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    13 Sep '09 02:26
    Hi I am looking for a scripture from the old testament about how only G/D can judge me.

    Any help is much appreciated.
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    www.biblegateway.com



    Might help a bit
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    13 Sep '09 04:22
    Originally posted by CED SYSTEM
    Hi I am looking for a scripture from the old testament about how only G/D can judge me.

    Any help is much appreciated.
    What's G/D?
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    13 Sep '09 05:18
    Originally posted by amannion
    What's G/D?
    Some people believe you should never write his name, even his universal name of G/D
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    13 Sep '09 05:18
    Originally posted by menace71
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    Thanks, I'll look into that.
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    13 Sep '09 05:48
    Originally posted by CED SYSTEM
    Some people believe you should never write his name, even his universal name of G/D
    His?
    Are you referring to a god of some sort?
    How do you know it's male?
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    13 Sep '09 07:361 edit
    Originally posted by amannion
    What's G/D?
    But god is not a name, is it? It's just a description of a supernatural being, nothing more?

    And what about J*s*s? It's that forbidden to write too?
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    13 Sep '09 08:48
    Originally posted by CED SYSTEM
    Some people believe you should never write his name, even his universal name of G/D
    😕

    Why?

    What about the zillions of times the prophets and NT saints wrote it?

    Why does a / protect you from the holy reprisal when using an O?

    What about when Jesus used it?

    Does this come from a shortening of the name Yahweh?

    Interesting!
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    13 Sep '09 09:29
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    But god is not a name, is it? It's just a description of a supernatural being, nothing more?

    And what about J*s*s? It's that forbidden to write too?
    Goo point F***an. This gives me an idea to start a new thread.
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    Who knows?

    It's pretty dumb for any of us to assume what is right or wrong when it comes to religion.
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    13 Sep '09 16:17
    Originally posted by amannion
    His?
    Are you referring to a god of some sort?
    How do you know it's male?
    How do you know it's not?
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    13 Sep '09 16:18
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    But god is not a name, is it? It's just a description of a supernatural being, nothing more?

    And what about J*s*s? It's that forbidden to write too?
    You can write Jesus all you want.
    Never took that character too serious anyways.
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    13 Sep '09 16:20
    Originally posted by CED SYSTEM
    You can write Jesus all you want.
    Never took that character too serious anyways.
    Of course not. Thye're are all invented.
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    13 Sep '09 17:30
    Originally posted by FabianFnas
    Of course not. Thye're are all invented.
    Of course they are all invented, by G/D
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    13 Sep '09 17:45
    Originally posted by CED SYSTEM
    Of course they are all invented, by G/D
    actually my friend you have a problem, for although God is the ultimate Judge, he has appointed, in the case of the old testament (Hebrew scriptures), humans to judge on his behalf, thus we read, that Moses was appointed a judge, as was his successor Joshua, then we have the period known as judges when Israel was without a human King, then we have the first human King of Israel, Saul, who rendered judgement, as did David and Solomon afterwards etc etc etc.
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