Bible Discussion PAGE 162

  • Stanjett - in Reply on Genesis 19
    Why not? I got lots of questions for God. I know what ever He does is right but I want to know why?
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Genesis 9
    Job 2:1 View whole chapter See verse in context
    Again there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them to present himself before the LORD.
  • Don setting - in Reply on Revelation 22
    Some years ago i had an experience that changed my life. I dont think I was totally awake or awake at all until this single event that spurred me to start creating artwork. the experience was much like that of falling like free falling. I also remember having significant amount of knowledge uploaded o to speak intto my mind. I am not delusional or insane, I really need to know what that was. I have always believed in the lord especially after this event. during this event I had a intense euphoric feeling of love and light. I witnessed my self grow younger and look very youthful and had strange incidents occur in th days proceeding. So what was that what is the 11 11 phenomena and 22 i see
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Genesis 8
    In the 601st year of Noahs life not the earth.
  • Jan on Romans 8
    What is "messenger of God." and who can be one.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Genesis 7
    Bob, you are getting way ahead of me. I'm still in Genesis.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Genesis 5
    I would tell them that they can't have it both ways. Chose Christ and not the other.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Genesis 5
    Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men.
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Romans 6
    I believe there are unique times of fearing God & serving God. Sometimes the fear of God is to fear His wrath that will influence people to serving Him. I believe a heathy fear of God is important, like serving a righteous Father that is a God of justice: Psalms 2:11 , Psalms 5:7 , Psalms 15:4 , Psalms 25:14 , Psalms 34:11 , Proverbs 1:7 , Ecclesiastes 12:13, Ephesians 6:5 ,
    I love the Scripture Bob quoted 'perfect love casts out all fear' but that is what Jesus did in action & it's what we do when we LOVE Him, we trust Him through all fear, because He is faithful. Psalms 23:4 , Psalms 27:3 , Psalms 33:18 , Psalms 49:5
    Be encouraged, Jude 1:24
    I pray God lead you to a good Church
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Genesis 7
    Thou shall not murder
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Romans 6
    To point out the promises of the Messiah, to prove the revelation of prophecy.
    That's what I believe.
  • Joe - in Reply on Genesis 7
    There is only one unforgivable sin , blasphemy of the Holy Spirit ....Matthew 12:31
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Genesis 7
    Some argue in that, there is then no room for repentance. If God says through FAITH we are justified & Abraham was considered righteous by faith. Genesis 15:6 is the act because of lack of faith?
  • Deacon Roger Lemm - in Reply on Hebrews 2
    Falling away is Not The Rapture as a few suppose...Falling away has taken place right now...We are No Longer on Fire for The Lord. We are for Luke Warm and given to Idols and fornification both in and out of Churches....We are for the most part t he same as The Laodician Church.
    The Great Trib is God's Way of Bringing Us To Repentance..2nd Chron 7:14 comes to mind.
  • Caroline Marvel on Romans 6
    I
    Need miracle prayer for my eyes cataract, thank you.God bless you all n Amen
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Isaiah 18
    Thine = (web dictionary) pertaing to self ownership, belonging to, also 'yours'
    Thy = (web dictionary) the possessive case of thou, also meaning 'your'
  • T. Levis - in Reply on Genesis 15
    Genesis 15:1 & Genesis 15:6 (in principal)

    What Jesus did = Matthew 9:35

    Promises = Exodus 23:25 , Deuteronomy 7:15 , Psalms 41:1 -3 ,

    Judgement = Deuteronomy 28:61 ,

    Instruction = 2 Chronicles 6:28 -29 , James 5:14 -15
  • Lonell Goodman on Genesis 1
    Working for the Lord for 40 years
  • Kanyeyizire precious - in Reply on 2 Timothy 2
    whoever God chooses
  • Alex on Joel 1
    Joel is sad but it is also prophetic that God is gonna pour out his spirit on all FLESH. JOEL is describing the great abomination of desolation.That y jesus said the, nite was coming when when no man can work,My God my my GOD Y HAS THOU FORSAKEN ME.The new wine has been cut off the new covenant. Jesus said the days are coming when you will desire to see 1 of the days of the son of man but you will not see them. Churches on every corner but no Jesus.How do the priest n ministers do mourn simply b/c of this time the great abomination of desolation is upon us.But Jude said earnestly content for the faith that was once delivered to the saints. In the mists of all this th Women will give birth.
  • Larry Parker on Genesis 15
    Times of sickness ?
  • IVY JOHNSON on 2 Timothy 3
    2 Timothy 3:16: All scripture is given by inspiration of God,
    and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction,
    for instruction in righteousness.
    It did not say "some", or "most", it said "all", scripture!
    Gods Words Stands Forever. It does not change.
    It is settled in heaven.
    Forever O LORD, thy word is settled in heaven. Psalms 119:89:
    God the Father's word to God His Son.
    Why mere men think they have the right to change Gods INSPIRED,
    PRESERVED, INFALLIBLE, HOLY SCRIPTURES into Perversions.
    MAKING IT NON EFFECT. REMOVING THE "five fundamentals"
    that made up our Christian Heritage.
    THEY ARE DENYING OUR LORD GOD AND SAVIOUR, JESUS CHRIST'S
    DIETY!
  • Karleene - in Reply on Acts 2
    Thank you Stanjett for your response. I appreciate and believe I know now why it was perhaps a one-time event. My husband was a non-practicing Jehovah Witness at the time of the event, and commented that he would have never believed had he not witnessed for himself that I, without knowing any other language, spoke such a lovely language. Thank you for taking your time to respond. May the Lord richly bless you for all you do for Him.
  • Mild Bill - in Reply on Psalms 11
    Annie,God only,knows all,if you speculate election is because we would trust him,that is then his obligation,not grace.Love/God,we are told,is committed to us.We are told God is preeminent in loving us,leave it at that and bask therein.If we could comprehend God,he would not be God.In elevating our knowledge of God,it must never diminish him.God is eternal,and all he shares with us,will never exhaust him,nor reduce our awe.
  • Fred scanlan on Luke 13
    The faith in the words of Christ apply to all that believe,both jew and gentile,rich and poor, bond and free. The gate is the entering into the kingdom of God. This kingdom is promised to those that watch, lets not take for granted the signs of the times, that Jesus Christ may come when we least expect Him! He may send his angels when we least , his word abides in those who look for Him.Let the word into your soul and have free course, like yeast in flour. It will grow. Plant that smallest seed in your heart.You will become fractal to everyone you love. To him that hath shall be given! This is the revelation of the Jesus that died for us! This all because of HIM!
  • KISANG on Genesis 6
    Genesis 6 verse 5 ,It shows the eyes of God and descibes Human nature
  • Jesse - in Reply on Acts 2
    Once the Holy Spirit comes into a person's spirit, He takes up residence permanently. You cannot lose the Holy Spirit. If you've received Christ, you have His Spirit dwelling in you. As far as tongues goes, I see nothing in scripture that says that a believer who has been born of God's Spirit will speak in tongues as a sign or proof that a person indeed has God's Spirit.

    1 Corinthians 14:22 is the only place in scripture that specifically gives us the purpose for tongues. It was used by God as a sign to unbelievers, not believers.

    Hope this helps!
  • David Adrian on Isaiah 18
    In the KJV as a rule, the possessive pronouns mine and thine are used instead of my and thy when the words they modify begin with vowels. However, there are many exceptions, in the Book of Psalms, at least. I was particularly struck by Psalms 20, Verses 3 and 4:

    3 Remember all thy offerings, and accept thy burnt sacrifice.
    4 Grant thee according to thine own heart, and fulfil all thy counsel.

    In Verse 3, "thy offerings" is followed in Verse 4 by "thine own". What explains such an inconsistency?


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