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Promise to Abraham Intact in the Hebrew Holy Scriptures-The Original Promise Intact-Jesus Christ the Same Yesterday, Today, Forever

Reader comment on item: Prepare to attack [Iran]
in response to reader comment: you can not stop the inevitable

Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Jun 23, 2008 at 10:45

To suggest the Quran is a newer version of the Word of Almighty God is to suggest that Almighty God did not get it right the first time, which would allude to the unthinkable possibility that the Eternal Sovereign makes mistakes. Is that what you would have us believe about the Perfect Being of the Universe and Heaven. Really? Or is it more true that the Quran was written because the Islamic Prophet did not want to believe in the eternal truth of the Tanakh and the Brit Hadassah because it caused conviction of sin that needed redemption in Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ for salvation.

The inevitablity of the Word of the LORD is a fact of this reality and the reality to come. And to suggest that this reader can change the Word of the LORD and its perfect truth demonstrates the unbelief of anyone else in the truth contained in the Hebrew Holy Bible. The words that Yeshua HaMashiach spoke concerning that truth, underscored and justified by His death, burial, resurrection and ascension, to which you confirmed in another post is a fact of history, is all this reader has by which salvation in Jesus Christ is provided in His love. This reader cannot deny that, neither can it be denied that Israel, to whom and by whom all truth is revealed in the Hebrew Holy Scriptures, will be brought through the Revelation about to be performed in this approaching next phase of human history.

In that, it is correct, this reader cannot stop the inevitable; but this reader does take solace in the verification of the Hebrew Holy Scriptures as they are perfected in the execution of His Holy WORD.


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