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Lou's reply to Dena-mnyrcldfwchosn Dena

Posted by Lou Pilder on March 27, 2008, at 11:24:30

In reply to Re: Lou's reply to Dena-sgnvjnah Lou Pilder, posted by Dena on March 25, 2008, at 17:50:48

> Yes, I know how it feels to be in darkness, and to believe, due to my perception, that God has forsaken me... when I choose my own independence from Him, that choice blinds me to Him, it seems...
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> It FEELS as though He has then forsaken me, but I've come to believe that He never leaves me, nor forsakes me, not even when I turn from Him ... it's just that I then blind myself to Him.
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> I see that when the Messiah was suffering, He cried out (quoting David), "My God, my God, why have You forsaken Me?" Some theologians have told me that this means God turned away from Him, and separated Himself from the Messiah, because at that moment, as He was being the sacrifice, He took on the sins of the world, and became sin, and God cannot abide sin, and so abandoned Him...
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> But, I believe that when the Messiah took on the world's sins, and became sin, God WAS STILL WITH HIM ... it's just that the Messiah, in that state, could not perceive the Father with Him. However, they are One, and cannot separate, and God does not abandon us in our sins ...
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> ... also, I see that God was IN The Messiah, reconciling the world to Himself. At that moment, that moment of reconciliation, God was IN Him, and not separated...
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> It's amazing to me that my perceptions can be mistaken, and yet they are. That's when I must trust, that He is there, and is using EVEN the darkness for His purposes, and for my good.
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> (I hope this tied in, Lou, and didn't distract.)
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> Shalom, Dena
>
> "The unanswered questions aren't nearly as dangerous as the unquestioned answers."
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> "We turn to God for help when our foundations are shaking only to learn that it is God shaking them." - Charles West
>

Dena,
You wrote,[...to be in darkness...choose my own independence...FEELS...to believe...perceptions can be mistaken...trust...using EVEN the darkness...]
It has been revealed to me that when one experiances The Sign of Jonah, it is a calling and if one is in the darkness, feeling forsaken, that they could then know that there is hope and that the Sun of Rightiousness is arrising with healing in His wings. And it has been revealed to me that many are called,and that many in this manner, and that if one recognizes that they are in the Valley of the Shadow of Death, that they can be delivered from the darkness.
It has been revealed to me that one could spend three days and three nights in this darkness and if one knows of this that they can choose to endure like Jonah, who was called, and be chosen.
Lou

 

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