NT themes


Philippians 1-4 : also lost

  Philippians 1-4 : also lost   … 24 chapters lost , so far  — in the Colossian page we posed that “other chapters may have belonged to that letter”, and – not tóo surprisingly – the missing themes appear to show up here : … we said ‘90%’ , because it may have been Ephesians ; but certain characteristics here – as type corruptions – are akin to Colossians , and combined with the ‘missing themes’ it may very well have belonged to the latter ;   chapter 1 at present : totally Unreadable – because nonsense spotted words / terms : – only (!) “boldness” (in 20) , – a “day of Christ” (in 6 and 10) , is an impossible term ; – “presbyters and deacons” (in 1) , nonsense ; – line 13 is Absurd ; possible buildup : in the days of the end +…

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Colossians 1-4 : too corrupted

  Colossians 1-4 : too corrupted   … another one lost .   (see the Thessalonians and Timothy page for the type corruptions)   … if you look honestly to the KJV version of this letter , Paul has been made to say nothing of any importance , whatsoever – the reason is that all his brothers knew Christ : but we forget that they did !!   the usual buildup of Paul’s chapters :   … we know that Paul used a certain pattern to describe his message : a) saying “we know Christ – but in the end of days the people will not , because Esau will have corrupted scripture” , b) therefore “souls will need to become who will investigate the word of God” c) the latter will receive their Original – and then we will also” d) after the wrath , God will save the…

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the 1 Tim. chapters 1-6 as PART of 2 Tim. 1-4 : too heavily corrupted see inside for retrieved outline of contents

  the 1 Tim. chapters 1-6 , as PART of 1 Tim. 1-4 : too heavily corrupted   Incredible .                                               … even worse than Thessalonians ; the depiction almost literally shows what is going on here … we even started to question whether the problem is with ús , as perhaps “losing our touch”  — but the answer must be Negative … after having done prophets , we do feel that Esau’s ancestors were not as … filled with hate like his later generation (both to right) ,                             (cortés) because the corruptions in these chapters show … extreme determination to mutilate the lines in every conceivable way , but the Hate manifests specifically in the mockery of “making the text to contain ridiculous themes” … the start of all these chapters is , likely , 1 Tim. 1 ; the closing is 2 Tim. 4 , but every single line…

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the 1 Thess. chapters 1-5 , as PART of 2 Thess. 1-3 : too heavily corrupted

  the 1 Thess. chapters 1-5 , as PART of 2 Thess. 1-3 : too heavily corrupted   Bummer .   1 Thessalonians 1-5 : … apart from the few lines as opening section and the short closing in 5 , virtually everything inbetween is Insanely corrupted : – every second word is changed into its opposite meaning , – long paragraphs are written entirely in (modern-) English syntax , – entire sections have been taken out and made into the three “2 Thessalonians” chapters ; – the remaining anchorpoints have been mixed up and/or corrupted (these points are catch-phrases of themes , for example like “His return” etc , inbetween which a solid buildup can be restored) : it’s a mess … … now , translating the corrupted scriptures is per definition related to ‘guesswork’ : first in finding the overall theme of a specific chapter , then searching…

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1 John 5 : you + we understand
the covenant of God by which
the 144,000 will become
(+ the 3 year timeline)
but who rejéct it will be judged ;
(+ 50 AD linked to 2021 AD)

1 John 5 : you + we understand the covenant of God by which the 144,000 will become (+ the 3 year timeline) but who rejéct it will be judged ; (+ 50 AD linked to 2021 AD) [2021-jun.13]   theme [+buildup]   part I , introducing the theme “the soul to be restored in her Original again”, which the Sinai covenant could not make possible ; therefore became the covenant of Christ – having two goals : first “to restore the soul to God”, but second “to enable souls to fáctually be restored in their Original”, called : part I b , the covenant of God , which will come into effect when the souls will have understood the prophets ; subtheme : … and will come into effect in the third year of their understanding (which is attested in prophets — hence very heavily corrupted lines here) ,…

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1 John 4 (only 1-9) + 1 John 1 (as one restored chapter) Eden was not ‘on this earth’ but in the other reality : the 144 understand this and therefore rebuild her

1 John 4 (only 1-9) + 1 John 1 (as one restored chapter) Eden was not ‘on this earth’ but in the other reality : the 144 understand this and therefore rebuild her [2021-jun.9]   validity of the theme : – after previous chapters written towards a buildup , now this theme must make Sense ; status of this chapter : Legal Draft … for the reasons below : corruptions : 200% , (see a Hebrews intro for the specific problems concerning syntax etc) but now as 100% restored context ; however : though most lines now run fluent – as a sound whole , the closing section of this chapter was so corrupted that she is Lost ;   1 John 4 [1-9 , rest was corrupt]  + [continuing-] 1 John 1   … the usual interpretation of the first 3 lines is that “it was a warning for…

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1 John 3 : Adam , the great murderer : how he cut off our soul from her Original (=body) placing her in this ape – so that hé would survive

  1 John 3 : Adam , the great murderer : how he cut off our soul from her Original (=body) placing her in this ape – so that hé would survive part I                                                                                                                               introduction : our Originals (=bodies) : fulltext : after line 5 ;  [line 1 : likely direct continued from chapter 2 :] 1 [+then] – [=they] [=’144’] (will) behold=read          + b what=about – (the-) love=glorious ones – [+whom] – the – Father – (has) given=created [..] , c called – that=the – children=people – (of-) God ;                                          [=’as “My people Ishral”] d and=who – (will) become – [..2x..] – (to-) the – world=soul (kosmos=psyche)           + e [next : attempt : as condition , and returning to 1a :] – not=if – [+they] (will) understand – [..] that=what – [..] (is) knew=written – [+about] him=them ;   2 [+for]         +…

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1 John 2 this body is the real sin , but Esau corrupted scripture ; the 144 will discover that , yet Jacob won’t believe it (50 AD until 2021 AD)

  1 John 2 this body is the real sin , but Esau corrupted scripture ; the 144 will discover that , yet Jacob won’t believe it (50 AD linked to 2021 AD) [2021-jun.05]     situation : 1 John 1 … is lacking the first 10/15 lines , and the remained 10 are very corrupted , therefore we need to leave it for now (and see where it can fit , later) ; a more solid whole is next , as this   1 John 2 : searching for the theme : …interestingly (but not surprisingly to us !) , scholars have observed that the writing style of 1 John is “like moving in circles”     (see wiki) and that is absolutely true : but because of Esau’s corruptions ! … because in this 1 John 2 , the KJV text indéed starts a point – but then ending it…

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[looking for-] patterns : the events at Christ’s death compared to Adam’s – soon (+ carcass and eagles)

  [looking for-] patterns : the events at Christ’s death compared to Adam’s – soon (+ carcass and eagles) [2021-june.2]   [legal Draft]   the events at Christ’s death , compared to Adam’s – soon     … will be updated when another aspect found ;           1.     2.   3.   4.             5.     6.     7. 8. 9.   10. 11. around 28 AD    Christ   a new era started Christ – legally – took over the rule of Adam a physical death is required       Christ’s covenant starts with His physical death           the dead arose  as previously imprisoned souls    the former situation stops : darkness over the land   (spiritual darkness)  as starting at noon veil of temple was rent (literal-) earthquake    Christ…

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Heb. 9

[still lacking : introduction]   Heb. 9   introduction [=2 lines] was corrupted :   12 [ch.8] + 1 :    a) the end of previous chapter 8 is a rather solid closing of that theme , but it’s difficult to find a bridge to this chapter 9 ; b) because line 1 of this chapter contains some “conclusion”, it means that the original version had a preceding line (line 0) , c) the only candidate for line 0 is line 12 of previous chapter 9  — but what could it have written …? KJV : 12. For I will be mercyful to their unrighteousness ,                                                   [<< impossible anyway] and their sins and their iniquities I will remember no more. 1. Then verily the first [covenant] had also ordinances of divine service , and a worldly sanctuary.” option : 12 that=now , merciful=God – (had) be=devised – (-an-) injustice=ordinance – [..1x..]…

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Heb. 8 (part II) God places the corner stone and the 144 restore eden ; preparing her for the time when Jacob will be saved

  Heb. 8 first workable line : 5   Heb. 8 (part II) God places the corner stone and the 144 restore eden ; preparing her for the time when Jacob will be saved [2021.27.may]   [27may : posted : full]   [continued-] theme … will speak for itself ; after the 144,000 have been restored by God (chapter 7) now they rebuild the ruined eden-land , as a repeating theme in prophets ; … note how Paul once again underlines the covenant theme , concerning Jacob : because they held onto the Christ covenant , they will be saved later ; chapter will end positive : all of Jacob restored and dwelling in eden   subnote : … we’re curious whether some chapter will address “the reunion” of archfathers / prophets / apostles / first christians (etc) with this generation ; especially in context of eden – and where…

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Heb. 7 (part I) the history of our Originals , how the soul was separated and came to live on earth inside this present body ; the 144 + restored birthright

Heb. 7 (part I) the history of our Originals , how the soul was separated and came to live on earth inside this present body ; the 144 + restored birthright [2021-may.26]   this chapter : … one of the most corrupted , so far , and for a reason : because it would reveal the clue of christianity – IF understood ; just think about how different everything would have been if it HAD …. status of this chapter : LEGAL DRAFT … because though we did find the main theme , and some sections are running well , two sentences are just Lost – while several others are ‘approximate’ ;   theme   searching the theme itself : see description posted at end op previous chapter 6 ; the buildup of the main theme here : … continued from chapter 6  — since “the other reality” and “right…

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Heb. 5 (part I) the 144 discover that Christ’s sacrifice enables the soul to return to God – during life (+ how to read scriptures)

Heb. 5 (part I) the 144 discover that Christ’s sacrifice enables the soul to return to God – during life (+ how to read scriptures) [2021-may.20]   [posted : whole]   [continued-] theme … after previous 5 , where Paul explained that “many will go through the Trib – because they misunderstood what God and Christ said”, he now addresses “the sécond goal of Christ’s work” : NOT only to save the soul áfter physical death , but to have souls – as the 144 – returning to God during their life here ; endtime christianity has forgotten that second goal : … please remember that this belongs to “the covenant change” theme in previous chapters ; the reasoning is sound : God’s covenant can only start after the ‘forerunners’ of the 144 will have understood prophets , therefore He will place souls in personal trials – in order that…

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Heb. 6 (part II) restored message published : those who will read it , and those who will have dreams (the latter rain theme) ; those who will réject it , and Jacob (most souls)

Heb. 6 (part II) restored message published : those who will read it , and those who will have dreams (the latter rain theme) ; those who will réject it , and Jacob (most souls) [2021-may.21]   [continued-] theme … it was very difficult to find the buildup of the first part (see below) , therefore first we needed a proper approach : previous 5 ended with “the message will be found”, where in prophets this theme continues with “several type groups” (in casu : 4) ; therefore , in this chapter are : – the candidates who will read it , agree , and become part of the 144 ; – the candidates who cannot reach this information , but to whom will be given dreams and visions – as described in prophets (in Christ’s parable these are “the lame and the poor who are invited”) , and will…

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Heb.4 (part II) today’s gospel suggests things nor Christ nor God have said : the lethal corruptions cause many to go through the Trib

Heb.4 (part II) today’s gospel suggests things neither Christ nor God have said : the lethal corruptions cause many to go through the Trib [2021-16.may]   [16 may : posted : full]   theme [-continued]   … now will show why it was so important “to rightly understand His words” , where the theme of this chapter is a sound follow-up of previous 3 ; the term “enter into His rest” here should be read as “escape Revelation” ;   the covenant of Christ – and God’s covenant : … see also Hebrews 12 (index) ; the present situation will change the moment prophets are understood , then God’s covenant will become valid and the events in Revelation will begin — please remember that the above is the background of this entire chapter ; subtheme : what Christ (must have said) MUST match what God has said  —        therefore ,…

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Heb.3 (part I) the 40 years in desert (then) the first christians (unto) the lawless endtime 40 (=2000) years later

Heb.3 (part I) the 40 years in desert (then) the first christians (unto) the lawless endtime 40 (=2000) years later [2021-14.may]   [posted 14 may : 2nd half]   theme [-buildup of part I]   understanding the endtime according to the (-extra !) 40 years in the desert   part I                      :   ‘the fathers of old , who hardened their hearts after the Exodus’,       part I b                  :   ‘but we (says Paul) , the first christians, do NOT harden our hearts : yet we will have to beseech God to ensure souls who will understand , because part I c                   :    ‘the believers áfter us WILL harden their hearts’ – the next 2000 years ; next chapter 4  :   ‘but out of the people after us will become the 144  who will NOT have hardened their hearts’ ;   the journey to the promised land – as foreshadowing of ‘the…

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Heb. 2 (end of intro theme) the 144 witness upon earth ; suffering + salvation explained (in relation to this body) and the choice of each soul

Heb. 2 (end of intro theme) the 144 witness upon earth ; suffering + salvation explained (in relation to this body) and the choice of each soul [2021-13.may]   [13 may : posted : all]   theme : continued from chapter 1   … see note in top of previous chapter for context (-also of this one) ;   corruptions : 150% … we’re tired to list them again , see the other Hebrew chapters for descriptions ; by track record this chapter is 100% contextually restored ;   separate note : … we still need a ‘chapter 0’ (as introduction to chapter 1) , but we don’t know yet – at this point in time – if Esau displaced it  (meaning that one of the next chapters could have been chapter 0) , or destroyed it ; yet we ARE sure that after this 2 , Paul will discuss…

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Heb. 1

Heb. 1 method : first 10 lines were so corrupt that not even any context showed ; only in 12 a “rolled up” could only be “(the heavens) like a scroll”, after completing the last section (12-14) we went working backwards from line 12 up to line 1 ;   [11 may : posted : 5-14]   part I b                                         about Adam  – and how our souls came upon this earth   next line 8-9 : … themes attested in prophets – but (now-) also in Corinthians + end of Hebrews ; X : … though Adam was – technically – “a (‘another’) son of God” , we hesitated to use the shown term ‘son’ in interlinear , considering him ; do see the Isaiah chapters how Christ will replace the rule of Adam ;   8 [=but] – [..] [..] (..Adam..) – [..] (will be) (..judged..) ,                                         …

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Heb. 13 (epilogue of theme) Paul’s worry : the first christians are since the covenant of Christ , but will the souls in the endtime find the eternal covenant of God – in spite of Esau’s corruptions ? (important chapter)

Heb. 13 (epilogue of theme) Paul’s worry : the first christians are since the covenant of Christ , but will the souls in the endtime find the eternal covenant of God – in spite of Esau’s corruptions ? (important chapter) [2021-may.09]   [9 may : first half posted]   [closing-] chapter theme … utterly corrupted by Esau (see below) , but the main theme here is “the work of the first christians to be completed by the christians in the endtime” , because there are two covenants in effect , since Christ ,       (skipping the Sinai one now) as Christ’s covenant – the one “by which He restored the souls to God” , while the sign of this covenant were the first christians ; … but the ultimate góal is “the return of paradise (which is in the other reality)”, called the eternal covenant of God , which will “come…

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Heb.12 (closing of theme) the 144 witness to Jacob ; the ‘birthright’ problem led up to the Tribulation , because of what Esau did

Heb.12 (closing of theme) the 144 witness to Jacob ; the ‘birthright’ problem led up to the Tribulation , because of what Esau did [2021-may.04]   [4 may – posted : part I]                                                                                               (situation : the 144 arrive to their people) next line 1 : … because these chapters are very consistent with the same theme in 2 Cor , we would need “the tired souls who lost hope” mentioned here , and an indication of that intention is the remained “patience” in KJV ; 1                                                                                                       [direct continued from chapter 11 :] [w/ very corrupt :] [=then] – [..2x..]           + (the-) witnesses – [..3x..] – (will) have=be – [=with] – every=their – (..people..) , b and=as – the – (..souls..) [=’people’] – (..having..) – (..no..) – (..hope..) [-anymore] , c [+and] (do) – (..+not..) – (..expect..) – the=that – (..God..) – (..(will) save..) – us=them ; …

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Heb. 11 : (start of main theme) after Eden fell Adam is alive , working for the demon-nations ; Noah relocating to this earth + the symbology by Abraham part II : the 144 discover eden , then demons will invade earth

Heb. 11 : (start of main theme) after Eden fell Adam is alive , working for the demon-nations ; Noah relocating to this earth + the symbology by Abraham part II : the 144 discover eden , then demons will invade earth [2021-apr.30]   [posted : first 3d]     searching the theme [-of this chapter] … this chapter has been so  in-cre-di-bly  corrupted that the first workable lines , as possible theme , appear only in 14 and 15 , sic ; looking at previous chapter 10 (=though also corrupted , still) , it shows themes there as Christ’s journey to this earth , and about the endtimes ; mentioning – but paraphrased – that “the ones living in the endtime having bold belief will receive the promise” , and that “their soul will live”  — while in this 11 the promise is ‘the promised eden land’ ;  …

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2 Cor. 6 (continued from 5) the 144,000 witness to the tired souls as Jacob (sad start – but good end) [add.: the three covenants

2 Cor. 6 (continued from 5) the 144,000 witness to the tired souls as Jacob (sad start – but good end) [add.: the three covenants]     the three covenants (and now has started the third) … if  one may wonder why would Paul wrote about this main theme , so far , thinking “but since Christ’s work , all will be okay for us” : the Sinai covenant – the goal until then had been “un-doing the grave consequence of Eden’s fall”, through people and situations now upon this earth : but after having entered the promised land (as foreshadowing of Eden) , the people failed – and God stopped speaking ; the covenant of Christ – He restored the Legal relation between souls and God , in past and future , and that restoration is valid for every soul who believes (and for every other soul Hé judges…

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2 Cor. 5 (continued from 4) do not love this body : Jacob in the Trib – but saved when the 144 will witness

2 Cor. 5 (continued from 4) do not love this body : Jacob in the Trib – but saved when the 144 will witness [2021-apr.26]     continued from chapter 4   chapter was very corrupted but all context + most phrases are 100% restored while the theme follows Prophets properly now   the “people recognizing the 144,000 as their sons and daughters” (in 15-16) … restored conform prophets ; the poor people will have encountered so many supernatural things (=demons) by now , that they – likely – will not trust ány appearance no more : a reason that “they will recognize the 144 – eventhough the latter will have new bodies” is, most likely , because their old fleshy one , which the people knew , is “somehow still empowered”, but in the sense of “now soul-less” (since their soul now inhabits their néw body) , So the…

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2 Cor. 4 (continued from 3) the reason whý Jacob will have to go through the Trib [‘the god of this world’]

2 Cor. 4  (continued from 3) the reason whý Jacob will have to go through the Trib [‘the god of this world’]   [25 apr. – posted : half]                                                                                                                                     [1 : directly continued from ch. 3] 1 [=as] – the ones [=’144’] – holding on – (to-) the – this – (..message..)           + b (..+who..) – (will) receive mercy – [+and] (will) nót – (be) (..wretched..) (ekkakeó=fr.kakos) ; 2 [+for] (..+the ones..) – but=nót – (having) renounced – [..] [=that] (..message..)           + (will) (..not..) – (be) put to shame , b not=because – [+they] (will) – (..+nót) – (..hold on..) [=’per 1a’] – to – trickery ,       + c nor=as – (the-) corrúpted – [..] word – [..] (of-) God ; d but=because – it – (did) (..+nót..) manifest – the – truth , e [+but] demonstrated – [..3x..] – (the-) awareness – (of-) – man – [+and]…

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2 Cor. 3+4 (one theme) encore : [the 144,000] understanding the NT and OT (-prophets)

2 Cor. 3+4 (one theme) encore : [the 144,000] understanding the NT and OT (-prophets)   No – we do not “translate according the theme WE want to read in it”   Paul , the Corinthians and our generation : … in 1 Cor.15 we made the remark that Paul (=Christ) wrote to the Corinthians the way he did for certain reasons ; but chapter after (translated-) chapter a more compléte picture emerges : the first christians were concerned about OUR generation … – or perhaps rephrased , the réason that Paul tells them the things what will happen in the future is because they KNEW that they – as our ‘fathers’ – were not separate from us : just WE have forgotten that connection (compare also the Jeremiah chapters about “the sons returning to the fathers” to make the circle round again – and our history on earth will…

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1 Cor. 10+11 (one theme) the nations of spirits come to this earth – which will be ‘the cup of wrath’ for Jacob

1 Cor. 10+11  (one theme) the nations of spirits come to this earth – which will be ‘the cup of wrath’ for Jacob   finding the theme [-of this 10 and next chapter] … both chapters were so incredibly corrupted that first we had to look which usuable words show up – and we found – demons                    (=in this 10) – crossing over        (=to a land) – a cup                          (=but not ‘of the Lord’ – but of ‘wrath’ ! ,                                          while this ‘cup’ shows again at the end of next 11) – provoke                   (=in this 10 : provoking God , in relation to demons) – covenant                 (=showing in 10 but required here also) ;   buildup [-of this 10 and 11] part I   :  like old-Ishral crossed the (red-) sea , also the remnant (=144) will cross over to…

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1 Cor. 15 : NOT God made this body – when souls [as 144,000] receive their Original (=body) , the ancient war is Over

1 Cor. 15 : NOT God made this body – when souls [as 144,000] receive their Original (=body) , the ancient war is Over      1 cor 14 important : about ‘the Corinthians’ : … the Corinthians appéar to be a rather … backsliding type believers , but that is only because Esau corrupted several important themes : in one of the first chapters Paul says already “.. I will tell you of mysteries” (and he repeats that term in several chapters containing important themes) , yet he certainly would not do that IF they were [-but] a backsliding bunch ! and equally important : … it appears very much that Paul used the Corinthians as “occasion” (or even read “as excuse”) to can write about themes in these chapters : yes , Paul addressed also the situation of the Corinthians , themselves , but certain themes were directly…

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1 Cor.14 (II) (cont. from 13) the command of Christ to go investigate prophets (..incredible chapter..) [this 14 does NOT support any ‘you women be silent’ theme]

1 Cor.14 (II)  (cont. from 13) the command of Christ to go investigate prophets (..incredible chapter..) [this 14 does NOT support any ‘you women be silent’ theme]     [14 april : posted : II and III]    part II b                   (confirmation that the prophets indeed háve been corrupted)   20 brothers , (do) – not – be – children – (..+ruled..) – (by-) the – [..] depraved – mind [=’thinking’] , [+but] – become – matured – [=over] – it :            + 21 in – the – (..scriptures..) – (is) written :                   [Is.28, the “how to read prophets” chapter b                                                                                                        was also used in the parables , see pages] [taken from (hR-) Is.28:11 :]                             “that=because       + (..the scroll..) (sphe=sphr) – (has been) mocked with [=’or: made unintelligible’] [H3932] , [+as] the one speaking – (..+fálsehood..) – to – the people” ; c [IF that quote continues here :]   …

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1 Cor. 13 + 14 (one theme) : surprising subject : prophets will be understood [13+14 do NOT support any so-called ‘speaking in tongues’]

  … 1 Cor. 13 is the famous ‘love chapter’ , writing things like “love hopes and believes all things : prophecies will fail , and (speaking in-) tongues will cease : but love will endure forever” ; right ? .. not so ; sorry . a number of terms appearing in this chapter are ‘prophecy’, ‘tongue (=language)’, ‘mystery’, ‘knowledge’ and ‘to understand’   — causing a huge , huge red Flag to appear in front of us : we saw that much of the NT is ‘good enough’ , but we know that Esau wanted to root out every connection to the OT prophets ; therefore it warranted looking into these pages ;   theme of this [-partial] 13 part I :    describing “how love will be found – when prophets will be understood” … first he terms it as “the (olden-) belief” of which a main character is ‘love’…

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