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"I was reading my Bible and felt like Moses saying
to myself, who am I to write such things"

Peter the rock, in part MATT: 16-18, upon this rock,
I will build my church. Saint Peter's in Rome, built
upon the rock, Peter's remains. Peter as an omen was
crucified upside down. Signifying man's waywardness
and sins. Turning to Jesus who was crucified upright,
brought rightness and salvation.

The Romans, Constantine, SOL worship, and heretics
probably instilled Sunday as the Sabbath for sun
worship unity and other dictates. Peter wrote in
1 PETER 2-20,21-in parts, about being buffeted for
faults, having patience, being called, Christ's
suffering and that ye should follow his steps. As
the four gospels are filled with the key word

I feel, the church like people, has to be wayward.
Like Peter upside down, then finding Jesus,
becoming upright and saved in following Jesus
steps. Casting away old Romans, Constantine, and
heretics dictates, which became institution and
traditions. Fear holding rightness and change
in bondage.

Again Jesus stated in MATT: 16, the gates of hell
shall not prevail against it. So, hell is in
conflict with the church. I see change coming
into a more unified Church of God, FOLLOWING
JESUS the cornerstone in his steps.
WHEN ? Only God knows.

10/30/2011 POEWHIT



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The following comments are for "PETER THE ROCK"
by poewhit

you're kidding - right?
You state -
I feel, the church like people, has to be wayward.

What a concept! A place of worship is created to pay glory to a "God" and when it's discredited for any manner of 'sins' [and the 'church' has done its best to gather many of them under their 'umbrella'] they should be forgiven by the God they created? This circular thinking achieves the glory of profound logic only upon hallowed ground where everyone has achieved 'enlightenment'.

Me? I'm still shaking my head over such a ludicrous suggestion. It's almost like saying if we sin collectively, as a congregation, within sanctified ground it's okay. SHEESH!

( Posted by: Pen [Member] On: November 7, 2011 )

your kidding - re
It's a matter of following Jesus. Jesus was a Jew, which many Christians I think sort of have a blind eye. There are two Sabbaths today, only one is right ??????????????? the point of the matter.

( Posted by: poewhit [Member] On: November 8, 2011 )

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