Eashoa said to the criminal crucified next to him on the cross, "Amen, I am telling you that on this day you shall be with me in Paradise." What did He mean by that? Some people say that Eashoa wasn't going to be "in Paradise" for another three days, but that is not what Eashoa was talking about. Here is a video commentary that goes into that. And then there is the issue of the "return to Paradise and the way of the Tree of Life" that Allaha spoke to Adam and Eve about (Genesis). The Tree of Life is also mentioned in the Book of Revelation.
Apr. 11, 2014
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