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9 Knowing this, that the Law is not made for a righteous man, but for the lawlesse and disobedient, for the vngodly, and for sinners, for vnholy, and profane, for murderers of fathers, and murderers of mothers, for manslayers,
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Mike Anagafo's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment about verse 17 on 12/22/2013, 1:14am...
Awesome, Infinite, unfarthomable God. This verse creates a sense of HIS presence when recited with gratitude to the CREATOR of all things.
Didymus's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment on 12/07/2013, 6:57am...
Verse 1 says God is our Saviour. Who is our Saviour if not the Lord Jesus Christ?
Yet even the Jews understood that Christ claimed to be God, for they wanted to stone Him for this claim as St John records. If even those who rejected their Messiah and King knew this, how can we who have received so abundant a revelation in the Christian era not see?
Grant's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment on 11/29/2013, 12:13pm...
Another verse Trinitains cant explain. According to this verse the other 2 gods are not equal. And they willtry to change the meaning of "only". Yes, this is true. At John 1:18 they try to expain the word "any" as something differant than what is written.
Green's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment about verse 1 on 11/27/2013, 9:33am...
Man. Why try to correct TheWord of God it will never happen. Just trust him n take him at his written word. By the way ,man can never write a Book that great n life changing . Amen face it ,Sin is our problem . Not God.
BSP's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment about verse 6 on 10/29/2013, 12:24pm...
There were men who turned from the truth found in God's word and they were turning to empty things. There are so many various teachings and ideas that a person can get involved in and if they put these things above what is found in the Bible they are really pursuing these in vain.
Christabel Bishop's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment about verse 12 on 9/24/2013, 2:56pm...
I thank Almighty God that he hath made me eligible to follow the Ministry of Jesus Christ
and to teach the Gospel to this generation.
Rev. Autrey's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment on 9/02/2013, 3:48pm...
(Verse 2) "May God our Father and Christ Jesus our Lord ..." Here Paul is making the statement that we have always made, that Jesus is one member of the Godhead (God), and the Father and the Holy Spirit are the others two. That is, God is 3 persons, all personalities of the same God.
This means that Jesus in not a lesser God, as many are now saying.
This concept was first put forth by Dr. Arius of Egypt in the early 300's AD, and later condemned by conservative Christians in 325. It's dominant thought is, God the Father is separate from the lesser Jesus. The Father, thus, is seen as the only true God.
Arianism resurfaced in the 16th century after the Protestant revolt. It made its way to England, with Sr. Isaac Newton was one of its major proponents. Groups like the Jehovah's Witnesses are totally Ariam. They not only believe that Jesus did not always exist as a person, but believe also that the Holy Spirit is not a person too.
But the sad fact is that conservative groups like the Baptist and mainstream Penecostals have similiar beliefs. They say that Jesus is only the Son of God. This makes him inferior to God.
They say it like this, "Jesus is not God, He is God's Son."
This is the essence of what they believe about Jesus: He only reveals what God is like, but he is not God himself. I have talked to many Baptist, and they all express this point of view.
Other see Jesus as an emanation, something that came out of God like a ghost image. Others say that God spoke Jesus into existence, meaning that he did not exist before.
The problem seem to be in their belief about the Father being the God of the Old Testament. Where Jesus was at this time they do not seem to know. Some say he was in the "bosom" of the Father. What this means to them is vague at best. Others take this to mean that he is only God's Word manifested as a man.
The point is, all of this makes Jesus something less than "God our Savior." (1 Timothy 2:3)
Let God's word be true!
One's 1 Timothy Chapter 1 comment on 6/25/2013, 1:08pm...
My comment comes from versuses 5-10 of this chapter: Now from what was said in versuses 5-10 we can clearly see that the Law is not our savior; but our mirror, So we can not go around thinking that we our saved because we obey the whole law; NO; For Ephesians 2:8-9 says, "For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God:(9)Not of works, lest any man should boast. .........So if we where saved by our obedience to the Law, then we could judge all those who don't; Which is what alot of us do, because alot of us still believe subconsciously, that we our saved because of our obedience to the Law.... But don't get it twisted; For Romans 6:23 says,(23)"For the wages of sin is death"... So the Law exposses sin, and is the reason why you might be missing out on things in life; But not the reason that God has excepted, or not excepted you as one of his own. CHILDREN; IT'S ALL ABOUT LOVE, AND EVERYTHING ESLE WILL FOLLOW. So please strive for LOVE!
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