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Georg's Luke Chapter 21 comment about verse 1 on 5/16/2013, 2:51pm...
how cn i pray and be heard
C.P. Machovsky's Luke Chapter 21 comment about verse 22 on 3/11/2013, 10:14am...
"All things which are written" refers to all Old Testament Prophecy. What is evident then, is that nothing of a specific nature, prophesied before the end of the war of 70 AD, can be fulfilled. An example is the future restoration of Israel, foretold in the Old Testament. During the time of Christ, God used every means available to persuade His people to accept His beloved Son, and to remain faithful to Him. But many would not. Those who rejected Christ to the very end had their names blotted out of the Book of Life. While the faithful Jews had their salvation confirmed, and were Raptured, the rest were left behind, and they and their descendants remain to this day as Gentiles, in other words, blinded Jews. This, by the way, was God's last attempt to gather His people to Himself. Those who remained faithful are, no doubt, in heaven. The others, who try to live by the Law, are under the curse. At any rate, they can only be saved the same way Gentiles are saved, by faith in Jesus Christ. Isaiah 6 gives proof that no future generation of Israel will be punished for what evil their ancestors did, nor rewarded for any good things their forefathers did. And Deuteronomy 7 reveals that, while God keeps His covenants for a "thousand generations" (meaning all eternity), He only keeps his promises to those who love Him and obey His commandments.
Mondo's Luke Chapter 21 comment about verse 26 on 3/11/2013, 1:43am...
2 Peter 3:10 is the same event as is Matthew 24:29, the heavens shall be shaken, the sun goes out and the moon turns red and then every living human will die and those who are saved will be with Christ. And those who are not of the resurrection are in their graves. The universe will melt with fervent heat the earth also. This is at the end but not before Christ stands on the mount of olives and it splits in two, Israel is defended by Christ and Satan is put in the bottomless pit.
Timothy Wayne George's Luke Chapter 21 comment about verse 11 on 2/15/2013, 2:22pm...
We are living in the days that Jesus talked about on the Mount of Olives as He told the disciples of the signs of His coming Kingdom. Now that NASA has the Satellites in space observing the Asteroids and how close they are to colliding with Earth. These are indeed the fearful sights that Jesus was talking about. At the end of the tribulation the Sun will refuse to shine, and the Moon will sink in blood, as the Stars fall from Heaven, then shall they see the Son of man coming in the clouds with great power and great glory.
Vincent's Luke Chapter 21 comment on 2/07/2013, 11:07am...
Those of you who are piling on Thomas are forgetting one very important thing. Thomas was chosen by Jesus as one of the original 12 to be called Apostles. You also forget that Jesus used ordinary men with very ordinary and extraordinary failings to counter the hypocrisy of the Pharisees and preach the Word. Yes, in the end, Thomas did come to truly believe when he saw Christ's palms and side and went on to preach the Word up until his martyrdom like all the rest of the Apostles except John. Thomas was no more an intellect than I am, but rather just and ordinary man chosen and molded for extraordinary reasons.
Jay's Luke Chapter 21 comment on 1/30/2013, 12:25pm...
@Timothy comments towards doubting Thomas:
1. I agree with Clint that you cannot argue with an unbelieving such as Thomas appears to be, he will most likely be doubting until he comes face to face with Jesus himself and sees the hole in his side and nail scarred hands;
2. There is enough evidence to prove that the King James Bible 1611 is the only holy spirit inspired word of God to the English speaking people and God knowing that English was going to be the language of the world in the last days, ordained this perfectly preserved Bible in 1604-1611 by a king (Psalm 12:6,7), and is the seventh bible translated into the English speaking language;
3. We are not suppose to answer a fool according to his folly (Proverbs 26:4) and cast our pearls before swine (Matthew 7:6);
4. Last week I took a few minutes to demonstrate the King James 1611 compared to the NIV to a young person in the lord, a disciple of mine and he understood immediately because he is open to truth, unlike doubting Thomas;
5. I have come across people like doubting Thomas many times, and the only thing this person is interested in doing is vacillating his intellect for others to witness just like the Pharisees and Sadducees;
6. The Sadducees deny the resurrection that's why they were sad-u-see, and the resurrection alone verifies the virgin birth (Romans 1:4; 8:11);
7. So let doubting Thomas alone to wallow in his intellect and turn him over to God for the destruction of his unbelieving spirit;
8. There is nothing wrong with being an intellectual, but do not allow the intellect to undermine the simple faith that comes from Christ Jesus, our savior (2 Corinthians 11:3).
Clint's Luke Chapter 21 comment on 10/01/2012, 2:14pm...
You canít argue with unbelievers, they disparage THE WORD because they havenít got the Holy Spirit. Satan tries millions of ways to put doubts into menís mind and these are tools of Satan and his demons! As Christians all we can do is pray for them that God will have mercy on them and deliver them from Satanís influence!
Timothy Wayne George's Luke Chapter 21 comment on 8/22/2012, 9:51am...
Dear Doubting Thomas, true the KJV was written in Textus Receptus,as instead of the Minority Report. We are not going to get in the debate about the original manual manuscripts of the bible. The KJV is the oldest contemporary copy of the Word of God, and it is the most correct translation from the Vulgate to English. Paul said the just shall live by faith. Faith is the substance of things hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen. We believe by faith that Jesus Christ was born of the Virgin Mary, suffered death of the Cross, was buried, and the third day rose from the dead. He is coming again, to judge the living and the dead. It is appointed unto man once to die, and after that the judgment. Prepare to meet thy God. Prophecy confirms the veracity of the Bible, and just wait until all prophecy will be fulfilled. Jesus said in your patience posses ye your souls. Thank God for the Bible.
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