The Great Multitude: Who Are They?
After these things I saw, and behold,
How Are They Related To The 144000?
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A. That's a very passionate and articulate email! Of course, I agree with a lot of it. Most of all, that we can't do a thing without His empowerment. That said, you are left with the problem that the verse (Rev 7:3)specifically says that the 144000 ARE slaves. I didn't make that up. Therefore, your argument is with the verse, not with me. And what of words like these of Messiah? [See Matt 25:14-30] Messiah speaks of His followers here as His slaves and indicates that they must meet His expectations to be admitted into the Kingdom. Shall we just throw this out of the Scriptures? We would do so at our own peril. Notice that the only slave that was 'grudging' here [in these verses] was the one who didn't want to do anything! That slave received according to what he produced for the Kingdom - nothing at all. The others all knew that they were expected to produce something for the Kingdom and they did their duty as slaves ought. They also each received a fine reward for their labors. So it is with the Kingdom of Messiah.
Shalom in Messiah, Eliyahu ben David
Shalom in Messiah,
Eliyahu ben David
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