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by Get out of her
4 days ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.
Replies: 5
Views: 294

Re: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.

Are we perhaps a bit taken aback to suddenly discover these many symbolisms that seem to have already been jam packed in only just a few verses of the holy writings here in the first two chapters of Esther alone? Namely ones which while in some manner have indeed been "hidden" or even &quo...
by Get out of her
1 week ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.
Replies: 5
Views: 294

Re: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.

This brings us back first of all to this duel nature of the Vashti phenomenon that I have already referred to; namely that which was primarily represented in the scriptures with the two tribes of ancient Judea and which we want to bear in mind is also representing the shepherding facet of Jehovah's ...
by Get out of her
2 weeks ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.
Replies: 5
Views: 294

Re: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.

(Es 2:1-8) As we consider this collecting together of "beautiful virgins" here for the purpose of ultimately selecting a new bride for the king, there are a few details mentioned that we would we would do well to grasp or appreciate. Among the reasons for this is that NONE of them are by a...
by Get out of her
3 weeks ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.
Replies: 5
Views: 294

Re: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.

In order to save space I will simply be citing the specific verses of Esther that I will subsequently be commenting on. I certainly encourage my brothers and sisters to place the cursor over the cited verses and read them before moving on to the commentary. Also please try to appreciate that while t...
by Get out of her
4 weeks ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.
Replies: 5
Views: 294

The book of Esther. Its symbolic spiritual meanings.

"The kingdom of the heavens is like"---(Mt 13:31) Among the reasons I will be able to demonstrate with this discussion that the book of Esther is just another of seemingly countless ways in which Jehovah has illustrated or symbolically represented the things that are involved with another...
by Get out of her
1 month ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The Trinity: Given by God or Sourced by Satan? (A Commentary)
Replies: 48
Views: 3379

Re: The Trinity: Given by God or Sourced by Satan? (A Commentary)

Stranger wrote: I don't see the problem, I used to but have overcame that hurdle I don't "lean" on any particular scripture Sol, I use the entire Word of God which is Christ Jesus. I'll be blunt too Sol, I would assume some others already know I will say is that the Holy Spirit was Born an...
by Get out of her
1 month ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: The Trinity: Given by God or Sourced by Satan? (A Commentary)
Replies: 48
Views: 3379

Re: The Trinity: Given by God or Sourced by Satan? (A Commentary)

Based alone on the fact that the literal definition of -Apostle is basically -appointed one or one sent on a mission, do we see yet another problem with the notion of Jesus allegedly being Jehovah or otherwise the almighty God and Father who demands actual worship and prayer? (He 3:1) If Jesus truly...
by Get out of her
1 month ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: In the beginning was the Word.
Replies: 33
Views: 1920

Re: In the beginning was the Word.

Gogth wrote: Are you directly or indirectly saying Jehovah created angels (etc)? It's never been an issue of what Sol has to say, but rather what is truly or actually being conveyed in the symbolic spiritual language found throughout Gods written word. This is all the more so since in ANY setting in...
by Get out of her
1 month ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: In the beginning was the Word.
Replies: 33
Views: 1920

Re: In the beginning was the Word.

Developing a habit of cross referencing various scriptural terms while at the same time paying close attention to the context and setting they are individually found in is among the things that will go far in clearing up the confusion and mystery people experience when encountering scriptural questi...
by Get out of her
1 month ago
Forum: Bible Doctrines
Topic: Revelation – Where we are in the stream of time​
Replies: 161
Views: 23268

Re: Revelation – Where we are in the stream of time​

I am genuinely encouraged to see that you have changed your mind Stranger and decided to at least attempt to "put your money where your mouth is" as the saying goes. Since there is perhaps finally something here to actually address with the scriptures, let's by all means begin doing exactl...