Member Since March 8, 2010 , From Addis Ababa Addis Ababa, Ethiopia 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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Recent Activity by Woldeyesus

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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