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Sacrificing Oneself Does Not Make One A God

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Posted by Phil.o.Sofir on December 13, 1999 14:32:00 UTC

: What use would God have of various body-parts? To ask such a question speaks only of one's limitations re: things of spiritual nature. God is THE Super-Natural Being, the Alpha and the Omega; He was here before time and He will be here after time. God has no material image; Jesus was God incarnate, He assumed the image of Man, died on a cross and was resurrected as a means of atonement for your sins. You only have to accept Him as Saviour.

***There are many men and women who have sacrificed themselves for the sake of someone else, mainly for thier own children, but also for others, this is a supreame sacrifice, more personal, and directly understood by those who were saved by these acts of sacrifice. Jesus was a Martyre(spelling incorrect) there have been many who have died for the sake of humanity, but this in no way makes or proves that they were the son of a god, only that they were in the right place at the right time, or you could say the wrong place at the wrong time.

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