Author: Raphael (---.nas9.cedar-rapids1.ia.us.da.qwest.ne)
Date: 04-20-06 13:23
> > > "Raphael would say, only Nietzsches, or perhaps the
> > > devil's."
> > > Good prediction I see.
> > Dear LogicEscapee,
> > And, you will discover that ALL
> > of God's predictions are infallibly true.
> > (John 3:3, 5-6): ďMost assuredly, I say to you,
> > unless one is born again, he cannot see the
> > Kingdom of God... Most assuredly, I say
> > to you, unless one is born of water and the
> > Spirit, he cannot enter the Kingdom of God.
> > That which is born of the flesh is flesh,
> > and that which is born of the Spirit is spirit."
> Yes I thought you would say that.
I donít say it, God does. I donít know first-hand what awaits you, but He does. I believe Him.
> > > On the other hand, I
> > > studied a bit on the requirements of sainthood.
> > R: Why have you excluded from your study,
> > LogicEscapee, what God says about it?
> > You say:
> > > It fails when it is used to point out the not-so
> > > saintly in us, and I think in that way we run the
> > > risk losing our focus, and
> > > spiralling into a self-created abyss.
> > R: Your lack of attention to God's Word
> > leaves you utterly ignorant, LogicEscapee,
> > of who are saints, and what is the abyss.
> > Being lost is the ultimate tragedy!
> > Raphael
> For some people, as it turns out, for rather a large number
> of people, it actually is not the tragedy you make it out to
> be. Being lost simply proves to be in the end, "How they find
> their way." Isn't that the ultimate paradox ;-) ?
R: Until you talk to someone in hell, you cannot tell me that being lost is not the tragedy that Christ Jesus says it is.