Member Since March 8, 2010 , From Addis Ababa Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
http://www.the2keys.com representing Christ's exercise of dual absolute rights of simultaneously giving his life up, and taking it back just as he had earlier said. (John 10: 17-18; 19: 30-37)
About Woldeyesus:

By the grace of God, I am extremely privileged with firsthand knowledge of the mystery of Jesus Christ who has revealed himself to me under deeply mysterious and powerfully life-transforming circumstances, which I distinctly identified over many years of Bible study as Christ's perfect and transfigurative death on the cross "according to the Scriptures" --the "key" to God's secret (Col. 2: 2-3; Rev. 5).

Oh, what a "life in all its fulness"! (John 10:10) PRAISE THE LORD.


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Commented: About Woldeyesus's answer

Faith is about us rather than about God. The STAKES are the highest possible, a.k.a., immortality, i.,e., eternal life now rather than a pie in the sky! The MEANS is personal vision, based on Christ ...

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

There are few or no points of CONNECTION, whatsoever, between the two events. Are there? Many thanks anyway.

Commented: About Anonymous's answer (This answer is not available)

Rest assured that there is no partiality, whatsoever, on the part of Jesus favoring us more than he favored Adam and Eve!

Commented: About MikeC's answer

The absolute truth, as defined in Christ's death on the cross, is overwhelmingly self-sufficient with room for reflection rather than for any action on man's part. (John 14: 6; 18-21; 19: 30-37)

Commented: About Brother Bill's answer

Jesus' death as payment for man's sins is hardly different from idolatrous sacrifice at worse or divine double standard at best. (Deut. 12: 29-32) Is it?

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

True, I was once "a servant of Satan". Apparently, you still are even if disguised!

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

"The kind of death Jesus suffered", viz.: Spirit-active, perfect and transfiguration proper, with multiplying effects by the diacritical marks of "the blood and the water" is a unique model of eternal ...

Commented: About andrewcranky's answer

By definition, a "litmus test" is objective and not influenced at all by any prior knowledge!

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