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Re: Lou's reply to Dena-trevlif Lou Pilder

Posted by Dena on February 13, 2008, at 12:58:58

In reply to Lou's reply to Dena-trevlif Dena, posted by Lou Pilder on February 13, 2008, at 12:43:17

So, the book of Revelation is a symbolic description of how I begin my journey, locked out of the Garden, unable to get to the Tree of Life, now burdened with knowing good and evil (& therefore trusting in my own fallible wisdom, which leads to destruction), and that there will be trials and testings in my life, designed to bring me to the end of my bondage to idolotry, designed to show me how to become an Overcomer, to enter the Kingdom which is at hand, and to be led back to the Tree of Life -- that this is a journey, frought with tribulation, which I will be shown how (& enabled) to overcome.

Am I describing it as you see it? Am I missing something?

What else are you wanting to show...?

Shalom, Dena




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