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Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim

 
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Anyone else think Jesus was also talking about the fallen angels producing offspring in His parable of wheat and tares?

The Parable of the Wheat and the Tares

24 Another parable He put forth to them, saying: “The kingdom of heaven is like a man who sowed good seed in his field; 25 but while men slept, his enemy came and sowed tares among the wheat and went his way. 26 But when the grain had sprouted and produced a crop, then the tares also appeared. 27 So the servants of the owner came and said to him, ‘Sir, did you not sow good seed in your field? How then does it have tares?’ 28 He said to them, ‘An enemy has done this.’ The servants said to him, ‘Do you want us then to go and gather them up?’ 29 But he said, ‘No, lest while you gather up the tares you also uproot the wheat with them. 30 Let both grow together until the harvest, and at the time of harvest I will say to the reapers, “First gather together the tares and bind them in bundles to burn them, but gather the wheat into my barn.”’”
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There is no in between, your either filled with God or santan. You can't be void.
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There is no in between, your either filled with God or santan. You can't be void.
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agreed. But do you think these verses are talking about what took place in Gen 6:4?
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No..he is talking about the children of Israel at the time of Jesus were scattered into all nations. Be it sent into captivity or having joined the Hellenistic movement.
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could it not also be talking about the nephilim?
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Read what Jesus says here Mathews 25:31 - 46

So no I don't think so.

People are being divided based on how they loved and helped others.

Now once savers, will say if you believe, good works will follow.

I say really?

Have you sinned after "believing"?

If yes, that means "good works" didn't come from "believing".

Meaning, you're God given willpower to make a choice and live by Jesus' teachings are still important after accepting him.

"Faith without works is dead".
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No. His apostles were a special group of people.

This was a direct threat/statement to a specific group who should have understood because of other things going on.
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Read what Jesus says here Mathews 25:31 - 46

So no I don't think so.

People are being divided based on how they loved and helped others.

Now once savers, will say if you believe, good works will follow.

I say really?

Have you sinned after "believing"?

If yes, that means "good works" didn't come from "believing".

Meaning, you're God given willpower to make a choice and live by Jesus' teachings are still important after accepting him.

"Faith without works is dead".
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how does that apply to the parable of the wheat and tares?
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Just watched a yt video on this and think yes the tarse are nephillim
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could it not also be talking about the nephilim?
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I don't think so.

The nephilim were certainly real and some of their actual descendants may be among the same people Israel is still surrounded and threatened by today because they didn't wipe them all out when God told them too. Goliath was called a son of Rapha which was a nephilim and the same people are still there today causing the same trouble.

That said, I believe the wheat and tares parable is spiritual in nature. That is, the wheat are those that follow God and the tares are those that fall for Satan's lies.

Last Edited by Resister on 03/31/2017 03:09 PM
"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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could it not also be talking about the nephilim?
 Quoting: Cavjock12


I don't think so.

The nephilim were certainly real and some of their actual descendants may be among the same people Israel is still surrounded and threatened by today because they didn't wipe them all out when God told them too. Goliath was called a son of Rapha which was a nephilim and the same people are still there today causing the same trouble.

That said, I believe the wheat and tares parable is spiritual in nature. That is, the wheat are those that follow God and the tares are those that fall for Satan's lies.
 Quoting: Resister


I agree with everything you have just stated. I guess my question is could it have a duality meaning pertaining to the nephilim. Idk though
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Well the video is wrong.

The tares were the pagans the wheat was the children of God. His seeds were not ready to be harvested so they would be forced to grow with the tares.

Nothing to do with nephilite or fallen angels. It had to do with what would happen right then. The root and the vine had not been reunited.
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
Well the video is wrong.

The tares were the pagans the wheat was the children of God. His seeds were not ready to be harvested so they would be forced to grow with the tares.

Nothing to do with nephilite or fallen angels. It had to do with what would happen right then. The root and the vine had not been reunited.
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but the 2nd part of the parable hasnt happened yet
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
he's talking about Democrats.
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could it not also be talking about the nephilim?
 Quoting: Cavjock12


I don't think so.

The nephilim were certainly real and some of their actual descendants may be among the same people Israel is still surrounded and threatened by today because they didn't wipe them all out when God told them too. Goliath was called a son of Rapha which was a nephilim and the same people are still there today causing the same trouble.

That said, I believe the wheat and tares parable is spiritual in nature. That is, the wheat are those that follow God and the tares are those that fall for Satan's lies.
 Quoting: Resister


I agree with everything you have just stated. I guess my question is could it have a duality meaning pertaining to the nephilim. Idk though
 Quoting: Cavjock12


It's worth keeping in the back of your mind, especially considering the times we live in. The evil is so thick in the world today it's just oozing out around every last vestige of moral tradition and law. They aren't even bothering to hide it anymore.

Jesus did describe the end times "as in the days of Noah". That should give anyone pause because that is a reference to the Genesis 6 account of the nephilim and the wickedness of the Earth at that time.

Keep watch. I believe we are in or very near that time.
"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
Well the video is wrong.

The tares were the pagans the wheat was the children of God. His seeds were not ready to be harvested so they would be forced to grow with the tares.

Nothing to do with nephilite or fallen angels. It had to do with what would happen right then. The root and the vine had not been reunited.
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but the 2nd part of the parable hasnt happened yet
 Quoting: Cavjock12


Keep asking the right questions and you will find out what has and hasnt happened.

I don't know where you are learning that GOD lied about destroying all the nephilite.

There are no nephilite alive their graves are being fought over as pockets of oil.. interesting how we knew where to look.
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
could it not also be talking about the nephilim?
 Quoting: Cavjock12


I don't think so.

The nephilim were certainly real and some of their actual descendants may be among the same people Israel is still surrounded and threatened by today because they didn't wipe them all out when God told them too. Goliath was called a son of Rapha which was a nephilim and the same people are still there today causing the same trouble.

That said, I believe the wheat and tares parable is spiritual in nature. That is, the wheat are those that follow God and the tares are those that fall for Satan's lies.
 Quoting: Resister


I agree with everything you have just stated. I guess my question is could it have a duality meaning pertaining to the nephilim. Idk though
 Quoting: Cavjock12


It's worth keeping in the back of your mind, especially considering the times we live in. The evil is so thick in the world today it's just oozing out around every last vestige of moral tradition and law. They aren't even bothering to hide it anymore.

Jesus did describe the end times "as in the days of Noah". That should give anyone pause because that is a reference to the Genesis 6 account of the nephilim and the wickedness of the Earth at that time.

Keep watch. I believe we are in or very near that time.
 Quoting: Resister


for sure for sure! Thanks for the input!

Have you seen the stuff on sept 27, 2017 and how it relates to Rev chapter 12?
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
Well the video is wrong.

The tares were the pagans the wheat was the children of God. His seeds were not ready to be harvested so they would be forced to grow with the tares.

Nothing to do with nephilite or fallen angels. It had to do with what would happen right then. The root and the vine had not been reunited.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74411386


but the 2nd part of the parable hasnt happened yet
 Quoting: Cavjock12


Keep asking the right questions and you will find out what has and hasnt happened.

I don't know where you are learning that GOD lied about destroying all the nephilite.

There are no nephilite alive their graves are being fought over as pockets of oil.. interesting how we knew where to look.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 74411386


Interesting theory on the oil!

Who do you think Moses was fighting against? or the giants in the promise land were?
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he's talking about Democrats.
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haha you guys made me laugh
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I don't think so.

The nephilim were certainly real and some of their actual descendants may be among the same people Israel is still surrounded and threatened by today because they didn't wipe them all out when God told them too. Goliath was called a son of Rapha which was a nephilim and the same people are still there today causing the same trouble.

That said, I believe the wheat and tares parable is spiritual in nature. That is, the wheat are those that follow God and the tares are those that fall for Satan's lies.
 Quoting: Resister


I agree with everything you have just stated. I guess my question is could it have a duality meaning pertaining to the nephilim. Idk though
 Quoting: Cavjock12


It's worth keeping in the back of your mind, especially considering the times we live in. The evil is so thick in the world today it's just oozing out around every last vestige of moral tradition and law. They aren't even bothering to hide it anymore.

Jesus did describe the end times "as in the days of Noah". That should give anyone pause because that is a reference to the Genesis 6 account of the nephilim and the wickedness of the Earth at that time.

Keep watch. I believe we are in or very near that time.
 Quoting: Resister


for sure for sure! Thanks for the input!

Have you seen the stuff on sept 27, 2017 and how it relates to Rev chapter 12?
 Quoting: Cavjock12


You mean the astrological convergence of constellations that could be construed to be a heavenly sign of a virgin in heaven giving birth with a crown of stars at her head and moon at her feet? ... for the first time ever in recorded history? ... at the start of the Hebrew new year and the feast of trumpets?

Yeah. Spooky. Our God is an awesome God.
"God forbid we should ever be 20 years without such a rebellion. The people cannot be all, & always, well informed... If they remain quiet under such misconceptions it is a lethargy, the forerunner of death to the public liberty... Let them take arms... What signify a few lives lost in a century or two? The tree of liberty must be refreshed from time to time with the blood of patriots & tyrants. " - Thomas Jefferson in 1787
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I agree with everything you have just stated. I guess my question is could it have a duality meaning pertaining to the nephilim. Idk though
 Quoting: Cavjock12


It's worth keeping in the back of your mind, especially considering the times we live in. The evil is so thick in the world today it's just oozing out around every last vestige of moral tradition and law. They aren't even bothering to hide it anymore.

Jesus did describe the end times "as in the days of Noah". That should give anyone pause because that is a reference to the Genesis 6 account of the nephilim and the wickedness of the Earth at that time.

Keep watch. I believe we are in or very near that time.
 Quoting: Resister


for sure for sure! Thanks for the input!

Have you seen the stuff on sept 27, 2017 and how it relates to Rev chapter 12?
 Quoting: Cavjock12


You mean the astrological convergence of constellations that could be construed to be a heavenly sign of a virgin in heaven giving birth with a crown of stars at her head and moon at her feet? ... for the first time ever in recorded history? ... at the start of the Hebrew new year and the feast of trumpets?

Yeah. Spooky. Our God is an awesome God.
 Quoting: Resister


Yes! It is spooky! God is awesome
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
he's talking about Democrats.
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monsanto
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haha you guys made me laugh
 Quoting: Cavjock12


Its not a joke, look what they support


Gay Marriage
Abortion- Murder-mark of cain
most blacks are convicted murderers-mark of cain
Transgenderism
Communism
Marxism

I could go on all day
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
Most of the text about infiltrators, sinners, murderers that are hell bound is regarding the fallen and the nephilim.
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correct, we are not immortal so cannot burn forever in hell, angels..not so lucky..they are immortal, so cannot be killed, so will burn in hell...forever!
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Most of the text about infiltrators, sinners, murderers that are hell bound is regarding the fallen and the nephilim.
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correct, we are not immortal so cannot burn forever in hell, angels..not so lucky..they are immortal, so cannot be killed, so will burn in hell...forever!
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our spirits are immortal
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Most of the text about infiltrators, sinners, murderers that are hell bound is regarding the fallen and the nephilim.
 Quoting: Chip


correct, we are not immortal so cannot burn forever in hell, angels..not so lucky..they are immortal, so cannot be killed, so will burn in hell...forever!
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our spirits are immortal
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There is the possibility of the 2nd death.
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Yes, I dont know exactly where I find myself on that fence. There is ALOT of supportive verses for 2nd death as extinction and the possibility for eternal damnation.

I dont want to be in either regardless of what it is.
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our spirits are immortal
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There is the possibility of the 2nd death.
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Yes, I dont know exactly where I find myself on that fence. There is ALOT of supportive verses for 2nd death as extinction and the possibility for eternal damnation.

I dont want to be in either regardless of what it is.
 Quoting: Cavjock12


The second death is after the 1000 year reign when all will be taught the truth. The individuals that cannot love the truth are eliminated and forgotten.
 Quoting: Chip


Probably true.

I also think the 1000s reign is a training period to see how we are suppose to rule and reign with Jesus being the example for a 1000 years.
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Re: Parable of Wheat and Tares and the Nephilim
There is no 'Nephilim'.
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Maybe.. there is no fire.. but a space ship.. that comes and says what is the name of my son.. the name.of your father.

And the earth is relieved once and for all of the trojan virus
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There is no 'Nephilim'.
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Maybe there is no you.
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Would that not be great. could this dimension and reality be finally over where I don't see you and say whatever is true.. all of the death.. please My ISHI let me never call this narcissistic fool who covers himself in the blood of a priest because he can't gird himself in your presence.. do not ever let me be blind to how he justifies his existence as.. a man I your presence. And may he always be reminded why he is unworthy of s woman who calls him.. Lord





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