Luke Chapter 18 (1611 Bible)
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22 Now when Iesus heard these things, hee said vnto him, Yet lackest thou one thing: Sell all that thou hast, and distribute vnto the poore, and thou shalt haue treasure in heauen, and come, follow me.
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Georgia Chance's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 5/18/2013, 11:42am...
Wow... How off track is that! Really? These were hand picked disciples who were the ones who set up the 12 tribes of Israel in which we celebrate our Church Christian Families today. Our Christian Families our Church Families! Jesus tells us to have these relationships (remember Paul setting up the church's like the Corinthians for example. Maybe you need to read Romans and Acts a little more carefully before you make a comparison of Christians to Manson. Yes we tithe but we are tithing to help the elderly, poor, and missions in order to spread the word of the Bible which is a guide book of how to live our lives correctly. Some, like the disciples, are called to "give up" (which I would say are blessed to serve) to go into the mission field and serve those who don't have. I will pray for you that the Word of God will open up to you as you study further. My love in Christ is with you. I hope you will take my message in Love. Georgia
Gregory lindsey's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 4/15/2013, 7:53pm...
we have to cry out to the Lord daily.and he will respond thats with worship and prayer
Jay's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 1/24/2013, 12:43pm...
1. Your comment is a classic example of a person who is bitter most likely at a Christian who has wronged her or some so called Christian in the news that has done something unbiblical;
2. Even bitter toward God himself because God failed to perform something for her and it did not come about (Hebrews 12:15);
3. We have seen such bitterness before in earlier comments and this is a promising act on your side, because of you still being in the scriptures means you are putting yourself in a more encouraging position to have an encounter with Jesus (Acts 4:13);
4. Like the rest of us born again believers you will need to come to the end of yourself, and then you will meet the one who died for you and the one who will purge you of your bitterness;
5. Letís all put you on our prayer list for your salvation.
Clint's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 9/30/2012, 2:14pm...
Fiona, why are you so bitter? Christ will change you if and only if you want Him. He will not force anything on you! Taste and see if The LORD is not good to you?
Mike Rogers's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 1/20/2012, 12:22pm...
very true and powerfull.
Dibo Ekoko's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 11/06/2011, 1:33am...
Ask after confession in prayers and it shall be given on to you, and when you pray summit totally, and consider your self a no body.
We should get ready to deny our selves for Jesus
Jason's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 9/28/2011, 2:24am...
Yes I look at this blind beggar in verses 35-43 and think sometimes God wants us to seek him and not take no for an answer like this blind man didnt shut up when they were telling him to but He cried out louder. I wonder how many times as christians we ask God for something but when He wants to see how much we want it we dont scream out all the louder. I think about the women in matthew 15:22-28 and she did not take no for a answer. Even after the Lord called her a dog. But she would not take no for a answer and Jesus said great was her faith.
Fiona's Luke Chapter 18 comment on 9/20/2011, 8:19am...
No-one seems to notice that what Jesus preaches is essentially Buddhism. He is telling you that you must give up and detach from everything to pursue the Kingdom of God, which, he says elsewhere, is within you. There is no such thing as Christian Family Values. There is no Christian family. You must do as the apostles did and leave everything, immediately. Look how when they were called, they just dropped everything, dropped their nets, their fish, their amazed families, and walked off with a total stranger.
Interestingly, Charles Manson had the same effect. His follower Pat Krenwinkel left her car, paycheck, everything and followed him, so did many more, and he preached the same kind of things, about appreciating nature and living day by day, trusting that food and shelter will turn up, which it did. People believed Charlie was Christ then, he gave off so much love mixed with so much force.
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