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  • Audra Seay on Matthew 11
    I like your questions CMS. We are supposed to learn about Jesus and from Jesus however and whomever he uses to teach us.
  • Katherine on Matthew 16
    Simple question. Just ask yourself and answer it. Greed is poisonous. I would rather have Jesus. He is our spiritual wealth.
  • Morgan on Revelation 21
    Revelation very interesting, Is all nations allowed into the kingdom of heaven? well according to Chapter 21:12 only the twelve tribes of Israel is going into heaven. Is this confusion, I don't think so, from the beginning of the bible to the end it talks about on set of people who salvation is for. And these people has been downtrodden until this day, and I am not talking about the Jewish.
  • Moragn on Deuteronomy 7
    Deut 7:6-8, These verses shows how God don't change and he has a favourite people unto himself. King James 1611, not many has made a comment I wonder why. Is it because it has the hidden books which no one wants to read, but outline the truth to the entire bible.
  • Morgan on Obadiah 1
    I believe its the end of the nations of Esau's during the end times. The wickedness of Esau's has reached our heavenly Father and Obadiah has made it clear. The bible says the earth is given in the hands of the wicked, who's the ruler of the earth? Obadiah talks about Jacob being the flame, meaning the ruler of the next kingdom. Israel is my first born!! Esau's are not Arabs
  • Nakawuki Joan on 1 Corinthians 11
    My comment is in form of question, how big or far does the hair of a woman would be by size so as to cover her head?
  • Inyani jackson on Deuteronomy 31
    "And Moses spake in the ears of all the congregation of Israel the words of this song, until they were ended".
    Moses gave many ways to the Israel. the Commandments and the Songs. these indicates that the Israels were of similar character like us. As Moses labored for them, connecting God, every single day speaking of GOOD behavior, yet when they landed in Canaan, they lost sight of ways of God. we
  • Marilyn on Psalms 18
    I am so happy to know that if I am in the will of God, even my enemines will be destroyed. God will
    keep my feet from the traps laid up by my enemies. One is hated because he/she follows God, but
    even my enemies will recognize that God is my protector. I will forever praise and be thankful for
    Grace and Mercy.
  • D W L on Hebrews 1
    Ales - I won't try to change you, but you haven't moved me. ( Genesis 1:26 And God said, Let us (US =plural) make man in our image, after our likeness:)
    Matthew 27:46 And about the ninth hour Jesus cried with a loud voice, saying, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani? that is to say, My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?
  • Audra Seay on Galatians 1
    Once we give our lives totally to Christ and vow to turn away from sin and mean it, then comes Salvation which is Gods gift to mankind. It's not ourselves that can save us from sinning but Jesus living in our hearts as we gave him control. We obey and he gives us His POWER to be obedient. People think or live as the Devil is stronger and you can't help but sin, but the truth is God is stronger.
  • BSP on Acts 4
    Verse 12- there is no salvation in anyone else but Jesus and their is no other true path to follow.
  • BSP on Mark 12
    The end of verse 30 brings out that we should love Jehovah God with our whole strength. We should evaluate what we are spending our time and energy on.
  • BSP on Isaiah 48
    Verse 22-there is no true peace from Jehovah God for the wicked.
  • BSP on Joshua 6
    Verse 25-Rahab and her family were able to survive because she had faith in Jehovah God and she backed up her faith by works. Our conduct can have a powerful effect on our family members. If they don’t see that we practice what we preach this could effect them negatively and could end up costing them their lives.
  • Anne on Job 20
    The reward of the wicked is here described by Zophar.
  • Stephen B on Philippians 4
    Jim Nickles, Paul dictated the epistle as given to him by the Holy Spirit. He was in prison suffering from what some believe to have been opthalmalgia. This would have made writing (and most anything) difficult.
  • Alex on Numbers 19
  • Gonzalo on Deuteronomy 31
    In our United States of that they will say in that day, Are not these evils come upon us, because our God is not among us?....verse 17.
  • Joape Golea. on Ephesians 1
    Nikita,'You are being born of the Word, not of corruptible but of the incorruptible seed which lives and abides forever'. 1Pet 1:23. Your spiritual growth to perfection, to the stature of the perfect man,Jesus Christ, depends on which you are going to be feeding the most, your flesh or your spirit. 'As new born babes, desire the sincere milk of the Word that you may grow thereby,'1Pet 2:3.
  • Pat on Psalms 1
    Our Lord tells us to stay away from evil, meditate on His words, then be rewarded and blessed beyond your imagination, informs believers that evil won't be accepted, because He knows rightousness, and finally, all evil shall perish. Hallelujah!
  • Dee on Matthew 23
    In Matthew 23rd chapter, Jesus begins by issuing a warning to the crowd, or to the common people, regarding the pharisees and the other religious leaders. This was clearly an indication of Jesus's final rejection of the religious leadership's influence and security on the people,[ref. Mark 12:38 also Luke 20:45-47]. Moses's seat indicates most high authority. Be watchful of falsities and wolves.
  • Wmcraig on Matthew 23
    following my first comment concerning changing the word they to it's true original word HE meaning Moses I will remind you Jesus had not been crucified as the Pascal lamb. The curtain had not been rent twain. The separation still existed until HIS final Breath. Upon the death of Jesus HE took away the curse of sin, death. HE did not end the law. He ended it's ultimate curse Death.
  • JOHNSON on Matthew 23
    The death of Jesus Christ was the end of the law old era . Christ ended the law, we are no more under the law because Christ fulfilled and abolished the law.
  • Wmcraig on Matthew 23
    The original texts Not Strongs, Youngs or other similar books The original textus Receptus says . 3 All therefore whatsoever HE meaning Moses bid you observe, that observe and do but do not ye after their works: for they say, and do not. JESUS HIMSELF instructed them to keep Mosaic laws. The word "they" is a corruption of the truth. Read it and see which way if it makes linguistic since.
  • Tami Parks on Deuteronomy 28
    Deuteronomy 28 was spoken to Moses By the Most High to tell the people of Israel. The 12 tribes that have been scattered world wide and are still suffering under the curses until the Messiah returns for the remnant that are keeping the commandments, laws statues and judgments.
    All other people are referred to as Gentiles and were grafted in.
  • Munya on Genesis 3
    1. Is GOD actually in three - a TRINITY? I think God is ONE - a UNITY? The fact that He manifests as Jesus Christ, Holy Spirit or His Written Word does not break Him into parts. I think defining God is limiting Him.
    2. Did we really inherit Adam's sin or we sin by our own choice or freewill? If we inherited sin, it's not our problem, just as we cannot be judged for a hereditary disease.
  • Patricia Wanyoike on Psalms 127
    The LORD is my confidence.
    The LORD is good, his lovingkindness and mercy is forever...
  • Rev Mike on Exodus 18
    It has always been more important to God that they build an assembly"Body of Christ" than for one man to be judge.:"That the Word Would Know That I am God and That There is no Other" So he gives His direction for a more excellent way. Unlike our own...
  • Lillian G Brown on Hebrews 4
    I learn a lot from this chapter of Hebrews
    .The word of God is quick and powerful
    2.Let us come boldly unto the throne of grace
    that we may obtain mercy, and find grace.
    these word i have have instilled in me.

  • David on 1 Samuel 4
    The sin of compromise, makes one just as guilty as the perpetrators of sin. It caused the presence of God to depart, even before the ark of God, was taken by the Philistines. Eli seemed only to fear for the ark, and lost the reverential fear for the God of the ark. This possibly was the cause of Eli's sin of compromise. So many times we want God's presence and not want to do His will.

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