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@Witness He may be referring to haters of God, which was the case with enemies of God as seen in the Old Testament, examples like Gideon to both Zebah and Zalmunna, both of them who clearly were not f

I do not understand how Anyone could believe in the pagan doctrine of the trinity. It truly is Not Biblical.

Would we just drop dead? Would it be painful? Would we suffer? Would we know? If we die wouldn’t our sins be forgiven anyways cause if not that makes god a liar. No one ever talked About how we would

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NÃO SE PREOCUPE COM ISSO!!!!!!!!!!!!!

No Armagedon, aqueles que ridicularizam a promessa de Deus, onde os fiéis viverão para sempre num paraíso terrestre fazendo a vontade Dele, e ainda por cima fazem hoje uma oposição renhida à Sua vontade, "poderão" perder o privilégio de viver aqui na Terra para todo o sempre! 

JÁ É HORA DE VOCÊ CAIR NA REALIDADE!!!! 

 

 

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20 hours ago, Querotevernoparaiso said:

JÁ É HORA DE VOCÊ CAIR NA REALIDADE!!!! 

Maybe he IS finally falling into reality.  Armageddon is fought in the valley of DECISION; the time period where both truth and deceitful lies are presented. 2 Thess 2:9-12  It is the making up of one's mind to love one or the other, and the ultimate judgment of each one of us, when we face Christ.     Joel 3:14;   Dan 7:9,10,22; John 5:22

2 Pet 3:7 -  But the heavens and the earth which are now preserved by the same word, are reserved for fire until the day of judgment and perdition of ungodly men.

Jer 23:29 - “Is not My word like a fire?” says the Lord,
“And like a hammer that breaks the rock in pieces?

Any casualties are the resulting influence Satan has over this world. 1 John 5:19   Doesn't he already perform that now?  Out of rage of losing his earthly kingdom, who knows what he'll do.  Rev 12:11,7,8

 

 

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@Witness He may be referring to haters of God, which was the case with enemies of God as seen in the Old Testament, examples like Gideon to both Zebah and Zalmunna, both of them who clearly were not fans of God and were quick to mock, resulting in Gideon taking his blade to take them both out himself instead of Jether, Gideon's firstborn doing it himself. And of course there will also be a gnashing of the teeth and wailing of those who assume they are for God, but clearly ate out of the hands of falsehood.

As for the verses in question, John's vision is prophetic. The Angel of the Abyss is regarding the one called Satan the Devil and that part in what is also mentioned, in whole, points to Revelations 9:1 and 20:1-3.

 

That being said, for anyone who does not read Portuguese, what @Querotevernoparaiso said is the following:

DO NOT WORRY ABOUT IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!

In Armageddon, those who ridicule God's promise, where believers will forever live in an earthly paradise doing His will, and today make strong opposition to His will, "may" lose the privilege of living here on earth for all the time!

IT IS TIME FOR YOU TO FALL INTO REALITY !!!!

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26 minutes ago, BillyTheKid46 said:

Nice! it's refreshing to find someone that understands scripture. Unlike Portuguese, we use google translate for that, and we use linguists to make sense of ancient writings. It doesn't matter just about anything else, but an interpretation is a must.

Agreed, also I actually did use Google Translate for that one, if it was French or Spanish I wouldn't have a need for it though.

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@BillyTheKid46 French is my birth language, but some of my family speaks Spanish also, so I have 2 languages including English, which I find easy to learn granted at the time my family had already moved to the US. I know other languages too, but I'd give myself a 5 out of 10 for them, but for Greek and Hebrew, I do not speak it, but I can understand a bit of both in terms of writing and some words and language forms, the Hebrew was a bit of self-teaching though and learned a bit more from a man named Jeff A. Benner, a Hebrew Professor and Researcher.

For Bible Translations I mainly use the ESV version, secondary being the AS, and on rare occasions the YLT and or NIV.

As for the other things mentioned, I'd have to look into them, but I do dwell heavily on Biblical Hermeneutics.

That being said, the google translation is indeed a good tool when it comes to seeing what someone is saying, although it isn't always correct. And as for the verses in question, examples from the Bible are clear and understood when brought up.

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@James Thomas Rook Jr. 

Qual é mesmo a pergunta? 

EU NÃO ENTENDI!!! Nem usando o Google translate! 

Acho que... o problema do mau entendimento, NÃO FOI DO TRANSLATE DO GOOGLE!!! 

MAS SIM... da sua infeliz tentativa em comparar algo que vai ser bom para a humanidade, assim como foi prometido, com os filmes de ficção que ridicularizam esta magnífica promessa de Deus :

* Não haverá mais morte, guerras, fome, doenças, catástrofes, etc...etc.. 

A HUMANIDADE VIVERÁ NA TERRA EM CONDIÇÕES PARADISÍACAS!!!! 

Eu... se fosse você... não gozava com o aviso prévio do nosso Criador, porque o que promete Jeová, CUMPRE!!! 

JÁ ESTÁ MAIS DO QUE NA HORA DE VOCÊ LEVAR A SÉRIO A PALAVRA DELE!!! 

NÃO ESTAMOS NO TEMPO PARA BRINCADEIRAS!!! 

RETORNE, RETORNE, RETORNE PARA JEOVÁ DE TODO O SEU CORAÇÃO!!! 

 

Mas cada cabeça sua sentença! 

 

 

 

 

 

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Obrigado por seu conselho ... mas muitos dos meus comentários são 
o que chamamos em inglês "tongue in cheek", ou seja, uma piada
leve e sutil com algum elemento de verdade.

Eu suspeito que isso não se traduza bem em outros idiomas sem um
especialista muito real em ambos os idiomas, que tenha senso de
 humor e entenda o humor em ambos os idiomas.

É claro que, para o humor ser engraçado, deve conter ALGUM 
elemento de verdade.

Thank you for your advice .... but a LOT of my comments are what we call in English "tongue in cheek", that is to say a subtle light hearted joke with some element of truth.


I suspect this does not translate well into other languages without a very real expert in both languages, who has a sense of humor, and understands the humor in both languages.


Of course, for humor to be funny, it must contain SOME element of truth.

 

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@James Thomas Rook Jr. @James Thomas Rook Jr. 

The joke lies in the incredulity of the people in the real amargedon because of the movies that speak of it?

Do not even understand this English humor?? 

MAS o seu português está excelente!!!  É de certeza melhor do que o meu inglês do Google!  ?

SERÁ QUE A SUA AMABILIDADE PODERIA EXPLICAR-ME A PIADA EM PORTUGUÊS? 

Obrigada! 

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The only joke I know in Portugese is this one:
A rabbi, a Priest and a Muslim Cleric walk into a bar mitzvah,

and the bartender asks if they brought their Hippopotomus. 

 

A única piada que conheço em português é essa:
Um rabino, um padre e um clérigo muçulmano entram em um bar mitzvah,

e o garçom pergunta se trouxeram seu hipopótamo.

 

 

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