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A transgender Wyoming woman was convicted Wednesday of sexually assaulting a 10-year-old girl inside a bathroom.
Michelle Martinez, who was known as Miguel Martinez before identifying as female, was found guilty of first-degree and second-degree sexual abuse of a minor and could face up to 70 years in prison.
Transgender Wyoming woman convicted of sexually assaulting 10-year-old girl in bathroom
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The Identity of the Antichrist, the Two Beasts of Revelation, and the Whore of Babylon
The first beast of Revelation has seven heads,
And I stood upon the sand of the sea. And I saw from out of the sea a wild beast ascending, having ten horns and seven heads… (Revelation 13:1 [ABP])
Where the eighth and final head of the first beast of Revelation,
The beast who once was, and now is not, is an eighth king. He belongs to the seven and is going to his destruction. (Revelation 17:11 [NIV])
Will be a "United States of Europe", for a head symbolizes a kingdom in relation to this other vision,
Hello, I am a 19-year-old fellow Christian, and I have plenty of concerns regarding the Pre-Tribulation Rapture (PTR).
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Some of my favorite bible teachers, and preachers believe in the PTR. I never had a strong belief in it, but always kind of assumed it did exist, mostly because of the Left Behind movies/books, and the people I listened to. I like studying end times prophecy, and so, upon doing my own research, I started to doubt it's existence. I think that PTR believers' interpretation of Revelation is fairly accurate, with the coming Beast and tribulation (however, I'm not sure it's going to be exactly seven years long, because Revelation isn't specific enough), but I don't see any evidence that Christians...
A lot of people say, that there are Gentile Christians, but this doesn't make any sense considering that all a gentile is, is someone who is out of covenant with God. Someone not in covenant with God. But, as a Christian, you are in covenant with God - meaning, you cannot be a gentile christian.
It's an oxymoron.
You cannot be an out of covenant believer, because being a believer puts you in covenant with God.
Through faith, we are grafted into Israel, meaning that we are in covenant, and are God's chosen. We are grafted in along side, natural born Israel, therefore, the term Gentile, if you're a believer in Yahushua (Jesus), no longer applies to you. In Yahushua, you're many things - but a gentile, isn't one of them.
Greetings my brothers and sisters in Christ. I come to you in Love and in the power of the Holy Spirit. There is a issue in the church today that I need to address and i'm asking for your views (backed by scripture of course). After you accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior and you like 2 Cor 5:17 states "Become new" do you still confess your sins to God seeking forgiveness? I know the truth, I just wanna see what others have to say on the topic....