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 andrewcranky's answer

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

Commented: About Anonymous's answer

By far, very different from any theological education, the only spiritual training this "idiot" has is increasing knowledge of Jesus Christ based on a personal vision resulting from the "litmus test ...

Asked: Litmus test of the christ

Is Christ's death on the cross, strictly defined according to the Scriptures, a confirmation of his divine identity and absolute authority or not?

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

The LORD does not care at all for politics or even religions.

Commented: About Sue's answer

If all challenges, whatever they are, have answers leading to conclusive victory, no weapons of any nature are able to hurt the LORD's servants. I confirm. PRAISE THE LORD!

Answered: Where in the Bible does it talk about satan cannot ...

It is by far more interesting to ask Satan himself the question than to look for a proof text. You will find the answer in Simon Peter's, alias "Satan", initial opposition to the means of personal ...

Answered: What do ghost stories say about afterlife?

The afterlife is a Satanic counterfeit of the eternal life "today" as offered by the kind of death Jesus suffered. (Luke 23: 40-43)

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

This is not surprising at all. Defining moments transcend calendar dating. Don't they?

Asked: The Day of Christ

Given the promise to raise people to life (John 6:43) and its fulfillment on the last day (Matt. 27: 53), the QUESTION is on which specific day did Jesus rise from death raising others with him in co ...

Commented: About Ol' Yeddar's answer

Thank you. Can you please provide at least the specific reference?

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