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  • Evelyn jordan on Job 1
    Job was a man that lost everything. ,but never gave up on God.
  • Jessica on John 1
    Amen! , Thank you Jesus! . What a good word!
  • Just food for thought we must wake up There is already a temple where Gods temple was at one time recently the. pope who claimes to be Christ incarnate was at this temple recently remember this pope is a Jesuit and there has never been a Jesuit pope before and there is a huge behind the scene push to make a 1 world religion open our eyes Lord!!! Jerry
  • Most who post on this subject are call "Pre Trib" and say many are"Left Behind" via Jerry Jenkins the great Deciever and they will be saved during the Tribulation but they also say the "Holy Spirit" has been removed!!! My point is simple show me in the kjv how to be saved "without the Holy Spirit"??? Remember you say the Holy Spirit is gone removed not here... Jerry
  • Jesse davis on Colossians 3
    Christ died for us and if we want to we can invite Him into out hearts for salvation. Someone of us ride in our cars to church. Some have to walk and others hitch a ride with someone. We are all going to the same place church. So maybe our comfort zone has been invaded and the hairs on our neck stands up. But if itt's only a change of sound and not doctrine we need to thank God others are coming.
  • Carole on Psalms 127
    I was searching this verse and came across peoples circumstances am humbled.
    I have been trying to remarry and all the relationships just end without proper explanations. I have come to the realisation that I need to engage God in all I do. For my next relationship, I want it to start with God.
  • Obbie Beal on Mark 13
    Verse 1-37 above is sounding the alarm (as it relates to all events of the 'time' mention above); so during that 'time' those saved by the BLOOD OF THE LAMB must be prepared (our hearts and minds) as all those events mention above take place. Ye though I walk through the valley of shadow of death I will fear no evil because THE LORD GOD IS MY SHEPARD through the BLOOD of JESUS.
  • Linda
    Now, if we narrow our lens, Isiah is probably talking about the great salt lake, bka the Dead Sea, which is bordered by Jordan, Israel and the West Bank; and the Wadi Arabah area, which was repeatedly flooded by the Mediterranean Sea. But he is not talking about any part of Africa, as some has suggested. He said across the sea from Ethiopia.
  • Lee Poskey on Galatians 3
    I love Galatians chapter 3!

    It's easily one of my tip top very favorite chapters in the bible.
  • Linda on Isaiah 18
    It's not any part of Africa, as some suggest. It's says across the sea. Africa has no seas running through it. The seas are the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean and Black Sea. You have to rule out the Red Sea, because Asia, too, is resource rich. That means it's Europe. As history tells us, much of Europe had precious little. That's one of the reasons why they left it. Some argue the main reason.
  • Roderick on John 3
    Thank you very much Lord for loving me so much that when I was a sinner you sent your only begotten Son Jesus Christ to die for me. Jesus is God and he reigns forever. Amen
  • Michael on Ecclesiastes 3
    I think this a the pivotal chapter of Ecc that turns the mood of the wise teacher from the futility of work, toil and life without God in the first 2 chapters, to the realization that there IS a time for every purpose under heaven but ONLY with God's direction, purpose and love. The Wise One then gives more examples of the difference between mans life works without God and the Beasts.
  • Lauren
    Michael: The Original 1611 KJV does actually have the superscription "Written by Timothy" on it that was added by the translators. Whether it is incorrect and inconsistent or not, it isn't at the fault of kingjamesbibleonline.
  • Kathy on John 5
    John 1:1-5 says that the Word is creator. Verse 14 backs up this Word is the one who came in the flesh to save us. Jesus. So: Definition of a blasphemer: a man who claims to be as God. Jesus as Co-creator and the Word was with God...v1 is the only person that is was flesh that can would be not guilty of claiming to be God: and the Word was God. There is one more definition of a blasphemer.
  • Michael on Psalms 4
    "Thou hast put gladness in my heart." Knowing the origin of gladness is thrilling and rewarding.
  • Ivy Johnson on 1 John 3
    We are in this body of flesh: on earth: we have to deal with: the world: the flesh: and the devil. For we have not an high priest which cannot be touched with the feeling of our infirmities; but was in all points tempted like as we are, yet without sin.
    Hebrews 4:15: There is none righteous, no not one. All our righteousness are as filthy rags. Because of Jesus, God sees us righteous .



  • Obbie Beal on Mark 12
    1-11 describes 2019; by Jehovah /GOD in 2019 we are entrusted /invested with 'life' by GOD and HE expects a return on HIS investment in us; so we declared and exercised rights that trumps GOD's plan for our daily life and SALVATION; so GOD blesses us with many days of life yet reserve HIS rights to demand a good return from us; soon GOD shall open the books showing how we managed HIS JESUS.
  • Winnie Kyokunda Buziro on Revelation 1
    Stevie, we do not qualify by our actions. No man can meet God's standards by himself, it's only by the grace of God that we are saved through faith and we obtain righteousness of God through Christ Jesus who died for us. The bible says no man can boast of his works to be good to please God, "I've paraphrased."
  • Marlo on Luke 21
    Encompassing about of Jerusalem with Gentile armies began to culminate in the late 1800's til now. Just look at MENA for a nugget of tuth.
  • Marlo on Matthew 23
    Verse 38 - behold your house is left to you desolate.... Key word, desolate not destroyed pointing to the Prophet Daniel 8:13, the final desolation when the leaders accept a false Messiah, the ultimate betrayal. Luke 21:20 gives the briefest outlook of the landscape just before the abomination of desolation which is the angel of the bottomless pit dwelling inside the peacemaker, Satan's tool.
  • Lolly Poppy on Genesis 7
    I especially like the comment by ACM where he/she has us to notice verse 16 - The Lord Shut Them In. I noticed that in the bible years ago - not Noah, but God wanted us to know that HE closed the door, and we know that door could not be opened without him. Also it lets us know that when God takes his church (those that are ready) out of the earth that it will be powerful.
  • Marian Wilson on Psalms 57
    God is merciful and long suffering and slow to anger
  • Anonymous on Wisdom of Solomon 14
    Who, than do you say, was his father?
  • Ivy Johnson on Isaiah 43
    The Bible indicates that at the Transfiguration of Jesus, Peter, James and John recognize Moses, and Elijah. We will know and recognize each other more fully, than we do now, and they will recognize us also. The Apostle Paul declared : now I know in part; then I shall know fully, even as I am fully known(I Corinthians 13:12): The rich man, in hell, recognized Abraham, and Lazarus in his bosom.
  • Rachell conwell on Isaiah 61
    I too would like to know about the "oil of joy". What does this mean or refer to?
  • If you're sick listen to this chapter and Galations 3 over and over and say Christ has redeemed me from tumor or cancer what ever your sickness is. Listen to redeemed from the curse by Kenneth E Hagin and Read Lilian b Yeoman's books.
  • TINY on Isaiah 55
    I accept and believe in the plan of God I receive his son Jesus Christ as my savior,with much Love and gratitude for the sacrifice he made for my sins on the cross and I now live by Faith in The plan of the Father , the Son and the Holy Ghost.
  • Proverbs 3:5-6
    And shall make him of quick understanding in the fear of the LORD: and he shall not judge after the sight of his eyes, neither reprove after the hearing of his ears:But with righteousness shall he judge the poor, and reprove with equity for the meek of the earth: and he shall smite the earth with the rod of his mouth, and with the breath of his lips shall he slay the wicked. Isaiah 11:1
  • Proverbs 3:5-6
    And there shall come forth a rod out of the stem of Jesse, and a Branch shall grow out of his roots: And the spirit of the LORD shall rest upon him, the spirit of wisdom and understanding, the spirit of counsel and might, the spirit of knowledge and of the fear of the LORD;
  • Proverbs 3:5-6

    He shall be great and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David: 33And he shall reign over the house of Jacob for ever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end.Luke 1:29-33.


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