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Search results for query: "Hebrews 5:9"

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  1. Brickjectivity

    Fully Human and Fully Devine

    Thank you for the comment. I will address you and @paarsurrey at the same time. The concept of divinity in humans is mentioned many times in the Pentateuch whenever it talks about being made in the image of God. The concept of image is not that of a photo but of a miniature, like a hologram...
  2. A

    I Just Proved That Jesus Is A False Messiah In Less Than 5 Minutes

    hmm, I am never surprised to read threads such as this...it ignores a second prophecy about the Messiah and the incarnation of the God/man (Jesus) and his elevation to High Priest after his ascension to heaven. Is it not found in the book of Hebrews (written by/or on behalf of the apostle Paul)...
  3. joelr

    There is no evidence for God, so why do you believe?

    more, there are about 100 more as well: Believers are Christian, don't care what you think. Overcome.He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God. --...
  4. Fool

    Do Christians Have an Excuse for Their Sin?

    some can argue anything. matthew 5:48 jesus was supposedly fully human and perfect Hebrews 5:9 so then only love/light is good.
  5. ElishaElijah

    Do the gospels report that Jesus liked his food and wine with nasty people, sometimes to excess?

    Just to let you know I don’t think I’m superior to anyone but do believe the Bible is the Word of God and is the Truth so any idea that contradicts the Truth of Scripture is false in my view, the Scripture also teaches this. Psalm 119 “Every word of God proves true; he is a shield to those who...
  6. Brickjectivity

    Do the gospels report that Jesus liked his food and wine with nasty people, sometimes to excess?

    I respect you as an equal not as a superior. We can reason about what is scriptural doctrine. There is a difference between saying Jesus becomes divine and saying that God becomes a man. All have one Father, and Jesus is the first of many brothers. In a way I don't disagree. I'm also not...
  7. Soapy

    Watchtower: Jesus is not "a god"!

    The Son was begotten when the Father said: “You are my Son, this day I have begotten you!” This from Hebrews 5:1-10: 1Every high priest is selected from among the people and is appointed to represent the people in matters related to God, to offer gifts and sacrifices for sins. 2He is able to...
  8. F

    The Restitution Of All Things

    The Heavenly Pioneer Jesus Christ is the Author & Finisher of faith. (Hebr. 12:2) The Author= Archegos = Chief Leader/ Prince/ Author. Hebrews 5:9 has no English equivalent to express the meaning here. The Author = Archegos= Prince/ Author/ Captain. Archegos Meaning in Bible - New...
  9. Oeste

    Watchtower: Jesus is not "a god"!

    We’ve been through this multiple times before Clear. @Brian2 has pointed this out to you and so haven’t I. It suggests you haven’t read Paul carefully or the New Testament in general because you appear to miss the point Paul makes in its entirety. I’m trying to put this in a way that might...
  10. Oeste

    Watchtower: Jesus is not "a god"!

    How Paul used χαρακτηρ The double clause that opens v.3 describes the Son’s relation to God more directly and even more unequivocally, not now in his creative role but in hi essential nature: his is “the radiance of God’s glory and the exact representation of his being.” He is, in other words...
  11. Nova2216

    Jesus Said "It Is Finished"

    27 Things to Which Salvation Is Ascribed Christ’s words (John 6:63). The Holy Spirit (John 16:8; Titus 3:5). Faith (Romans 10:10). Repentance (Luke 13:3; 2 Peter 3:9). Baptism (Mark 16:16; 1 Peter 3:21; Titus 3:5). God (John 3:16; Titus 2:11). Christ’s works (John 20:30–31). Calling on His...
  12. Brickjectivity

    Reason for Jesus Death Explained

    I'll cite a couple of classic NT authors on this subject: First the most difficult John 11:51-52 "He did not say this on his own, but as high priest that year he prophesied that Jesus would die for the Jewish nation, and not only for that nation but also for the scattered children of God, to...
  13. Brickjectivity

    Romans 8:3

    There is a very good Christadelphian lecture tape I have listened to, and it points out a verse in Hebrews that points out Jesus is made perfect through his death. Sorry I do not remember who is the speaker. Hebrews 5:9 and 7:28 both comment on this. "and, once made perfect, he became the...
  14. Brickjectivity

    The Baptism of Christ

    Jesus Human Heart: Jesus in Matthew 15:19 is quoted to say that murder and all kinds of evil come from the heart. He is echoing statements by others, such as Jeremiah. Jesus presumably has a heart and also has the law of sin to contend with. In the gospels we are told that Jesus is tempted...
  15. Brickjectivity

    "My God! My God! Why Have You Forsaken Me!"

    The man is suffering for a purpose and refers us to Psalm 22 to make the point. Part of psalm 22 says "For he has not despised or scorned the suffering of the afflicted one; he has not hidden his face from him but has listened to his cry for help." It talks about future generations. The...
  16. Jeremiah Ames

    Question for LDS

    I pretty much agree with what you say here. An exception is the comment about a very few receiving eternal torment. I can’t see how a God of love would torment any eternally. That’s just me. I look at another concept somewhat different as well. As I noted in my other comment, I like the sheep...
  17. Katzpur

    Question for LDS

    I think it all depends upon what you mean by salvation. If "salvation" means nothing more to you than avoiding eternal damnation, then you are not understanding the word the way Latter-day Saints do. We see the word "salvation" as having different meanings, depending upon the context. I...
  18. U

    How are these Great Beings explained?

    There are verses to all the sacraments. Baptism, repentence, conviction, and communion. What church does not have these things when they are in scripture? Do you understand the logic? A christian's salvation is based on the physical ressurrection of christ. If the PR is symbolic, so is there...
  19. loverofhumanity

    How are these Great Beings explained?

    First I saw and see Christ and belief in Him and obedience to Him as the path to salvation. I don’t view the sacraments or interpretations of others as a means to salvation. Christ’s Physical body was not what was important but His Message of love. Not all Christians accept a bodily...
  20. Repox

    The Divinity of Christ

    Thanks, but I have a special understanding of the Bible which doesn't conform to most believers ideas, but it is works for me. I believe Jesus was God and not the son of God. Mostly, the OT has the correct perspective. The NT is in error because it proposes Jesus was the son of God, not God. God...