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Re: Serious Question For Bzrd!

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Posted by Keith/">Keith on February 19, 2000 05:13:11 UTC

I have the answer; yes I do!

It is the first and the last; the beginning and the ending, the alpha and the omega.

Where is it that we all can see Christ Jesus? At once? Literally? As a singular male human being, if he were to be on the north pole the people on the south pole could not see him. Correct!

He is risen! He is the light (love, life, etc.) If we all look toward the heaven where he is the light we can all see him at the same time. Then, we will all know the answer. Jesus is the very life that is in us. Look at that and all else will go to the wayside.

I am not bright enough to think this stuff up, it was given to me by the words Jesus gave me.

I like it!

Keith

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