₦airaland Forum

Welcome, Guest: Join Nairaland / LOGIN! / Trending / Recent / New
Stats: 1,929,762 members, 3,975,730 topics. Date: Monday, 18 December 2017 at 11:54 AM

PastorAIO's Posts

Nairaland Forum / PastorAIO's Profile / PastorAIO's Posts

(0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (of 247 pages)

Religion / Re: A Biblical View Of Tithes by PastorAIO: 10:49pm On Dec 16
traeces:

I am wondering how you arrived at this assumption. Will Jesus lie or steal to make up his tithe? If not, why should I?

Jesus wouldn't have Tithed. But you do.

1 Like

Religion / Re: In The Beginning There Was An End. by PastorAIO: 4:17pm On Dec 16
Eternal return (also known as "eternal recurrence"wink is a concept that the universe and all existence and energy has been recurring, and will continue to recur, in a self-similar form an infinite number of times across infinite time or space. The concept is found in Indian philosophy[citation needed] and in ancient Egypt[citation needed] and was subsequently taken up by the Pythagoreans and Stoics.[citation needed] With the decline of antiquity and the spread of Christianity, the concept fell into disuse in the Western world, with the exception of Friedrich Nietzsche, who connected the thought to many of his other concepts, including amor fati.

Wikipedia

1 Like

Religion / Re: Des Pensees by PastorAIO: 4:13pm On Dec 16
Geist:
please can you shed more light on the difference between the intentional misrepresentation of self to others and the self as self construed. Also how does investing in ones persona prove a stumbling block to spiritual growth. Shouldn't everyone have a persona and a good persona at that? Wouldn't that require some level of investment? I sense this might have to do with the level of investment one puts in and if so how does one know the level that would be deemed dangerous to spiritual growth?


First, what is the difference between 'intentional misrepresentation' and the 'self as self construed'.

With intentional misrepresentation you know full well that you have qualities unlike the image you are projecting. If people see you as honest and uncovetuous yet deep down you know that you are well capable of stealing, and yet still you purposely promote and project the self image of not being a thief.... Then that is an intentional misrepresentation.

On the other hand we are also quite capable of lying to ourselves and in fact our self image, the way we see ourselves consciously, is necessarily based on a lie. The self image you have of yourself is created by an often subconscious process that involves suppressing certain elements of your Self and highlighting certain others. By the time it emerges as a conscious self image the lie has already set in and you don't even know yourself that you are nothing like the way you see yourself. At this point if your self image can be demonstrated to be false to you the effect can even be quite Traumatic.

Much has been made of the human ability for Cognitive Dissonance. This is when two contradictory positions can be held simultaneously without any feeling of disturbance. Or when one can hold a position and yet be fully aware of facts that contradict that position, without any feeling of disturbance.


Secondly, How does cultivating a persona detract from spiritual growth? Isn't cultivating a good persona a good thing?


I don't want to present my opinions as a strictly christian position. However I make reference to the teachings of Jesus in Matthew 6.

1“Beware of practicing your righteousness before other people in order to be seen by them, for then you will have no reward from your Father who is in heaven.


4so that your giving may be in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.


5“And when you pray, you must not be like the hypocrites. For they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and at the street corners, that they may be seen by others. Truly, I say to you, they have received their reward. 6But when you pray, go into your room and shut the door and pray to your Father who is in secret. And your Father who sees in secret will reward you.




The reward gained by ostentation is the social acclaim. That is where the benefit stops. There is no inner or spiritual advantage.

True spiritual growth will require a more astute self appraisal than is done in cultivating public image. Spiritual growth requires quite the opposite. A regular confession of true inner sentiments and deeds.
I'll explain why in a subsequent post..
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 5:45pm On Dec 07
OLAADEGBU:


If you find the first quiz difficult then crack this one: "Godisnowhere." How do you see it?

grin grin He heehee. He has been reduced to making inane wordplay jokes.
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 4:59pm On Dec 07
Since God is supposed to create the world ex nihilo, out of nothing, according to some, it is obviously ridiculous that the same people who make that claim should then say that Something cannot be made from nothing.

That is to say that their claim about God creating the universe is impossible and thus they contradict themselves and show themselves to be confused morons.

2 Likes 1 Share

Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 4:56pm On Dec 07
OLAADEGBU:


Let me first know how you reason by breaking down that sentence and only then I will answer your question. cool

It's okay. Luckily, I won't die if you can't answer.
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 4:29pm On Dec 07
OLAADEGBU:


How do you read this sentence? "Godisnothing" undecided

The question I asked was whether your god made something from nothing. According to you?
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 2:57pm On Dec 07
OLAADEGBU:


Facts like something came from nothing? undecided

Didn't your God make something from Nothing, according to you?

1 Like 1 Share

Religion / Re: Des Pensees by PastorAIO: 9:07pm On Dec 06

<< Matthew 6 >>
1 Take heed that ye do not your righteousness before men, to be seen of them: else ye have no reward with your Father who is in heaven.


A persona, in the word everyday usage, is a social role or a character played by an actor. This is an Italian word that derives from the Latin for "mask" or "character", derived from the Etruscan word "phersu", with the same meaning. Popular etymology derives the word from Latin "per" meaning "through" and "sonare" meaning "to sound", meaning something in the vein of "that through which the actor speaks", i.e. a mask (early Greek actors wore masks).


The persona is also the mask or appearance one presents to the world.[1] It may appear in dreams under various guises (see Carl Jung and his psychology). Importantly, the persona, used in this sense, is not a pose or some other intentional misrepresentation of the self to others. Rather, it is the self as self-construed, and may change according to situation and context.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persona

the persona


The persona is a complicated system of relations between individual consciousness and society, fittingly enough a kind of mask, designed on the one hand to make a definite impression upon others, and, on the other, to conceal the true nature of the individual.

"The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious" (1928). In CW 7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology. P.305

Every calling or profession has its own characteristic persona. It is easy to study these things nowadays, when the photographs of public personalities so frequently appear in the press. A certain kind of behaviour is forced on them by the world, and professional people endeavour to come up to these expectations. Only, the danger is that they become identical with their personas-the professor with his text-book, the tenor with his voice. Then the damage is done; henceforth he lives exclusively against the background of his own biography. . . . The garment of Deianeira has grown fast to his skin, and a desperate decision like that of Heracles is needed if he is to tear this Nessus shirt from his body and step into the consuming fire of the flame of immortality, in order to transform himself into what he really is. One could say, with a little exaggeration, that the persona is that which in reality one is not, but which oneself as well as others think one is.
"Concerning Rebirth" (1940). In CW 9, Part I: The Archetypes and the Collective Unconscious. P.221

I once made the acquaintance of a very venerable personage - in fact, one might easily call him a saint. I stalked round him for three whole days, but never a mortal failing did I find in him. My feeling of inferiority grew ominous, and I was beginning to think seriously of how I might better myself. Then, on the fourth day, his wife came to consult me, Well, nothing of the sort has ever happened to me since. But this I did learn: that any man who becomes one with his persona can cheerfully let all disturbances manifest themselves through his wife without her noticing it, though she pays for her self-sacrifice with a bad neurosis.
"The Relations between the Ego and the Unconscious" (1928). In CW 7: Two Essays on Analytical Psychology. P.306



PR: We all have our pr. We invest so much of our energy and resources into maintaining it. By pr I mean the image that we present to the world. This is a fundamental aspect of our psychological make up, the need to be seen in a certain way by society. The awful truth is that no one is like their pr. There is so much more to the human being than the way he presents himself. In fact I can say with almost total certainty that the the truth about someone involves the diametric opposite of the manner in which they have presented themselves.

But what has all this got to do with Religion? Well I believe that the mask and all the investment and energy that we put into it is a major stumbling block to spiritual growth.

---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

From here: http://www.nairaland.com/320733/back-track-jack#4505079
Religion / Re: Des Pensees by PastorAIO: 8:36pm On Dec 06
I Tried To Join The Illuminati and Got Scammed
Mack Lamoureux





The first message the Twitter user named Johnson Larry sent to me was pretty innocuous—the second one, not so much.

“Hello,” he initially wrote me before taking a brief pause. “Do you want to join Illuminati where we will be paying you the sum of $100,000 usd if yes get back to us now for more information.”

I, like we all would, responded in the affirmative that, hell yes, I would love to join the Illuminati.

I mean, who wouldn’t want to join the Illuminati? On top of joining the illustrious club of heavy hitters who run the world—like Beyoncé, Henry Kissinger, and the Queen—I would apparently be getting $100,000—in American dollars nonetheless!!! (Look, just getting paid in American dollars is a big deal for a Canadian.)

This was my ticket out of this hellhole, baby!

As our chat went on, I learned that Mr. Larry was the “Grand Master,” that it was his job to recruit people into the Illuminati, and that he had been in the group for 19 years or so. However, he wanted to take this conversation to WhatsApp—the official app of the secretive underworld.

https://www.vice.com/en_uk/article/a3jgj8/i-tried-to-join-the-illuminati-and-got-scammed


I read this and something rang a bell. I believe I've seen some offers like this here on Nairaland.

The biggest joke is that these guys actually score successes. There are even threads on NL of people requesting for lodges that they can join.

It's like Fela said: "See as african man life dey roll/ Suffer don dabaru him sense"
Religion / Re: A Biblical View Of Tithes by PastorAIO: 1:56am On Dec 06
PastorAIO:


So you don't keep the sabbath.

So you don't keep to Kosher diet.

You don't keep the Jubilee either.

I bet you lie and steal too. Especially when you need to make up your tithe payments.
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 1:55am On Dec 06
OLAADEGBU:


Evolution is an ideology just like Islamism is an ideology. cool

Let's just strike all that please and go back to the 'Creation Science' part.

What is Creation Science? And how is it different from Creationism?
Religion / Re: A Biblical View Of Tithes by PastorAIO: 3:50pm On Dec 05
traeces:

I keep the law of God as "completed and put together"-matt 5:17 (MSG) by the life and teachings of the lord Jesus.

So you don't keep the sabbath.

So you don't keep to Kosher diet.

You don't keep the Jubilee either.
Religion / Re: A Biblical View Of Tithes by PastorAIO: 3:29pm On Dec 05
traeces:

It is so unfortunate that anyone will allow his or her faith to be guided by "what you guys have said" rather than by what the scriptures say.
Grace does not equate lawlessness. On the contrary grace implies empowerment to keep God's law (Titus 2:11). So if anyone for claims that because he or she is under grace and not under the law so is free from the law of God, the above scriptures clearly show that such a one is anything but a Christian.
In essence, we don't get to choose what portion of the bible applies to us and what portion does not. We follow Jesus, we copy his life and we obey his instructions since he is the only one in all of creation of whom it is written: "This is my beloved son in whom I am well pleased, hear him" and he it is that has commanded us not to Neglect tithes (Matt 23:23)

You missed my question (in spite of the fact that I put it in bold font). Do you keep Sabbath and kosher laws?
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 3:27pm On Dec 05
OLAADEGBU:


isms are ideologies not science. Creation science is true science. Evolution is based on blind faith while Creation is based on faith in God. Faith in God is not blind faith, it is based on the fact of God's existence seen clearly through creation. cool

Where did you see -ism in Evolution?
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 2:22pm On Dec 05
OLAADEGBU:


Creationism is different from Creation science just as Evolution is different from True science. cool

explain the difference, please.
Religion / Re: A Biblical View Of Tithes by PastorAIO: 12:56pm On Dec 05
Just because of Tithe you folk are ready to contradict everything that you've said previously. What happened to the New Covenant vs Old Covenant brouhaha that you guys liked to raise?

You are not willing to claim Grace anymore since that will chop inside your tithe money. O ma se o!!!

So I take it that you are a strict sabbath observer. When I first heard this passage, Matthew 5:18, it was from Seventh Day adventists who use it to support their adherence to Kosher laws and strict torah observance.

Mister Man, unless you are a strict Torah observer I can only conclude that your reason for quoting Matt 5:18 is just to exclusively defend your unchristian practice of tithing.




traeces:
Scriptural Texts: Matt 5:17-20(MSG) ROM 3:31(TLB) Mal 3:10

As one who has carefully followed the #freethesheeples debate on tithing in a bid to challenge my theology and also understand the viewpoints of #freethesheple movement founded by @daddyfreeze , I find that the whole argument on #tithes is built on this one notion that, WE LIVE UNDER GRACE AND NOT UNDER THE LAW and what that means for a great majority of members of the movement is that we can choose what portions of the bible applies to us and what portions do not apply.
However, Jesus through whom we enter into the mercy and grace of God held a totally different view. His word says, "Don't assume for a minute that I have come to demolish the scriptures - either God's law or the prophets...God's word is more real and lasting than the stars in the sky and the ground at your feet...trivialize even the smallest item in God's law and you will only have trivialized yourself...Unless you do far better than the Pharisees in the matters of right living, you won't know the first thing about entering the kingdom of God."
There are still stars in the sky and there is still ground at your feet so why will you trivialize sections of God's word?
So you see, the argument that Malachi 3:10, Matt 23:23 and several other such scriptures does not apply to us is fallacious. Especially that Mark 13:37 says, "What I say to you, then, I say to all..." It means if God has ever said it to anybody anywhere, God is saying it to you too.
Therefore, since faith in Christ does not in the least nullify the law of God, I am confident that everyone with regard for scriptural facts will agree that tithing is still as scriptural today as it was in Abraham's day.
#biblefacts
#Tithe
#mytestimony
Copied from Instagram

CC: lalasticlala
Mynd44
Seun

1 Like

Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 11:29am On Dec 05
OLAADEGBU:


You don't need a science qualification to discern the lie of evolution being dressed up as 'science.' cool

Creationism dressed up as science nko? Abi you want to deny that? What is your motivation for that?

1 Like

Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 10:22pm On Dec 04
GoodMuyis:


Deliberately you refuse to understand his statement

Kindly explain. What did he means when he said that you didn't need a science degree? Can the bible teach your surgeon how to conduct surgery? Can it inform you on how to build a car? What did he mean by saying that you didn't need a science degree but rather the bible? Abegi explain am to me o.
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 7:10pm On Dec 04
AgentOfAllah:


Even if we presuppose the existence of absolute vacuum, it would just be the absence of matter in general. Since matter isn't everything, it would not necessarily be nothing. In fact, vacuum is known to possess quanta of energy known as zero point energy, which, when summed up in all of space, amounts to something quite significant.

On the other hand, the non-existence of space and time is something quite speculative. In the best case scenario, we can shrink the known universe to the diameter of a Planck's length by going back in time. Below this, we know the universe existed in some sort of singularity, but we don't quite know for how long it remained in that state. Additionally, the nature of singularity is so nebulous as to defy conceptualisation. How then does one begin to understand nothingness when we are still unable to see beyond something?

Hmmm this is absolutely fascinating. So basically we are dealing with nebulous poorly defined terms when we say things like 'the universe came out of nothing'. Or rather when Olaadegbu says, ' the universe came out of nothing'.
It seems that this isn't really the position of most contemporary scientists and would in fact reduce this thread to one big massive straw man argument. But what a poorly strawman, the straw is not well bound and there are tufts of straw falling all over the place. sigh.

2 Likes

Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 4:18pm On Dec 04
AgentOfAllah:


If an electron and a positron collide, both the electron and positron will cease to exist, but their energy must be conserved. As such, they will most likely emit electromagnetic energy (photons) which will exist indefinitely unless absorbed by another system, in which case, it will simply be converted to another form of energy.

The reverse process is trickier! It's not so easy to covert a single photon into an electron-positron pair (massive matter) since the electron and positron will have to go in different directions to exist (change in momentum from the original photon). For this to happen, the photon must collide with something (typically an atomic nucleus). However, multiple photons can be converted to massive matter and still conserve energy and momentum (since massive matter can have zero momentum).

In all cases, something keeps converting to something else. There is no conceivable scenario in which something pops out of nothing, or for that matter, no conceivable scenario in which nothing exists!

Thanks for that.

I think that your last statement would depend on how you define Nothing. For instance would an empty vacuum be classified as nothing. Or would Nothing involve also the non existence of Space and Time.
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 10:28am On Dec 04
PastorAIO:
Is it possible for something to become nothing? For example, if an electron and a positron collide what will happen to the electron?
What if that process were reversed?
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 9:23pm On Dec 03
Is it possible for something to become nothing? For example, if an electron and a positron collide what will happen to the electron?
What if that process were reversed?
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 9:19pm On Dec 03
OLAADEGBU:


What we have are pseudo scientists believing that something came out of nothing which is scientifically impossible and yet they want us to see them as scientists. undecided

If it is scientifically impossible then how did Yahoo do it.
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 4:42pm On Dec 03
OLAADEGBU:


What we have are pseudo scientists believing that something came out of nothing which is scientifically impossible and yet they want us to see them as scientists. undecided

But you don't need a science qualification to consider yourself a scientist, ba?
Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 10:56am On Dec 03
OLAADEGBU:


You neither need a theology degree nor a science degree, what you need is faith in the solid Word of God. cool

I didn't ask you about science degree, but thank you for informing us that you don't think a science degree is required to practice science. It's obvious now why we have so many half baked semiqualified professionals in nigeria today.

7 Likes 1 Share

Religion / Re: Are Atheists Qualified To Speak On Christianity? by PastorAIO: 12:35am On Dec 03
Do you have a theology degree? are you suggesting that a university degree is necessary in order to speak about religion or one's experience of religion.
Religion / Re: Is The Hebrew Monotheistic Belief A Product Of Religious Syncretism? by PastorAIO: 9:03am On Nov 22
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40704990


John - not his real name - became a Jehovah's Witness as a young child when his parents decided to join the religious group.
But two years ago, he was disfellowshipped after he missed a Jehovah's Witness memorial service - seen in the religion as an important event.
He had also begun to privately have doubts about some of the religion's teachings - questioning the faith's assertion that the end of the world is imminent, and that only 144,000 human beings will go to heaven.
His view on the religion was also tarnished after ones of his friends died, when a blood transfusion - which is not allowed in the faith - might have saved him.
"It was a waste of a life," he says.
John says he later discovered his wife had testified against him during the process that led to his disfellowship, which he believes placed a great strain on their relationship.
He left the family home - living temporarily in tents and caravans.
"It was a very isolating time. I didn't have anyone, I felt quite suicidal," he says.
He has now lost contact with his two adult children and siblings.
"Sometimes I send them a message saying, 'I love you, I'm still thinking of you.' But usually there's no response," he says.

1 Like 1 Share

Religion / Re: Is The Hebrew Monotheistic Belief A Product Of Religious Syncretism? by PastorAIO: 9:01am On Nov 22
It makes sense that even if a JW agrees with you in his heart he will be too terrify to say so openly if it goes against what he's been told to believe and profess because the emotional cost is too hefty.
JWs are afraid to admit the truth because it will mean losing all their friends and their family. Since they have no emotional connections with anyone outside the organisation being disfellowshopped means losing everything.

The behaviour of JWs on the thread becomes clear. You can't really blame them or reproach them. You ought instead to feel sorry for them.
Religion / Re: Is The Hebrew Monotheistic Belief A Product Of Religious Syncretism? by PastorAIO: 8:55am On Nov 22
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-40704990

For some former Jehovah's Witnesses, leaving the faith is not just the mark of losing your religion - it can also mean losing your loved ones. In many cases, friends and family are told to cut all ties with ex-believers, leaving them isolated and sometimes suicidal.

"I don't speak to any of my family," Sarah - not her real name - tells the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme.

"Because of being 'disfellowshipped', I can have no contact."

Last year, Sarah - in her 20s - was excluded by the Jehovah's Witnesses in a process known as "disfellowshipping", she says sparked by her refusal to live in an abusive relationship.

She claims her partner at the time had been violent towards her, at one stage leaving her with broken ribs.

'Remove the wicked'

Going to the police - and involving those from outside the religion - is heavily discouraged by Jehovah's Witnesses, she says, claiming that elders within the faith refused to punish her ex-partner's behaviour.

It was only when work colleagues noticed the bruising, and convinced her not to put up with the abuse, that she says she fled the relationship.

Sarah claims she was consequently disfellowshipped by the religion, and that her friends and family cut all ties with her.

This is because Jehovah's Witnesses believe those outside the religion can be of detriment to their faith.

In a statement the religious group told the BBC: "If a baptised Witness makes a practice of breaking the Bible's moral code, and does not given evidence of stopping the practice, he or she will be shunned or disfellowshipped.

"When it comes to shunning, Witnesses take their instructions from the Bible and on this subject the Bible clearly states, 'Remove the wicked man from amongst yourselves.'"

The night she was disfellowshipped, Sarah says her mother refused to talk to her. Her father woke her up at 07:00 to kick her out of their home.

Responding to Sarah's claims, the Jehovah's Witnesses said that while it could not comment on individual cases, "violence, whether physical or emotional, is strongly condemned in the Bible and has no place in a Christian family".

For some former Jehovah's Witnesses, leaving the faith is not just the mark of losing your religion - it can also mean losing your loved ones. In many cases, friends and family are told to cut all ties with ex-believers, leaving them isolated and sometimes suicidal.

"I don't speak to any of my family," Sarah - not her real name - tells the BBC's Victoria Derbyshire programme.

"Because of being 'disfellowshipped', I can have no contact."

Last year, Sarah - in her 20s - was excluded by the Jehovah's Witnesses in a process known as "disfellowshipping", she says sparked by her refusal to live in an abusive relationship.

She claims her partner at the time had been violent towards her, at one stage leaving her with broken ribs.

'Remove the wicked'

Going to the police - and involving those from outside the religion - is heavily discouraged by Jehovah's Witnesses, she says, claiming that elders within the faith refused to punish her ex-partner's behaviour.

It was only when work colleagues noticed the bruising, and convinced her not to put up with the abuse, that she says she fled the relationship.

Sarah claims she was consequently disfellowshipped by the religion, and that her friends and family cut all ties with her.

This is because Jehovah's Witnesses believe those outside the religion can be of detriment to their faith.

In a statement the religious group told the BBC: "If a baptised Witness makes a practice of breaking the Bible's moral code, and does not given evidence of stopping the practice, he or she will be shunned or disfellowshipped.

"When it comes to shunning, Witnesses take their instructions from the Bible and on this subject the Bible clearly states, 'Remove the wicked man from amongst yourselves.'"

The night she was disfellowshipped, Sarah says her mother refused to talk to her. Her father woke her up at 07:00 to kick her out of their home.

Responding to Sarah's claims, the Jehovah's Witnesses said that while it could not comment on individual cases, "violence, whether physical or emotional, is strongly condemned in the Bible and has no place in a Christian family".
Religion / Re: Is The Hebrew Monotheistic Belief A Product Of Religious Syncretism? by PastorAIO: 3:43pm On Nov 21
truthislight:


Lol grin

Where is your right hand man youguyz, he started out like you and became a nonentity. Why not invite him to help you?

Am only surprised at what deceit and hate can do to an otherwise useful mind. Waste it. A mind is too much a beautiful thing to be wasted........... How can i help you right now?

Ok, Leave evil and start doing good and it shall be well with you. grin happy now? be a good boy and run along now to your master Youguyz. he started it before you since you said you are just starting.

Youguyz actually turned out to be Gay and crooked like you, but you, you have so much potential, It will be a big waste if instead of sharing knowledge you descend to this cesspit.

Here is another one. You said that Jesus came at some date in the 18something something but he was invisible. Then you said actually he came in 1914 but was invisible so no one saw him.

This is what the bible says:

23Then if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘There he is!’ do not believe it. 24For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders, so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect. 25See, I have told you beforehand. 26So, if they say to you, ‘Look, he is in the wilderness,’ do not go out. If they say, ‘Look, he is in the inner rooms,’ do not believe it. 27For as the lightning comes from the east and shines as far as the west, so will be the coming of the Son of Man.

Matthew 24

The bible said when he comes all the nations of the earth will see him.

Your people said he was invisible and that is why no one saw him.

1 Like

Religion / Re: Is The Hebrew Monotheistic Belief A Product Of Religious Syncretism? by PastorAIO: 3:42pm On Nov 21
truthislight:


Lol grin

Where is your right hand man youguyz, he started out like you and became a nonentity. Why not invite him to help you?

Am only surprised at what deceit and hate can do to an otherwise useful mind. Waste it. A mind is too much a beautiful thing to be wasted........... How can i help you right now?

Ok, Leave evil and start doing good and it shall be well with you. grin happy now? be a good boy and run along now to your master Youguyz. he started it before you since you said you are just starting.

Youguyz actually turned out to be Gay and crooked like you, but you, you have so much potential, It will be a big waste if instead of sharing knowledge you descend to this cesspit.


Here is another one. You said that Jesus came at some date in the 18something something but he was invisible. Then you said actually he came in 1914 but was invisible so no one saw him.

This is what the bible says:

23Then if anyone says to you, ‘Look, here is the Christ!’ or ‘There he is!’ do not believe it. 24For false christs and false prophets will arise and perform great signs and wonders, so as to lead astray, if possible, even the elect. 25See, I have told you beforehand. 26So, if they say to you, ‘Look, he is in the wilderness,’ do not go out. If they say, ‘Look, he is in the inner rooms,’ do not believe it. 27For as the lightning comes from the east and shines as far as the west, so will be the coming of the Son of Man.


Matthew 24

The bible said when he comes all the nations of the earth will see him.

Your people said he was invisible and that is why no one saw him.

(0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9) (of 247 pages)

(Go Up)

Sections: politics (1) business autos (1) jobs (1) career education (1) romance computers phones travel sports fashion health
religion celebs tv-movies music-radio literature webmasters programming techmarket

Links: (0) (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6) (7) (8) (9)

Nairaland - Copyright © 2005 - 2017 Oluwaseun Osewa. All rights reserved. See How To Advertise. 277
Disclaimer: Every Nairaland member is solely responsible for anything that he/she posts or uploads on Nairaland.