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Adam JG Martin's comment on 12/15/2014, 1:11am...

For All have sinned and fallen short of the Glory of GOD. God used a man to exact his will and punish the lands, and the trump shall sound and the Lord shall punish all the wicked. Rejoice all faithful servants for the time has come.

 


Samson moracha's comment on 12/06/2014, 2:23pm...

our God is so compassionate and since John was born to be forerunner JESUS we are also called to be FORERUNNER TO OTHERS

 


Nomfundo Charity's comment on 12/04/2014, 5:47am...

Was brave and strongly believed in god

 


Elizabeth's comment on 11/23/2014, 10:48am...

God gives to those who pray

 


Maise Andries Molope's comment on 11/20/2014, 1:24am...

God exalt those who are humbled!!! Mary was a virgin and Elizabeth was barren!! Our God is so awesome !!!

 


Marideth cash's comment on 11/11/2014, 11:55am...

I 'm loving it, it is amazing what GOD 'S capabilities are so so amazing I awe of GOD taken a virgin and impregnanted Mary so also has such a precious spriit to be given a gift from GOD his precious son to save our lives from the remission of sins. and also giving Elisabeth a baby who was barren all her life and now she is up in age how remarkle is this true word of GOD. Nothing can compare to these true actual life changes. GOD is extraordinary an awesome wonderer.

 


DAVID JACOB O's comment about verse 80 on 10/29/2014, 12:12pm...

MEN HAVE REPLACE THIS PERSONAL EXPERIENCE AND ENCOUNTER WITH THEOLOGY SCHOOL

 


Zenobia Turner's comment on 10/24/2014, 10:41am...

The entire chapter is so amazing, in 1 37 For with God nothing shall be impossible God saw two woman as righteous, they found favor w Him! Mary was a virgin the Holy Ghost came upon her she conceived Jesus. Elisabeth was barren but, God saw her as righteous, in 1 41 a baby leaped into her womb she was filled with the Holy Ghost she birthed John, whom I believe was John the Baptist. Oh Praise The Lord!

 


MockingBird's comment about verse 35 on 10/24/2014, 10:14am...

Mary believed what the angel told her. That is why she conceived. When we I hear the word of God and believe and act on it then I have conceived His word and His word will come to pass in my life. The power of the highest overshadows us and that Holy thing is His word . Awesome Grace that God would be mindfull of man .

 


Olatunji Matthew's comment about verse 60 on 10/11/2014, 7:31am...

Power of "NO " can vindicate anybody

 


Angelyn's comment about verse 1 on 10/04/2014, 11:44pm...

God Jesus is holy and he is the only living God! He watches us whatever we do. He is trustworthy, loving, and caring. He is even a healer. Like a doctor!

 


Apostle Prince's comment about verse 69 on 9/27/2014, 7:29am...

The Horn of salvation represent Jesus Christ, which means he is and only he is the salvation lied upon

 


Apostle Prince's comment about verse 69 on 9/27/2014, 7:26am...

The Horn of salvation represent Jesus Christ, which means he is and only he is the salvation laied upon, he is the way the truth and light with him salvation can 't be found any where.

 


Dikeledi's comment about verse 37 on 9/24/2014, 11:33pm...

Nothing is impossible with our Father n i gave my life in His hands n i believe He will never leave me walk alone amen

 


Hector Vidal's comment about verse 35 on 9/21/2014, 10:16pm...

The fact that the Holy Spirit Over came upon Mary and the power of the Most High overshadowed her and she became pregnant is the intriguing and amazing part in the birth of our Lord Jesus Christ. It had to be through the perfect seed of God himself for Jesus to be born. No human could meet that task. Only the power of God in Christ could defeat Satan and bring back the Creation to God in its perfection and holiness through Jesus.

 


Rev. Autrey's comment about verse 45 on 7/28/2014, 10:19am...

Luke 1 reads, 'What an honor this is, that the mother of my Lord should visit me! ' The only Lord Elizabeth knew was YHWH GOD of the Old Testament. So this is the God she was talking about. And she called Mary the mother of this God. Then she said that her baby shouted for joy because God 's mother was near her. It can 't be no other way! Elizabeth was refering to Paslm 88, versse 1, where David said of God, 'O Jehovah, God of my salvation, I have wept before you day and night. ' Please tell me if I am wrong. But isn 't Jesus the one who saves us? Then Jesus is the God David is talking about. People get confused because they forget that God has two other personalities besides Jesus. But only through Jesus does he save us. The Father, then, is the way God directs his affairs, but he is not the way God saves us. This is only done through Jesus. May God open pur hearts to understand!

 


R. Arnce's comment on 7/11/2014, 12:37pm...

There are many references and prophesies in the word Pertaining to the coming of the Savior Jesus Christ But in Luke 1 I think we find the most comprehensive and complete Prophesy concerning who Jesus was to be and what he would bring to the world

 


Marie edmund's comment about verse 64 on 6/22/2014, 9:04pm...

I want to know who 's mouth was open and begin to speak in luke 1 verse 64, and also why were the people, afraid and said what manner of child is this

 


Rev. Autrey's comment about verse 47 on 6/17/2014, 1:26pm...

Luke 1, verses 46 through 50 reads, '46 And Mary said, My soul magnifies the LORD, 47 And my spirit has rejoiced in GOD MY SAVIOR. 48 For He has regarded the lowly state of His maidservant. For behold, henceforth all generations will call me blessed. 49 For He who is mighty has done great things for me. And holy is His name. 50 And His mercy is on those who fear Him from generation to generation. ' We will never understand what Mary is saying unless the Holy Spirit helps us to understand that Jesus is the God of the Old Testament. Another way of saying this is, Jesus is the personality of God through whome he spoke to the prophets of old. And is the way he speaks to us today. So the terms LORD and GOD MY SAVIOR mean the same thing. They both are a reference to Jesus as the God of the Old Testament and the Savior of the New Testament. Yes, the Bible speaks of THE FATHER. But the Holy Spirit, too, has to help us understand that THE FATHER, along with THE HOLY SPIRIT, are God 's two other personalities. THE FATHER is the way God directs his affairs, and THE HOLY SPIRIT is the way God inspires us to understand what he is doing. But Jesus is always the way God speaks to us. This is how God speaks to us in the New Testament. "Hi, I d like to say good day to you, again. I am Jesus. The Father sends his greetings, too. " And when we ask Jesus to show us the Father, he says, "When you see me, you see the Father who sent me, " meaning the Father and Jesus are the same God. Then Jesus says, "By the way, The Holy Spirit says hi, too ", meaning that the Holy Spirit is the same God that the Father and Jesus are. Let 's say this. If God came to earth and said call me Jesus and you refused to do so, you are in rebellion. And God is not going to answer your prayer. That s exactly what s happening. And this is waht Mary is telling us!

 


Rev. Autrey's comment on 6/16/2014, 12:35pm...

Luke 1 recor, 42When Elizabeth heard Mary s greeting, the child leapt in her womb. And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and exclaimed with a loud cry, Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. 43And why has this happened to me, that the mother of my LORD comes to me? 44For as soon as I heard the sound of your greeting, the child in my womb leapt for joy. 45And blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfilment of what was spoken to her by the LORD. Notice that Elizabeth used the word LORD to mean GOD. This means that Elizabeth knew that Mary was to be the mother of GOD. The people had waited a long time for the appearance of GOD AS SAVIOR to deliver them from their enemies. But we know that the real enemy was their many sins. This is what Elizabeth was talking about. So when the people refered to Jesus as LORD, they meant that they considered him to be God. The sense that the word LORD means GOD has been lost in today 's religious world, but this was not so in the days of John the Baptist and Jesus. What I am saying is, we must bring it back. Paul said in Romans 10 that we must confess "that Jesus is LORD OR GOD " in order to be saved. He goes on further to say that we must also believed that Jesus raised himself from the dead. And he tops it off by saying that anyone who prays to Jesus by calling on his name will be saved. Please consider this! "

 


Rev. Autrey's comment about verse 17 on 6/16/2014, 12:10pm...

Luke 1 records, 13 But the angel said to him, "Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard, and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John. 14 And you will have joy and gladness, and many will rejoice at his birth, 15 for he will be great before the Lord. And he must not drink wine or strong drink, and he will be filled with the Holy Spirit, even from his mother 's womb. 16 And he will turn many of the children of Israel to the Lord their God. This speaks of the work of John the Baptist. Notice that it referes to John 's turning the people to Jesus as turning them to the LORD THEIR GOD. And notice, too, that the angel used the words LORD and GOD to mean the same thing. This means that when the people refered to Jesus as LORD, they meant that they considered him to be God. The sense that the word LORD means GOD has been lost in today 's religious world, but this was not so in the days of John the Baptist and Jesus. What I am saying is, we must bring it back. Paul said in Romans 10 that we must confess "that Jesus is LORD OR GOD " in order to be saved. He goes on further to say that we must also believed that Jesus raised himself from the dead. And he tops it off by saying that anyone who prays to Jesus by calling on his name will be saved. Please consider this!

 


Rev. Autrey's comment about verse 17 on 6/16/2014, 12:00pm...

Luke 1 records, 13 But the angel said to him, "Do not be afraid, Zechariah, for your prayer has been heard, and your wife Elizabeth will bear you a son, and you shall call his name John. 14 And you will have joy and gladness, and many will rejoice at his birth, 15 for he will be great before the Lord. And he must not drink wine or strong drink, and he will be filled with the Holy Spirit, even from his mother 's womb. 16 And he will turn many of the children of Israel to the Lord their God. This speaks of the work of John the Baptist. Notice that it referes to John turning people to Jesus as turning them to the Lord their God. And notice, too, that the angel used the words LORD and GOD to mean them same thing. This means that when the people refered to Jesus as LORD, they meant that they considered him to be God. The sense that te word LORD means GOD has been lost in today 's religious world, but this was not so in the days of John the Baptist and Jesus. What I am saying is, we must bring t back. Paul said in Romans 10 that we must confess "that jesus is

 


Nkomas94@yahoo.com's comment about verse 26 on 6/09/2014, 10:29pm...

If the first month is April, then October is the sixth month, which will render the birth of Our Lord round about July and not December 25.

 


Buddy Green's comment about verse 46 on 6/03/2014, 2:39pm...

Mary 's gift to Christianity is her unique relationship with Jesus Christ. Each christian has a valid relationship but no other christian has such a unique relationship. Only the first Christian, Mary, could give birth to her own savior and nurture her savior into adulthood to save the rest of us. That 's what Mary is telling us. That 's why catholic and orthodox christians venerate Mary. Its the unique relationship that is venerated.

 


Connie's comment on 5/29/2014, 8:58pm...

Time and time again God has showed us his LOVE and all he ask of US is to believe, ALL things are possible when WE believe He will never leave us Everything in due time, his time not our time !

 


 

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