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Did Jesus say Worship me or I am your creator and provider or I give you life and death,has anyone addressed him saying Our creator,provider

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Yes, He was addressed as Lord and God (John 20:28) and yes, He is the Creator: (Col 1:16) "For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him"

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good answer.
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In ( Col 1:16 ) not mentioned and not clear that Him mean Jesus . So that I Challenge all to have any Proof from Bible say that.
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If you read Col 1, before and after verse 16, you can clearly see that it speaks of Jesus.
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alsubhi, I understand that you want to be sure from the context that the Scriptures are stating that it is Jesus.
Izzy0970 is right that the context is talking about Jesus, see below where Colossians 1:14-19 is quoted :
"14 In whom we have redemption through his blood, even the forgiveness of sins: 15 Who is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn of every creature: 16 For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him: 17 And he is before all things, and by him all things consist. 18 And he is the head of the body, the church: who is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead; that in all things he might have the preeminence. 19 For it pleased the Father that in him should all fulness dwell;"
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Why dont you read it and figure it out. You fill this site with blasphemy!

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What???
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Bible was written by a men who was once very bored. There's no proof unless he comes to talk to me in my dream dressed as a Santa Claus. If that ever happen ill let you know.

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read it!!

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Proverbs 3:5-6
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart;
And lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge Him, and He shall direct thy path.
WE MUST BELIEVE BY FAITH

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No proof till now from Bible says that !!!!
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What does the Quhran say about it ?
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This is tough stuff. But Jesus was put on earth as the son of God. He was not the Creator. He was a prophet akin to Mohammed.

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According to the Bible Jesus will come to earth a second time to judge the living and the dead and his kingdom will have no end. So, be kind to others. It's a good policy.
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If you're referencing the Bible in everything you say here, I'm sorry, but there is no mention of Mohammed in the Bible.
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But God is the creator, and Jesus IS God, so therefor he is the creator
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I'm not going to argue what I believe here. I simply stated a fact that Mohammed is not mentioned in the Bible. Not going to say anymore.
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I was arguing at all! You're completely right. Mohammad isn't in the bible. He's the prophet that islam bases its teachings on
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*wasnt
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I'm sorry, Jack. I realized later after I made that comment that you must have been making that comment to spainiac because I didn't even speak of that matter. Please forgive. :-(
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He was followed by Adam and eve n they wrote the bible by writing down his very words...and yes he is our creator..;)

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Give me proof from Bible
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Adam and Eve were the first people created: Genesis 2. We don't even read about Jesus' birth until the first book in the New Testament (Matthew). According to Biblical scholars and theologians (men and women who have devoted their lives to timeslines and the study of scriptures in the Greek and Hebrew) have determined that there was approximately a 400-year period between the writing of the last book of the Old Testament (Malachi) and the first book of the New Testament (Matthew).
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Alsubhi, I'm sorry for all the negative feedback you've gotten. It is wonderful to get to know God. For those who don't want to know or don't care, it's their loss. It's good to be curious. But you've got some major questions just starting to surface, so you really need to get together with a minister and talk to him/her. But the Bible tells us that God is our creator and we worship Him. He sent His son, Jesus down to earth to die and save us from our sins. Jesus is our Mediator between us and God. That is why we usually end our prayers with something to the effect of: "In Jesus' name we pray" or "In Christ's name we pray", something like that. You can read all about the creation in the first part of Genesis. And the best books to read about Christ's birth would probably be Matthew and especially Luke.

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No. No to all --Worship me, I am your creator, and provider, or I give you life and death, has anyone addressed him saying Our creator,provider
No to all.
The Nicene Creeds say to worship the Trinity, Jesus is God, No beginning for Jesus, and later Bible Publishes printed the apostles came and worshiped Jesus and Homage is the right word, not worship, Jesus said TO worship his Father and God YHWH
The Nicene Creeds are as bad as Satan Lying to Eve
Facts in http://simplebibletruths.net/N-C-O-W2.htm
and http://simplebibletruths.net/PROSKUNEO.htm

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He doesnt tell us to worship himself, Jesus. But he does tell us to worship God the father in heaven and through the mystery of the divine trinity we know that they are both God so INDIRECTLY, yes

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I bow before the throne of my Father, who is in heaven.
I believe that God begot a Son of Adam (flesh) to save me from all unholiness. God, in all his might is my Saviour, He chose His holy Lambs blood to cover me, daily. In my worship to my Creator, I also am worshipping his beloved Son. It is okay. Let each man work out his own salvation with fear and trembling. You need to sort this one out, if you're having issues with it. I love Jesus with all my being, he conquered sin & death for me, without his loyalty I would be wretched. But I personally bow before my Eternal Salvation, through my gateway, Jesus. & Yes I do believe Jesus is my Lord & Saviour. He is my King. But YAHWEH is my God.

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No, there is no place in the Bible where Jesus told his followers to worship him. He was only promoting adirect relationshipwith God. But Paul would tell you otherwise.

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