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Search results for query: "Mark 8:33"

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    Satan or satan, which is correct?

    By what I know, Jews for example write it “satan”. And I have understood the word means adversary or opponent. In this sense there can be many satans. Satan - Wikipedia One example of this is for example when Jesus seems to call Peter satan. One could think that maybe Peter was possessed by...
  2. Hockeycowboy

    Where is Satan?

    You're a trip!
  3. Skwim

    Where is Satan?

    Satan is behind Jesus. Mark 8:33 33 But when he had turned about and looked on his disciples, he rebuked Peter, saying, Get thee behind me, Satan: for thou savourest not the things that be of God, but the things that be of men. .
  4. Clear

    Do you believe that Jesus is YHVH?

    While I think the early Judeo-Christian worldview that Jesus was Old Testament Jehovah is more rational than many of the later religious theories, I wanted to make just one specific point regarding the early Texts, specifically the phrase, “get thee behind me Satan, come follow me” and versions...
  5. D

    Lucifer & Satan: Same, different, or what?

    Jesus did not say, peter, such and such. It is up for interpretation whether Jesus called Peter, satan , at all. If... you believe that Jesus did call Peter satan it is obvious, that He did not mean, the fallen angel. Note, 'god' is used for false gods, and is a name of God, at the same time...
  6. crossfire

    Lucifer & Satan: Same, different, or what?

    So are you saying that Jesus was calling Peter a fallen angel, or not, at Matthew 16:23 and Mark 8:33?
  7. wizanda

    Why Elohim if God is Absolutely One?

    Zechariah 3 is about Yeshua, not the return from Babylonian exile; as it is saying about cutting off Jerusalem (Zechariah 3:1-2), and satan rebuking him, which happened with Simon the stone (petros Mark 8:33). Yehoshua then called Simon the stone (petros), and only then in the whole of the...
  8. Yoshua

    Is it wrong for religious people to listen to secular music?

    This incident reveals one of the methods of Satan-by immediate suggestion as in the case of Judas (Luke 22:3; John 13:2,27). Sometimes, however, and, perhaps, most frequently, Satan's devices (2 Cor 2:11) include human agents. Those who are given over to evil and who persuade others to evil are...
  9. BilliardsBall

    Nothing Short Of Perfection

    I'm aware that Jesus, being prescient and divine, planned to redeem man before man even fell. Like most Christians, however, I find the notion that Satan was prescient of his own future fall to cause man's fall, and thus was offering to be a redeemer proactively, ridiculous on its face. Further...
  10. Clear

    Nothing Short Of Perfection

    Forum members : 1) REGARDING COUNTER-PRODUCTIVE PATTERNS OF THOUGHTS AND ACTIONS Clear said : “ I was referring to counter-productive patterns of thought and actions that prevent one from seeing any viewpoint other than their own. All of us are subject to this to some extent especially...
  11. savagewind

    Simon the Stumbling Stone

    One instance and Peter becomes something other than a friend of righteousness in your opinion. Is this accurate? Satan would have us do what WE think is right. Peter told Jesus that he should not have to suffer. He didn't campaign for it. So the writer of Mark 8:33 and of Matthew 16:23...
  12. J

    JW's Jesus is Archangel Michael?

    Jesus: Authority to rebuke Satan: Mark 8:33. Exclusively God’s Son: Hebrews 1:5. Receives worship and God’s future Kingdom: Hebrews 1:6; Matthew 28:17-18. Michael: Cannot rebuke Satan: Jude 9. Has an inferior name: Hebrews 1:4. Rejects worship; Not given God’s Kingdom: Revelation 22:8-9...
  13. J

    Watchtower Governing Body: Are They The Exclusive Channel For God??

    Basically Michael the arc Angel and Jesus are 2 different beings. In Daniel 10:13 Michael is specifically called "one of the chief princes." If he's "one of" that means he's not unique, but of a group of "chief princes." Which proves that he is not unique. By contrast the Greek word used to...
  14. kepha31

    Is it possible for believers to believe the Bible has mistakes in it?

    Matthew 28: 16 Now the eleven disciples went to Galilee, to the mountain to which Jesus had directed them. 17 And when they saw him they worshiped him; but some doubted. 18 And Jesus came and said to them, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. 19 Go therefore and make...
  15. sincerly

    Genesis 2

    Originally Posted by sincerly View Post As Sonofason remarked ". Outhouse, thank you for using the "quote function" to acknowledge who your intended recipient is. I do not know who the "We" is who doesn't "care"---as I reposted his comments. Are you a co-joined twin? Or is it--"me...
  16. kjw47

    Jehovah's Witnesses only: Is it true?

    Jesus comes with the voice of the archangel because it is his voice. rev Michael leads Gods armies--Jesus leads Gods armies--because they are the same being. Only Jesus has the right to battle satan in the war in heaven-- The first ride of the white( righteous) horse--- This is the war in...
  17. icebuddy

    Jehovah's Witnesses only: Is it true?

    Jehovah created Michael directly - Jesus created Micheal (John 1:3 & Col 1:16) not one thing was created apart from Jesus, meaning Jesus created the angel Micheal. Some People believe that Jesus is Micheal the arc-angel, but Micheal is "one of the chief princes" (Dan 10:13) and Jesus is...
  18. CMike

    Genesis 3:15: does "seed of woman" = Jesus?

    It is not saying that "sin is a person. You can exchange the word sin for love, hate, misery, etc. It doesn't mean that they are people.
  19. Brickjectivity

    Genesis 3:15: does "seed of woman" = Jesus?

    It also presents Sin as a real person in Genesis 4:7. "Sin crouches at your door and desires to have you, but you must master him/it." This little usage in Genesis 4 is quite telling about how Satan the thing can be thought of as a being yet not be a being. There's nothing wrong with saying...