Bible Discussion PAGE 257

  • Ratiocination on 2 Corinthians 4:4
    So, um, how many gods do Christians believe in then? Let's count. God the Father: 1. God the Son: 2. God the Holy Spirit: 3. And Satan, The God of This World: 4. Wow! Add a few more, and y'all can begin approaching Hinduism or animism. But your official line is there's only One True God? Still going with that one, yes?
  • Fred scanlan on Mark 11
    "Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing"; and I will receive you." we are sanctified by His blood we are forgiven. Being one with the Father, forgiving one another for sins. Jesus says believe in God, asking the Father for those things you desire even unto the moving of mountains. Christs authority is all we need in the hour of temptation! Overcoming sin avoiding temporal and eternal separation from the holiness of God. Be ye holy for I am holy. The power and authority that is in Jesus Christ. Christ reminds us our baptism, you are consecrated unto god,you have been bought with a price! Mark 11
  • K D Harms - in Reply on Revelation 7
    Talk about fire and brimstone! Please recall, It's the goodness of God that leadeth thee to repentance. -- Romans 2:4. All you street preachers mix some honey with your vinegar. Put yourselves in the shoeless footsteps of the skid row sinner. He is likely using (abusing) to escape their sinful state. They likely have already experienced the wrath of Satan. He and she are trying to find solace in a dark and crooked and perverse world the they have already been subjected and are currently enduring. So you are the light of God to them and representing God's love for them. What an honor, privilege in the exercised authority and (exousia) power you have - in the absence of the physical Christ!
  • K D Harms on Revelation 7:14
    In the RSV Version, Chap.7, V.14 Must be understood in light of the intermediate context of Revelation Chaps. 1-3 The overall instructions with subsequent promises to the churches of Asia (minor) Revelation 3 10 says, "Because you individual 'you' have kept the word of my patient endurance, I will keep you from the hour of trial which is coming on the whole earth to try all those who dwell upon the earth." This promise is to all the churches from the first century until now. Chap 7 v 13, He who has an ear let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. That's churches plural. This admonition is repeated at the close of the addresses to all the churches. The Church is not appointed unto wrath.
  • Irene on Luke 11:9
    We have to remember,when we pray and put it all in Gods hands and leave it there God will answer your prayers in his own time own way.All we need to do is be patient.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Genesis 6:6
    RC that is the best explanation I have ever heard of repentance.
    well done. Mark 1:15 - .... Jesus came into Galilee, preaching the gospel of the kingdom of God,......And saying, The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand: repent ye, and believe the gospel.
    Mark 6:12 - And they 12 apostles went out, and preached that men should repent.
    Jesus speaking in Luke 13:3 - I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish.
  • Cindy Kent on Psalms 1
    In Psalms 1 what do you mean The ground and reason for both for verses 4-6
  • Mick - in Reply on Psalms 19:13
    PRESUMPTIOUS SIN:you gotta go Google that one. One word, a whole lot of info
    Here's some examples: presume the mercy of God; sin against hope; carelessness with God and His Word; willful sin; deliberate sin; carelessness leads to callousness. And much more!! That's a SELAH: pause and think on these things
  • GeorgeAgnes on Job 40:2
    As long as the road is right, you are not afraid of the road
  • Mick - in Reply on Genesis 1:1
    Nimrod had all the people who spoke one language, build the Tower of Babel, do Nimrod could shoot arrows at God. Then the Godhead (Father, Son, Holy Ghost) said, LET US confound their Language that they may not understand one another's language. Eventually people migrated to other places so they had people speaking the same language. Genesis 11:1-9
    People meant it for evil, but God modified it for good. One planet with countries of the language God gave them. Cultures, food, dress, religions; everything we have today, except for one change. This age has people urged to be bi or multi-lingual in schools. We have internet to learn other cultures and go there.
    Teach Jesus to your kids.
  • Vandana on Psalms 119:6
    How do i use Acts 20:24 and Psalms 119:6 to pray for my husband' spiritual displine?

  • Fred Scanlan on Mark 11
    Remarkable that like the church today, Christ entering Jerusalem, with all the multitudes finds the temple empty. So our Lord created his own temple , a temple made without hands, in the heavens, found in you and me. This new temple is the everlasting kingdom of god! Hosanna in the highest.The gospel of Christ, that we through faith can receive the forgiveness of sin. That Jesus will find fruit in those who trust Him , who believe in God! His kingdom shall have no end., as he says I am alpha and omega,the beginning and the end.We enter freely into His temple not paying for the privilege, Freely He gives, Freely we receive! Only one mediator between God and man! The man Christ Jesus.
  • Al on Zechariah 13
    Reading various commentaries on this chapter, most seem to run into a problem in interpreting the prophet described in this chapter. There are some aspects that point to this being a false prophet and others that seem to make reference to Christ. In my opinion, from v2 to the end to the end of v4 the bible is describing a false prophet. Then there is a transition in beginning of v5 following the word "But,,," where the bible is comparing and contrasting the false prophet to another, who is not a prophet, but actually Christ.
    - He is not a prophet, but the Good Shepherd.
    - The wounds in his hand are from the cross.
    - The sword was from God, who used the Roman soldier.

    Any thoughts?
  • Beautiful - in Reply on Genesis 13
  • Summer Babb on Psalms 19:13
    Hi! i think a presumptuous sin is when one sins willfully, and knowing better. Its not a sin committed out of ignorance.
  • Frances J Maloney on Psalms 102:7
    I came to realize, as a result of 'trifling with' the Sabbath, yesterday, that, although we, especially women and girls, are discouraged from making vows, our Jacob-fashion (city was called Luz at the first.

    20 And Jacob vowed a vow, saying, If God will be with me, and will keep me in this way that I go, and will give me bread to eat, and raiment to put on,

    21 So that I come again to my father's house in peace; then shall the LORD be my God)
    promise to God Most Merciful, might be, that if He lifts the death sentence (I sense) that is presently upon us, WE WILL, I WILL, DILIGENTLY KEEP THE SABBATH. This means, that, we could credit ourselves, if only as rooster re daily rising of sun.
  • Dovie Greer - in Reply on Psalms 91
    Greetings to you, I just want to let you know that I went from 13 pills to zero pills only because of the grace of God and his deliverance for me trusting in him and his powerful word that carry me through. Depression is a powerful word and deep experience with being always SAD, we all are blessed with the Bible, Basic Instruction... and that said there is a whole lot of positives in this world. So my advice to you seek your mind into the word and surround yourself with positive people and separate self from your idol mind and negative people. If God can be for you who can be against you. READ Romans Chapter 8. I was abuse by parent and family and through marriage, I'm now Free Indeed!
  • David Stuart - in Reply on Romans 8
    My friend, in a sense you are right. But here it is talking about salvation, not just the presence of God, as sin can separate us from God, but never completely take him out of the picture.
  • RC on Genesis 6:6
    There is no discrepancy in God's Word. In regard to God's repenting because He created man in earth was not because of God sinning as man does. God cannot sin. Repentance is being sorrowful in your heart for human sin (disobeying God). God was sorrowful for His creation, not GOD sinning. Thank God, Jesus paid the price for OUR sin...He was without sin....God loved us (creation) enough to make way to be with Him through the Cross and Blood of His pure Son. Today repent for your sin, ask Jesus to save you, believe in your heart He died and rose again and confess Him as your Lord and Savior. Saved by grace..a gift from God...God with us..Thank You Lord Jesus!!!
  • Dee - in Reply on Galatians 4
    I've had this question as well. I found the same in Corinthians 14:34-35 and no scripture contrary to this. If someone can give scripture that states otherwise, I would like to follow-up. Thank you and May God continue to bless and keep all my sisters and brothers.
  • Suresh on Proverbs 18:21
    i truly believe this proverb a mouth speaks what the heart is full of . If a person has good tongue he will be having good relations with others in his life, but other side it can destroy the healthy person health by poor mouth. so speak good and be a good fruit of life .. amen
  • Timothy Wayne George on Matthew 21:5
    The King James uses language that is different from the nomanclature of today. Ass is a donkey and Jesus fulfilled Zechariah 9:9 when he rode the colt of a donkey. This was the meek and just Savior having salvation who came to save us from our sins. So thank God that the Highest became the lowest that he could die on the Cross and redeem mankind from his sins. Accept this truth and you will be saved, your name will be written in the Lamb's book of life.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Revelation 11
    I say you are correct in your belief. Some of revelation was past, some present in John's day and some was future like chapters 20-22.
  • Randall on James 1
    a question that concerns me and would like it to be cleared I hear a lot that the Sabbath day was always Saturday until a pope or popes stated they where above Christ and moved the Sabbath to sunday if this was the case why do we go along with this and do wrong in the face of our lord this is a great concern for me and if one will please answer this for me thank you praise god AMEN
  • Mick - in Reply on James 1
    God rested on the 7th day Genesis 2:3
    Jesus ministered and healed people on Sabbath and had Pharisees on his back for it. There is no set law for what day to attend church. Just don't forsake (stop) gathering together which could mean church or small home groups; some elderly watch church on tv faithfully. Read first 2 chapter of Acts which shows the first meetings of Jesus's believers. It's cool.
  • Mick - in Reply on Matthew 15
    The Godhead is 3 distinct persons: Father, Jesus and Holy Spirit. Two times they said, "Let us". One was at creation, the other was at the Tower of Babel. The Father gave us to Jesus. He is the Word of God. The Holy Spirit is the spirit of Jesus.
    We pray to the Father in Jesus name. We ask the Holy Spirit to baptize us. He is our boots on the ground: He teaches us about Jesus, comforts us, He opens up the Bible so you can understand. You have to desire increasing closeness with Him. You will be smitten with a love you cannot describe. They deserve our worship :)
  • Mick - in Reply on Romans 9
    You'll have more success using the search box at the opening of this website. Try 'warriors' 'mighty men' or about David's life
    in I Samuel, Kings, Chronicles
  • Mick - in Reply on Romans 9
    Isaiah. First book in the prophet section.
  • Mick on John 10:35
    Every time I ever judged anyone; said it, thought it, sneered, smirked, mumbled, the Holy Spirit reeled me in. I finally got cured. He even made me watch The Shack movie 28 times! I got blissfully delivered.
    There is too much judging going on in here. We could be learning the FRUITS of the Holy Spirit. Believe me that unrighteous judgment grieves Him. If you don't feel that, then your conscience may be seared like a strip steak.
    These 5 scriptures say don't Judge. Repent. Write them down. Matthew 7:1, Luke 6;37, John 7:24, I Corinthians 4: 3-5. BE MERCIFUL
    Now check this one out: Ezekiel 2:21

    God is going to personally deal with Israel. Pray. Stop accusing. WWJD God bless you.
  • Kim b on Psalms 91
    I will pray for you, I don't know what scripture you're reading but if you will look up scripture on depression and anxiety and read and read and read and pray and keep praying he WILL help you. What I just suggested to you is exactly what I did. We were in the midst of a trial and I am on medication but it wasn't helping, I was a hot mess. God Almighty delivered me from my depression and anxiety. I mean I'm still on my meds so I don't want to mislead you. But even though I was on my meds I still needed him and he is helping me so much! I keep your eyes and mind on Christ and I promise he will help you, but it takes hard work on your part too. You have to keep at it, don't give up God bless

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