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Lol. They gotta make the sauce for the week.

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Lol. They gotta make the sauce for the week.


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"Cryptic bets, hot dog/hamburger discussion, threats, wigger cucumber, and so on. Good thread. Helps with the insomnia and is more fun than Statistics homework."

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Did the priest give out Sunday NFL winners??
"Cryptic bets, hot dog/hamburger discussion, threats, wigger cucumber, and so on. Good thread. Helps with the insomnia and is more fun than Statistics homework."

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Nobody watches the NFL, pal.

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Sunday invisible sauce

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Loll. Just caught this.

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Yanks is a shifty Italian. Invisible at church and makes invisible sauce. Every Sunday he makes it. Forum has never seen it.

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Is this real?

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Church :laugh

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Sauce :laugh


Holy Moly!

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Church :laugh


Not cool
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Yanks is a shifty Italian. Invisible at church and makes invisible sauce. Every Sunday he makes it. Forum has never seen it.
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No cool either

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God loves Yanks too. Rejoice!

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1 Corinthians 2:14 New King James Version (NKJV)

But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.
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Amen

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1 Corinthians 2:14 New King James Version (NKJV)

But the natural man does not receive the things of the Spirit of God, for they are foolishness to him; nor can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned.

 

Does this mean that non-believers are incapable of understanding God, while believers only are capable of understanding?



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Does this mean that non-believers are incapable of understanding God, while believers only are capable of understanding?


Imo, but sort of out of order. If you were capable of understanding, then one would be a believer. Just my interpretation. Let me have a second cup of coffee before committing to that answer,
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For the natural (ego-self/physical/sense-driven) does not receive (reception) spiritual things (unseen/spirit vs. matter/non-physical) for they (these Spirit concepts) are madness (foolish/incomprehensible) to him, and he not able to know (Truth) them, because they are "spiritually discerned ... KNOWN by the Spirit (indwelling/unseen)"

You see, this was Paul's way of explaining what he was trying to teach them was not to be taken physically, literally, or historically ... it was allegory, metaphor, Truth contained within a myth or fable. Therefore, to be "spiritually discerned" is to look beyond the physical (metaphysical) into the realm of the unseen. As Jesus was quoted as saying "the Kingdom comes without observation" ... meaning you can't see it. Just as we cannot see air, or breath, or Spirit (pneuma). Therefore one who is Pneumatikos, is one who can discern/know the inner meaning ... the temple built without hands.

Just a thought ...

~Justin Taylor, ORDM., OCP., DM.



That makes sense to me.
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Good work, Houser

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Same to you RD.
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