jcr4runner wrote:Someone told me that I ought to just delete this post from the discussion board. But it is actually good example of what happens when people interpret the Bible outside of its historical and literary context.
It also show what happens when dreams and revelations become a standard for interpreting scripture. Scripture itself ought to interpret scripture and not any private interpretation from man.
jcr4runner wrote:Are they really prophecies? If so, I agree. But I don't think they are prophecies. If so, we would see others in history with a similar interpretation. Yours is new and it probably isn't true.
nickols_k wrote:Article doesn't contain any private interpretation of scriptures! It has correct interpretation of scriptures!
clinevol98 wrote:nickols_k wrote:Article doesn't contain any private interpretation of scriptures! It has correct interpretation of scriptures!
no private interpretation of scriptures? as jcr said, no one else has had this same interpretation. you have made this stuff up.
you said: "It looks like black tattoo which is putted on spirit (not on body) therefore can not be cutted out. It contains the head of dog with iron slam on head."
this description of the mark is found nowhere in Scripture. this is a private interpretation that you have fabricated.
nickols_k wrote:No! It's fact and the mark of beast looks like black tattoo! Christians are only people who don't know such things!
jcr4runner wrote:This is one of those posts that speaks for itself. The writer is non-rational -- and that is the way that a lot of the world thinks unfortunately. I would try to answer, but like I said it speaks for itself -- for any thinking person.
nickols_k wrote:I any from you has doubts then please read PRAYER section of my article and follow the steps described in that section to receive the answers!
clinevol98 wrote:nickols_k wrote:I any from you has doubts then please read PRAYER section of my article and follow the steps described in that section to receive the answers!
I pray that you would read 2 Peter 1:20-21...
"Above all, you must understand that no prophecy of Scripture came about by the prophet's own interpretation. For prophecy never had its origin in the will of man, but men spoke from God as they were carried along by the Holy Spirit."
and Revelation 22:18:
"I warn everyone who hears the words of the prophecy of this book: If anyone adds anything to them, God will add to him the plagues described in this book."
Quite obviously, these prophecies have their origin in the will of man and are private interpretations. Also, you are adding meanings to the prophecies in Revelation. I suggest you think about that.
clinevol98 wrote:no i haven't, and i'm not going to. the Bible is not inaccurate. if the bible is inaccurate, then God is either inaccurate, a liar, or both.
any passages that go against your personal private interpretation you dismiss as being inaccurate. i'm sorry; your arguments hold no water. i pray that you see the truth.
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