Bible Discussion PAGE 140

  • Praise - in Reply on Mark 11
    Like the intance in the bible Jesus tempted by satan.
  • Praise - in Reply on Mark 11
    Jesus fasted in the wilderness for 40 days and 40 nights he was led by the Holy Spirit to be tempted by satan the first one was "If you are the son of God command ye stones that they shall turn to bread. "The Jesus said "Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds from the mouth of God. Then satan took him to the top of Jerusalem the said unto ye "Throw your self down that your father shall send his angels too carry you. then Jesus said "Ye shall not test your lord God.

    Then Satan took him to the top of a moutain and said "I shall give you all the parts of the world I can give it to anyone that pleases me if you will bow down and worship me.

    The Jesus said "Do not temp your lord God. The Jesus said "Get behind me satan.
  • Praise - in Reply on Mark 11
    That is so easy.
  • Praise - in Reply on Mark 11
    It is not everywhere the only place that we are not supposed to pray is on a street. So that people will no that you are praying. The bible said like Daniel he did not pray on the street he prayed west ward Jerusalem.
  • Mishael on FEAR NOT on Revelation 12
    Genesis 1:26. And God said, Let US make man in OUR faith image, after our likeness: and let THEM have dominion over .... creation. (Not other people)

    God is Spirit (no color)

    Holy Spirit (no color)

    Jesus (Mary's color)

    The 3 persons of the Godhead have WILLS. It was given to Adam and Eve. They could obey God's will; OR do what they did: disobey God's will (for them) which they did with Satans encouragement; deception.

    Satan has a will. He was a created Archangel; covering Cherub. His speeches start with I WILL. He's the evil that hurts people. Not God. Satan never does anything good. He wills, to crush Gods children.

    He thought he had killed the Son of God. Imagine his grief when Jesus walked out of the grave.

    A scripture says that Jesus was an ordinary looking man; that others would not look upon as being desirous.

    He will not look like Revelation 1 Jesus, until we get to Revelation 1: with the white hair and eyes as flames of fire. That's when he becomes the Lion of the tribe of JUDAH.

    I agree that people since Adam & Eve have been exploited based on color, wealth and position. There is no way to fix or repay for all the suffering of mankind. The only one who can offer hope is Jesus Christ.

    WHO can possibly profit off of mass anger, lack, need, fear? It is The Spirit of Antichrist flexing his muscles against anyone who might believe and follow Jesus to salvation. These crowds are described all through the New Testament, Bible! Satan will possess the Antichrist eventually. It's not ever going to be normal life again. This is a preview of satans plan for the world.

    Don't despair and lose heart. Draw closer to Jesus at this time, and He will guide you with his wisdom and preserve your life and those you love. Sit down beside your bed and pray more. Pray for wisdom and strength. He is coming for us! Keep your focus on HIM. Get your families saved. Love will guide your witness to them.

    I love and pray for you.
  • Praise - in Reply on Matthew 16
    Umm..?? I think so.
  • Praise - in Reply on Matthew 16
    It is true.
  • Praise - in Reply on Matthew 16
    That was the first rapture that took place as Enoch was walking with God he did not acsend he was taken up to heaven in an twinkling of an eye.
  • Praise - in Reply on Matthew 16
    The Pharisees also with the Sadducees came, and tempting desired him that he would shew them a sign from heaven.
  • Kjfhsak eu - in Reply on Matthew 16
    Revelation Chapter 13

    1And I stood upon the sand of the sea, and saw a beast rise up out of the sea, having seven heads and ten horns, and upon his horns ten crowns, and upon his heads the name of blasphemy.

    2And the beast which I saw was like unto a leopard, and his feet were as the feet of a bear, and his mouth as the mouth of a lion: and the dragon gave him his power, and his seat, and great authority.

    3And I saw one of his heads as it were wounded to death; and his deadly wound was healed: and all the world wondered after the beast.

    4And they worshipped the dragon which gave power unto the beast: and they worshipped the beast, saying, Who is like unto the beast? who is able to make w
  • Kjfhsak eu - in Reply on Matthew 16
    That is john.
  • Bettie Blossom on Revelation 21
    How do you recognize if a person is a Prophet or NOT in these last days and times?
  • MARCUS BRAZIL on Mark 16:15
    Mark 16:15 KJV Jesus tells us to go into the world and preach the gospel to EVERY CREATURE. Do you know why creature was used instead of MAN ??
  • Kjfhsak eu - in Reply on Matthew 16
    W H G for verse 18

    Peter(Petros)- a small pebble

    Jesus - The chief cornerstone, the foundation of our faith(rock of our salvation)

    "On this rock(himself) I will build my church" One of Jesus Christ's sayings

    Peter not the first Pope, but alive in Christ his savior (Yahweh, our savior)

    Without the blood of Jesus being shed for our sins and His resurrection Christianity in its true form cannot exist.

    If Jesus was only a sinful man like us - remember the wages of sin is death, but God's gift to us is eternal life through His Son!
  • Natalie Hilliard - in Reply on Isaiah 43:15
    I have a Question on a believer who has turned against God in this time of Satan but She still in church but out of church post awful comments against our President and is believing all the hate in our country is right the looting and burning murders believes abortion and same sex marriage is ok
  • Kjfhsak eu - in Reply on Matthew 16
    Yes I now that wages of seen is death if Jesus had not died there will be nothing like Christian.

    God bless you.
  • Kjfhsak eu - in Reply on Matthew 16
    Now have you seen it.
  • Kjfhsak eu - in Reply on Matthew 16
    The seventy disciples did not know their worth until they came back to report saying even the devils are subject unto us through thy name. (Luke 10:17).
  • Greg - in Reply on Matthew 5:32
    Rosanne,

    Jesus allowed divorce based upon fornication, which gives the injured party the right to re-marry again.
  • Adebukola Adebusuyi on Psalms 91
    A life of Peace and Comfort is a life built on God's promises. With all the ups and downs God's faithfulness stands. We have been abiding under His shadows and will continue to be..so numerous to be mentioned..His saving grace upon my family..provision of our various needs...protecting us all the way..saving my husband from a ghastly autocrash..he was in comma for three months but he survived it all with no scars..His grace for my childrens education..all miracles..His grace upon my life..saving us from all battles of life and His greatest miracle of delivering one of my children from bondage and the shackles of death..Psalms 91 is prayer for overall protection and God's mercies.
  • Chris - in Reply on John 6:38
    Amen indeed. You've shared Great Truths of our Blessed Lord Jesus Christ Who also said, "because I live, ye shall live also." John 14:19. The fact that He gave His Life for us all by His death & then rose to resurrection Life for our justification, gave the full meaning to what He said to the people, how He lived His Life before the people, & His willingness to lay it down for each of them & us. No other self acclaimed prophet of the religions of the world has done or could ever do what Jesus has done: their bodies remain in the grave - the Lord Jesus arose & is the Lord of Glory ever living to make intercession for us.
  • Adetula - in Reply on Hebrews 12:1
    Thank you for the clarification. Much appreciated. Looking for messages ahead
  • Maurice Anosike on Isaiah 43:15
    Praise the Lord! What is spiritual difference between: Jesus as my Maker and Jesus as my Creator?
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 91:7
    Judy, that was a lovely, profound testimony not only to the Lord's faithfulness to you & your children, but also clearly of your deep love for the Lord & faithful attending to His Word. I was very touched to read it & to see that through your sometimes sad & difficult life, you remained confident & faithful (full of faith) in the One Who only could keep your life and your children's lives together.

    You can now look over the years, remembering both the good & bad times, but I'm sure when you consider it all collectively, it was only the Lord from past to present, Who underpinned each of your lives, giving His testimony to your hearts that it was all of His Doing. And this Grace you have used in the blessing of your children & many others I'm sure over the years. So it appears that you have been a very busy woman in the Lord's business. Every blessing as you rest in His Love & prove His Goodness each day.
  • Chris - in Reply on Isaiah 13:10
    This is an example of the peculiarities of English, especially when we see it expressed as they did in 'olden' days. They are similar to the words: 'Thou' , 'Thy' and 'Thine'. We easily understand it in modern English as, 'You' , 'Your' and 'Yours' when read in a sentence. When attending an Assembly in India, I was always amused (not in judgemental way, of course), when the brother sharing from the Word, always spoke of 'Thine Holy Word or Thine Holy Child', when he should have used the singular, 'Thy'. But to those who were none the wiser, his preaching tended to appear better endowed using 'Thine'.

    So, in Psalms 35:4 & 26, we read 'my' and 'mine' & it becomes a little confusing with its use. The word, 'my' tells us that David is speaking about the 'hurt' = injury or death, that his enemies were planning to give him. Whereas 'mine' in v 26, speaks about them rejoicing in the 'hurt' that they had already afflicted him with & for which he was suffering. I hope you can see the difference in the usage of these words here.
  • Chris - in Reply on Isaiah 13:10
    That was very interesting & informative Jesse - I didn't know that nor did I see the any difference in the word, along with many other folk I'm sure. A good exercise & encouragement to textual examination, & of course, knowing Greek, helps. Appreciated your knowledge here.
  • Jesse - in Reply on Isaiah 13:10
    Michael,

    Paul wrote 1 Corinthians as a correctional letter to a carnal church. That was their spiritual condition. Paul had evangelized in Corinth during his second missionary journey and many were saved at that time. But there was a lot of corruption in the church in Corinth and Paul wrote the letter to answer a lot of questions the church there had.

    Now the verses you listed where Paul begins by saying What?, I'm not sure if he's scolding them or asking it this way as if to say this is something you should know by now.

    Remember, Paul evangelized there earlier. But 3 to 5 years later they have all these problems in the church and they have a lot of questions for Paul.

    Remember I said they were a carnal church? Did you know that a Christian can be carnal and it be completely normal? But there is also an abnormal carnal.



    There are two Greek words for carnal. The only difference in the two words is one letter. We have Sarkinos, and Sarkikos. It is the word for flesh. That's what the word carnal means. Sarkinos is normal. Sarkikos is abnormal.

    Paul told them in 1 Corinthians Chapter 3 that when he first came to them that he could only feed them with milk and not meat. He said because they were yet carnal, and he used the word Sarkinos. It was normal because they were newborn babes in Christ. As newborn believers, they could only handle the milk of the word.

    But now 3 to 5 years later Paul is writing to them and basically saying that by now they should be more established as a church, but they are still carnal, only this time the word Sarkikos is used, abnormal carnal.

    So Paul wrote this letter as a correctional letter to a carnal and corrupt church. I hope I have made some sense out of this and I hope this answers your question.

    If anything, I've shared some Greek with you. We see the English word carnal and we automatically think that it is bad. But in the Greek, there is a normal carnal (Sarkinos), and an abnormal (Sarkikos).
  • Correction To The Godhead Comment on Leviticus 20:13
    The links on the Godhead comment did not work correctly. You'll have to read those out of your Bible.

    Mishael
  • Jesse - in Reply on Hebrews 11
    Cheryl,

    I'm Looking at Hebrews 11:35. It says women received their dead raised to life again: and others were tortured, not accepting deliverance; that they might obtain a better resurrection:



    Women received their dead raised to life again?



    I have some references to share with you where God did did some miraculous things to restore their children to back to them. Read 1 Kings 17:23 and 2 Kings 4:36-37.

    Hebrews 11:35 goes on to say: And others, and by the way, the word others, because there are two main words in Greek, one means others of the same kind, and one means others of a different kind.



    This is others of the same kind. The reason why that's important is because the others by faith experienced all these conquests.



    But others of the same kind of people didn't. And it was all by faith.



    And others were tortured, not accepting deliverance; that they might obtain a better resurrection:



    They didn't value the survival of their life, but they were tortured and put to death, and by faith they looked to a better resurrection.

    Remember also in the New Testament that Lazarus was raised from the dead.
  • Mishael on Isaiah 13:10
    Hurricane season is starting early.


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