this is why the cornerstone on the GGstones was smashed ?
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09/28/2014 07:35 PM
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"The masons are said to view Christ as their arch-nemesis"

Could you back that up with actual proof, ie., text quoted from one of their books where it is stated in writing that Christ is their enemy??
( Oh, and please do not quote a line were they praise Lucifer, as Lucifer can have different meanings.)
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09/28/2014 07:52 PM
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I was hoping you would provide clarity.
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09/28/2014 08:19 PM
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Re: Chief Cornerstone
OP.

I've been thinking lately about the difference between a builder and a Creator.

The difference between a Lord and a Father.

The fact that the Bible talks of a second 'creation' (a creation within the Creation?).

The rebellion against the Creator spoken of in Genesis and the subsequent fallen world.

What Jesus did and said when he came here, and what he promised.





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