Tony Milton continues his series, The Three R's: Race, Racism & Racist. Topics include: Self-Assessment, Discrimination, Prejudice, Church, God, White Privilege, Declaration of Independence, and much more
In Part 3 of her series, About Abraham, Pastor Sheila R. Vitale explores topics including: Fallen Nefesh, Revelation Changes, and Understanding God's Character.
In Part 5 of her series entitled Phinehas Is Elijah, Pastor Sheila R. Vitale delves into subjects including: Revelations, Warfare, Spirit is Everything, End of the Age, Longevity, Moses and more.
Join Pastor Sheila R. Vitale for an engaging discussion About Adam.
The Two-Witness Warfare is an interesting discussion by Pastor Sheila R. Vitale.
Question: After going through prior videos and yesterday's message again, I think I have a pretty good understanding now about the eggs and the chromosomes. Here are some last questions/thoughts:
1. I want to make sure this part is right... when the two columns are blended completely into the middle column and we are ready for the Lord Jesus Christ to join with our Y (after the burning of the X, or fallen nature), will the YY that is formed from that union be a brand new creation? (We do not know what we will be like, but we see Jesus.) Is this correct?
The King James translators personalized these two words, Abaddown and Apolluon to support their incorrect translation of verse 11, which names them as the angel of the bottomless pit.
The salvation of the soul/personality requires a knowledge/understanding of esoteric doctrine/the doctrine of Christ
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