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After death we are free from sin.

RHEMA.97
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4/16/2014 4:57:48 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
The spirit of God dwelling in we believers in Christ is at its max in Heaven.
In other words we will share the same nature with God.Sin is not in God's nature therefore we cannot sin.
In other words its impossible to sin due to our new God like nature.
bornofgod
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4/16/2014 8:22:32 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 4/16/2014 4:57:48 PM, RHEMA.97 wrote:
The spirit of God dwelling in we believers in Christ is at its max in Heaven.
In other words we will share the same nature with God.Sin is not in God's nature therefore we cannot sin.
In other words its impossible to sin due to our new God like nature.

It's the other way around. The flesh of man is the visible part of man that has deceived him since he woke up in this world seeing his flesh. The invisible part of man, the spirit that was created within the mind of our invisible Creator, will exist for eternity. So once the visible "veil" is understood by us saints as being an illusion, and began speaking for our Creator from the invisible language of God, which is invisible wavelengths of energy converted into languages that we saints speak, we learn all about our true invisible existence in the tree of life. It's the tree of the knowledge of good and evil, the visible world and the flesh of man, that blinded man from knowing his true invisible existence. This is the Old Covenant "veil" that even blinded God's prophets from knowing who they were as God's voice, even though they heard His voice and obeyed His commandments to force them to write prophecies.

Only us saints received the knowledge of God to learn that this Old Covenant "veil" is the visible things ( God's perfect illusions ) that aren't real. We learn that our true ( real ) image in our Creator is invisible. Read this thread to learn about who man is;

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