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Flygerian

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Allen Richards wrote:
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I guess Micah was also a false prophet.
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Mic 3:12 Therefore shall Zion for your sake be plowed as a field, and Jerusalem shall become heaps, and the mountain of the house as the high places of the forest.
This already happened

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Flygerian wrote:
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I guess I should follow the god that was "made known to you"? LMAO
Which is just avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:

"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?

You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Which is just avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:
"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?
You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"
Run along Star and have some cookies and milk.
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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Which is just avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:
"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?
You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"
It has everything to do with your post

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the perfect idiot wrote:
<quoted text>Wow.
I would not have sounded very smart if I asked that, but you sound like a Genius.

Thank you.

I started my own thread with almost the same name, and there is some good conversation.

Which brings me back to the Question.
http://www.topix.com/forum/religion/christian...

My Post of the same Question.
Are you Bog?

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Flygerian wrote:
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It has everything to do with your post
Which is just MORE avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:

"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?

You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"

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Juicylu wrote:
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Are you Bog?
You have posted with Bog?

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Flygerian wrote:
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This already happened
When?
Flygerian

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Which is just MORE avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:
"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?
You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"
And I said:

I guess I should follow the god that was "made known to you"? LMAO

You said you met "the Real God" (your exact words). So I asked this question to you
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Allen Richards wrote:
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When?
Maybe when Israel was scattered and their land was destroyed?

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Flygerian wrote:
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Maybe when Israel was scattered and their land was destroyed?
Maybe? When was Zion plowed like a field and Temple Mount covered with trees?

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GodSmacked wrote:
<quoted text>You have posted with Bog?
Yes...
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Jan 3, 2013
 
Allen Richards wrote:
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Maybe? When was Zion plowed like a field and Temple Mount covered with trees?
My bad while what I said was true (Jerusalem was made desolate when the the babylonians took the people of Judah) I was incorrect about this prophecy being fulfilled.

Jeremiah 26
17 Some of the elders of the land stepped forward and said to the entire assembly of people, 18 “Micah of Moresheth prophesied in the days of Hezekiah king of Judah. He told all the people of Judah,‘This is what the Lord Almighty says:

“‘Zion will be plowed like a field,
Jerusalem will become a heap of rubble,
the temple hill a mound overgrown with thickets.’[b]

19 “Did Hezekiah king of Judah or anyone else in Judah put him to death? Did not Hezekiah fear the Lord and seek his favor? And did not the Lord relent, so that he did not bring the disaster he pronounced against them? We are about to bring a terrible disaster on ourselves!”

Pay close attention to verse 19

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Juicylu wrote:
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Yes...
Interesting.

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GodSmacked wrote:
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Interesting.
Yep G_O_D (Bog to me) really is very interesting, I just love talking to him :D Have you posted with him as well?
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Juicylu wrote:
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Yep G_O_D (Bog to me) really is very interesting, I just love talking to him :D Have you posted with him as well?
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Yes I have for a very short period of time.

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Flygerian wrote:
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And I said:
I guess I should follow the god that was "made known to you"? LMAO
You said you met "the Real God" (your exact words). So I asked this question to you
Which is just MORE avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:

"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?

You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"
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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Which is just MORE avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:
"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?
You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"
Maybe you should understand what my answer will always be to this.
Flygerian wrote:
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I guess I should follow the god that was "made known to you"? LMAO
If you answer with the same tired answer you have been, I wont respond. Oh well. Maybe one day the god of your imagination will reveal himself to the world. Or maybe not lol

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Flygerian wrote:
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My bad while what I said was true (Jerusalem was made desolate when the the babylonians took the people of Judah) I was incorrect about this prophecy being fulfilled.
Jeremiah 26
17 Some of the elders of the land stepped forward and said to the entire assembly of people, 18 “Micah of Moresheth prophesied in the days of Hezekiah king of Judah. He told all the people of Judah,‘This is what the Lord Almighty says:
“‘Zion will be plowed like a field,
Jerusalem will become a heap of rubble,
the temple hill a mound overgrown with thickets.’[b]
19 “Did Hezekiah king of Judah or anyone else in Judah put him to death? Did not Hezekiah fear the Lord and seek his favor? And did not the Lord relent, so that he did not bring the disaster he pronounced against them? We are about to bring a terrible disaster on ourselves!”
Pay close attention to verse 19
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I did and I also read Keil and Delitszch's commentary of Micah 4:12
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But whether the opinion of these chief men as to the meaning and fulfilment of Micah's prophecy (Mic_3:12) was the correct one or not, cannot be decided from the passage quoted.…
This argument falls to the ground with the untenable assumptions upon which it is founded. Micah neither mentions the Assyrians nor the Babylonians as executing the judgment, nor does he say a word concerning the time when the predicted devastation or destruction of Jerusalem will occur. In the expression [Hb.] for your sakes (Mic_3:12), it is by no means affirmed that it will take place in his time through the medium of the Assyrians.

The only thing that would warrant our restricting the prophecy to Micah's own times, would be a precise definition by Micah himself of the period when Jerusalem would be destroyed, or his expressly distinguishing his own contemporaries from their sons and descendants.
…This contradiction, with the consequence to which it would inevitably lead,- namely, that if one of the prophets predicted the destruction of Jerusalem by the Assyrians, whereas the other prophesied that it would not be destroyed by them,… cannot be removed by the assumption that Isaiah uttered the prophecies in ch. 28-32 at a somewhat later period, after Micah had published his book, and the terribly severe words of Micah in Mic_3:12 had produced repentance.…
Moreover, in Isaiah 28-32 there is not a single trace that Micah's terrible threatening had produced such repentance, that the Lord was able to withdraw His threat in consequence, and predict through Isaiah the rescue of Jerusalem from the Assyrian.…
there is nothing in the addresses and threatenings of the two prophets to indicate that Micah uttered his threats conditionally, i.e., in case there should be no repentance, whereas Isaiah uttered his unconditionally.

Moreover, such an explanation is proved to be untenable by the fact, that in Micah the threat of the destruction of Jerusalem and of the desolation of the temple mountain (Mic_3:12) stands in the closest connection with the promise, that at the end of the days the mountain of God's house will be exalted above all mountains, and Jehovah reign on Zion as king for ever (Mic_4:1-3 and Mic_7:1). If this threat were only conditional, the promise would also have only a conditional validity; and the final glorification of the kingdom of God would be dependent upon the penitence of the great mass of the people of Israel,- a view which is diametrically opposed to the real nature of the prophecies of both, yea, of all the prophets.

We … must also extend the threat of punishment to the destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans and the attendant dispersion of the Jews over all the world, and the redemption out of Babel promised in Mic_4:10 to that deliverance of Israel which, in the main, is in the future still.

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-The Star Reborn- wrote:
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Which is just MORE avoidance and has nothing to do with my post. So here, try again:
"WTF are you arguing over this mythology for?
You are just squandering your time on this drivel, when you should be seeking the real spiritual answers required before you can pass judgment and enter Heaven?"
Flygerian wrote:
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Maybe you should understand what my answer will always be to this.
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If you answer with the same tired answer you have been, I wont respond. Oh well. Maybe one day the god of your imagination will reveal himself to the world. Or maybe not lol
That's ok, I understand how you are too weak minded to overcome the brainwashing and face what was stated, I'm used to that. But I'm more concerned with making certain points obvious to those reading these posts who are not brainwashed as you are, than getting an intelligent and/or rational discussion from you. As I know that's pretty much impossible. As your feeble mind can only grasp the simple, although seriously flawed, primitive mythology that you are squandering your life on, getting not even one true spiritual answer from.

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