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Come unto me, all ye who are weary and heavy-laden and I will give you Rest. Matthew 11:28.

The grace and salvation of the Almighty does not require us to believe in Him.

It requires us to believe in ourselves and in the future of the human race. It requires fulfilling that one and only one contract He has with the Universe - the cyclical renewal phenomenon that even electrons obey - the Rest state.

Fulfilling the Sabbath contract is the only path to salvation for humankind and the Universe. There is neither new nor old testament, as the Sabbath contract is the one and only testament between Creator and Creation.


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comment Why did John write in this seemingly time-bending way?
If John had lived today, he would be a software engineer.
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comment Did Moses need a human guide in the wilderness?
There was this huge church. And the pastor said to the maintenance foreman who had been at he job for 20 years, Please do not leave us for you know where the nooks and corners are, where the warm or cold air flows, why certain pews are warmer. And when we go camping, and whenever we stop at a certain place, you seem to know better which spots are comfy and warm and which spots are damp and which plants/mushrooms could be used or eaten. Some people know the forest - they are leaders. Some people know the trees - they are the vital team members.
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comment What is the story behind mourning for Hadad-rimmon in Zechariah 12:11?
"see that your edit pushed this post into community wiki" - what is that? I have always wondered what/how "community wiki".
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comment “Jesus said to them ”I am" (John 18:6) - Did Jesus break a taboo here?
OK, I used ISA to locate עבודה as H5656. Is that a Strong's number?
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comment “Jesus said to them ”I am" (John 18:6) - Did Jesus break a taboo here?
I am not familiar with using Strong's numbering - Avodah is a word found in traditional Jewish liturgy/manuscripts.
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comment “Jesus said to them ”I am" (John 18:6) - Did Jesus break a taboo here?
I mentioned Watchman because I read a lot of Watchman and Tozer.
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comment Many difficulties with Samuel 14
This is a demo of Theocratically sanctioned Democracy. Just because a "theocratic authority" (like the Vatican) blindly declares an unjustified edict, the LORD will not guarantee support for such an edict if the masses reject it.
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comment What is the story behind mourning for Hadad-rimmon in Zechariah 12:11?
Thanks for the award. (Also thank you for changing my British spelling to US spelling. I am very used to writing in British style.) I think I made a mistake on the word את. I mistakenly presumed it was the pronoun you. I think it is more appropriately the accusative preposition which is used regardless of indirection and quantity. So the phrase should be translated "at the one whom they pierce".
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comment Apparent inconsistencies in the vision of the four chariots
Why make life complicated. The Chariots "leaves for the four ruachot". Ruach could be breath, wind or even dimensions. The horses are transported by the vessels. Zechariah had no idea what he was seeing and simply called them "chariots". And the projectiles he saw - the nearest description he could grasp were "horses". Don't use your human perception to map it to biblical phenomena.
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