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    see mr the question I was right you did try to belittle me .
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    I should have known better; first he says what the scriptures- and Jesus- do.
    Then he dumps church sewage all over it....

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleuseebee View Post
    see mr the question I was right you did try to belittle me .
    You were wrong- as always- you belittle yourself by perverting the inspired word of God.
    “He explained to me with great insistence that every question posessed a power that did not lie in the answer.”
    ― Elie Wiesel, Night

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleuseebee View Post
    see mr the question I was right you did try to belittle me .
    He's not trying to belittle you, he's showing you that the God of Jesus is the Father, the one true God.

    That's why Jesus calls his God "my God".(John 20:17)

    Some know the truth and others (Trinitarians) do not.
    Last edited by james214; 04-20-2017 at 06:09 PM.
    John 5:24

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    Quote Originally Posted by theQuestion View Post
    1- One of his Fellow Gods?
    2-Himself?, or
    3- To his God?
    Let's say that a fly, or rather a gnat flies into your rum and coke and drowns. Do you.....

    1. Drink it anyway.

    2. Throw it away and make a new drink.

    3. Dig it out with your finger and continue to enjoy your toddy?
    For when nothing can be as it is, then whatever is turns into nothing. Yehushuan

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    Quote Originally Posted by Philip View Post
    Let's say that a fly, or rather a gnat flies into your rum and coke and drowns. Do you.....

    1. Drink it anyway.

    2. Throw it away and make a new drink.

    3. Dig it out with your finger and continue to enjoy your toddy?
    I drink it anyway. (3)
    Why?

    If your drink spills in the toilet- will you...?
    “He explained to me with great insistence that every question posessed a power that did not lie in the answer.”
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    I drink it anyway. (3)
    Why?
    Just curious. I'd fish it out.

    If your drink spills in the toilet- will you...?
    If your drink spills in the toilet, you've had too much to drink. No, I wouldn't drink from the toilet under any circumstances, nor would I spill a drink in the toilet. When I need to pour out a drink, it goes down the sink.

    Why?
    For when nothing can be as it is, then whatever is turns into nothing. Yehushuan

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    mr james there is four definitions for the greek word mou ,the word for his, each other word can also be correct, I,his ,my, mine, in the john wycliff text my GOD is translated as my LORD, its meaning is my LORD who is GOD. didn't the eyewitness nathatial and Philip say to jesus my GOD?
    Quote Originally Posted by james214 View Post
    He's not trying to belittle you, he's showing you that the God of Jesus is the Father, the one true God.

    That's why Jesus calls his God "my God".(John 20:17)

    Some know the truth and others (Trinitarians) do not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by theQuestion View Post
    I'm SHOCKED!
    Some of the Trinitarians (and non-Trinitarians who claim to be Trinitarian) say that Jesus doesn't have a God. They're in for the shock of their lives.

    There is no God besides Jesus'. Everything else is idols/idolatry.

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    1- One of his Fellow Gods?
    2-Himself?, or
    3- To his God?
    Jesus prayed to his God.
    The hound of Jewish monotheism.

    "For us there is one God. He is the Father." (I Corinthians 8:6)

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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleuseebee View Post
    didn't the eyewitness nathatial and Philip say to jesus my GOD?
    No- in euphoric shock he praised both his Lord- and the God who RESURRECTED him.
    “He explained to me with great insistence that every question posessed a power that did not lie in the answer.”
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    Quote Originally Posted by doubleuseebee View Post
    mr james there is four definitions for the greek word mou ,the word for his, each other word can also be correct, I,his ,my, mine, in the john wycliff text my GOD is translated as my LORD, its meaning is my LORD who is GOD. didn't the eyewitness nathatial and Philip say to jesus my GOD?
    The Greek reads: "The Father of me and the Father of you and God of me and God of you". (John 20:17)

    The Father is the God of Jesus.
    John 5:24

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