2 Corinthians 10: 1-11 Analysis

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To start with, let us turn to II Corinthians 5: 1-10. Let us analyze the first four verses. Verse 1: “For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved we have a building of God, an house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens”. Our earthly house of this tabernacle is the flesh body that we dwell in. When this body is dissolved, we have one waiting, Eternal in the heavens. What does the word “Eternal” mean? One would immediately say “Lasting for Ever” or “Never ending”. But let us go into it in a deeper sense. Anything that has a beginning has to have an end. Anything that has had no beginning does not have an end. This gives a new definition to the word “Eternity”.…show more content…
One such punishment is described as follows. The convicted criminal is taken and joined to a dead body of another human-being head to head, nose to nose, mouth to mouth, body to body and legs to legs, tied up to the corpse in that position and is left lying down until he passes out. When the dead body decomposes and the odour gets into the convict’s nostrils, he screams and shouts, “O wretched man that I am! Who shall deliver me from the body of this death?” (Vide Romans 7: 24). This is how Apostle Paul felt about his flesh body. This is how we too feel about our flesh bodies. But, when we leave this body, we have the Eternal one…show more content…
Who is this Great Person Melchizedec? Some people say He was not a Person, but a Priesthood. But the Bible says Abraham gave him Tithes and therefore He had to be a Person to receive the Tithes. Some others say He was an angel. But angels were created beings and therefore had a beginning. But the Bible says that Melchizedec had no father, no mother, no beginning of days nor end of life. Whoever He is, He is still alive today and is an Eternal Person. That could be only one person and that is God (I Timothy 6: 15-16) as God is the only immortal Person. In the beginning, God created the heaven and the earth. But before there was a beginning, before anything was created, there was nothing existing except God alone. He was a Great Fountain of Spirit, going forth full of love, peace, righteousness, etc., dwelling alone with His attributes (inherent characters). He was unseen and had no form. He was all Glory; a Great Light that no man can approach unto, Eternal without Beginning or End. But He had His thoughts
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