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Lou's reply to Dena-idlshart Dena

Posted by Lou Pilder on January 28, 2008, at 20:56:46

In reply to Re: Lou's reply to Dena-fondatn Lou Pilder, posted by Dena on January 28, 2008, at 16:34:41

> So, we rejoice when we fall, but it's bad for a house to fall, due to a bad foundation?
>
> Why do we see the beast when we fall (& this is good?), and what is the significance of the house?
>
> Shalom, Dena

Dena,
You wrote,[...So we rejoicw when we fall...foundation...Why do we see the beast when we fall? (& this is good?)...].
I have been writing about one falling and the falling has been revealed to me to be from one leaving their first love. This leaving their first love means that something has replaced what was first so that there is a separation between what was their first love and the new treasure in their heart which causes them to stumble. What has been revealed to me is that where your treasure is, there will your heart be also. If your first love is God, then God will be your heart, and not be behind anything else. And when those that have God as their first love leave their first love, then they set up an idol in their heart. I have not identified the beast yet, but will shortly. To a Jewish person versed in their scriptures, reading what John penned, they could understand the symbols of {leaving their first love} and the beast comming out of the sea. They could be directed after reading that passage to the book called Ezekiel in the 14th chapter, verses 7 on, as we read;
[...For anyone of the house of Israel who separates himself from me...and sets up his Idols in his Heart and puts before him what causes him to stumble into iniquity,... >I will set my face against that man<...].( I will write further about seeing the beast come out of the sea). And then the rejoicing news from the book called Isaiah, the first chapter, verses 18 on;
[...Come, let us reason together, says the Lord; though your sins be as scarlet, they shall be as white as snow; though they be red like crimson, they shall be as wool...].
Lou

 

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