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  • Neil, in Canada on Revelation 20
    Re Rev 20:12...."the books were opened...judgment based on what were in the books"what are the books?
    Jesus said earlier
    "...the words that I have spoken, they will be the judge in the last day"
    Where do we find the words that Jesus has spoken?
    Primarily, in the Gospels( better, see the red letter edition of Scripture)
    So , unbelievers will be judged on their unbelief,the sin unto death


  • Christ Magnified Glorifying Jesus on Judges 12
    Day 69 of Bible Reading in a Year. Excellent history of the period of the judges who "ruled" Israel. It is fascinating how the "land" has and is still so very important even among the gentiles. The identification of people with the land for the Israelites revealed a history (though frequently broken" of trusting God to deliver them from their enemies and their own flesh.
  • A disciple on 2 Timothy 3
    "All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness:" MAN DOES NOT LIVE BY BREAD ALONE! Our life is NOT made up of the things we possess nor does filling up our outward decorations and idols make our character after the image and likeness of God. It all comes from the Word of God! Our whole duty is to keep God's commandments, HIS WORDS! Read them through: constantly never let them depart from before your eyes. Pray them in, examining yourself by the Spirit's convictions that we really be "of the Truth." Write them down, study them, and learn what the words mean, so you can accurately understand what kind of man or woman God expects you to be. Work them out in every thought and intent of your heart, in word and deed, being honest and sincere, and very courageous. If we are to be made into the image and likeness of God, it can only be by His Spirit, through His entirely inspired Word put in action. THAT'S FAITH, AND THAT'S WISDOM!
  • A disciple on Exodus 21
    If these would be the Laws in our Countries today, how much less crime and evil would be! It doesn't mean we have to bring everyone to judgment for every little thing; but smaller matters could be dealt with by neighborhoods and communities, there would be definite boundaries that would make people think twice. Add to that, when all Nations a made disciples and have God's Spirit, how much better!
  • Mark on John 10
    Those who were in leadership could not understand they were face to face with the coming Messiah, which was held in the scriptures given to them to teach and be an example. Jesus is not calling us all gods. He is making a reference to their inflated sense of authority in relation to their impending judgement of supposed blasphemy.
  • Sylvia on Romans 12
    Feed our enemies even though we know who they are, because the Lord will take vengeance
  • Rhode Island Pastor on Proverbs 11
    A thought in respect to Proverbs 11:30: He that winneth souls is wise.

    Satan is selfish and an adversary, and although his time is short, he tries to get as many souls to follow him and end in the lake of fire.

    We bible-believers, in contrast, ought to be UN-selfish, as ministers of reconciliation, knowing our time is short, ought to get as many souls to follow Jesus Christ. Opposite of Satan.
  • Steve Bartlett on John 14
    What a great source of comfort the writings of John 14 is. Thank you Father.
  • Timothyschnell on Romans 9
    Romans is written to us .chap. 10 verse 9 is the gospal.That is the grace of God that saves.10-10 exsplains it.There is nothing added to it Jesus did it all.AMEN
  • Kylie on Daniel 6
    God will deliver us from our adversary Satan, the roaring lion (1 Peter 1:8). This is a fulfilment of Proverbs 11:8, "The righteous is delivered out of trouble, and the wicked cometh in his stead." Daniel is an example of a true sanctification: even his enemies could not find any fault in him, "forasmuch as he was faithful".
  • Gabrielle.s.simons on Job 1
    did you all even know that Job had ten kids?
  • A disciple on Luke 23
    "And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom." This man had eyes to see beyond the present realities, and the facts done, to the eternal realms that preside over time. He understood that whatever men do in this life it could not hinder Christ from His eternal glory and purpose for coming into the world. As long as we have breath we can be of the truth and repent.
  • A disciple on Proverbs 1
    "Then shall they call upon me, but I will not answer; they shall seek me early, but they shall not find me: for that they hated knowledge, and did not choose the fear of the LORD: they would none of my counsel: they despised all my reproof. Therefore shall they eat of the fruit of their own way, and be filled with their own devices." There is no SIGN given to those who refuse knowledge. Mt. 13:11
  • A disciple on 2 Timothy 2
    MJF; I think that you try to say is, Don't be a hypocrite; i.e. putting forth a misleading appearance in order to conceal one's true nature and character. Next to that will have to be an honesty about one's own worthlessness and utter dependence on God's mercy; like the example of the Pharisee and the Publican praying in Luke 18. God loves truth; and has no respect for holier than thou impostors.
  • A disciple on Hebrews 10
    Irene; "Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching." As children of God we will recognize our own family, and its always little slice of heaven whenever we're together; whether for Meeting, or just a few minutes. Sorry to say, but this has rarely been my experience in a Church.
  • A disciple on Luke 23
    "..And the voices of them and of the chief priests prevailed. And Pilate gave sentence that it should be as they required." Thus it has continued to this day, and so the wicked are embolden to fill the world with their wicked ways, and pursue their fantasies and perverted imaginations of a world without God and without His Anointed. Psalm 2 describes this that has been in the world since Cain.
  • BSP on Job 15
    BSP: From John Gill's Exposition of the Bible: ... he trusts none of them with themselves, with the redemption and salvation of their souls, with the regeneration and sanctification of their hearts, and with their preservation to eternal glory; he has put those into the hands of his Son and Spirit...
  • A disciple on Luke 23
    "And the same day Pilate and Herod were made friends together: for before they were at enmity between themselves." How does one become friends with someone so vile and unrepentant as Herod? And that, especially over the matter of the judgment of what to do about Jesus, and how is delivered up without cause by the who hate Him and want to ill Him without cause!
  • MJF on 2 Timothy 2
    There are many false preachers, teachers and Bible scholars in the world; be "ware". Some have the gift of speech.. We must remember that the Lord is not impressed with gifts, but with those who live holy and righteous lives. Live what you teach or shut up! People need to see a living, walking, talking, loving and godly example in those professing to be holy Christian's. Put difference n life.
  • Obbie Beal on Revelation 6
    Rev: 6:12-17 ... as a whole, the 'Whole-World' is blind to the 'Signs Of The Time' told to us by Jesus Christ; but the 6-seal will rock the 'Whole-World' and 'Heaven' thereby get everybody attention. The ... and ... nor ... will not be able to help me nor protect me. Nothing but the Blood Of Jesus will matttttter. Our Heavenly Father has provide Jesus /The Shelter In Time Of Storm! WOW, WOW, WOW.
  • Kurt on Job 12
    Oh Lord Jesus, and God thank you for Job and His Godly wisdom amidst worldly perceptions, incorrect they are. Thank you for showing us, we too can overcome in you, anything the world throws at us. And to come out,under your wings of care, love, and mercy, better for wisdom. Dear Lord, those of us who search for your wisdom, give us strength like Job to endure, and with love. Amen, your son Kurt
  • Servant of God on John 10
    The door, the Shepard and the Porter, and we sheep who graze whilst the wolf looks on with hunger pangs, are mindlessly involved ingrazing. The Shepherd is watchfull with uncanny intuition and looks to the door of the Porter, which door only he, and those whom he chooses can open. On the other side is a garden, free of predators, evil thoughts, and longings for all are content, fruitful,present
  • Jacob on Psalms 82
    I have the conviction that this scripture points us to the fact that we were originally made in the image of God and empowered to live as such. Though the efficacy was lost to sin at a point but grace recovered it in Christ Jesus through His finished work at Calvary. Therefore as born again folks, we should live and reason/act as God in all things for we are just in the world but not of the world
  • Baba on Psalms 121
    This has been my most read verses in the bible and God has been so faithful to me and my family. He is the only one to look up to. I love you lord.
  • Daisy Minniefield on Psalms 23
    The Valley are not a dead end Street and the disappointments, frustration, the discouragement of life shouldn't be classified as a diaster Hallelujah David call them shadow. God is there all the time Amen. Glory to God
  • Rufaro tinsley on Genesis 16
    I am in love with the chapter especially gen 16 vs 13.I love the part that God is a God who sees us in every circumstance of our lives
  • Eric on Mark 11
    Jesus knew that the chief priests WOULD not tell him, not that they COULD not. When Jesus asks you to do something do you say you CANNOT? The true answer is that you WILL NOT. Selah
  • Jay de Leon M on John 15
    John 15 reinforces our connection with Christ as we are compared to branches of the tree which symbolizes Him, our Lord. It is, indeed, an undeniable truth that without Him, we amount to nothing. This life is meaningless without faith, without love.
  • Maria Pottas on Matthew 1
    I only reliazed this morning that Jesus in fact had no bloodline on this earth. Joseph was 'the son of David' (vers 20). Joseph was blessed to be able to raise God's son as his own, on this earth. That was only possible, because of his obedience. When the angle spoke to him, he set aside his own thoughts and plans. I believe that Mary was only a holy vessel for God's son. What a privelege!
  • A disciple on Genesis 21
    I have read over again and have had another thought to this. The Promise to Abraham and to his seed was that through Christ they would inherit the world; "..and in thee shall all Nations of the earth be blessed." As Hagar was the property of Sarah, so then was the son that Hagar bore to Abraham. It pronounced that in Isaac would the seed be called; and so Abraham sent away all his other sons.


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