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BILLY GRAHAM'S LAST MESSAGE TO AMERICA & THE WORLD...LISTEN CAREFULLY...

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Published on 24 Jan 2021 / In Bible / Sermons

Len Hummel
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b4TMuee7Ir8&t=29s

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Allophylian
Allophylian 1 month ago

Χριστός, οῦ, ὁ - transliteration - phonetic spelling: (khris-tos')
Definition: the Anointed One, Messiah

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Soldier1
Soldier1 1 month ago

I live close to Charlotte, NC where Billy Graham Pkwy can be found on I-77 at Exit 33. He was a big time freemason.

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tomtruther
tomtruther 1 month ago

He is a tricky son of a bitch. He gives such a close version of The Gospel that I'm sure many were deceived that I lived in Charlotte as well and I also live down the road in Greenville South Carolina near the infamous Bob Jones. Me and my friends ventured into their tunnels and I'm damn near convinced they are involved in child trafficking. As a Believer the only thing Billy Graham and Bob Jones make me want to do is run to the scriptures and I asked Jesus for help. They have a form of godliness but deny the power thereof.

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SaxonWarrior
SaxonWarrior 1 month ago

The disease is reading the bible and then saying it means something other than what it says!! There is no such thing as born again!!
BORN AGAIN?

On the Gospel of John, Part 8: Origin And Destiny
https://christogenea.org/podca....sts/gospel-john-part

John 3:3
Yahshua replied and said to him: “Truly, truly I say to you, unless a man should be born FROM ABOVE, he is not able to see the Kingdom of Yahweh.”

This phrase, “from above”, is from the Greek word ἄνωθεν and is more popularly translated as “again” in the King James and other Bible versions. But the word does not properly mean again, and I have found no place in Scripture or in other contemporary Greek writings where it must be interpreted to mean again. It is an adverb describing the direction from which something comes, or its source or origin. It is the opposite of another adverb, κάτωθεν, which means “from below”. The preposition ἀνά basically means up, and its opposite is κατά, basically means down.

Not everyone has descended from Adam, and even in Genesis it is evident that there were people who had different origins than Adam. For example, Cain was caused to wander the earth and departed, finding a wife and building a city in another place. Furthermore, many tribes appear in Scripture after the flood, such as the Kenites and Rephaim and others listed in Genesis chapter 15, who had no part in the genealogy of Noah’s sons which is described in Genesis chapter 10. Later on, Christ had told His adversaries, as it is recorded in John chapter 8, “Ye are from beneath; I am from above: ye are of this world; I am not of this world.” Not all people can claim to be the children of God. Again, it says in Malachi chapter 2 that “11 Judah hath dealt treacherously, and an abomination is committed in Israel and in Jerusalem; for Judah hath profaned the holiness of the LORD which he loved, and hath married the daughter of a strange god. 12 The LORD will cut off the man that doeth this, the master and the scholar, out of the tabernacles of Jacob, and him that offereth an offering unto the LORD of hosts.” Converting Judah’s Canaanite wife was not an option. Nor was it an option for Esau, whom Paul called a “fornicator, or profane person”, and for whom his mother Rebekah had said “I am weary of my life because of the daughters of Heth”, the women which Esau had married. Both Paul and Rebekah were referring to Esau’s Canaanite wives, and the Canaanites had mingled with those same Kenites and Rephaim, which is evident in Genesis chapter 15 and elsewhere. The adversaries of Christ were indeed descendants of Esau, as Christ Himself establishes in John chapter 8, and Paul in Romans chapter 9.

This is also what Christ was referring to here where He said “unless a man should be born from above, he is not able to see the Kingdom of Yahweh.” If one is not of the children of those who were created by God, one shall not see the Kingdom of Heaven. In the same discourse where Paul spoke of Esau, he instructed his readers that “if ye be without chastisement, whereof all are partakers, then are ye bastards, and not sons”, in Hebrews chapter 12. The promises and the covenants belong to the children of Israel, to those who are the literal seed of Abraham through Jacob which was destined to become many nations and to inherit the earth. It is these people who were described by Solomon as a new creation “from above”, the Septuagint using this same word ἄνωθεν, and therefore it must be this same people to whom Christ is referring to as those who are born “from above”, using this same word, ἄνωθεν. So if Israel is your origin, then the Kingdom of Heaven is your destiny, and no man can rob you of it, not even yourself, since no man can take you from the hand of the Father. But if Israel is not your origin, you cannot attain to the Kingdom of God on your own account.

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Soldier1
Soldier1 1 month ago

Exactly, and Graham's not preaching that message.

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tomtruther
tomtruther 1 month ago

Billy Graham is a creep. Has anyone ever looked into Bob Jones? They were contemporaries. I could be very very wrong but I think between Billy Graham and Bob Jones and the tunnels I discovered underneath the University they were involved in child trafficking

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tomtruther
tomtruther 1 month ago

And while I'm at it let's add Jerry Falwell to the list. He made his home in a very difficult to access town in the midst of the mountains of Virginia

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tomtruther
tomtruther 1 month ago

And one more thing that at the height of Bob Jones University in Greenville South Carolina they had the largest private collection of sacred art next to the Vatican. My friends and I got into the tunnels through a drain system and directly beneath the art museum we're steel doors with video cameras. The tunnel system was extensive it probably went to Billy Graham Jerry Falwell and who knows who else

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SaxonWarrior
SaxonWarrior 1 month ago

Matthew 15:24
“I am not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel.”
Nowhere in all of Scripture is this clear statement by Christ contradicted.

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SaxonWarrior
SaxonWarrior 1 month ago

God didn't guide you, satan(the jews collectively) guided you!!

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