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Again I submit, 9/11 in Biblical Prophecy..

Did the prophet tell of 9/11 and agree with Ron Paul? Yes!



"Oh Yisrael...You have stoned the prophets."

The Link Below will be illegal and a hate crime in the NWO.


My Rant of the Day .. Wake Up Christians.
I Like your Christ... It is Your Christians I have a problem with.
Stop the Silent Holocaust. Jews for Jesus the conspiracy..

As a rational thinking human being. I find the proselytizing focus on converting Jews to Christianity offensive because they insult their G-d's character by calling him an indian giver, making an everlasting covenant and then breaking it. That is stupid.

Here are the facts that all Christians and Jews agree to. God made an everlasting covenant with the Jewish people / Jewish Faith. It is in the bible. And, along comes the New Covenant with the "church", or new testament.

Let me ask you 2 simple questions

1) Can G-d make an agreement with 2 different sets of people and keep both agreements? Duh , YES.

2) Can G-d break a 'everlasting' agreement, default on it, make another agreement and still be G-d? NO.

Paul said "Do we then make void the law through faith? God forbid: yeah we establish the law." Rom 3:31 James calls the Law the Law of Liberty. James 2:11-12 . This is clarification of Paul's "the letter killeth but the spirit given life." speaking of the letter of the law. Paul was Sanhedrin and this was a documented Sanhedrin saying dating back hundreds of years before Paul. lifnim me-shurat ha-din (beyond the letter of the law). A case when strict adherence to the law would lead to a greater injustice. The law we are talking about are the ten golden rules in some form or another in every religion or atheist ideology. Simple laws needed to guide every society.

You see, it is simple logic. As Paul said the first does not make the second of none effect. Or as Jesus put it, "not the smallest punctuation point shall by any means disappear from the law until all is fulfilled." Everything Jesus taught was NOT fulfilled. Jesus taught about the end of the age, his return and the coming of the messiah (him) to reign on earth for 1,000 years. So there are 2 contracts with 2 separate 'parties, entities, groups' simultaneously. The new and the old covenant. If you carefully study the scriptures you will find this to be true.


As far as that goes, doesn't freedom of Religion mean freadom for ALL religions? Apparently only if the religion is approved in the evangelical rights dictionary. (they don't know too much history BTW) What is it with this war on Witches and modern Witchburning going on with your war on cannabis. What is up with that?

REPUBLICAN PARTY ~ IF YOU WANT CREDIBILITY THEN HAVE REAL INTEGRITY. That means standing up for the rights of those you don't agree with. Besides, Marijuana must be rescheduled to schedule 3 per Federal Law and you have continually ignored the law.

The Christian Right thinks it is ABOVE...


THAT IS CALLED PERFIDY...G-d doesn't like that...

Comence throwing Stones Prophet Killers...

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Letting Jews be Jewish ...

... is not easy. This is what Jewishness means from the Tanakh:

Jews are those with whom the Creator makes "a new covenant with the house of Israel and with the house of Judah [to] put my Torah within them and write it on their hearts" (Jer. 31:30-34)-- a covenant not like the old one. They pray with David, "Don't take your Holy Spirit away from me" (Ps. 51:11-13). Among them "the righteous will attain life through trusting faithfulness" (Hab. 2:4)-- just as Avraham Avinu "believed in [Him], and he credited it to him as righteousness" (Gen. 15:6), and even when he was not a circumcised Jew.

Jews look for the one who "was wounded because of our crimes, crushed because of our sins" (Is. 53:5). This passage speaks of "he" and "we", and some Rabbis say that "he" represents Israel; if so, it is clear that "he" is the best of Israel and "we" are the rest of Israel.

Jews have a Messiah King, of whom they say, "I know that my Redeemer lives, that in the end he will rise on the dust; so that after my skin has been thus destroyed, that even without my flesh, I will see God" (Job 19:25-26).

Since the Talmud reveals widespread variety of opinion about the name of that Messiah, I hope you'll permit me to bring Zechariah's view back into the mix: "Listen, high priest Yehoshua, both you and your colleagues seated here before you, because these men are a sign that I am going to bring my servant the Branch [the Messiah]" (Zech. 3:8). Yehoshua, the high priest in his day, symbolized the Messiah again when Zechariah crowned him, while saying, "There is coming a man whose name is the Branch" (Zech. 6:12); I think this could also be interpreted as, "Here is the man whose name is [that of] the Branch".

I've got no stones to throw. I learn more from the Jews than anyone.

Libera me, let the truth break, what my fears make--Leslie Phillips

"Hence, naturally enough, my symbol for Hell is something like the bureaucracy of a police state or the office of a thoroughly nasty business concern." ~~C.S. Lewis
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