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    Them In Bonds: CI Literature

    Them In Bonds: CI Literature is a new section of the forum and CPM Wiki that publishes previously unreleased DSCI articles by our brothers that might otherwise NOT be heard. Much in the same manner as Mountain Called Right and Valley Called Left, articles appearing here are a result of donations to our prison ministry and possibly encompass the next generation of CI scholarship.

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    "Army of Christ" (Poem) by Brother Brent

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    Re: "Army of Christ" (Poem) by Brother Brent

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    "Army of Christ" (Poem) by Brother Brent ( 1 page ):

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    those are some true words
    Hail Yah
    Mark 16:16
    Whoever believes and is baptized will be saved, but whoever does not believe will be condemned.

    James 4:7
    Submit yourselves therefore to God. Resist the devil, and he will flee from you.

    Romans 12:2
    And be not conformed to this world: but be ye transformed by the renewing of your mind, that ye may prove what is that good, and acceptable, and perfect, will of God.

    1 John 3:4
    Whosoever committeth sin transgresseth also the law: for sin is the transgression of the law.

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    Re: "Army of Christ" (Poem) by Brother Brent

    This is a really good idea. Once you have enough material you should compile a softcover.

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    Re: Dual Seedline CI in Lit - J.R.R. Tolkien

    Interesting reading!!!

    PS - Here is my take on the dual seedline belief: http://covenantpeoplesministry.org/f...eedline-belief
    I think you will find it very interesting...

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    Re: Dual Seedline CI in Lit - J.R.R. Tolkien

    Tolkien understood Jewish evil and addressed it via fiction in LOTR
    by John de Nugent

    Saruman is the jew-like servant of Lord Sauron, who is the Devil himself. It amazes me how many WNs do not understand that EVERYTHING Tolkien was doing was anti-Jewish and pro-Nordic. But to get published, he HAD to disguise it as “fantasy.”

    http://www.democratic-republicans.us...a-fiction-lotr

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    Re: Dual Seedline CI in Lit - J.R.R. Tolkien

    My friend got me to watch the first Lord of the Rings the other night. I had not seen it for a long time. I have in the past wondered at the symbolism in it. And the next morning the following came to me.


    Lord of the Rings Christian Symbolism


    “Middle Earth” represents the mind and heart of mankind. The book is a parable of our day.

    The different types of beings represent different classes of people.
    “Men” represent the very rich, the political leaders and those claiming nobility.
    “Elves” represent the the learned and wise people.
    “Dwarfs” represent the workers and rednecks.
    “Hobbits” represent the truly good-hearted poor and meek that find God.
    “Orcs/ Goblins/ Uruk-hai” represent the criminal elements.
    “Wizards” represent the religious leaders.
    Giant “Eagles” represent, I'll say, the scientific geniuses.
    The “Ents” represent, again as a guess, literary geniuses.
    “Ringwraiths” represent the worst of evil men-- sons of perdition.

    The rings represent the curses and related false traditions and institutions that allow the adversary to force his will on those that heed his promptings. The one ring represents the tendency for mankind to follow tradition and not think and act for themselves. The destruction of the one ring represents the binding of the adversary for the millennium. (Revelation 20:2)

    So the LOTR story represents the struggle between good and evil at the coming “end of the world”. The rich and noble have many times proven they will misuse their riches and power and cannot be trusted. Neither can the learned and wise, nor even the workers be fully trusted. The religious leaders are divided and especially cannot be trusted-- at the head they are openly given into evil.

    By using the poor and meek to finally overcome evil, the scripture in 1 Cor. 1:27-29 is fulfilled.

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