Bible Discussion PAGE 143

  • Obbie Beal on Revelation 18
    2 And he cried mightily with a strong voice, saying, Babylon The Great is fallen, is fallen, and is become the habitation of devils, and the hold of every foul spirit, and a cage of every unclean and hateful bird.

    Note: what caused her to fall? .... by-way of the heart of men, women, children... devils, fouls spirit, plus becoming a holding-place for uncleanness & hatefulness, she /they fell.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Jude 1
    The text of the Book of Genesis says Enoch lived 365 years before he was taken by God.

    He was considered to be the author of the Book of Enoch and also called Enoch the scribe of judgment.

    The New Testament has three references to Enoch from the lineage of Seth (Luke 3:37, Hebrews 11:5, Jude 1:14-15).

    The Book of Enoch is considered to be a historical book and was not canonized into the Bible.
  • Chris - in Reply on 1 Kings 13:2
    In that account you're reading, we see King Jeroboam (a bad king of Israel) had been sacrificing to idols on the altar. Then the man of God (a prophet) came to him & prophesied against that filthy altar that one day, Josiah (a good king of Judah) would desecrate those altars & indeed put the wicked priests themselves upon the altars to be burned. You can then read the rest of that encounter between Jeroboam & the prophet in that chapter, & indeed the folly of that prophet later in his disobedience to God that brought about his death. So the ashes in v 3, are not necessarily symbolic, but just signifying the death of those wicked priests, that both the ashes & the altars will be removed completely.
  • Chris - in Reply on Jude 1
    Isaac, the book of Enoch is an Apocryphal book that is not found in the Canon of Scripture. It is one of the books that were considered of doubtful value/quality when the Scriptures were put together for the KJV. If you want to see those books, then just go down to the end of this Site's page & click on KJV Apocrypha.
  • Hubert clinton bradford on 1 Timothy 1
    how many wifes can you have with GOD s law? How do Mormans see it in BIBLE
  • Elizabethbarrett - in Reply on Romans 1
    yes Maranatha
  • Chris - in Reply on 1 Timothy 3
    Maxine, I can't think of any verse to show this phrase applying to the latter days that you mention. However, you may be familiar with the OT verses that speak of this: Isaiah 5:20, Proverbs 17:15.
  • Hubert clinton bradford on Genesis 6
    where do mormans get they can have more than one wife in K J BIBLE
  • Chris - in Reply on Genesis 1
    Thanks for those great comments, Peter. Indeed, as we get older, there's no better way to keep both mind & spirit alert & active, than by studying & searching the Scriptures: both for knowledge & that special ministry from the Holy Spirit. There are many things that we will never fully comprehend from the Word, & those who are particularly skilled/gifted to examine Scriptures, do offer extra insight into our study or questions arising from it.

    I'll look forward to seeing further comments from you here, as I do with all others, & may the Lord help you in your endeavours to know Him better.
  • Maxine on 1 Timothy 3
    where in the Bible does it say that in the end days "Good shall be seen as bad and bad as good"
  • Ariana pratt on Psalms 5
    This bible is wonderful I love it with all my heart
  • Isaac on Jude 1
    So where the book of Enoch can be found?
  • Ariana pratt on Proverbs 1
    I like to read the bible every now and then but it is the book of proverbs
  • Peter on Genesis 1
    a continuation to the previou message

    and so it would happen slowly

    as a perfect earth just can suddenly stop from being perfect by creating weeds and when God says he is going to do something; he sure does it; and so why not take what you gave to man and bring it right to the opposite to teach him for the benefit of man. He did it with the flood and so why not continue to make it difficult if they continue to sin and we know that every time the earth is threaten with plagues etc; after that there is usually a revival of Christianity. I don't know about other one God religions although I would expect the the same thing there
  • Peter on Genesis 1
    The other day I read that "Scientists of evolution base it on theimmutability of species. The idea that each individualspecieson the planet was specially created by God (and could never fundamentally change") I bracketed the part I disagree with; as God never said that; and conditions and foods and friendliness changed greatly since that. The ecology is not the same at all. Man and animals had to eat meat after that and some animals, as we can see today became very vicious and successful at killing for food and today, there is even a constant battle for survival in nature; everything is all quite different than the peaceful compatible Garden of Eden.

    All Adam and Eve had was leaves for a small piece of cloth that God made so that they could cover them selves; and with that he had to leave the garden and he never even knew how to build a fire. I don't even know if he knew what fire was.

    I don't know where evolutionists got that our how they figured it out but they were wrong to base something on that and also to teach it; as when it comes to the Bible; I have read Genesis chapters 1, 2 and 3 often; but after that; generations of people get complicated to me but I know about the common things like Noah's flood and as someone pointed out; that was the first time it rained and that in itself would have changed a lot of things.

    So, in conclusion, animals and even man would have changed but basically man is still as he was created except he ate of the tree of knowledge of good and evil and he has being developing his thinking and his mind ever since. I wonder was it Adam who discovered fire and use it. I don't think so.

    Conditions had to start to go right down hill from a perfect earth to the caveman stage and thru science; we know that cave men invented fire and started to cook meat; and advanced too as we are today. God said to Adam how the land would give weeds etc but he did not say that that would happen immediately; and so it would happen slowly as a perfect
  • Orobiyi Isaiah on 1 Kings 13:2
    The ashes on the altar symbolize what? 2 who are the high priests that would be offer on the altar?
  • Levi on Romans 14
    Chapter 14 start of with, Him that is weak in the faith receive ye, but not to doubtful disputations. this chapter does not say anything about a Sabbath day, or worship day, because the Sabbath was not in doubt, they was jews. Jews and and gentiles kept the Sabbath. This chapter is talking about fasting.
  • Aiyalama Elishana on Proverbs 7
    Always keep GOD is commands
  • JoJo on Luke 14
    Thank you for reply Luke 34 and 35. Growing up in church with Gods love and protection, I did sing This Little Light Of Mine. I pray Jesus will continue to be our light for all eternity. God Bless.
  • Haven jackson on John 1:1
    God is great
  • Queen bb on Jonah 1
    you should always follow god so you can help others and it might even be a angel you are helping
  • Adam - in Reply on Exodus 14
    Hi Al, have you actually researched this? Because Ron Wyatt discovered a wheel with a few spokes in the late 70s and has tons of documented photos and videos of it, and did scientific analysis of it. One of the videos on YouTube is called "Revealing God's Treasure - Red Sea Crossing". Are you aware of this?
  • El. Murk on Psalms 121
    Kevin Mack, take comfort in Psalms 139. Do not fear, the church is in you the fellowship is in the brick and mortar.
  • comments by Alex about 1 st cor. 15 v 22 kjv. In Adam we all died but in Christ that 2 nd adam we will All live,IF i be lifted up i will draw ALL men unto me, GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD THAT HE SENT A 2 ND ADAM, HIS ONLY SON . It wd make his father a hypocrite if he applied the curse of Adam to aLL men NO EXCEPTIONS EVEN THE ISLANDS OF THE SEAS ETC. But not apply the BLOOD of Christ that 2 nd Adam to all men. In adam we all died but in Christ we will all live. In the END AT THE LAKE OF FIRE WASHING. WHOM THE LORD LOVETH HE CHASENTH WHICH IS WHEN HE WILL POUR OUT HIS SPIRIT/fire ON ALL FLESH. REMEMBER I will know them ALL from the least to the greatest THIS KNOWLEDGE IS A SEED SOWING KNOWLEDGE,YA REMEMBER JESUS SAID THE FIELD WAS THE WORLD where that good seed will be sown,God so loved the world thus God is no respector of persons. He maketh his rain/SPIRIT to fall on the good and the bad,sends his son/sun on the good and the bad. When he fed the multitutudes he didn't cull not 1 he fed em all the good the bad everybody. And gathered up 12 baskets for whom nothin was prepared. GOD IS NO RESPECTOR OF PERSONS, The lords arm is not short that he cannot reach everybody in the end. remember he rebuked James and John when they wanted to call a literal fire down fron heaven and destroy the samaitians. ok later
  • Shirley Faulkenberry - in Reply on Revelation 1
    Awesome ,bob ,im so thankful peep are out there ,giving truth , just want to say spot on ,thank you holy father for giving us discernment!! on yeshua true day of crucifix!!
  • Jesse - in Reply on 1 Timothy 1
    He points out two people that are in the church at Ephesus who were giving Timothy a bad time.

    Later in 2 Timothy, we'll find out that they didn't believe in the resurrection of Christ. And they brought other heretical teachings into the church.

    And Paul will say later the names of people that were sinning in the church, that it might be an example to them.

    Yes, you have to love. But you have to be concerned about the rest of the body of Christ and warn them that it's not according to scripture.

    He says these two, Hymenaeus and Alexander; whom I have delivered unto Satan,

    He also did that back in 1 Corinthians Chapter 5 Verse 5 for the man who wouldn't repent in the church in Corinth. He says deliver him over to Satan for the destruction of the flesh so that his soul might be saved in the day of the Lord.

    He says whom I have delivered to Satan, in order that they may learn not to blaspheme.
  • Peter - in Reply on Genesis 1
    Chris; Thank you for your comments and for sure, it would be interesting and I would get a lot of good info but unfortunately; it would be to difficult to do considering my age and health; but nevertheless; I enjoy this christian site and the comments and I do like giving my comments on what I am familiar with; namely Genesis chapters 1, 2 and 3; the ten commandments; and the usually things that most people are familiar with as we learned it in childhood, and I also love listening to Hymns especially with the history; some very interesting stories; Fanny Crosbie for example. She was fantastic. All is well with my soul; another fantastic storya treasure of hymns and stories.

    In regard to words, verses; searching on site and on the internet; and interpretations of these things; these things are no doubt important and the words we pick are extremely important as if we do not pick the most appropriate words; then we do not get the most appropriate answers; and very few people get the same answers if they do not put the time in on it; and in fact study the whole Bible; and even then; there are questions for example on what should we eat as when we were created; we were suppose to eat plant based foods, etc.: and of course; I see comments on these things and often look at any references; and lately I used the search feature to check things that I am interested in; and I was surprised to find one thing that changed my view of one of the things that I had doubt on and never meant to comment on but forgot and did. So that made me realize that I should be checking for myself instead of waiting until I see some one else's comments to straighten me out. It made me feel lazy. ; the one thing that I don't want to be and can't afford to be.

    Once again, Thank you for your comments and help in understanding the Bible
  • Al - in Reply on Exodus 14
    Ivy Johnson. The World News Daily Report report of Oct 14, 2014 is fake news web sight. Research this and you'll find that nothing concerning chariots or bones have been in the Red Seas.
  • CARLOS RAMIREZ TREVINO - in Reply on John 5:43
    Thank you, Chris. That is good to know. My apologies. I just had a difficult time understanding what you wrote. But after reading the other posts that followed, it became clearer. You bring up Good points everyone should really look into, not just argue against. Thanks for the insight.
  • KJV Soldier - in Reply on Judges 2
    Mark 16:15 KJV says "... Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.". That is an order from God and even though it's hard to talk to people right now, we have electronics, we can still spread the gospel. We don't know what will happen or when so we need to tell people about God's word and what he did for all (John 3:16) it woul be our fault if we knew someone was not saved and we didn't do anything about it and they go to hell to spend eternity.

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