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  • Justin Rampley on 2 Samuel 8
    Verse 17, and Ahimelech the son of Abiathar, isn't this incorrect? Abiathar is the son of Ahimelech.
  • Bruce on Genesis 1
    Jetts: Verse 28, We're Giving Power Over All The Animals and Bugs. I Believe Your Right. We Just Eat Fruits and Vegetables. Getting Kicked Out of The Garden --- No More Onions Melons Corn Fruits Grains. Now What? Fire Up The BBQ./ Abel Brought The First and The Best for a Sacrifice. If Cain Brought The First and Best he would be Accepted. He Eventually Brought Something
  • Bruce on Genesis 4
    Stan: The Serpent was Made more Intelligent than The Other Animals. He was Walking and Talking. A Crafty Creature(Used by Satan)that Likes to Twist Things Around. Squeezing Eve's Mind to Disobey(Genesis 3:1) The Serpent Was Above All The Animals. And Jehovah God Said Unto The Serpent, Because Thou Hast Done this Thou art Cursed above All Animals, Upon Thy Belly Thou Shall Go(Genesis 3:14)
  • TINY EASON on Romans 1
    Can a reprobate be saved
  • Mary Atkinson on Ezra 5
    I learned that when we are doing a great work for God, Satan will send out so many demonic forces to try and hinder your work for the Lord.We want to give up so many times,But God is always watching.So just remember things are going to fall in place the way he planned it all along,Even though it took about 15 years to get it started again,Are we willing to wait and see the salvation of God🤷🏽‍♀️
  • Marlo on Revelation 18
    Babylon is of old, the head of gold that maintains power throughout the world just as it did during Nebchadnezzar's reign (1st prophecy pertaining to Babylon). Some 27 nations were identified for destruction by the 70yr prophecy . This prophecy encompasses a time scale, which is completed in Revelation with the LORD reigning judgment on Babylon for her corruption. (Jeremiah 25)
  • Betty on Ecclesiasticus 1
    This has to be talking about some other man named Jesus and not Jesus Christ, because Jesus died on the cross and rose again on the third day. He was God in human form who came down as a man, a perfect man there was no sin in him. Jesus came for one purpose and that was to be the supreme sacrafice. Jesus did not marry, nor did he have children, so there is no way he could have had grandchildren.
  • Obbie Beal on 2 Peter 1
    verse 2-8 is 'another reminder' to those in CHRIST; verse 2-8 is liken unto the foundation / knowledge offered to be learned in school (home then grade 1-8) that prepare one for grade 9-12; thereafter hopefully 70 years of life and it's daily trials /battles; hopefully we rightly and timely learned because it is a intense battle to do in the winter that which we should have done in the spring.
  • Lilian on Psalms 34
    Amen Praise God
  • Stan jett on Exodus 24
    All they saw was a cloud. But they heard his voice. No man has seen God. (fully) He did let Moses see his back parts as he passed by. Usually when it says a person saw God, they saw a cloud or maybe something like Moses did in the burning bush. Also when it says God told someone to do this or that, it was by voice or by an angel.
  • Stanley jett on Exodus 18
    I'm glad Jethro was a good man. You never know he may have been my kin. My name is Jett. Some call me Jethro or Jettson of a nick name.
  • CASSANDRA VAUGHN on Ecclesiastes 12
  • Gary Olsen on Isaiah 54
    In 54:1, those who are barren did not bring forth fruit unto God. In verse 5, he is the husband of his people but they were unfaithful to him when they worshiped other gods. They didn't bear children unto him meaning they were unfruitful in their lack of faith toward him. The children of the desolate are the fruit of idolatry. For those who practice idolatry, the fruit they bear is emptiness.
  • JOHN MCKOY on Genesis 29
  • Obbie Beal on 1 Peter 1
    verse 1-25 above is our reminder (those Born Again) to 'Stand-Fast' even though everyday the battles are very, very, intense. We must not forget our duty to keep our eyes on the prize because the war is already won
  • Mary Atkinson on Ezra 4
    If we look at this spiritually too, our bodies are the temple of God and when we try and do right and live by the fruit of the spirit, satanic things and people come against us as well and we must get up every morning praying and reading our bible so we can be equipped and ready to desern wrong spirits that come against us.
  • David on Hebrews 6
    Hebrews2:9 says that Christ tasted death for every man.
  • Anthony Loibl on Romans 5
    How just and fair is the Lord God, By one sin entered in the world and with it death and by one we were forgiven are sins and gained eternal life. Amen
  • Magnus on Psalms 82
    This psalm was quoted by Jesus in John 10:34 specifically indicating that reborn Christians, being the sons of God are gods and it comes with the responsibilities listed in verse 3 and 4.
    It warns us not to remain in darkness but to open our eyes to what our new purpose is and that as Christians we should be world changers by the love and power of our Most High Father and God.
  • Metta melchezedek on Psalms 82
    YES someone who studies
  • Stan jett on Genesis 31
    Leslie: Thanksgiving would not be Thanksgiving without the Turkey and the 'stuffings." (jk) We say stuff all the time down south and we also say Ya'll.
  • Stan jett on Genesis 29
    Sarah: (The Jews in ISRAEL today are of Russian descent. ) Really? I thought that in 1948 they came back from ALL nations.
  • Stan jett on Genesis 10
    Gladys: They did have one language until the tower of Babel, where they tried to build a tower to God. God made them not to understand one another there and gave different families different languages and they was made to go into all the world. Each sticking to thier own family which became nations.
  • Stan Jett on Genesis 9
    Deacon: Fire and brimstone. Like Sodom, the end of this earth will end with fire and brimstone. Sounds to me as nucular war may end this earth. But new heavens and a new earth will be made after this one is gone and nothing evil will be allowed there.
  • George Waters on Deuteronomy 1
    @Connie Elam Exodus 21:22- I hope that helps.
  • Gary Olsen on Isaiah 27
    Look at verse 11 where the women (which is just a term to indicate those making bad choices) taking the withered and broken boughs or branches once destroyed and rekindling the flames of idolatrous practices. Small wonder the Father ends this verse with mercy being denied them.
  • Stanjett on Genesis 4
    JEFF, It could have been Satan or Satan could have put words in the serpents mouth. I believe satan can take on different forms. As can God. God spoke to Moses out of a burning bush.
  • Jetts0n on Genesis 1
    Correct me if I'm wrong. God made man and beast vegaterians at the beginning. Gen 1-29 and 30. Why then did God show respect to Abels offering and not to Cains. Cain offered of the fruit of the field first and then Abel of the first of the herd. I'm a old farm boy and would have did as Cain because we needed our cow for milk.
  • I Am that Michael Isaac Dale on Romans 13
    These gods you trust will flee. For it is written, And the kings of the earth, and the great men, and the rich men, and the chief captains, and the mighty men, and every bondman, and every free man, hid themselves in the dens and in the rocks of the mountains; And said to the mountains and rocks, Fall on us, and hide us from the face of him that sits on the throne, and from the wrath of the Lamb:

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