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'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes' cannot mean that He is physically present

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  • 'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes' cannot mean that He is physically present

    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)





    “Therefore if they say to you ....
    ‘Look, the Christ is in the inner rooms!’
    - tabernacles
    do not believe it.(Mat 24:26).

    That accurate prophecy by Jesus is about those false apostles,
    who present a false Christ before the second coming.




    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21



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  • BJ BEAR
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post
    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post

    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21





    Absurdities like that cannot be substantiated,
    but become a stronghold to the indoctrinated.

    That is an odd way of writing that you cannot prove your assertion from Scripture. Thanks for the admission.

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  • Conqueror
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post

    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21



    Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

    Prove it.
    Absurdities like that cannot be substantiated,
    but become a stronghold to the indoctrinated.


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  • BJ BEAR
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post
    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21



    Lutherans deny that word of God.
    Prove it.

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  • Conqueror
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    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)





    “Therefore if they say to you ....
    ‘Look, the Christ is in the inner rooms!’
    - tabernacles
    do not believe it.(Mat 24:26).

    That accurate prophecy by Jesus is about those false apostles,
    who present a false Christ before the second coming.




    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21

    Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

    No, one does not have a problem understanding the words literally, but those who deny what the Lord said in this regard make themselves the truth teller rather than the Lord.
    Lutherans deny that word of God,
    by their literal interpretation of eating the body of Christ.

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  • BJ BEAR
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post
    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21



    [COLOR=#0000CD]Interpret 'eating the body' literally and one does have a problem.
    No, one does not have a problem understanding the words literally, but those who deny what the Lord said in this regard make themselves the truth teller rather than the Lord.

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  • Conqueror
    replied
    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)





    “Therefore if they say to you ....
    ‘Look, the Christ is in the inner rooms!’
    - tabernacles
    do not believe it.(Mat 24:26).

    That accurate prophecy by Jesus is about those false apostles,
    who present a false Christ before the second coming.




    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21

    Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

    That is a further demonstration of an illogical false and scripturally unfounded interpretation as the Supper does not deny Christ's presence among His believers nor His body and blood in the Supper just as He says.
    Interpret 'eating the body' literally and one does have a problem.

    Lutherans are so indoctrinated
    that they cannot view the eucharist according to the word of God. .

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  • BJ BEAR
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post
    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21



    The OP also corrects that false premise with the following scriptures:


    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)


    That is a further demonstration of an illogical false and scripturally unfounded interpretation as the Supper does not deny Christ's presence among His believers nor His body and blood in the Supper just as He says.

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  • Conqueror
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    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21

    Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post



    The OP has demonstrably false and illogical premises.
    The OP also corrects that false premise with the following scriptures:


    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)


    “Therefore if they say to you ....
    ‘Look, the Christ is in the inner rooms!’
    - tabernacles
    do not believe it.(Mat 24:26).

    That accurate prophecy by Jesus is about those false apostles,
    who present a false Christ before the second coming.

    Leave a comment:


  • BJ BEAR
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post




    the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead (Ro 8:11).

    Please don't make the scriptural illiteracy of Lutherans
    appear worse by posting more nonsense.
    The person continuing to demonstrate scriptural illiteracy is you as Romans 8:11 doesn't negate the Lord saying in John 2:19, "Destroy this temple, and in three days I will raise it up," nor does it negate the risen Lord telling Thomas, "Put your finger here, and see my hands; and put out your hand, and place it in my side. Do not disbelieve, but believe."

    The OP has demonstrably false and illogical premises.
    Last edited by BJ BEAR; 09-15-18, 07:11 PM. Reason: typo

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  • Conqueror
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    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post

    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)





    “Therefore if they say to you ....
    ‘Look, the Christ is in the inner rooms!’
    - tabernacles
    do not believe it.(Mat 24:26).

    That accurate prophecy by Jesus is about those false apostles,
    who present a false Christ before the second coming.




    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21

    Originally posted by BJ BEAR View Post

    Haven't you heard that the Lord would and did raise Himself from the dead?
    the Spirit of Him who raised Jesus from the dead (Ro 8:11).

    Please don't make the scriptural illiteracy of Lutherans
    appear worse by posting more nonsense.

    Leave a comment:


  • BJ BEAR
    replied
    Originally posted by Conqueror View Post
    'Proclaim the Lord's death until He comes'
    cannot possibly mean that He is physically present (1 Cor 11:26)





    “Therefore if they say to you ....
    ‘Look, the Christ is in the inner rooms!’
    - tabernacles
    do not believe it.(Mat 24:26).

    That accurate prophecy by Jesus is about those false apostles,
    who present a false Christ before the second coming.




    they [the bread and wine] are truly the body and blood of Christ.
    http://www.bookofconcord.org/fc-ep.php#part7.21
    Haven't you heard that the Lord would and did raise Himself from the dead? Beyond that, why do you understand truly and physically to be identical terms?

    Leave a comment:

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