and i beheld satan fall like lightning down from heaven

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  1. TheBigPayback

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    the real reason pope benedict resigned.
    "Augurism"

    Where we get the word..inauguration.

    He was told to resign.
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  2. antilluminati

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    If there ever was a satanic capital of the world then...
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  3. Ass Napkin Ed

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    Luke 10:18- "I beheld Satan as Lightning from Heaven"

    If you translate "... Lightning from Heaven" into Hebrew... it becomes
    "Baraq O bamah" pronounced Barack Obama.
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  4. IAmBenT

    IAmBenT Eat a dick, faggot

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    oh woooowowowowowow :rio:
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  5. lyricalpriest

    lyricalpriest Rap Games Dawson Creek

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    So that light represents the illuminati
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  6. Ass Napkin Ed

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    what? lmao
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  7. JASON ANTHONY

    JASON ANTHONY White Devil

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    And Catholicism still struggles to fill the pews.

    I'm sure the pope has very little to do with any of "Satan's" supposed plans for Armageddon.

    Try not to worry yourself.
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  8. snowy

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    That lightning happened after he resigned. If any message can be gleaned from that, it would be that God was displeased with the Pope's service.
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  9. Ass Napkin Ed

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    God makes lightening happen?

    does God also live on Mt Olympus and have bisexual affairs behind his wife's back?
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  10. TheBigPayback

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    No they saw it as an omen to usher in the next pope. which is why he resigned.
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  11. Ass Napkin Ed

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    source?
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  12. lyricalpriest

    lyricalpriest Rap Games Dawson Creek

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    Illuminati means something bout light right?
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  13. Sir Bustalot

    Sir Bustalot I am Jesus

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    Its normal for lightning to hit the Vatican during storms. Its the tallest object around. Tall buildings also have lightning rods, the Vatican would have one or something that works similar



    As for the photo itself, you know how hard it is to photograph a lightning strike ?

    they obviously knew that in a storm its pretty likely to get struck which is why he set up there to take the photo. The odds of catching a strike when youre trying are low enough let alone when you aren't. This guy was set up im sure. Regardless, if he was or wasn't. The fact is the Vatican gets struck in storms, and its not like this is any different than one of those times.
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  14. Nu'maaN

    Nu'maaN Anu'naki, Nuqqa.

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    this is kind of creepy, because it's true (the hebrew part).

    truth.

    that is if you disregard the fact that it's only lightning and it can strike anywhere.

    :numaan:
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  15. AliceHouse

    AliceHouse The House Always Wins

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    Lightning from heaven = ברקים מן השמים

    The pronunciation would be 'brakim min hashamayim'

    You people are gullible as all heck. Baraq O Bamah my rotten crusty ass. Do some fact checking before you posit something as fact.

    Obama's first name does not come from the root "baraq" [ברק; bet-rish-qof] but the root "barak" [ברך; bet-rish-kaf] and is a common Semitic name and means "blessed" or "blessing." To claim that these two words are the same is like saying that "right" and "write" are the same word, as they sound similarly but both come from very different etymology.
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  16. lyricalpriest

    lyricalpriest Rap Games Dawson Creek

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    I am not going to answer the question as such since it is utterly beneath contempt. The serious point is this. The Bible, like every other book, was written for people who were alive at the time. If we find continuing value in it, well, and good; but it predicts NOTHING AT ALL beyond the immediate lifetime of its original readers/hearers. There wouldn't have been any point. There are any number of texts I could quote you which will demonstrate this; and yes, Yahoo, I am shouting, this person is unhinged. Therefore, any attempt to read into it predictions of events that have happened since, let's say to be generous, 200 AD are utterly misguided. You are abusing Scripture by treating in this way: do you not believe it is a Holy Book? And I'd say just the same if you used it to "prove" Obama is the Messiah, by the way
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  17. TheBigPayback

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    Cosigned.

    Most sensible thing ive heard outta u yet.
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  19. TheBigPayback

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    That is complete and utter retardation.
    Are there parts of the bible ment specificly for the time. sure.
    but was the bible in its entirety ment only for people of that time. hell no.

    one there was no friggin bible as we know it at that time.
    there were individual books, moses and some of the prophets but
    the book in its entirety is both written to the latter church, as prophetic to the latter church
    or about that time/ or time to come adressed to the latter church.


    theres just no way anyone can take u seriously. ur just uncommitted to
    everything u try and do. U were a christian and couldnt commit.
    now ur a skeptical new age kabbalistic emergant mystic and u cant even hate on the christian faith fully committed.
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  20. lyricalpriest

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    We cannot just take what the Bible says and apply it directly to our life, because the Bible was not written to us. The various books of the Bible were written to the people to whom they were written. These people lived at different times, in different cultures, in different places, and spoke different languages, had different beliefs and values, and faced different issues and challenges. The books of the Bible were written to them; not to us.

    heres some prophectic errors:


    The messiah will be born in Bethlehem

    Matthew alleges that Jesus being born in Bethlehem fulfills a prophecy.

    In Matthew 2:4-6

    King Herod is concerned about the birth of the "King of the Jews."
    When he had called together all the people's chief priests and teachers of the law, he asked them where the Christ was to be born. "In Bethlehem in Judea," they replied, "for this is what the prophet has written: 'But you, Bethlehem, in the land of Judah, are by no means least among the rulers of Judah; for out of you will come a ruler who will be the shepherd of my people Israel.'" (NIV)

    While the quote from the prophet, Micah, appears to predict Jesus will come from the city of Bethlehem, he was not quoted precisely.

    Micah 5:2 actually reads:
    But you, Bethlehem Ephrathah, though you are small among the clans of Judah, out of you will come for me one who will be ruler over Israel, whose origins are from of old, from ancient times. (NIV)

    The original quote makes it clear that Micah was referring to a clan named Bethlehem and not a city.

    The Micah quote has also been taken out of context, originally showing no indication of being a messianic prophecy and referring to a military leader who will "deliver us from the Assyrian when he invades our land." (v. 6)

    Additionally there is no evidence outside the statements of Matthew and Luke that Jesus was in fact born in Bethlehem, and even they do not agree on the details. Luke has Joseph and Mary in Bethlehem from Nazareth for the dubious reason of partaking in a census in 6 CE, while Matthew has them starting in Bethlehem and escaping to Nazareth by way of Egypt at least ten years earlier.

    The Book of Revelation is not about the Second Coming of Christ. It is about the destruction of Israel and Christ's victory over His enemies in the establishment of the New Covenant Temple. In fact, as we shall see, the word coming as used in the Book of Revelation never refers to the Second Coming. Revelation prophesies the judgment of God on apostate Israel; and while it does briefly point to events beyond its immediate concerns, that is done merely as a "wrap-up," to show that the ungodly will never prevail against Christ's Kingdom. But the main focus of Revelation is upon events which were soon to take place.

    the Book of Revelation were fulfilled in events surrounding the A.D. 70 destruction of Jerusalem by the Romans.

    Matthew 24:34 and its parallel passages say that "this generation will not pass away until all these things take place."


    o The Great Tribulation "took place in the Fall of Israel. It will not be repeated and thus is not a future event."

    o The Great Apostasy "happened in the first century. We therefore have no Biblical warrant to expect increasing apostasy as history progresses; instead, we should expect the increasing Christianization of the world."

    o The Last Days "is a Biblical expression for the period between Christ's Advent and the destruction of Jerusalem in A.D. 70: the "last days" of Israel."

    o The Antichrist "is a term used by John to describe the widespread apostasy of the Christian Church prior to the Fall of Jerusalem. In general, any apostate teacher or system can be called 'antichrist'; but the word does not refer to some 'future Fuhrer.'"

    o The Rapture is "the 'catching up' of the living saints 'to meet the Lord in the air.' The Bible does not teach any separation between the Second Coming and the Rapture; they are simply different aspects of the Last Day."

    o The Second Coming "coinciding with the Rapture and the Resurrection, will take place at the end of the Millennium, when history is sealed at the Judgment."

    o The Beast "of Revelation was a symbol of both Nero in particular and the Roman Empire in general."

    o The False Prophet "of Revelation was none other than the leadership of apostate Israel, who rejected Christ and worshiped the Beast."

    o The Great Harlot of Revelation was "Jerusalem which had always been . . . falling into apostasy and persecuting the prophets . . . which had ceased to be the City of God."

    o The Millennium "is the Kingdom of Jesus Christ, which He established at His First Advent. . . . the period between the First and Second Advents of Christ; the Millennium is going on now, with Christians reigning as kings on earth." "Other postmillennialists interpret the millennium as a future stage of history. Though the kingdom is already inaugurated, there will someday be a greater outpouring of the Spirit than the church has yet experienced."
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