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  1. Eyesonly

    Unpardonable sin

    Thank you for this, from the bottom of my heart.
  2. Eyesonly

    Unpardonable sin

    I'm sorry but you may wish that Manson is in Hell but judgement is God's and God's alone. To make a statement as you have is to presume God's judgement and that's a pretty dangerous area to play in. And it is not for us to say if Manson accepted Christ if it was from his heart or not. Again that is for God and God alone. We are not to judge anyone unless ye want to be judged and I for one wish no part of wanting to be judged. You are very bold at telling others what they would or wouldn't do. You do not know what I've been through in my life and what I've experienced so I don't think you have any right to tell me what I would or wouldn't do as only God knows what's true in my heart. But by your response to me, what I hear you saying is that you would never think of giving up your spot in heaven for a damned soul. Is that correct.
  3. Eyesonly

    Unpardonable sin

    What you have said here does not match your post to what I reposted to above about God giving up on people. Whatever judgement someone faces, it is not because God gave up on them. It is because of their own choices and as such the consequences are what they are. If Charles Manson accepted Christ on the last day of his life, there would be one heck of a party in heaven. And I for one would be joining in the celebration. If he didn't, then he will face his judgement, but God loves Charles Manson no more or no less than you or I for he is God's child too, and our brother. And as such, I would gladly give up my spot in heaven to save his soul.
  4. Eyesonly

    Unpardonable sin

    This kind of thinking makes me so sad. God never gives up on anyone. To our very last breath on this earth, he loves us more than we can ever imagine, saved or not, the best of the best or the worst of the worst. It is us who give up on ourselves, and our fellow human beings.
  5. Hello: What does rev 22:12 mean when Christ says he is going to give to everyone one according to his work. 12 “And behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to give to every one according to his work. Are we not in the age of Grace without works. oh wait, does "his work" mean Christ's work?
  6. Hello. What does rev 22:12 mean when Christ says he will give to everyone according to his work. Are we not in Grace without works? Thanks in advance. 12 “And behold, I am coming quickly, and My reward is with Me, to give to every one according to his work.
  7. I don't believe that "anyone" refers to God himself. What you have referred me too does not say God cannot add to or take away from The Word. God is not "anyone", he is "The One". It is God's Word, he created it. It's his to do with as he pleases. I believe that scripture is talking about "anyone" from the flesh. As with a lot of scripture it is how it is revealed to you. If you believe that "anyone" includes God himself, then that is what it is meant to be for your pathway. My pathway reads it differently. And that's the beauty of The Word. And also it appears that the scripture you quoted is specifically talking about the prophecies in the book of Revelation, when it talks about not adding or taking away. When scripture is quoted it must be quoted within the context of its origin. Too many people grab a few lines here and there to prove their point when the original context of the lines or quotes have nothing to do with the proof that's trying to be administered.
  8. Who are any of us to presume what Jesus would or wouldn't do and to state it as a matter of fact at that. There was a man (Paul maybe?) in the New Testament who fell to his knees (in the desert maybe?) at the thundering voice of Jesus talking to him. The other people with this man heard the voice as well. Therefore, scripture does state that Jesus will audibly talk to us. I believe he talks to us all but only those with ears to hear are hearing him. It is not our place to question what Jesus does, when he does it, how he does it and to whom he does it to. If Jesus only lives within the confines of the scripture....well that's just too silly to even comment on. The Word is the Living Word and is so referred to because Jesus is The Word. The Word is alive and therefore continues beyond the confines of the scripture itself. If Jesus does not communicate beyond the scripture, then why bother praying for him to do anything in this present time. If someone believes they received a message from Christ, then it is up to me to see if that message resonates in my life. The message may be solely intended for and to help one specific individual and meaningless for the rest of us. The message may also be a test of our faith as well. I find it very saddening that so many Christian's do not believe that Christ would talk to them. He is our Father, the King of Kings, he loves us beyond our comprehension, how can anyone fathom that he would not to talk to us. As a parent, are you able to never talk to your child. Please reply to this post from your heart and your spirit for that is where the spirit of the Word resides. I would like to hear from your personal self why you believe your Father in heaven would ever think of not talking to you.
  9. Eyesonly

    which Gospel to start with?

    Start at page one of the New Testament and read right through and finish on the last page of the New Testament. Do NOT take any notes for the first couple of read throughs because that will be your flesh trying to logically assess the Word. Let the Word speak to you through your reading of it. It will show itself at the times you need it to for it is the Living Word. It is important to allow your flesh to let the Word flow through to your spirit. Just read it. Don't get bogged down on any certain part because you feel you have to understand it. Everytime you read it you will find something new. The key is to read it and let it soak into your spirit as a whole spiritual enlightenment. When your Spirit is ready to dissect certain areas for a greater understanding, then and only then will that understanding become simple and clear. The Word was given to us in its simplest form and understanding. The flesh is what makes it complicated. The Word is waiting to reveal itself to your personal spirit because God created the Word specifically for you. How awesome is that!
  10. Eyesonly

    I need to be saved - Will someone please pray for me?

    Ditto...Ditto....and double Ditto....Brilliant post Blood!
  11. The Law is dead my friend. My light and my testimony reside in God's Grace within the New Testament. If you want to still live in the law, that is your wish. I choose Grace. The Old Testament is a history lesson. Our reality is the New Testament. Try putting away the Old Testament for awhile and simply live through the New Testament and enjoy the spiritual beauty and freedom that Grace provides.
  12. The words that come from me are not of the flesh but of the spirit and my spirit rests in the Grace of God. Quotes from the Scriptures are to help the flesh make its way to the spirit level of the Word. Please accept my apologies for no arguments were intended. Only to help answer your questions.
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