Monday, July 29, 2019

How Many Angels Can Dance On The Tip Of A Pen?

If God Created The Universe, Then Who Created God?

Question: If God created the Universe, then who created God? I am confused being philosophically consistent and being very honest person I'm sure you can tell me where God came from? An addition, once you've told me where God comes from, please try to clarify how you can figure that a spiritual force can have an impact on a material universe to create it? If angels are made of "spiritual matter" and a pen is made of material matter and spiritual matter displaces no space, how many angels can dance on the tip of a pen?

Answer: Greetings to you in Jesus wonderful name!

You need to understand some basics that the God of the Bible is not affected by time, space and matter, that is why He transcends all of it as He lives in eternity. In other words, because God lived in eternity He could make time, space and matter to fall in line at same time during creation. In fact, if God is affected by time, space and matter then He is not God at all.

Here is what God said about Himself,
"For thus says the High and Lofty One who inhabits eternity, whose name is Holy." (Isa 57:15). Because God lives in eternity He could have the omniscience, omnipotence and omnipresence to make the three dimension of time, space and matter to fall in place and work together all at the same time for His own pleasure of which we humans are the zenith of his creation (Isa 48:14).

If there were matter and time but no space, where would you put it?

If there were matter and space but no time, when would you put it?

If there were time and space but no matter, what would you put there?

You cannot have time, space or matter independently. They have to come in to existence simultaneously.

The Bible answers it all within ten words:
"In the beginning (Time) God created the heavens (at least three heaven one above the other which is Space) and the earth (Matter)." (Gen 1:1).

In other words, because God
"inhabits eternity", He chose a time, space and matter to fall inline at the same time in His mind which became the Universe that we live presently when He spoke everything in to existence.

So in time, space and matter God created Trinity of Trinities instantaneously, and yet if God who created them could not stay outside of this limited boundary of his creation, He could not create it all at the same time altogether. If He has been limited by time, space and matter factors, He could not remain as God.

For example, a man who created a computer has to independently exist as the creator outside of it, holding within him the creative ideas and the creative labor force and material to create it successfully, the creator cannot be a part of the same created machine He has created, in other words if He is limited to the creative measurement of space, time and matter or for that matter anything that has limitations, He cannot continue to exist as the independent Creator.

The God who has created the Universe is high and above the limitations of the entire universe, to exist above it, beyond it, in it and through it, and He remains unaffected by its change or limitations. So the spiritual force of God is unlimited and also creative at the same time, it is infinitely higher and more powerful than the physical matter which when divided in to the smallest unit by creative disintegration it again becomes in to the smallest form of atom which is invisible to the human eye but it is the smallest unit of a physical matter. God does teaches us great spiritual lessons first through physical things, so that we could reach out to the incomprehensible things of eternity and apprehend it all through our faith now to reach out to it after we enter the world to come under God after we die physically and rise up in a new metaphysical body to grasp eternal things with the understanding of the un-created God in heaven (1 Cor 15:46).

So what do we learn from this?

Our understanding regarding spiritual force is very limited because we cannot see it with our eyes. Just because we cannot see an atom does not mean that it is not present in any matter in the entire universe. But rather it is present everywhere in all the universe.

Something And Even Everything Out Of Nothing?

How could God create all to fall in line at the same time, there is only one possibility which the Bible describes as,
"God who gives life to the dead and calls those things which do not exist as though they did" (Rom 4:17), which conveys to us that God has the creative power to give life to the dead and also have the powerful spoken word which exerts its power to create something material out of nothing (Heb 11:3). In other words, God remains as God Almighty because He could create anything out of nothing.

Here below we see from the Scriptures how God claims that His spoken Word is the most powerful creative force to bring a Universe in to existence. God speaks and things come in to existence. God is a eternal force who is able to use all other forces of Himself in to the universe to make it fall in place to create something out of nothing and create further more unique and creative everything with what is already present to infuse his very own life to make living and human beings through the agency of His Spirit in all the earth, and place His creative power within in it to self-multiply and fill the earth with its own kind
(Gen 1:26-31).

"So shall my word be that goes out from my mouth; it shall not return to me empty, but it shall accomplish that which I purpose, and shall succeed in the thing for which I sent it." (Isaiah 55:11)

"Truly, I say to you, whoever says to this mountain, ‘Be taken up and thrown into the sea,’ and does not doubt in his heart, but believes that what he says will come to pass, it will be done for him." (Mark 11:23)

"But he answered, “It is written, “‘Man shall not live by bread alone, but by every word that comes from the mouth of God.’”" (Matt 4:4)

How About The Intangible In the Tangible? 

If physical is more powerful than the immaterial things, then how about emotions, love, hatred, envy within the human brain that always rules over the tangible material earth and its surroundings?

This does give us a clear idea that the spiritual power is always more powerful than the physical one even though we are not able to see it all with our physical eyes, but with the spiritual eyes we will be able to see it through our heart when we are constantly in touch with the Creator of the Universe who become our
"Father in Heaven" through believing Jesus Christ (Matt 6:9; 13:16; John 16:23, 26-27).

The tangible on earth exists to teach us more about the intangible of heaven and its spiritual force
(John 3:1-11, 12, 13-15).

Our brain is not just a random collection of chemicals that are not formed by chance over billions of years, but rather have been created by God with limitation in our capacity to understand so that we might seek Him to know more and have more understanding and wisdom through fear of the Lord and knowledge of the Holy One
(Prov 8; 9:10; Jam 1:5-8; 1 Kings 3:9-15). If the make up of our brain are just a random chance of collection of chemicals that came together by chance as some atheist and agnostic sometimes think, how on earth can we trust our own reasoning processes and thoughts that we think? So we cannot assume a tangible limited God at the size of our brain, and expect to understand the eternal infinite size of information from the intangible God to make us understand it to appease our own whims and fancies? We are subject to God's jurisdiction as the Creator of the Universe, He is not subjected to ours in order to expect Him to make us understand the intangible without seeking God who opens our eternal heart's eyes and ears within us to make us understand what it is through our heart, which can only give us the true understanding regarding eternity and the Creator God who lives in it (Eccl 3:11; Luke 10:23).

So the question where did God come from is assuming a limited God that has become a problem to understand the unlimited Creator God Almighty. The God I worship is infinitely bigger than my three pound brain and therefore is worthy of my worship and adoration.

The Bigger Force Of Intangible Is Greater Than The Tangible Around? 

As we have already discussed, the tangible and physical material universe is ruled by the intangible spiritual force of angels, and over the angels the sovereign God rules over all of the heavens and the earth
(Heb 2:5; Job 1:6-7; Isa 57:15). There are great spiritual forces in rulership over the material world and Satan has been the pseudo ruler and captain to remain as the god of this world through his deceit and lies (Eph 6:11-12; 2 Cor 4:4; Eph 2:12; Luke 4:5-6; John 8:44).

To your question, 'If angels are made of "spiritual matter" and a pen is made of material matter, and spiritual matter displaces no space, how many angels can dance on the tip of a pen?'

First of all as I have told you, the spiritual world is more powerful than the physical world we humans live in
(Mark 5:2-13). You cannot make an angel dance by your will, because God is the one who instructs all the angels of heaven (Psa 103:20-21). But we also have fallen angels who deceive people and promise them supernatural powers so that they could control the physical world (Rev 12:4), but sadly as the devil tempted Jesus to disobey the Creator God, it is a temptation for all humans to illegally use the agency of the fallen angels who are in rebellion with God the Creator and have them running around to fulfill their own will apart from Him. To take part in such occult activities like witch craft, speaking with the dead, seeing omens, consulting spiritists, hearing medium and soothsayers etc... are a abomination to the Lord God who has created us all humans especially His children whom He expects to obey Him willingly (Deut 18:9-14).

Therefore if ever a person makes angels to dance on a pen, any number of them can join in to not just stand on the pen tip but can choose to physically posses the one who will see the evil angels dance on the pen tip. Once the angels posses the person who has obeyed to its own whims and fancies of appeasement, lies and deceit, that person will slowly lose his own will to become the slaves of the evil spirit that will take control of his to make him become miserable enough to kill them physically. Should any human suffer like this just in order to satisfy the curiosity of the unknown to lose his life miserably unless and until he chooses to get saved by Jesus by asking Him genuinely and humbly accepting his mistake of indulging in the occult
["hidden, secret that are difficult to see"] medium in curiosity? No one should ever suffer evil curses that come through the occult medium, as Jesus Christ has died for them to save them from all deceit and lies of the evil angels and the curses that come when in contact with them (Gal 3:10, 13-14).

So I would rephrase the question in this way, should we want to know how many angels can dance on the tip of a pen and in fact receive curses for disobedience from God because of our curiosity to satisfy the mystery of the unknown? May it never be, we already have the curse of sin to fight against, why should we ever get caught unnecessarily in the trap of the curses for our disobedience against God's command which commands us not to be in touch with the evil angelic realm of the occult supernatural? Why to get caught in curses that we do not have power to get out of. Ignorance cannot be a bliss, because once the lies and deceit of bliss that evil angels promote is over, he or she has to pay for their own disobedience against God which will follow them in the form of curses in all realms of their life. Lord help us to do what pleases you and stay away from all that displeases you! Amen.

Hope you got the point and were prevented from losing your blessings that comes freely from God through His favor towards us and the lives of our family members.

Much Blessings...


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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

God Is One And So Trinity Is False, Is This Right Or Wrong?

Three God Or One God, Which Is Right?

Question: According to me there is no Trinity because it makes God to become three. Then you are also making the God Almighty who commanded the nation of Israel to say and believe, "Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one" become a lie. Further if Jesus is not the Father, then Jesus is not God at all. By believing the Trinity, Jesus becomes a creation instead of the Creator who made us all. Does not Isaiah himself say Jesus as the "Eternal Father" (Isa 9:6)? How dare you make three God out of the One God that the Bible speaks about? Therefore my conclusion is, The TRINITY is False--God is not three Persons -- God is One. What do you think?

Answer: Greetings in Jesus wonderful name!

First of all you should basically understand what Trinity is, and what it is not. The very word 'Trinity' is not found in the Bible because it is a concept framed to become a word that could keep the sanctity of the understanding about God of the Bible to be exactly in the same way the Bible explains it to be.

The English word "Trinity" comes from Latin "Trinitas", meaning "the number three". ... Tertullian, a Latin theologian who wrote in the early third century, was the first to use "Trinity" "person" and "substance" to explain that the Father, Son and Holy Spirit are "one in essence – not one in Person." So the word 'Trinity' in itself does not mean anything in English, until we refer it to the doctrine or teaching of the Trinity, which means 'God is one in essence, but three in person.'

About a century later, in 325, the First Council of Nicaea established the doctrine of the Trinity as orthodoxy and adopted the Nicene Creed that described Christ as "God of God, Light of Light, very God of very God, begotten, not made, being of one substance (homoousios) with the Father."

It is illogical to say that the word Trinity is not found in the Bible and therefore we should not try to use it, why? because even the word Bible is not used within the Bible, but we use it to describe the Word of God, even the word Rapture is not in the Bible but the concept of it is found and therefore we use the word rapture to describe it in English
(1 Thess 4:16-18), in the same way, words like omniscience, omnipresence, omnipotence are not used in the Bible, yet we see the concept of all knowing, all present and all powerful God present in the Bible of which we describe through these above words, in the same way we do not find words like atheism (Psa 14:1), divinity (Psa 139), incarnation (John 1:1, 14), monotheism (Isa 43:10; 44:8), but we still use it all to describe what we or some person believe through these words described above accurately, and many more words like baptism etc... is not a English word but were imported in to the Bible by the translators to make the readers understand better.

What am I trying to say, when a concept is written in one core language like the Old Testament in Hebrew language and the New Testament in Greek and Aramaic language...we cannot avoid transliteration and use of certain phonetic sound in pronouncing in the same way to describe the same concept in another language to retain the same meaning of its entire concept intact to keep it from being diluted by many people who would try to mean it to become something else in the way they want, when it means something else. So the word Trinity was used by the council as we have seen above to preserve the purity of what the Bible reveals from being diluted to mean something else. So there is no point in arguing about it, whether it is in the Bible or not in the Bible, as the concept of what it means is strongly in the Bible.

In fact there are a lot of false teachers and agnostics in the centuries after all the first century apostles died, they tried to belittle Christ as a created being who was created by the Father and thus deny the deity of Jesus, which made the godly council to get together and produce the word 'Trinity' to keep its sanctity and the concept from being misused to mislead people in to deception.

Trinity Does Not Make God Three, But Rather Make The Three To Become One

Trinity as I have already said, the concept says,
"the Father, the Son (Jesus Christ), and the Holy Spirit"—as one God in three Divine Persons (Matt 28:19; 2 Cor 13:14; Eph 4:4-7; Jude 20-21), they are three unique persons but with the same substance, essence or nature (John 14:9, 26; 15:26)." In other words, when God created humans he created them within the limitation of time, space and matter (Gen 1:1), yet when you see him from the limited understanding, He remains in eternity which is beyond our limited understanding to comprehend completely or perfectly (Isa 43:13; 57:15; Psa 90:2), which means 1+1+1=3 and 1*1*1=1 both can be correct at the same time because God is beyond our time calculation (Isa 48:14).

When we try to limit this great God by saying is He 1+1+1=3 or 1*1*1=1, my answer to it is He is 1+1+1=3 and 1*1*1=1 at the same time. When we count a person, we count him as one, two and three...when we count a genre of the same type we count as one to stop there to define a genre. When God in person is three and genre of the essence of the substance of the Character within Him is one, the out come of it is the incomprehensible Trinity which can be three and one which at least can be apprehended in part with our limited understanding. That is, one and only Genre of God within the essence of His character, but three in count within the personality of the Godhead. Then is He one God or three God, He is one God in the character of His essence and at the same time threefold person in their personhood remaining within the identical yet staying as individual.

Thus this God is a one triune God who stays in unity of three. For example, any object when seen from one direction stays as one dimensional object to our eyes, but when it is seen from three different direction of front, side and top to be projected out on a sheet of paper with a three dimensional engineering drawing, a engineer can see the full scope of the object in different dimensions. Thus God remains as one and the full scope of it can only be seen in three dimension to get a better understanding only when we know eternal engineering of seeing Him from different direction of time, space and matter all at the same time which is impossible except when we enter in to the eternal heaven to find God and have the understanding He has to reveal it to us to a certain extent.

It is like a dog trying to understand what the owner thinks, to a certain level it can but not to the full extent of its scope or else the dog will not have to remain as a dog to be fed by the owner. Even if we ask God to make us understand fully the mystery of Trinity, it is like a dog asking its owner to teach all the alphabets and make it a scholar like as a human, is that possible, it is impossible until the owner himself chooses to become one among the dog to make it understand that it cannot fully understand until it becomes in the likeness of the human race to at least understand to a certain level and become one among the owner community. Jesus did the same by becoming a human he left the divine glory of God and have told us to believe Him in faith to become a son of God so that one day in heaven in the likeness of God being glorified by Him with His own perfect knowledge we can fully and completely understand how God can be three in person and still be one
(Php 2:6-8; Rom 8:14, 19, 29-30; 1 Cor 13:10, 11, 12).

With a limited capacity to process we can only explain the 'Trinity' in terms of physical attribute of three in one like how water can become vapor and liquid and solid, and at the same time yet remain as water in different state of its essence, or how the sun can be one and yet can express itself through as heat, light and radiation. But the fact of the Trinity will remain a mystery until we become recreated within as a new creation when we get born again and become a new creature in the likeness of God to receive the mind of Christ and enter in to heaven to find eternity hidden in God, until then we can only search the eternity which has been hidden in our hearts and apprehend a part of what the Trinity is according to the Bible
(Deut 29:29; 1 Tim 3:16; 2 Cor 5:17; John 3:3; 1 Cor 2:16; Col 1:26; Eph 3:9; Eccl 3:11).

Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is one

Do you know that Jesus himself with His very mouth uttered this commandment as the most important one, "
29.. ‘Hear O Israel, the Lord our God is One Lord. 30 Love the Lord your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your mind and with all your strength.'" (Mark 12:29-30). This does mean that we can only love God the who is resided in heaven with all our heart only as we are present physically on earth and He is physically resided in heaven according to the revelation of the Scripture (Matt 6:9), we can now only speak with Jesus Christ who is physically resided in heaven at the right hand of the Father through hearing and speaking to Him from our soul filled with full of love for him as we are physically on earth (Heb 8:1; Rom 8:34; John 16:14), but only the Holy Spirit we can love him with all our strength physically by praying with him to tell to God our needs, wants and desires and thus speaking through Him to both Jesus and the Father in heaven, reading the Word of God with Him and let him illuminate the treasures hidden within it to hear what God wants to speak back to us (John 16:7; John 20:22; Acts 2:4). Thus this holistic knowledge of the operation of the Trinity can only be understood by the born again children of God only (John 3:8). To the one who is not born again, teaching this basics of Trinity is like trying to teach the 6 blind men the shape of the elephant, and each one of the five who tried to touch it with their hands described different shapes of the elephant as the real form it looks like until the sixth honest blind man touched a couple of different areas of the elephant and said I cannot see therefore I cannot comprehend its real shape.

Shall we as born again children of God rejoice in the understanding about Trinity that God has given already to us through salvation, and those who are unsaved let them agree about their limitation to understand this great and formidable concept that is as big, high and wide as eternity itself and move toward believing in Christ Jesus to have the revelation of it within their heart and soul and body too.

Yes the Lord is one in essence but three in the unity of their personhood. In other words, when you come to know God you cannot know him with out knowing the other persons of the Trinity. If you know one person in their essence and character, it is equal to knowing the two other person who are working in unison to reveal Himself to you (John 14:8-9). The highest heaven in which God resides in His Throne that is connected to the lowest foot stool of the earth on which he has kept his feet comfortably through the Spirit of God who resides in the heart of believers to connect it and to reveal God to them physically in Christ Jesus (Isa 66:1; Acts 7:49). No human can build as big a temple of the size of the highest heaven to the earth to make God reside in it. Impossible, how much more to understand the size of the Trinity in operation fully in our finite puny sized 3 pound 15 centimeters long brain. Hallelujah!

This truth of the One God from the Old Testament has not been changed in the New Testament, but agreed upon and built further by the revelation of the mystery of Trinity. The Structure is always standing on the one foundation of One God in essence, but the superstructure upon it has got widened enough to accommodate three person or three wide and large building standing on the same essence of one foundation.

Jesus Is Not The Father, And You Are Right!

The Father is not Jesus who is His only begotten Son (John 3:16), Jesus is not the Father, The Holy Spirit is not Jesus, Jesus is not The Holy Spirit, neither the Father is the Holy Spirit and nor the Holy Spirit is the Father. They are all unique person, with the same essence of divinity within them. One will not act without the others consent, all know each others will, mind and emotion, and each of them know everything around them, and nothing is hidden from all of them because they are all Divine person of God who has been working in unison from eternity past and will work in unison for eternity in the future. The will of each one is aligned inline with the will of the other and none will act separately without the other in operation.

Whether you understand the Father or Jesus who is the Son or the Holy Spirit, they are one God working in unity from the beginning to end. In creation they worked unitedly (Gen 1:1-3). In redemption, they worked unitedly (John 3:16; 17:4; Heb 9:14). In sanctification, they work unitedly (1 Cor 1:30; 2 Thess 2:13; 1 Pet 1:2; 1 Cor 6:11; Luke 22:31-32; Rom 8:34). And in glorification of all believers, they will work unitedly (Rom 8:11; John 6:40; Gal. 1:1; Eph. 1:17, 20). God cannot work outside of his will and he cannot lie (Tit 1:2; Heb 6:18; 1 Cor 8:6; Rev 4:11)

Jesus has never been created and it has been said by apostle Paul that He is the firstborn which means that He is the first existent one over all creation (Col 1:15-17). He was the uncreated being who existed in eternity past as one with the Father (John 1:18; 17:5), and through incarnation he was not created to be born as like other human beings but has been given by God from heaven as a baby gift to all human beings to become one among humans for their redemption and glorification (Isa 9:6-7). So when the Prophet Isaiah revealed Jesus Christ as eternal father, he did not mean the 'Father in heaven' (Matt 6:6:9), but rather He was one with God and was God Himself like as the Father was in heaven which does indicate both his humanity as a child and divinity as the Son. But no way does it indicate the Father in heaven as a person, because the Father did not become a child but the Son became a child among humanity to grow up and became mature to be one day baptized by John the Baptist in order to fulfill the righteousness of all humanity which was testified by the voice which came from the Father in heaven (Matt 3:15-17; Luke 2:52). In other words, Jesus being called the 'Eternal Father' does not mean that he is the same person of the 'Father in Heaven', why?, because Jesus was on earth at the time of baptism and Father God from the throne of heaven called Jesus as his beloved Son in whom He is well pleased. Father was present in the highest heaven and Jesus was present on the earth at the time of His baptism. We see two distinct and unique person and also we see the third unique person of the Trinity the Holy Spirit of God descending like a dove from a opened heaven and alighting upon Jesus. So this removes all doubt that Jesus and the Father are the same person. And it shows that the the Father, the Son [Jesus Christ] and the Holy Spirit are three unique person with the same essence of God within them and work coherently all the time. And what you done is misinterpreted the Scripture by taking it away from the context of the entirety of the Scripture.

Therefore, I did not dare to make three God out of the One God, but all I did is that I have just revealed from the Canon of the Scripture in the Bible that already speaks about the concept of Trinity with in it to us all. So my conclusion is, The TRINITY is True--God is three in Person -- but at the same time God is One in essence of His character. GOD IS ONE in Essence! This is the foundation of the OLD TESTAMENT. GOD IS THREE in Person! This is the explanation about the one God of the Old Testament in the NEW TESTAMENT! I hope that whatever tower or the tallest building that are planned ever gets stopped with the foundation, but it becomes perfect only when the superstructure is built continually, for it all to be completed perfectly on a particular day and inaugurated for all to see the glory. The same is with all of us humans, we need the Old Testament foundation to be put, then the New Testament superstructure need to be built by us in Christ Jesus now while we are on earth through fellowship with the Trinity which one day will get inaugurated for eternal display of glory on the day of rapture for the Glory of God (1 John 1:3; 3:2-3, 24). We shall know God as He is on that day and we shall know heaven in details as we are know from heaven in perfection. We shall be just like Jesus is now in his glorious body in heaven through which He has a perfect fellowship with the Father and the Spirit now, that is also when we will fully understand how God can be one in essence and yet three in person for the Glory of God. Until then keep fellowshiping with the Father and Son who is our Lord Jesus Christ through the Spirit and have a joyous party with the Trinity daily without fail. Amen!

Much Blessings....


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Monday, July 22, 2019

Did Jesus Die For Us So That We Can Stop Sinning?

Can Following Ten Commandments Keep Our Lives Successful?

Question: If you follow the 10 commandments, you are on your way to success. If you have no law, how can you know what is sin. Jesus died so that you can stop sinning too. Your sins are forgiven, so stop it when you are saved. If you continue to sin, you go to hell. That is what God expects I believe, when you are forgiven, do not do the sin that has been forgiven, or else He will burn them in hell. If a believer is sleeping with somebody or if they are a lesbian, they are going to hell. I believe God says, 'It is my heaven, I know who to let in. If you continue to sin I will burn you in hell fire.' Do you agree with what I have told just now?

Answer: Greetings in Jesus wonderful name!

Yes right....10 Commandment are the basic law...but the superstructure is the law of the Spirit...We have to achieve hundred percentage righteousness to enter heaven and none of us in our own selves have the ability to keep all the law without even doing one sin
(James 2:10), thus we have only one way to receive such a righteousness and the only way is through having faith in Christ Jesus which makes us 100 percentage righteousness just like God himself and not a Pharisaical level of self-deceived righteousness which has always fallen short of the Glory of God (Matt 5:20).

When God forgives He helps us overcome sin by making us become condemnation-free in our mind, which further helps us live in liberty
(John 8:11; Rom 8:1), but He never promises a sin free life, instead a sin overcoming life of faith which pleases God (1 John 1:9-10; Heb 10:38-39). Thus the main purpose for living a Christian life is not to make ourselves sin free but to live in faith that pleases God as He accounts it as righteousness before Him (Rom 4:5-6). This righteousness of God gets imputed in to our heavenly spiritual account when we become saved, but as we grow from one level of faith to another level of faith (Rom 1:16-17), God will get more and more pleased with us apart from the works of ours which is pure blessedness of God's favor to live and speak in liberty and to be judged by His mercy (Jam 2:12-13).

We need to understand that by keeping the written law by works no man can be justified forever before God, but only through believing God's promises He can inherit eternal life as a gift from God
(Gal 3:11). God leaves us in to heaven not because we are good, but because He is good all the time (John 3:16).

Because we are saved, we cannot become sin free but can become a overcomer over sin which means no matter how much we struggle with sin, it will not have dominion over us because we are saved from its dominion and power by the blood of Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior
(1 John 5:4-5; Rom 6:14; 1 John 1:7, 9).

God never told us to become sinless because no human can except Jesus Christ
(John 1:36; 1 Pet 2:21-22; 2 Cor 5:21), but rather He has told us to maintain good works by faith after we are saved (Jam 2:24; Titus 3:8).

What does it mean to maintain good works through faith?

It means when we die to ourselves and allow God to work out His good will and purpose through our lives by carrying the God given personal cross of voluntarily giving up our will to react to circumstances working against us by praising and thanking God within us for it rather than reject it by reacting to it, then this will prove our faith that we trust in God's word rather than our feelings and egos which we have starved again and again to die a thousand death
(Php 2:12-13; Matt 11:28-30; Luke 9:23-26). So that we can offer ourselves as a living and a holy sacrifice to the Lord and live for His Glory, in doing it day after day we are doing good works for eternal life (Rom 12:1-2). Faith will be seen through our works but works by itself apart from faith is of no value as it will become a dead work (Jam 2:21-22, 26).

If we follow ten commandments, we are doing our spiritual kindergarten rightly, but then the very purpose of the kindergarten school learning is to one day make us in the future a scholarly good citizen of blessing to many
(Matt 5:18-19). In other words, law is our kindergarten school teacher, until we start to walk by faith in Christ Jesus after which Holy Spirit Himself becomes our tutor to walk further from faith to faith until we become a good scholarly citizen of the Kingdom of God to be blessing to many now and forevermore (Gal 3:24-25; John 14:26; Heb 10:15-18). Once we grow from one level of faith to another level of faith (Rom 1:16-17), we become God's son who will be led by the Holy Spirit who helps us live a glorifying life of truth and grace in Christ Jesus now and forever (Rom 8:14; John 16:13-15; 1:17).

I agree that if we have no law, we can have no consciousness or awareness of sin
(Rom 7:9; 3:20), and this law for the Jews has been given as the 10 commandments, but for the Gentiles it has been written in their heart and conscience (Rom 2:11-13, 14-15). If we try to do the law we can either become a hypocritically legalistic to justify ourselves before God to remain in the unsaved prideful condition, or fall at the feet of God in humility knowing that we cannot do the law and ever get justified, so that we really become justified by the righteousness of faith in the sight of God (Luke 18:9-14).

Jesus did not come to save our flesh from sin or else we do not have to die but will live now and forever after we become saved in this flesh body itself
(1 Cor 15:55-57), but He came so that we might receive a new life of God through the forgiveness of sin and in turn we might be saved from the penalty of sin (Rom 6:23), power of sin (Rom 6:14) and from the presence of sin in our mind now and from its presence in our body after we die and go on to be with the Lord (Rom 6:6, 9-11, 12; 8:10; 2 Cor 4:16; 5:8; Php 1:21). Jesus died to sin but He lives to God, therefore we follow Him now just like him (Rom 6:10). So we cannot stop sinning completely from every sins of thoughts and actions to become sinless, but we can become overcomers over sin now, and can day by day by the grace of God break free through faith which lead us to overcome and avoid the habitual slavery of sin which separates us from fellowshipping with God through His Presence (1 John 2:1-2; 1:3, 9, 7; 5:4, 5). In short, we cannot stop sinning completely in our thoughts and actions hundred percentage of time, but if we do take our thoughts captive always to the obedience of Christ we will live a overcoming life over sin and it will not have dominion over us (2 Cor 10:4-5), and therefore we can live a victorious Christian overcoming life over sin which pleases God more and more as we grow from faith to faith to live a better and better God Glorifying life than before. Jesus did not die for us so that we can stop sinning, but He died so that we might be free from sin to live in friendship with God and be in fellowship with Him and share our life of intimacy which we all lost due to being born in sin from our mothers womb to continue in it till the grave if not for the grace of God (Psa 51:5; Rom 5:21; John 17:3).  Sin is a byproduct of the fall of man in to disobedience, the restoration of the fall of all humans again is through righteousness of obedience in Christ Jesus which comes by faith to make us experience the life of God again. Hallelujah!

If we do not stop any habitual pet sin or besetting sins by loving it, we are coming in to a danger zone where we will be chastised by God who as our loving Father will not throw us in to hell but deals with us compassionately as with a son
(1 Cor 3:15; Psa 103:12, 13-14; Heb 12:6). If we endure chastening, then God deals with us as with sons, or He ends up dealing with us as immature children which will not benefit us eternally and neither will it glorify God temporally when we are present in the earth (Heb 12:7; 1 Cor 10:5, 6; John 10:10; Isa 65:1, NLT). Definitely how maturely a believer is able to understand and discern both good and evil through the Word of God, is a indication of how much life of God He is able to enjoy now on earth for the Glory of God (Heb 5:12-14).

A person who has no regrets for sins or any godly sorrow which leads to life must look to scan himself to see whether he is saved or not saved at all
(2 Cor 7:10; 13:5-6). Therefore those who cannot see any kind of repentance in their life should look to the Lord to first get saved and then live a godly life to maintain their good works. First get saved with the assurance of salvation, then do the good works of the salvation to live a overcoming life over sin, sickness and death for the Glory of God.

When you get saved, even the lies you have said before salvation gets forgiven by God. Just because you got saved, have you never lied after you were saved, not even once? This shows that people who believe that during salvation only the sins up to the time we repented to God as a sinner for the first time, will get forgiven of the sins of the past, and now that they are forgiven by God for the past they have a obligation to live a sinless life before God as God will only judge the present and future sins someday only after we die. This is a false belief that has come due the false doctrine of partial salvation which takes away the honor of Christ death and gives the law keepers the credit after their salvation.

What we do see in the Bible is, we are chosen by God and when we come to accept Christ as our Lord and Savior, our past, present and future sins have all been forgiven by Him through his death, and in His burial our sins were buried and in His resurrection a new life of God has been given in to us to live a overcoming life over sin by our faith
(Eph 4:32). Can our faith become works after our salvation? No, no, works follows the true faith and it will still be considered as faith and not works until we die and go on to be with the Lord (Eph 2:8-9; Rom 4:4; Jam 2:22). A changed life can be the evidence of salvation but not the reason for it. A transformed life can be the byproduct of salvation, but only receiving the life of God from Him becomes the very gifted product of salvation to us.

When you are saying, 'If a believer is sleeping with somebody or if they are a lesbian, they are going to hell.' First of all a true believer cannot practice sin as he will hate it because it destroys his fellowship with God. Even when such a believer has been weakened by the flesh desire, he will not plan to sin. Some believers get relieved of most of all their evil habits during salvation, still others God allows them to struggle through to find victory after many years, by saying such thing you are affirming that there is no excuse and forgiveness for sin from God if someone is already saved but has been still bound by a habitual and besetting sins. But you are wrong in saying such a thing as for those who are saved they are justified by God, remember apostle Paul is asking you,
"1 You may think you can condemn such people, but you are just as bad, and you have no excuse! When you say they are wicked and should be punished, you are condemning yourself, for you who judge others do these very same things. 2 And we know that God, in His justice, will punish anyone who does such things. 3 Since you judge others for doing these things, why do you think you can avoid God's judgment when you do the same things? 4 Don't you see how wonderfully kind, tolerant, and patient God is with you? Does this mean nothing to you? Can't you see that His kindness is intended to turn you from your sin? 5 But because you are stubborn and refuse to turn from your sin, you are storing up terrible punishment for yourself. For a day of anger is coming, when God's righteous judgment will be revealed. 6 He will judge everyone according to what they have done. 7 He will give eternal life to those who keep on doing good, seeking after the glory and honor and immortality that God offers. 8 But He will pour out His anger and wrath on those who live for themselves, who refuse to obey the truth and instead live lives of wickedness." (Rom 2:1-5, 6-8). In other words, apostle Paul is saying, we cannot look to someone else as a sinner going to hell when we ourselves are struggling through many sins being forgiven by God daily, so that as God intended in His kindness we could be able to turn away from sins of both commission and omission, and also remain humble not to judge others to condemn them but instead show mercy to turn them towards Christ compassionately bearing with them as God bears us. Eternal life is given to the overcomers who fight against sin until the end as a child of God. Those who live for themselves in sin and refuse to obey the truth but instead habitually live lives of wickedness He will pour out His anger and wrath to send them to hell fire. In short a believer may struggle with habitual sins, but not forever if he sincerely looks to the Lord to find a way out of it through the grace of God (1 Cor 10:13).

If a believer continues to sin habitually, even after continually resisting God's chastisement to turn him from it, he may end up without repentance to lose eternal reward that God has for him in the future like Esau who sold his birthright and lost his great spiritual blessing of the first born which he had been entitled to
(Heb 6:4-8; 12:17). Such believers might get judged by God severely now further even to death physically and waste their God given life on earth and the blessing of reward in heaven to be squandered for shame at His coming on the day of rapture (Heb 10:26-30, 39; 1 Cor 11:30-31; 1 John 2:28).   

In other words, the way you show mercy to others who are suffering from sin's clutches will show whether you are saved or not
(Matt 5:7). To those who have received the abundant mercy of God as a sinner can only show mercy to the sinners around them. The unsaved usually have a very judgmental attitude towards others to see all the sins of all others around them except themselves which is very dangerous before God to bring his rebuke and wrath on such attitudes which are like a stench in God's nostrils (Jam 2:13). These unsaved people will always be ready to project God as the hard task master who never sows but expects great harvest from them (Matt 25:24-27). I do not condone sin by advocating to show mercy to other sinners around us, but God always measures and gives back to each of us according to the measure we use for others to point out their mistakes without mercy and forgiveness (Matt 7:1-5; Luke 6:37-38; Gal 6:7-10).

When you say, "I believe God says, 'It is my heaven, I know who to let in. If you continue to sin I will burn you in hell fire.'", you are misrepresenting God by giving out such statement on assumption. In fact, God sent Jesus to die for the sinners, because all sinners were not able to live without sin and were bound towards hell fire. Jesus Christ who had no sin nature and did no sin became the embodiment of sin before God on behalf of us humans to sacrifice Himself for our justification, so that we could become embodiment of the righteousness of God through believing in Him
(2 Cor 5:21; Rom 5:8-9). God saved us because of His love, if love creates fear after salvation then it must be the spirit of fear and not love which drives away fear of judgment but at the same time makes us revere God for His awesome salvation to us (2 Tim 1:7; 1 John 4:18). Man made fear in us brings us in to the snare of religiosity and not allow us to spread our wings to fly to greater heights in God spiritually (Isa 29:13; Prov 29:25). So your perception of God as a hard task master is based on the teachings of men and not based on the Word of God, I believe you need to experience the grace and mercies of God in a new way according to the His eternal unending mercies that never ceases to renew us and fill us with His life. It is the goodness of God that leads us to repentance (Rom 2:4), the long suffering of the Lord towards his erring sinful child who have become His is salvation (2 Pet 3:15). Legalism kills, but love edifies us completely by filling us with God's very heavenly eternal life (2 Cor 3:6; 1 Cor 8:1).

I would like to end this by saying, if we are saved it is the grace of God, if we are alive it is the mercy of God and if we can be joyful it is because of the one and only reason of the unconditional love of God towards us. So we who are saved, let us live to love people, forgive them and show mercy to them when they are unrepentant and are forceful in their evil way to fulfill their sin. Let us learn to judge our sin first because we have a sin nature that feeds us with lustful thoughts all the time, if we let it get conceived in our mind it becomes sinful thoughts and then if we allow it continue and linger within then soon it becomes an evil action
(Gen 4:7). Once we have learned to judge rightfully our own sin, then let us learn to show the same forgiveness and mercy that God has shown for us in spite to others around us who sin in one way or the others differently than us. If not for the grace of God, there you go in the boots of the sinners. Praise God for His mercies! In other words, if we can understand God's love, mercy and forgiveness towards us, it will be easy for us to disperse the same towards others who are sinful like us, some saved and others unsaved. If we can show love, grace and mercy to others without expecting anything in return, then we can better represent the true God of the Bible whom we Christians believe better than anyone else around us in the world because He is our loving Father. Hallelujah!

If it is only for our earthly life, keeping the Law of Moses might give us success and great success
(1 Cor 4:8; 2 Cor 6:10), but if we are speaking about eternal heavenly success, it cannot be of any use except lead us towards Christ, to take hold of His grace and truth to lean on Him to get saved (Gal 3:19, 21, 24-25). Keeping Ten Commandments is just a foundation kindergarten class in our spirituality, but the more important things of faith, love and mercy are the superstructure that are to be kept mandatory along with the basics to build ourselves to greater and greater heights for the Glory of God in our spiritual lives, without which law keeping is just a formality as it never pleases God to pour out His favor eternally upon our lives (Matt 23:23).

Much Blessings...


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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Is There Any Evidence That A Hard Copy Of The Bible Will Be Present In Heaven?

Will We Be Able To Find A Hard Copy Of The Bible In Heaven Or Even For That Matter A Soft Copy?

Question: Is there any evidence that a hard copy of the Bible will be present in heaven? Is not the Word of God honored more than God's name by Him, then there must be a hard Copy of the Bible present in heaven? In short, will we be able to find a hard copy of the Bible in Heaven or even a soft copy of it? Does the Bible state that heaven contains a copy or version of the Bible? What do you think about this issue. Please explain with Scriptures.

Answer: Greetings in Jesus wonderful name!

What is the Bible?

It is the Christian and Jewish Scriptures, Christian Books written by apostles of Jesus Christ, Jewish Books written by Moses and prophets. The Jewish scriptures, consisting of the Torah or Law, the Prophets, and the Hagiographa or Writings which includes history books, wisdom books and psalms. Christian Books consisting of the Gospels, Christian History Book of the Acts of the apostles and both public letter written to the Churches called epistles and the same written to individuals and leaders too on a few occasions.

What does the Bible specifically say about the Scriptures and the collection of all the Scriptures in a single Book called the Bible?

Paul the one of the other founding apostle wrote one third of the entire New Testament said that,
"16 All Scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, 17 that the man of God may be complete, thoroughly equipped for every good work." (2 Tim 3:16-17).

Peter who was one of the twelve apostles of the Lamb and whom God inspired to write about the Scripture as founding apostle says,
"19 And so we have the prophetic word confirmed, which you do well to heed as a light that shines in a dark place, until the day dawns and the morning star rises in your hearts; 20 knowing this first, that no prophecy of Scripture is of any private interpretation, 21 for prophecy never came by the will of man, but holy men of God spoke as they were moved by the Holy Spirit." (2 Peter 1:19-21).

From the apostles words we see that Scriptures itself is inspired or God breathed by Him, it is not of any private human interpretation but a whole message from heaven that has been transmitted by the Spirit through holy men of God on earth and thus made profitable for the spiritual growth through teaching, correction or rebuke, instruction for righteousness to enter heaven, that we may follow it all to become complete for a heavenly life and also thoroughly equipped for ever good work on earth which God prepared beforehand to be done for the Glory of God
(Eph 2:10; Titus 3:8).

Will we have a word for word copy of the Bible? Why not is my answer, as God has said in many areas of Scripture that word upon word, line upon line, here a little there a little
(Isa 28:9-10), every word sent from heaven from God's mouth to the earth will not return back void to Him without fulfilling His intended purpose for which it was sent (Isa 55:11). Coherence of all Scripture from the first to the last and the foretelling of the events to come and the fulfillment of it in its time exactly as foretold points to the foreknowledge of God's being fulfilled according to His purpose from the beginning to the end points to the written Scripture present in heaven from before the foundation of the world (Isa 46:9-10; 48:3, 5; Matt 5:17-20; Luke 24:25-27). Bible is actually the book of the Lord, which God spoke and His Spirit has gathered them from the beginning of time which had started even before anything was created and came in to existence (Isa 34:16). The spoken Word of God was Jesus in his perfection in the form of God before he ever became a human in the flesh to fulfill the written word of God on earth as it is in heaven (Col 1:17; John 1:1, 18; Prov 8:22; Php 2:6-7; Josh 21:45). Right from the time of creation of all angels and humans, Jesus began to relate with them all through his pre-incarnate form and appearance (John 17:5). By doing so Jesus limited himself again and again from his glory to reveal himself in various form of which the form as the commander of the army of the Lord and as the Angel of the Lord were the prominent ones to his people, as He was the God who was leading them day by day (Judg 2:4; Jos 5:13-15).

Once he fulfilled the Word of God for all humans to give aid to them through dying on the cross 
(Heb 2:16), Jesus settled himself in to the incarnate form of resurrected new creation human with a meta-physical body and at the same time regaining the glory which He had before the world was created through Him and for Him (Rev 1:17-18; Col 1:16), and thus Jesus became the embodiment of the Word of God in the flesh for ever and ever to lead all the humans to God and make Him dwell among them for His own glory (John 19:30; Matt 26:53-54, 56; 27:35; Rev 21:3). Forever the incarnation through virgin birth, life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ will forever be called as 'The Word of God' in fulfillment from the beginning to the end which He himself has dipped in his own blood and have clothed himself as a revelation of Himself to all humans (Rev 19:13).

In the Old Testament, a psalmist spoke about the Word of God written and set in heaven by saying,
"Forever, O Lord, Your word is settled in heaven." (Psa 119:89). This does mean that a written copy of the Word of God was already present in heaven as God's blueprint for his creation to make it continue to be fulfilled forever, until all things gets fulfilled because the Word of God does not change forever and will by no means pass away without getting fulfilled (Matt 24:35). God and His Word are one, that is why God has honored His Word even above His name (Psa 138:2). The entirety of His written Word is the incarnation of that Word in the form of flesh in Christ Jesus (Psa 119:160). The Word of God in heaven will be both a hard copy and a soft copy, hard copy because humans will have a metaphysical body to honor the Word of God literally and soft copy too as the same human will also have a logical mind directed by the spiritual mind in the Spirit to hear and recite the Word of God according to each one's capacity to understand it, which they have inherited from days of their earth in which they constantly heard and meditated upon the Scripture which was given to them to make their spirit man grow in wisdom and favor with God and men (Rom 8:6, 9, 14, 16, 19; Php 3:21; Luke 24:39-43; 1:80; 2:40, 46-47, 52).

God fulfills on earth whatever is already set as a law in heaven to fulfill it, and that is why nothing new under the sun happens except that which has already happened in the mind of God
(Job 38:33; Eccl 1:9). God is never surprised to see anything as new, because it is all in His plan that He has planned and have spoken about in the eternal Word of God in heaven already (Matt 18:18; 6:8).

Yes there is a book of life in which all the people who are saved is written in it
(Rev 20:15; Luke 10:20; Php 4:3; Heb 12:22-23; Dan 12:1), and their names will not be erased by Jesus because they are overcomers and are destined to be clothed in clean white garments of the righteousness of Jesus Christ through their faith and thus will enter heaven (Rev 3:5; 21:27; 1 John 5:4). Then there is a book of destiny from which God will remove a person's name when they are judged for their sins which will bring a end to their earthly physical life (Exo 32:31-33; Psa 69:27-28). A persons destiny is written in this book of destiny before all things happen (Psa 139:16). Then a book of remembrance in which the good works done in God will be written in it while they had lived on earth in the fear of God which gets eternally rewarded by God (Mal 3:16; Psa 56:8). All the unsaved will never be written in the Book of life (Rev 13:8; 17:8; Rev 20:12). Then there is the books of works which will have recorded all the good and the evil of every human born on this planet earth from the beginning to the end, which will reveal all the filthy rags of all the worthless work of all humans during the White Throne Judgment which will happen somewhere with in the old outer heaven where angels had themselves presented before the Lord in the heavenlies from the beginning of time (Job 1:6; 2:1; Luke 10:17-19; Matt 25:41), as this judgment is the one and only time the eternal judgment will happen for the unsaved and also exclusively for the unsaved to let them know that they deserve the just condemnation before they are forever discarded in to hell fire (Rev 20:12; Isa 64:6; Rev 20:14-15).

Having told all the books that are present in heaven that will be referred in their own time, the Book of all books which is the Word of God, will be in the midst of all other books because the whole blue print of entire universe runs on the basis of the Word of God
(Gen 1:1-3; Rev 5:5; 22:18-19). Therefore the Word of God which is the Scripture and the Bible will be honored the most, and will be present in the highest place of regard and honor in heaven forever. It is already secure in the heavens in its entirety which made Jesus boldly say that even if heaven and earth will pass away, His words that have been spoken by Him will never pass away forever and ever which we have already seen in details (Matt 24:35). If the copy of the words spoken as the Word of God on earth is not present in heaven, on what basis in the future can we really come to know in heaven that a particular promise of Jesus has been fulfilled or not?

Or in other words, how can we be sure that the word of God which is the Scripture will be in the midst of all the books of heaven?

Because Jesus Himself said to the unsaved religious Israelites, that the Moses
[i.e. the first five books of the Bible written by Moses] which you trust will accuse and condemn you of your sins, which shows the presence of the Word of God in the books of heaven (John 5:45). Then Jesus further said to the unsaved people who turned their ear off to his words, that his very words spoken to them will judge them in the last day which again shows the Presence of the Bible in heaven among the books both in soft and hard copy (John 12:48).

Most of the prophets ate the scrolls given to them from heaven where God lives, which again shows us that the prophets prophesied and breathed out of them only what was already written in the scrolls of heaven, as the Bible was already present in heaven with God before it was spoken and written by the prophets on earth
(Jer 15:16; 1:9; Ezek 3:2, 4).

In the Old Testament the very tangible Presence of the Glory of God resided over the Ark of the covenant which was kept in the most Holy place. Inside the Ark was kept the tablet of God's law, the miraculous manna and Aaron's rod which were present in it
(Heb 9:7, 4-5; 1 Ki 8:9; 2 Ch 5:10). Even when all other things were later not there, the law of God remained there which shows that God has enthroned himself above his written and spoken Word, indicating to us that there is nothing that God honors more than His Word. And also the earthly tabernacle was entirely based on the blueprint of the heavenly tabernacle that was already present in heaven (Heb 8:5), which again shows to us that the law of God in written form was already present in heaven of which the earthly tabernacle became a shadow, a replica and a copy of the original present in heaven.

Praise the Lord for the Word of God that in its entirety has been given to us in our hands as a Old Testament prophecy and fulfilled in Christ Jesus to be explained by the apostles as prophecy fulfilled in the New Testament for us to keep, and further prophesy has been added and revealed to us until the end of the world for further fulfillment of it all in the soon coming future for the Glory of God. Thus as we have with us the Word of God in our hands, God expects us to overcome Satan by the blood of Jesus and the word of our testimony which acts as the spoken Rhema word out of the written Logos Word, which the Spirit of God uses as the weapon of the sword to drive out the devil and defeat his lies on earth so that it can be revered in obedience like it is in heaven and bring Glory to God
(Rev 12:11; Matt 4:4, 7, 10; Eph 6:17; Matt 6:10; Neh 8:5; Acts 19:20). Hallelujah!

If we could simply record an incident on the camera or a speech in the recorder with our limited wisdom that we have been given by God and spread it so fast as possible on earth for all to hear and honor us for what we have spoken on earth or for our talents, how much more God can do it in a better way in heaven whether to have a hard copy of the Bible or the soft copy for His own glory and spread it in heaven and earth to be glorified forever and ever through his children, who in fear and reverence for God keep the Word in their lives to become a living epistle for Him through their obedience to it
(2 Cor 3:2-3).

Now we see dimly our future through the Word of God in faith, hope and love in our limited understanding of it
(Rom 8:25; Heb 11:1; 1 John 4:21), but when we enter in to heaven we will see the Word of God alive in Christ Jesus face to face, which means once we want to access anything from the Word of God, the next moment it will be in our mind having retrieved fully from the soft copy stored in the neural network cloud of heaven through the Spirit of God who holds the full mind of God to reveal to us his children (1 Cor 13:12-13; 1 Cor 2:11-12). We will come to know in perfect knowledge everything and everyone in heaven as we are know by them and God in heaven (1 Cor 13:8). And also the soft copy of the Word of God will be as easily accessible directly to our mind when ever we need it, and also the hard copy of it will be kept as scrolls under the throne of God on which God himself will be seated in honor to reveal how the whole Kingdom operation runs from His Throne in heaven through the Word of God which has the highest honor in His sight and only next comes the great name of God.           

Nothing is impossible with God!

Glory to God!

Much Blessings....


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