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Out of Due Time

Discussion in 'Christian History' started by Ben5708, Sep 11, 2019 at 2:46 PM.

  1. Ben5708

    Ben5708 New Member

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    … "where was the “Hebrew of the Hebrews” that first Passover when the Lord whom Saul was seeking, suddenly came to His temple (cf. Mal 3:1)? And where was Saul the “final” Passover three years later when “Jesus entered into the temple of God , and [again] cast out all that sold and bought in the temple, and overthrew the tables of the money-changers and the seats of those that sold the doves” (Matthew 21:12)? From Paul there is only silence!”…

    Out of Due Time
     
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  2. Oscarr

    Oscarr Senior Veteran Supporter

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    Probably not relevant to Luke when he wrote his gospel and Acts, and not to Paul in any of the letters he wrote to the churches.
     
  3. Ben5708

    Ben5708 New Member

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    The words of Scripture are measured, never more than required ─ every one for a purpose. So, I am reluctant to say: “probably not relevant” then or now ─ but rather that I am yet to understand some marvelous new truth.

    “The grass withereth, the flower fadeth: but the word of our God shall stand for ever” (Isa 40:8).
     
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