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- King James Bible "Authorized Version", Cambridge Edition
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10:13 #Joel 2:32|.
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Ro 10:13 For whoso ever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. See Joe 2:32. To "call upon the name of the Lord" implies, (1) That the true God (Jehovah, in the Hebrew quotation) shall be approached in worship, and (2) that there shall be something more than saying, "Lord, Lord", etc. (Mt 7:21,22). The language, wherever used, implies coming to the Lord and calling on him in his appointed way. Compare Ac 22:16 2:21 Ge 12:8. This promise of Joel, since it says "whosoever", is not limited to the Jewish race.
Reynolds Smith's comment on 2012-11-30 06:18:43:
The Word of God does not need to be changed or altered. It says it all and is simple to believe. The Holy Spirit is drawing everyone to Jesus Christ and He is waiting for anyone to call upon Him for forgiveness of sin and He will hear their prayer and forgive them of all their sins.
allan's comment on 2012-09-08 10:12:12:
It shows that God doesn't choose tribes,or they are some people that He want to save and leave others.God want to save us all as His children.
In other words God is giving us the will to choose whether to be saved or to be lost.MAY GOD BLESS US AS WE CONTINUE READING HIS WORD.
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