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    Mockingbird and Allie i hope you both reply to this post. what i would like to know from you both, and i accept you are both genuine in your faith and believe you think you know the truth is firstly, Allie , why do you not accept Jesus as being the prophesied (sp) mesiah. and secondly Mockingbird why you do accept Jesus as being the mesiah? forgive any spelling errors as i have partaken of the evil fermented grape this evening!! and lastly, are there any Islam followers out there??? thanks in advance BC

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    Mockingbird and Allie i hope you both reply to this post. what i would like to know from you both, and i accept you are both genuine in your faith and believe you think you know the truth is firstly, Allie , why do you not accept Jesus as being the prophesied (sp) mesiah. and secondly Mockingbird why you do accept Jesus as being the mesiah? forgive any spelling errors as i have partaken of the evil fermented grape this evening!! and lastly, are there any Islam followers out there??? thanks in advance BC

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    Mockingbird and Allie i hope you both reply to this post. what i would like to know from you both, and i accept you are both genuine in your faith and believe you think you know the truth is firstly, Allie , why do you not accept Jesus as being the prophesied (sp) mesiah. and secondly Mockingbird why you do accept Jesus as being the mesiah? forgive any spelling errors as i have partaken of the evil fermented grape this evening!! and lastly, are there any Islam followers out there??? thanks in advance BC

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    I don't accept Jesus as being the messiah because I don't feel he fulfilled the prophecies of the messiah. The temple was not rebuilt, The jews did not reclaim thier homeland, peace was not obtained. Some of the things they have claimed were 'prophecies' were not considered prophecies until Jesus came around, and they decided they were because they sounded like Jesus. Or in one case, it wasn't a prophecy, and the hebrew has been incorrectly translated.....it means "young woman" not "virgin".

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    I don't accept Jesus as being the messiah because I don't feel he fulfilled the prophecies of the messiah. The temple was not rebuilt, The jews did not reclaim thier homeland, peace was not obtained. Some of the things they have claimed were 'prophecies' were not considered prophecies until Jesus came around, and they decided they were because they sounded like Jesus. Or in one case, it wasn't a prophecy, and the hebrew has been incorrectly translated.....it means "young woman" not "virgin".

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    I don't accept Jesus as being the messiah because I don't feel he fulfilled the prophecies of the messiah. The temple was not rebuilt, The jews did not reclaim thier homeland, peace was not obtained. Some of the things they have claimed were 'prophecies' were not considered prophecies until Jesus came around, and they decided they were because they sounded like Jesus. Or in one case, it wasn't a prophecy, and the hebrew has been incorrectly translated.....it means "young woman" not "virgin".

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    And we have a different understanding of scripture. However, that is not the reason I believe.

    If you want to understand why I have faith, you must first understand my faith, of which you have shown no understanding. If you did, you would understand what it means when it says, "It does not depend on the man who wills or the man who runs, but on God who has mercy."

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    And we have a different understanding of scripture. However, that is not the reason I believe.

    If you want to understand why I have faith, you must first understand my faith, of which you have shown no understanding. If you did, you would understand what it means when it says, "It does not depend on the man who wills or the man who runs, but on God who has mercy."

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    And we have a different understanding of scripture. However, that is not the reason I believe.

    If you want to understand why I have faith, you must first understand my faith, of which you have shown no understanding. If you did, you would understand what it means when it says, "It does not depend on the man who wills or the man who runs, but on God who has mercy."

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    thanks Allie, i appreciate your response. Mockingbird, you avoided my question.

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