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Wouldn't you love to be there when Cain and Abel see each other for the first time after they are resurrected?

or..

David and Goliath? (will the resurrected Goliath be shorter?) 

David and Uriah? (I think that should be a private meeting)

Moses and Charlton Heston? :lol:

 

What Resurrection Reunions would you like to see?

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I have too many Bible characters I’d love to talk with.  Definitely the prophets and all they went thru.

 

yes, I often think about David and Uriah when they meet again. 

 

O yes, also Elijah and Elisha. 

 

See what I mean.


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4 hours ago, Tortuga said:

Wouldn't you love to be there when Cain and Abel see each other for the first time after they are resurrected?

or..

David and Goliath? (will the resurrected Goliath be shorter?) 

David and Uriah? (I think that should be a private meeting)

Moses and Charlton Heston? :lol:

 

What Resurrection Reunions would you like to see?

Goliath will probably be a giant still.

In John 5:28, 29, Jesus uses the term memorial tombs because Jehovah remembers every detail about a person and will recreate every single thing.

My understanding is that Cain won't be resurrected. I'll have to look up that watchtower again.


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32 minutes ago, For Hire 24 said:

Noah...howg th did you manage to put bitumen underneath the ark ?

Yeah, I didn't want  bring this up earlier. In our era flat bottom barges are buit upside down and then roled over to build the superstructure. I been informed by a number of forum members that I should not put this off to miracles. There is a logical expanation for how they coated the bottom of the Ark ovehead. Curious, I have  been in a trade where I had to under coat the bottom of vessel with modern bitumem. (sub zero refigeration vessels) Do you know where most of the bitumen ended up? I was totally water-proofed as were my coveralls. Maybe that is where Noah's family got their rain gear.  :lol:

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Noah's reply...Oh that's simple brother, we first measured the timber and cut to size then coated it all in bitumen as Jehovah directed, allowed it to dry and then built the base first then doing the same for all external timbers..this ensured that even the joints were sealed..😊  


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