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  • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

    Originally posted by marty fox View Post
    Darn no editing I meant agree to disagree
    I fixed it for you. You can edit, but it's slightly complicated.
    • Go to the very, VERY bottom of the screen on the far left where it says vB4 Default Style.
    • Click on that and switch to Default Mobile Style.
    • It will change the look of the forum.
    • Go back to your post and click on the pencil icon and you can edit somewhat.
    • When finished, go back to the very, VERY bottom of the page in the middle and click on "full site".
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    • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

      Originally posted by jayne View Post
      I fixed it for you. You can edit, but it's slightly complicated.
      • Go to the very, VERY bottom of the screen on the far left where it says vB4 Default Style.
      • Click on that and switch to Default Mobile Style.
      • It will change the look of the forum.
      • Go back to your post and click on the pencil icon and you can edit somewhat.
      • When finished, go back to the very, VERY bottom of the page in the middle and click on "full site".
      Wow thanks Jayne

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      • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

        Originally posted by marty fox View Post
        Of course I have always said that it is the revealing of Jesus Christ and what He has done.
        We can agree to disagree about that but demons are mentioned outside of chapter 12 like the king demon abbadon
        A few things about Abaddon.
        1) He was not one of Satan's demons as far as we know.
        2) This Abaddon is also noted in Exodus, for he is the destroyer, the angel of death that God used to kill the first born of Egypt.
        3) This Abaddon does God's will in Rev 9, and not the will of Satan.

        As for the locusts, some think they are demons though we aren't specifically told this. Another view is that these are the angels who fell and Jude notes were placed in the pit, and now are to possibly redeem themselves by following God's commands.

        What is KEY though is that any angels under Satan's power - apart from the beast and the false prophet - are not mentioned again.

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        • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

          Originally posted by ewq1938 View Post
          That's likely because you didn't live during the time of the flood.

          The flood was not global so many people who were wicked survived. The point of the flood was to kill off the giants from the angelic invasion of Gen 6.

          Lot's wife was wicked and she originally was intended to survive that day but after looking back God killed her. Also, someone who was wicked also was allowed to survive the flood inside the Ark. He later did something awful to Noah. So in both stories there was someone wicked allowed to survive the flood/fire as well as these things were localized events and the outside and distant people of the world were unaffected.
          The fact you didn't provide a single scripture in support makes it impossible for me to take your position as no more than conjecture.

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          • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

            Originally posted by ForHisglory View Post
            You are correct - Psalm 104 helps clarify:

            Psa 104:5* He set the earth on its foundations, so that it should never be moved.*
            Psa 104:6* You covered it with the deep as with a garment; the waters stood above the mountains.*
            Psa 104:7* At your rebuke they fled; at the sound of your thunder they took to flight.*
            Psa 104:8* The mountains rose, the valleys sank down to the place that you appointed for them.*
            Psa 104:9* You set a boundary that they may not pass, so that they might not again cover the earth.

            Seems like the Psalmist understood the WHOLE world, with all the mountains to be covered by the deep (that is water).

            Scientifically there is no problem with the WHOLE world being covered by water. I find it strange for people to argue against this as scripture portrays it repeatedly as being so.
            Thanks for your help, FHG. Perhaps, our brother ewq1938 will avail himself from your post instead of his proclivity for fables.

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            • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

              Originally posted by jayne View Post
              I fixed it for you. You can edit, but it's slightly complicated.
              • Go to the very, VERY bottom of the screen on the far left where it says vB4 Default Style.
              • Click on that and switch to Default Mobile Style.
              • It will change the look of the forum.
              • Go back to your post and click on the pencil icon and you can edit somewhat.
              • When finished, go back to the very, VERY bottom of the page in the middle and click on "full site".
              I followed this instruction and was able to *edit* a couple of times. But when I tried a third time and clicked on the *pencil icon*, to my shock it DELETED the post completely!

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              • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                Originally posted by Trivalee View Post
                The fact you didn't provide a single scripture in support makes it impossible for me to take your position as no more than conjecture.
                I did provide scripture by referring to scriptural events but this just tells me you aren't interested in actual discussion, so fine.
                James 4:10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.

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                • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                  Originally posted by ForHisglory View Post
                  A few things about Abaddon.
                  1) He was not one of Satan's demons as far as we know.
                  2) This Abaddon is also noted in Exodus, for he is the destroyer, the angel of death that God used to kill the first born of Egypt.
                  3) This Abaddon does God's will in Rev 9, and not the will of Satan.

                  As for the locusts, some think they are demons though we aren't specifically told this. Another view is that these are the angels who fell and Jude notes were placed in the pit, and now are to possibly redeem themselves by following God's commands.

                  What is KEY though is that any angels under Satan's power - apart from the beast and the false prophet - are not mentioned again.
                  That’s very interesting about abandon and exodus that could be one and the same I have never realized that before thanks

                  The beast and the 10 kings also do gods will in their own evil ways at the end of rev 17

                  I think the locus refers to Joel chapter 2 and were the Romans though

                  Originally posted by ForHisglory View Post
                  A few things about Abaddon.
                  1) He was not one of Satan's demons as far as we know.
                  2) This Abaddon is also noted in Exodus, for he is the destroyer, the angel of death that God used to kill the first born of Egypt.
                  3) This Abaddon does God's will in Rev 9, and not the will of Satan.

                  As for the locusts, some think they are demons though we aren't specifically told this. Another view is that these are the angels who fell and Jude notes were placed in the pit, and now are to possibly redeem themselves by following God's commands.

                  What is KEY though is that any angels under Satan's power - apart from the beast and the false prophet - are not mentioned again.
                  Thatís very interesting about abandon and exodus that could be one and the same I have never realized that before thanks

                  The beast and the 10 kings also do gods will in their own evil ways at the end of rev 17

                  I think the locus refers to Joel chapter 2 and were the Romans though

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                  • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                    Originally posted by marty fox View Post
                    That’s very interesting about abandon and exodus that could be one and the same I have never realized that before thanks
                    Glad to be of help.

                    The beast and the 10 kings also do gods will in their own evil ways at the end of rev 17
                    I think the locus refers to Joel chapter 2 and were the Romans though
                    The beast and 10 kings of Rev 17 aren't doing God's will but acting CONTRARY to God's will, yet God will still use them.
                    They attack those who ARE God's, who refuse to worship Man.

                    The locust however are directly targeting and harming those who are NOT God's people - those not sealed by God - so they ARE doing God's will.
                    Also there is NO such event happening in Roman times which relates to ONLY those who are NOT God's people being in torment.

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                    • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                      Originally posted by ForHisglory View Post
                      Glad to be of help.


                      The beast and 10 kings of Rev 17 aren't doing God's will but acting CONTRARY to God's will, yet God will still use them.
                      They attack those who ARE God's, who refuse to worship Man.

                      The locust however are directly targeting and harming those who are NOT God's people - those not sealed by God - so they ARE doing God's will.
                      Also there is NO such event happening in Roman times which relates to ONLY those who are NOT God's people being in torment.
                      I was referring to the two verses below

                      Revelation 17:16-17
                      16 The beast and the ten horns you saw will hate the prostitute. They will bring her to ruin and leave her naked; they will eat her flesh and burn her with fire. 17 For God has put it into their hearts to accomplish his purpose by agreeing to hand over to the beast their royal authority, until Godís words are fulfilled.

                      The seige in 70AD on Jerusalem would describe that event

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                      • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                        Originally posted by marty fox View Post
                        I was referring to the two verses below

                        Revelation 17:16-17
                        16 The beast and the ten horns you saw will hate the prostitute. They will bring her to ruin and leave her naked; they will eat her flesh and burn her with fire. 17 For God has put it into their hearts to accomplish his purpose by agreeing to hand over to the beast their royal authority, until God’s words are fulfilled.

                        The seige in 70AD on Jerusalem would describe that event
                        The beast and the ten kings/kingdoms only exist for 42 months so not possible that Roman's destroying Jerusalem is what the verse is describing not to mention Jerusalem is not shown destroyed or being destroyed in the book of Rev. The only time it is harmed is by an earthquake which only causes a 10th of the city to fall.
                        James 4:10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.

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                        • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                          Originally posted by ewq1938 View Post
                          The beast and the ten kings/kingdoms only exist for 42 months so not possible that Roman's destroying Jerusalem is what the verse is describing not to mention Jerusalem is not shown destroyed or being destroyed in the book of Rev. The only time it is harmed is by an earthquake which only causes a 10th of the city to fall.
                          But what if she is Babylon the great?

                          As Ezekiel chapter 16 says Jerusalem is the whore who lusted after other Gods

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                          • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                            Let's focus on what I said that shows the verse wasn't fulfilled in Ad70...it's better to talk about that before jumping to other things.


                            Originally posted by marty fox View Post
                            But what if she is Babylon the great?

                            As Ezekiel chapter 16 says Jerusalem is the whore who lusted after other Gods
                            James 4:10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.

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                            • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                              Originally posted by ewq1938 View Post
                              I did provide scripture by referring to scriptural events but this just tells me you aren't interested in actual discussion, so fine.
                              Peter also refers to those scriptural events regarding Noahs day. According to his insight 8 people survived the ancient world of the ungodly. Only the household of Noah were saved. So shall only the household of Jesus Christ be saved when he comes again in the glory of his Father to execute his Final Righteous judgment.


                              What kind of person ought we to be then TODAY ,as we look to a NHNE as Peter did?


                              Hopefully your not the kind of person who sits on the fence waiting for Christ to give you a second chance in a proposed future millennium that will never come.
                              Nothing but a weeping and gnashing of teeth awaits those who hesitate receiving the Holy Spirit TODAY before he comes again.
                              And those castles made of sand....fall into the sea......eventually

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                              • Re: My coming is like Noah's day.

                                Originally posted by jeffweeder View Post
                                Hopefully your not the kind of person who sits on the fence waiting for Christ to give you a second chance in a proposed future millennium that will never come.
                                The thousand years only begins after Christ has returned. Today is not part of the thousand years. No one is reigning over the nations with a rod of iron. We live in a world of evil chaos but go ahead and pretend you are a priest with a rod of iron who cannot control any of the nations.
                                James 4:10 Humble yourselves in the sight of the Lord, and he shall lift you up.

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