- Hello Ron
With all due respect Jesus said "destroy this temple and I will raise
it" John 2:19-21.
Their is no mention made in the scriptures that after his
resurrection he would "raise it up",rather he would raise it up after
it was desroyed.
Andy.--- In email@example.com, reslight
> Yes, after God raised Jesus from the dead, Jesus did raise his firstname.lastname@example.org, "donnellyvincent"
> body for the appearances in the locked room. I have already stated
> this several times.
> See posts 29504; 29765; 29772; 30170; 30390; 48077.
> Christian love,
> --- In
> <donnellyvincent@y...> wrote:His
> > FROM WISDOM4ME: See words in CAPITALS in below Scripture:
> > FROM WISDOM4ME: Nothing.....except that He said He would raise
> > own body up in three days after He would be crucified.........:=))
- Response to post 38468
1 Peter 3:18 -- Westcott & Hort Interlinear
hoti kai christos hapax peri hamartiwn apethanen
BECAUSE EVEN CHRIST ONCE FOR ALL ABOUT SINS DIED,
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dikaios huper adikwn hina humas
RIGHTEOUS (ONE) OVER UNRIGHTEOUS (ONES), IN ORDER THAT YOU
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prosagagee tw thew thanatwtheis men
HE MIGHT LEAD TOWARD TO THE GOD, [HE] HAVING BEEN PUT TO DEATH INDEED
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sarki zwopoieetheis de pneumati
TO FLESH HAVING BEEN MADE ALIVE BUT TO SPIRIT;
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It should be apparent that if spirit made Jesus alive, then flesh put
him to death. If God's spirit was instrument to make Jesus alive, then
likewise, we would have to conclude that flesh in some way was the
instrument of his death. I suppose one could work up an argument that
it was fleshly people who killed him, and thus that it was in this
manner that flesh put him to death, however, the Greek construction
here does not appear to be saying this.
In the Westcott and Hort text there are no prepositions "to", "in" or
"by" nor any article either before flesh -- "sarki" -- or spirit --
"pneumati". The word "in" ["by" or "to] is actually inserted by
translators. Thus more literally it is "having been put to death:
flesh, but made alive: spirit." Without an article, both flesh and
spirit is qualitative, thus showing //what\\ Jesus //was-is\\ in both
instances, not what put him to death or made him alive.
The Textus Receptus reads:
oti kai cristoV apax peri amartiwn epaqen dikaioV uper adikwn ina hmaV
prosagagh tw qew qanatwqeiV men sarki zwopoihqeiV de tw pneumati
The Textus Receptus does add the preposition "tw" -- "to" -- before
spirit, which would give it a basic literal translation as: "having
been put to death: flesh, but made alive: to spirit". This confirms
that Jesus was being alive to spirit (qualitative), that it was to a
spirit condition that he became, which agrees with 1 Corinthians 15:
45: "The last Adam became a life-giving spirit."
Romans 8:11, Westcott & Hort Interlinear
ei de to pneuma tou egeirantos ton ieesoun
IF BUT THE SPIRIT OF THE (ONE) HAVING RAISED UP THE JESUS
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ek nekrwn oikei en humin ho egeiras
OUT OF DEAD (ONES) IS DWELLING IN YOU, THE (ONE) HAVING RAISED UP
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ek nekrwn christon ieesoun zwopoieesei kai ta
OUT OF DEAD (ONES) CHRIST JESUS WILL MAKE ALIVE ALSO THE
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thneeta swmata humwn dia tou enoikountos autou
MORTAL BODIES OF YOU THROUGH THE INDWELLING OF HIM
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pneumatos en humin
SPIRIT IN YOU.
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The Greek of Romans 8:11 is different from 1 Peter 3:18, in that the
word "spirit" does have an article in the first instance, and is
definite, and is qualified by "him" in the second instance, showing
that it is referring to the God's spirit dwelling in the believer that
will make the mortal body alive. This "making alive" referred to here,
is, of course, not referring to the body that the Christian is to
receive in the last day when raised from the dead. (1 Corinthians 15:
37,38) The atoms and molecules of our present body will not be
reassembled and made alive at the resurrection day.
Earlier Paul speaks of reckoning alive to Christ. (Romans 6:11)
However, what Paul is referring to in Romans 8:11 is more than the
initinal reckoning of justification, since it is spoken of a something
that is to happen. Thus, with the indwelling of the holy spirit, the
indication is that its effect on our mortal flesh is to bring it more
and more in harmony with righteousness and life. None of us, when we
begin our Christian walk, has developed a perfect faith. We begin as
"babes in Christ," and have to develop the fruits of the spirit in our
lives more and more, so that we may grow thereby. (1 Corinthians 3:1;
1 Peter 1:1-11; 2:2) Thus our faith has to be perfected, and along
with our faith, our bodies are reckoned more and more as being alive.
It is only when one has developed by means of God's spirit to the
point that he can actually have perfection of faith (1 Thessalonians
3:10; James 1:4) so that he his mortal body can be conformed to Jesus'
death, that one can be counted as having reached the mark of the prize
of the high calling. (Philippians 3:9-14) Thus, Paul tells the
consecrated Christians to "to present your bodies a living sacrifice,
holy, acceptable to God, which is your spiritual service." -- Romans
1 Corinthians 15:42 - So also is the resurrection of the dead. It is
sown in corruption; it is raised in incorruption.
1 Corinthians 15:43 - It is sown in dishonor; it is raised in glory.
It is sown in weakness; it is raised in power.
1 Corinthians 15:44 - It is sown a natural body; it is raised a
spiritual body. There is a natural body and there is also a spiritual
Paul speaks of the resurrection of the dead; only those who qualify as
joint-heirs (Romans 8:17) with Christ actually can be said in this
life to attain the resurrection of the dead. (Philippians 3:11) Paul,
at the time he wrote to the Philippians, stated, in effect, that he
had not yet obtained the perfection necessary for this resurrection.
(Philippians 3:12-14) It is to the resurrection of this class that
Paul speaks in 1 Corinthians 15:42-44 (except for the last phrase).
Paul had just spoken of various kinds of glory in bodies, both
heavenly and earthly. He does not blend the various glories but shows
that each kind of body has its own glory, whether heavenly or earthly.
The human earthly glory is not seen today in its fullness because of
sin (Romans 3:23), thus the human creation, having sinful flesh
(Romans 8:3), is in bondage to a condition of corruption. (Romans 8:
23) The seed is sown in those who attain the resurrection is sown
while they are in this corruptible condition as far as the flesh is
concerned, but it is raised in an condition of incorruption; it is
sown in a dishonorable condition, but it is raised in a glorious
condition; the seed is sown a natural [physical] body, and it is
raised a spiritual body. This completes the description of those who
"attain the resurrection." But Paul adds, still speaking of what body
one is raised in (1 Corinthians 15:35): "There is a natural [physical]
body and there is also a spiritual body."
There is nothing in 1 Corinthians 15:52 about our physical bodies
being changed, as some have assumed. It is true that the joint-heirs
will be changed from a physical body to a spiritual body; others will
be changed from a corrupt physical body to the glory of an incorrupt
physical body. Paul had already stated that our present bodies are not
what we will have when raised from the dead, but that God will give us
a body when raised. -- 1 Corinthians 15:35-38.
See posts 30064; 30065; 30066; 30067; 30068
--- In email@example.com, "Teresa"
> --- My understanding of 1 Peter 3:18 is Jesus was put to death inthe
> flesh, but made alive by the spirit; The spirit here I believe isthe
> referring to God's
> Rom 8:11 But if the Spirit of him that raised up Jesus from the dead
> dwell in you, he that raised up Christ from the dead shall also
> quicken your mortal bodies by his Spirit that dwelleth in you.
> Jhn 5:26 For as the Father hath life in himself; so hath he given to
> the Son to have life in himself;
> Jhn 5:21 For as the Father raiseth up the dead, and quickeneth
> [them]; even so the Son quickeneth whom he will.
> 1 Cor 15:44 is simply saying the physical body is sown/buried and
> body is quickened by the Spirit of God, made alive and changed asour
> bodies will be.trump:
> 1Cr 15:52 In a moment, in the twinkling of an eye, at the last
> for the trumpet shall sound, and the dead shall be raisedHe
> incorruptible, and we shall be changed.
> Jesus was raised incorruptible from the grave and he was changed.
> appeared in this glorified body on the mount.
> The first Adam was a living soul. Physcial pretty much what we look
> like right now in this body, I suppose. The last Adam is Jesus that
> has the this life to quicken our mortal bodies.
> Jesus death is the way for life for me. He had to come in human
> flesh, die in human flesh and was raised incorruptible and changed.
> This is the same process all true believers will experience. Thanks
> be to Jesus he made a way for me to inherit everlasting life.
> I hope I anwered your questions. It's pretty hard for me to put
> these spiritual matters in writings of my own. That is why I always
> refer to scripture.
> In essence the body will be made alive. Jesus did not die in vain.