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I love Jesus.


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revised What is the symbolism of the Song of Moses and the Song of the Lamb?
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comment What were the Corinthians doing when they “baptized on behalf of the dead”?
Sorry, I don't.
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comment Who is the subject of the “rebellion” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3?
Yes, I do. Jesus Christ was crucified in the midst of the 70th week (Dan 9:27). In Dan 9:24 seventy weeks were determined to accomplish several things. They were all accomplished within the earthly ministry of Christ. Thus, the 70 weeks was completed, and this includes the heavenly anointing of Christ upon his ascension into heaven. Feel free to drop me an email if you'd like to discuss it further.
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revised Was it Jesus' flight to or return from Egypt that fulfilled Hosea 11:1?
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comment Who is the subject of the “rebellion” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3?
I understand your point of view. But I don't think Daniel 9 makes mention of a man of sin. Daniel 9:27 refers to Christ's confirmation of the New Covenant in the midst of the 70th week. This was done at the cross. His blood being shed causes the sacrifices and oblations to cease, because it was Christ's blood that covered the "overspreading of abominations". In other words, Christ's blood covered a multitude of sins. The work of Christ is the sole focus of the entire chapter.
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answered Was it Jesus' flight to or return from Egypt that fulfilled Hosea 11:1?
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comment Who is the subject of the “rebellion” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3?
Also, I John 1:18 speaks of the Antichrist who is coming. Yet John clarifies the scope of these evil men this by writing, "18 Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there MANY antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time. In other words, there is not one particular man of sin, son of perdition, or even antichrist. It's one collective crew of evil doers controlled by the evil one. In my view at least.
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comment Who is the subject of the “rebellion” in 2 Thessalonians 2:3?
I believe "that wicked" (KJV) mentioned in II Thess 2:8 is indeed Satan. His wickedness is manifested through, what Paul called in Eph 2:2, the sons of disobedience. It's not the acts of Satan alone, or through one individual per se. This wickedness is Satan working though evil men. We must ask who are the "them" that perish vs 10. They are one in the same as those that fell away in vs 3. Paul calls them "the Son of perdition". Just as there is unity in Christ's body, there is unity within Satan's kingdom. Why the singular nouns? Consider Ps 14:1. The "fool" (singular) has said in his heart...
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