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    Matthew 3:7 But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come? The wrath to come are the events of the great tribulation and the day of the Lord, in which, Israel will be turned from ungodliness, refined and purified, and will turn to the Lord. Matthew 3:10 And now also the axe is laid unto the root of the trees: therefore every tree which bringeth not forth good fruit is hewn down, and cast into the fire. Matthew 3:11 I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance: but he that cometh after me is mightier than I, whose shoes I am not worthy to bear: he shall baptize you with the Holy Ghost, and with fire: Matthew 3:12 Whose fan is in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor, and gather his wheat into the garner; but he will burn up the chaff with unquenchable fire. In the tribulation, apostate, unbelieving Israel, will be seperated from the believing Israel of God. 1 Thessalonians 1:10 And to wait for his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, even Jesus, which delivered us from the wrath to come. The church, the body of Christ, has been delivered from the coming wrath of God.      
  3. Why is it so important for you to learn more about demons and the occult? Shouldn't you stay focused on Jesus Christ?
  4. What does the Bible say? It says to be careful not to give the devil a foothold in your life. Why? …because if you allow him (Satan), he will be delighted to come on in and wreak havoc in every part of your life. Don’t be deceived. Jesus is greater than he who is in the world. Order Satan out in the name of Jesus. You have the POWER. Yep, the TRUTH will set you free. —Selah Oh, and the answer to your question above is “NONE!” … because I do not find Satan attractive; I find him to be an abomination. —Selah
  5. What does the Bible say? It says to be careful not to give the devil a foothold in your life. Why? …because if you allow him (Satan), he will be delighted to come on in and wreak havoc in every part of your life. Don’t be deceived. Jesus is greater than he who is in the world. Order Satan out in the name of Jesus. You have the POWER. Yep, the TRUTH will set you free. —Selah
  6. Just as each day in the 70 weeks prophecy of Daniel symbolized 1 literal year, which equated to 490 literal years, so does each day in the 42 months prophecy of Revelation symbolize 1 literal year, equating to 1,260 literal years. Why is it so difficult for you people gain understanding? You block yourselves from attaining knowledge of God, and deliberately choose to remain in the dark.
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  8. You know, sweeping generalizations and assumptions about someones life is rarely a good thing. You have no way of knowing what I, or anyone else on here, has been through or dealt with, or is dealing with right now. I suggest you lose the "you lot know nothing about reality" line and learn something from God, from His Scriptures, quoted in this thread. If your reality is not in line with Gods promises and scripture, the problem is not with God and scripture. PS, its not some competition on how scary are/were your demon encounter experiences. Or do you not accept the reality of the Holy Spirit indwelling in Christians? or His promise and assurances of protection?
  9. Yes, and all believers are Daniel's people.
  10. Only in a fantasy. No scripture supports this.
  11. The 42 months prophecy symbolizes 1,260 literal years.
  12. how many demons have you stood nose to nose with and demanded they do something??? I'm not talking about telling them to leave someone but when they leave and manifest themselves right in your face....
  13. Yes it's a distraction. Nothing to do with the point. These times must be accounted for at the end of the age. Since Rev has not happened yet the two periods of 42 months are yet to occur. That equals 7 years, remarkably similar to the missing week of Daniel.
  14. I guess I've just been blessed in knowing people who thought they had the Holy Spirit and didn't.... I think maybe I'm not really talking to you in the warning.... and I think you have not had the experience in dealing with the dark side directly in other peoples lives.... knowing scripture is one thing, standing face to face with evil and not blinking is something else and one needs to know their standing with the Lord before they do so....
  15. and and thats just two of the many scriptures on this.
  16. FaithGirl

    Life falling apart

    Praying for you and your family
  17. A Believer, one who has been born from above, has the Holy Spirit in-dwelling inside. The Godhead is a triune God. In JESUS, by HIS precious blood He shed for whoever would believe on HIM, we have the POWER to order Satan out of our lives. Hallelujah! —Selah
  18. but.......we are Born Again Christians. The Holy Spirit is with us always. We do not need to ask for a special dispensation of Holy Spirit when praying for anything, not even praying for defense against demons. The Holy Spirit is not some force to be called upon for us, He is there, all the time, and when we pray. I dont get why this is even an issue. Do you think the Holy Spirit comes and goes at our bidding or something? (genuine question)
  19. and in Jesus name is the power through the Holy Sprit.... for it is He that puts us in contact with Jesus and the authority that comes from him..... I just want everyone to understand where that is coming from and through.... and make sure we have the Holy Spirit before we get involved or we'll end up as some did who got beat up that didn't have the Holy Spirit....
  20. Not in heaven…nope. Here… on earth… in JESUS’ name. … Selah
  21. but is Michael using his own power or expressing the power of God... You seem to think I'm a follower of KC when I'm putting him down..... that's weird.... I've read or listened to the bible hundreds of times over the past 65 years....\ I really do hope you don't think any of us is going to take on the devil and kick him out of heaven....
  22. alv_c

    3-1/2 year trib/ NOT 7

    The 70 weeks prophecy and the millennial Shabbat of 1,000 years are two different times. The 70 weeks prophecy was concerning the first coming of the Messiah, when he was anointed, was cut off, ended sacrifices, established his own covenant, and ended sin through his blood. Yet the millennial Shabbat begins at the second coming of the Messiah, in the Year 6000 YB, Year from the Beginning, which we are less than 8 years away from reaching. Read this study http://www.wisdomofgod.us/2018/11/06/when-the-year-of-the-second-coming-will-be-the-millennial-shabbat-of-the-year-6000-yb-jubilees-and-the-12901335-days-of-daniel/ .
  23. turtletwo

    Heart After God

    @Annette This is such a good question! Thanks for asking it. I've had loved ones who have asked me the same (especially in light of David's adultery with Bathsheba followed by setting her husband up to be killed in battle when she got pregnant with David's child.) The first thing that stands out about David is his faith...In all the land there was not one other person who would rise to the challenge to fight Goliath! "And David said, “The LORD who delivered me from the paw of the lion and from the paw of the bear will deliver me from the hand of this Philistine.” And Saul said to David, “Go, and the LORD be with you!” (1 Samuel 17:37) Hebrews 11:6 tells us that without faith it is impossible to please God. Faith is very important to God. It is a theme woven throughout the Bible over and over. So David's trust in the Lord was key to their close relationship. David was also a man of worship. He is described as "the sweet psalmist" in 2 Samuel 23:1. All those beautiful songs that are part of our Bible today poured forth from his innermost being. "“O give thanks unto the LORD; for he is good: because his mercy endureth for ever.”Psalms 118:1 This was a reoccurring cry of praise from David. He was a man of zeal who put his all into everything he did. For example: he danced before the Lord with abandon in 2 Samuel 6:14 “And David danced before the LORD with all his might" God said of David that he was one who would fulfil his will. "he raised up unto them David to be their king; to whom also he gave testimony, and said, I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will.” Acts 13:22 David must have loved God deeply to have grieved as deeply as he did in the anguished words of Psalm 51. Yes, he fell big but he also repented hard. He could not bear the thought of being separated from God. "Cast me not away from thy presence; and take not thy holy spirit from me. Restore unto me the joy of thy salvation; and uphold me with thy free spirit." Psalm 51:11-12 I'm sure there are more reasons and I look forward to following this thread and hearing everyone's thoughts.
  24. alv_c

    3-1/2 year trib/ NOT 7

    It's not that I don't love Jews, I am a Jew, of Sephardic heritage, it's just that this is the truth, that the Jews who refused to believe in Yeshuah will be trampled, which are symbolized by the grapes of wrath that are trampled outside the city in the book of Revelation, and which is why Yeshuah himself said, "the sons of the kingdom will be cast out", meaning the Jews. Whereas the Jews who believed in Yeshuah, in combination with the Gentiles who also believed in Yeshuah, which are grafted into Israel, will all become the new glorified Israel, 144,000 chosen.
  25. Well enough that most do not know, except those he appointed would understand his appointed times he gave in his own Torah.
  26. Jayne

    Heart After God

    Bear with me..... 2 Samuel 15:13 says that the hearts of the people were after Absalom. Ezekiel 11:21 says that the people's hearts walked after the heart of their detestable things. Ezekiel 20:16 says that the people's hearts went after their idols and verse 33:31 says their hearts went after their covetousness. When the Bible says "after the heart" of something, it means in pursuit of that thing, in devotion to that thing, housing your "seat of appetites" there. 1 Samuel 13:14 says that God went looking for a man after his own heart. By the unfolding of the story, we can assume is was David. Paul says in Acts 13:22 that God announced that he found David as the man after his own heart who would fulfill his (God's) will. In this we can know it was David. David was devoted, in pursuit of, and housed his seat of appetites in God's heart. Not always.....but in his ultimate pursuit, God's heart was his goal. Some people take David being a man after God's own heart to mean that David was somehow divine or the most Godly man on the planet, someone others cannot match, or someone who didn't make mistakes or was a goody-goody. Not so: King David had multiple wives. Deuteronomy 17:17 said that the kings of Israel were not to do that. It cost him a Godly relationship with not only his wives, but his children. And terrible things happened in his family because David never made his children tow the line. David planned on murder in his heart of innocent men when Nabal insulted him. I know he was tired and was in a mental turmoil in having to deal with Saul, however, that does not excuse his desire to kill every man and boy on Nabal's property. David, in hiding from Saul, made friends with the Philistines. The same Philistines who mocked God when he was a young man and as a young man killed Goliath for it. He and his men and families lived in Ziklag for a year and 4 months. David was in deep despair and depression because of Saul. He and his men raided from nearby Philistine towns to meet their needs. They don't want the Philistines, with whom they are living, to tell what he is doing, so every time he and his men raided a town, they killedeveryone to keep the truth of what they are doing a secret. If some did ask, he would lie and say that he and his men had raided towns in Judah - from his own people. Murder, lies, coverups. Some wonder how David could take Bathsheba knowing that she was another man's wife. Some wonder how he could kill Uriah to cover it up. These people haven't read 1 Samuel 27-30. In fact, 2 Samuel 12 - 24 gives the account of David's suffering for his sins. David purposely takes a census of his fighting men. Some that is a clear violation of God's law. It was so offensive that even JOAB was disgusting by it and refused to count all of the tribes. HOWEVER...….. What proves that David is a man after God's own heart - pursuing God's heart, devoted to it is the fact that David REPENTS of his sins and as far as we know doesn't commit that same sin after he repents. Psalm 51 and quite possibly 33 is David's wonderful song of repentance and is THE example of how we should repent before God. When David was murdering and raiding, King Saul was also in deep despair because God rejected him as King. David turns to God. King Saul turns to a witch. King Saul dies. David lives. When David counted the people, God gave him three choices of a punishment. David chose sending a plague to the people have thousands of them die brutal deaths. David was grieved over that choice and begged God to transfer the plague to him and his family. God refused, but God also was not happy in the destruction of the wicked. God told his death angel, "ENOUGH!" David loved God's word, his precepts, and laws. Thank GOD that my sins are not listed in the Bible. What about you? What if, like King David, our lives - the good, the bad, and the ugly - was in PRINT for the world and for eons of generations to see. I'd crawl in a hole and wish to die. David sinned and sinned terribly, as we do. But David always returned to God and his heart. His pursuit was to be holy as God is holy.
  27. Thanks Angels, thats the link I was looking for in my previous post : )
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