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Featured Fulfillment of Biblical prophesy

Discussion in 'Scriptural Debates' started by BrianLeslieEngler, Dec 29, 2016.

  1. BrianLeslieEngler

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    More on the Book of Revelation

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    https://drive.google.com/…/0B1ItUYOPRHDaNlo3MUNyRmFYe…/view


    Bible, King James Version (KJV) there are some textual (transliteration) differences from my favourite, the original from the Aramaic of the Pe****ta (George Lamsa) translation, this “original” English version and the Greek/Latin version(s).

    As crazy as it sound, even to me: Revelation the possible fulfillment of Biblical prophesy according to Brian Leslie Engler. Go ahead, laugh if you want. But still, as a matter of conscience between me and “God”; I can still personally read so much into this.

    From Revelation 22: [16] November 17, 2016: As My Father’s eldest son, to cut right to the chase and read the end of Revelation first: I Jesus have sent mine angel of Revelation 9 – 11; who names himself “My Father’s eldest son” . . .to testify unto you these things in the churches. I am the root and the offspring of the pagan David, and the bright and rising morning star the transit of Venus; the Harmonic Conversion of 2012 signalling a procession of the equinox.
    [17] And the Spirit of God and the spirit of the bride . . . Mother Nature” . . . say, Come . . .God and Mother Nature are Married . . And let him that heareth say, Come. And let him that is athirst come. And whosoever will, let him take the water of life freely.
    [18] For I testify unto every man that heareth the words of the prophecy of this book, If any man shall add unto these things, God
    the Greatest Spirit of my understanding shall add unto him the plagues that are written in this book: You’ve got to be kidding. After reading all of this, and having been there done some of that, Why would I be afraid of this? Now there are fourteen plagues?
    Dear God, I’m not whining or complaining but, “ Forget it!” That is just not right!!!; it may be “intelligent”, but it is not “principled”. Thou hypocrite!
    [19] And if any man shall take away from the words of the book of this prophecy, God the Greatest Spirit of love, truth, compassion, forgiveness, and humility tempered with principle and intelligence shall take away his part out of the book of life, and out of the holy city, and from the things which are written in this book. Why would I be afraid of that?
    [20] He which testifieth these things saith, Surely I come quickly. Amen.. Personally, I don’t think he’s coming back. I’m here instead. Even so, come, Lord Jesus “We” need to talk.

    End of Revelation
     
  2. Rival

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    Another new moshiach?

    Take your place at the back of the queue.
     
  3. BrianLeslieEngler

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    Hi Rival:

    I don't know you and we have never met. No, I am not the Messiah. Before you jump to conclusions, and simply dismiss this as another inconceivable possibility (everybody knows Jesus is not coming back) why not click onto my Facebook page or click on the link to Google drive and check out the story? Then maybe if you want to open your mind just a little bit; we could talk about this reasonably, rationally, logically and intelligently? .
     
  4. jeager106

    jeager106 Learning more about Jehovah.
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    "we could talk about this reasonably, rationally, logically and intelligently"
    Well written and I give that a BIG NO.

    Ain't gonna happen. You're in therapy and working a 12 step program.
    But I look forward to others responding a reading the results. :D

    Besides I wonder why you've been on board for 6 years and this is message number two?
     
  5. BrianLeslieEngler

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    Hi Jaeger;

    "we could talk about this reasonably, rationally, logically and intelligently"

    Well written and I give that a BIG NO. Perhaps because you are not capable of discussing this reasonably, rationally, logically and intelligently?

    Ain't gonna happen. You're in therapy and working a 12 step program. I have been in therapy (something many religious people could do well to consider) and yes, I do 12 Step work. OK, so what?
    But I look forward to others responding a reading the results. :D That would be a private conversation, between myself and them by email; if they so desired. My email address is on my Facebook page.

    Besides I wonder why you've been on board for 6 years and this is message number two? How is that relevant?

    Best wishes and best regards,

    "My Father's eldest son"
     
  6. Rival

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    Dude,

    I don't use facebook, nor do I believe that Jesus was who the xians say he was to begin with. So I don't care what Jesus supposedly said or did. This in mind, the Book of Revelation means nothing to me. It rather reads like the ravings of someone with a mental problem or stoned. St John of Patmos, or whoever really wrote it, is of no consequence to me.

    Riv
     
  7. Augustus

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    I opened my mind and unfortunately it still reads like multicoloured nonsense.

    :shrug:
     
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  8. BrianLeslieEngler

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    Hi Rival: RE: "So I don't care what Jesus supposedly said or did. This in mind, the Book of Revelation means nothing to me. It rather reads like the ravings of someone with a mental problem or stoned."

    Right, hence your response. And I tend to agree with you. The "God" of the Old Testament and the Book of Revelation definitely looks like a mean, nasty, angry, wrathful, punishing, contemptuous, spiteful, bi-polar, probably paranoid schizophrenic, Very Old Man.

    If Jesus came to teach the Old Testament; which includes the prophets of Islam; why did he come at all?

    Best wishes and best regards,

    "My Father's eldest son"
     
  9. BrianLeslieEngler

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    Hi Augustus, the unreasonable;

    Re: I opened my mind and unfortunately it still reads like multicoloured nonsense.

    Why am I not at all surprised? your username says it all.

    "My Father's eldest son"
     
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    I downloaded it. One of the great things about Google docs, am I right?
     
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    Well, I disagree with this too as I am a Noahide. Torah is my lifeblood.

    Still, you're entitled to your opinions.

    Also, it might help if you use the "quote" or "reply" feature at the bottom of people's posts so then we can know if you have responded to us :)
     
  12. BrianLeslieEngler

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    Indeed; and thank you. I hope you enjoy the read.
     
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    I'm finding that out as I go . . . by the way, as a presumed Hebrew and one of the chosen few if "your" God of the Old Testament isn't a mean, nasty, angry, wrathful, punishing, contemptuous, spiteful, bi-polar, probably paranoid schizophrenic, Very Old Man. how would you or one explain the haulocaust for instance?

    Best wishes and best regards;

    "My Father's eldest son"
     
  15. Brickjectivity

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    Sure, man. What got me interested was some members here were talking (can't remember but it was yesterday) about how they felt they couldn't be normal and such. It reminds me of some of what you are saying.
     
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    I am not a Jew. The Holocaust is often seen by Orthodox Jews as a punishment for not keeping Torah.
     
  18. BrianLeslieEngler

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    RE "Well, I disagree with this too as I am a Noahide. Torah is my lifeblood." from a previous post: So, that statement is a lie?

    Lie to me once, shame on you. Lie to me twice, and let you get away with it, shame on me.

    "My Father's eldest son"
     
  19. Brickjectivity

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    Woa. That's gotta suck.
     
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    I think you are confused.

    I am Noahide, not Jewish. I keep certain parts of the Torah, as a non-Jew.
     
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