Memories Of A Previous Life

Of the billions of humans that have ever lived, or will ever live, Jesus Christ is the only human who could honestly (there are many people who lie about having such memories) and correctly (there are many who may honestly believe their own delusions of such non-existent "memories") say that He had memories of a time before He was born. Some religions even teach one form or another of so-called "reincarnation" (true Christianity is definitely not one of them) but what they claim, whether they realize it or not, is based on pagan myths and fables, not reality. Jesus Christ was the only one who could genuinely remember things (by means of The Spirit Of God that was upon Him, which also made possible the miracles that He did, see also The Healers) from the time before He was born (or even before the world existed, as plainly stated in the verses below) for a very special reason.

What Did Jesus Christ Actually Say?

Jesus Christ remembered witnessing Satan's rebellion (see Satan's Choice), an event that occurred thousands of years before:

Jesus Christ plainly stated "before Abraham was, I am" - a statement that so enraged some of His fellow Jews, who should have easily recognized Him as their long awaited Messiah (He literally fulfilled every qualification in the Book - see Which Bible Did Jesus Use? and Aliyya and Haftara), but didn't, that they tried to stone Him to death for telling them the Truth:

A plain statement that Jesus had memories of the time not just before He was born, but before the world was born, even before "in the beginning" of time (time is little more than a measurement of physical change):

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This Day In History, September 4

476: Romulus Augustulus, 16, the last Roman emperor, was deposed. The date is considered by some historians as the "fall" of the Roman empire (it wasn't). See Ancient Empires - Rome and The "Holy" Roman Empire

925: The coronation of Athelstan, the first king to rule over all of England.

1189: King Richard I (the Lion-Hearted) of England was crowned in Westminster.

1609 English explorer Henry Hudson discovered a large, heavily wooded, nearly unpopulated island on the east coast of North America. Today, it is known as Manhattan.

1781: In southern California, Spanish settlers named their small (population 44) new settlement Los Angeles.

1783: The Treaty of Paris between the United States and Great Britain officially ended the Revolutionary War.

1820: Czar Nicholas of Russia claimed all territory from Alaska to Oregon, closing all Alaskan waters to foreigners. Russia sold Alaska to the United States in 1867. The territory became the 49th U.S. state in 1959.

1886: Apache chief Geronimo surrendered to U.S. troops in Arizona, ending the last major American Indian war. Geronimo later converted to (nominal) Christianity and became a prosperous farmer.

1888: George Eastman patented the first roll-film camera with the name Kodak.

1957: Ford started selling the Edsel, a medium-priced luxury car named after Henry Ford's son. The car proved to be so unpopular that it was discontinued 2 years later, in 1959.

1976: The unmanned U.S. spacecraft Viking II landed on Mars to take the first close-up, color photographs of the planet's surface.


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