Pro and Con 350
Incoming Email While reading Genesis the last few days I've noticed that Abraham was 175 yrs @ his death.....175 X40 (# of generation) = 7000, also he was 140 yrs @ Isaac's marriage 140X50 (# of jubilee)=7000.....Isaac was 180 yrs @ his death, 6000 divided by 180=33.333333 and Isaac was 60 yrs @ the birth of Jacob & Esau.
60x33.33333=2000....Is there any significance to these numbers and the return of Jesus Christ? Also what was Christ exact age at death? I, pastor...., check and enjoy your web page daily. thx and God bless
My reply Jesus was a bit over 33 1/5 years old when crucified. He was born Tishri 1 and died Nisan 13, "And it was the preparation of the Passover" (John 19:14)....
I'll tell you what stands out to me. Abraham being 175 at death, his projeny being tested 40 years in the wilderness, and the multiple being 7000, the time of mankind's testing since he became mortal and knew both good and evil, is interesting.
Isaac being 60 when Jacob and Esau were born is also interesting, because that means he was childless for 20 years. That would have been controlled by God. I think we can see why. Israel declared her Independence in 5708 (1948). 5708 + 60 = 5768 (our 2007/2008), the year that the nation will be born in a day on Tishri 1 (Sept. 13, 2007) and the year of the Second Advent on the following Nisan 1 (Apr. 6, 2008).
Isaac, a type of Christ, was 40 when he married. Like Jesus, Isaac is thought to have been born on Tishri 1. He was married at 40. Jesus was 33 1/2 when Crucified in Nisan. Then the clock stopped for Israel until the Tribulation. Thus the Marriage of the Lamb on Tishri 1, 5768 (Sept. 13, 2007) is fits the type. 33 1/2 yrs. + 7 yr. Tribulation - 1/2 yr. (Tishri to Nisan) = 40 yrs.
Incoming Email Robin MacAhan wrote: Re: I would really like a reply!
Marilyn, I know you get hundreds of E-mails daily, but I have written you three times, and had Jim Bramlett send you some E-mails because I had hoped that one way or another I would get an answer from you. I just have one simple question. Last year or more ago, you were going by the Bible Codes (or so I've heard) and 'sticking' to what they said. Now you have gotten off on Pentecost due to your vision. My question is: Why do you trust your vision more than what God's Word has to say about when things will happen? If the Bible Codes say that the rapture will happen on Tishri 1, 5760 (and the year is important!) then why do you choose to keep going with Pentecost? There are signs from Comet Lee that it will pass by Earth on the 9th of September, and there are so many other signs that tell that Tisri 1 is the date. I'm just curious why you don't follow God's Word anymore and follow what you feel was a vision instead? I know you think that the second rapture will be on Tishri 1 at the mid-point of the tribulation, but then the year 5760 would not be correct. So, basically I see it as that you are throwing everything 'off' from what God's word says. I'm not trying to offend you, and I'm sorry if I do, because I think you are extremely intelligent in your studies. However, I just think we should go by what God is telling EVERYONE, and not just a vision that you have had for yourself? Do you see what I mean? I hope you will FINALLY answer me and print this, because you have never answered any of my mail since I wrote to you and told you about my neighbor's autistic boy seeing the angel last year and the angel telling him that Jesus will be back for us in 1999. Thank you Marilyn! In His Love...
My reply Sorry. The only emails I got were forwarded to me by Jim Bramlett. I thought you wrote him letters, then he sent them to me by email. I didn't know you had an email address till tonight. I posted them on my Pro and Cons.
> Last year or more ago, you were going by the Bible Codes (or so
> I've heard) and 'sticking' to what they said.
I am teachable. I have no pet theories to defend. I only want to understand the Bible as deep as I can go. I do learn as we go along. Last year, the dates that showed up in the Bible Codes with the words for Rapture did not happen to be right. This year, a woman called and told me that my name "Agee" showed up four times with June 20. The Rapture did not take place on June 20th, either. I do not put any stock in dates shown by the codes for the simple reason that every single letter of the Bible has a numerical coefficient. That gives us so many numbers that we could probably find just about any date we would try to find.
> Now you have gotten off on Pentecost due to your vision. My question is: Why do you trust
> your vision more than what God's Word has to say about when things will happen?
Number one. I didn't have a vision at all. God woke me up and spoke to me once and said, "Be still and know that I am God." Another time, I saw a rectangle of light on Jer. 50:2 that said to publish and conceal not. No vision, ever. I can't go by a vision I never had.
Number two, I had Pentecost for the Rapture way back, 30 or more years ago. For sure, it is in my first book that I copyrighted in 1987. My chart on page 268 says, "MAY 31, SIVAN 6, PENTECOST, SUN, RAPTURE OF CHURCH. It did not happen then, but that was when I expected it to take place. The year 1998 was so definitely marked, it had to mark something special. I think it was the 6000th year since Adam left Eden and man began to be tried as mortal and knowing both good and evil. My chronology is on my Web site. I am also already aware of what Avi Ben Morechai and Bonnie Gaunt think.
Number three. Since the Rapture did not take place on Pentecost, 1998, I thought maybe it would on Pentecost, 1999. I based this on the fact that Esther was purified 12 months. Esther (meaning hidden, secret, and star) is a type of the Bride of Christ. I thought maybe the Bride of Christ was to also be purified 12 months to prove she was a virgin. Esther's time of purification was "TWELVE MONTHS, according to the manner of the women, (for so were the days of their purifications accomplished, to wit, six months with oil of myrrh, and six months with sweet odours, and with other things for the purifying of the women;) Then thus came every maiden unto the king" (Esther 2:12,13). At the end of the year, Esther "obtained grace and favour in his sight more than all the virgins; so that he set the royal crown upon her head" (Esth. 2:17). However, Pentecost 1999 did not prove to be the time of the Rapture, either. Esther 5:1,2 may yet apply. It says, "NOW it came to pass on the THIRD DAY, that Esther put on her royal apparel, and stood in the inner court of the king's house...and the king held out to Esther the golden sceptre."
It seems that the Lord is showing us by the process of elimination, that the third year in the parable of the barren fig tree in Lu. 13:6-9 is the right year. It is the year when the Lord SPEAKS. He speaks and says, "Come up hither" at the Rapture. In Green's Interlinear, it says, "He told this parable: A certain one (Christ) had a fig-tree (Israel) planted in his vineyard. And he came LOOKING for fruit on it, but found none. And he said to the vindresser, See! FOR THREE YEARS I HAVE COME LOOKING for fruit on this fig-Tree and have found none." He looked on the two years, but he looked and spoke in the third year. "Cut it down! Why does it still waste this land? And he answered him, Sir, let it alone this year also, until I have dug around it and fertilized it. Perhaps it may really bear fruit. But if not, then you may cut it down" (i.e., with the Tribulation).
> If the Bible Codes say that the rapture will happen on Tishri 1, 5760 (and the year
> is important!) then why do you choose to keep going with Pentecost?
Because that is what I think Scripture, not Bible Codes, the surface text of Scripture, indicates.
I think the Song of Solomon 2:10-13 tells us what season the Rapture will be in. It says, "My beloved spake, and said unto me, RISE UP, my love, my fair one, and come away (i.e., the Rapture). For, lo, the winter is past, the rain (i.e., latter rain of Nisan) is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; the time of the singing of birds is come (spring), and the voice of the turtle (lit., turtledove, i.e., the Holy Spirit) is heard in our land; The fig tree putteth forth her GREEN FIGS, and the vines with the TENDER GRAPE (i.e., the firstripe grapes) give a good smell, ARISE, my love, my fair one, and COME AWAY."
The time slot when there are green figs and the firstripe grapes is a narrow one. It has to be at the end of May or early June. The only feast that fits this time slot is Pentecost, which particularly belongs to the Church. In 30 AD, the Spirit of Christ came to fill the Church. In 1998, which means "the season of Noah," I think we entered the season of Noah. "98" spells Noah. I also think that Christ will come to get those that are filled with the Spirit of Christ on the anniversary of when He came to fill the church. The first birth of the church in this world would be an excellent type of another birth of the church into another new world.
Things happened to Israel as examples to us upon whom the ends of the ages is come.
Israel was given the chance to go up EARLY into the Promised Land, when they spied out the land. It was at the time of the firstripe grapes. Now, we are given a chance to go up EARLY to our Promised Land at the time of the firstripe grapes.
Only Joshua and Caleb believed God. The Israelites had to go through chastisement before entering the Promised Land. It will be the same for the Laodiceans today. They will be left behind for chastisement (Rev. 3:19), Tribulation, before they can enter the Promised Land.
James 5:7, in the Tischendorf New Testament, says, "Be PATIENT therefore, brethren (believers), unto the coming of the Lord (i.e., the Rapture). Behold, the husbandman WAITETH for the precious fruit of the earth, and hath long PATIENCE for it, until he receive THE EARLY (former rain in Tishri) and LATER RAIN (latter rain in Nisan). Be ye also PATIENT; stablish your hearts: for the COMING OF THE LORD DRAWETH NIGH. Grudge not one against another, brethren. lest ye be condemned: behold, the judge (Christ) standeth before the DOOR" (the "open door" of Rev. 3:8).
When Christ stands before the door, it is just before the Rapture, and, the next feast after the feasts of Nisan is Pentecost. In fact, Pentecost is the only feast that is neither in the month of Tishri nor Nisan, the months of the former and latter rain. Pentecost agrees with the time clues in Song of Solomon 2:10-14. It is the only feast that does.
Our PATIENCE will be rewarded. Rev. 3:10, in the Tischendorf NT, says, "Because thou hast kept the word of my PATIENCE, I also will KEEP THEE FROM the hour of temptation (peirasmos, trial, i.e., the Tribulation), which shall come upon all the world, to try them that dwell upon the earth."
You have "an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for you, Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation READY TO BE REVEALED IN THE LAST TIME (kairos, due season, fixed time, i.e., year). Wherein ye greatly rejoice, though now for a season (oligos, puny, BRIEF DURATION OF TIME), if need be, ye are in heaviness through manifold temptations: That the TRIAL OF YOUR FAITH, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at THE APPEARING OF JESUS CHRIST: Whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory....Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST (i.e., the Rapture)...Be ye holy; for I am holy....Seeing ye have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit unto unfeigned love of the brethren, see that ye love one another with a pure heart fervently" (I Peter 1:4-22).
In Scripture, a "time" can represent a year, as in Rev. 12:14. What if the above contains a clue that the date of the Rapture is "READY TO BE REVEALED IN THE LAST TIME," or year? The "TRIAL OF YOUR FAITH" fits our being sifted as wheat. "THE APPEARING OF JESUS CHRIST" and "THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST" both represent the Rapture.
> There are signs from Comet Lee that it will pass by Earth on the 9th of September,
> and there are so many other signs that tell that Tisri 1 is the date.
I think the Pre-Wrath Rapture will be on Tishri 1, 2007, but because of the passage in the Song of Solomon, and the fact that the former rains come in Tishri, I don't think the Pre-Trib Rapture will take place on Tishri 1. I hope I am wrong. It would be neat to have both Raptures on the Feast of Trumpets. I would love for it to take place then, but I have to tell it like I see it. If you can show me by Scripture, and nothing else, that it will be on Tishri 1, I'll change my view in a moment.
> I'm just curious why you don't follow God's Word anymore and follow what you
> feel was a vision instead?
I only go by what the Scripture says. Other signs are interesting, but we are not to build a doctrine on them. The Bible is the only rock-hard truth we have.
> I know you think that the second rapture will be on Tishri 1 at the mid-point of the
I don't think there will be any Rapture in the middle of the Tribulation, except for Moses and Elijah. The message to the martyrs shows that. They are still under the altar, where the blood of sacrifices was poured, when the fifth seal is opened in the last half of the Tribulation. Rev. 6:9-11 says, "And when he had opened the fifth seal, I saw under the altar the souls of them that were slain for the word of God, and for the testimony which they held: And they cried with a loud voice, saying, HOW LONG, O Lord, holy and true, dost thou not judge and avenge our blood on them that dwell on the earth? And white robes were given unto every one of them; and it was said unto them, that they should rest yet for a little season, until their fellowservants also and their brethren, that should be killed as they were, should be fulfilled."
> So, basically I see it as that you are throwing everything 'off' from what God's word says.
Instead, I am only going by what I see in the Word of God.
> However, I just think we should go by what God is telling
> EVERYONE, and not just a vision that you have had for yourself?
I am not going by what anyone says, only what I find in the Bible, and as I said, I have had no vision at all.
> I hope you will FINALLY answer me and print this
You got it. Your name, email address and your whole email will be posted. My answer will be posted except for some things I said about Pentecost that would be a duplicate of what I have already posted on it recently.
> you have never answered any of my mail since I wrote to you and told you about my
> neighbor's autistic boy seeing the angel last year and the angel telling him that
> Jesus will be back for us in 1999.
I didn't have an email address for you until now. Jim indicated that you went to the library to go on the Internet and could not email me from there. I did post the information about the angels telling Scottie that Jesus will be back for us in 1999. Please look at Pro and Cons 304, 306, 310 and 312.
I hope that 1999 is correct. I'd like the Rapture to happen as soon as possible, but on the other hand, I would not change one thing that the Lord has planned. He is the only all-wise one. I trust his judgment in all things.
There are a few things that make Pentecost sound more probable. We are called wheat. The wheat harvest suggests Pentecost. Lev. 23:17 says, "Ye shall bring out of your habitations two wave-loaves...they are the firstfruits unto the LORD." We are "a kind of firstfruits" (Jas. 1:18). Neh. 10:35,36 says, "to bring the firstfruits of our ground, and the firstfruits of all fruit of ALL TREES (nations)...unto the house of the LORD: Also the firstborn of our SONS."
The grapes start to ripen in Sivan. The vegetation is generally dried up in the following month of Tamuz, and Song of Sol. 2:12 says, "The flowers appear on the earth." The spies went into the promised land at the time of firstripe grapes, and the Israelites started to leave Sinai on Iyar 20 (Nu. 10:11). It was a "three days journey" (Nu. 10:33), but they waited another seven days until Miriam could come back into the camp (Nu. 12:14). Thus, it may have been Sivan 1 when the spies went into the land. Also, the Spirit of Christ came to the Church on Pentecost. It would be a good type of Christ coming for the Church on Pentecost.
One thing we might be waiting on is for the tares to be bound into bundles, i.e., the ten regions of the world to be better formed. Their kings would not yet be elected though (Rev. 17:12). Mt. 13:30 says, "Let both (wheat and tares) grow together UNTIL THE HARVEST: and IN THE TIME OF HARVEST I will say to the reapers, Gather ye together FIRST the tares, and BIND THEM IN BUNDLES to burn them: but gather the wheat into my barn." The ten regions have been decided on, but the economic union of each of them is not yet complete.
> the dove. She found no rest for the soles of her feet, and he reached
> forth and pulled her in unto himself.
The Jewish year 5758 (1998) means the season of Noah. We entered the season of Noah in 1998. In Gen. 8:8-12, Noah "sent forth a dove" (symbol of the Spirit of Christ). The dove returned to him the FIRST TIME. Think of this as the first of the three years in the parable of the barren fig tree in Lu. 13:6-9. Noah waited seven days and sent out the dove again. She returned to him the SECOND TIME. He waited "another seven days" (equal intervals) and sent the dove out again. The THIRD TIME, she did not return, but flew off. This fits the Rapture in the THIRD YEAR of the parable. That is the year that Christ comes and speaks. He is not said to come or speak in the extra year.
I certainly hope the Rapture takes place this summer, but am afraid we will have to wait for next Pentecost.
Her reply (From: Robin MacAhan)
Marilyn, THANK YOU SO MUCH for writing me back! After I read what you wrote, I realize I might have sounded hostile or angry, and I certainly didn't write it that way! I'm sorry if I seemed anything but curious and anxious to hear from you. I admire everything you are and do for the Kingdom of God. Thank you again for your reply. I will save it along with all of the treasures Jim sends me. I am a 'child' at heart, and I guess I choose to believe what God is telling people like David Gant and my little friend Scotty, and my friend that picked up an angel this year. I want it to be this September so bad, I want it more than my next breath. And I'm going to try and have enough faith that it will happen that it will happen this September that just maybe it will. Without that kind of faith it's impossible to please our Father. I can't wait to meet you when we get there! I will be glad to see both you and Ed in perfect health! Agape, Robin
.....we will all be changed in the twinkling of an eye.....get ready cause we're going Home soon!
Incoming Email You wrote
> "Blessed are those servants, whom the lord when he cometh shall find watching" (Lu. 12:37).
I agree with this, I heard if i remember correctly just the other day that "watching" in the, I'm not sure if its Greek or Hebrew means to seek ernestly. This was quite a revelation to me. It tells me we are to study and search the Word to find His coming. And not just to look out of the window and see if the has arrived yet. Best Regards
My reply Old Testament. In Ezra 8:29, the 12 priests taking the silver, gold, etc., to Jerusalem to the house of God were told, "WATCH ye, and keep them, until ye weigh them before the chief of the priests and the Levites, and chief of the fathers of Israel, at Jerusalem, in the chambers of the house of the LORD."
"WATCH" is the Hebrew 8245 in Strong's, "shaqad," to be alert, sleepless, to be on the lookout, hasten, remain, wake, watch for.
In Gesenius, 8245 is to be sleepless, to watch, to attend to it, to fix one's attention on any thing, to watch at the threshold. The latter reminds me of watching at the door, which applies so well to our days.
New Testament. Mk. 13:34-37 says, "the Son of man is as a man taking a far journey, who left his house (i.e., church), and gave authority to his servants, and to every man his WORK, and commanded the porter (the one at the door) to WATCH. WATCH ye therefore: for ye know not when the master of the house cometh, at even, or at midnight, or at the cockcrowing, or in the morning: Lest coming suddenly he find you sleeping. And what I say unto you I say unto all, WATCH."
"WATCH" (Strong's 1127) is the Greek "gregoreuo," be vigilant, wake, be watchful. It is from 1453, "egeiro," to waken (from sleep, sitting, lying down, from disease, from death) awake, lift up, raise up, rear up, rise up again, stand, TAKE UP. "Egeiro" is translated "raise up" 23 times. "Gregoreo" is translated "be vigilant" once and "watch" 20 times.
The preceding verses, Mk, 13:32,33 also use the word "watch," but it is a different word in the Greek. This passage says, "But of that day and that hour knoweth no man, no, not the angels which are in heaven, neither the Son, but the Father. Take ye heed, WATCH and pray (as in Lu. 21:36): for ye know not when the time is." This Greek word, "agrupneo," is Strong's 69. It means to keep awake, watch.
In the Concordant Version, Mk. 13:32,33 says, "Now concerning that day or hour no one is aware--neither the messengers in heaven, nor the Son--except the Father. Beware! Be VIGILANT ("gregoreuo") and pray, for you are not aware when the era is."
I like the Concordant choice of "Be VIGILANT," to be alertly watchful.
Just before Jesus was arrested, he went off to pray. The account in Mk. 14 uses the same word for "WATCH" ("gregoreuo," be vigilant). It may have an application to us today. Think about that as you read it.
Mk. 14:35-42 (KJV) says, "he taketh with him Peter and James and John, and began to be sore amazed, and to be very heavy; And saith unto them, My soul is exceeding sorrowful unto death: TARRY YE HERE, AND WATCH. And he went forward a little...and prayed...And he cometh (1st time), and findeth them sleeping, and saith unto Peter, Simon, sleepest thou? couldest not thou WATCH one hour? WATCH ye and pray (as in Lu. 21:36), lest ye enter into temptation (peirasmon, trial, i.e., the Tribulation). The spirit truly is ready, but the flesh is weak. And again he went away, and prayed, and spake the same words. And when he returned (2nd time), he found them asleep again, (for their eyes were heavy,) neither wist they what to answer him. And HE COMETH THE THIRD TIME, and saith unto them, Sleep on now, and take your rest: IT IS ENOUGH, THE HOUR IS COME; behold, the Son of man is betrayed into the hands of sinners. RISE UP, LET US GO; lo, he that betrayeth me is at hand."
Applying it to our days, it looks like maybe we were to watch the first time, watch the second time, but take our rest the third time. Then he will say, "RISE UP, LET US GO." This rest probably ties in with Psa. 149:5: "Let the saints be joyful in glory: let them sing aloud upon their beds." Here, he gave "to every man his WORK" (Mk. 13:34), but we get to rest in Heaven.
Incoming Email Re: New Pope
It has been a while since I have talked to you. I have been traveling quite a bit in my job and it keeps me away from the computer. It seems to me that one piece to the prophecy puzzle is not yet in place. Look at Rev 17:10. It says....And there are seven kings: five are fallen, and one is, and the other is not yet come; and when he cometh, he must continue a short space.
You will notice that of the seven five are fallen (past history) one is (present time) and one is not yet (future i e...the False Prophet). If we define is as in power at the time of the rapture then a new pope must be in place before the Tribulation begins. He would be in place but not recognized by the world as the Antichrist until the 7 year peace treaty is confirmed. Since parts of the Revalation of Jesus Christ are written as if the Rapture is at hand, this seems to make sense to me. Do you have any thoughts on this ?
My reply Welcome back. Yes. I agree with you all the way. You hit the nail right square on the head. Here is what I wrote on P & C 334, when a lady wrote me about one more prophecy to be fulfilled: (omitted to avoid duplication)
I just got a letter from this lady. She said, "TWO OTHER POINTS I DIDN'T TELL YOU IN THAT EMAIL WERE THAT THE PROPHECY IS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT AND THAT IT MAY HAPPEN EXTREMELY CLOSE TO THE RAPTURE THAT SOME WHO ARE RAPTURED WOULD NOT KNOW ABOUT IT."
I think we will go to Pentecost, 2000, now. In the parable of the barren fig tree, Jesus comes LOOKING the first two years. Then in the THIRD YEAR, he COMES AND SPEAKS. He will speak the "Come up hither" at the Rapture. In the extra year, he neither comes nor speaks. It looks like the Lord is showing us by the process of elimination which is the right year. That we would understand in the last year fits I Peter 1:4-22:
You have "an inheritance incorruptible, and undefiled, and that fadeth not away, reserved in heaven for you, Who are kept by the power of God through faith unto salvation READY TO BE REVEALED IN THE LAST TIME (year). Wherein ye greatly rejoice, though now for a season (oligos, puny, BRIEF DURATION OF TIME), if need be, ye are in heaviness through manifold temptations: That the TRIAL OF YOUR FAITH, being much more precious than of gold that perisheth, though it be tried with fire, might be found unto praise and honour and glory at THE APPEARING OF JESUS CHRIST: Whom having not seen, ye love; in whom, though now ye see him not, yet believing, ye rejoice with joy unspeakable and full of glory....Wherefore gird up the loins of your mind, be sober, and hope to the end for the grace that is to be brought unto you at THE REVELATION OF JESUS CHRIST (i.e., the Rapture)...Be ye holy; for I am holy....Seeing ye have purified your souls in obeying the truth through the Spirit unto unfeigned love of the brethren, see that ye love one another with a pure heart fervently."
I John 2:18 says: "Little children, it is the last TIME (year): and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last TIME."
While looking at I John 2, we can see something else that we should pay attention to in these latter days. These little children seem to represent the last generation. Verses 20-28 are very interesting: "But ye have an unction (annointing) from the Holy One, and ye know ALL things. I have not written unto you because ye know not the truth, but because ye KNOW it...he that acknowledgeth the Son hath the Father also. Let that therefore abide (meno, REMAIN, CONTINUE) in you which ye have heard from the beginning. If that which ye have heard from the beginning (3:11, "ye heard from the beginning, that we should love one another) shall remain (meno, REMAIN, CONTINUE) in you, ye also shall CONTINUE (meno, REMAIN) in the Son, and in the Father...But the ANOINTING which ye have received of him abideth in you, and ye need not that any man teach you; but as the same anointing teacheth you of ALL things, and is truth, and is no lie, and even as it hath taught you, ye shall abide in him. And now, little children, abide (meno, REMAIN, CONTINUE) in him; that, when he shall appear, we may have confidence, and not be ashamed before him at his coming."
There are several third day scriptures. Also, Jesus tested Peter's love for him three times. After Peter said he loved him, Jesus said to feed his lambs (first time) and sheep (second and third time). That seems to apply just as well to our days. We have to prove our love for Christ three times (years), and we are to FEED HIS SHEEP. The church is old and gray-headed now. She is really ready for strong meat.
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