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Thankfully for humanity, Christianity remains as a 'leaven' for the 'dough' of society, that though small, works at trasnforming culture into something close to civilization.

 

Unfortunately for England, with abortion on demmand, gay marriage and adoption, we can see at work a 'new ideologoy of evil', more insideous than the other ideologoies of evil of the 20th century, that work towards the destruction of society.

 

What my time travel experience shows me, however, is that you can't ignore the reality of God and the reality of His morality. Ultimately all man will have to render an account before the Judgment Seat of Christ, and England is no exception. May God have mercy on your souls.

 

 

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I have to take issue with your views on Englands laws regarding gay marriage, abortion, etc.

 

I would say that gay marriage is just another way these people are committing themselves to each other. Surely that is what christians do? As a matter of fact a Lesbian Vicar has just married her partner today, is that wrong in your blinkered eyes? And didn't your jesus once say something along the lines of 'judge not lest ye be judged' or some such quote? What about, let he who is without sin cast the first stone?

 

I would like to hear your views on that 'Covenant', because you again seem to have proven that if you have visited with jesus, you obviously didn't hear a word. From what I have read etc, jesus would be welcoming these gay people into his home, he doesn't discriminate whether you are black, white, jew, whore, gay. If you say he did, then he is not a very wise being is he?

 

I would say though, that you represent the minority who seek to impose their twisted logic to the teachings of jesus. But of course i am not religious, I seek no meaning to life, I just am.

 

I will say this though, England is not alone in progressing from a frightened religious people, to a civilised forward thinking people, we have realised that religion doesn't need to pay a part in our lives, it can if you wish it, but the majority don't need it, they are happy to put family first, to make good their time amongst those around them, to do the right thing. You don't need religion for that!

 

 

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Don't bother mate.

 

This guy is a fruit loop.

 

He will not answer your questions.

 

All he will do is preach some quotes from the bible with his own self important "taint" attached to make him self feel good.

 

He is a 'full-on ego maniac' on a self initiated religious mission to teach us all … that he is an idiot.

 

He will tell you that 'you are a fool' whilst attempting to raise his inner self image to that of a man that been given a free time travel ticket to meet Jesus because of his 'special relationship' with God he has been granted this gift. The first one to do so in living history he is. It makes him feel all so important.

 

I think that he is a nut.

 

The fact that he claims that he actually travelled back 2000 years suggest that he himself is a liar. I actually think that he is as "Christian" as my right boot.

 

Ignore him.

 

 

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The world has lost its sense of sin. Not just its sense of right and wrong, but its sense of sin. That is, that actions have a moral dimension that transcends merely the 'social order' and indeed that God, as the Supreme Being and Judge of the Universe, will require that mankind render an account for their lives here on earth.

 

Jesus Christ was Mercy Himself. Yes, he welcomed the sinner, but for what? To tell them to keep on sinning? No. He welcomed the sinner so that He could SAVE them, HEAL them, and GUIDE THEM IN THE WAY OF ETERNAL LIFE.

 

Jesus said, "If your hand or your foot causes you to sin, cut it off and throw it away. It is better for you to enter life maimed or crippled than to have two hands or two feet and be thrown into eternal fire."(Mt.18:8)

 

It was a typical Middle Eastern means of expression, not to be taken literally. But the point is literal: sin is to be avoided like the plague.

 

And homosexual relations IS sin. GRAVE SIN. Jesus said of the Law of Moses,

 

"Do not think that I came to destroy the Law or the Prophets. I did not come to destroy but to fulfill." (Mt. 5:17)

 

The Law of Moses says of homosexual relations are an 'abomination', saying,

 

"If a man lies with a man as one lies with a woman, both of them have done what is detestable. They must be put to death; their blood will be on their own heads." (Lev.20.13)

 

Its a sin so serious that in Moses' day, God said that the death penalty had to be imposed. For Christians, its a sin that excludes man from the grace of God, and as such, from heaven. Unrepented it leads to eternal damnation.

 

What we are seeing in England, a country that was once Christian, is a a great 'apostasy'. That so called 'Christians' are condoning this immorality only means that we should take St. Paul's warning more seriously when he said,

 

"But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let him be ANATHAMA, eternally condemned!" (Gal.1.8)

 

Yes, I have heard the voice of God, and YES, I have met Moses and YES, I have time travelled 2000 years. Was I called? Of course. But in a certain sense, i WAS CALLED BECAUSE I WAS THE ONLY ONE WHO SOUGHT, REALLY SOUGHT GOD, AND ON HIS TERMS, NOT MINE.

 

Thats the key. Seeking God, accepting His Law, believing in the miracles of the Bible as FACT. Any other type of faith is utterly meaningless. Most of the Church of England belongs to that 'meaningless faith' group, so what you described doesn't suprise me.

 

But what did suprise me is when you said that you seek no meaning in your life. I think that pretty much sums it up, that your opinion is meaningless. Worthless. Unless you begin to ponder life, unless you seek truth and have the inclination to follow that truth, then you don't have a right to come in here and lecture me. You really don't have a right to an opinion on any moral matter because morality is the study of Truth.

 

Thats what it comes down to. Who seeks the Truth? Who truly seeks God? I did, and I time travelled 2000 years. Maybe if you sought the truth you too would time travel.

 

 

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I take issue with your allegations of 'ego maniac' and so on. YES I might be the only man in history who has time travelled, but thats just the level that I'm on. It may seem AMAZING to you, but its my calling, its just who I am. I've lived with it 12 years, and its a great gift, but its also a burden. It doesn't make you full of pride, rather it humbles you.

 

Moses used to speak face to face DAILY with God. Was he an 'ego maniac'? Hardly.

 

The Bible says,

 

"Now Moses was a very humble man, more humble than anyone else on the face of the earth."

 

(Num.12:3)

 

I'm the same. Because I've seen God on that level, I know how little I am. I'm probably the most humble man on the face of the earth right now.

 

 

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I take issue with your allegations of 'ego maniac' and so on. YES I might be the only man in history who has time travelled, but thats just the level that I'm on. It may seem AMAZING to you, but its my calling, its just who I am. I've lived with it 12 years, and its a great gift, but its also a burden. It doesn't make you full of pride, rather it humbles you.

Do you think that the Pope is humble also?

 

Here's the story from the News Wires:-

 

VATICAN CITY (Reuters) - Pope Benedict warned on Sunday against rampant materialism which he said was polluting the spirit of Christmas.

 

Here is how it has been described by Fark.com:-

 

Pope denounces materialism from balcony of marble, gold-domed building in midst of jewel-encrusted religious icons while wearing giant gold cross

 

 

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I can't judge Pope Benedict's heart, but people who knew him as Cardinal Ratzinger always use the words 'humble' and 'shy' and 'reserved' to describe him.

 

Pope Benedict's first words to the crowd assembled under his balcony following his election were,

 

"Dear brothers and sisters, after our great pope, John Paul II, the cardinals have elected me, a simple, humble worker in God's vineyard. I am consoled by the fact that the Lord knows how to work and how to act, even with insufficient tools, and I especially trust in your prayers."

 

So, he certainly describes himself as humble, and I think he probably is. But again, only God can truly answer that question.

 

But this nonsense about the Vatican being so rich and so forth, you have to understand that the entire building is a PRICELESS WORK OF ART DATING BACK FOUR CENTURIES!!! Now I've been there, and I don't know if you have, but its one of the most amazing places on earth, and I have traveled the globe so I know what I'm talking about!

 

You can't sell whats pricelss to give it to the poor, and even if you did, you would feed a small percentage of the world's poor and you would impoverish generations who would miss out on Michaelangelo's masterpieces!

 

As Jesus said, 'The poor you have with you always, Me you don't always have.' Ditto St. Peter's: its in honor of God, and if the lovers of the world give all that they have, nothing held back, then so will we.

 

 

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Moses used to speak face to face DAILY with God.

The Bible's old testiment dates back so many years that Moses may not have even existed. It may have been that his tale served to act METIPHORICLY to explain Jesus' ministry and explain why the Isrealites were chosen people.

 

Additionally, God also says that's a truly humble man never say's he is humble. That's just being cocky. "Heaven has many mansions of room, but no room for the rich."

 

 

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I always laugh when people say that Moses may not have existed, because I've stood right in front of him!

 

Part of my 'vision of the night' included an audience with Moses; I know what he looks like, made eye contact with him, and yes, he is very real and yes he exists.

 

The greatest fools in the world are those who try and interperet the Bible and 'explain it away'. They don't know what they are talking about. I do. I know its real, and thats why I was graced with my time travel experience, amoung numerous other supernatural events.

 

Don't question the Bible. Just read it. Believe it, and change your life around its teachings. Thats all. Quite simply really when you think about it!

 

 

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Well, I'm not lieing, I only speak the truth....

 

And I'm not the only one who sees 2000 years ago as present.

 

In Southern Bosnia, there is a town called 'Medjugorje'. Since 1981, Our Lady, the Mother of Jesus, has been appearing daily to visionaries.

 

At exactly 6:40pm they fall to their knees, and before them appears a woman 'clothed with the sun'. Its the Mother of Jesus, and she wears a white veil and a gold dress, she is supported on a cloud and wears a crown of twelve stars. She is beautiful, with black hair and blue eyes....

 

And every Christmas, she appears with the Child Jesus in her arms. He is a new born baby. And I realize because of this, that through faith (the exact process I explained above) you can make 2000 years ago a reality. You can make any time a reality. Time travel can and does happen.

 

But it take a miracle.

 

If you want to read more about Medjugorje, read Mary Craig's "Spark from Heaven: the Mystery of the Madonna of Medjugorje". It details the medical and scientific tests that prove that yes, they are having real apparitoins that cannot be explained by the experts.

 

 

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I realy do not belive this was an astral projection, I'm doing it all the time since 30 years ago and it is not sound like that to me, it's a lot of myth on that.

 

I belive it's simple lucid dream or hipnagogic alucination, but not an oobe (out of body experience).

 

More, I do not think so, I tray to do so, going to past, but I cudn't, it's more probable to going a near future, and again, probable we see, not the future but a parallel world, it is dificult to realy know the true behind it.

 

 

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I am not a "hopless hoax" at all.

 

Let me tell you a story.

 

Yes, my time travel experience happened in a state where I was in a 'dream', but according to Scripture, "When a prophet of the Lord is amoung you, I speak to him in dreams, I reveal myself to him in visions." (Numbers 12.6)

 

Dreams is part of the 'modus operandi' of God's revelation to His people. And when its a 'dream' from the Lord, its not like a normal dream that everyone experiences in a REM state (although most people cannot remember their dreams).

 

Of course people can say, "It was only a dream"...but God has given me signs as well.

 

I mentioned Medjugorje above. Thats the place where Our Lady is appearing daily to visionaries. Well, I've been there, and a select few people are permitted to be present for the apparition. I was fortunate to be one of those people. And I gathered with priests and other select people and prayed before a small table with religious items on it. The visionary Ivan Dragicevic entered the room and together we prayed the Rosary. At 6.40pm exactly he fell on his knees and looked up to see the Virgin Mary. We in the room couldn't see anything, but we could FEEL it. It was an overpowering feeling. The vision lasted 10 minutes, and when I left the room I felt 'hit' by the sense of being back on earth.

 

Well, 7 months later to the day I saw a 'sign' from God. It was a massive fireball moving across the sky at night. IT had to be 3 times larger the sun, and moving in a deterimined fashion. It dissapeared into a cloud after a few seconds and the sky flashed with light, though there was no storm.

 

I didn't realize it at the time, but it was 7 months to the day and minute since I had been in the apparition room.

 

Its all part of my spiritual journey, and it not only makes Medjugorje authentic in my view, but it was God's STAMP OF APPROVAL on my time travel experience.

 

So, this is no 'hoax'. Its the 'finger of God', and its a drama that's still unfolding.

 

I invite people to turn to Jesus, to allow His love and power to work on them. If you do, your life will be changed. Its an adventure, and its one that I think is worth taking (despite the crosses and assaults of the devil.)

 

A quote I think sums up the experience of faith and time travel:

 

'Come to the edge, he said. They said: We are afraid. Come to the edge, he said. They came. He pushed them and they flew.'

 

Guillaume Apollinaire(French Poet and Critic who helped to direct poetry into unexplored channels, 1880-1918)

 

 

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I have time travelled back 2000 years. I was present for the crucifixtion of Jesus Christ. It happened in a dream in 1993, but this was no dream: dreams are fuzzy, this was clear, dreams deal in 2-D, this was 3-D. I saw Him in His final moments on the Cross, and though it was so dark that I could only see when the ligthning was striking, the outline of His body and the way it hung on the Cross couldn't have come from my mind.

urm.. sorry to rian on your parade, but i can prove conclusively that you did not in fact travel back in time, merely experienced some sort of hallucination. How do i know for certain? well a simple fact: Jesus did not die on a cross, which is what you clearly saw in your 'vision' but on a stake, his hands nailed to the top of the stake, not stretched out either side on the arms of the cross, as there was no cross on this stake, it was like this: | and nothing else. fact. therefore you did not witness the actual event, and all this discussion about language and such is irellevent.

 

 

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Jesus didn't die on a stake. The only people who think that are the Jehova Witnesses, which also twist the Scripture in every other way, including thinking that Jesus was actually St. Michael the Archangel incarnate.

 

Scripture and Archeology confirms that it was a Cross, and not a stake. Read this article: http://www.freeminds.org/doctrine/cross.htm

 

But I don't need any archeology to determine whether it was a cross or a stake. I was there and I saw it. It was absolutely a Cross: and quite longer than expected.

 

And yes, I am sincere: what would I be gaining from lying about this? I certainly havaen't received much praise from people on this forum, let alone any financial benefit.

 

I saw what I saw. It was a religious experience, but it also confirmed the truth of time travel.

 

 

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Hi everyone.

 

This is my first posting on these boards. I have been reading for a while now and after reading this topic, I just had to join and add my little comment in.

 

GoodScientist -

 

YOU! are very interesting to read.

 

I like your viewpoints and what you had to say on this issue. I share extremely similar, if not identicle views on christianity as you.

 

Well done on putting it into such a good argument!

 

I will be following this thread for quite some time.

 

Kind regards,

 

treestump

 

 

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Treestump,

 

If you've got a message for "good scientist" then please use the Private Message button. Thats what its there for.

 

As for agreeing with him-I hope you realize that you are joining company with one who cannot enter the Kingdom of God. Please...if you only knew what awaits you in the afterlife. The path to heaven is easy: faith and living a life according to Christ's teachings. If I were you I would take a serious look again at the Gospels.

 

 

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Look I think its nice that Covenant has gone back to see Jesus' historically unsupported crucifixion - I think we should have a competition - Best Time Travelling Story To Fictional Events In The Past

 

Obviously Covenant is well out there with this creative / plagiarised entirely from the Christian Bible bit of hogwash but only last week I went back to 1899 and attended the Martian invasion of Earth a la HG Wells. Them Tripods are big buggers I can tell you!

 

 

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