Bible Discussion PAGE 268

  • Cristina Scheeler - in Reply on Daniel 12
    A good website to go to would be, Bible study tools. Although, they have different versions, (please be careful, only stand on KJV) they have a whole list of different commentaries
  • Free - in Reply
    Why do you ask such a question dear sister? 1 Corintians 14.14

    For if I pray in an unknown tongue, my spirit prayeth, but my understanding is unfruitful.

    What we see in churches today can not be the same! And on pentecost when the Holy Ghost was spilled over men. All languages was too hear in Jerusalem. Becouse Jesus died, and stand up from dead. And go thru the hevens, the earth, the under earth and now these dayes. He is the Only One King forever.

    2 Corintians 5.17. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.

    But is it a good thing too speak in tongues, and it is secrets with God.

    1 Chorintians 14.2. For he that speaketh in an unknown tongue speaketh not unto men, but unto God: for no man understandeth him; howbeit in the spirit he speaketh mysteries.

    So in churches today when ppl who shouts out word that no one understand. Its more like that ppl who dont see Jesus jet. Get fear instead of peace, unfortunately and do a lot of harm in the society. Thats why we need order. We are free too do anything but not everything fits.

    1 Chorintians 6.12. All things are lawful unto me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but I will not be brought under the power of any.

    More} 1 Chorintians 14 4

    1 Chorintians 14.12

    1 Chorintians 14.17

    Ill thank Jesus Christ too have this humbly understanding and give Him all the glory. Never forget that we all are body of Christ. And He is the Head. God bless you and yours.
  • Steven - in Reply
    Amen Arnita.

    Christ Came for the Sinner to die on the Cross.

    Mark 2:17 (KJV) When Jesus heard it, he saith unto them, They that are whole have no need of the physician, but they that are sick: I came not to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance.

    God bless.
  • Steven S - in Reply on Psalms 8
    Amen Mpilo.
  • Mpilo mangenda on Psalms 8
    God is good
  • David on 2 Samuel 17
    Praise the Lord in His wisdom. The Lord used people from other nations to take care of David and his household V 27- 29 as they escaped from Absalom.

    God is all powerful and can turn the heart of kings. Prov 21:1. Thank you Lord for reminding us of your gracious love and and daily benefits.
  • Ms Arnita - in Reply
    Hello--I was specifically commenting on Psalm 64; however there certainly are countless other scriptures that fit the same description.

    Thank you
  • Honorio yamoyam on Revelation 1
    explanation of chapter 1 to chapter 3
  • Jesse - in Reply

    I really wish I had known that you spoke in tongues before I responded to your request. If I had known before hand, I probably would not have responded. Right now I am feeling as though I took the bait.

    Nevertheless, I responded to what you asked for, my understanding of scripture on speaking in tongues. I did not share my full understanding, and now I'm glad I didn't.

    You've responded 4 times to my post and there are some things you said that spark my interest, and yet I'm not sure how to respond without you feeling as though I'm trying to argue, so it's probably best that I stay away from this one.

    But just so you know, I think no differently of you because you speak in tongues. You are always respectful and I value our relationship in Christ.
  • Chris - in Reply
    Thank you Steph for sharing that. I do agree that one could look at that verse in the way you suggest, even citing proof of the ever-decreasing years that each one of us has to live. Also considering Psalm 90:10, "The days of our years are threescore years and ten; and if by reason of strength they be fourscore years, yet is their strength labour and sorrow; for it is soon cut off, and we fly away."

    However, in Genesis 6:1-7, the compelling message here is of God's great displeasure in the ever increasing wickedness of man & that God had subsequently set a time limit when the righteous would escape & the unrepentant sinner would perish. "My Spirit shall not always strive with man, for that he also is flesh", seems to indicate that God's Spirit would no longer contend with man in the flesh, but to deal with his spirit in that appointed day. That is, there needs to be a destruction of the flesh so that the spirit might be released for judgement. We can see an allusion to this in the NT: 1 Corinthians 5:5, "To deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that the spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus", as Paul had to deal with fornication in the Church, which the Church failed to do. Destruction of the flesh here certainly meant suffering, possibly death, & that the sinning soul would be excommunicated & face certain personal calamities or else he comes to his senses, repents, be restored into fellowship, that his spirit might yet be saved.

    Even though the sinner in 1 Corinthians was given time to repent, though if he refused, his days would be shortened because of suffering & death (also 1 Corinthians 11:29,30). Likewise, God had allotted mankind 120 years of life, under the testimony & preaching of Noah ( 2 Peter 2:5) as God's Anger reached its limit with them, but Noah's testimony was rejected resulting in both the destruction of the flesh & their spirits held captive awaiting judgement.
  • Ronald L Whittemore - in Reply on Luke 21

    Many believe in the seven years at the end times. Those seven years are taken from the seventy-week prophecy given to Daniel. My advice is to study.


    Daniel 9:25 Know therefore and understand, that from the going forth of the commandment to restore and to build Jerusalem unto the Messiah the Prince shall be seven weeks, and threescore and two weeks: the street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times.

    Seven weeks + threescore and two weeks = 69 weeks this is when Messiah (Jesus) first comes, when He is baptized. The next verse tells us the Messiah is cut off (crucified) after 62 weeks, this was when the restoration and repairing of the walls, streets, and gates of the city of Jerusalem by Ezra and Nehemiah ( Nehemiah 2:8-17; 4:17). Troublous times when their enemies tried to stop the building ( Nehemiah 4:7) the first 7 weeks. We know Jesus' ministry was 3.5 years.

    This is 3.5 years past 69 weeks so that puts Jesus' crucifixion in the middle of the seventieth week.

    I posted a 3-part post on this a few weeks past may you can pull it up and may it help you study this. Not all of Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21, what Jesus is saying is about end times.

    Jesus did cover part about end times but some was telling His Apostles which we see in Mark there were only four, what they were going to have to face before the destruction of the temple. What Jesus said at first before they ask Him, not one stone would be left on top of another.

    There was much of what Jesus said happened before the temple was destroyed, Wars, earthquakes, famines, false prophets, check out Simon in Acts 8, and there were more. The apostles were put in prison, beaten, and killed.

    The main fact, if sixty-nine and one-half weeks is shown in scripture that has already past, you cannot put a full week at end times.

  • Dianne - in Reply on Luke 21
    S Spencer Something interesting about noahs time, can you imagine how many people were mocking him and thought he was nuts for telling them its going to rain and flood they must have thought he was crazy. The reason is because before that time it never rained on the face of the earth. Just things I think about also the word of God Says God closed the Ark and I'll bet when Crap hit the fan nobody could open it, I think the people were so wicked that if they would have gotten on the ark Noahs family would have been history.
  • Jesse - in Reply on Luke 21

    Number one and number three in my previous post should both say three and one-half years. This has happened to me before where I've typed in the correct number but when I hit the submit button, it changes what I typed. But anyway, this seven year period is divided into two three and a half year periods. The entire seven years is known as the tribulation period. The last three and a half years are known as the Great Tribulation.
  • Dianne - in Reply
    TNT take this into consideration those two were the only two people on this planet and they lived in a perfect environment, were only given one commandment and didn't focus learn listen adhere remember. They lost focus on what God told them. Our five senses heads do the same thing, from time to time, If you choose to read Romans 7:14-21 very insightful. With Adam and Eve I don't dwell on where there heads were but learn where to keep mine. God Bless
  • Dianne - in Reply
    S Spencer Prayerfully you took that as a compliment because before being born again maybe peter was stubborn, but after being born again our brother was spiritual tnt, and definitely sold out and locked in. I about cracked at your reply brother.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Psalms 121
    I would like for you to make a new confession about yourself. You are born again ( John 3). You have the Holy Spirit inside of you. Now here is one more to confess, out loud, every time something comes up.

    1 Corinthians 2:16

    For who hath known the mind of the Lord, that he may instruct him? But WE HAVE the mind of Christ.

    Philippians 2:5

    Let THIS MIND BE IN YOU, which was also in Christ Jesus:

    If your relationship with the Holy Spirit is the power driving in your life? You are no longer limited in what you can learn.

    Read your Bible. If you don't have one, go on Google and type in "KJV Bible in your language that you prefer".

    Ask the Holy Spirit FIRST, what you've read and what it means. Listen for His answer. If he gives you a scripture, write it down.

    You have the ability to understand everything.
  • Dianne - in Reply
    Derek Hello If you look at the world you'll get frustrated when you look at Gods Word and work in Jesus Christ its truth and you get Comforted Peaceful and Blessed. Remember the world is a disorganized lie, Gods word and its promises are truth, Jesus Christ the SAme Yesterday Today and Forever. God Bless
  • FATHER SON HOLY SPIRIT - in Reply on Genesis 1
    The "Let Us", or the Godhead speaking together. I have all these underlined in my Bible.

    The Scriptures about the Godhead. Sometimes called "Let Us..." in some passages. These scriptures are evidence of all 3 persons of the Godhead speaking to each other.

    Genesis 1:26, 3:22, 11:7

    Isaiah 6:8

    Romans 1:20

    Colossians 2:9

    Acts 17:27-30

    1 John 5:7

    John 10:30

    "For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and GODHEAD so that they are without excuse:"

    Genesis 1:1

    The Father purposes

    The Word (Jesus) speaks. ( John 1:1)

    The Spirit (Holy Spirit) executes the spoken word. Action.

    All working together. Jesus came to show us the Father, as Emmanuel.

    Matthew 1:23

    "Behold, a virgin shall be with child, and shall bring forth a son, and they shall call his name Emmanuel, which being interpreted is, God with us."

    Jesus came to bring to each born again believer; the baptism and the in-dwelling of the Holy Spirit.

    [ Genesis 1:2, John 3:6, Acts 2:1-3, John 16: 7-15]
  • Mishael - in Reply
    Thanks. I didn't know that.
  • Olorunda Emmanuel on Psalms 121
    How to use Bible to overcome all my backwardness,spiritual issues including sickness
  • KJBO Admin - in Reply
    Hello! The Bible Questions forum automatically shows any comment containing a question mark ?. God bless!
  • Derek
    What is truth? John 18:38

    Is everything we see and believe from the media true about covid? Would we trust this info with our lives? What if it wasn't true?

    Unfortunately in this current culture people are attacked and shamed for asking basic questions. Would someone telling the truth normally be afraid of questions? Can't the truth hold up to respectful scrutiny?

    I do not trust what I see and hear in the news or on TV. There have been too many lies already told and there's no credibility left.

    First the origin of the corona virus was denied that it came from the corona virus lab. We were supposed to believe it came from a wet market, rather than the exact lab the US helped fund to make strong viruses. Why anyone would be funded to do that in I have no idea, as it just seems irresponsible.

    Next, you were told to stay at home and wear masks. Public parks were closed. Fresh open air is the best thing for people but it was closed. The masks then cause bacteria buildup and people inhale the bacteria into their lungs causing pneumonia which is deadly. But even though the holes in a mask are larger than the size of the virus and even though people can have some CO2 buildup and adverse health effects and even though science doesn't support masks, no one questions the masks.

    Next, the CDC lied about the death count. They admit in fine print only 6% died from covid, then they reduced it to 5%, now 2.5%. Then strangely all flu deaths went away because they counted them as covid.

    Then you have an antidote- HCQ and Ivermectin which have been tested by tens of thousands with no adverse side effects. But most doctors banned it. If anyone wants to get it you still can through speakwithanmd dot com. You can see all the studies at c19hcq dot com and click on ivermectin at the top.

    Then you have an experimental untested non-FDA-approved injection they call a 'vaccine' rushed to market. Now tens of thousands of people died from it, but the media never admits it. It's buried on the VAERS reporting system. Lies. Sick. Evil. Satanic. These must be the end times!
  • Mishael - in Reply
    Sometimes it gets posted in Questions and printed into Discussions. I sent the actual scriptures lastnight. It's all good. :)
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  • Leonard Foss - in Reply
    I should explain how I came to these conclusions. I believe that we are all compeled by the Holy Spirit to share our joy in Jesus. I think The Lord makes use of our readyness {as Ephesians chapter sixteen explains} to do His work by placing us in circomstances that are beyond our control. The next thing you know is there is someone standing in front of you who needs to hear about The King of Hosts,the omniscient God, The King of Kings. And you open your mouth and allow the Holy Spirit to do its work thought your learned tounge. And witness along with angels a soul being reborn in Christ. We all fall short and sometimes need a shepherd to lead us back to the flock as did I. Praise God in the highest! Amen.
  • Jesse - in Reply

    That is correct. In Matthew 6:25, Jesus says, "Therefore I say unto you, Take no thought for your life, what ye shall eat, or what ye shall drink; nor yet for the body, what ye shall put on. Is not the life more than meat, and the body than raiment?"

    That little phrase "Take no thought" is the Greek word MERIMNAO which means to occupy the attention of the mind. So in other words, in Matthew 6:25, when Jesus says "Take no thought," He is telling the disciples not to be worried about what you're going to eat or what you're going to wear. Take no thought, do not let these things occupy the attention of your mind. (Merimnao). Just thought I would share that!
  • Dianne - in Reply
    Take no thought God didn't say neither shall ye touch it,those were the words of the serpent Gen 3:3.
  • Dianne - in Reply
    Jesse Because I like you do not want any strife I'll I agree with most but not all of what you shared and i have heard equally intelligent teachers, say yea and nay. Thanks for the input.
  • Jesse - in Reply

    In order to better understand the end times, you need to know that all prophecies concerning the last days are based upon Daniel 9:24-27, which presents the 70th week of Daniel. We have not reached the 70th week yet. 69 weeks have passed, but right now we are living in what is called "The time of the Gentiles" which began on April 6th, 32 A.D., the time of Christ's death on the cross. But once the church is removed from the earth, the 70th week (7 year period) will begin.

    The 70th Week of Daniel is divided into four sections:

    1)Pains of birth: first 3 years of the Tribulation. ( Matthew 24:4-14)

    2)Pivotal point: the mid-point of the Tribulation. ( Matthew 24:15)

    3)Perils of tribulation: the last 3 years of the Great Tribulation. ( Matthew 24:16-28)

    4)Promise of his coming: the Second Coming of Christ. ( Matthew 24:29-31)

    All end time prophecies are centered on the Jewish people. Matthew took his outline of the 70th week of Daniel from Mark chapter13 and they both recorded the Olivet discourse. The misunderstanding of the prophecies of the last days is based upon combining Luke's account with Matthew's and Mark's account as if they are the same message. They are not the same. So what happens is we read Matthew and Mark's account of the end time and they match with each other. But then we read Luke and that's where the confusion comes in, because they are not the same!

    Luke's version includes some of the same information only given at a different time, and covers different stages of the 70th Week of Daniel. For instance, In Luke 21:5-6, Jesus was still in the Temple area. And Luke 21:7 records different questions. When will these things be? What sign will there be when these things shall come to pass? Luke covers the first part of the pains of birth in Luke 21:8-11.

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