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14 Said vnto them, Ye haue brought this man vnto me, as one that peruerteth the people, and behold, I hauing examined him before you, haue found no fault in this man, touching those things whereof ye accuse him.
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Uzoma Ugoji's Luke Chapter 23 comment on 3/28/2013, 8:47pm...
Jesus said unto thy hands i hand over my spirit before he died. When he died Jesus the Christ and the repented robber promised paradise went straight back to heaven.
Mas's Luke Chapter 23 comment on 3/25/2013, 3:29pm...
“And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise”.
Today refers to the very moment Jesus was speaking, but the promise of meeting in paradise was only for the future.
Because just in verse 46 of same chapter, “Jesus gave up the ghost” meaning he died. And could only come back to life three days and three nights later.
So there was no way both could meet in paradise, because both died.
That’s what it says.
God bless you.
Troy's Luke Chapter 23 comment on 3/25/2013, 12:14pm...
Luke 23:43, And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise. What is the meaning of this verse: How would I be able to teach this verse in bible study.
Julia M. Zvaners's Luke Chapter 23 comment about verse 38 on 3/17/2013, 9:41pm...
What was the original definition of Iewes and what year did it first appear in the bible? Also, why did the translators mistranslate the word as that is not what Pontius Pilate wrote? I feel that this is the most offensive verse in the bible because. Our Savior is the King of the Yehudim (Judeans) YeYeshua HaNazarei v Melech HaYehudim. And the word Jew was a vulgar English slang word that didn't appear till the 18th Century and Pilate was speaking of the country from which Yeshua was decent of not Jews. I have looked at it in Greek, Latin, and Hebrew. It breaks my heart to think that hated of the Hebrews so confused Christians to accept that Yeshua (Jesus) was ever King of the Jews. That is like saying he is King of the children of lies. Do you see why I find this so offensive to Our Lord and Savior? Yes I would like to understand why all the learned scholars have been unable to see their error.
James M. Bucher's Luke Chapter 23 comment about verse 31 on 2/06/2013, 6:48pm...
My opinion in this, about the green and dry tree is this; in Matthew 19:3-12, some Pharisees approached him to test him, they asked; is it lawful for a man to divorce his wife on any grounds. Verse 4, haven’t you read, he replied that he who created them in the beginning, made them male and female. Verse 5, he also said: for this reason a man will leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two will become one flesh. Verse 6, so they are no longer two but one flesh, therefore what God has joined together man must not separate. Verse 7, why then, they ask him did Moses command us to give divorce papers, and to send her away. Verse 8, he told them, Moses permitted you to divorce your wives because of the hardness of your hearts, but it was not like that from the beginning: Verse 9, and I tell you, whoever divorces his wife, except, for sexual immorality, and marries another, commits adultery. Verse 10, his disciples said to him, if the relationship of a man with his wife is like this, it is better not to marry. Verse 11, but he told them, not everyone can accept this saying? But only those it has been given to. Verse 12, for there are eunuchs, who were born that way from their mothers’ womb, there are eunuchs who were made by men, and there are eunuchs who have made themselves that way because of the kingdom of heaven, let anyone accept this who can. In Luke 23-27-29, the women were following Jesus as he was going to the cross they were mourning and lamenting him but turning to them, Jesus said daughters of Jerusalem, do not weep for me, but weep for yourselves and your children. Verse 29, look, the days are coming when they say, blessed are the barren, the wombs that never bore, and the breasts that never nursed; Isaiah said in 54:1-rejoice oh barren one, you who have not been in labor, for the children of the forsaken one will be more than the children of the married woman, says the Lord. Geneses 3:16, he said to the woman: I will intensify your labor pains: you will bear children: in Isaiah 56:3, no foreigner who has converted to the Lord should say, the Lord will exclude me from his people, and the eunuch should not say look, I am a dried up tree. Look on verses 4, I will give them, in my house and within my walls, a memorial and a name better than sons and daughters, I will give them a forever lasting name, this my thought on Luke 23:31. Jesus is talking about a woman, or man that can’t produce of their seed, if a women has children, she is fruitful green tree if not she could be a dry tree; or a eunuch can’t produce some eunuchs. When some men decide not to marry could be considered? God bless you women and men that can bear this.
Jay's Luke Chapter 23 comment on 2/02/2013, 2:30pm...
1. War! What is it good for? Absolutely nothing!
2. It has been said that war is God's judgment of sin here on earth and hell (not Hades) is God's judgment of sin hereafter;
3. War and violence will be continuous on earth until the prince of peace stops it after the white throne judgment (Revelation 20:15) when eternity begins.
Jay's Luke Chapter 23 comment on 2/02/2013, 2:04pm...
@ Wilsom Mungai,
1. The time of salvation is the moment a person calls upon and receives the lord Jesus Christ as their personal savior (Romans 10:9-13);
2. Easter is a Babylonian pagan ritual from the pagan Astaroth (Deuteronomy 1:4);
3. A bible believing Christian should never refer to the resurrection day as Easter;
4. My question is what does the rabbit and egg have to do with the resurrection of Jesus Christ?
Jay's Luke Chapter 23 comment on 2/02/2013, 1:40pm...
The righteous are remembered at the moment of salvation (2 Corinthians 6:2), just as we are known by God at the moment of conception (Jeremiah 1:5).
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