02 May '10 17:44>
What is it?
Originally posted by josephwYou may as well be prattling on about Xenu and volcanoes. It makes about as much sense.
It is a prophetic Biblical event.
It takes place in the valley of Megiddo.
When Jesus returns at His second coming, Satan will have assembled his forces to do battle with the King of Kings. He loses.
Originally posted by rwingettSimply answering the question.
You may as well be prattling on about Xenu and volcanoes. It makes about as much sense.
Originally posted by josephwI'm afraid I don't understand your question. It makes sense that gravity causes my pencil to fall to the floor if I push it off the table, but I have no idea if that's what you mean.
Simply answering the question.
Nothing in the Bible has ever been proven to be false. In fact the opposite is true.
None of it makes sense to you, but I wonder how much of anything makes sense to you. Seriously. Does anything about life on earth make any sense?
Please, tell me about something that makes sense. Choose anything you think makes sense and tell me why you think so. I would like to know what you think makes sense.
Originally posted by StarrmanJesus predicted that on his return to earth, "the sun will be darkened, and the moon will not give its light, and the stars will be falling from heaven, and the powers in the heavens will be shaken. And then they will see the Son of man coming in clouds with great power and glory. And then he will send out the angels, and gather his elect from the four winds, from the ends of the earth to the ends of heaven." (Mark 13:24-27) He even predicted a deadline for it to happen: "Truly, I say to you, this generation will not pass away before all these things take place." (Mark 13:30) The generation he was speaking to did pass away, but the sun still shines, the stars still twinkle in the night sky, and there have been no heavenly passengers riding in on the clouds. Jesus was wrong.
What about these? http://bibleblunders.com/index.html
Originally posted by rwingettMark 4:31 - It is like a grain of mustard seed, which, when it is sown in the earth, is less than all the seeds that be in the earth:
I'm afraid I don't understand your question. It makes sense that gravity causes my pencil to fall to the floor if I push it off the table, but I have no idea if that's what you mean.
By the way, the mustard seed is NOT the smallest of all seeds. We have proof that there are smaller seeds.