Thanks skinny, for this humor escaped me. That was very funny, actually. Maybe I could use it too.Yithian said:
Fantastic. These are my favourite kinds of threads.
June2019, here's a heads up - it is hard to see if English is not your first language, but Yithian and PeteS were being sarcastic. They don't like seeing these kinds of threads cycling in every few months claiming to have the good oil on the end of the world. Many of the members here have seen this many times before. Spend some time looking through this website's previous threads and you will see that claims such as yours are a dime a dozen. Sorry to be so direct, but it's true.
There is no deity to insert anywhere for I just studied Christ's own prophetic words. The version (interpretation) I offer is unique and accurate, and proven by historical facts until now. It's not a brainer, and the impending future should prove it right...again. The Bible scholars have not being able to decode these prophecies due to prejudices and preconceptions, and because this is highly sensitive and 'incorrect', politically speaking. They could not risk their jobs, nor their reputation, if any. It's like the scientists with ufology.Nobody doubts your sincerity. It's just tiresome and annoying to be given the same old spiel time and again - "But truly I have been given the really real revelation by [insert deity here]!" You haven't. Yours is just another in a long line of very personal responses, none of which have been proven in any way accurate or even useful by my reckoning. By all means share your interpretation of your scriptures, but that is all they are - interpretations of apocalyptic text, the true meaning (if there is one) of which the most highly-educated liturgical scholars haven't been able to uncover with any semblance of clarity. That is the nature of apocalyptic literature.
I disagree with you. This is not the nature of the apocalyptic literature to be obscure forever. The visions, again, speak about images. And they now are clear.
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