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duxrow
10-12-2013, 09:10 AM
NEW WINE!
The Bible just DARES you to believe it! The natural man scoffs at the story of how Jesus turned the water into wine (his FIRST miracle), or how Moses turned the water to blood, and even how Joseph turned the corn into bread. This miracle of Jesus is the first one he does for every believer who becomes filled with the Living Water and desires the Spiritual Gifts, and asks for the Holy Ghost baptism with the first evidence of speaking in other tongues.

And, have you noticed this unique correlation?
"Whatsoever he says to you, do" -- that's what Pharaoh said to those who wanted bread, and that's what Jesus' mother said when they wanted wine.
Compare John2:5, with Gen41:55, (maybe a difference in versions other than KJV..) Question is 'Do you Want it? :winking0071:

sylvius
10-13-2013, 05:48 AM
NEW WINE!
The Bible just DARES you to believe it! The natural man scoffs at the story of how Jesus turned the water into wine (his FIRST miracle), or how Moses turned the water to blood, and even how Joseph turned the corn into bread. This miracle of Jesus is the first one he does for every believer who becomes filled with the Living Water and desires the Spiritual Gifts, and asks for the Holy Ghost baptism with the first evidence of speaking in other tongues.

And, have you noticed this unique correlation?
"Whatsoever he says to you, do" -- that's what Pharaoh said to those who wanted bread, and that's what Jesus' mother said when they wanted wine.
Compare John2:5, with Gen41:55, (maybe a difference in versions other than KJV..) Question is 'Do you Want it? :winking0071:


That's a great,connection, Dux!


(Sylvius would say it is about the sixth day (the six waterpots of stone); the sixth connected to the seventh through the letter "hey" that was added to "shishi", which was Joseph's seed, "hey lachem zèra" (Genesis 47:23),. when falling in the good earth yielding hundredfold )

duxrow
10-24-2013, 07:59 AM
:nono: Don't be a Gibeonite!
Bread and Wine are Symbols of Communion. KJV translators called it a League instead of a covenant, but it's still "berith" in Hebrew, in the case of Joshua versus the lying Gibeonites of Joshua chapter 9. Because they feared being attacked by Israel, they fabricated the story of being from a far country, evidenced by their mouldy bread and dried wineskins; the symbols of communion.

I'm persuaded this story was written 'for our learning' -- an allegory to warn us against those liars who don't have the Living Bread (Jesus) and New Wine like in Acts2:13. :thumb: