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  • Irene 123 on Hebrews 10
    No one commented on v. 25 ................... ?
  • Vera Ship on Acts 2
    This verse is saying for us to be remorseful for the things we have done in life. Repent and confess are two different meanings. To repent is as I said in the beginning and confess is to acknowledge your sin but not saying you will do it again. When you receive the Holy Spirit it helps you and guide you through those things you repented of so you will have the strength no to do it again.
  • Julai Wilson on Acts 2
    I became a Christian with this verse!!! Acts 2:38 indeed has soul saving power! Saved my soul since 2007
  • Servant of God on John 8
    He is a liar and the father of it! He lies because there is no truth in him, because he is of the world, because his father is the devil, and there is no repentance in him. So they accuse Jesus, whom the Father has sent of having a devil. OMG, what hypocrisy. Are we not paying attention to current events? What is happening is a descent into these conditions that existed then! Are we not aware?
  • Abednego on Proverbs 28
    "A faithful man shall abound with blessings: but he that maketh haste to be rich shall not be innocent." v20. I love this verse because it motivates God's children to be faithful. Secondly, it's an advice to especially young people not to be hasty to be rich. Anyone who makes money hastily would have to cut corners.
  • A disciple on Leviticus 24
    yara; The Commandment is, Thou shalt not commit murder: the punishment for crimes that demand the death penalty is not murder. Putting to death a person who commits murder is not murder; but righteous judgment. It is written in the Law of the Lord, that when someone raises a false witness against an innocent man to do him evil that the thing he thought to do shall be done to himself, without pity.
  • Yara on Leviticus 24
    thou shalt not kill got thrown right out the window.
  • A disciple on Matthew 18
    David; What the Law exposes in man is that ruin and deformity caused by the evil alienated nature we received from our parents, as well as our own sins. The Law teaches us what kind of men we are intended to be in God's view WHO CREATED US AND REDEEMED US. The revelation of grace and truth through Jesus Christ fulfills the demands of the character pleasing to God, out of which establishes the Law.
  • Christ Magnified Glorifying Jesus on Joshua 23
    Day 65 of Bible in a Year Reading. It is so interesting that as I read about the nation of Israel it is as if it is personified. Nothing new under the sun. Humankind is very fickle and paranoid when there is no faith.
  • Ruth on Romans 9
    never mind I found the answer !
  • Ruth on Romans 9
    verse 25 As he saith also in Osee What is that ?
  • Servant of God on John 7
    You shall seek and not find me, there you cannot be, for what we are content with are idols and not the demand that the laws of God impart to us. It means that we must repent and transform ourselves into what pleases God. Jesus was a teacher of the Torah! All 4 gospels show Jesus in the temple daily preaching from the Word. In the bible is where we find the Word of God, and Jesus taught thense
  • Daughter of a king on Proverbs 1
    @Sinner82 He took no pleasure in destroying the whole world with water save 8 people, he created us to be his children. It is ultimately our choice to serve him or not, however, we must be willing to face the consequences of our actions. Just as our laws have consequences for unlawfulness so does our God. Throughout the Bible, the word "if" can be found at least 1500 times. It is our choice!
  • A disciple on Genesis 21
    Jean; about Sarah giving her maid to her husband; it was evidently understood that if a bondwoman bore children of her master, then the children would be her master's, and not hers. So by those standards Hagar's son was by tradition and law of the land Sarah's son; because she owned the maid servant, and whatever she had was the property of her mistress and master. I'm glad we don't do that today!
  • David Nichols on Matthew 18
    Concerning Matthew 18:35: "So your Heavenly Father will do to you if each of you, if each of you, from his heart, does not forgive his brother his trespasses".
    Question: This seems to be explicitly clear that the sin of unforgiveness is a sin God will not forgive a believer for committing. How does this verse/concept reconcile to such verses as Romans 5: 2, 20
  • Cynthia Dawson on Psalms 23
    God I thank you for hiding me under your wings, protecting me and my family from all harm and danger. God I love you, I adore you. You are my Jehovah jireh my provider, my Jehovah raffa my healer. God I love you
  • Kristi on Psalms 23
    Verse 4 became a lifeline to me in the grief of losing my husband. Never before did I understand grief as "walking through the valley of the shadow of death". I was truly in a valley that was shadowed by the death of my beloved. Jesus walked with me. He protected me from the darkness of despair. He led me right back to Jeremiah 29:11
  • Bruce on Genesis 4
    Grace: Adam called his wife's name,Eve because she was the mother of all living. Genesis 3:20.
  • A disciple on Luke 17
    "And Jesus answering said, Were there not ten cleansed? but where are the nine? There are not found that returned to give glory to God, save this stranger." The Lord knows when the crowds are thronging and pressing at Him, and when one touches Him in faith that virtue goes out from Him. Jesus also is aware of how many take His healing and salvation and go their way NOT returning to give God glory.
  • A disciple on Luke 17
    "Doth he thank that servant because he did the things that were commanded him? I expect not. So likewise ye, when ye shall have done all those things which are commanded you, say, We are unprofitable servants: we have done that which was our duty to do." When we have been explicitly told what we are to believe and do, and how to think of ourselves, how then is obedience something special or extra?
  • A disciple on Luke 17
    "Then said he unto the disciples, It is impossible but that offences will come: but woe unto him, through whom they come!" Keeping with the context and continuance of the previous chapters, it was the covetous and hostile disobedient rich who derided the Lord and let Lazarus perish with poverty and hunger right at their own front gate. This kind treat Christians the same way, without any concern.
  • Christ Magnified Glorifying Jesus on Joshua 20
    Day 64 of "Bible in a Year Reading. I have had to read a number of chapters to get caught up. The history of Israel is so important to understand the relationship God offers to all.
  • A disciple on Psalms 5
    Dear Mild Bill; You write right from my heart! And I love especially what is taught in this Psalm about coming before the LORD in the morning to "set in order" and "give account" before Him, BECAUSE He is not a God who will abide wickedness, nor allow anything unclean into His Presence. So we examine ourselves through His Word, and be all honest about our character, our behavior, and our thoughts.
  • A disciple on Genesis 4
    Grace; Adam and Eve had many, many more children than just Cain, and Abel, and Seth: It would naturally have been one of Cain's sisters that he took for a wife. There were no other people created besides Adam and Eve, and their children; and it wouldn't have been considered wrong to take a sister or a half sister or first cousin, like it might be today and in our culture.
  • Narrima on Deuteronomy 8
    God is so wonderful! It is He, who gives and takes away. His correction is for our own benefit. First to prove us, then to bless us. The word power here means strength. Because of Him, we walk, run, work etc. Our very existence is because of Him.
  • 李芳芳 on Revelation 1
    我最喜欢Book of Revelations!我喜欢看Bible书!我爱God! <3
  • Conner Dawson on 2 Timothy 1
    I really like that verse and even if we are persecuted for what we believe we should stand strong and think about this verse. I think every Christian should memorize this verse.
  • Emily Griswold on Exodus 1
    Exodus is such a striking chapter. It so embodies the tests which God grace us with during our lives to test our faith and strength of character. It serves as an allegory for how we will all have times of relative slavery in our lives, but God stands with us and we must trust in His plan. Love to you all.
  • Servant of God on John 6
    I am the bread of life. My flesh is bread indeed. If you will eat my flesh and drink my blood, you will have life. Flesh is inert meat. It profits nothing. The Spirit is from God, in you,in me,in Jesus. He was a son because his life was nothing but what God had spoken thru him. I am sent was what he declares multiple times. Believe in he who sent me to give life unto the world. Believe God
  • Stanley K Row on Philippians 4
    God will give the desires of your heart.that is scripture. He will give you blessing and grace , we dont deserve it. But we have a loving God that want you to have a joy in life and a aboundt life.


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