fredag 23. desember 2011

Nr. 166: Savior is born - tells of a great joy!

Nr. 166:

Savior is born - tells of a great joy!

Luke 2 11. Eder is today a Saviour born, who is Christ the Lord, in David City.

Jesus was born, who was Jesus? Jesus was from the beginning of time with his Father in his preeksistens! He came forth from the Father and the Father is like, but unlike the Father. Jesus was human and renounced his divinity to be you and me equal, and to atone for sin. Jesus has a beginning, when he came forth from the Father, it is only the Father who is without beginning. But this I have explained so carefully and well in so many other articles.

It was not God who became flesh, but Christ who became flesh

There is so much wrong in the Bible, especially in the New Testament, when we talk about translation. It was not God, but Christ who became man. We read about how Catholics and others have translated the Bible wrong.

There are those who believe in demons teach scripture says (1 Tim. 4 1 etc.).

This is demons learn (taken from a "common Christian" heresy: I think that in essence rose the eternal and timeless God into time and history as a human being, and to quote Kyrill of Alexandria (375-444) - who starred in the Council of Ephesus in 431, and if the great importance he has given about his strong emphasis that Jesus is both God and man - "to be united mankind once more with himself as head." The undivided Church - the church before the Great Schism of 1054 - was evident in his teachings of Christ: Jesus Christ has two natures. On the one hand He is perfect God who has all that the Father, while He is the perfect man - yet without sin (end of quote).

God never made man, but his son

God never made man, I would scripture contradicted themselves and when we should burn the Bible. Trinity doctrine is the doctrine of demons to be clear. Jesus did not have two natures, but one (Jesus was a perfect human being approximately equal to Adam before he sinned, but with a developed spirit that was perfect). And God filled him with his spirit so that he could carry out the works and speak as he did. Jesus never did anything out of the fact that he was "god", but led and filled with God's spirit.

Acts 10. 38 Jesus of Nazareth was anointed by God with the Holy Spirit and power, and he went about doing good and healing all that were oppressed of the devil, for God was with him.

It tells the about the only true God:

1. Tim. 1. 17 He who is king of eternity, the immortal, invisible, only God, him being price and glory forever and ever! Amen.

Father is the invisible one true God, not Jesus, he is his only begotten son.

Christ the Savior came as a human

From my commentaries Hebrews 10 1. The law has only a shadow of good things to come, not the things themselves as they really are. Year after year it carried out a victim who is still the same, but with these, the law is not able to make those sacrifices, perfect.
The law was good, but temporary. We must never look down the law for the express will of God. But it demands obedience and tell only the truth, that we humans are not in ourselves are able to do.
Rooms. 7. 12 Therefore the law is holy, and the commandment holy, just and good.
Because God the Father was never 100% satisfied emerging constantly with victims when the law says that anyone who sins shall die.
2 Otherwise, they had just stopped to sacrifice? For if those who participate in the service, had been cleansed once for all, they would no longer have any consciousness of sin.
But it was not only God the Father who was not satisfied, but those who lived under the law equally. Even the high priest went into the holy of holies once a year could not be 100% sure if he came out again alive, thus tied Mon a strap around the foot to pull him out, in case he died under God's Judgement.
3 But sacrifices are an annual reminder of sin.
Yet this has its positive aspects. It says that people are sinners who need salvation. That we are aware of our needs is the first step in the right direction.
4 For the blood of bulls and goats could not possibly take away sins.
So, this is obvious: the blood of bulls and goats could not possibly take away sins. Had they been able to so sin had been removed when the law was in operation for approx. 1400 years and was offered one million and a total of billions of animals, especially during the holidays in Israel.
5 Therefore says Christ at his coming into the world, sacrifices and gifts, you would not have, but a body made you able to me;
We read that he also had to be one of us to save and redeem us. Joh. e. 1 14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only Son from the Father, full of grace and truth.
6 burnt offerings and sin offerings you did not care.
It was not the Father's perfect will that animals die so that some people should go free. But that he might be able to have mercy and show mercy to the children of Israel as it seemed a temporary and partial remission of sins. But it was only when the Son Jesus Christ that life and immortality were brought to light and we human children could fully take part in salvation and a complete remission of sins.
7 Then said I: Behold, here I come to do thy will, O God. The scroll is written about me.
Jesus did the will of God to the letter. But he also had the necessary qualifications to be able to do it completely. It was all for him. Joh. e. 4 34 But Jesus said to them: "My food is to do what he wants that sent me, and to complete his work.
8 First he said, "Sacrifices and gifts, burnt offerings and sin offerings you would not have and did you not care," yet it is such sacrifices carried out by law.
Had the law brought perfection, eternal bliss and salvation had the law been good NOK and sacrifices, gifts, burnt offerings and sin offerings have been able to save. Had there been any sense that the Lord Jesus came.
9 Then he said: "Look, here I come to do thy will." He thus nullify the first mentioned, to let the other stand.
At Jesus' entry into the world on a switch. All that the law is to be replaced with the grace and life in Christ Jesus. In the fourth chapter of Galatians, Paul says so much when he writes. That he compares the law with the slave woman and what should one do with her? Gal. 4. 30 But what does the Scripture say? Get rid of the slave woman and her son! For the slave woman's son will not share the inheritance with the free woman's son. 31 Therefore, brethren, we are not children of the bondwoman, but of the free woman.
10 In virtue of this determination, we have been sanctified by the Body of Christ was sacrificed once for all.
This scripture here is very powerful. The law is in force for the self-righteous and the wicked man. But we die away from it all and Jesus both Savior and sanctifies us wholly. When we experience what Paul writes in Galatians. 2. 20 I no longer live, but Christ lives in me. The life I live in the flesh I live by faith in the Son of God who loved me and gave himself for me (end of quote).

Jesus is not God big G, but like God

Now it is not easy to keep the tongue straight in the mouth when the Bible is so wrong translated and written in such a misleading way for it to vote with the occult doctrine of the Trinity. The Bible is not written in capital letters, etc. but in lower case and therefore it is man made to write Jesus is God in all capital letters. Jesus divinity, by virtue of what the Father has bestowed upon him and through the saving. But the early Christians emphasized that Jesus was the savior, Lord, the church's head, etc. And he even called himself the Son of man, not even for God, but God's son.

Both angels and humans are Gods

Therefore, it is so incredibly wrong to not go in depth and see that Jesus is the firstborn of all of us to become like Him and to be Gods, which is God's goal for the whole of His creation, to be the price and the glory of His glory .

This can be misunderstood, but if you have any questions, please send your questions to me at my email address: jk.chris @

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