(Jesus said to his Apostles)
"Marvel not that I said unto thee... 'Ye' must be born AGAIN.(reincarnated)
Being Born AGAIN(reincarnated)... not of corruptible seed... but incorruptible.
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Then He said... "To what shall we 'liken' the Kingdom of God?
Or with what 'Parable' shall we 'Picture' it?
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And 'AGAIN' when... 'He' bringeth in the 'Firstbegotten' into the World.
He saith, "And let all the Angels of God worship...'Him'.
But of that day and hour knoweth no man, no, not the Angels of Heaven,
but... my Father only.
He set singers before the altar...that by
their Voices they might make sweet melody.
And daily sing praises in their songs.
Psalm33:3 (King David)
Sing unto 'Him'a 'New Song'.
Play 'SKILLFULLY'..... with a 'LOUD NOISE'.
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1 Corinthians 7:23
You were bought at a price; do not become slaves of men.
And I saw 'another' Angel ascending(rise up) from the East,
having the Seal of... the 'Living God'.
And He cried to the four Angels, to whom it was given to hurt
the Earth and Sea.
"Jerusalem" by Black Sabbath
"The highway's screamin'... callin' out your name.
'Cause every road that you travel on... there's a price to pay.
A thousand eyes are starin'... but the blind still lead the blind.
Where will you turn...
if it goes wrong and you're on the run... Jerusalem?
You say you walked through the valley.
You say you've seen the Signs.
Echoes call you from the sea... holding up the sun.
And an angel cries... beware your lies.
It could be the end of it all.
Everybody knows your name... every road leads to anger.
Will it be the same... is there reason to return?
When an angel cries... Jerusalem!
Better watch your lies... Jerusalem!
When an angel cries... Jerusalem!"
Revelation- 1) The act of revealing or disclosing; disclosure.
2) Something revealed or disclosed,
esp. a striking disclosure, as of something not before revealed.
3) Theology; God's disclosure of himself and his will to his creatures.