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Tony, It's very telling the last sentence that Jesus spoke to John the Baptist in Luke 7:23 How blessed is anyone who is not offended by me! It is amazing how even John after being told by the Spirt that Jesus was the son of God (John 1:33) that he too would have his doubts. John was imprisoned and Jesus did not come save him or get him out of it. Perhaps ...


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Gen 49.10 is a rather cryptic passage, and it's not obvious how to interpret it. If it is talking about a physical government, the first king was Saul, from Gibeah of the tribe of Benjamin and not from Judah. David was from Judah, it's true, but with the Babylonian captivity the scepter clearly departed to gentile nations, first Babylonia, then Persia, ...


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Why are people still looking for another messiah? Even John the Baptiser was a bit confused in Matthew 11: 2 When John, who was in prison, heard about the deeds of the Messiah, he sent his disciples 3to ask him, “Are you the one who is to come, or should we expect someone else?” And John was a prophet. People are not perfect in our understanding of the ...


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I have been pondering this verse for some time and finally decided to do a search to see what others have to say about it. My point of reference to answering it has more to do with responding to those of other faiths as well as confirming that the Trinity is what I have come to understand it to be. I also noticed that the last posting in the way of a ...


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