yeshuais4me posted a comment · Apr 15, 2019
The Messiah tells us in more than one place that if you follow my commands you will stay in my love-just as I have kept my Father's commands and stay in His love: John 15: 9-10. What a lot of people do not understand is that the Messiah is God our creator in the flesh. God's commands are the first five books of God's Word. God's Word tells us that God can not lie. The Messiah give us reinforcement that God's Torah, first five Books of His Words, in Matthew 5 when He tells us that God's Torah will exist beyond the existences of heaven and earth also by saying not a letter shall be changed He is defining Torah as the written Torah and not the oral torah which existed during the time of the Messiah and is now also written. The Messiah speaks more about this in Matthew 15: 8-9 and Mark 7: 6-7 by saying we should not treat man's word as if they came from God. It is sad that man added "Thus he declared all foods ritually clean" sometime in the 1970's to Mark 7:19. This is an example of man thinking he knows more than God. We now know what the Messiah was telling us when He said the ruler of the world is coming. The ruler is best defined in I John 5:19 "We know that we are from God and that the whole world lies in the power of the evil one. God gives us warnings that most do not understand or ignore as an event of nature. An example would be having five cat 4 and cat 5 storms in 2017 within 45 days with three of these storms causing massive damage to highly active gay communities or like having several feet of snow in April in 2019?
gerald a posted a comment · Apr 14, 2019
The idea of ignoring something Jesus said because He didn't talk about it a whole bunch of times is absurd and STRONGLY suggests Buttigieg is not a real Christian. Why does God need to mention something more than once? I submit Buttigieg doesn't actually believe in the Biblical Jesus at all. In addition, Buttigieg is either lying or is unfamiliar with the Bible when he says right-wing Christians are “saying so much about what Christ said so little about, and so little about what he said so much about.” He doesn't say what he's referring to, which is typical of leftist Christians who make this kind of statement. Jesus talked about a whole bunch of things, such as future events, hell, the Kingdom of God, the Heavenly Father and the Holy Spirit. He told parables like the Parable of the Talents and the Parable of the Wedding Feast and other parables that divided people into two classes, ones who will be accepted into the Kingdom and those who won't. He talked about receiving eternal life through faith in himself. What Buttigieg characterizes as "right-wing Christians" talk about those things a lot, and leftist so called Christians never talk about them.