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James Kessler

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James Kessler last won the day on February 26 2020

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  1. In every instance a change of mind is centered on the change of a human will. Jon 3:10 And God saw their works, that they turned from their evil way; and God repented of the evil, that he had said that he would do unto them; and he did it not. He had already said He was going to do it, The destruction of Ninavah was not an idle threat it was an intent, He sent Jonah and the response to the message by the will of men caused the Father to change His mind. This is only one scripture of many. There are a multitude of such scripture that have this principle. Not just Jonah. The only
  2. Clearly if He brings up the possibility of removal then the possibility exits.
  3. Concerning the book of life, He talks about removing names rather than adding. It would seem God works from the positive rather than the negative allowing for every ones free will. At birth everyone's name is in the book. If this is the case why add those names if you know they will be lost. Some one said it this way. God is not in control but He is sovereign. He does not control people, if that was the case the world would not be in the condition it is. Free will must be free in order to be free will. His commandments are a part of His sovereignty. Sovereignty is about Lordship He is the L
  4. Yes brother is is during those times because we cannot that He becomes the most real, I've thought it funny concerning the nice clean Jesus without a drop of sweat carrying a lost and dirty lamb, which is also clean in the picture.
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