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    • I see it like this 2 houses need to be joined into one again. Judah and Ephrayim These are the two brides who have their own companions joined to them. Hence it makes sence to think of the possibility of two last trumpet calls for each bride. Rosh Hashanah being the last trumpet call of the christian bride =  resurrection/Rapture = the 7th trumpet of Rev. 10 days later On Yom Kippur the last trumpet call for the jewish bride= day of atonement = Rev 19/ Zechariah 12  
    • I never have been to their websites or their likes, another accusation.  You are on ignore.
    • The death penalty is not about deterring crime; it's about justice for the victims.   I think someone should face the death penalty in the same manner they killed their victim. The innocent people are being set free from prison due to modern technological advances.  No one likes seeing innocent people wrongfully executed and the government should be required to make restitution to the families of those they wrongfully executed.  But that does mean we should get rid of the death penalty.  It is right and it is just and it came from God.
    • Theres no violation, 2 brides will become one stick/ 1 bride again. The sequence of this event is what is at the heart of escatology.  There are two confusions which is noted in the debate The first confusion At one time, all twelve tribes were united under King David who was the King of Judah and Israel. Because Jerusalem is the holy city built by David who is from the teibe of Judah, this means that all twelve tribes would have been considered “Jews" when they were under the “scepter“ or the authority of the Kingdom of Judah. This is the One wife. But after Solomon died, the two kingdoms split in 1st Kings 12, and then they became two separate nations: Judah & Ephrayim.  2 brides, who are destined to become one wife again. Both these brides have gentile companions. Ezekiel 37:16 Moreover, you son of man,take you one stick, and write upon it, For Judah, and for the children of Israel his companions: then take another stick, and write upon it, For Joseph, the stick of Ephrayim and for all the house of Israel his companions:  In otherwords the Jews have their gentile converts and Ephrayim  who is christian and her gentile christian companions. As you should know Ephrayim who was prophesied over by his grandfather Jacob that he would become “a multitude of nations.” Christians. But until Christ unifies these tribes (2 brides), there is still a separation between The House of Ephrayim & the House of (Judah). Christianity at large is still like Ephrayim who is “joined to idols“ (Hosea 4:17). And Judaism does not recognize Christianity as being part of the covenant, because they do not recognize Christ. So both houses continue to be at odds with one another.  Strickly speaking when we speak of Christs bride, which bride? As we should either refer to his bride as either Judah or Ephrayim, depending on which bride and context in eschatology. The House of Ephrayim represents more than just the physical descendants of Joseph. Ephrayim is a metaphor of every human being who admits his fallen state and comes back to the Father repenting and when he does, he receives blood atonement. The second confusion My apology, was thinking of Isaac and Rebekah while typing, as that was another prophetic marriage I was thinking of at the time. However look at the prophetic template. 1: symbolism of the 12 tribes. Leah ended up with 10 sons when Rachel died. The two sons of Rachel born to her by her handmaiden Bilhah were still considered the sons of Rachel. 2: Jews reject their messiah Rachel symbolizes the one whom Jacob loved and wanted to marry, but when he came for her, she did not receive him. In fact Rachel traded Jacob to Leah Did Pilate not gave the Jews a choice between Jesus and Barabbas? John 1:11 He came to that which was his own, but his own did not receive him. 3: two weddings First seven days correlate to the seven-day wedding of Leah & Jacob and tAnd then there is yet another seven days for the other bride typified in Rachel and this is when both brides (Leah & Rachel) symbolizing Ephrayim & Judah will be made “one stick” Further Jacob works an additional 7 years for Rachel and this corrolates with the 7 year burning of weapons. Jacob worked for seven years for Leah is symbolic of the seven-year ministry of Christ that was cut in half to only 3 ½ years at his first coming. Even though his ministry is for seven years, “in the midst of the week” he caused “the sacrifice and the oblation to cease” to be acceptable before the Father in Heaven (Daniel 9:27). And then, the latter part of his seven-year ministry for Leah will be fulfilled by his “Two Witnesses” in Revelation 11:3-4 as they will prophesy for 1,260 days (3 ½ years). Now based on the prophetic template Christ will then marry Leah (Ephrayim) which is the 7th trumpet which is the last Trumpet for the Christian bride Rosh Hashanah. Then based on Exodus 19:10-12, prophetic pattern. Moses commanded the people of Israel to “wash their wedding garments” and to be ready “unto the third day”  On the 3rd day of Rosh Hashanah is the resurrection and Rapture which leads us to 7 day marriage with Christ. 10 days. From Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur is 10 days. On the 10th day Christ will proceed to pure out his spirit on His second Bride. Because if you notice in Zechariah 12 we have Yom Kippur language....the day of atonement for the house of judah. Where Christ well then proceed to marry his second bride. The last trumpet call for his second bride. Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur do not occur on the same day. Hebrew idiom has Rosh Hashanah as the day of resurrection and coronation of a king. Yom Kippur Hebrew idiom is day of Atonement. There are two last trumpets for two brides. You will notice that Leah’s name means “cow” (bullock symbolism of Ephrayim) and Rachel’s name means “lamb” (goat symbolism of Judah). What does this typology mean? It means that on that final day of Yom Kippur, Christ will act as the High Priest (Kohen Gadowl) who will mix the blood of these two families (two brides) together and he will make them “one bride” or “one stick". In conclusion of that, here we have a prophetic template of two brides who are married in quick successions How does Rachel symbolize Judah, when it was Leah who gave birth to Judah?”  The answer to that is simple. When the Two Houses of Israel split into two separate nations as seen in 1st Kings 12, the Tribe of Benjamin (Rachel’s second son after Joseph) assimilated into Judah. Hence, Rachel’s son became part of Judah. Leah’s son, Judah became the “keeper of Benjamin forever” (Genesis 43:8-9) and so Judah then became a son of Rachel by proxy.  4: Jacob Buried with Leah Jacob was a prophetic type of Christ and leah was a prophetic type of the house of Ephrayim. Leah being buried with Jacob is a prophetic pattern of the gospel. Romans 6:4 Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death Rachel on the other hand was buried in Judah, hence she is the prophetic type of the Jews (house of Judah).  
    • That's a ridiculous question.  That only applied to Israel under a theocracy.  Leviticus 25:44-46 is not a commandment to have slaves.   It is regulation of slavery.   Slavery was part of the ancient near eastern culture.   The prohibits the inhumane treatment of slaves.   But there is no commandment, "thou shalt have slaves."   Anyone who knows the Bible would know that.
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