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Psalm 37:10
10 Just a little while longer, and the wicked will be no more;
You will look at where they were,
And they will not be there.
Luke 23:43
43 And he said to him: “Truly I tell you today, you will be with me in Paradise.”
Acts 24:15
15 And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous.
Acts 24:15
15 And I have hope toward God, which hope these men also look forward to, that there is going to be a resurrection of both the righteous and the unrighteous. Revelation 5:9
And they sing a new song, saying: “You are worthy to take the scroll and open its seals, for you were slaughtered and with your blood you bought people for God out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation,
Revelation 20:12
And I saw the dead, the great and the small, standing before the throne, and scrolls were opened. But another scroll was opened; it is the scroll of life. The dead were judged out of those things written in the scrolls according to their deeds.
Luke 4:17
So the scroll of the prophet Isaiah was handed to him, and he opened the scroll and found the place where it was written:
Jeremiah 36:28
“Take another scroll and write on it all the same words that were on the first scroll, which King Je·hoiʹa·kim of Judah burned up.
Revelation 22:18
“I am bearing witness to everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this scroll: If anyone makes an addition to these things, God will add to him the plagues that are written in this scroll;
Revelation 22:19
and if anyone takes anything away from the words of the scroll of this prophecy, God will take his portion away from the trees of life and out of the holy city, things that are written about in this scroll.

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Mark 13:22
For false Christs and false prophets will arise and will perform signs and wonders to lead astray, if possible, the chosen ones.
Luke 6:26
“Woe whenever all men speak well of you, for this is what their forefathers did to the false prophets.
Luke 11:47
“Woe to you, because you build the tombs of the prophets, but your forefathers killed them!
Matthew 23:29
“Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! because you build the graves of the prophets and decorate the tombs of the righteous ones,
John 17:14
I have given your word to them, but the world has hated them, because they are no part of the world, just as I am no part of the world.
John 15:19
If you were part of the world, the world would be fond of what is its own. Now because you are no part of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, for this reason the world hates you.
John 18:36
Jesus answered: “My Kingdom is no part of this world. If my Kingdom were part of this world, my attendants would have fought that I should not be handed over to the Jews. But as it is, my Kingdom is not from this source.”

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Matthew 24:6
You are going to hear of wars and reports of wars. See that you are not alarmed, for these things must take place, but the end is not yet.

Matthew 6:24
“No one can slave for two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or he will stick to the one and despise the other. You cannot slave for God and for Riches.

Matthew 24:24
For false Christs and false prophets will arise and will perform great signs and wonders so as to mislead, if possible, even the chosen ones.

Matthew 6:6
But when you pray, go into your private room and, after shutting your door, pray to your Father who is in secret. Then your Father who looks on in secret will repay you.

Matthew 24:8
All these things are a beginning of pangs of distress.

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Psalm 8:2
Out of the mouth of children and infants you have established strength On account of your adversaries, To silence the enemy and the avenger.
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QUESTION #12 – According to Revelation 5:13-14, ‘the One’ (God the Father) and the Lamb (Jesus) are both worshipped at the same time. The Bible is clear that only the one true God may be worshipped. How then can the Lamb (Jesus) be worshipped if he is not God?
ANSWER – Some might wonder why trinitarians go to such lengths to prop up a doctrine that is nonsensical to its core and has not a shred of scriptural support. There is a very good reason. The Father of the lie, the Devil, the original Slanderer of God, does not want people to understand or appreciate the fact that Jehovah has exalted Jesus and given him his throne as a reward for Jesus’ absolute subservience and loyalty. That is what the trinity is all about — denying Jesus’ obedience and Jehovah’s generosity. And it has a powerful liar, even a god, who pushes it.

From the very beginning in Eden the Devil accused God of not trusting his creatures. Later in the case of Job the Slanderer just came out and said it, accusing God of bribing his creatures with goodies in order to win their loyalty. Satan’s contention was that if God took it all away that any man would deny God to save his neck. By his sacrificial course Jesus proved that the Devil is a liar.

And to further demonstrate that Satan is an outrageous liar Jehovah not only brought Jesus back to life, he exalted him to be his virtual equal —giving Jesus life in himself, which is something that the Firstborn son did not possess in the beginning. That is why Jesus said: “For just as the Father has life in himself, so he has granted also to the Son to have life in himself. And he has given him authority to do judging, because he is the Son of man.”

Anyone who is not bent on pushing the Devil’s lie can readily see that Jesus plainly declared that God granted the Son to have immortality and he gave Jesus authority to judge. Nobody gives God life or authority. He has always possessed such. But by giving Christ immortality and indestructibility Jesus no longer needs God for anything. Besides that, God has given him everything, entrusting his very throne to the Son. There is nothing that Jehovah has held back, including the honor and glory that is given to God himself, contrary to what the Devil lyingly told poor Eve.

So, in his madness the Devil has duped the masses of the untaught to believe that Jesus is God, that he received nothing from God, that he has always been God’s equal. Truly, Satan is a masterful liar —the best there is.

As regards the verse in question, it should be understood that there are two separate entities pictured in the vision. “The One sitting on the throne” is obviously Jehovah God, the King of eternity. And then there is the Lamb in the midst of the throne. It should be evident to all but the most perverse that Jesus is the Lamb. But, equally evident is the fact that Jesus has not always been the Lamb. He became the sacrificial lamb of God when he was baptized by John. And John then introduced Jesus to the Jews as “the Lamb of God that takes away the sin of the world.” —John 1:29

After Jesus was sacrificed as a blameless and innocent lamb, Jehovah resurrected him into the spirit world and exalted him to his right hand. And as Paul stated every knee will bend before him, including those in heaven.

Keep in mind that although John was given the Revelation almost 2,000 years ago, the vision itself is about the future —when Jesus begins ruling as the King. That is what the 5th chapter is Revelation is portraying. Call it the coronation of the King. That is why the 24 elders and all the angels are assembled around the throne —to hail the new King. And the vision focuses on the Lamb receiving the scroll and opening the seven seals of the scroll containing God’s judgments. In fact, it is at the very moment the Lamb receives the scroll that the elders and four living creautres fall down before him. Revelation states: “When he took the scroll, the four living creatures and the 24 elders fell down before the Lamb, and each one had a harp and golden bowls that were full of incense. (The incense means the prayers of the holy ones.) And they sing a new song, saying: “You are worthy to take the scroll and open its seals, for you were slaughtered and with your blood you bought people for God out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation, and you made them to be a kingdom and priests to our God, and they are to rule as kings over the earth.”

The point is, the Lamb has not always occupied such an exalted place, being intimately connected to the very worship of Jehovah. That is why the elders are singing a new song. Jesus coming to power and wielding all authority in heaven and over the earth is something new. That is why all the angels declared in the vision: “The Lamb who was slaughtered is worthy to receive the power and riches and wisdom and strength and honor and glory and blessing.”

Although the trinitarian would have you believe that the Lamb is God and always has been worshipped, the angels give witness that the Lamb is worthy of the highest honors because he willingly allowed himself to be slaughtered.

So, the question is, who are you going to believe, God’s loyal angels or a trinitarian?

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QUESTION: My question is about a verse in the book of Luke. Luke 18: says: “And one of the rulers questioned him, saying: ‘Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit everlasting life?’ Jesus said to him: ‘Why do you call me good? Nobody is good except one, God.’” 
I’m a little confused?  Clearly, Jesus made a distinction between himself and Jehovah about being good, but surely Jesus is good as well.  So what does that distinction mean? Can you help me to better understand this scripture.
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ANSWER: Good question. The way to understand why Jesus did not except the accolade of being good is to look at how various tenses of the word “good”, as well as various other qualities, are used in the Bible in relation to God and everyone else.
We might tend to think in terms of antonyms – words having the opposite meaning – such as good and bad. But in Scripture there is a more subtle distinction. What is that? There is a difference between being good and doing good. And it is in that sense we are to understand Jesus’ words.
To illustrate the point, at Acts 10:38 Peter said that Jesus was anointed by the holy spirit “and he went through the land doing good and healing all those oppressed by the Devil, because God was with him.”
What motivated Jesus, the carpenter’s son, to go through the land “doing good”? God was with him. That being the case, Jesus was merely reflecting and extending God’s goodness. And isn’t that what Jesus said over and over again, that he came to do his father’s will and to reveal the character of his Father?
So, that is why Jesus did not accept anyone calling him “good,” because everything that Jesus was, his beauty, his mercy and compassion, his courage and any other quality you can think of, originated with God. We, including Jesus and his prehuman self, are all made in God’s image. 
That is why in the very last verse in Romans Paul said that God alone is wise. Does that mean everyone else is a fool? No, not necessarily. The Proverbs exhort us to be wise. But, again, like goodness, any wisdom we may attain originates with God. That is why the 8th chapter of Proverbs depicts God’s first creation to be the expression and very personification of wisdom – God’s wisdom.
The same can be said for love. God is love. However, in imitation of him we may also be loving – doing acts motivated by love. That’s why the apostle exhorts us to become imitators of God. 
Basically, this is why God is so deserving of our worship and devotion – he is the source of everything good, righteous, true and loving. 
AS AN AFTER THOUGHT
Obviously Jesus was much more spiritually attuned than you or I, or anyone else down here. He may have perceived the man’s comment as a form of flattery inspired by Satan to entrap him. Keep in mind that when “good”- intentioned Peter tried to dissuade Jesus from his self-sacrificial course he turned his back on the apostle and said: “Get behind me Satan!”
So, Jesus may have perceived the guile of the Devil in flattering him with being good. Had Jesus not rejected the title he may have offended God the same way Moses did when he struck the rock and exclaimed: “I’ll give you water, you rebels!” 
Even though God esteemed Moses as the meekest man on earth, because on just that one occasion Moses failed to credit Jehovah for the authority and power he wielded, God forbade him from entering the Promised Land.
Thankfully Jesus Christ never failed to give glory to God. 

QUESTION: My question is about a verse in the book of Luke. Luke 18: says: “And one of the rulers questioned him, saying: ‘Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit everlasting life?’ Jesus said to him: ‘Why do you call me good? Nobody is good except one, God.’” 
I’m a little confused?  Clearly, Jesus made a distinction between himself and Jehovah about being good, but surely Jesus is good as well.  So what does that distinction mean? Can you help me to better understand this scripture.
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ANSWER: Good question. The way to understand why Jesus did not except the accolade of being good is to look at how various tenses of the word “good”, as well as various other qualities, are used in the Bible in relation to God and everyone else.
We might tend to think in terms of antonyms – words having the opposite meaning – such as good and bad. But in Scripture there is a more subtle distinction. What is that? There is a difference between being good and doing good. And it is in that sense we are to understand Jesus’ words.
To illustrate the point, at Acts 10:38 Peter said that Jesus was anointed by the holy spirit “and he went through the land doing good and healing all those oppressed by the Devil, because God was with him.”
What motivated Jesus, the carpenter’s son, to go through the land “doing good”? God was with him. That being the case, Jesus was merely reflecting and extending God’s goodness. And isn’t that what Jesus said over and over again, that he came to do his father’s will and to reveal the character of his Father?
So, that is why Jesus did not accept anyone calling him “good,” because everything that Jesus was, his beauty, his mercy and compassion, his courage and any other quality you can think of, originated with God. We, including Jesus and his prehuman self, are all made in God’s image. 
That is why in the very last verse in Romans Paul said that God alone is wise. Does that mean everyone else is a fool? No, not necessarily. The Proverbs exhort us to be wise. But, again, like goodness, any wisdom we may attain originates with God. That is why the 8th chapter of Proverbs depicts God’s first creation to be the expression and very personification of wisdom – God’s wisdom.
The same can be said for love. God is love. However, in imitation of him we may also be loving – doing acts motivated by love. That’s why the apostle exhorts us to become imitators of God. 
Basically, this is why God is so deserving of our worship and devotion – he is the source of everything good, righteous, true and loving. 
AS AN AFTER THOUGHT
Obviously Jesus was much more spiritually attuned than you or I, or anyone else down here. He may have perceived the man’s comment as a form of flattery inspired by Satan to entrap him. Keep in mind that when “good”- intentioned Peter tried to dissuade Jesus from his self-sacrificial course he turned his back on the apostle and said: “Get behind me Satan!”
So, Jesus may have perceived the guile of the Devil in flattering him with being good. Had Jesus not rejected the title he may have offended God the same way Moses did when he struck the rock and exclaimed: “I’ll give you water, you rebels!” 
Even though God esteemed Moses as the meekest man on earth, because on just that one occasion Moses failed to credit Jehovah for the authority and power he wielded, God forbade him from entering the Promised Land.
Thankfully Jesus Christ never failed to give glory to God. 

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QUESTION: My question is about a verse in the book of Luke. Luke 18: says: “And one of the rulers questioned him, saying: ‘Good Teacher, what must I do to inherit everlasting life?’ Jesus said to him: ‘Why do you call me good? Nobody is good except one, God.’” 
I’m a little confused?  Clearly, Jesus made a distinction between himself and Jehovah about being good, but surely Jesus is good as well.  So what does that distinction mean? Can you help me to better understand this scripture.
__________
ANSWER: Good question. The way to understand why Jesus did not except the accolade of being good is to look at how various tenses of the word “good”, as well as various other qualities, are used in the Bible in relation to God and everyone else.
We might tend to think in terms of antonyms – words having the opposite meaning – such as good and bad. But in Scripture there is a more subtle distinction. What is that? There is a difference between being good and doing good. And it is in that sense we are to understand Jesus’ words.
To illustrate the point, at Acts 10:38 Peter said that Jesus was anointed by the holy spirit “and he went through the land doing good and healing all those oppressed by the Devil, because God was with him.”
What motivated Jesus, the carpenter’s son, to go through the land “doing good”? God was with him. That being the case, Jesus was merely reflecting and extending God’s goodness. And isn’t that what Jesus said over and over again, that he came to do his father’s will and to reveal the character of his Father?
So, that is why Jesus did not accept anyone calling him “good,” because everything that Jesus was, his beauty, his mercy and compassion, his courage and any other quality you can think of, originated with God. We, including Jesus and his prehuman self, are all made in God’s image. 
That is why in the very last verse in Romans Paul said that God alone is wise. Does that mean everyone else is a fool? No, not necessarily. The Proverbs exhort us to be wise. But, again, like goodness, any wisdom we may attain originates with God. That is why the 8th chapter of Proverbs depicts God’s first creation to be the expression and very personification of wisdom – God’s wisdom.
The same can be said for love. God is love. However, in imitation of him we may also be loving – doing acts motivated by love. That’s why the apostle exhorts us to become imitators of God. 
Basically, this is why God is so deserving of our worship and devotion – he is the source of everything good, righteous, true and loving. 
AS AN AFTER THOUGHT
Obviously Jesus was much more spiritually attuned than you or I, or anyone else down here. He may have perceived the man’s comment as a form of flattery inspired by Satan to entrap him. Keep in mind that when “good”- intentioned Peter tried to dissuade Jesus from his self-sacrificial course he turned his back on the apostle and said: “Get behind me Satan!”
So, Jesus may have perceived the guile of the Devil in flattering him with being good. Had Jesus not rejected the title he may have offended God the same way Moses did when he struck the rock and exclaimed: “I’ll give you water, you rebels!” 
Even though God esteemed Moses as the meekest man on earth, because on just that one occasion Moses failed to credit Jehovah for the authority and power he wielded, God forbade him from entering the Promised Land.
Thankfully Jesus Christ never failed to give glory to God. 
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