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  14. Karen says:

    If you don’t already access it, you might want to bookmark a website called hiddeninthecrag.com. Note his newest posts on Noahide Law and the GOAT sacrifice to
    perhaps kick off a 70 nations formation.

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  15. Kevin McMillen says:

    I’m a firm believer in the symbolism of a seven thousand year plan and that the seven day week is symbolic of that plan, with the Sabbath picturing the Millennium.
    I also believe the seven days of unleavened bread pictures the seven thousand years that God is bringing mankind out of sin.
    The Feast of Tabernacles too, the seven days pictures the seven thousand years that God has placed mankind in physical tabernacles, the flesh.
    What I find interesting about John 7 is how Jesus’ brethren wanted him to go up to the feast but he said it wasn’t his time yet.
    Then in the “midst” of the feast he went to the Temple and taught. The midst of the Feast would be the fourth day. Why did God wait four thousand years to send Jesus? Because it fit the symbolism, or more likely the symbolism fits what God did.
    It also fits the symbolism for Passover and Unleavened Bread. The fourth day of the week, Wednesday, is the day that Jesus was crucified.
    That week two thousand years ago, the 10th day of the first month was a Sabbath when the Passover lamb was selected. Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem was on that day. The next seven days picture God’s seven thousand year plan. The tenth being before God’s plan started and therefore Jesus is the lamb slain from before the foundation of the world.
    Four days later, on Wednesday, or the midst of God’s plan, Jesus was crucified at the end of the day. Just as Jesus came to earth at the end of the fourth millennia.
    This is one of the reasons that I’m a firm believer in a Wednesday crucifixion. It fits the symbolism perfectly. It also fits Daniel perfectly too, Messiah being cut off in the midst of the week.
    That’s also why I believe the seventh day of the Feast of Tabernacles pictures the millennium, including the Great White Throne Judgement, because we are to dwell in tabernacles during that time. People in the GWTJ will still be in the flesh.
    The Eighth day there is no command to live in a physical tabernacle. The Eighth day is when Israel left their tabernacles. Which pictures the time when we are no longer in physical bodies but in spirit bodies. I think the Eighth day pictures eternity in God’s family as spirit.
    Kevin

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  16. Kevin McMillen says:

    An email that I sent a friend regarding Col. 2:16,17

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    One other thing to consider which I’ve been unable to get a good answer from anyone teaching against gentiles keeping the sabbath is, just who was judging the uncircumcised Colossians? Most Protestants will tell you that the same ones from Acts 15, believers from the Pharisee party were judging them for not keeping the sabbath but that makes no sense, for as the Rabbi’s whom you’ve questioned reveal that Jews never required uncircumcised gentiles to keep the sabbath or feasts. That’s why Acts 15 is about circumcision and coming under the whole law, and to the Pharisees the whole law meant the written law as well as the oral law.

    Since the Colossians were not circumcised, no Jew would judge them for not keeping the sabbath and feasts until they were circumcised.

    So, who was judging them in regards to eating, drinking, sabbaths, feasts, and when to keep the feasts (new moons)? Consider the possibility that the Colossians were indeed keeping the sabbaths and the feasts while uncircumcised, the believing Pharisees would most certainly be judging them for that, especially if the Colossians were only obeying the written law and not the oral traditions.

    Honestly that’s the only explanation of Col. 2 that makes any sense. They were keeping the sabbath and feasts, just like the Corinthians were keeping the days of unleavened bread 1Cor. 5:8, but they weren’t keeping them according to the traditions of the Pharisees. Which is why they were being judged.

    Kevin McMillen
    Kevinmcmillen64@gmail.com

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  17. Kevin McMillen says:

    Something I had written on another blog:

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    Kevin McMillen said…
    Herbert Armstrong didn’t understand the covenants either or he wouldn’t have built a legalistic cult!

    Only one covenant ever “required” law keeping and that one started at Sinai and ended at the cross.

    However, our creator God requires law keeping. The soul that sinneth it shall die. Covenant has absolutely nothing to do with what our creator requires of us.

    The sole purpose of the New Covenant in Jesus’ blood (N.C.) is to forgive our law breaking. He didn’t come to give us a free “break the law all you want” card. He came to redeem us from the death sentence imposed by our breaking the law.

    The N.C. does not require law keeping, but our creator does. It is still sin to break the law. Again, covenants have absolutely nothing to do with it.

    If the N.C. “required” law keeping then the first time we sin it’s done, over. The N.C. requires faith in Jesus Christ and it’s the means by which our sins are forgiven. We confess our sins to Jesus and he is faithful to forgive them.

    The main thing to remember is that God still requires law keeping and the requirement isn’t because of any covenant agreement, it’s because he is our creator. And he’s provided a means to be forgiven of law breaking and that’s the New Covenant in Jesus’ blood.

    Kevin McMillen

    April 2, 2019 at 1:02 PM

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    • Pete Rambo says:

      Jeremiah 31:31 says, ”Behold, days are coming,” declares the Lord, ”when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah,..”

      Several important items to note: it is a covenant, contrary to you saying, ‘covenants have absolutely nothing to do with it.’

      It is a Renewed covenant, the Hebrew here translated as ‘new’ is חדש meaning renewed as in, rosh chodesh, translated a new moon, but in actuality is a refreshed or renewed moon. This isconfirmed in the Greek in Hebrews 8:8 where the author uses ‘neos’ and not ‘kainos’ when speaking if the covenant.

      The renewed covenant is with the house of Israel and the house of Judah… you need to figure out how you fit in that equation… either way, you are part of Israel! And, the Elohim of Israel has a standard that is unchanging and everlasting..

      Shalom.

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  18. Kevin McMillen says:

    Pete, I feel sorry for people like you. You’re like an elementary school kid arguing quantum mechanics with a college graduate. You’re so young you don’t understand that you have the truth being presented before your very eyes, and too arrogant to admit that you could learn something. You’ve admitted yourself that you don’t understand Paul, and here you are arguing with someone who has kept the sabbath and feasts much longer than yourself. Hilarious.

    Goodbye

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  19. Kevin McMillen says:

    One other thing before I go. The reason I said the law has nothing to do with covenants is because it doesn’t. Do I have to make a contract or covenant with my kids before expecting them to obey me? No. But if they have a problem in one area of obedeience I might say, if you clean your room as you’re supposed to then I’ll take you out for ice cream tonight.

    Is cleaning the room only a requirement because of the agreement that I made? No. Again, I guess you’re still too young to understand. Better to be legalistic than anti-nomian like protestants I guess. One day you’ll grow up and realize the truth is somewhere in between and you’ll realize that Kevin McMillen once tried to show you thus.

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