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    • Very interesting Teditis, I also have looked at people from the past (period pics) or read about them and tried to imagine them as living, breathing people that walked this earth. 
    • Yes I did. -I read things, put them beside God's word and ask for wisdom and knowledge.
    • I use biblehub and see a dozen or more versions of the Bible at once.  I do note the use of the American standard sometimes (I choose the KJV first, but it is harder to relate to with the way it is written in an older version of English).  This is just for practical day to day quoting useage on-line.  I liked reading the KJV side by side with the NIV, when covering entire chapters at once for fuller understanding..  
    • This seems to be refering to Adam pre apple consumption....as he was a son of God (and hence could not sin) and part of his family which meant immortality at that junture. Once he fell from grace via the introduction of sin into his life, he no longer was born of God. Jesus gave us another way to regain this high seat, ie. to ascend to God*, by becoming reborn in the spirit thru Jesus's sacrifice of atonement for our sins***. This does not however instantly put us in a pre-apple state (obviously), and we still have sinfulness at this juncture, but through the holy spirit guidance we ascend to God's presence now (where pre-introduction of God's spirit we could only go as far as paradise vs the new heaven/new earth**).   * New American Standard Bible 
      "Who may ascend into the hill of the LORD? And who may stand in His holy place?"  Psalm 24:3   ** "There has always been a separation of believers and unbelievers after death (Luke 16:19-31). The righteous have always gone to paradise; the wicked have always gone to hell. For right now, both paradise and hell are “temporary holding places” until the day when Jesus Christ comes back to judge the world based on whether or not individuals have believed in Him. " https://www.gotquestions.org/paradise.html   ***http://biblehub.com/romans/3-25.htm
    • God has truly opened my eyes to certain aspects of worship I couldn't understand when I was younger in the Lord. He first had to make me aware that I was afraid of judging anyone and that I need not be afraid of judging someone (for how they chose to follow God), just that I needed to be alert to when it happened and then ask for forgiveness. That got me out of the cycle of trying to determine why people acted the way they do (I kept saying "well, if they are following Gid how come they misbehave?"). It truly freed me to worship better (without that burden). We think we are responsible for other Christians walk with Christ, but I have not found that to be the case. Just more about being aware of their walk and then going to Christ with our concerns then (skipping the entire paradigm of making people feel guilty for their problems). Re:   
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      I had a rough few days and this beautiful scripture just came to mind:
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      as the deer panteth for the water
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