Bible Discussion PAGE 259

  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Exodus 29
    I am also from the South. I was born in Ky. There were indeed Northern Baptists, they just do not seem to refer to themselves that way. So good question. They were a distinct group not affiliated with the southern baptists. I am not sure where or if the group exists today, but they existed in history. We studied a bit about them in Church history class around the time of the civil war.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on Exodus 12:17
    Someone asked Jesus what was the most important commandment.
    Matthew 22:36 - Master, which is the great commandment in the law?
    Matthew 22:37 - Jesus said unto him, Thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind.
    Matthew 22:38 - This is the first and great commandment.
    Matthew 22:39 - And the second is like unto it, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself.
    Matthew 22:40 - On these two commandments hang ALL the law and the prophets.
  • WodehousEva on Mark 16:14
    As long as the road is right, you are not afraid of the road
  • Anon - in Reply on Psalms 91
    Find some youtube videos on Christian worship music and have it play in the background. Read the bible verses out loud to change the atmosphere around you. Keep confessing the Lordship/Sovereignty of Christ our aloud over all things on earth and heaven. Seek first the Kingdom of God and His righteousness and all things shall be added unto you. Step out from the limitations on earth and soar with Christ on wings as eagles.
  • Deborah on 2 Timothy 3:3
    Yes trying to read about the end of time and how the coronivirus is taking place from tbe bible can u help me with the verse and chapter please and thank u
  • Anon - in Reply on Revelation 12
    In following protocol & being invited into the Kingdom of God,gifts are given- words of knowledge,wisdom,discernment prophecy,tongues, revelation etc.Praying for truth, & guidance will bring vision. God will reveal where what is coming from as you put your trust in Him. Boldness takes over as you allow Christ to reign in you & His character begins to extinguish yours & the false programming satan wants you to live by.Jesus is the Way the Truth and the Life. As Christ lives in you satan's strongholds through his agents-psychics, witches, freemasons, nazi's etc will not be so strong anymore. You allow your faith muscles to be exercised through each attack/assault over your mind, body, soul.
  • Camille on Psalms 70
    What does Jesus mean when he tells his tells his disciples and Matthew 24 eight when he saysBefore he comes will be the beginning of birth pains what would be the hidden meeting about this
  • Adam on Genesis 1
    Luke 24:1-12 - Now upon the first day of the week, very early in the morning, they came unto the sepulchre, bringing the spices which they had prepared, and certain others with them. (Read More...)
  • Anon - in Reply on Revelation 12
    Of course the God of Abraham loves you. It's something the adversary would like you to disbelieve. Fear that brings torment is not of God. The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom and leads to life. Perfect loves casts out all fear. God has not given us the spirit of bondage again to fear, but of power, of love and a sound mind. Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on Thee. To get into Christ and access the Kingdom of Heaven, the Kingdom of God, the Kingdom of His dear Son you have to follow protocol. Jesus said: You must be born again. The evangelists are there as door keepers and guides to enter in. Belief in Christ, submission to God, confession of sin etc
  • Angie kelley - in Reply on Daniel 5
    v.17 Then Daniel answered and said before the king, Let thy gifts be to thyself, and give thy rewards to another; yet I will read the writing unto the king, and make known to him the interpretation."
  • Angie kelley - in Reply on Daniel 5
    The books of the apocrypha were NOT inspired bu the Holy Spirit.
  • Amanda on Acts 12:4
    i want to know the verses about taking someone. also, taking someone at the mid-point of their life. A marine that made it back from Iraq. Just the best guy you could ever meet and just out of the blue he's gone in his sleep (with no help). I want to know why he would take a father of a 6 yr old little girl that worship the ground he walked on. he was 33.
  • Johnny Luces on Exodus 12:17
    After 66 years I have come to the awareness of this command. I am not Jewish but I want to follow God commandments as instructed on Exodus 12:17 of the unleavened bread. I have eaten leavened bread this morning and I feel I have already violated the first thing God almighty instructed for me to do. What to do now? After 66 years and knowledge has passed me.. Lord please be merciful on my soul.
  • William mathis - in Reply on Numbers 21
    our Elohim sent in fiery serpants to bite the people not because of idols it was because they complained and murmured against God and his servant moses and did not appreciate the heavenly manna food given to them by the mosthigh it has nothing to do with idols there hearts were still in egypt.
  • ALEX on Luke 11
    This woman was praising Mary saying blessed is the womb that bare you and the papes you have sucked thats Mary and she was truly blessed but Jesus is refering to another WOMAN when he said more blessed are them that hear my words and keeps them thats Humanity th WORLD,JESUS said the field was the world where that good seed wd be planted our hearts that good seed will be sown initiating a birth of Christ in US.He wants us all to be his MOTHER that what the new birth is Christ being formed in US. Who is my Mother them that hear my WORDS HIS SEEDS.The KINGDOM HAS TO COME VIA A BIRTH OF CHRIST IN US.thats y he always referes to himself as Son of MAN. Unless ya receive the kingdom as a lil CHILD.
  • Chris on Daniel 4:7
    In Daniel 4:7, there is no special or hidden meaning contained there. It is simply an account of Nebuchadnezzar & his quest to find the interpretation of his dream. His wise men couldn't help him so he called for Daniel, who gave him the meaning by God's help. Some groups tend to 'spiritualize' portions of the Word, that ought not to be done. E.g. the pebbles that David collected to be used in the slaying of Goliath: each pebble has a special meaning and significance. This, to me, is absurd and outrageous.
  • Joe - in Reply on Matthew 25
    Please read Luke 16, especially vs 22, about Lazarus and the rich man. An example of eternal torment. There is no way to escape the burning lake of fire.
  • Michael - in Reply on Revelation 3
    Thank you for your thoughts and your time in commenting on my question; I do sincerely appreciate it Mick. God bless you and yours and I do hope you and your family are safe in these very trying times.
  • Linda A Adams - in Reply on Acts 12:4
    Romans: Romans: 10: v. 20, 21 Then Isaiah is so bold as to say, "I have been found by those who did not seek me." I have shown myself to those those who did not ask for me. But of Israel he says, "All day long I have held out my hands to a disobedient and contrary people.
    Romans: 11: v. 1-21 I ask, then, has God rejected his people? By no means! I myself am an Israelite, a descendent of Abraham, a member of the tribe of Benjamin. 2 God has not rejected whom he foreknew. Do you not know what the scripture says of Elijah, how he pleads with God against Israel? 3 "Lord they have killed your prophets, they have demolished your altars; I alone am left, and they are seeking my life." (Read on..)
  • Chris - in Reply on Genesis 1
    When man chooses to not acknowledge his Creator & fall before Him in adoration and worship, he must then find someone or something else to bow to & give his life to. To some, his own self becomes his god & he is then answerable to no one else. To others, sport, entertainment or addictive substances. And all this diversion from the Truth doesn't come from within himself, but from the great deceiver through anti-Christian governments, which would rather give into the devil than to the commands & statutes of Holy Writ. They remove Christian education from schools, teach evolution as fact, penalise parents who discipline, promote homosexuality, etc. Our govts. will stand in Judgement. Blessings.
  • Michael Chittick on Matthew 23
    You are right Joe for sure. Thank you for your feedback. Amen! Bless you in your studies.
  • Smitty - in Reply on Exodus 29
    Frank, The reason we had to sacrifice animals is because WE sinned. It's not like God just wanted us to kill animals for his pleasure. Before Adam and Eve got us started on this journey Man cared for and had dominion over the animals and did not kill and eat them. It's called a sacrifice because you have to give up something. You have to feel the pain of giving up something to truly understand what sacrifice means. Imagine how God felt giving up his son to pain and suffering for a people who didn't even understand what he was doing for us all.
  • Smitty - in Reply on Exodus 29
    Charles, I have a question. I hope this doesn't offend as I too am from the South, but exactly why do Southern Baptists call themselves, Southern Baptists? I've never heard a Yankee say I'm a Northern Baptist? Are the Yankees ashamed to call themselves Northern Baptists? Or is there no such thing as a Northern Baptist? Are there Eastern and Western Baptists?
  • Smitty - in Reply on Exodus 29
    The fat and the best portions of meat from the best of the herds and flocks being sacrificed was simply this. If a friend were to come to your house to eat would you not offer your best to them? Well, God demanded a sacrifice be made to him by the Israelites to atone for their sins. In return God made a covenant with them that he would be their God and as long as they did this he would dwell with them. So they offered up their best as he commanded. It has nothing to do with dietary concerns.
  • Anonymous on Acts 16
    I got into astrology as a teen. It was fun to look up friends horoscopes. I learned to look there for information instead of the Holy Bible. It was much later when I believed I could change destiny's, my life began to spiral. Be careful what you look at. Many things are idols and have a demon stationed by it. Tell others in Bible school. Invite star nuts to meet at church.
  • Mick on JOHN 1010 on Acts 16
    I told a little of my testimony to let others know how very present the Holy Spirit is to us during crisis. Ask. He's there. Talk to him. Ask Him to teach you to pray; intercede like Jesus is doing now. A intercessor (I was taught) is one who asks to stand alongside someone, in their place, to fight against satan or to release a blessing into someone else's life. You must know who you are in Jesus Christ before you take on some hell to stand in for someone who may not know they're on satans radar. He steals, kills and destroys. John 10:10
    Pray for people who need it. People are hurting now and receptive to let someone pray for them. Answered prayers are your reward. :D
  • Thelma Denson on Revelation 7
    If you be obedient to God you can make it in to heaven.
  • Mickey on Isaiah 1412-16 on Matthew 1
    Actually in Isaiah chapter 14:12-16, satan says I WILL 5 times!

    God is not destroying people's lives. One of satans other names is: DESTROYER. And he is the ACCUSER of the brethern. Revelation 12:10, Job 1:6,12 and Zechariah 3:1

    Part of our problem is that we do not trust God. We think he does all the painful things. Like why is he allowing satan to get near us? Hear that accusatory question? Or, why doesn't Jesus just heal everybody? Why does bad things happen to good people?
    There is the WILL of God. God gave free will to mankind in the garden of Eden. Satan has a will too. He's not going to do anything good with it. Read Job 1. He's defeated. Intercede for loved ones.
  • Shulammithi - in Reply on Job 1
    Some times it helps to introduce the faith people to the world like job
  • Chris on Acts 12:4
    This is an often asked question. I then ask:why did God allow bad things to happen to His Son Jesus Christ? And we know that Jesus faced people's anger, hatred, hunger, temptation, misunderstandings, beatings, thorns, spearing and death. If God allowed His only begotten Son to suffer so much, when He did no wrong & without any sin, should we be surprised that we, as good as some might try to be, also suffer? We are all born sinners, even the slightest wrong-doing makes us such. But Jesus did no wrong, even when under severe testing by Satan - yet He suffered. So, the answer is that we all suffer because we are sinners, but now as Christians, we are given His Grace to live above the pain.

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