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Is Amen A Spirit?

Is Amen a spirit? or is Amen Jesus?

Rev. 3:14 shows that Amen is a truthful witness so whatever you say is made valid by Amen

So whats your opinion about this "Amen"

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2 Corinthians 1:20  -  'For all the promises of God in him are yea, and in him Amen, unto the glory of God by us.'

Romans 11:36 -- 'For of him, and through him, and to him, are all things: to whom be glory for ever. Amen.'

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@Poster,  I don't believe that verse is speaking of Amen as being a spirit of any kind. The AMEN in that context is used in the same way as the qualifier right after it is.  Note the use of the word THE before Amen.

Whomever is being refered to is being called

1) THE Amen,

2)THE faithful and true witness,

3) THE beginning of the creation of God

Amen, like @Pilgrim.1 pointed out simply means SO BE IT OR LET IT BE DONE AS IT IS SPOKEN,

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pilgrim1 what do you think about that?

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Revelation 3:14  “And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;”

This quote, from the Christian Bible, shows the definite article “the” before Amen. The Koran also uses it as El Mu'min (Koran 23:1, 4:92) in countless places. Both of these mythological religions (christianity and Islam) are subtly giving praise to your ancestor Amun-Ra, the husband of Mut (photo), Queen of the heavenly skies. (They use his name at the end of their prayers, e.g. amen, and ameen.) His symbol is the sun, the fire of nature. That is causing the skin cancer and eventual elimination of people without melanin, the cursed albino seed (the seed of Canaan; Leviticus 13); and their return into the shadows of the caves.

Amen-Ra, God of Kings and King of Gods. The oldest and longest venerated ruler of ancient Tamare falsely called Africa today, Amun, meaning "hidden" and Ra meaning "light" translates to "hidden light".

The many of the bible story have been copied and plagarised from the Ancient Africa (falsely caled Egyptian culture today). The Word The Amen of Revelations 3: 14 tells you that the Amen is Subject (meaning it is something with attribute and characteristics).

Revelation 3:14  “And unto the angel of the church of the Laodiceans write; These things saith the Amen, the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God;”

Also note how the bible says that this Amen is the faithful and true witness, the beginning of the creation of God.

This tells you that the God of the Bible has a beginning and that Amen was the witness to God's creation.

The religious people don't have a clue what Amen means. The took this word from Ancient Tamare and mixed it into their mythological religions of Judaism, Islam and Christianity.

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