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Re: The Son's Mediatoral reign ceases at His second coming.
« Reply #15 on: March 27, 2012, 08:08:01 PM »
You tell a very sad story thinker .... first the plunger, and then dropped off of the radar .... is this a portent of your fate?

You say whether He reigns as God is immaterial .... really?

What kind of talk is this? ..... what are you implying?

And this "mediatoral" thing .... what a gas .... not even in the dictionary ..... did you make it up?

Jesus Christ reigns forever .... and so will those that belong to Him .... at His future coming

.... yet you cut Him off .... why is this? ..... what is you motive?

You quote 1Corinthians 15:28 and if your interpretation is correct then this scripture is in contradiction against many others that tell of the Lord's eternal rule

I don't think you understand this scripture at all .... better read it again

Do you know that Jesus Christ is both God and human?

..... if you did then you would interpret 15:28 differently .... or not?

Once Jesus is finished with eliminating all who are against, Him [He is not finished yet as you think] including fallen angelics and humans, He will no longer need to operate as the only immortal who currently exists

..... but He alone can and must do this purging before He is willing to share immortality .... the promise to those that belong to Him [kings and priests .... and we shall reign with Him through out all of eternity in His eternal kingdom]

He is going to purge with His wrath and judgment of the coming tribulation ..... and again at the end of His millennial reign on the earth .... no human or reprobate angel will escape His purge and will face it sooner, or later
 
.... once the purging is done and His universe is restored to its original created condition, He will no longer need to purge .... and He will be "all" .... "in all" .... all of His that are left

And He will still be God thinker ..... this position is permanent and everlasting ....and above all other subjects of His creation by the way [Revelation 22]

This is a truth of immeasurable proportion and you cannot change it by your limiting interpretation of 15:28

  


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Re: The Son's Mediatoral reign ceases at His second coming.
« Reply #16 on: March 31, 2012, 10:51:07 AM »
apology accepted

Now, tell me about Zechariah 14:4-5

I told you last year. It was CONDITIONAL. Jehovah said, "Return to me and I will return to you" (1:1-3). israel did not meet the condition. therefore, Zechariah 14 will NEVER be fulfilled (supporting verse, Jeremiah 32:18).

Prove that the kingdom promises were unconditional. Reconcile your unconditional view with what Jesus said about the kingdom being taken away and given to a nation "that bears the fruit of it."

You can't just assume that the kingdom promises were unconditional. You MUST prove it!

thinker

Of course, they were conditional.  Just like "eternal life" is conditional!