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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 part I

  [still header required]   1                                                                                                                                                 [line 1-2 : introduction] [+therefore] , pursue – the love [=’ch.13’] , b [=by] [-means of] – [..] [=your] (..soul..) (pneumatikos=psychê)         +   earnestly desiring – [..] (..to understand..) (de=oida) – that=the – prophets ;        + 2 [..] because – [+they] speak – (in a-) language [=’tongue’] – not – (as-) man [-kind] – speaks ,   + b but – (like-) God – speaks ; c                                                                                                                                                  [<< c : premise required [=however] ,                                                                                                                          as bridge to next line 3] (-the) (..language..) – (in the-) (..prophecies..) (pneuma=)         + (..became..) (de=esti) – (the-) mysterious – sayings [=’lines, paragraphs’] ;   part I b                               explaining whát has happened with them :   … sorry that we’ve to make a break here already , but the themes are very compacted  – all the key terms in the two lines above show already “that something is going…

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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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het DroomGezicht, 2009