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Lou's reply to Dena-milnum Dena

Posted by Lou Pilder on May 13, 2008, at 17:37:59

In reply to Re: Lou's reply to Dena-teighkelswair Lou Pilder, posted by Dena on May 13, 2008, at 1:13:14

> Lou -
> I'd honestly like to know your take on that parable -- and if that requires speaking from a Jewish viewpoint, that's fine with me... I've asked you to share, out of my own curiosity, as I want to understand a passage that's long perplexed me.
> Please help me, and perhaps others, understand the meaning here, from a Jewish perspective.
> Thanks!
> Shalom, Dena
> "The unanswered questions aren't nearly as dangerous as the
> unquestioned answers."
> "We turn to God for help when our foundations are shaking only to
> learn that it is God shaking them." - Charles West
> "Naked is having no clothes on. Nekkid is having no clothes on and
> being up to something."
> "Our truth, when it becomes the ONLY truth, ceases to be truth."
> "While we're not fearful of tasting new things, we don't necessarily
> swallow all that we taste."
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

You wrote,[...speaking from a Jewish viewpoint is fine with me...please help to understand trhe meaning here, from a Jewish perspective...]
The passage is one that has the sheep and the goats that is contained in a passage that has the use of God's {right hand} and also His left hand. I have not written hee about God's right hand or left hand but I did initiate it in previous posts that one could do a search here to find by using {Lou, the right hand of God}.
The passage near the start writes,[...All the {nations} will be gathered before Him...]. This has been revealed to me to be those people that are not Jews. It has been revealed to me that this passage is not the same as the judgement passage in the book called The Revelation.
In that the {nations} will be gathered before Him, the passage then writes that He then separated them as a shepherd divides the sheep from the goats. And it reads that He separates his sheep on His right hand and the goats on His left hand.
[...this paragraph has been redacted by respondent...]
The reason for the separation is given as a parable in relation to how the sheep people and the goat people treated His {brethren}. My friends, it has been revealed to me as to what people are His brethren and they are,[...this has been redacted by respondent...].
The parable concerns a particular aspect of particular people and prescribes punishment and rewards to the sheep people and the goat people in a spacific circumstance. It has been revealed to me that this is not speaking concerning the final judgment,and the punishment and reward are for a time period that has a starting and an ending. The Greek can be read as {age-lasting}. The time period of the {age} is not stated in the passage, but that time period has been revealed to me.




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