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Jesus is not God? Read Mark 5:1-20 might help you.

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Submitted by Chao (United States), Mar 4, 2009 at 18:19

I believed you read Christian Bible more than I do. Jesus is not a messenger from God. He is God. If you read the first 4 books of the Bible (not Mormons or Jehovah Witnesses's Bible), you will see that Jesus knew what's in people's mind. Can anyone does that? One amazing thing is that Demons know Jesus is God. Read Mark 5:1-20. Demons knew Jesus very well when they saw Jesus, they ran to him and fell on their knees in front of Jesus. They begged Jesus for their life. Who can see and destroy spirits? Only God, right? What did demon called Jesus in Mark 5:7? Son of God. Did Jesus accept demons' offer? Yes! Because it's not their appointed time to send them into Abyss yet. Only God has the power to drive demons into Abyss (not even angels can do it).
You did very well on the article but you need to read more Bible and try to understand it a little better. I pray for you that next time you will write an article to proof that Jesus is God. He is the second person of the Godhead.
God bless all of you.

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