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Psalms 82:5 "They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course." That does not describe righteous men!


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Jesus is referring to when he multiplied the bread and fish in John 6:1-14. He is making commentary on the fact that people are seeking him in order to receive more food rather than observing the signs that confirm his being the Messiah, the latter being that which they ought to be doing. Let's take a look at the context of John 6:26. [25] When they ...


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Contributor sbunny is on the right track, I believe. The "sons of God" are angelic beings. Satan himself was an angel who was cast out of heaven when he rebelled against God. Whether the sons of God are fallen or unfallen angels, I will not speculate. Notice in the account of God's meeting with the sons of God and Satan we find the words "present ...


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The general consensus, according to my research, is that the sons of God are angels in Job 1:6. John Gill's exposition explains this better than I could. Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the Lord,.... This is generally understood of the angels, as in Job 38:7 who may be thought to be so called, because of their ...


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Rebellion. One who places himself in opposition to God cannot be forgiven. This sin can only be committed by those who know God exists and yet openly choose to "war" with Him. They will deny and blaspheme the Holy Spirit, they will reject the Saviour and they will set their sights on usurping the Most High. It is the sin of Satan and the angels and men ...



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