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Birth of Jesus Christ is a Double Sided Sword Loophole

Discussion in 'Christian Scriptures' started by ugmug, Dec 23, 2018.

  1. ugmug

    ugmug New Member

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    Birth of Jesus Christ is a Double Sided Sword Loophole

    People, especially the wicked, enjoy a good loophole where they are able to escape judgment. The birth of Jesus Christ is one such loophole, but in reverse. With the birth of Jesus Christ those who expect not to be judged are actually brought to judgment.

    Consider that after the great flood of Noah God promised not to destroy mankind ever again. God went so far as to place a rainbow surrounding his throne as a sign of his promise. But in the Book of Revelation there is depicted a great judgment of mankind emanating from heaven itself. Has God gone back on his promise?

    In the promise God made he said he would not destroy mankind. But Jesus Christ is God's Son - God become man - so now God has regained the authority to judge mankind for their sins through his son Jesus Christ who is God become a man.

    God said he would not Judge mankind as a God, but will judge mankind as a man!

    This fact is why so many people are lamenting and clamouring in the Book of Revelation for someone to open the scroll of judgment that begins mankind's final judgment. God the Father cannot open it because of his promise but Jesus Christ who is God's son - God become man - can open the scroll.

    It is interesting that Jesus Christ is called the second and last Adam. Adam was the first human to be created and as such he was both sinless and not placed under any other law or covenant (hint: mosaic law) except one.... not to eat of the forbidden tree.

    When a person believes in Jesus Christ, and they receive the presence of Jesus Christ in their being by the indwelling Holy Spirit, what they receive is a person who predates the 10 commandments and the mosaic law of the Old Covenant so there can never be any condemnation under Christ for any sin except original sin in the Garden of Eden (hint: which is where we received the knowledge of Good and Evil).

    Everyone loves a loophole and with Jesus Christ mankind receives two loopholes.

    One loophole is that when Jesus Christ dwells in every believer the person can never be charged with violating the 10 commandments, or any mosaic law, for Jesus Christ is the second and last Adam and therefore predates mankind ever receiving the 10 Commandments or the Old Covenant.

    But equally Jesus is God become man so God's promise not to judge or destroy mankind is now null and void, but only for Jesus Christ. So Jesus Christ's birth represents a double sword loophole where those on one side are forgiven all their sins and a life eternal in heaven. While all others are judged to an eternity in hell.

    Believe in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ and then get baptized. And rest assured you'll be forgiven for the only sin possible under Jesus Christ - original sin - which is evidenced by our having the knowledge of Good and Evil.

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  2. SkyWriting

    SkyWriting The Librarian Supporter

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    There are no loopholes. Sinners not only die physical deaths, but receive a second death as well. Any sinner who refuses forgiveness, gets none. Not being forgiven is hardly a keen loophole. Additionally believers must account for their actions after they begin their life of faith. They will not recieive the promised wage of DEATH for every sin, but must still live with their actions. God will forget their sins, but that doesn't mean your sins are brushed into a dark corner. There are no dark corners in Heaven. You get to live, but you live with full knowledge of your past sins, even as a believer.
     
  3. AvgJoe

    AvgJoe Member since 2005 Supporter

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    Consider the actual promise that God made in Genesis 9:11 (CEV):

    11) I promise every living creature that the earth and those living on it will never again be destroyed by a flood.​

    Makes a big difference when the entire promise is referenced. The answer to your question, No, God has not gone back on His promise and can rightfully choose to destroy the earth by any means, other than a flood.
     
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  4. eleos1954

    eleos1954 God is Love Supporter

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    "In the promise God made he said he would not destroy mankind." Not so.

    He said he would not destroy by a flood.

    Genesis 9:11

    And I will make my agreement with you; never again will all flesh be cut off by the waters; never again will the waters come over all the earth for its destruction.

    He said he wouldn't destroy by water/flood ... destruction next time it's by fire.

    God always keeps His promises.

    God Bless.
     
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