...It will be.like
the peculiar physical organization of flesh and blood and bones, veins
and arteries and nerves.(1Corinthians
it will live in the manner in which we conceive spirits to live; sustained,
and exercising its powers, without waste, weariness, decay, or the necessity
of having its powers recruited by food and sleep."
New Testament Notes:."A
natural body, a spiritual body. In the original
Greek the word rendered "natural" is the adjective corresponding to
the word rendered "soul" in verse 1Corinthians
15:45. In order better to understand the force of the quotation in
that verse, we might render the present thus: It is sown a soul-body; it
is raised a spirit-body: the word soul being used as it is in Genesis
2:7, to denote
man in his present earthly state as inhabiting an animal body and subject
to animal passions and wants; while the
spiritual body will have no animal nature and be subject to no animal
that state of being, one is able to change his body. Emmanuel
appeared in different states of being.
did Emmanuel curse this fig tree? It seems out of character for a loving,
compassionate person. Why did He not just bless it?
Emmanuel was a
19:15-27; Matthew 20:1-16.
Here he was hungry. And he
was disappointed that this fig tree which had leaves that he saw
from far off, bore no fruit when he walked to it. It wasn't yet the time
of season for it to have fruit. He was disappointed it had leaves only.
He expected more, perhaps not thinking or knowing that wasn't the tree's
time yet to bear fruit. Emmanuel knew he was
here for one main purpose, to die for sin, to take it away forever.
With this all encompassing purpose on His mind, he became somewhat perturbed
that he came to what he thought was a fruit bearing tree only to be disappointed.
We can see that He expects and demands
Spiritual persons are expected
out effort' to qualify for the highest position they could possibly get
in His developing kingdom. Flat out effort
because that's what gets them the highest
reward they can get.
website is to help you reach your highest reward. Some Christians fail
to understand the power
they have with Christ in them and consequently fail to use it.
does it mean."the
scriptures can make you wise unto salvation through faith"?
this scripture, respectively
of this scripture shows Paul dealing with those
in this church in Corinth, Greece. Some of the congregation there were
doubting that Christ was in Paul with the kind of power that they
felt should be shown by someone who had Christ in them:.2Corinthians
Basically it means to look
at how you are living, how you are thinking, to see if it stacks up with
the acceptance of Christ into your life. Example 1: You know all you do
should works no ill to another.(Romans
13:10; 1John 4:8);
but is this
how daily living bears your
life out? Example 2: One may know that he should grow in the grace
and knowledge of Emmanuel the Christ.(2Peter
3:18); but is he taking
steps toward this?
On the question about reprobates,
answer is here.
4:5 Does this scripture mean my sins will be revealed?
No, not at all. They are
forever covered by the blood
And if you have accepted
nature of love into your heart and live now by love from your new heart.(Hebrews
8:10), your life will never again
have anything to be ashamed of:.1Peter
blood covered past sins and covers
your present ones and any future ones too. He and the Father
You don't want to continue
in the ways of the ego that have
caused you heartache in life, because you are now a person of love, but
like Paul, the ego of us all hates change and doesn't want to give up.(Romans
7:5-25: 1Timothy 1:15).
It is the impetus
for the human level to reach higher levels
of consciousness. The Creator had us come here with it as it has
You will not be ashamed:.Romans
10:11. And 1Corinthians 4:5 is saying that there will be praise. No
6:18 "That by two immutable
things, in which it was impossible for God to lie, we might have a strong
consolation, who have fled for refuge.(refuge
from the world
we created by knowing only the
ego level of existence).to
lay hold upon the
hope set before us."
6:19 "Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast
and which enters into that within the veil."
Notice it says the hope enters
into that within the veil. What was the 'that' that
was within the veil? One is now able to be in this place where the
Creator resides, through meditation.