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    Not that I know of
  • Ann
    Audra J Patterson, I do not see any twin sisters being born in my KJV Bible.
  • Ivan
    Only male twins are mentioned in the Bible. The Song of Solomon also mentions twins born by sheep 4:2
  • Brian Dougherty
    There are no twin sisters mentioned in the Bible however Mary the Mother of Jesus and Elizabeth the Mother of John the Baptist were relatives to each other. Luke 1:36
  • Charley on Psalms 51
    Create in me a pure heart oh god. please pray for me to hate sin more and to love jesus more.Psalms 51
  • Tazy on Genesis 2
    god is good :
  • Kelli on Genesis 2
    All the time!
  • Sally on Luke 23
    How precious was the faith of the ex- malefactor who became a believer. By not fighting back when attacked we could lead someone to Christ by living a righteousness life.
  • Chumad on Deuteronomy 28
    how in the world did these people who knew what the curse was and still did not obey how could they not believe after all they had already been thru. something is missing.....who mislead these people?
  • Robert on Deuteronomy 28
    To understand the continued failing of the majority of the Children of Israel, you must return to Exodus.. In Exodus we see that from the moment they left Egypt they Murmured against God and Moses, the panicle of their rebellion and rejection of God was reached at the foot of Mt. Sinai in the creation and worship of the Golden Calf! the resulting judgment by God read Psalms 81...
  • Gene on Deuteronomy 28
    sometimes the "" shepherds "" of Christianity lead many astray unwittingly just as did many shepherds of the Jewish religion at that time as it is written in both NT AND OT AS I SEE IT
  • Vivian
    In a Baptist Church, Can a deacon of the church date and or marry a church member if the deacon is a widow and the church member is divorced. The divorce was due to adultery on the other half in the marriage, not the church member spoken of
  • Bro Emeka Ihai
    Dear Vivian, Jesus commandment on divorce is very clear-Mark 10:11 12 so A christian cannot remarry after a divorce until the other partner dies. Only then are they loosed from their previous mariage. However you should discuss this with the Elders and Pastor of your church. Godbless you...
  • Patty Tozi on Psalms 150
    My God Will Answer Our Prayers. He Will Be There Every Moment Of Our Life Thru Our Ups and Downs. God Will Forever Love Us As He Did His Son When He Walked Upon This Earth!!! So Go To Him Anytime You Need Him. Seek His Guildness In Any Decession You Need An Answer too!!!!! PRAISE HIM ALWAYS AFTERWARD: For He Is Your Father In Heaven!!!
  • Patty Tozi on Revelation 5
    Our God is a Mighty God!!! Our God is Near us every Moment of our Life. Thru the Blood of His Son Jesus We will come to Him at the Ending of Our Life. Our God to us is Compassion- - Great Love-- Protector- - Strength-- and Counselor: Our God is our Mighty Warrior as we walk in this Evil World!!! PRAISE HIM CONSTANTLY:
  • Patty Tozi on Luke 1
    Bless our holy god!!
  • Max kennedy on Revelation 3
    It's the tribute of Solomon who was was wise, 1 Kings 4:30, but Jesus is greatet, Matthew 12:42. It's in 1 Kings 10:14. This was about the time Solomon's wisdom was running out, because he turned to other gods and did evil, 1 Kings 11, and his yoke was grievous 1 Kings 12:11, and he wasn't suppose to multiply gold to himself. Or wives for that matter etc. Deuteronomy 17:17. It's also a riddle
  • Stanjett on Genesis 26
    betimes b t mz ADVERB archaic before the usual or expected time early. "next morning I was up betimes" synonyms: before the usual time before the appointed time prematurely too soon
  • Stanjett on Genesis 22
    Well, If it was me and my only child daughter , I would be in Hell now, because I would not do it. Sorry Lord. She would still be alive.
  • Eric on Romans 11
    On the second paragraph of this chapter's commentary, I beg to differ. One Abraham is not the root but Christ is. We are are grafted in Christ as the olive tree for He alone is Holy and hence if the root be holy so are the branches. Second we are saved by grace hence made heirs through the faith of Christ and not Abraham, Abraham was mere man like the rest of us. John 1:12, we are children of God.
  • Vanessa on Romans 11
    Paul spoke of it being Abraham's tree, God made the promise to him, that his people will be his people and we are only grafted in by unbelief and should never boast in that fact be grateful, for we are of wild olive trees and Abraham's was the pure olive tree GB
  • Eric on Romans 11
    Salvation to mankind was first foretold by God Himself in Genesis 3:15. There was no Abraham at that time. Abraham was a Chaldean a pagan but chosen by God to be the root in the lineage of Christ coming.But the Isralites rejected Christ and for their unbelief they were cut off. We were grafted in because of believing in God as John 1:12 says, we became the children of God.
  • Vanessa on Romans 11
    He was God's chosen to be the father of his nations he is the Olive tree
  • Vanessa on Romans 11
    Paul was speaking of the Olive tree which began with Abraham a promise again made by God to him that he would deliver his people the Jew , who bragged about being God's chosen and we gentiles were heathens without God this is what he is referring to here. we are grafted in because of their boasting and denying of Christ . Luke 16:22-25 shows who Abraham was and do not call him unclean, God's heart
  • Eric on Romans 11
    Luke 16:22-25 was just a parable. The Bible is as clear as day where the dead go and is back to the ground until Christ's second coming when they shall be resurrected. Eccl 9:5,6, 1 Thessalonians 4:16,17, Daniel 12:2. It was based on what the Sadducees believed that the righteous ascend when they die while sinners burn eternally in hell and there is no resurrection after physical death.
  • Eric on Romans 11
    Kindly read John 15:1-6. Jesus says He is the true vine and we are the branches. The branches that bare fruit a retained whereas them that bare not are cut off. Baring fruit is keeping the faith of Jesus and keeping his commandments Revelation 14:12. Not baring fruit is the opposite, which most of the Jews did, they believed not whom God had sent which equates to eternal life John 17:3 and hence cut off.
  • Vanessa on Romans 11
    I agree with the vine , but I was referring to the message in Roman's 11:17 and Paul being a Jew was speaking how we are grafted in and to read all about Abraham is truly amazing, how God picked him to be the father to all nations, coming from a pagan land as he did and God spoke to him and told him to travel into a land he did not know and he did by faith. Peace be with you God Bless you
  • Gary Olsen on Revelation 11
    19-The arc of the testament that holds the 2 stone tablets with the 10 commandments written by the hand of GOD along with the GOD inspired book of the law written by Moses and placed in the arc with the tablets , Deuteronomy 31:26, is now in the temple of GOD. In Malachi 3:6, it is written "I am the LORD, I change not." The same can be said about his law. What was written then, we'll be judged by tomorrow.
  • Sammy chalefac Njukang
    Who Shallow Jonah and why? what was it future biblical significance?
  • Bro Emeka Ihai
    Dear Sammy, a very big fish prepared by God swallowed Jonah after he was thrown overboard a ship which He boarded to flee when God commanded him go and preach to the City of Nineveh Jonah 1:17 . He was in the belly of the fish for 3 nights and 3 days. The Lord made reference to this event in the New Testament Matthew 12:40 signifying his Resurrection from the grave after dying on the Cross.

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