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32 ¶ Then Iesus called his disciples vnto him, and said, I haue compassion on the multitude, because they continue with me now three dayes, and haue nothing to eate: and I will not send them away fasting, lest they faint in the way.
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Henriette's Matthew Chapter 15 comment on 5/20/2013, 11:20am...
My comment is on the whole of Matthew. Son of Man is mentioned some 42 times in this gospel. Son of David at least 12 times and Son of God at least 12 times. What stands out is Jesus lineage as "Son of Man" Too many believe the apostacy that Jesus is God. He was both. He inherited mortality from his human Mother Mary but gained immortality as "the wages of sin is death (Mary) As Jesus in "all points was tempted as we are, yet without sin", death had no hold on him hence he became the first fruits of the ressurrection thus showing us the way through him to God his Father and God (John 20:17)
Vincent Aja's Matthew Chapter 15 comment on 3/02/2013, 3:06pm...
I do believe that we are still taking the words of God out of their contexts simply because we do approach the Bible with our minds already made up with denominational doctrines. Otherwise something written in a plain English text shows that the Lord Jesus` accepting to be worshipped proved Him to be God (John 20:28, Revelation 1:17-18). Another truth that this passage has also displayed is that the Jews were the FIRST CHURCH (Acts 7:38), and that the Kingdom of God belongs to them because of the “Covenants” that God had made with their father, and again what the Syrophenician woman displayed here is that through faith the Gentiles will receive mercy and be part of the Kingdom of God. It is very wrong for anybody to teach that God has taken the Kingdom away from the Jews and gave it to the Gentiles. The only way that we can harmonize the Word of God is when we begin to crosscheck what was said in one place with another; and not apply theories to the words of God. For example what the Lord Jesus said here was in agreement with John 4: 22 where He says that, salvation is of the Jews, and in the same manner the Apostle Paul had followed Him with that tone. He disapproved every theory that the Kingdom was taken from the Jews for he always said, of the Jews first then the Gentiles Romans 1:16, etc.
Nabeel nazeer's Matthew Chapter 15 comment about verse 9 on 1/31/2013, 4:55pm...
This verse clearly means that worshipping Jesus Christ by anybody is false. Jesus Christ gives a clear statement regarding this. And such worship is in vain. We must only worship the God whom Jesus prayed to. Hoping for a reply.
Samuel Thomas's Matthew Chapter 15 comment on 1/08/2013, 2:55am...
Response to Elizabeth Lee: “Jesus said that he was not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel” (Mathew 15:24) Here our Lord Jesus testing her faith only. Kindly refer under mentioned verses, and there are many other verses also.
Ref.John 1:9 That was the true Light, which lighteth every man that cometh into the world.
John 4:42, And said unto the woman, Now we believe, not because of thy saying: for we have heard him ourselves, and know that this is indeed the Christ, the Saviour of the world.
8:12, Mathew 28:16 – 20 And Jesus came and spake unto them, saying, All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.
Praise The Lord
Jay's Matthew Chapter 15 comment on 11/30/2012, 4:17pm...
This is why Christians need to study dispensational truth by Clarence Larkin. I Timothy 2:15, God’s plan of salvation for all mankind has never wavered, Ephesians 1:4, Matthew 25:34, God’s method may change, but not his plan. Jesus first purpose was the Jews and have the Jews to have the oracles of God and to evangelize the world, but the Jews rejected him as their messiah John 1:11. So the kingdom of heaven was postponed and ushered in the church age (kingdom of God). The responsibility has now been given over to the gentiles (Ephesians 3:1-10) until the time of the gentiles become in (Romans 11:25), at the rapture of the body of Christ. When Christ stated that it is finished on the cross of Calvary, salvation was available for mankind and extended to whosoever would invite Jesus into their heart as savior, Romans 10:9-13, I Timothy 4:10.
DZARMA EZRA's Matthew Chapter 15 comment about verse 13 on 11/27/2012, 5:24pm...
Sin, sicknesses, oppression, failure, fear, disappointment, depression, ... since they are not planted by the father they can be uprooted through faith in Jesus Christ.
Elizabeth Lee Qiao's Matthew Chapter 15 comment about verse 24 on 8/28/2012, 6:14am...
If Jesus said that he was not sent but unto the lost sheep of the house of Israel (Mathew 15:24)
How can then Jesus be for the whole humanity as he himself says he was only for Israel and how can he take all the sins of the world when he was only limited for Israel
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Alex opoku's Matthew Chapter 15 comment about verse 13 on 1/11/2012, 4:38am...
I think what Jesus meant in that statement was that every doctering, religion or teaching that is contrary to the word of God shall be cut off at the end time.
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