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The Afterlife in a Christian's Life Follows the Truth of Jesus Christ in His Holy Bible - Not a Fable of a Different Sort.

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Submitted by M. Tovey (United States), Oct 13, 2009 at 19:34

Isaiah 66:4) I also will choose their delusions, and will bring their fears upon them; because when I called, none did answer; when I spoke, they did not hear: but they did evil before mine eyes, and chose [that] in which I delighted not.

Second Thessalonians 2:11) And for this cause, God will send them strong delusion, that they should believe a lie:…..

Case in point: After the first sentence (Christianity is not religion – on which statement I find, ironically, that I agree), the diatribe of Salah Ali contained in the previous post contains the all that is necessary to validate the contention of his complete contradiction to the inspired WORD of the LORD as found in the Hebrew Holy Bible, providing all the evidence to show that his 'fabrication' coming from unnamed/alleged sources of his belief system (it is assumed he may be able to cite the bases of his contention), yet there being a serious lack of proof that any of what he portrays might happen.

We can start with his (and the contention of so many others of likeminded thinking) of the supposed Jewish contamination of the narratives concerning Yeshua HaMashiach, Jesus Christ, as being the reason Muslims cannot embrace the truth about who Jesus Christ really is. Only in continuing the lies actually started by Jewish religious leadership of Jesus' time, are such assertions still made, begging the question: how does anyone fall for that illogical argument when the truth is written independent of outside corruption for all to see.

Conversely, there is unlimited evidence, in the fulfillment of the Hebrew Holy Bible on things past, that there are guarantees of the fulfillment of the things of the future. Now, there is no practical logic for me to go line by line to detail any of his sentiments, for there is no rhyme or reason that can be supported in his contentions. But I will interject at a point at one of his statements ('it is a fantastic world which I cannot disclose all its secret(s) but be sure no religious, racial or other discrimination will be valid there'), elicits this comment from me. He cannot disclose such a secret since it has no basis from a humanistic point of view. On the other hand, the revealed WORD of the LORD in the Hebrew Holy Bible does tell the Christian believer a very different version of the things to come, and we have proof in those things already completed that provides our assurance we shall see Jesus Christ execute His promises according to the Holy Bible, and not according to the mythical explanation provided by Salah Ali.

The visionary chapters of Isaiah, the insertions of the visions of Elijah, the very words of Jesus Christ and the Revelation are all starter points from which a true understanding of the things to come can be ascertained from the Hebrew Holy Bible. So, anyone can see, if one wants to entertain the comments of Salah Ali they can, and suffer the consequences of mistaken identity (how does anyone confuse the unbelief found in the Quran about Jesus Christ with the truth in the Holy Bible), or go back to the truth of the Holy Bible and see what Jesus Christ actually says (remember that Jewish believers were entrusted with His truth) about your future. My future is written in His blood, paid out by His death on the cross, and His resurrection is the unfailing proof of my salvation and eternal life. No fable of Salah Ali's (or anyone else that has his sense of such fables) is ever, EVER, going to take that away.

So, Salah Ali, your first sentence is correct, that Christianity is not religion, but belief in the LORD Jesus Christ, which faith in Him is His guarantee and assurance He will prevail in the believer's life, and is the true witness to life in His Name, life everlasting. Praise to the LORD, Jesus Christ.


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