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Oluwafemi philip abanigbe's comment on 10/13/2011, 9:49am...

The book of MATHEW made me to know that GOD want his people to repent of their SIN and to be deliver from their bondages, and also made me to know that before JESUS was FOURTHEEN GENERETIION, so GOD LOVE his people and want us to return back to him.

 


Glenda's comment about verse 9 on 10/12/2011, 11:23am...

Matthew 1 reminds me of the long & rich tradition from which comes my Christian faith. So comforting to see oneself within a community that crosses time & space.

 


Doorgunner's comment on 10/12/2011, 9:35am...

I am a combat veteran of the VietNam war. I have read the Bible thru 26 times, but today I noticed something from a veteran's perspective: One would think that the Jews desired to be delivered from their enemies, and that would be what they were focused on while waiting for their Messiah. But God saw (sees) things differently...."...he shall save them from their SINS...." God was more concerned about saving the people of Israel from THEMSELVES, than from their enemies. As a combat veteran, I find that way of thinking....amazing/unbelievable/inconceivable!
I spent my time in war killing my enemies and trying to save civilians from genocide! God, instead, wants to save their SOULS!!!!!!!!!!!!!
(I stand corrected....by God!)

 


Ayrton's comment on 10/12/2011, 7:28am...

@ Jael. You are right about David, he knew the sin he committed & repented but it was not only that incident. David is known as the "Man after God's heart" he always repented before the Lord.
About Solomon, he is David's biological son. When David saw Bathsheba, she was married to Uriah, but David still engaged with her but the first seed that they had died (2Sam 12:15-23).

2Sam 12:24-25 says the Lord has extended his mercy to David & Bathsheba & they bore a child called Solomon in hebrew (Jedidaih). At this time Uriah was dead, so it is not possible for Solomon to be Uriah's son.

 


Julius's comment on 9/23/2011, 5:46am...

man inspired to deliver the message ot salvation,through miracles and wonders by is talented speeches

 


Biblereader's comment on 9/18/2011, 11:26pm...

To rami hassans comment
The King James Version Bible is the true and fully inspired word of God. I remember a very annointed lesson not long ago that was preached at the Pentecostal Youth Fire Conference in Louisville, Kentucky. It was about the King James Version of the the Bible and was found to be the correct word of God. Other versions change words and meanings of words. And in all cases leave out scriptures that were inspired by God. This is a true example of what this world has come to. Churches using the watered down versions of the bible to fit their lifestyle. God doesnt think that it is alright for us to change his ways to fit our lives. in fact it is the total opposite. he wants us to bury the old man and neglect our fleshly desires daily so that we can grow closer to him. much of the gospel is not preached in many religions and even in church denominations. this is a disgrace to God. The new testament is inspired by God as well as the old testament and we dont neglect what the old testament says just because we r under grace. and the jewish books that arent inspired by God are in themselves totally contradictory to the Bible even in the old testament in which they believe in using. some believe once saved always saved and that is contradictory to the bible. i could go on and on about what is wrong. but i know what is right and the bible speaks for itself. anything that is confusing when compared with the scriptures of the bible is not of God. For God is not the author of confusion. if you are saved or claim to be saved then read the word of God and pray and seek his face as well as fast. not only fasting as in not eating but in laying things aside in life so that u can use that time to pray and read the word of God. God will lead u to the answers in this sanctified word of God. and if u dont have a physical bible then i recommend getting a Thompson Chain Reference Bible KJV. God can and will teach those who are willing to learn.

 


Jael's comment on 9/16/2011, 10:00pm...

King David was the one who saw the error of his ways when
Nathan told him. He asked God's forgiveness. A rare event in the Bible. Solomon was not his son though . He was Uriah's.

 


Brenda Mc Chapter 1comment on 9-1-2011's comment on 9/01/2011, 3:14am...

First, and foremost, I believe in every word in the Bible, as well as Matthew Chapter 1. It is the only book in existance known to foretell events that has, and will come to pass. I recognize the signs of our end time, wars, and rumors of wars. Earthquakes in divers places. Disease no man can cure, and so on. The beauty of Jesus Christ is He did not come to force anything on anyone. He offers a choice to follow Him, or burn eternally in HELL. i AM GRATEFUL for the opportunity to spread the GOOD NEWS of life beyond this era. I PRAY for those who don't make it. It is a known fact that everybody won't.

 


Jeanne's comment on 8/19/2011, 1:39am...

I believe it is the inspired word of God.

 


Wanda's comment on 8/15/2011, 1:26am...

It is so so simple. Pray, believe and have faith that Jesus is the son of god. When you are a child of God you will not want to sin so therefore will not be as much sin.Jesus is the light of the world and we will have more light
in our life as a child of God.
Matthew 17:20.

 


Zoe's comment on 8/14/2011, 3:18pm...

Joshua as a name is so mainstream.

 


Janie Beth LeBlue's comment on 8/12/2011, 10:38am...

All the begats are monotonous till you learn who all the characters are. So many considered in the blood line tell us Whom God Accepts,like Ruth who not a Jew, Urias' wife, whom David lusted after and had her husband killed,God accepted, ultimately Jeaus was considered the bloodline of Joseph,but he was actually an adopted son to Joseph. In other words,the ones we least expect,God accepts. Makes you think twice about whom your children choose as a mate. May not seem RIGHT to us. But if God accepts them, who are we to say otherwise?

 


Derrik j Smith's comment about verse 1 on 8/09/2011, 5:24pm...

This is a lie straight from the pit of sheol, it said Iesus for the simple fact the letter j is only about 400 years old! The Messiah's name was never Jesus. This name was made up
His name has always been Yahshua.

 


Ono akpe's comment on 7/31/2011, 4:56am...

The word has come to set us free and we are free indeed.,

 


Mark D.'s comment on 7/30/2011, 5:37pm...

God preserved this bloodline through many things that could have ended it. This shows that God has a plan set in stone. We can work against it, fight it, or try and stop it, but all we do will fail, and God's plan will be carried out. And when it comes to God, Heaven, and eternity, failing is the last thing we should want. See you there.

 


Chriskai's comment on 7/27/2011, 2:25am...

God loved us so much that he put a plan in motion to save us. He didn't just sent anyone to save us. He sent the most important person to him, Jesus Christ. This should tell and show us how much we mean to him.

 


Trent's comment on 7/25/2011, 9:57pm...

Pray and ask God what translation you should be reading. If you are uncertain, you can't go wrong with the King James Bible, a tried and true translation.

 


Bob's comment on 7/25/2011, 9:52pm...

Jesus is the light of the world!

 


Trent's comment about verse 1 on 7/25/2011, 5:07pm...

The name Iesus is simply translated to Jesus in our modern English. Iesus is more of a Latin word and the English language used more Latin words back in 1611.

 


Elijah's comment about verse 23 on 7/22/2011, 10:03am...

This cleary states God with us in the flesh is Jesus Christ. How can anyone deny the diety of Christ the Son of the only God?

 


Trevor's comment on 7/18/2011, 2:33am...

i think matthew chapter 1 is a clear description that the family tree of Jesus consisted of people that were imperfect yet zealous after God and finally Jesus born in obscurity but in no way insignificant.May His name be praised forever.amen

 


Rev. Cloyd Jones's comment on 7/17/2011, 2:08pm...

If you have any uncertainty who Jesus is, go to the old city of Jerusalem Israel. Inter through the Damascus gate, donít be haste, pray as you go. Seek the Lard and the Lord will find you.

 


Lina Everett's comment on 7/12/2011, 12:11pm...

I am enjoying the reading and learning on line material. Thank God for having people to help study the word f God thank you thank you

 


Rami hassan's comment on 7/09/2011, 8:29am...

many different bibles ( copies and translations ) . i dont know till now what i should choose to believe. i read more than six copies. really i dont know which bible is accepted be jesus himself. but what iam sure about the jesus didn't say iam the lord you should worship me. just one hidden statement, and u will not find it in Creek copy. jesus said the you all are sons of the lord, so we all are sone of the lord we all are jesuses not only jesus

 


Dave's comment on 6/05/2011, 10:42pm...

the KING JAMES BIBLE is truly GODS word given to us from his disiples and man has tryied to move,has changed,rewrote,and tryied to confuse people by using others to lead them astray inmany different ways and churches. you must know that man cannot live on bread alone, they must have JESUS in their everyday life as their leader, guide,savior, and their rock and until you submit to him you will be in confusion for eternity, and one day every knee will bow and every tounge shall confess that JESUS CHRIST is LORD will you be praising him or asking mountains to fall on you. may the HOLY SPIRIT work in your lives to keep you on the straight and norrow.

 


 

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