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Re: Jesus is Savior Sigismund

Posted by rayww on June 5, 2008, at 22:15:24

In reply to Re: Jesus is Savior rayww, posted by Sigismund on June 5, 2008, at 3:27:09

> I hope you are interested because there is a bit to type.

thank-you for taking the time. I had to find some quiet time just to read it, and surprisingly it did make sense. It explains the where and why and how of the origins of belief, religious or secular.

It appears the only way for man to sort this out is to have a visit from God himself.

Genealogists have discovered there is a point in research where one's direct ancestor count begins to narrow, rather than expand. We each have something like 735 9th great grand parents, and the number grows fast beyond that, but then it begins to decrease, hinting that we all have a common ancestor. Christians, Jews, perhaps some eastern religions believe that.

Has God ever visited the earth in person? YES. And he commanded that a record should be kept so that we all could know. (to some it is given to see, others to believe on their words) BUT: "And if any man hear my words, and believe not, I judge him not: for I came not to judge the world, but to save the world".

God taught Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. They spoke the language of God. The first man and woman could read and write. They were very intelligent. They knew more than we know about creation, the stars and heavens, plants and animals. But when that semi-mortal state ended at the time of the Fall, they were separated from God. They no longer walked and talked with God, but their foundation (religion) was sure. They were given the law of sacrifice, to remind them the day would come when God would be the sacrifice for man, and make it possible to return. Some of their kids rebelled and followed Satan rather than God. Cain was taught by Satan to kill and get gain, so he killed his brother Abel. From there they drifted all over the world, until the flood (earth's baptism), then the continents were divided, and so on.

Evolution prepared the earth to be able to house man, but our ancestors date back to one man and one woman, according to genealogists.

God has appeared, angels have appeared, voices have been heard, and we have witnesses and evidence of the events. The LORD has never done or said anything unless there was 2 or 3 witnesses at least.

What you wrote was interesting, but aren't we glad we don't have to sort through all of the philosophies of man to find religion?

I am.




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