Posted by Lou Pilder on February 14, 2012, at 15:40:19
In reply to A different Jesus? Administration please redirect., posted by SLS on February 14, 2012, at 13:48:46
> > > > First of all, a bit off topic, but not really, if you have not asked Jesus to be in your fight with you, it's going to continue to be a really hard fight. Talk to Him and invite Him daily. His love and grace is already there, you don't have to do anything to earn it. But what you need is....wisdom. Wisdom to know what to do. He promised to give that to all who ask for it, and He does. You, me, all of us, need the kind of wisdom that can only come from Him.
> > > You wrote,[...if you have not asked...its going to contimue to be a really hard fight...].
> I am unsure as to what you are wanting to mean here. If you could post answers to the following, then I could have the opportunity to respondccordingly.
> A. Do you agree that there could be different Jesus'?
> B. If so, which Jesus are you referring to?
> C. If you are taking the position that there is only one Jesus, what are the criteria that you use to determine the real Jesus?
> C. Could someone ask a different Jesus?
> D. If so, what could be the results if that Jesus is different from your Jesus, if you are saying that there is only one Jesus.
> E. If there is more than one Jesus, (redacted by respondent)
> > Now in the continuation, here is a list of those that have different Jesus'. If you could post a yes or a no after each, then I could have a better understanding of which Jesus you could be referring to as the one to ask.
> > The Jesus of:
> > A. John Calvin
> > B. Martin Luther
> > C. Charles Taz Russle
> > D. Joseph Smith
> > E. Mary Baker Eddy
> > F. omit
> > G. Emperor Constantine
> > H. Billy Grahm
> > K. Dwight L Moody
> > L. Herbert W. Armstrong
> > M. Helen White
> > N. John Chrysofston
> > P. other not listed
> Perhaps they each offered worship to the same Jesus, but in different ways.
> This is an interesting topic that obviously has no place on the medication treatment board. Let's see if we can get this post redirected to the Faith board. Follow-ups as to why it should or should not be redirected to the Faith board should be directed to the administration board.
> - Scott
You wrote,[...Perhaps they each offered
service to the same Jesus, but in different ways...].
I am unsure as to what you are wanting to mean here. If you could post answers to thhe following, then I could have the opportunity to respond accordingly.
Assuming that there is only one Jesus,the real Jesus, if people offered service and worship to that Jesus in different ways, could we have the following possibilities? If not, why not?
The possibilities are:
A. The real Jesus said that people can offer service to him anyway they want to.
B. The real Jesus said that there are some right ways to offer service and some wrong ways to offer service to him.
C. The real Jesus gave a way that is the right way to offer service to him
D. The real Jesus did not want anyone to offer service to him.
E. The real Jesus said that if you offer service to him in the wrong way, that you are worshipping a different Jesus.
F. There are more than one real Jesus'
G something else
PS. Add to the list, Mel Gibson