…there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth

The expression “weeping and gnashing of teeth”, in Greek, ο κλαυθμός και ο βρυγμος των οδοντών, is raised by Jesus as an expression that reminds the abominable for God, and the horrible in the memory of the people, of what was the long-observed practice of burning children alive as part of the cult of the Canaanite gods Baal and Moloch,

The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac and the God of Jacob

Thus, the God of Abraham, God of Isaac and God of Jacob is the definition of a generation product of the direct intervention of the Lord, it means the people who do not depend on their own resources to assert themselves before others; it is the people who the weaker and more disadvantaged they are, the greater their achievements. All the prophets emphasized this characteristic of formation of this lineage,... The God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob is the generation that exists not subject to human conditions but subject to the conditions of heaven; its use proclaims and demands faith that the Lord is able to transform all things,

The call can never be greater than the one who made the call

Jonah establishes a measure of evaluation for a ministry according to the Will of Jehovah-God, because the ministerial call is not to exalt the one who receives it but to do what He has commanded us to do. The ministerial call must never be greater than the one who does it, for the purpose of receiving it is to obey Him, and not to derive merit or personal benefit,

It was necessary for the Christ to suffer

This doctrinal point could not be understood by the religious of his time, precisely because all references to the Messiah they took were seen as a king, and not as a prophet, as Moses introduced Him. We have the witness of Jesus himself, Ought not Christ to have suffered these things, and to enter into …

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Jesus is not an angel, nor a special angelic messenger of God

The apostate and pagan doctrines distort the divinity of Jesus by making him look like a spiritual being of the same rank as an angel, denying that Jesus is God himself; such a postulate is heretical and is not part of the doctrine of Christ. The writer of the Epistle to the Hebrews states bluntly …

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