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JESUS: The WORD Of God (What does it betoken?) Part 1

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There is only One Entity, only One Personage that goes by the sobriquet 'Word of God.' A word is a limning of the utterer of it. You are bound by the word of your utterance because you have verbalised it. It becomes your property, identity and true self. It takes the articulation of verbalism, often meticulosity allied, to effectuate a creation. Mark the trajectory projection of a prayer, praise, worship or a curse. Very effective. The Scripture of theological ventilation of, "And God said..." was commanded ten times to the establishment of creationism. Indeed, your word says everything that has to do with you! It is for this reason that Logos, the Greek for 'word,' is defined as 'the totality of God's mind, will and word.' Amen.Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [seven]

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Christ, in Revelation 15:3, goes by the sobriquet Lord God Almighty, and Revelation 11:17 gives the same Lord God Almighty to the Father. Each of the two Divine Beings is: “Which is, and which was, and which is to come.” Revelation 16:5 says of Jesus, “And I heard the angel of the waters say, Thou art righteous, O Lord, which art, and wast, and shalt be, because thou hast judged thus.” The name or title “Lord” in Hebrew is most definitely LORD (in capitals) and which is none other than I AM THAT I AM –JEHOVAH. What does this say of those who are in Christ Jesus? They are in the safest hand of the Entity (whose immanent transcendentalism spans the eternity present, past and future), spiritually. Their (the Christians) eternal lives are inviolably secure. Their lives reside in the Saviour, Jesus, very God of very God. Selah!Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [six]

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For your scriptural information, “which was,” ho en in Greek takes the age of Jesus to the ‘eternity past.’ If no creature existed in the eternity past, it follows that whoever has his existence from that eternal past has an essence of immutability. Living before time, Jesus is immutable: for time cannot affect Him. He is as old as the Eternal Father! In Proverbs chapter 8, verse 22 speaks of wisdom: “The LORD possessed me in the beginning of his way, before his works of old.” Verse 23 underscores the “wisdom’s” datelessness, “I was set up from everlasting, from the beginning, or ever the earth was.” Verses 24 to 29 which continue to uphold the eternal existence of Wisdom is essentially Jesus in Colossians 2:3 “In whom are hid all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.” Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [five]

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We understand the transcendentalism of the Eternal Father. If the Son appropriates “Which is, and which was, and which is to come,” to Himself, there is no doubt why He is “over all God, blessed forever” of Romans 9:5. The expression ‘which was’ speaks of His immutability. Jesus’ fixity accentuates His agelessness. “Which,” ho in Greek, is simply of definite article ‘the.’ En (ayn) the Greek word for ‘was’ being an imperfect tense of eime (am, be, being), is best defined as ‘One.’Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [four]

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Jesus is the only corporeality of existence who will make Himself equal to the Divinity and will not be in danger of being charged with Divine robbery of an imposter. In case any wants to think of Him in the likeness of comic heroism of Superman, He just snapped whoever it is out of such disillusionment by capping His grand introduction with: 'the Almighty.' There is none of creationism great enough to go by even one of "I Am," "Alpha and Omega" or "The Almighty." As the "I Am," Jesus is the corporeal manifestation of the unseen Jehovah. God, through Jesus, entered into our world for a salvific purpose. Alpha and Omega is the sobriquet that points Him out as the Word of God. Jesus is God's protocol. Is there any difference between a person and his spoken vocabulary? I think not. Jesus, ergo, is JEHOVAH.Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [three]

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Jesus does not stop there at Ego eime, but had to leave none in doubt about who is being introduced. The introduction continues with 'Alpha kai Omega.' The Greek 'Alpha' has the definition of: 'the first letter of the alphabet: figuratively only (from its use as a numeral) the first.' The next word is Ō (o'-meg-ah): 'The last letter of the Greek alphabet, that is, (figuratively) the finality.' As the Alpha, Jesus is the preeminent word of God; and without Him God the Father says nothing –what is there to discuss outside the LOGOS? As the Omega, Jesus is the finality of creationism. After Jesus, there is absolutely nothing to say theologically. He is the Logos: the totality of God’s thought, idea, reasoning and intention.Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [two]

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The Island of Patmos experience of Revelation 1:8-20 (…continued from part one…) 2)            Two is the number of witness and of testimony. The twice couched kai (i.e. and) of this phraseology (which was, and is, and is to come) underscores the transcendentalism of His Being. The One whose existence is visible to the present now...Read More

Which Is, And Which Was, And Which Is To Come. [one]

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There are many entities that receive worship in the present days of human existence. These entities of idolatry are imposters. Jehovah is the only One true God whose existence transcends the days of creationism. We all are in existence just because He ‘is.’ The heavenly Father ‘is,’ not as a result of the ratiocination of any other being. He does not emanate from the fantasy of ratiocinatio. Jehovah is the very ‘is’ of existence. Amen. His Being is the cause of our being. ‘Which is,’ from its definition means, ‘The Eternal Being.’Read More

THE END-TIME MARK OF THE ANTICHRIST (IX)

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The Lord Jesus will show up twice in the seventh week. Not touching the earth, His first appearance takes place in the middle of the seven weeks, –to remove the Church at the rapture. The next thing would be a global broadcast from the capital of the world! It would be something like, “Enemies of a peaceful earth must be rounded up and be punished.” The Antichrist is the spiritual progeny of Satan, the father of lies, ergo, he will find it facilely colorable to blame perceived enemies from Mars or wherever. This will give birth to branding. The number of his name is 666. It will be borne by all, great and small. This will prove that he, the son of perdition, owns the world and all its inhabitants, fronting for Lucifer, the god of this world. The truth, however, is that he cannot exercise his evil force to receive latria from us –the born-again Christians. Read More

hoojewale.com [My personal website, at last!]

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WordPress has, for so many times, urged me to personalise my website. They have always made it clear to me that hoojewale.com is up, and there, for my grabs. “It, definitely, isn’t a bad idea at all,” I have always agreed with our dear WordPress, the best place for any blogger to be. Thank you,...Read More

Righteousness (2)

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We have in Romans 6:23, “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Our sinful nature, because it happens to be what we are innately guilty of, attracts the ‘wage’ of ‘death.’ We get paid for our wrongdoings. When it comes to ‘righteousness,’ however, it is not of our toil. Jesus toiled for it, so we can only be a recipient of it through the Divine generosity of being a ‘gift.’ A gift is not an original ownership of the recipient. ‘Gift’ of the above verse is charisma (khar'-is-mah): ‘1. a (divine) gratuity, i.e. deliverance (from danger or passion) 2. (specially), a (spiritual) endowment 3. (subjectively) religious qualification 4. (objectively) miraculous faculty.’ The Greek charisma comes from charizomai (khar-id'-zom-ai) ‘to grant as a favor, i.e. gratuitously, in kindness, pardon or rescue.’ Grace, as we understand it, is an unmerited favour.Read More

Righteousness (2)

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We have in Romans 6:23, “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” Our sinful nature, because it happens to be what we are innately guilty of, attracts the ‘wage’ of ‘death.’ We get paid for our wrongdoings. When it comes to ‘righteousness,’ however, it is not of our toil. Jesus toiled for it, so we can only be a recipient of it through the Divine generosity of being a ‘gift.’ A gift is not an original ownership of the recipient. ‘Gift’ of the above verse is charisma (khar'-is-mah): ‘1. a (divine) gratuity, i.e. deliverance (from danger or passion) 2. (specially), a (spiritual) endowment 3. (subjectively) religious qualification 4. (objectively) miraculous faculty.’ The Greek charisma comes from charizomai (khar-id'-zom-ai) ‘to grant as a favor, i.e. gratuitously, in kindness, pardon or rescue.’ Grace, as we understand it, is an unmerited favour.Read More

WHY EVE STUCK TO ADAM (two)

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Adam renamed the woman to ensure the continuity of the marriage. It must take after God's vision of: once married, is eternally married: where divorce is a spiritual illogicality which has no locus standi in the heavenly assizes. A proof of the fact that a member of the Church is eternally born again. ".....I will build my church; and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it" [Matthew 16:18]. God had put all necessary ingredients of marital success into the crafting of Adam. He was God's disseminator of the oracular afflatus. God cannot lose. He must have His own desire. Jesus, therefore, got back His bride in Eve, the mother of the living. After the temptation, Adam's wife was able to distinguish between faithfulness of the LORD God and the shenanigan device of the Devil, having been fed with his beguilement. She had learnt her lessons. Eve made her wise choice.Read More

NO COMPROMISE (one)

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It is a well-known fact that Job was, personally, guiltless of the predicament he found himself. He faced his trials with a certain equanimity. Tribulations are good for us. They teach us how to wear the fitting robe of patience. It is getting worse these days after six thousand years of Adam's unfortunate act that has plunged man into this quaggy state of depravity.Read More