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About Denadii

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    I'm a word weaver. and.....Driving in my passion.
  1. A strong hand.

    Wayne, you need to find scripture to see where God gave Satan any authority. He did not.
  2. A strong hand.

    Where did God give Satan power? Satan is a usurper. He conned Adam out of the power.
  3. A strong hand.

    I did not rebuke Satan. I only said what the Word says about him. Do not fear him Wayne! Because of who you are and whose you are.....Satan has to bow his knee to you, and.....Satan is no longer a ruler.
  4. A strong hand.

    Don't worry about my reading comprehension...Words are my business. They are what I do If you were to stop trying to translate or interpret what you read and just read it you would understand a lot easier. Most of the bible is very clear, and one would need a theologian to make a mistake with it. I've never heard a church or school teach what I say....That does not make me wrong though....I've already said that churches and bible schools teach a lot doctrines of demons (doctrines taught by demons). Remember that churches are people and people make mistakes....Get the wrong information, misunderstand, etc... I know I've made mistakes, but again churches and schools make mistakes too and when they do the result is much worse.
  5. A strong hand.

    LOLOLOL Oh Wayne......That liar is Never in control of anything....Hes a liar, a loser, hes a lump on slag with a big mouth. He has no power, he has NO authority...He has nothing that anybody needs to fear. The only authority Satan has is what somebody gives him and that is over them...or their poor kids. Don't ever give that bag of wind anything! When Jesus died for you He went into hell, kicked the slats out of Satan, took the keys of authority from him and left him no more than a popped balloon. At the time Satan told that to Jesus he did have legal control in the Earth. Ever since Adam gave it to him....But look at the Word what Jesus did when He was crucified.
  6. A strong hand.

    Its FUNNY how Christians act when I say that God is not in control in the Earth. simplejeff I read all that you suggested. There is no place in there that contradicts what I said There is np place in the bible that says God is in contol in the Earth. It says He gave US dominion in the Earth....It says our lease will run out. It says He is in control everywhere else, but in the Earth WE have control....I understand though...It is a scary concept when one first hears it.....You must keep in mind too......Not everything you hear in church is right according to the Word.....People tend to 'translate' the Word....But when its in English and you speak English, why do you need an interpreter?
  7. A strong hand.

    I'm sorry God is NOT in control in the Earth. That's a bit of religious cop out that has been taught for many years. You can feel good that it was not made up by you though. LOL The fact is ...God gave US dominion in the Earth Look in Genesis chapter 1. But although the universe is God's domain....He has given the Earth to mankind to rule. Look in Psalm 115 Believe me though, that lease is about to run out, and how will we answer to God for the way we have run it? We are in charge because its how we are supposed to be learning how to rule with Him through eternity. Here we sit though..Learning the God is in control and sitting on our thumbs doing nothing. Well....We do complain a lot, or philosophize a lot. God is NOT in control in the Earth....New teaching! Bible instead of a doctrine taught to us by demons.
  8. A strong hand.

    Awww...Wayne, that's the job of us Christians to allow it or disallow it. The scripture say " Ephesians 6:12 For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places." Unfortunately, most Christians stop at 'We wrestle not" Waiting for someone else to do it?
  9. Thanksgiving Celebrations

    Are you ready for this? Thanksgiving has been celebrated in the UK for far longer than the US or Canada existed....They have always celebrated a 'feast' called Home and Harvest.. Harvest Home, also called Ingathering, is a traditional English harvest festival, celebrated from antiquity. It has survived to modern times in isolated regions. Participants celebrate the last day of harvest in late September by singing, shouting, and decorating the village with boughs. The cailleac, or last sheaf of corn (grain), which represents the spirit of the field, is made into a harvest doll and drenched with water as a rain charm. This sheaf is saved until spring planting. The ancient festival also included the symbolic murder of the grain spirit, as well as rites for expelling the devil. A similar festival was traditionally held in parts of Ireland, Scotland, and northern Europe. I find it rather interesting that the Encyclopedia Britannica says it was also called the “Ingathering” (a term used for the Feast of Sukkot), and that it has been celebrated from antiquity. The English self-identify as being “British.” Why? I think it’s because in Hebrew “Brit” means covenant and “ish” means man. Keeping this in mind, let me ask you a question. What if this “ingathering” celebrated from antiquity by these covenant men began as the Feast of Sukkot? What if it then devolved over many generations into its pagan form, as it did under King Jeroboam? And what if the Pilgrims, who we already know from primary sources–letters, diaries, and legal documents–renounced Christmas and Easter, which they recognized as being pagan, chose this particular time of the year to gather together to give thanks to the Most High because they wanted to return to a biblically mandated celebration? History documents that during the 4th and 5th centuries Celtic assemblies in Britain, under the teaching of great men of God like St. Patrick, the missionary to Ireland, and Columba, kept the 7th day Sabbath and the “Festivals of the Eternal” found in Leviticus 23, and ate biblically clean. (The Celtic Church in Britain by Leslie Hardinge/ Truth Triumphant by B.G. Wilkinson) But before I continue with my hypothesis allow me to share some history that should be most interesting to those who’ve returned to the Hebraic roots of their faith, facts about a once popular (and now defamed by the revisionist-LEFT) historical figure named Christopher Columbus. The following passage was excerpted from “The Light And The Glory” by Peter Marshall and David Manuel. “…Their final solution to the ‘Jewish problem’ was disseminated by a royal decree issued in the spring of 1492: All Jews were given three months to get out of the country. So Columbus had to settle for a heavier, slower flagship than he would have desired….As they reached the place where the Tinto joined the Saltés, just before emptying into the ocean, a last shipload of Jews was also waiting for the tide. They too were leaving now. . . It is doubtful they thought of one another beyond a routine log entry. And even if they had, none of that forlorn shipload of Jewish exiles could have dreamed that the three other ships on the river were leading the way to a land which would one day provide the first welcome haven to their people.” Peter Marshall and David Manuel included this following translated excerpt below from an obscure volume of Columbus’s Book of Prophecies that is available only in Spanish. “It was the Lord who put into my mind (I could feel his hand upon me) the fact that it would be possible to sail from here to the Indies. All who heard of my project rejected it with laughter, ridiculing me. There is no question that the inspiration is from the Holy Spirit, because He comforted me with rays of marvelous inspiration from the Holy Scriptures…I am a most unworthy sinner, but I have cried out to the Lord for grace and mercy, and they have covered me completely. I have found the sweetest consolation since I made it my whole purpose to enjoy His marvelous presence. For the execution of the journey to the Indies, I did not make use of intelligence, mathematics or maps. It is simply the fulfillment of what Isaiah had promised…” More recently, a number of Spanish scholars–Jose Erugo, Celso Garcia de la Riega, Otero Sanchez and Nicholas Dias Perez–have determined that Columbus was himself a Jew. His survival depended upon suppression of that fact during Spain’s Inquisition. But Jewish bloodline or not, he was indeed a believer in Yeshua, as his journal entries prove. In their book, The Light and the Glory, the authors related the inspiring history of Columbus, which set the tone for the rest of their book, written in the late 1980s. It documents the special call of God on America and those founding it–men and women who like the children of Israel made a covenant with God, only to have later generations break it, time and time again. (I also recommend an article titled, “Historical Record Shows Christopher Columbus Actually Was A Great Man/ Leftist lies vs. reality” by Michael J. Knowles of the Daily Wire.) The authors of “the Light and the Glory” raise the question: What if God deals with whole nations the way he deals with individuals? After all, Israel was chosen to be a light to all the other nations. And Deuteronomy 7:6-9 tells us that had they obeyed, they would have been mightily blessed. The problem was they never stayed faithful; they never kept their covenant. Now back to the Pilgrims. In the Plymouth Colony, from 1620s to 1850s Christmas and Easter, associated as they were with paganism and idolatry, were illegal. For this reason, I am quite sure that the Pilgrims did not celebrate that first Thanksgiving as Harvest Home. Furthermore, prior to their departure for the New World, those we call the Pilgrims had left England for Holland in search of religious freedom. They remained in Holland a decade, living among Sephardic Jews, who had been expelled from Spain in 1492. For the ten years the Pilgrims spent there, they witnessed the celebration of that set apart time called Sukkoth. Pilgrim historian Caleb Johnson suggest that “the Pilgrims indeed modeled a festive day on the biblical holiday Sukkoth.” Like Sukkot, that first Thanksgiving in 1621 was eaten outdoors. And as our Jewish brothers traditionally welcome friends to join them in their Sukkah to share a meal, these Pilgrims invited the Wampanoag tribe to their first Thanksgiving table. History only records three days of feasting. But might it have lasted seven days plus one? I don’t know. History doesn’t say. But at that very first Thanksgiving they recited Psalms 106 and 107, “Give thanks to the Lord for He is good, for His kindness endures forever,” just as they do in the Jewish liturgy for Sukkot. William Bradford, the governor of Plymouth Colony studied the Hebrew Scriptures, and history recounts that the Pilgrims saw themselves as those “other vinedressers” to whom the vineyard was rented out, according to Matthew 21. And they saw the New World (right or wrong) as a type of Promised Land. Matthew 21:38-41. But seeing the son, the vinedressers said among themselves, This is the heir. Come, let us kill him and possess his inheritance. And taking him, they threw him out of the vineyard and killed him. Therefore, when the lord of the vineyard comes, what will he do to those vinedressers? They said to Him, Bad men! He will miserably destroy them, and he will rent out the vineyard to other vinedressers who will give to him the fruits in their seasons. I will leave you with one final item I found on a website for an extension course in literature from the University of Kentucky. I hope that as a part of this Hebrew Roots restoration, God’s last great move to restore all things before Yeshua returns (Acts 3:21), you will find this particular bit of history most gratifying. (I have changed the spelling on certain words in this Bradford quote to modern English to make it easier to read.) “In 1650, three years after he had ceased to chronicle the happenings at Plymouth for posterity, and at the age of sixty years, William Bradford took up the study of Hebrew. In a copy book he listed over a thousand words and a number of common Hebrew phrases, with their English translations. Scholars have remarked that many of the words and phrases concern the duties of fathers to their sons. On one page he paused to explain why, at an advanced age, he had embarked on this new path of learning: “Though I am grown aged, yet I have a longing desire to see, with my own eyes, something of that most ancient language, and holy tongue, in which the law and Oracles of God were written; and in which God and angels spoke to the Holy Patriarchs of old time; and what names were given to things at the Creation.” “For William Bradford, learning Hebrew was an act of filial respect. It was an act of devotion through which a son of the Church sought to honor his spiritual forefathers, “the Holy Patriarchs of old.” It was also Bradford’s way of returning to the origins of Christianity, thus of purifying his faith by seeking a more direct, unmediated experience of divinity. Rather than reading Scriptures that were translated from the Greek and latin into English, Bradford wanted to read the originals in that “holy tongue” used to name things “at the Creation.” As I have stated in many other articles, traditions are evil ONLY when they defy or elevate themselves above Scripture. When they don’t, traditions can enrich our lives. So now that you’ve glimpsed into the hearts and minds of those men and women who celebrated that very first American Thanksgiving, I hope you will go ahead and buy that turkey. Invite your family and friends. It is never the wrong time to thank the Most High. Then, while you’re all gathered at the table, why not take a page out of the history of that very first American Thanksgiving? Read aloud from Psalms 106 and 107! Let us return this all too often secularized American holiday (focused on football, parades, and gluttony) back to its original Puritan-form, to a time set aside to gather together with family and friends, and in gratitude let us reflect on God’s magnificent bounty. Yup...Like Easter and Christmas there are those who think Thanksgiving is a pagan holiday.
  10. Reasons Why God Allows Suffering?

    What type of suffering are we talking here? Physical, mental and emotional, suffering attacks from other people because of our beliefs? What? The fact of the matter is....God does not allow suffering in this world...We Christians do.
  11. I Thes 5:22

    Nope....But the woman was not in Jesus house and Jesus was not in a bar talking to her. He was at a public well All up front. Have you never spoken to a hooker since you've been saved? Notice, the hooker whom Jesus spoke to got saved...Became no longer a hooker.
  12. Good scriptures but I'm not sure of your point....Are you saying its good or bad to ask God why He does something? Humor me....I've got about a million things on my fire right now.
  13. I'm sorry. I find your answer totally confusing....The bible does not say God answers some and not others....The bible does not say God reveals everything to some and not others concerning anything.....The bible does not say God reveals scripture to some and not others.... Religion says that....Religious nonsense to be exact. Look! Mark 4:34 But without a parable spake he not unto them: and when they were alone, he expounded all things to his disciples. Are you a disciple? Yup you are. Mark 9:23 Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth. Are you a believer? Yup So all things are possible for you. Mark 13:23 But take ye heed: behold, I have foretold you all things. No secrets from you... John 14:26 But the Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, he shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you. He'll teach you all things and remind you of everything Jesus told you....Who was he talking to? Yup His disciples Are you a .....Oh yeah...We already agreed you are a disciple. John 15:15 Henceforth I call you not servants; for the servant knoweth not what his lord doeth: but I have called you friends; for all things that I have heard of my Father I have made known unto you. Hmmm No secrets....from anybody. John 16:15 All things that the Father hath are mine: therefore said I, that he shall take of mine, and shall shew it unto you. Wow! Everything the Father has is yours too....No secrets from you. No holding back from you. Now you dig into it and you'll find a lot of verses that say all things, all knowledge all all all is given to whosoever will......
  14. Why is it wrong to ask God why He does something. You ask your Earthly father don't you? Its a good way to learn.
  15. Loaves and Fishes

    He told the disciples to feed the people.....Could that be why the food multiplied only when the disciples obeyed and distributed it?