Bible Discussion PAGE 181

  • Peter on Genesis 2:7
    What is the breath of life; and man became a living soul. A living soul is a soul that lives. So, I would say, that there must be souls that do not live. Man may have had a soul before but with the breath of life, he became a living soul. So what would the soul be? It must be something in all animals but man must have one that is living; and so it seems to be what ever the difference is between animals and men or I could probably say between animals and people. That must be the living soul; what ever it is.
  • Mike Gaffney - in Reply on Song of Solomon 5
    If you do not obey 2 Timothy 2 verse 15 you will have difficulty understanding. Gentles would have been blessed through Israel's promises. Israel promises were interrupted and they were put on hold. Jesus was a minister to the circum (Romans 15 v 8). Saul of tarsus was saved which was a mystery hid in God. Study Roman 11 and Eph chapters 2 and 3. Read these chapters overandover again. Paul is the apostle to the Gentles (Jew and Gentles are saved by 1 Cor. 15 1-4 now. The Gospel of Paul was different than Peter's Gospel. Peter preached the Gospel of the circum and Paul preached the gospel of the uncircumc. Believe 1Cor 15 v 1-4.Peter never preached 1 Cor 15 1-4
  • Ernie Zenone Sr - in Reply on Revelation 1
    Thank you so much! actually, this is what i already believed and shared with other christians. nothing is too hard for the lord! - love in christ, ernie
  • Hello Abubakar, that's a good question. While Jesus had his chosen people of Israel he spent most of his time with, Jesus came to Earth and died on the cross to save all people. Jesus said to teach 'all nations' Matthew 28:19, to 'all the world' Matthew 24:14, and was given first to the Jews then to Greeks (meaning others): Romans 1:16. Jesus couldn't be everywhere at once so he chose a certain place and people to focus his ministry on, but it's for everyone in the world. He has a heart for everyone- remember Jesus's story of the good Samaritan about being a good neighbor to everyone: Luke 10:25-37
  • Adam - in Reply on Revelation 1
    Perhaps this can be celebrated at home between you and God, or with any other family member, or while doing online video conference.
  • Adam - in Reply on Genesis 1:1
    Hi Miguel, I don't believe God deliberately causes suffering, but that the result of sin and separation from God is suffering. The Earth started with a Garden of Eden paradise, Adam & Eve sinned, then the Earth was cursed to have thorns, labor pains, disease, and death. God knows what suffering is like, because Jesus died on the cross as payment of our sins. The Bible does have more scientific and historical evidence than any other religious book in world history. Here's an example: Link
  • SteveElugh on show 12:4
    Very interesting information
  • Miguel - in Reply on Genesis 1:1
    People are willing to turn away from god in this period because they have no reason to believe in one. Why would an all powerful loving god choose to make his people suffer, religious and atheist alike, so that they believe? Why not instead show himself or an undeniable sign of himself to us? If we are to follow a god on nothing but faith in the scripture, how do we know this is gods word and the torah and quran are not, when so many believe these to be just as true as you believe the bible to be? You must first prove the bible to be a perfect true text through scientific or historic evidence if you want for others to believe in it and God because currently, all evidence shows otherwise.
  • Ernie Zenone Sr on Revelation 1
    Because of the virus churches are shut down. so how can we keep the lord's supper?
  • Recipient of Gods Mercy on John 8
    John 8. Verse 1 - 11. Is a wonderful thing.
  • MackintoshBrook on 1 Corinthians 13:4
    Those who can seize the opportunity to walk in front of them will succeed in all likelihood
  • Abubakar kabir Ibrahim on Song of Solomon 5:16
    Good day to you, my name is abubakar and I'm a muslim from Nigeria
    My question is that why is it that whenever Jesus Christ (pbuh) is addressing his people he'll rightly say o people of Israel, does this mean that he was only sent for the Israel or for the whole of humanity like the christian claimly said. Thank you.
  • Alex on Galatians 6
    The babes and sucklings Jesus mentions are SPIRITS TH H.G. plural,Thats y he is saying unless you receive th kingdom as a lil Child etc impling a birth. A lil one shall become a 1000 and a small one a strong nation,I the lord will hasten it in its time, these are the ISREAL OF GOD that are gonna be born in US via the seed of Christ A heavenly JACOB, ISAIAH says i will bring JACOB BACK AGAIN IN TH LAST DAYS WHICH IS THE H.G. TH 3 RD PERSON OF THE KINGDOM the Israel of God which is the multiplication of very God via the seed of Christ.Jesus was the 1st born of many brethren impling an Israel of God.When God told Moses his Name was abraham issac and jacob he was impling an Israel of God Coming.
  • Rica on Psalms 117
    Shalom, this Psalm give me more reason to praise Yahweh. "His merciful kindness and truth endures forever." This shows that his salvation is for all people from different walks of life, not for the Jews only but for the Gentiles too.
  • Julie on Zechariah 9:13
    When someone who has been baptized and lives with praising the lord in there life and they have passed away do they see all things from heaven . I understand that they can look down on you from heaven (there other family members) but do they see all or just good or anything.... don't know where to look in the bible?
  • Agness Remon on Zechariah 9:13
    Where is it found in the bible regarding a
  • Psalms 32 is similar to Psalms 51, in that David is baring his heart before the LORD. It was only by confession & God's forgiveness (v 5), that David could sing songs of deliverance. He could also experience first hand the security (v 7) & guidance (v 8) that he longed for, that which was denied him while he had unforgiven sin in his heart. Verse 8, which you enquire about, is God's gentle way He deals with His children, unlike for some Christians who need the bit & bridle to steer them in the right way. God's preferred way is to teach & show us gently the paths we should take & His Eye (an intensely personal application) will always follow our steps. We must also keep our eyes on Him too.
  • Alex on Galatians 6
    That promise to abraham about multiplication resulted in the nation of israel. but natural israel were not the children of promise,god found fault with israel,there was none righteous no not one.god had another israel in mind that wd come outta of his own body christ jesus the very seed of god the living word of god that wd initiate a birth of christ in us, the son of man which is the h.g. that has to born in us via his seed .thats y he is saying that which is born of the spirit ( his word ) is spirit thats th h.g th israel of god that promise child, the h.g comes out of christ loins his seed his word etc. now we see an israel of god a holy nation a kingdom ppl born in humanity via hs word.
  • Apostle Allan on Matthew 23:39
    Matthew 23:39
    "For I say unto you, Ye shall not see me henceforth, till ye shall say, Blessed is he that cometh in the name of the Lord. In other words when you (See )Jesus then you can(say ) or have something to say. When you get the revelation then you have something to say. Peoples opinions are neither right or wrong until, you put it against a Standard or The Truth. God/Jesus/ Holy Spirit alone is Truth, The Way, The Life , The Answer. When God reveals Himself and His Will that is what should come out of us and that's what God wants to fulfill. So let God be True and everyone a liar, but confess that Jesus is the Christ .
  • Chris on Psalms 91
    For me, this great act of the tearing of the Veil, is both one of personal gratitude (as you have shared) for the casting off the shackles of sin's bondage & entering into the Holiest Place, & also one of great sadness. Sadness, because the priests who saw this Divine Act coupled with an earthquake, yet refused to bow before the One whom they crucified. Rather they schemed to have the stone covering the entrance to Jesus' sepulchre guarded lest "the last error shall be worse than the first"(Matthew 27:64). They knew they had done a great wrong & even to this day "when Moses (the Law) is read, the veil is upon their hearts"(2 Corinthians 3:13-17). Such is Satan's work - BUT greater is Jesus' Sacrifice.
  • Obbie Beal on 1 Corinthians 3
    18 Let no man deceive himself. If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let him become a fool, that he may be wise.... this verse apply so well, as it relate to SALVATION, because this verse is foolishness to the mind of a person not SAVED according to verses such as John 3:16-21, ...., ...., etc., especially if Time allow us to consider how we foolishly gave 5 - 60 years of our life to this and that and finally we reach that point in life and still we do not realize we have deceived /entertained our-self's foolishly. Never-the-less the POWER OF GOD through verses such as John 3:16-21, ..., is there for us to apply it thereby reserve a personal seat at the MARRIAGE SUPPER..
  • Daisychain - in Reply on John 14:27
    Thankyou for sharing your testimony as it is exactly the same as mine. I felt indwelled with the Holy Spirit when I read this verse, I cried and it will stay with me always. Come Jesus, Hallelujah and Praise the Lord forever.
  • Chris on Acts 12:4
    Amanda, this is one of the hardest questions to answer as we are thinking about a Good and Merciful God suddenly taking away a life from the Earth. A young man, a father of a adoring child, & one who has lived well & served his country well. There is no verse that can adequately describe the prerogative of God, except that we need to submit to His Wisdom and Purposes. He doesn't give us His Mind on many things, but as Christians, we need to trust Him that His Ways & Thoughts for us are indeed way above what we can ever imagine. I think of Romans 9:20, which speaks of the Potter having authority over what He has just made. If you made something, it is your right to do what you want with it.
  • Brannon on Psalms 95
    Who are the other gods before the lord thy god. none!
  • Chris - in Reply on 2 Timothy 3:3
    Many are now trying to place this Corona virus outbreak within the scope of Scripture. There is no mention of it specifically, nor should we expect to see it. This outbreak, as with other major turmoils the world has faced (earthquakes, hurricanes, tsunamis, diseases, massacres, etc), falls under the broad category of the sufferings mankind faces because of his inherent sin & its effect on God's creation. Of course, there will be increasing turmoils that ultimately lead to the final outpouring of God's Anger upon this world, known as the Great Tribulation. You can read about this time in Revelation chapters 6-9 mainly. It will be an awful time ahead - Corona virus will be like an itch only
  • Chris - in Reply on Philippians 4:13
    Secondly, the length of hair is not the 'long hair' we are familiar with, but when he adorns himself as a woman (of those days) did (v14). But if man (read: anyone reading Paul's passage on this issue) is contentious about what Paul has said, Paul writes that he has no other option to give nor from God's Church. (v 16). There may have been some who were under a Nazarite vow which included the non-cutting of the hair (Numbers 6). But whether Paul was referring to any of those in the Church, or if they, after completion of their vow, failed to also trim their hair, is not certain. But what is clear from 1 Cor 11, is that there is an order in the Church - we choose to obey it or not.
  • Chris - in Reply on Philippians 4:13
    Re: Mishael on 1 Cor 11:3 >. This is 'dangerous' ground where even angels (& some preachers) fear to tread, but it is Scripture & should be examined. Poor apostle Paul has taken a beating over the years by many women over this passage, as it not only speaks of hair length, but of covering the head & the position of man and woman in creation & in God's Sight. Firstly, head covering when praying or prophesying, is not a cultural matter, but a spiritual & positional one before God & the angels (vv 3-11). We have now made it cultural, thereby largely doing away with it in our meetings.
  • Ricky L Kellingbeck on Mark 10
    Mark 11-23 says For I say unto you that whosoever shall say unto this mountain,Be thou remember;and be cast into the the sea c
  • Ricky L Kellingbeck on Mark 10
    Mark 11-23 says For I say unto you that whosoever shall say unto this mountain,Be thou remember;and be cast into the the sea
  • This Hebrew word has been difficult to correctly translate. However, it is generally accepted that it means: to pause or to reflect at the end of the 'verse' (on what has just been read or sung). At times, it could also mean some type of musical term or provide musical direction. We know that Psalms, in Hebrew, are poetic in nature and often sung, especially to musical accompaniment: (see James 5:13). Also when the Lord spent his final hours with his disciples in the Upper Room, at the end of their meal, they had sung a hymn (very likely a Psalm) & then went out to the Mt. of Olives. However, Selah could possibly allow for some thanks and praise, as was suggested to you.

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