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Posted by Eric Clark on October 2, 2003 13:56:25 UTC

Rudimentary presumptions :

Can energy be seen ?
Can light be seen unless it touchs(affects) matter ?

If light travels through(past) matter and is only seen because of its affect on matter, when the matter is consumed (or moved by a great force of gravity) wouldn't the light passing through the matter be drawn as well ?

Conclusion :
Though the power of gravity that helps to form blackholes is very great, when the Messiah returns in power and glory, the power of black holes will be as a drop of water in the ocean.
When a 15 watt bulb is lit and held in front of a 150 watt mercury vapor bulb, it cannot be seen(goes dark). Won't the brightness of His glory cause the sun to darken ?

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