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Misled? or given Free Will?

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in response to reader comment: AnneM, maybe we're all misled

Submitted by Beth (not a christian fanatic, just a person with hope) (United States), Mar 22, 2008 at 13:44

Perhaps we don't keep the same "Holy Days" that Jesus revered ,however, this is all part of the grand design when the full gospel was taken from the world because of man. It will be returned in its entirety before the final days. This is stated in the bible although I don't recall exactly which passage I'm sure there are others who do. I do however, know that it is in ALL versions of The Holy Bible which has been translated, re - translated and re -written using plain English so that severly uneducated people can understand, AND as we all know, when something is translated, much of the true meaning will be lost.

We were given "Free Will" by the lord. We will all make the choice to come to him or suffer the consequences. What, exactly, these consequences are, is something that will not be learned until The Judgement Day arrives. The Bible gives us some examples of the punishment man will face at the end but again, translation may make it seem worse, or not as bad as it will actually be.

Prophets are human beings, chosen by The Lord to bring his word, Some, being only human, perhaps corrupted and mis interpreted what they were supposed to record and perhaps some simply did not Know How to interpret what they were to record. Possibly, the ambiguity of The Holy Bible is simply because so much of the True Gospel was taken from us. God is a vengeful God, but a merciful one as well. Jesus died on the cross to save all of mankind as long as they believed, and followed the word of God. If the Word Of God was taken from us, it only makes sense that it will be returned to us so that we can be fully educated in the ways of The Lord BEFORE his judgement.

It WILL be returned to us REGARDLESS of WHO or WHAT tries to stop it.

All things is CHRIST.


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