2016-08-31

#Jesus will dethrown the Devil influencing our thoughts?

8.27: co.apt/relig/christian#jw.org/
Jesus will dethrown the Devil influencing our thoughts:
. some Jehovah's Witnesses are inviting me
to read their pamphlet;
it responds to those who would ask:
why believe in god?;
well, the existence of the god is obvious to me:
I noticed from "mental illness" [telepathy]
that thoughts come from the supernatural;
from the devil or the god -- hard to tell the diff because
good can lead to bad, and bad to good;
and the bible says the devil can tempt us;
so I figured we are really fooled:
actually, all our thoughts are influenced by the supernatural.
. the man agreed: just look at the world;
his wife gave me a tract to address that concern:

who really controls the world?
the god? humans? other?

the evil one controls the whole world:
[1 john 5:19]
19 We are certain that we are of the god,
but all the world is in the power of the Evil One.

the son of god came... to destroy the devil's work:
[1 john 3:8]
The sinner is a child of the Evil One;
for the Evil One has been a sinner from the first.
And the Son of God was seen on earth
[tachlis[the aim of the god]
was made hisgalus[the hidden exposed]
of the Ben HaElohim[son of the supernatural]]
so that he might put an end to the works of the Evil One.

revelation 12:12 explains the world's problems:
Be glad then, O heavens, and you who are in them.
But there is trouble for the earth and the sea:
because the Evil One has come down to you, being very angry,
having the knowledge that he has but a short time.
[Psalms 96:11; Isaiah 44:23; 49:13]

why our world will change for the better:
[1 john 2:17]
And the world and its desires is coming to an end:
but he who does God's pleasure is living for ever.
[8.31: this universe provides us with the ability
to have our civilization survive eternally;
and we have the ability to enforce the Good law
upon the entire planet (illuminati globalism)].

why believe the bible? god cannot lie:
[hebrews 6:18]:
18 So that we, who have gone in flight from danger
to the hope which has been put before us,
may have a strong comfort in two unchanging things,
in which it is not possible for God to be false;
[ the future life of the dead,
and of the judging on the last day.-- Heb 6:2]
19 And this hope is like a strong band for our souls,
fixed and certain, and going in to that which is
inside the veil
[inside the parochet in a synagogue
that covers the Aron Kodesh containing the
Sifrei Torah or Torah scrolls.
The parochet symbolizes the curtain that
covered the Ark of the Covenant, based on Exodus 40:21.]
20 Where Jesus has gone before us,
as a high priest for ever after the order of Melchizedek.
[. assuming this verse implies why god cannot lie,
there is circular reasoning:
why believe the bible?
it is written by the god who cannot lie;
how do we know the god cannot lie?
it is written in the bible;
and why believe the bible? etc.
. let's be clear: the devil is the great deceiver,
and is ruler of this world;
part if its deception could be appearing to be
a very pure god. the whole bible could be demonic
except where science proves otherwise:
we know something is bad because it harms us:
reduces our chance of our community surviving,
or it causes some displeasure unnecessarily,
when community survival does not require it.]

when the god Jehovah promises to do something,
it is as good as done: [Isaiah 55:10-11:]
10 For as the rain and snow come down from heaven,
and does not go back again, but gives water to the earth,
and makes it fertile, giving seed to the planter,
and bread for food;
11 So will my word be which goes out of my mouth:
it will not come back to me with nothing done,
but it will give effect to my purpose,
and do that for which I have sent it.
[. all we know of the god or devil or supernatural
is that it is powerful and can make things happen;
a prophet is one who has heard the word of the god,
and can tell us what the supernature plans to do.
. the problem is knowing who is a prophet
and to what extent.
. for instance Jesus predicted the fall of Israel,
but he also predicted that a fig tree would have fruit;
then when he found it did not,
he angrily killed the tree with a curse.
[Matthew 21:19; Mark 11:14]
. Jesus assured us there is life after death,
in which we will exist as angels.
. is this another fig sighting?
. then again he promised a renewed world:
a kingdom of peace and brotherly love;
and technology could easily make this happen soon.
. the final war would leave one military surviving
which would implement global arms control.
. the winner of that final war could be
the Prince of Peace, a virtual Jesus 2nd coming;
and the prophecy of a messiah would come true.