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#1 Gary cook_*

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Posted 27 October 2004 - 03:42 AM

WHY ?Must we be BORN AGAIN ? Because our spirits are sin full .We MUST be MADE anew !This is the purpose of JESUS CHRIST dying.
That we might ?Be NEW CREATURES ?Not of this earth ?
We then are made as NEW JERUSALEM .WHERE THE LORD IS NOW .
Then and ONLY THEN ?Can we learn of the things ?The CREATOR would TEACH us .
But HE HAS PREPARED a great life for us ?
WE can be like HIM ?if we desire to be like HIM ?
But nothing can START ?Until WE ARE BORN AGAIN ?
THE BIBLE SAYS ?WE MUST BE BORN AGAIN !
HE DIED FOR THE SPIRIT OF MAN KIND .WHAT ARE YOUR THOUGHTS ON THIS ?
WHO ARE YOU IN GODS KINGDOM ?
HOW CAN YOU KNOW THE LORD ?
WHERE IS YOUR HOPE ,FOR THE FUTURE ?
WHERE do YOU plan to go ,when YOU SHED THIS COAT OF FLESH ?
HOW DO YOU KNOW HIM ?
What has HE DONE IN YOUR LIFE ?

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Posted 17 December 2004 - 05:32 AM

Hi Gary, I was just wondering, can you tell us a little about yourself? Thanks!

Edited by Holysay, 19 December 2004 - 04:20 AM.


#3 Billi

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Posted 29 December 2004 - 04:02 PM

Yeah, was Jesus a born-again Christian? ;)

Can he NOT be a born-again Christian? ;)

Was he really born-again during his baptism? If so, does it mean Jesus actually committed sins prior to his 'born again' date? What would be the reason for him to be baptized? I thought the primary reason was ceremonial purposes...

Or perhaps he was born again by the spirit by actually climbing into Mary's womb and then be born again? But that can only be true if Jesus pre-existed. If he never existed before, then he most certainly wasn't born again by the Holy Spirit thru Mary's womb. ;)

#4 Amy Parkin

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Posted 29 December 2004 - 06:09 PM

Was he really born-again during his baptism? If so, does it mean Jesus actually committed sins prior to his 'born again' date? What would be the reason for him to be baptized? I thought the primary reason was ceremonial purposes...


Not too sure, anyone else care to clarify?

Jesus lead a sinless life. John recognised that Jesus didn't need to be baptised, so he must have realised that he had a totallly sinless nature. Jesus was baptised to set an example: if Jesus had to be baptised to please God, then how much more needful are our baptisms?




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