Why the name “Spiritualbabies”? – Jono & Jason


“Can you bind the chains of the Pleiades or loose the cords of Orion? Can you lead forth the constellations in their season, or can you guide the Bear with its children? Do you know the ordinances of the heavens? Can you establish their rule on the earth? – Job 38:31-33


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  1. catherine kipapa says

    Loved the analogy of the stars, I owed my own business and lived in the back apartment which had no windows but the sliding glass doors to go out, I lost my business in 2011 and moved into a low income house which was full of windows, I remember lying in bed and looking at the stars every night with binoculars because I was so excited to see them. it is like that when you see the torah for the first time in all it’s glory, even though we know there are stars in the heaven, we never really see them because of the chaos we are surrounded in and sometimes we just need to turn off the light and sit in the darkness to see what we were missing. love your heart. keep up with the inspirational growth series.

  2. shoutedthedustspeck says

    It is interesting that you described your experience with the stars the way you did. Lately, I’ve been wondering if there is some sort of correlation between figuring out who Yah is and gradually noticing things (with awe and almost surprise) that have always been there. I would liken it to coming out of a brain fog.

    It kind of reminds me of the movie Wall-E when the people finally realize that they have a swimming pool. There is a scene where the people are all giddy and excited and decide to jump in and have a blast. In the background, business as usual is going on with their oblivious shipmates.

  3. Carla says

    You were wanting to know about the Mormons’ baptism for the dead. They are baptized by proxy. A Mormon will go to the temple and will be given the name of a deceased person. They are then baptized in place of the person whose name they are given. Hope that helps.

  4. Yaakov says

    (- 0 +) ? If you could be turned from a sinner (-) to forgiven (0) you have not reached the reason for your choice, to be Righteous (+), this is the responsibility of every soul, only those + which belong to the LORD are written in the Book of Life(Exodus 32:32 Yet now, if Thou wilt forgive their sin–; and if not, blot me, I pray Thee, out of Thy book which Thou hast written.’ 33 And the LORD said unto Moses: ‘Whosoever hath sinned against Me, him will I blot out of My book.’).

    My soul is My responsibility and no one else can touch that. Other reading: http://ask-james.com/wordpress1/?p=379

  5. Barbara Shegitz says

    The reference that the Mormons use to justify the baptism for the dead is actually an argument that Paul had with the people who didn’t believe in the resurrection. He was asking them why they still did the Jewish burial ceremony of washing the dead before burial. I was taught that by a Jewish person who knows the NT also.

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