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The Highest Jew
« on: December 01, 2015, 10:44:35 AM »
What the Jewish people need to realise is that there is only one universe...Only one God...only one set of righteous laws...only one science connecting all these different aspects of the universe together and the name that is the highest authority...here on planet Earth, over all these different and many aspects of truth is...you've guessed it...Jesus Christ.

You are looking for your Messiah and here he is...a modern take on the same laws he already delivered to you and which many of you threw back into your God's face.

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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #1 on: December 01, 2015, 01:27:29 PM »
What the Jewish people need to realise is that there is only one universe...Only one God...only one set of righteous laws...only one science connecting all these different aspects of the universe together and the name that is the highest authority...here on planet Earth, over all these different and many aspects of truth is...you've guessed it...Jesus Christ.

You are looking for your Messiah and here he is...a modern take on the same laws he already delivered to you and which many of you threw back into your God's face.


Is it any wonder that no-one Jewish posts on this Topic?

NM, if you expect people to have respect for your opinions and beliefs it would be rather nice if offered others respect for theirs.




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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #2 on: December 01, 2015, 01:36:36 PM »
What the Jewish people need to realise is that there is only one universe...Only one God...only one set of righteous laws...only one science connecting all these different aspects of the universe together and the name that is the highest authority...here on planet Earth, over all these different and many aspects of truth is...you've guessed it...Jesus Christ.

You are looking for your Messiah and here he is...a modern take on the same laws he already delivered to you and which many of you threw back into your God's face.

What you have got to realise is that the Jews mostly disagree with you and there's no evidence that supports your case.
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #3 on: December 01, 2015, 02:05:40 PM »
What the Jewish people need to realise is that there is only one universe...Only one God...only one set of righteous laws...only one science connecting all these different aspects of the universe together and the name that is the highest authority...here on planet Earth, over all these different and many aspects of truth is...you've guessed it...Jesus Christ.

'What the Jewish people need to realise'? I think you missed the silent 'I'm not racist, but...' off the front of that.

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You are looking for your Messiah and here he is...a modern take on the same laws he already delivered to you and which many of you threw back into your God's face.

See, I was thinking that the 'highest Jew' was probably the one that wrote Revelations, but now I'm wondering if you have any Semitic ancestry?

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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #4 on: December 01, 2015, 02:19:15 PM »
Outrider, jeremyp, Owlswing:

Don't you even consider, for a moment, that I am writing here out of love for the Jewish people...not the confusers and the derailers of OT truth but the genuine Jew who also has the power of resurrection within their eternal spirit.

The same could be said for the Muslim faith...but I am working in the order of priority...and really...it is the Christian world that needs saving as much as any of the others.

If not saved by faith then by the nuts and bolts behind that faith...but Jesus Christ will be theirs and your saviour in it all...or at least, those who are saved...and the state of the world today suggests we shouldn't leave it too long.


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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #5 on: December 01, 2015, 02:28:02 PM »
'What the Jewish people need to realise'? I think you missed the silent 'I'm not racist, but...' off the front of that.

Eh?
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #6 on: December 01, 2015, 03:19:51 PM »
Don't you even consider, for a moment, that I am writing here out of love for the Jewish people...not the confusers and the derailers of OT truth but the genuine Jew who also has the power of resurrection within their eternal spirit.

I don't question your intentions for a moment, just your grasp of reality and decorum.

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The same could be said for the Muslim faith...

It could, and it would exactly the same combination of wrong, right for the wrong reasons and colossally arrogant.

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but I am working in the order of priority...and really...it is the Christian world that needs saving as much as any of the others.

Saving from what?

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If not saved by faith then by the nuts and bolts behind that faith...

You can keep the bolts, but I think we've had more than enough of the  nuts from religion, lately.

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but Jesus Christ will be theirs and your saviour in it all...or at least, those who are saved...and the state of the world today suggests we shouldn't leave it too long.

Well, given that in general the state of the world is on an upward trend, I'd say that if it was going to happen it would have done so by now.

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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #7 on: December 01, 2015, 03:31:47 PM »
Outrider, jeremyp, Owlswing:

Don't you even consider, for a moment, that I am writing here out of love for the Jewish people...not the confusers and the derailers of OT truth but the genuine Jew who also has the power of resurrection within their eternal spirit.

The same could be said for the Muslim faith...but I am working in the order of priority...and really...it is the Christian world that needs saving as much as any of the others.

If not saved by faith then by the nuts and bolts behind that faith...but Jesus Christ will be theirs and your saviour in it all...or at least, those who are saved...and the state of the world today suggests we shouldn't leave it too long.

To the vast majority of Jews your Saviour Jesus Christ was no more than yet another prophet.

Your arrogance is truly blinding and your opinions not worth further comment.
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #8 on: December 01, 2015, 03:50:49 PM »
The Highest Jew really should be the start of a joke (rather than the dismal dark stupidity of Sparky).

This is the best (adaptation) I can concoct.

A Jewish man decided to climb Ben Nevis as a suitable place to eat his Passover lunch.

A little while later a blind man climbed up and sat down next to him.

Feeling friendly, the Jewish man passed a sheet of matzo to the blind man.

The blind man ran his fingers over the matzo for a few minutes, looked puzzled, and finally exclaimed, "Who wrote this crap?"
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #9 on: December 01, 2015, 04:26:35 PM »
SqueakyVoice, Owlswing, Outrider, ad-orientum:

Still in your frivolous, ridiculing, don't bother saving me mode and yet the whole world is being pulled this way and that way by uneducated, unethical, uncaring people, whose only skill is whipping up hysterical confusion by which even your world leaders are manipulated by...hmmm...I can wait...You see, the world is only going one way and when the world starts screaming out to Almighty God he will reply in terms even you lot can understand...

It will go something like this...I (Almighty God) will only save those who have shown appropriate righteous good order and for many of these it will be by resurrection...in the way Jesus Christ taught us. 

Though most are in denial we have already seen much of the modern righteous strength Almighty God wields.


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« Reply #10 on: December 01, 2015, 04:55:17 PM »
A Jewish father was very troubled by the way his son turned out and went to see his rabbi about it.

"Rabbi, I brought him up in the faith, gave him a very expensive Bar Mitzvah and it cost me a fortune to educate him. Then he tells me last week, he's decided to be a Christian. Rabbi, where did I go wrong?"

The rabbi strokes his beard and says, "Funny you should come to me. I too, brought up my son as a boy of faith, sent him to university and it cost me a fortune and then one day he comes to me and tells me he wants to be a Christian."

"What did you do?" asked the man of the rabbi.

"I turned to God for the answer," replied the rabbi.

"What did he say?" asked the man.

He said, "Funny you should come to me..."
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #11 on: December 01, 2015, 05:33:31 PM »
SqueakyVoice:

Ahhh...I think I have worked out why no Jews contribute here. They have too much concern for their righteous health. It is probably why you are a little sparse on Christians too.

Not to worry...my main concern isn't to save you it is to ensure that you have been given the opportunity to be saved.

Every action and reaction requires the burning of our inner nervous strength. Every frivolous action of waste  will nervously exhaust our nervous body and this has a serious effect on our genetic health...Your motive for the above tirade has probably cost you dearly...but there we go...you cannot see the power of your God ebbing away from you as you toss missiles and snares at those trying to help you but it is...and your loss of everlasting life will ensure other genetic discrepancies are sorely provoked...or at least that is what Jesus' righteous science is telling me.






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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #12 on: December 01, 2015, 06:25:03 PM »

http://www.bubbygram.com/zenjewishhumor.htm

Marvin and the Guru

Marvin was a deeply spiritual man, a seeker of truth. He went to synagogue every week for years, but eventually realized his soul needed more than Judaism could give him. He tried Buddhism, Christianity, a wide assortment of New Age religions, but he still felt spiritually empty.

One day, he heard about a great guru living atop the highest mountain in India who had all the answers. He sold all his worldly possessions, bid goodbye to his friends and family, and headed east. Once on the subcontinent, he learned that the guru would agree to see only one person a year and that person would be allowed to ask only one question. There were many other truth-seekers ahead of Marvin, so he had to wait nearly twenty years to see the great man. During that time, he lived in poverty, at the base of the mountain begging and doing menial tasks. When his turn finally came, he made the perilous journey up the snow-covered mountain, and waited for a week in the freezing cold in front of a cave, until the guru emerged.

"What is your question, my son?" the guru asked.

Marvin had been rehearsing this for years, and said, "Oh, wise one… What is the meaning of life?"

"Life, my son," said the guru ponderously, "is a deep well."

Marvin's jaw dropped open. He could not control his shock and anger. He screamed at the guru, "'Life is a deep well?' That's it? I've given up everything I owned, abandoned my friends and family, spent years living in abject poverty, even lost my toes to frostbite getting up here, and that's the best you can do? 'Life is a deep well?!'"

The guru looks at him quizzically. "What? You mean it isn't?"

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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #13 on: December 01, 2015, 06:50:49 PM »
The Highest Jew really should be the start of a joke (rather than the dismal dark stupidity of Sparky).

This is the best (adaptation) I can concoct.

A Jewish man decided to climb Ben Nevis as a suitable place to eat his Passover lunch.

A little while later a blind man climbed up and sat down next to him.

Feeling friendly, the Jewish man passed a sheet of matzo to the blind man.

The blind man ran his fingers over the matzo for a few minutes, looked puzzled, and finally exclaimed, "Who wrote this crap?"

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« Reply #14 on: December 01, 2015, 06:55:11 PM »
I liked this one I pinched from somewhere  ;D

Avram went into Church, took out his tallis, yarmulke, and proceeded to pray. The clergyman entered to start services: "Will all non-Christians please leave." Avram continued davening."
Again the clergyman said, "Will all non-Christians please leave."
And again, Avram prayed.
Finally, the distraught clergyman moved to Avram. "Will ALL JEWS please leave."
At this, Avram removed his yarmulke, packed up his tallis, then went to the altar, picked up a statue of Jesus and said, "Come bubbela they don't want us here anymore."

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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #15 on: December 01, 2015, 07:01:51 PM »
SqueakyVoice, Owlswing, Outrider, ad-orientum:


It will go something like this...I (Almighty God) will only save those who have shown appropriate righteous good order and for many of these it will be by resurrection...in the way Jesus Christ taught us. 


In which case my response is that the price that Almighty God (yours NOT mine) places upon my being saved or being resurrected is one that I will not pay! Regardless of the threatened consequences of my refusal.

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Though most are in denial we have already seen much of the modern righteous strength Almighty God wields.


The only "righteous strength" that your "Almighty God wields" was unable to save those Christians who kept faith in the face of IS execution! And if you say they have been saved by being killed and "gathered unto God" he could have chosen a less unpleasant way for them to be saved.

Keep your blinkers on if you like NM, I discarded them fifty years ago and I think that it would be a good idea for the Moderators to create a "Proselytisation" Topic where you and your like can post your/their interminable nonsense without messing up more interesting threads with it.
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #16 on: December 01, 2015, 07:03:29 PM »
A Jewish father was very troubled by the way his son turned out and went to see his rabbi about it.

"Rabbi, I brought him up in the faith, gave him a very expensive Bar Mitzvah and it cost me a fortune to educate him. Then he tells me last week, he's decided to be a Christian. Rabbi, where did I go wrong?"

The rabbi strokes his beard and says, "Funny you should come to me. I too, brought up my son as a boy of faith, sent him to university and it cost me a fortune and then one day he comes to me and tells me he wants to be a Christian."

"What did you do?" asked the man of the rabbi.

"I turned to God for the answer," replied the rabbi.

"What did he say?" asked the man.

He said, "Funny you should come to me..."

I've heard this one in several different versions, some quite a lot longer, but it is still a classic!
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #17 on: December 01, 2015, 07:06:36 PM »
I liked this one I pinched from somewhere  ;D

Avram went into Church, took out his tallis, yarmulke, and proceeded to pray. The clergyman entered to start services: "Will all non-Christians please leave." Avram continued davening."
Again the clergyman said, "Will all non-Christians please leave."
And again, Avram prayed.
Finally, the distraught clergyman moved to Avram. "Will ALL JEWS please leave."
At this, Avram removed his yarmulke, packed up his tallis, then went to the altar, picked up a statue of Jesus and said, "Come bubbela they don't want us here anymore."

 ;D
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #18 on: December 01, 2015, 07:33:28 PM »
Yep! Owlswng definitely has a bee in his bonnet about something. Something has made him bitter, quite clearly.

But yes, the Jews do need to convert for they are cut off, having rejected and put to death their own Lord and God. Neither circumcision nor the law can save them.
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #19 on: December 01, 2015, 07:34:56 PM »
Yep! Owlswng definitely has a bee in his bonnet about something. Something has made him bitter, quite clearly.
Perhaps he was justifiably offended by the arrogance of Sparky telling the Jewish people what they "need" to realise.

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But yes, the Jews do need to convert for they are cut off, having rejected and put to death their own Lord and God. Neither circumcision nor the law can save them.
Speaking of obnoxious arrogance ...
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« Reply #20 on: December 01, 2015, 07:37:31 PM »
Perhaps he was justifiably offended by the arrogance of Sparky telling the Jewish people what they "need" to realise.

Why? I thought he was a pagan not a Jew.
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Re: The Highest Jew
« Reply #21 on: December 01, 2015, 07:38:57 PM »
Why? I thought he was a pagan not a Jew.
He is a pagan. So you can only be offended if you're a member of the group being attacked now? Racism doesn't bother you? Sexism? Ageism? Homophobia? Discrimination against the disabled?
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« Reply #22 on: December 01, 2015, 07:41:50 PM »
He is a pagan. So you can only be offended if you're a member of the group being attacked now?

I suppose one "can" but I don't see much point in it, if you ask me.
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« Reply #23 on: December 01, 2015, 07:45:28 PM »
I suppose one "can" but I don't see much point in it, if you ask me.
The point is that you can put your shoulder to the wheel and help do something for others.
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« Reply #24 on: December 01, 2015, 07:47:45 PM »
Eh? Do what? Go around feeling self-righteous because you feel offend on someone else's behalf?
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