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I Felt I Should Drop in and Explain Why I Left

Discussion in 'Other Christian Denominations' started by Steven Yeadon, Mar 12, 2018.

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  1. Jerome

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    lexicon is approx. fifty words, several were used twice:

    Ah’Mah

    Ee 2
    ee-Nah-Trah

    Bah
    Veerah

    Pah
    Pah-ee-ah
    Pah-Nee-Ah

    Mah 2
    Mah-Nah-Krah
    Mah-Nah-Nah
    Mah-Nee
    Mah-trah
    Mahdrah 2
    Maraah
    Maru
    Maya
    Meenah
    MeeNuh
    Mee’nah
    Mee-Nah
    Mee’nuh 2
    Mee’Nuh
    Mee-nuh 2
    Mee-Rah
    Moe-Boo-Nah
    Moo-Goo

    Tah
    teh
    Ter-rah-Bah-Bah-Bah
    Ter-rah’bluh
    Tree-Mee’Ah

    Nah
    Nah-Krih
    Nah-Mee-ur
    Nee-Mah
    No

    Suh-Muh-Nuh-Nuh

    Loo-Bee-Bah-Nah
    rah’mah

    Cuh-Nah-Nah 2
    Cor-aih
    Cor-rey-ah
    Kor-rrr-ree-ah
    Koo-Ree-Ah
    Kohrrah
    Korrah
    Kah
    Keeah

    Let's see it...
     
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    The problem was not with the spirit. The problem was with David.
     
  3. One Baptism

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    That particular one seems borrowed from Samoan [I worship with Samoan brethren], for instance:

    'O le Tusi Pa'ia = the Holy Writing/Book [ie, the Holy Bible]

    Pa'ia sounds phonetically like "paw E ah" or "pah E ah"

    See also:

    Psalms 2:6 KJB - Yet have I set my king upon my holy hill of Zion.

    Psalms 2:6 Samoan - A o a'u, ua ou faauuina la'u Tupu i luga o Siona lo'u mauga paia.

    [whereas the "g" in Samoan is phonetically pronounced "gnaw", or "gn", as in "gnome"]​

    Others like "sapati" = sabbath, pronounces phonetically like "saw paw tee", or "sah pah tee"; and I in fact, know a Samoan brother named "Sapati", a Seventh-day Adventist
     
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    These simply look like phonetic spellings of "Korea" and "Korah"
     
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    You know that's no answer to the question I posed to you. You talk about praying for justice or salvation, and because you have the gift of miracles, it happens. Well, use that gift for every person in the world to be saved. Then question people you see randomly to see if you worked your miracle. Then report back.
     
  6. Steven Yeadon

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    Meenah - terror with the feeling of terror given

    Cor-rey-ah - Korea, I received a flash of a map of the Korean Peninsula with North Korea highlighted in blue. I also felt like I was about to sample street cuisine in Seoul South Korea by getting the same feeling I had while watching a show about Korean food.

    AhMah - appalled, with the feeling of watching the discovery of something horrifying like a dead body.

    TehRahmah - Jesus sitting enthroned. I see a pale golden light coming from a throne on a dais shrouded in darkness. I feel the weight of standing before a ruler enthroned above me.

    Translation: Feel terror, North Korea, appalled, is Jesus on his throne.


    Meenuh - I felt strong peace wash over me, peace

    Mahdrah - I heard obey, I saw an open bible by a candle on a stand, I saw a shadowy man weighed down with chains

    Interpretation: Peace, obey the bible!



    Nee-Mah Kor-rrr-ree-ah

    Interpretation: "You have done wrong," told this when acting with absurd pride and self-righteousness



    Ee-Nah-Trah - I see a valley when I first say this word, it is dark and decayed and dead but in the valley are soldiers fighting in melee, many soldiers. Soldiers that emit white bright light.

    Pah-ee-ah - I say this word and I see golden light emitting chariots crewed by men made of burning coals.all coming towards me, one chariot emits great fire around it on my left but I cannot see the specific chariot as it is behind other chariots.

    I said ee-Nah-Trah Pah-ee-ah and I saw a golden chariot flying through a sapphire blue expanse, was in reference to Mike Bickle's trance where he said he visited heaven



    Moo - I'm not



    Meenah - I felt peace around me, Peace

    Kohrrah - I felt strength and saw a bull with horns, Strength



    Mee'Nuh - I said this word and felt stark terror at something coming towards me with my mouth agape in fear. I heard “absolute terror” ephemerally whispered to my left ear.

    KooReeAh - I knew before saying the word the phrase “making weapons of war.” I said the word and got a vision of what seemed like a weapons laboratory with the feeling I get when thinking about ultra Hi-Tech science fiction weaponry. I then saw a torture chamber in the background with an iron maiden. I just knew that these torture implements had been invented by someone too and fled the revelation in revulsion and terror at what I saw. I came back and said the word KooRee-ah again to feel peace wash over me.

    Mee'nuh KooReeAh - literally is “absolute terror, making weapons of war.”



    No Nah-Krih Pah-Nee-Ah

    Translation:

    Be silent, your wisdom, is excrement.



    Tree-Mee’Ah

    Delivered in a song that was dark, macabre, and forceful song.

    Interpretation: “You are a SLAVE.”



    Mee-Rah Kah

    Interpretation: “The world is ending, HAVE PEACE!”



    Nah-Mee-ur

    Delivered in a song that was guttural and very dark and macabre. A funeral song.

    Interpretation: “You are doing well.” The context is in trials.


    Maru

    Interpretation: War!



    Maraah Keeah Moo-Goo

    Maraah - Being set free from bondage.

    Kee-ah - You

    Moo-Goo - demonic oppression.

    Interpretation: You are being set free from the bondage of demonic oppression.



    Ee-Yah Mor-Ah

    Given with a song of triumph

    Ee-Yah - His Return

    Mora-Ah - Is on its way

    Translation or Interpretation: His Return, Jesus’, is on its way.


    I will do more in time.
     
  7. Steven Yeadon

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    Ee Mah-trah Maya

    Ee - You

    Mah-Trah - Arriving at restful place

    Maya - Study of the Bible

    Said in reference to IHOPKC and the prayer movement.

    Interpretation: You are arriving to the prayer movement, a restful place to read the bible




    Mee’Nuh Loo-Bee-Bah-Nah Veerah Mah-Nah-Krah Mah

    Received just after working on preparation to be an intelligence analyst, given I have been told I am a competitive entry analyst for the DIA by a recruiter who went over my resume

    Mee’Nuh - Terrible Beast

    Loo-Bee-Bah-Nah - Devouring men

    Veerah - Space Vessel

    Mah-Nah-Krah - Making Desolation

    Mah - You Are

    Correct Translation or Interpretation: I am a beast devouring men, I make desolation from beyond my enemy’s ability to strike me.

    MeeNuh Korrah Bah

    Mee’nuh - Prowling Beast

    Kohr-rah - Is

    Bah - Sheep

    Convicted me of approaching this as just something fun and exciting to do as if it wasn't serious warfare.



    Mee-nuh Cor-aih Suh-Muh-Nuh-Nuh

    I uttered this over and over again in a soft way.

    Mee-nuh - Peace

    Cor-aih - Keep running

    Suh-Muh-Nuh-Nuh - And finish your race

    Interpretation: Have peace, keep running and complete your race


    That is enough for now I think.
     
  8. One Baptism

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    I noticed that the 'experiences' are entirely based in subjective "feeling": "feel", "feeling", "terror", "peace", "appalling", "I feel", "song", "dark", "very dark", "forceful", "demonic oppresion", "beast", "felt stark terror", and etc.

    What is more interesting to me is the association of the phonetically spelled utterances "TehRah" [as in "Ra", with a golden disk in Egyptian art/religion, for golden was the sun] with "Jesus" and a 'golden light'

    [for scriptually, KJB, the actual Throne of JEHOVAH in Heaven [3rd], is upon the clear sapphire crystal, as in Exodus 24:10; Ezekiel 1:26, 10:1 [which is what the Ten Commandments were carved from originally; Exodus 24:12 KJB, to match the borders of the garments of the priest, that they may remember God's Law, Numbers 15:38 KJB], and surrounding the throne is the Rainbow, shining like an Emerald; Revelation 4:3 KJB, and the light that surrounds Him is whiter than the whitest white; Mark 9:3 KJB, even as the angels of Heaven have, undimmed whiteness; Mark 16:5 KJB. However Satan does indeed have a throne also, Psalms 94:10; Revelation 2:13 KJB, since he is the prince of the power of the air [first heaven]; Ephesians 2:2 KJB, and is able to transform himself into an angel of light, 2 Corinthians 11:14 KJB, and he is associated with the house of the sun, Bethshemesh, Jeremiah 43:13 KJB]:

    "... TehRahmah - Jesus sitting enthroned. I see a pale golden light coming from a throne on a dais shrouded in darkness. I feel the weight of standing before a ruler enthroned above me. ..."

    In fact, this very thread title, says, "I felt ..."

    So, according to scripture, the Holy Ghost and the gifts thereof:

    John 16:13 KJB Howbeit when he, the Spirit of truth, is come, he will guide you into all truth: for he shall not speak of himself; but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak: and he will shew you things to come.
    The Holy Ghost speaks what is written in scripture, for the word of God is truth, the Law of God is truth [Isaiah 8:20; Psalms 119:142,151,172 KJB, etc], being sent of Jesus as His representative.

    Would you consider my question, thank you for considering and replying - I Felt I Should Drop in and Explain Why I Left
     
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    You sure it wasn't the babes? ;)
     
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    statements like this give us what we need to "try the spirits whether they are of God"
     
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    Bro Steve,

    Who will publish your manuscripts dear brother?

    rd
     
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    Still thinking on that. I am doing research right now, but I would like a more traditional process of getting an agent and submitting manuscripts than self publishing.

    It would likely be a Charismatic operation like Charisma House, because I do not think all Christian publishers print books that assume all the gifts are for today.
     
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    I would love to answer your question, but I guess I missed the question in there. Could you restate it?
     
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    You tell us that "Meenah" signifies: "terror with the feeling of terror given."

    Later on you say "Meenah" signifies: "I felt peace around me, Peace"

    Huh?
     
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    Speaking as a linguist, this is not a language. You are simply repeating sounds. For example, you have "Mee-nuh" as meaning "terrible beast," "prowling beast," and "peace." It is extremely unlikely that one lexical unit with two morphemes would mean two things so completely different. They could be homonyms, but I find that unlikely.

    Also, you have "Ee" as "you," and then "Mah" as "You are," and then "Suh-Muh-Nuh-Nuh" as "And finish your race." It would be extremely strange for a language to have three different words for "you," unless it had respect language like Japanese and Tibetan, but the semantic content of your supposed phrases do not allow for respect language.

    Also, note that you are simply giving words with some kind of meaning, and then making up sentences out of separated clauses and phrases. That is not how God gave the Bible in the original languages, and I find it incredibly unlikely that God would reveal things to you that way. There is nothing in the Bible that is similar.

    In Acts 2, God gave distinct, understandable, historical, contemporary languages. If God has given you a true "prayer language" or whatever you want to call it. it will be something similar, and you will be able to tell us exactly what language it is. That is what a Biblical tongue is: "And how hear we every man in our own tongue, wherein we were born?" Acts 2:8).

    I could say much more, but surely this is enough.
     
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    Works based??? I am a Catholic and have been since I found the Baptist church I attended from my early years was in error. I always believed just like you that the Catholic Church was wrong about works being necessary to salvation. Scripture points it out clearly.
    Works in Ephesians 2:8-9:

    For by grace you have been saved through faith; and this is not your own doing, it is the gift of God – not because of works, lest any man should boast.

    Once again, context is going to be key. In verses 4-6 St. Paul had just said:

    But God, who is rich in mercy, out of the great love with which he loved us, even when we were dead through our trespasses, made us alive together with Christ… and raised us up with him…

    Here St. Paul is talking about the initial grace of salvation or justification by which we Christians were raised from death unto life. The Catholic Church teaches in agreement with Scripture that this initial grace of salvation is entirely and absolutely unmerited.

    My heavens, the Catholic Church baptizes babies! What more could she do to demonstrate this truth! What kind of works could a newborn baby have done to merit anything?

    However, once that baby grows up and reaches the age of accountability, he must begin to “work out [his] own salvation with fear and trembling; for God is at work in [him], both to will and to work for his good pleasure” (Phil. 2:12-13). Or, as St. Paul says in Ephesians 2:10—the very next verse after Eph. 2:8-9:

    For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand, that we should walk in them.

    St. Paul is in no way eliminating works in any sense, to be necessary for salvation; he is simply pointing out what the Catholic Church has taught for 2,000 years: there is nothing anyone can do before they enter into Christ that can justify them. But once a person enters into Christ... it's a whole new ballgame (see Phil. 4:13; Rom. 2:6-7; Gal. 6:7-9, etc.).

    In the final analysis, I believe the text that is about as plain as any text could be concerning works and justification is James 2:24—that is, it is about as plain as can be in telling us both that “faith alone” is insufficient for our justification, and that "works" are indeed necessary. Are we justified by faith? Certainly! By faith alone? No way! It's both faith and works, according to Scripture.

    You see that a man is justified by works and not by faith alone.

    Jesus says it similarly. Are we saved by faith in Jesus? Certainly! John 11:25:

    I am the resurrection and the life; he who believes in me, though he die, yet shall he live.

    Are we saved by faith alone? No way! As we saw before, in Matthew 19:16-19, Jesus himself said to a rich young man who had asked him what he needed to do to have eternal life:

    … If you would enter life, keep the commandments… You shall not kill, You shall not commit adultery, you shall not steal, You shall not bear false witness, Honor your father and mother, and, You shall love your neighbor as yourself.

    Or, how about Matthew 12:36-37? Here, Jesus says:

    I tell you, on the day of judgment men will render account for every careless word they utter; for by your words you will be justified, and by your words you will be condemned.

    That sounds like there is more to this justification thing than faith alone.
     
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    Praying for you, May God Shine light into your heart.
     
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    There have been several people to hit the funny button on several posts. Of all the posts on boards in this world this thread is the least appropriate to do such a thing. This childishness that leads one to do such a thing in a thread like this is astounding. The abuse of the funny button as a tool to show disapproval of posts in and of itself is also childish.
     
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    This is a very sad thread. The Charismatic and Pentecostal movements are rife with heresy and demonic influence. To see an individual deluded by them is a grievous thing. May God bring to ruin those who have lead this thread's author into their error.

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