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    • 'healing of the nations"...if the tree is figuarative, then so is the healing. I take a more literal approach as I do most Scripture.
    • ... and many value money, power and pride over God's word. It's not always easy to draw a line between false and true Christianity, but of course we can not fellowship with all sorts of people who  call themselves "Christians" just for the sake of "unity".  Paul wrote:  But I now have written unto you not to keep company with any man who is called a brother if he is a fornicator, or covetous, or an idolater, or a railer, or a drunkard, or an extortioner. With such a one you are not even to eat. I know many "Christians" who live in adultery and claim salvation with full confidence because they are taught OSAS in their churches. We cannot fellowship with them! Instead, we must pray for their true conversion.
    • Liberal..."with man, all things are possible" Ecclesiastes 7:29 KJVS
      [29] Lo, this only have I found, that God hath made man upright; but they have sought out many inventions. Christian..."with God, all things are possible"... Luke 1:37 KJVS
      [37] For with God nothing shall be impossible.      
    • I hope this is the correct forum for this? Gen 2:9 And out of the ground made the Lord God to grow every tree that is pleasant to the sight, and good for food; the tree of life also in the midst of the garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil. Rev 2:7 He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God. Rev 22:2 In the midst of the street of it, and on either side of the river, [was there] the tree of life, which bare twelve [manner of] fruits, [and] yielded her fruit every month: and the leaves of the tree [were] for the healing of the nations. Rev 22:14 Blessed [are] they that do his commandments, that they may have right to the tree of life, and may enter in through the gates into the city. I don't find many commentaries or subject matter dealing with the subject of "the tree of life" or "the tree of good and evil". I'd like to get your insight on some of the questions I've been thinking about? It's difficult to determine if these trees are symbolic, figurative, literal or all three? How they are interpreted makes a big difference on understanding these scriptures and meanings. The tree of life is present in the Garden of Eden and the Kingdom. Depending on ones interpretation if it's figurative or literal, one could make the case that physically eating of the tree of life is necessary for eternal or everlasting life? My understanding is we will have perfect resurrected physical bodies in eternity.  I have no idea but, I could conjecture partaking of these fruits are necessary to maintain our physical bodies? Your scriptural thoughts?  
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    • RonNicky

      If you just read the first part of this verse, it would immediately sound an alarm indicating arrogance: "I can do all things." This was the spirit that attempted to build the tower of Babel. This was the downfall of men like Saul or the Egyptian Pharaoh. Many today infected by humanism and without any trust in God - make the same claim: "I can do all things."
      But the next two words in the verse take this out of the context of arrogance altogether: "through Christ." It is not a boast of self: "I can do all things." It is, I can do all things through Christ! There is a huge difference. It is one thing for someone to say, "I can do all things." It is quite different to confess, "I can do all things through Christ."
      To get the impact of this, stop and think about what you couldn't do without Him! You could not effectively and thoroughly know your lost condition. Without Him, you could not have adequate concepts of God. Without Him, you could realize no victory over sin. Without Him, we would all be a victim of the wrath to come. Jesus said to His disciples "without Me you can do nothing," (Jno. 15:5). In Ephesians 2:12 teaches outside of Christ, we have "no hope" and we are "without God in the world." 
      So with Christ through Him; in our relationship of active faith in Him we have strength we could not have any other way! Strength to adequately evaluate ourselves. Strength to know the difference between right and wrong (by faithfully applying His Word). Strength that comes through the remission of our sins. Strength in response to prayer we offer to God through Him. Strength of character as we follow His example and obey Him. This is strength in such abundance, we are able to do everything God wants us to do. "I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me."
      "Of the strength which Christ can impart, Paul had had abundant experience; and now his whole reliance was there. It was not in any native ability which he had; not in any vigor of body or of mind; not in any power which there was in his own resolutions; it was in the strength that he derived from the Redeemer.
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    • 7Dove77

      Ecc,10;10>  Solomon said,better tools are profitable -like cutting a tree down with a dull ax or chainsaw,Wisdom gets the most done with the Least Effort...Amen
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    • Leerah

      I had a rough few days and this beautiful scripture just came to mind:
      "I myself will prepare your way, leveling mountains and hills. I will break down bronze, gates and smash their iron bars. I will give you treasures from dark, secret places"
      -Isaiah 45:2    
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    • RonNicky

      as the deer panteth for the water
      so my soul longeth after thee
      You alone are my hearts desire
      and I long to worship  thee
      You are my strenght, my shield
      to You alone may my spirit yield
      You alone are my hearts desire
      And I long to worship thee....

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