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Nee NEE's comment on 2/10/2016, 2:31pm...

I do believe that women can pastor do a study on HULDAH, DEBRA, AND PHIILIPS (4) DAUGHTERS ALL OF WHOM WHERE
PROPHETESS. ALSO A STUDY ON 1 COR 11:5 AND IF IT WAS NOT FOR A WOMAN THERE WOULD BE NO MAN PASTOR
AND THEN DO A STUDY ON GEN. WHEN TWO ARE MARRIED THEY BECOME ONE....
FOR A WOMEN TO BE SILENT IN CHURCH THE GREEK WORD FOR SILENCE IS CHATTER.THAT PERTAINS TO EVERYONE MALE OR FEMALE....

 


Ann moore's comment on 2/08/2016, 11:21pm...

that is between her and God

 


Nolan's comment on 2/08/2016, 4:08pm...

No, women are not to be pastors in the New Testament. Every time you find mention of a bishop (1 Timothy 3:1-9; Titus 1:7) it is referring to a male. Even when you read the postscript on some of the epistles it will list the bishop's name and it is always a male. God has set forth an order in the home and the church (1 Cor. 11:3). The only commandment for women to teach is found in Titus 2:3.

 


Neenee's comment on 2/08/2016, 1:24pm...

Women can be pastors God used women all throughout the Bible. Example. Debra..do a study on her...

 


Mamie Fluker's comment on 2/08/2016, 9:17am...

No a woman can not be a pastor because a pastor is over a church.1 Timothy 2;12 But I suffer not a woman to teach,nor to usurp authority over the man,but to be in silence.In our church we can preach with the permission of man,but we have no women pastors in our church.The man is head of woman and God is the head of man.God bless you.

 


Kolapo's comment on 2/07/2016, 8:26am...

Can a woman be pastor? Someone fill with spirit should please helps us with the answer

 


Craig's comment on 1/26/2016, 3:00pm...

like that he gives direction.how we conduct ourselves inside the churc-and out side of the church.having a good conscience

 


James's comment on 10/22/2015, 7:35am...

Preacher yes pastor no

 


Linda's comment on 10/21/2015, 4:25pm...

Does this passage mean women can't be a Pastor or a preacher?

 


Noahsark617@ gmail.com's comment on 10/19/2015, 12:34am...

My prayer and my hopes is to give the Lord our Highest praise houlilouya is the Highest Praise,

 


Jim Mc Govern's comment about verse 1 on 9/20/2015, 2:55pm...

importance of trinity not to be overlooked- in this case God our Saviour means the Father who sent his Son Christ Jesus John 3:16 somewhere in scriptures, the gospels, Christ says, "I don't do things on my iniative, I do things I hear in heaven, not of myself, the Father's will not my will: I obey the Father who has given me complete authority to do so" for instance, in the Gethsamane garden Christ agonizes in prayer to the Father "that this tribulation cup pass from me", then submits to his Father's purpose "not my will but thy will be done", "even unto death" epistles of Hebrews and Romans the Father is the grand orderor of all things which Christ has full power to obediently implement Genesis 1:26 the Holy Ghost, too, a principal actor Genesis 1:2, Hebrews 9:14, Proverbs 9:2

 


Jim Mc Govern's comment about verse 5 on 9/03/2015, 1:42pm...

love god and neighbor first greatest commandment Christ says somewhere in the gospel and elsewhere in the old testament: faith assured not disengenuous not supercilious heaven our hope see also Proverb 13:12

 


Mark's comment about verse 5 on 8/16/2015, 6:53am...

Doctrine is important however. I believe we are to contend for the faith even if it seems unloving. Examples include: Infant baptism and works salvation of any kind. Know the one who saved us, how he saved us, and love. Love confronts error even if it causes division. This is not trivial! Let the redeemed of the Lord say so.

 


Joseph's comment on 5/29/2015, 4:59am...

Continue to preach the gospel

 


John madden's comment about verse 19 on 5/26/2015, 6:36am...

Some do fall away .but those who dont believe this can happen are in denial about this teaching

 


Me's comment on 3/12/2015, 12:03pm...

My Brothers and Sisters in the lord. Dont focus on what others may seem to have materially or physically, but instead rejoice for you have Christ in your life which is worth more than material and physical appearance. GALATIANS 6:9 And let us not be weary in well doing: for in due ... Other Translations of Galatians 6:9 ... Let us not lose heart in doing good, for in due time we will reap if we do not ... us not get tired of well-doing for at the right time we will get in the grain, if we do not .... They that sow in tears shall reap in Joy. Mathew 6:1-21 34 Read and Gavin stay blessed and remember God does not care about our worldly possessions, instead he cares about are we following his word.

 


Joe's comment on 3/06/2015, 6:55am...

Gavin - Unfortunately the world is filled with evil brought on by mankind. We believers have always been surrounded by these since the earliest of times - just think about the life of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. All of us believers would love to live in a world that was free of evil that is our hope for eternity. However, until the Lord decides our time is come to be with Him, we must continue in this world doing the very best we can to bring glory and praise to Him.

 


Gavin's comment on 2/28/2015, 1:06am...

I work in an enviroment were there are murderers,rapists,thieves and adulterers.Im trying to understand why I have to see them been exalted like heroes.when the bible says different.what do I do?im lost not in christ but in what is moral and real today.why must I suffer locking myself up because of fear.im gods.but I cant see myself living in this here world anymore.

 


.Manuel's comment about verse 12 on 2/18/2015, 10:33pm...

Very good verse. I love it.

 


Oleg's comment on 1/31/2015, 9:37pm...

I 'm not Timothy, but 100 I can learn from what was written. This latter still remains to this day 's.

 


Eboni Brown's comment on 1/16/2015, 3:40pm...

I absolutely love this verse. What I really have taken from this verse, is to love more..Not judge and to always be there for all of our sisters and brothers. Love God

 


Joni G's comment on 1/12/2015, 11:22pm...

Brianna, yes that is an interesting scripture. It is important to recognize that the Bible we have today is complete. Especially the King James version. It gives you all you need to know about God 's love for you for all of us. Men filled with the Holy Spirit wrote what God wanted them to say. We cannot assign just any interpretation we want. Look at 2nd Peter 1:20-21. When the Bible was translated into English from Latin Hebrew and Greek, it was carefully and prayerfully translated by experts using original manuscripts. Paul was telling Timothy to be careful not to allow fables or other heresays to be considered authentic as the Word of God. Always good to question the source and reject it if is not valid as the Bible translators did when they rejected spurious books for inclusion in the Bible.

 


Brianna's comment about verse 4 on 1/08/2015, 5:43am...

This is an interesting scripture. I have been seeing more and more instances of Bible fables such as Adam having two wives, one named Lilith. Or , there are missing books of the bible. However, hear fables truly add no value to the bible at present. They really do just warrant further ,earning less research and add nothing to a person 's faith.

 


Joan's comment about verse 5 on 1/06/2015, 10:52pm...

do not waste time on the things which are not important, but put more time on the things which are more nourishing to the spirit of the body and the soul which are true love, pure heart ,clear conscience,and sincere faith.

 


Joan's comment about verse 9 on 1/06/2015, 10:15pm...

he did not come for the righteous but to bring sinners to repentance

 


 

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