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Romans 8:31-39


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« Reply #15 on: June 24, 2004, 08:52:39 AM »

Co -regent? Jesus Christ co- regent? Has man elevated himself to be co-regent with GOD?

No. Man has not elevated himself, but the Lord has, by His infinite grace, made all believers "friends" and "brothers", as well as "kings" and "priests", "heirs of God, and JOINT-HEIRS with Christ". David will be "co-regent" [the word is not important, it is the idea] in the sense that he will reign over Israel under Christ.

No one can be equal with the King of Glory, the King of kings and the Lord of lords. But God, in His grace and kindness, gives His children the privilege to be "heirs of God" and "JOINT-HEIRS" with Christ. It is in that sense that David is "co-regent". So let's not start misinterpreting or misunderstanding God's grace.
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« Reply #16 on: June 24, 2004, 10:10:01 AM »

Co -regent? Jesus Christ co- regent? Has man elevated himself to be co-regent with GOD?

No. Man has not elevated himself, but the Lord has, by His infinite grace, made all believers "friends" and "brothers", as well as "kings" and "priests", "heirs of God, and JOINT-HEIRS with Christ". David will be "co-regent" [the word is not important, it is the idea] in the sense that he will reign over Israel under Christ.

No one can be equal with the King of Glory, the King of kings and the Lord of lords. But God, in His grace and kindness, gives His children the privilege to be "heirs of God" and "JOINT-HEIRS" with Christ. It is in that sense that David is "co-regent". So let's not start misinterpreting or misunderstanding God's grace.


Co regent is what you said and it is the idea that i can not stomach not the word.  You have stated your heart.  I am interested to see if any one else will stand against your co- regentcy or if they will be tolerant  and accepting...  of such heresy ...


I have read enough of yoru posts to know you dont make word errors like i do yoiu write well...you said just what you meant to say.
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« Reply #17 on: June 24, 2004, 12:27:35 PM »

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You wont find me worshipping King David!  That man couldn't keep his equipment in his pants no matter how his heart was.  he was flawed and imperfect as the rest of us.  

The Kingdom of God is already here and is in the heart of each of us that rise up with Him in our heart in His name.

We can't know the day or the hour and we don't know exactly how to understand the scriptures.  None of that has any bearing on how we are to do what we know to do and avoid doing what we know to be wrong.

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Doing unto others as you would have them do unto you would include not finding your neighbor's biggest fault and then harping on it as if it were your mission.
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