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  1. This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; at least the existence of these biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:
    This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; at least the existence of these biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:

    This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: 
    the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. 
    These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; 
    at least the existence of these biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. 
    The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:

    modifié par Bill Burton .
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  2. This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; at least the existence of these biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:
    This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; at least the existence of these biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:

    This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: 
    the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. 
    These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; 
    at least the existence of these biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. 
    The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:

    modifié par Bill Burton .
    Copier dans le presse-papier
  3. This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; at least the existence of these Biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:
    This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; at least the existence of these Biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:

    This means then, that now two important Biblical judgments were completely spiritual in nature: 
    the judgment upon Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, and the judgment of God upon Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane. 
    These two judgments by themselves present sufficient evidence to support the idea of Judgment Day occurring in a spiritual way; 
    at least the existence of these Biblical precedents ought to move the sincere child of God to honestly investigate this as a genuine possibility. 
    The Bible refers to those that honestly search for truth concerning the things they hear coming forth from the Word of God as Bereans:

    modifié par Bill Burton .
    Copier dans le presse-papier