May your eyes be opened as were those of Saul of Tarsus.
I recognize that as a blessing, but it can also be a curse. One of the things that happened to Rev. Shaul when he was blinded by the Shekinah of G-d was that he spent three days with nothing but his thoughts. Given that he was a student of Gimaliel, I'm sure he spent the entire three days going over Scriptures in his mind. He was probably reviewing the Scriptures he had used to justify persecuting the Christians. Having been faced with the reality of Yeshua, he had to find out whether he needed to throw the Scriptures out or whether he had been misinterpreting them all along.
Acts tells us he constantly went to the Jews first, and argued from the Scriptures that Yeshua was the Messiah. I guess that, during those three days, he realized he had been interpreting Scripture wrong.
As you say, Dataman, you and I are no better. Had not Christ opened our eyes, we would still be blind.
To ET I would only say, stop attacking and open your heart. You may still decide that Yeshua was not Messiah, but do not do so out of the hardness of your heart. Stop saying, "G-d cannot" as you did so often during your one post. Start saying, "G-d, did you?"
And may you meet the Risen Christ so He may open your eyes as He has opened mine.
You've accused me of 'moving on' yet I see once again that you evaded the reference in Psalms 82..... tsk, tsk... darn those pesky facts, they just won't go away! Why did Jesus refer to Psalms as law?????