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Kent Dupree Bass's Revelation Chapter 1 comment on 1/17/2022, 9:08am...

OOOhhh what great faith you have TJ Jackson. Just in simple statement, I LOVE GOD, is so powerful. That is the very first instruction that we were given from Jesus. Think you for breaking all the scriptures down into a simple sentence. I LOVE YAH. Keep going on in the faith brother. I pray that the love that Yah has shown you, may be spread abroad to others as well.

 


Rick Mentzer's Revelation Chapter 1 comment on 1/13/2022, 4:02am...

Rick Haggett Man in Garden of eden lost spiritual connection Genesis 1:27 created in Gods own image [John 2:24

God is Spirit], God in Genesis 2:7 formed man of the dust of the formed man dust of ground body then God breathed

into man breath of life and man became a living soul[breath life chai nephash] so man was body soul and spirit in the

beginning. When the downfall occurred man lost His spiritual connection with God and only had Body and soul no

spiritual connection. A person born again of Gods Spirit gets exactly that Gods gift of spiritual connection which was

lost in Genesis, that's why Ephesians 2:5 says when we were dead in trespasses and sins born that way all people after

Adam and Eve. The exception of course Jesus Christ. The Gift of God holy spirit is the quickening spirit it is eternal life.

When a christian dies I.E.falls asleep the spirit goes back to god who gave it the body dust of the ground and the soul

when we take out last breath that is the end of soul or breath life. When Christ returns for the church His body those

believed will be raised up and given a body like His glorious body, in the book of revelation the just and unjust will be

raised to face judgement according to the deeds or works. This is my understanding scripturally, the challenge that

presents itself here is biblically some teach spirit and soul are the same identical item but I don't see that scripturally.

The word spirit can be translated life breath wind so this must be understood in context of usage.

 


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