At least when the roof caves in and the walls fall down, the lucky Cubanos have universal healthcare to treat their injuries. Too bad Jim and his hero Bernie donât spend a couple of years on the island so they can see the end results of their idiotic notions about economics.
Nothing to apologize about, QC. My understanding of scripture is that if the time of Jacobâs trouble began tonight, the overwhelming majority of Jews would perish in the next few years and burn eternally, but that the ones who survive the tribulation will all be saved. There is a remnant now of born-again messianic Jews, and those who âendure to the endâ of the tribulation will join them.
Yes it does, UPS, and I knew that when I quoted it. However, the principle applies to all sin. And if you reread what I said, I think youâll agree that it is true. The person who is deceived by alcohol canât very well be the one who doesnât partake of it.
And while I am thinking of it, the person who âis deceived therebyâ is invariably the one who thinks he can handle it and quit whenever he wants to. He supposes that among all who have trodden the earth, he will be the one who can take fire in his bosom and not be burned.
Alcohol does have medicinal value, however. It has cured countless people of chronic activity, intelligence, morality and even of life itself. It has relieved families of wealth and alleviated boredom among thousands of first responders. And ethyl alcohol has healed millions of people of such maladies as happiness and self-respect. No wonder we have Christians singing the praises of old demon rum. What a marvelous substance.
Not sure what you mean by âper Tim âallâ means âall.ââ What I said was that everlasting means everlasting. Not all Jews will be saved, but for those who are, God will fulfill every promise He has made to them. If you want to believe that the church is now Israel, knock yourselves out. You can also look for St. Nick to come down the chimneyâand in both cases, you are going to be disappointed. Instead of getting the meaning out of scripture, it seems to me that you are listening to men who have tried to read meaning into it. My suggestion would be to set aside all of your commentaries and start all over at Genesis 1:1 with an open mind and a prayerful heart.
Ducks donât have to quack anymore, BDF. If they want to, they can identify as cows and moo, or identify as pigs and oinkâand Old MacDonald had better forget all that nonsense about freedom of religion and provide whatever accommodations are demanded.
II Samuel 23:5, I Chronicles 16:15-18, Psalm 105:7-11, Isaiah 61:3-9, Jeremiah 32:36-42, Ezekiel 16:60-63, Ezekiel 37:21-28. If the everlasting covenant with Israel can be revoked, then why not the everlasting covenant with the church (Hebrews 13:20) be withdrawn? If âeverlasting lifeâ means everlasting life, then everlasting covenant means everlasting covenant.
I say then, Have they stumbled that they should fall? God forbid: but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy. (Romans 11:11) See also Zechariah 2, Genesis 17:5-7, Genesis 17:19,