Tags archives: Natural Man/Mankind

  • ​Mike, If the serpent in John 3:14 signifies the second Adam, does the serpent in the garden signify (the self nature) of the fir​st Adam? Thank you for your reply, S____ Hi, S​____, Thank you for your question. You asked: If the serpent in John 3:14 signifies the second Adam, does the se... [read more]
  • Mike, Here is an excerpt from one of your letters on judgment: "Man is the beast, Rev 13:18 says Here is wisdom ..., let him that hath wisdom count the number of the beast for it is the number of mankind ... There's no article there. The 'a' is not there; it is not the number of 'a' man; i... [read more]
  • Hello, First I would like to Thank God with you for the site you have online. Next, I think I understand most of what you have relayed regarding the off- handed way I had thought the New Testament quoted the old. I just figured that somehow the quotes were perhaps lost through translation. The one t... [read more]
  • Hello Mike, This is interesting to me. Something I was just looking at, but as usual all things in this world have to do with the gospel. In the four gospels I searched the two names - Jesus and Christ. In Matthew the name Jesus appears 170 times and the name Christ appears 17 times. In Mark the nam... [read more]
  • Audio Links Download Part 1 [audio:http://www.iswasandwillbe.com/audio/FloweryBranch/Book_of_Revelation/Revelation_9_17_21.mp3] Video Links Download Part 1 [jwplayer config="Out-of-the-Box" file="http://www.iswasandwillbe.com/video/Flash/Revelation/Revelation_9_17_21.flv"] Rev 9:16&n... [read more]
  • Mike, Hope you are well. Was curious if you had any insight as to the spiritual significance of Jesus touching the blind man twice to fully restore his sight. My hunch was that this represents being "in Christ", "yet carnal". M____ Hi M____, You are right on! Here is the healing you reference in Mar... [read more]
  • Hi Brother Mike, I understand your reasoning in arguing against the prevailing notion within Christian circles of an immortal soul. Howbeit, there is a peculiar Scripture verse that appears to be problematic, namely 1Co 2:11, which reads thus: "For who among men knows the thoughts of a man except th... [read more]