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Love Thy Neighbors
« on: April 30, 2021, 11:47:18 PM »
When the disciples follow Jesus to Jerusalem, they question Jesus why he help the Centurion commander and his son instead of their own kind.

In the passage, Jesus said to them instead of doubting it's his faith believing in his servant.


Hmm. There's no more passages after that. I wonder if the commander and his son EVER follow Jesus. They seems to enjoy luxurious life on earth more than Jesus.
When he and his disciples were alone, Jesus told them about this secret in Matthew 10:39.
Those who did follow Jesus know the truth and those who did not follow actually don't know anything.



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« Reply #1 on: May 08, 2021, 01:30:49 AM »
When the disciples follow Jesus to Jerusalem, they question Jesus why he help the Centurion commander and his son instead of their own kind.

In the passage, Jesus said to them instead of doubting it's his faith believing in his servant.


Hmm. There's no more passages after that. I wonder if the commander and his son EVER follow Jesus. They seems to enjoy luxurious life on earth more than Jesus.
When he and his disciples were alone, Jesus told them about this secret in Matthew 10:39.
Those who did follow Jesus know the truth and those who did not follow actually don't know anything.

God said to love and forgive your enemies. There are two kinds of enemies that I know so far. The ones who never said sorry and felt good for doing so, just forgive and FORGET THEM! Pharaoh never said sorry at all; therefore, God forgives him, but forgets the aaassshole because he's not interested to start over. Therefore, why give a damn to an abusive kunt? The ones who say they are sorry with an apology, they better mean it! If not, then it's a shady and shallow apology. If they do mean it, then they want to start over with you. This is where you forgive and start over rather than to forget and forsake. Asssholes are meant to be forgive, forget, and forsake.

The entire Book of Habakkuk is a prejudiced with full of discrimination book to abusive and tyrannical kunts.

Hmong people who are abusive will have a reason not to go to church. Because who DA fawk want to hear this shiet when they know as themselves that they are a kunt who abused their wives with a belt at home? If I am a butt ugly person who likes being butt-ugly, then I will be like those true Hmong stories about their own child, killing their parents to be a playboy for life. Riiiiight...

To understand a bad guy's reason is knowing the root (western) /yolk (eastern).


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Re: Love Thy Neighbors
« Reply #2 on: July 07, 2021, 04:04:40 AM »
I disagree on the bold red parts.  ;D

God said to love and forgive your enemies.

The heavenly father won't forgive, but Jesus would. Remember when Jesus was on the cross, he begged his father to forgive the Pharisees and the townspeople. The father throw lighting bolts and shook the earth with his wrath. Before the crossover, Jesus quote the parable of the tenants to the Pharisees and the townspeople around him. The master = heavenly father, the servants = followers, the son = Jesus, the tenants = unbelievers/unfaithful. https://biblia.com/bible/esv/matthew/21/33-46

If they do mean it, then they want to start over with you. This is where you forgive and start over rather than to forget and forsake. Asssholes are meant to be forgive, forget, and forsake.

Abigail gave him a chance to be saved but Nabal refuse to give shelter. Hence Nabal was cursed with a heart attack or a stroke and became as a stone. Ten days later God struck him.

Judas Iscariot chose money and vengeance over kingdom of heaven. Hence betraying Jesus he received a death penalty. Such penalty as numerous demons came after his arse.

There's a magician/sorcerer named Bar-Jesus perverting and leading people away from the lord. Apostle Paul filled with the holy spirit struck Bar-Jesus blind for the time being and darkness came upon him.



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« Reply #3 on: July 25, 2021, 09:21:10 PM »
I disagree on the bold red parts.  ;D
 
The heavenly father won't forgive, but Jesus would. Remember when Jesus was on the cross, he begged his father to forgive the Pharisees and the townspeople. The father throw lighting bolts and shook the earth with his wrath. Before the crossover, Jesus quote the parable of the tenants to the Pharisees and the townspeople around him. The master = heavenly father, the servants = followers, the son = Jesus, the tenants = unbelievers/unfaithful. https://biblia.com/bible/esv/matthew/21/33-46

Abigail gave him a chance to be saved but Nabal refuse to give shelter. Hence Nabal was cursed with a heart attack or a stroke and became as a stone. Ten days later God struck him.

Judas Iscariot chose money and vengeance over kingdom of heaven. Hence betraying Jesus he received a death penalty. Such penalty as numerous demons came after his arse.

There's a magician/sorcerer named Bar-Jesus perverting and leading people away from the lord. Apostle Paul filled with the holy spirit struck Bar-Jesus blind for the time being and darkness came upon him.

These are not in the Bible or any history books that I read. Where did you get them?



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« Reply #4 on: July 25, 2021, 10:03:56 PM »
These are not in the Bible or any history books that I read. Where did you get them?

Come on now. Don't pretend like you don't even know where to find them.  :2funny:



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« Reply #5 on: July 27, 2021, 10:17:40 AM »
Come on now. Don't pretend like you don't even know where to find them.  :2funny:

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« Reply #6 on: Today at 12:22:22 AM »
1 Samuel 25:36-38
Abigail gave him a chance to be saved but Nabal refuse to give shelter. Hence Nabal was cursed with a heart attack or a stroke and became as a stone. Ten days later God struck him.

John 12:6
Judas Iscariot chose money and vengeance over kingdom of heaven.

Luke 22:3-4
Once Satan took possession in Judas's heart, he betrayed Jesus.
Such penalty as numerous demons came after his arse. https://youtu.be/dZNxIAiIXuo?t=34

Acts 13:6-17
There's a magician/sorcerer named Bar-Jesus perverting and leading people away from the lord. Apostle Paul filled with the holy spirit struck Bar-Jesus blind for the time being and darkness came upon him.



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