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Son of man is not the same as Son of God, reply to Sohail

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Submitted by Susan (Canada), Dec 14, 2006 at 23:21

Hi Sohail:

It is interesting to read your comments and to see how things that are so obvious to one person can be interpreted differently by somebody else. Bible is not an ordinary book, it is God's Word. If one wants and reads the book with prayer he/she will find GOD and his msg in it. If one does not, Satan will find ways to blind that person, so terms like Son of God and Son of Man will become the same for that person.

There are two approaches to reading the Bible. One approach is through the pride to try to disprove everything and feel good about how smart you are, or that of humility and prayer where you look for the Lord's msg to you.

If you pray and read the Bible the second way, the Lord's spirit will start working in you and you will get close to the Lord.

You will see the God's plan of salvation that is consistent throughout the Old and New Testaments and you will understand why the Lord Jesus Christ had to come to this world and die on the cross for our sins.


Our Lord Bless You.

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