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« on: January 01, 2017, 10:27:47 pm »

Sometimes I have seen the pronouns referring to God and Christ capitalized such as He and Him. Sometimes these pronouns were not capitalized.   
Should these religious pronouns be capitalized?

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« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2017, 01:50:40 pm »

Absolutely. GOD has a name "above all names" which is why they, Jews, refer to GOD as HASHEM meaning THE NAME. They have so much repect for their GOD of Israel, they dare not mispronounced HIS SACRED NAME, so they refer to HIM as HASHEM. No-one yet knows how to pronounce GOD's true name and they won't until they after the battle of Armageddon.

JESUS (there's no letter J in the Hebrew alphabet so some call HIM YESHUA),  comes with His saints, those of us Christians who are raptured,  to save Israel after they face a 200 million man army from 'the Kings of the East (probably China) and almost certain destruction. They are after Israel's oil, same as Russia, but they (Israel) are saved when their long awaited Messiah (we know him as Jesus) destroys Israel's enemies with one word which is written on HIS THIGH. That name is of HIS own Father. GOD ALMIGHTY.

You read about it in Revelation in the Holy Bible, and it is the only book in Scripture written by the Son of God Himself, Jesus.

Alternatively go to Rapture Ready forum and have a read around. There is plenty to read there.

BTW, if you're not a Christian, then you would always use capitals for your name, so why not use it for everyone?

Hope that helps.  flower
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