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Happiness Despite A Lawless, Loveless World?

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goodlife | 09:55 Fri 01st Apr 2022 | Religion & Spirituality
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The due time draws near for the rightful Lawgiver, Jehovah, to take action against this lawless world, and bringing a new world. (Isaiah 14:7)
In his own day the psalmist, as a lover of God’s law, wept over the situation. (Psalm 119:136) A few days before undergoing a cruel martyr’s death, Jesus Christ wept over the tradition-keeping but lawbreaking city of Jerusalem. (Luke 19:41) Thirty-seven years after the Jews had crowned their lawbreaking by having the innocent Messiah, Jesus Christ, put to death at Gentile hands, Jehovah did act. (Psalm 119:126) The mournful things foreseen by Jesus Christ did come upon the city in 70 C.E

Today that which was foreshadowed by Jerusalem, and the Jewish people over which she ruled, is involved on a tremendously larger scale. Christendom, her modern-day lawbreaking people counterpart, is far greater than ancient Jerusalem and the nation of Israel. In his own way Jehovah will put into the hearts of the political elements of this world to turn against all organized religion of the world.

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//The due time draws near for the rightful Lawgiver, Jehovah, to take action against this lawless world, and bringing a new world.//

When exactly?
Look mate, just keep taking the tablets. Ooops, that's what they said to Moses. He used to be the oldest player in top division - Moses, played for Man U.
//The due time draws near for the rightful Lawgiver, Jehovah, to take action against this lawless world, and bringing a new world.//

When exactly?

Thursday afternoon, 2.15. Be there or be square
My world is neither lawless nor loveless. If yours is, Goodlife, I feel very sorry for you.

It's the way the believers try to convince the rest to believe. Follow me and everything will be better. And when you die, you'll be even happier.
They spend their lives thinking about death. What a waste.
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Blind is also defined as being “unable or unwilling to discern or see.” This calls to mind a popular saying: “None so blind as those who won’t see.
That sums you up nicely, Goodlife. Well done.
Who is the 'she' and 'her' in your latest rambling incoherent post?
Zacs, you do know that when God made man she was only joking? ;o)

I think he's talking about Jerusalem .... but I might be wrong.
I'd no idea! Cruel woman.

Maybe GL will explain.
I think "she" refers to the city of Jerusalem.

PS - is the a 1st April wind up?
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And again.
Blind is also defined as being “unable or unwilling to discern or see.” This calls to mind a popular saying: “None so blind as those who won’t see.
Well, that's cleared things up no end. Thanks, GL.
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Instead of being deceived by blind leaders, how happy are those who open their eyes to the good news about God’s Kingdom! Declared Jesus: “For this judgment I came into this world: that those not seeing might see.” (John 9:39)
// The due time draws near //

Always near but never quite here.

Goodlife, you’re one of those blind leaders.
goodlife:
"In his own way Jehovah will put into the hearts of the political elements of this world to turn against all organized religion of the world."

What do you mean when you write the above? I don't understand it.
Babylon! Or do I mean babble on. Poisonous garbage.

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