Hebrews Chapter 6 (1611 Bible)
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Kurian's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment about verse 1 on 3/20/2013, 2:30am...
Christian faith rests on God’s perfection.
Timothy Wayne George's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment about verse 20 on 2/28/2013, 10:51pm...
Jesus is an eternal High Priest after the order of Melchizedek who had neither beginning of days or ending of days. Jesus the second member of the Godhead occupies three offices: Prophet, Priest, and King. Jesus is seated at the right hand of the Father, performing his High Priest duties, and He will come back as the King of Kings, and Lord or Lords. So He is not the same as Melchizedek, but like him. Study Hebrews 7:1-10 to learn more.
Elvis's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment about verse 20 on 2/28/2013, 7:11am...
I understand Melchisedec was an actual literal king that helped Abraham when he returned from a battle, but does this verse use Melchisedec as Jesus Christ Our Lord? Please can anyone help thanks.
Jose e's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment about verse 5 on 2/26/2013, 5:42pm...
Sounds like miracles.
Harry Robinson's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment on 1/25/2013, 8:34pm...
The sin of those in the wilderness was unbelief, this is the only unpardonable sin not homosexuality backsliding or anything else those are personal sins but unbelief is something different it is the same as calling God a liar.
Mas's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment on 1/14/2013, 8:41am...
If you are truly born again then there is no way you can commit unpardonable, because both are mutually exclusive.
“We know that whosoever is born of God sinneth not; but he that is begotten of God keepeth himself, and that wicked one toucheth him not” I John 5:18. The sin that it is about here is the unpardonable. Just as its name says, unpardonable sin cannot be forgiven.
So all sin that can be forgiven is not unpardonable.
Believe me, you never committed that kind of sin.
Because as born again Christians, you and I are fortunate that through the blood of Christ, we have been excluded from committing unpardonable sin.
God bless you.
Eileen Dorn's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment about verse 5 on 1/12/2013, 5:39pm...
I'm still struggling to understand it because I was born-again, filled with the spirit, and thought I had committed the unpardonable sin, but Jesus forgave me! Praise His Holy Name!
B.J. Manuel's Hebrews Chapter 6 comment about verse 10 on 11/25/2012, 11:09pm...
Satan, the Devil, is sometimes able to make Christians feel like their labor for God is useless, unappreciated, and that they are going nowhere. This verse assures me that righteous deeds done to the glory of God the Father through Christ are never forgotten of God. They always have value with the Lord. The verse reminds me of 1Corinthians 15:58 which states, "Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as you know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord." We need to keep on plowing and planting the gospel. In God's own good time He will give a bountiful crop to His glory. It is also like God is saying "Thank You" and keep up the good work. Something wonderful is coming your way.
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