Bible Discussion PAGE 342

  • Levi on Romans 14
    Chapter 14 start of with, Him that is weak in the faith receive ye, but not to doubtful disputations. this chapter does not say anything about a Sabbath day, or worship day, because the Sabbath was not in doubt, they was jews. Jews and and gentiles kept the Sabbath. This chapter is talking about fasting.
  • Aiyalama Elishana on Proverbs 7
    Always keep GOD is commands
  • JoJo on Luke 14
    Thank you for reply Luke 34 and 35. Growing up in church with Gods love and protection, I did sing This Little Light Of Mine. I pray Jesus will continue to be our light for all eternity. God Bless.
  • Haven jackson on John 1:1
    God is great
  • Queen bb on Jonah 1
    you should always follow god so you can help others and it might even be a angel you are helping
  • Adam - in Reply on Exodus 14
    Hi Al, have you actually researched this? Because Ron Wyatt discovered a wheel with a few spokes in the late 70s and has tons of documented photos and videos of it, and did scientific analysis of it. One of the videos on YouTube is called "Revealing God's Treasure - Red Sea Crossing". Are you aware of this?
  • El. Murk on Psalms 121
    Kevin Mack, take comfort in Psalms 139. Do not fear, the church is in you the fellowship is in the brick and mortar.
  • comments by Alex about 1 st cor. 15 v 22 kjv. In Adam we all died but in Christ that 2 nd adam we will All live,IF i be lifted up i will draw ALL men unto me, GOD SO LOVED THE WORLD THAT HE SENT A 2 ND ADAM, HIS ONLY SON . It wd make his father a hypocrite if he applied the curse of Adam to aLL men NO EXCEPTIONS EVEN THE ISLANDS OF THE SEAS ETC. But not apply the BLOOD of Christ that 2 nd Adam to all men. In adam we all died but in Christ we will all live. In the END AT THE LAKE OF FIRE WASHING. WHOM THE LORD LOVETH HE CHASENTH WHICH IS WHEN HE WILL POUR OUT HIS SPIRIT/fire ON ALL FLESH. REMEMBER I will know them ALL from the least to the greatest THIS KNOWLEDGE IS A SEED SOWING KNOWLEDGE,YA REMEMBER JESUS SAID THE FIELD WAS THE WORLD where that good seed will be sown,God so loved the world thus God is no respector of persons. He maketh his rain/SPIRIT to fall on the good and the bad,sends his son/sun on the good and the bad. When he fed the multitutudes he didn't cull not 1 he fed em all the good the bad everybody. And gathered up 12 baskets for whom nothin was prepared. GOD IS NO RESPECTOR OF PERSONS, The lords arm is not short that he cannot reach everybody in the end. remember he rebuked James and John when they wanted to call a literal fire down fron heaven and destroy the samaitians. ok later
  • Shirley Faulkenberry - in Reply on Revelation 1
    Awesome ,bob ,im so thankful peep are out there ,giving truth , just want to say spot on ,thank you holy father for giving us discernment!! on yeshua true day of crucifix!!
  • Jesse - in Reply on 1 Timothy 1
    He points out two people that are in the church at Ephesus who were giving Timothy a bad time.



    Later in 2 Timothy, we'll find out that they didn't believe in the resurrection of Christ. And they brought other heretical teachings into the church.



    And Paul will say later the names of people that were sinning in the church, that it might be an example to them.



    Yes, you have to love. But you have to be concerned about the rest of the body of Christ and warn them that it's not according to scripture.



    He says these two, Hymenaeus and Alexander; whom I have delivered unto Satan,



    He also did that back in 1 Corinthians Chapter 5 Verse 5 for the man who wouldn't repent in the church in Corinth. He says deliver him over to Satan for the destruction of the flesh so that his soul might be saved in the day of the Lord.



    He says whom I have delivered to Satan, in order that they may learn not to blaspheme.
  • Peter - in Reply on Genesis 1
    Chris; Thank you for your comments and for sure, it would be interesting and I would get a lot of good info but unfortunately; it would be to difficult to do considering my age and health; but nevertheless; I enjoy this christian site and the comments and I do like giving my comments on what I am familiar with; namely Genesis chapters 1, 2 and 3; the ten commandments; and the usually things that most people are familiar with as we learned it in childhood, and I also love listening to Hymns especially with the history; some very interesting stories; Fanny Crosbie for example. She was fantastic. All is well with my soul; another fantastic storya treasure of hymns and stories.

    In regard to words, verses; searching on site and on the internet; and interpretations of these things; these things are no doubt important and the words we pick are extremely important as if we do not pick the most appropriate words; then we do not get the most appropriate answers; and very few people get the same answers if they do not put the time in on it; and in fact study the whole Bible; and even then; there are questions for example on what should we eat as when we were created; we were suppose to eat plant based foods, etc.: and of course; I see comments on these things and often look at any references; and lately I used the search feature to check things that I am interested in; and I was surprised to find one thing that changed my view of one of the things that I had doubt on and never meant to comment on but forgot and did. So that made me realize that I should be checking for myself instead of waiting until I see some one else's comments to straighten me out. It made me feel lazy. ; the one thing that I don't want to be and can't afford to be.

    Once again, Thank you for your comments and help in understanding the Bible
  • Al - in Reply on Exodus 14
    Ivy Johnson. The World News Daily Report report of Oct 14, 2014 is fake news web sight. Research this and you'll find that nothing concerning chariots or bones have been in the Red Seas.
  • CARLOS RAMIREZ TREVINO - in Reply on John 5:43
    Thank you, Chris. That is good to know. My apologies. I just had a difficult time understanding what you wrote. But after reading the other posts that followed, it became clearer. You bring up Good points everyone should really look into, not just argue against. Thanks for the insight.
  • KJV Soldier - in Reply on Judges 2
    Mark 16:15 KJV says "... Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.". That is an order from God and even though it's hard to talk to people right now, we have electronics, we can still spread the gospel. We don't know what will happen or when so we need to tell people about God's word and what he did for all (John 3:16) it woul be our fault if we knew someone was not saved and we didn't do anything about it and they go to hell to spend eternity.
  • Luu on Isaiah 30:1
    When the Bible speaks of women covering the head, is it talking biblically to cover with the spirit of the Lord ? Or an actual head covering before we pray?
  • Thoompunkal markose on Numbers 22:20
    in ch22 of book numbers verse 22 GOD permitted BILEYAM to go with people sent by BALAK. then why GOD got angry with BILEYAM pl explain.
  • Andrew Kingsly Raj on Joel 2
    Time

    In this chapter we see Joel again warning of the approaching judgment of sinners emphasizing how time was running out. In making application we see that the Lord extends grace for repentance for a specific period of time. Just as we do not know the specific time of the second coming of the Lord we do not know if we will have more than one opportunity to respond to the Lord when convicted of our sin. All we know is that today is the day of repentance. How about you? Do you see that the we are not promised tomorrow. Let us learn from our text today and the warning from Joel to see that there is a time when we will no longer have the opportunity to repent reminding us that today is day of repentance.
  • Just a comment by Alex that the spirit of life in Christ Jesus has made us free from the law of sin and death. I always think of that script. when i hear you ppl saying God wants to kill us physically, with a literal fire.. When jesus rebuked James and John when that wanted to call a literal fire down from heaven and destroy the Samaritans. Jesus said he came NOT to destroy mens lives but to save mens lives. Ya gotta realize his fire is spirit as God is spirit but God is also a consuming fire . thus that H.G. FIRE is spirit. By my spirit saith the lord. Its simply our old demonic adamic spirit that he wants to consume. The law of the spirit of life in christ jesus has made us free from the law of sin and death. Remember he told James and John you know what manner of spirit you are of, TH WORLD TODAY does not know what manner of spirit they are of ,we are packing satan on our backs and in our hearts thats y all of our works are filthy rags. i.e its like putting lipstick on a pig and expecting God to have a relationship with that pig. But when the sower of that good seed goes forth to sow his seed in our hearts. Its gona result in a new heart and a new SPIRIT. A new innerman which is the H.G. A BABY CHRIST, Unless ya receive the kingdom of God as a LIL CHILD you will in no wise enter there in. Being bornagain of an incorruptible seed even by the words of God, th contents of the book in the right hand of the father th new covenant is gonna initiate a birth of Christ in all of us, And thats how Christ will be multiplied as the stars of heaven via his seed remember that Promise. Thats y jesus refers to the H.G AS the Promise he is the multiplication of Christ. Thou shall suck dry the breasts of the Gentiles even the Gentiles are gonna give birth, th Child is the H.G. A CHILD NOT OF THIS WORLD. AS WE HAVE BORNE THE IMAGE OF THE EARTHLY WE MUST BEAR ( new birth ) THE IMAGE OF THE HEAVENLY. Unto us a child is born. Th 2 nd coming.
  • No - in Reply on Revelation 22
    Ruben,

    Humble yourself under the mighty hand of GOD.

    Resist the devil and he will flee from you.

    Get on your face before Him! Persevere in this way, and YOU WILL HAVE VICTORY OVER THIS. I pray for you! Much LOVE in JESUS!
  • Linda Miller - in Reply on John 15
    Regarding baptism. Matthews 28:19 & 20, Jesus said: ...teach ALL nations, baptizing them ...Also, Mark 16:15 & 16 say: preach the gospel...he that believe and is baptized shall be saved. Baptism come before you are saved. Baptism is essential to salvation. Acts 2:37 & 38. 1 Peter 3:21 ... Baptism saves us. 2 Timothy 3:16 & 17 tells us that "ALL scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness ... Be blessed!
  • Chris - in Reply on Luke 16:1
    Irene, I'm sad to read of your son's situation & unhappiness. Many of the world in this situation would do what they think is right for them & go on to remarry & hopefully be happy again. But since you're seeking Scriptural guidance on this, I see that the Lord & the apostle Paul were very clear on this issue as pertaining to God's view on marriage.

    Jesus spoke about this in Matthew 19:3-9. Jesus first gives the meaning of marriage: that it is a binding act since these individual people have come together in marriage & have become 'one flesh'. This means that God doesn't recognize divorce as those two have become one flesh by their act of commitment & consummation. Then Paul spoke in 1 Cor 7:10-11, that if one departs (divorces) from the other, then they should remain in the state of singleness (this applied to both husband & wife, even though the instruction was given for the woman). For if they should remarry, then they break the covenant made towards the holy gift of marriage. For this reason, apart from turning to Christ for salvation, the decision for marriage remains so important a step to embark on.

    If your son is a believer, then God understands his situation & will give Him sufficient Grace to keep on the path of obedience to remain single for His sake.
  • Chris - in Reply on 1 Timothy 1
    We see in 1 Tim 1:20, Paul chiding Hymenaeus & Alexander for having (in some manner of blaspheming) made shipwreck of their faith. We're not told exactly what they did, but was certainly grievously wrong, causing Paul to put them out of the Church (deliver them to the world of Satan). Paul, as an apostle, could well take such action as He preached the Truths of God's Word & from Christ. Sadly, our Churches still entertain those that have swerved greatly from the Truth & so keep their congregation in the dark, believing lies.
  • Janice Hinty - in Reply on Genesis 6
    "Genesis 6:2 tells us who fathered the daughters...."The sons of God (angels) saw that the daughters of men were fair, and they took wives of all they desired and chose". Jude 1:6 tells us what God did to these angels, "And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day"."

    No, every person is the the "Sons of God", only those who repent of their sins and ask Christ to come into their lives and follows His commandments are "Sons and Daughters of God". The angels are also referred to as Sons of God.
  • Chris - in Reply on John 5:43
    My answer? A bacteria that causes respiratory sickness that was very likely developed in a laboratory in China, was mishandled & spread globally.
  • Janice Hinty - in Reply on Genesis 6:1
    "Genesis 6:2 tells us who fathered the daughters...."The sons of God (angels) saw that the daughters of men were fair, and they took wives of all they desired and chose". Jude 1:6 tells us what God did to these angels, "And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day"."
  • Chris - in Reply on Judges 2
    Adams, Judges 2:18 speaks of people appointed by God to rule over His people & to guide them in His Ways. They were a pre-cursor to the appointment of the kings, of whom Saul was the first. This Scripture doesn't tell us about those called to be evangelists. We are all tasked with the ministry of the Gospel to the unsaved, whether one to one, or en masse. So much so as we see the Day of the Lord coming.
  • Janice Hinty - in Reply on Genesis 6:1
    Genesis 6:2 tells us who fathered the daughters...."The sons of God (angels) saw that the daughters of men were fair, and they took wives of all they desired and chose". Jude 1:6 tells us what God did to these angels, "And the angels which kept not their first estate, but left their own habitation, he hath reserved in everlasting chains under darkness unto the judgment of the great day".
  • Chris - in Reply on Leviticus 23:27
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    e. Feast of Trumpets (Leviticus 23:24). "ye shall have a Sabbath (rest), a memorial of blowing of Trumpets, an holy convocation". A picture of rest that we have in Christ & the sound of the Rapture Trumpet & our presence with our Saviour. Yet to be fulfilled, but a certain looking forward to event.

    f. Day of Atonement (Leviticus 16; 23:26-32). A day to make restitution for the wrongs committed. A day of humility & repentance. Animals were sacrificed yearly but could never deal with the permanency of the sin issue. But it looked forward to when Jesus would come to atone for sins permanently (Hebrews 9:12-14). The offering of bulls & goats was for payment for their sin, but in Leviticus 16:10, there was the Scapegoat that bore the sins & took it away (into the wilderness). Our debt has been paid & removed.

    g. Feast of Tabernacles (Leviticus 23:34). Feast followed the Day of Atonement. It recalls God's provision to Israel during their 40 years of wandering & they remembered that time by dwelling in temporary structures for seven days. As He dwelt with His people in the Tabernacle, He also, through the Spirit, dwells in us (Matthew 1:23: God with us).

    So, I've given this brief rundown of the Jewish Feasts simply to show that all the Feasts of the OT are fulfilled in Jesus Christ, at the Cross & at His Coming again. To perform them now as a Christian has absolutely no meaning & may even demonstrate disdain to His Finished Work.
  • Chris - in Reply on Leviticus 23:27
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    William, if you would allow me to guide you further with this.

    Actually, the whole Law (10 Commandments including Precepts, Ways, Statutes, Commandments, Ordinances, Word, Path, as well as the Ceremonial Laws, Sacrificial Laws & Feast Days) were fulfilled completely in Christ & His Cross.

    But to your research with the Feast Days, I would say:

    a. Passover (Leviticus 23:5). Fulfilled completely in Christ (John 1:29). To remember this Feast practically would mean that one would still be looking forward to a time when a Passover Lamb would be truly acceptable to God.

    b. Unleavened Bread (Leviticus 23:6). Fulfilled in Christ (John 6:35). This Feast was in remembrance of the Israelites fleeing Egyptian captivity & unable to carry leaven to add to their bread. So this freedom from hardships is remembered in that Unleavened Bread. Leaven is represented as sin & decay; once incorporated it becomes inseparable in bread; same is true of sin in our lives & only through Christ's death can that leaven be dealt with. So a believer can't identify with the Jewish remembrance as it's no longer applicable as Christ dealt fully with our sin.

    c. Firstfruits (Leviticus 23:10). Fulfilled in Christ (1 Corinthians 15:20). The Feast was to honour & thank God for His provision to them. It was celebrated the third day (16th of Nisan) after the Passover Feast (14th of Nisan). The third day is significant as Jesus arose from the grave on the third day. Paul also refers to Christ "as the firstfruits of them that slept". So remembrance of this Feast is fulfilled in Christ.

    d. Feast of Weeks (Pentecost) (Leviticus 23:16). Fulfilled after the ascension of Christ (Acts 1:3-5). Israel brought the first harvest of grain to the LORD & occurred 50 days (= Pentecost) after the Feast of Firstfruits. We are now to obey, vide Matthew 9:37: "The harvest truly is plenteous, but the labourers are few;" as those who bring in the harvest of souls to the Lord.

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  • Lowell Blackwood on Acts 2:38
    does Jesus talk on effects of alcohol?


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