Re: Oh Baby
« Reply #10 on: June 25, 2017, 03:57:39 AM »
Yea Christ came to save sinners, bla bla bla. I know about the GREYS.
I KNOW ABOUT EXTRATERRESTRIALS.
hmm they don't want me to talk about it.
The bible was very useful to me; and I followed it flawlessly.
What does John say concerning Christ, babyshark!?
HE SAYS BABYSHARK BABYSHARK aww ur such a cuty lil baby sharky awww
* tries to pet it
BABYSHARKY pls pls pls pls pls
dn get mad pls pls I am a flea
I AM A WORM AND NOT A MAN
Don't get mad at a lil flea pls pls pleasy
AHEM AHEM AHEM AHEM
John says Christ is the bible made flesh.
The WORD OF GOD MADE FLESH.
I take it you know that verse; if you don't... I am going to continue not quoting scripture because people should know it... Paul didn't go quoting scripture; Christ said, as it is written....
NOT SADY VERSE SIXTY SIX VERSE SEVEN
OHHH I TAKE YOUR SIXTY VERSE SEVEN AND ADD MY CORINTHIANS 9 VERSE 700
OHHHH I TAKE YOUr Corinthians 700 and I would like to compare it with my Job 62
I'm not quoting scripture....
Now what does that mean baby!?
I know you haven't stopped to think about it
WHAT DOES IT MEAN TELL ME NOW
I hope there isn't a character limit on this thing
Sure it implies that in HIM dwells the fullness of the GODHEAD bodily...
but it also implies that every thing in scripture points to Christ.
Scripturally this is exact. As the law was a schoolmaster to bring us to Christ.
After years of study you might realize on your own, that Absalom was made by GOD without any blemish on his whole body, not because it was GOD's pleasure solely, but because it was to signify to all who read it, that the scriptures have to do with CHRIST, and CHRIST WAS going to be, in the foreknowledge of GOD, without blemish/sin IN HIS ENTIRETY.
Now if someone now points to Absalom saying... Absalom was without blemish on his body, that confirms that Christ was without blemish in sin; if you know the scripture, so say; Amen.
We can learn about Christ through Joseph? Why? Because Joseph was in the scriptures, and Christ is the bible made flesh.... Joseph and Christ were both firstborn.... Both were shepherds.... Coincidence? Nay. Both were loved by their fathers. Both were prophesied to be rulers. Both Joseph and Christ's brethren didn't believe them. Both had prophecies that they would rule Joseph (as Joseph over his brethren and Jacob (named "Israel"))\Christ all Israel. Joseph was sent by his father to his brothers. Christ was sent by His Father to Israel.
Reuben wanted to rescue Joseph; Pilate wanted to rescue Christ. Joseph was sold as a slave to Egypt; Christ was betrayed for the price of a slave. Both went to Egypt. The king of Egypt exalted Joseph ruler over all to bring all under the king’s rule; Christ was exalted to bring all under the RULE OF GOD. It goes on and on and on. What do you think the inspired writers of the gospels meant when they said, so it may be fulfilled, "I have called my son out of Egypt?" What does that mean? Hosea was calm in writing of it... It was spoken before Pharoah by Moses, that Israel was GOD's son, even His firstborn. DON'T SAY THIS IS NOT CHRIST IT IS SPEAKING about Israel's children, called the nation of Israel? Because the gospel writers said it was about Christ.
How do you think? That David being the first king chosen by GOD (Saul was roused up by the people, but not chosen specifically in due time) had a name meaning, in the Hebrew tongue, "Beloved of GOD" because it was not referring, pointing to Christ that was going to be born among us? David was named David in the torah/old testament/scriptures TO POINT TO CHRIST. Not for God's sole pleasure in naming David "Beloved of GOD."
I would go on to Solomon and explain BUT I am simply not going to do it....
When the scriptures say that Moses talked with GOD as man does, speaking face to face; is this to be taken as correct?
Absolutely not. Because GOD says, You can not see my face: for there shall no man see me, and live.
So why is this contradiction in the bible, that people like Babysharky can't explain?
Except you don't make a website about it haha, saying... BIBLE DOESN'T MAKE SENSE LA LA LA
Can you figure it out?
*points to himself... ME
I DID IT
As the prophet Jeremy writes, let not a man boast of his strength... his might... a wise man of his wisdom... or a rich man of his great riches, but glory only in the LORD/knowing HIM.
what is the answer babysharky!?
Christ went to the mount... AND....
Why was he transfigured?
Because HE was the one, not Moses, even though the scriptures say Moses, it wasn't Moses as I just proved....
Christ was transfigured, and his face shone as the sun, into another type of 'being' so to speak, and he spoke to GOD face to face....
How do I know that? Not because the writers of the gospel write of it... but because I'm taking it clear back from the books of Moses.
I almost stop... but I will keep going....
Job... let's take Job....
What is another way the scriptures point to Christ?
He fulfills the scriptures another way, too... in that he enacts their specific actions.
Christ had the strength of Samson in that he was able, by his FAITH WHICH WAS LIKE SAMSON's physical strength, to tell the demons that were breaking the chains they bound a man that was possessed by them to depart. No one else could. These demons were in the man... the people would bind that man up with HEAVY CHAIN lots of chain... and just like Samson physically... Christ broke them physically, but by faith....
Samson was showing how strong Christ the Messiah was going to be... and this wasn't written in the Gospels... though many things were, 'specifically.'
I could go on.
The man in 1 Kings 13:18 (I will use the verse to help you) telling the man, "Hey, I am a prophet of GOD too (which he was)... and you are not supposed to do that...." The prophet that failed was shown in the gospels to point to what the Messiah WOULDN'T FAIL. Just like Esau gave his birthright for a bowl of pottage and bread, Christ did not give up His birthright when he was hungered, to satan when satan told him he would give all the world to him, and food, when Christ was hungered, if he would command the stone be made bread.... Christ would have lost his birthright to Satan if he had done so, so to speak. But Christ was the second Adam, and as it is written, Satan has nothing of me. So where did 1 Kings 13:18 show where Christ didn't fail? Like the prophet who had just been given a sign by GOD to HIS WORD (if you read that chapter,) and was recognized by all to be a prophet and had just done a work of GOD in restoring the King's hand (I won't go into the meaning of this)... but Christ ENACTED that AND DIDN'T FAIL because that situation was shown when Peter was called THE ROCK ON WHICH CHRIST WOULD BUILD HIS CHURCH; but after being so called, Peter rebuked Christ, saying, Not so! You will not die in such a way! You are the SON OF GOD! so Christ, rather than failing like the prophet in 1 Kings 13:18 (not named), he prevailed.
Therefore, babyshark, I hope you are beloved of GOD; I hope everything is soooo wonderful for you... when Job said, "Naked came I from the womb, and naked shall I return..." this was POINTING to Christ in figurative form, of what Christ did with his life, saying at the end, "My soul is exceeding sorrowful unto death," and that all the things he was going to suffer, and had suffered were realized. Every bad thing that happened to JOB wasn't for GOD's amusement, and it wasn't even for sole edification/knowledge/subsistence toward HIS WILL, it was for Christ, and what he would go through, and what happened to HIM. Anyone that follows Christ, as it is written of HIM saying, must leave WIFE, FATHER, MOTHER, CHILD, HOUSE OR YOU ARE NOT, absolutely NOT his disciple. Christ therefore did these things while He, being the master, was on the earth. He denied Himself; as He said whoever comes after Him let them deny themselves, and prepare for the worst of possible deaths to happen to them because of it EVERY DAY. So what I said was correct.
What about Jacob?
Jacob/Israel as written and described in the bible, is not just about him... or even about learning about GOD through HIM; but way back LEARNING about Christ, due to the foreknowledge of GOD on Christ the Messiah
Christ, likewise, in fulfillment of this, WAY BACK in the torah, said, Verily verily I say unto you, Hereafter thou shalt see heaven open, and the angels of God ascending and descending upon the Son of Man"
Jacob was also named "Israel," and thus seeing this in a dream was as seeing heaven and earth through the One Mediator, Jesus Christ for all believers.
Israel/Jacob wrestled with an angel of GOD all night, why? Because Christ, as it is typified by Him praying ALL NIGHT, has power with GOD and man and prevailed. Did Jacob correspond to this of what the angel told him? Jacob was limping afterward... but whereas Jacob failed, it was pointing to where Christ in the foreknowledge of GOD SUCCEEDED.