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 Creationism The Reward Of God The book of revelation clearly states the reward of God: That the sinful nature of men will be removed and that the tree of life will be open for all, allowing any position in the octal to be mapped back to unity in Christ by a simple "multiplication" of the action of the Holy Spirit. Likewise the K4 form shows clearly that Jesus separates the elect in the position of unity from those to His left and right, those that divide {d,e,f,g} into the two parts not unity: So from the K4 form, a = 1 = (a,b,c) b = (a,d,e) c = (a,f,g) Those that are not found in a "rest" of unity correspond to those whom "He never knew" and those to whom He states "I know ye not from whence ye are" Likewise we find that frobenius on GF(8) over the octal may hold static triples of the elements {a,c,e,g} with the static subgroup (b,d,f). If it is correct that a = 1, being spiritually placed in the coset {c,e,g} shows that Christ would Himself be aware of those that know of Christ's law of faith but are spiritually from a place Jesus does not regard, they not being elected to His bride. Likewise those that pervert true doctrine to their own imagination would be to shift unity from 'a' to one other of 'c', 'e' or 'g'. To these Christ states "I never knew you." If it becomes a matter of how hardly saved a believer is at all: it is not found in the worship of Christ, but in the stubborness with which the believer seeks Him out! In order to be elected one must transition from the coset {a,c,e,g} to the subgroup (0,a,b,c} - The movement from unity to zero is a great mystery to me. I prefer to simply note "a" as a constant correspondence to unity that remains "in Christ's favour", so {a,c,e,g} becomes {a,(b,d,f)}. I can not find fault with the occurrence of unity in the revelation text. The choice of any static triple from the coset is analogous to membership in the "left hand" of the Father, and every possible static subgroup to His right; God has deferred judgement to Jesus Christ His Son, therefore we should hold fast to what we have, unless we find out too late that someone has switched out our oil for a variety that runs out far too quick! Jesus taught on the clear division of good and evil: and He called evil those that state they are in continual (necessary) approval with God. In view is Jesus alone as that which is good, and all others as evil; Jesus had come to wake up Israel quickly, It was a benefit to know one was under judgement, (tax collectors and prostitutes go to heaven before the self-righteous): clearly The good which Jesus taught was acknowledged as from a good heart by those listening to Him - He could not be an evil man if he were teaching well, could He? In similar fashion, those that agree with His words and do not practice those things are attesting inwardly that they need a saviour. (They are also "evil".) It then becomes apparent that the saved in Christ are without exception, all harvested from the left hand into the right: Hence the reason why Jesus Christ "is the door" and is the one to whom all judgement is given. Luk 6:45 A good man out of the good treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is good; and an evil man out of the evil treasure of his heart bringeth forth that which is evil: for of the abundance of the heart his mouth speaketh. Luk 6:46 And why call ye me, Lord, Lord, and do not the things which I say? (KJV) The outcome of the judgement is to the believer a direct outcome of the believer's identity in Christ. In order to be rewarded with good, one must be obedient to the doctrine Christ gave; not so much the works, but the faith that would clothe the otherwise naked man before God - the man whose own works are not enough to justify him before God. The dialectic process immediately strips the church bare of all righteousness. In the revelation it is the image to the beast that does the stripping in the form of the ten kings. However that is best left here to the revelation area of this site, and also has place in the metamath area. Return To Section Start Return To Previous Page

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