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God so hated the world full of evil, that he gave his one and only Son for judgement and plague for seekers and them that mourn that whoever believes in him should have still small voice and love and that his chosen people should judge and put to death this world and return him his Son by that.

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Lets stick with God's perspective .. 

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1 hour ago, Becky said:

Lets stick with God's perspective .. 

yes!  God so LOVED the world!

 

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Sorry guys....while I am open to those who truly are seeking......not so much to those who just want to mock.

2 Kings 2:23-24.  

2Ki 2:23  Later, Elisha left there to go up to Bethel, and as he was traveling along the road, some insignificant young men came from the city and started mocking him. They told him, "Get on up, baldy! Get on up, baldy!"
2Ki 2:24  He looked behind him, took note of the young men, and cursed them in the name of the LORD. Suddenly two female bears emerged from the woods and mauled 42 of the young men.   ESV

@Dmitrij Freydenfeld as He would do to defend the name of his prophet you should tremble what He will do to those who mock Him.

Rom 14:11  For it is written, "As certainly as I live, declares the Lord, every knee will bow to me, and every tongue will praise God."    ESV

And that includes yourself......

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