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6 He that regardeth a day, regardeth it vnto the Lord; and hee that regardeth not the day, to the Lord hee doeth not regard it. He that eateth, eateth to the Lord, for hee giueth God thankes: and hee that eateth not, to the Lord hee eateth not, and giueth God thankes.
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Mengistu's Romans Chapter 14 comment about verse 2 on 4/29/2013, 1:59am...
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Ebony hall's Romans Chapter 14 comment about verse 16 on 4/24/2013, 12:08am...
It's telling you that you are more than who you think you are.also you have a lot of value!!!!!!!!
Pastor michael bard's Romans Chapter 14 comment about verse 17 on 4/13/2013, 11:20am...
i feel the kingdom of God is Spirit, God is a Spirit
john 4:24 the kingom of heaven is a relm not place
to enter a person must be born of water. (Baptism)
acts 2:38 and born of the Spirit the (Holyghost)
acts 2:38-39 acts 10 acts 19:5 acts 16 acts 8 read for your self. thanks.
Jeff's Romans Chapter 14 comment about verse 14 on 4/03/2013, 9:08pm...
Paul advocates tolerance of those who insist on regarding meat and drink potentially defiled by idolatry as koinos (common), he himself is convinced that no food is koinos.
Unfortunately the passage is almost universally misapplied to laws of clean and unclean animals as if Paul said that “nothing is unclean (akathartos) in itself.” He did not. He did not use the Greek equivalent for “unclean”; he used the equivalent for “common”. There is a huge difference between the two. His statement that “nothing is unclean in itself” is completely unrelated to the laws of clean and unclean animals. It is a question of whether or not food is permissible when it might potentially have been offered to an idol. As in Corinthians, he warns his readers not to let their liberal interpretation of food sacrificed to idols become a stumbling block to others. The passage in Corinthians mentions wine as one of the questionable foods. Biblical dietary laws never speak of unclean wine. Wine is a koinos issue, not a clean/unclean issue!!
Nita's Romans Chapter 14 comment on 3/26/2013, 10:27am...
The tendency of man to focus on things that are external more than internal or spiritual is the core of this verse. However, Paul lets them know that it’s not physical food/environment but the state of being right with God and possessing His peace and His joy that transforms us into kingdom dwellers.
Maddie's Romans Chapter 14 comment about verse 20 on 3/05/2013, 6:24pm...
Why do Christians eat pork while in the Bible it is forbidden? Answer: Some Christians do avoid the eating of pork because of the Old Testament biblical laws mentioning this. The Seventh Day Adventist is one which observes this practice. The majority of Christians believe that the laws do not apply to them and that this law, along with others, passed with the sacrifice of Christ. The teaching to eat "unclean" exists because of a misunderstanding that has been passed down and is now "tradition." There is no change to the dietary law in the New Testament (NT). Here is a list of the passages used to defend changing the dietary commands and you can easily see that this traditional teaching is not upheld from Scripture; it is the creation of man. In Matthew 15:1-20, Jesus is discussing hand washing with Pharisees, not changing non-food into food. Verse 20 makes this clear. However, men have inserted into many translations: "And thus Jesus declared all foods clean". If you check with the original Greek, or even a King James Bible, you will not find this parenthetical clause. Therefore, this is the addition of men, not the instructions of God. In Acts 10, Peter's vision was about MEN, not food. Jewish tradition was to not enter the home of a gentile because they and their home would be "unclean". The vision of the sheet with unclean items uses the same terminology that Peter uses in verse 28, proving this point: 28) "And he (Peter) said to them (gentiles), 'You yourselves know how unlawful it is for a man who is a Jew to associate with a foreigner or to visit him; and yet God has shown me that I should not call any man unholy or unclean'". The whole point of the vision was that gentiles were to be included in the covenant, not to change non-food to food. 1 Timothy 4:1-5 talks about eating what God created to be eaten, and that everything God created to be eaten was good. The word "food" or "meat" in this passage is the Greek word broma which means: broma, bro'-mah; food (literally or figuratively), especially certain allowed or forbidden by the Jewish law. (Strong's definition, broma, #1033). Paul's warning was that in the last days, teachings would arise that men should not eat what God calls clean, such as chicken or beef or fish, not to turn non-food into food. Therefore, this passage is talking about eating what is allowed under the dietary commands and avoiding what is forbidden by them. The bottom line is this: Christians are supposed to be Christlike. If Jesus did it, we would do the same. If He didn't we don't. There is no record of Jesus or the disciples ever eating anything unclean. If the dietary commandments had been changed, don't you think God would have given at least ONE example of His Son eating something unclean as an example to us that we could? Since no such example exists, then this is the teaching of men, not God. Peter is one of the disciples who ate the so called unclean things. Acts 10:9-17:
9 About noon the following day as they were on their journey and approaching the city, Peter went up on the roof to pray.
10 He became hungry and wanted something to eat, and while the meal was being prepared, he fell into a trance.
11 He saw heaven opened and something like a large sheet being let down to earth by its four corners.
12 It contained all kinds of four-footed animals, as well as reptiles of the earth and birds of the air.
13 Then a voice told him, "Get up, Peter. Kill and eat".
14 "Surely not, Lord!" Peter replied. "I have never eaten anything impure or unclean".
15 The voice spoke to him a second time, "Do not call anything impure that God has made clean".
Shingie's Romans Chapter 14 comment on 12/02/2012, 1:16am...
It is profitable to listen to our conscience because our conscience tells us what is right or wrong.
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