SABI NI TOMAS PANGINOON KO AT DIYOS KO!

ALAM NI TOMAS NA DIYOS TALAGA SI JESUS BASAHIN NINYONG MABUTI ANG STORYA. WALA SI JESUS NG MAGYABANG SI TOMAS AT PAGKARAAN PA NG ISANG LINGGO (1 WEEK) PAANO NA NALAMAN NI JESUS NA NAGYAYABANG SI TOMAS GAYONG WALA NAMANG NAGSASABI SA KANYA AT AFTER ONE(1) WEEK PA SIYA NAGPAKITA DIBA?

JOHN 20:26 ((((Makalipas ang isang linggo)))(ONE WEEK)), muling nagkatipon sa loob ng bahay ang mga alagad at kasama nila si Tomas. ((((Nakasara)))) ang mga pinto, ngunit nakapasok si Jesus at tumayo sa kalagitnaan nila. Sinabi niya, Sumainyo ang kapayapaan!

NABASA NAMAN NINYO NAKASARA ANG PINTUAN NGUNIT NAKAPASOK SI JESUS.

ANO SINAGOT NI JESUS KAY TOMAS BASA…

JOHN 20:28-29

28 Sumagot si Tomas, Panginoon ko at Diyos ko!

29 Sinabi sa kanya ni Jesus, Naniniwala ka na ba dahil (((((((nakita mo ako?)))))) Mapalad ang mga naniniwala kahit hindi nila ((((((ako nakita.))))))

PURO (((((“AKO”)))) ANG NAKASULAT HINDI (((“KAMI”))) diba?

kaya huwag kayong maniniwala sa mga hindi marunong umintindi ng BIBLIA NATIN PURO PEKENG MANGANGARAL YAANG MGA NANINIRA NA YAN.

LINAWIN PA NATIN!

NAG-UUSAP NA SI TOMAS AT JESUS MAGUGULAT PA!!

JOHN 20:26-27 Makalipas ang isang linggo, muling nagkatipon sa loob ng bahay ang mga alagad at kasama nila si Tomas. Nakasara ang mga pinto, ngunit nakapasok si Jesus at tumayo sa kalagitnaan nila.((((( Sinabi niya, Sumainyo ang kapayapaan! )))))))))((DITO PA LANG DAPAT NAGULAT NA SI TOMAS)))))))27 At sinabi niya kay Tomas, Tingnan mo ang aking mga kamay. Ilagay mo ang iyong kamay sa aking tagiliran at huwag ka nang mag-alinlangan pa, sa halip ay maniwala ka.

AMEN!

2 responses to this post.

  1. Posted by Codex on August 15, 2011 at 11:04 pm

    John 20:28
    “My Lord and my God”

    Since Jesus is addressed by Thomas as “My Lord and My God”, this passage is considered by trinitarians to prove the “deity of Christ” – that he is “God the Son.”

    1. Thomas’ confession is an acknowledgment that Jesus had indeed risen from the dead, but it is not a declaration that Jesus is “God the Son”. Thomas, a Jew, used a mode of expression common to the Old Testament in which accredited representatives of God are referred to as “God”. Angels are called “God” in the following passages: Gen. 16:7 cf. vs. 13; 22:8, 11, 15 cf. vs. 16; Exod. 23:20, 21. Moses is referred to as a “god” to Pharaoh. (Exod. 7:1, “god” is translated from the Heb. “elohim”). “Elohim” translated “God” can refer to the judges of Israel as in Psa. 82:1, 6 cf. John 10:34. It is also translated “judges” in Exod. 21:6; 22:8, 9 and “gods” (mg. “judges”) in Exod. 22:28.

    2. Earlier in this chapter, Jesus told Mary, “I ascend unto my Father, and your Father; and to my God and your God.” (vs. 17). Since Jesus was to ascend to his God, then clearly he was not himself “Very God”.
    3. [PK note added] During the 1st Century, a common greeting among Roman citizens was “Caesar is Lord.” Emperor Domitian insisted on the title “Our Lord and God” in public documents, and “My Lord God Domitian” when addressed personally. When Thomas said “My Lord and my God”, he didn’t mean it in the way Trinitarians do. His confession may have been a declaration of loyalty to God’s Son and divine representative; a deliberate rejection of the Roman emperor cult.

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