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Louis F Brits
Aug 23rd 2009, 09:11 AM
Goeie dag

Sal dit liggaamlik of Geestelik wees?

Groetnis.

Johnny
Aug 24th 2009, 08:08 AM
Goeie dag

Sal dit liggaamlik of Geestelik wees?

Groetnis.

Rev 20:4 En ek het trone gesien, en hulle het daarop gaan sit, en aan hulle is die oordeel gegee; en ek het die siele gesien van die wat onthoof is oor die getuienis van Jesus en oor die woord van God, en die wat die dier en sy beeld nie aanbid het nie, en die merk op hulle voorhoof en op hulle hand nie ontvang het nie; en hulle het geleef en as konings geregeer saam met Christus die duisend jaar lank.
Rev 20:5 En die ander dode het nie herlewe totdat die duisend jaar voleindig was nie. Dit is die eerste opstanding.
Rev 20:6 Salig en heilig is hy wat deel het aan die eerste opstanding; oor hulle het die tweede dood geen mag nie, maar hulle sal priesters van God en van Christus wees en sal saam met Hom as konings regeer duisend jaar lank.

Clark:
The second death - Punishment in the eternal world; such is the acceptation of the phrase among the ancient Jews

Shall not be hurt of the second death - That is, an eternal separation from God and the glory of his power; as what we commonly mean by final perdition. This is another rabbinical mode of speech in very frequent use, and by it they understand the punishment of hell in a future life.
The Epistle to the Church at Pergamos

And death and hell were cast into the lake - Death himself is now abolished, and the place for separate spirits no longer needful. All dead bodies and separated souls being rejoined, and no more separation of bodies and souls by death to take place, consequently the existence of these things is no farther necessary.
This is the second death - The first death consisted in the separation of the soul from the body for a season; the second death in the separation of body and soul from God for ever. The first death is that from which there may be a resurrection; the second death is that from which there can be no recovery. By the first the body is destroyed during time; by the second, body and soul are destroyed through eternity.

But the fearful - Δειλοις· Those who, for fear of losing life or their property, either refused to receive the Christian religion, though convinced of its truth and importance; or, having received it, in times of persecution fell away, not being willing to risk their lives.
And unbelieving - Those who resist against full evidence. And sinners, και ἁμαρτωλοις, is added here by about thirty excellent MSS., and is found in the Syrian, Arabic, some of the Slavonic, and in Andreas and Arethas. On this evidence Griesbach has admitted it into the text.
The abominable - Εβδελυγμενοις· Those who are polluted with unnatural lust.
And murderers - Φονευσι· Those who take away the life of man for any cause but the murder of another, and those who hate a brother in their heart.
And whoremongers - Πορνοις· Adulterers, fornicators, whores, prostitutes, and rakes of every description.
Sorcerers - Φαρμακοις· Persons who, by drugs, philtres, fumigations, etc., pretend to produce supernatural effects, chiefly by spiritual agency.
Idolaters - Ειδωλολατραις· Those who offer any kind of worship or religious reverence to any thing but God. All image worshippers are idolaters in every sense of the word.
And all liars - Και πασι τοις ψευδεσι· Every one who speaks contrary to the truth when he knows the truth, and even he who speaks the truth with the intention to deceive; i.e., to persuade a person that a thing is different from what it really is, by telling only a part of the truth, or suppressing some circumstance which would have led the hearer to a different end to the true conclusion. All these shall have their portion, το μερος, their share, what belongs to them, their right, in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone. This is the second death, from which there is no recovery.