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  • A disciple on Habakkuk 2
    "Behold, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith." We should not think about ourselves above what is written in the Scriptures, as if we are any way better than others. With all restraint being taken away, so that the ungodly can do all that they have imagined; only a firm foundation of faith can enable us to endure the world's moral disintegration.
  • Sorbarilee N. on 1 Samuel 1
    Comment*My lesson from this passage is to dedicate what we've receive from God to his service as a proof of our appreciation of the gift.
  • Leigh on Genesis 25
    It wasn't about which son was stronger.
    Two nations were in her womb and one people would be stronger than the other.
  • Marilyn Thompson on Psalms 15
    Who ? I am working everyday to be one the Who. I try to walk up right, work righteously and speak the Truth at all times.
    If I treat my neighbors and my family like I want to be treated then I will be one of the WHO!
  • Carlos Angel Rey on 2 Samuel 8
    Thought of David as young? He's probably old by now!
  • A disciple on Genesis 25
    No Jason, you are wrong! The Scriptures say that God loved Jacob and hated Esau. Why? Because Esau hated the things of the LORD and despised his sacred heritage; choosing instead to be heathen like the Canaanites his neighbors, and Ishmael the wild man who despised his father Isaac. Esau thought more of his pride and his natural appetites than the holy promise of Christ, and God's covenant!
  • A disciple on Galatians 3
    "Christ hath redeemed us from the curse of the law, being made a curse for us: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangs on a tree:" Galatians 3:13 Redeem: to buy back to get back recover, as by paying a fee to set free by paying a ransom to deliver from sin and its penalties, as by a sacrifice made for the sinner to fulfill a promise or pledge to make amends or atone for to restore to favor by making amends to make worthwhile justify. . . "From the curse of the Law." What makes accursed of the Law? Christ has undone it and made for our complete reconciliation and perfect standing with God so that nothing of that should any more be in us, or have dominion over us.
  • A disciple on James 2
    God wants us to love one another; not merely in word, but in deed and in truth. In Matthew 25, for example, it says plainly that we shall all be judged at the last day by how we treated one another. Jesus came not to abolish the law or the Prophets, but to completely make full! Us being saved by His grace is the sign to the world of Jesus having finished what the Father sent Him to do.
  • A disciple on 2 Kings 21
    Emmanuel Appew; How does one be judged by God, so that He hardens the heart; and another that He draws him with cords of love? How do some recognize and fear the high and holy calling of the Spirit of God, while others...many, will not receive Him or know Him at all? We might expect that the more someone actually sees the works of God and has access to His Word, there would be a good result. But..
  • A disciple on Titus 2
    Steve Morrow; YES! AMEN! "Love wasn't put in your heart to stay: love isn't love until you give it away." So too GRACE: like wisdom, it must be in action and a living principle how we direct our behavior, our words, and our thoughts. Grace isn't grace merely in word or wishful thinking, or some undefinable abstract concept, like the heathen purport against Christians. It is a real work of power!
  • A disciple on Genesis 4
    Jeff; You asked, "...why isn't Cain's genealogy in with Adams?" Because we are created to be the children of God; and Cain despised and rejected to be a son of God, and instead filled his heart with the devil; condemned of himself to wandering in the earth as a hater of the LORD, rejecting the Word of Christ our Saviour; and unrepentant for murdering his brother, waiting for his everlasting doom.
  • A disciple on 1 Corinthians 13
    Dear Brother Kurt; You bring up a very interesting topic, that I think is somewhat misunderstood, or misrepresented. As you said, we know as Christians, that the way up is down: he that humbles himself shall be exalted. But there were places where the Lord spoke of these things not condemning the desire for recognition and praise when it is fitting; but for the self love seeking vain glory.
  • A disciple on Habakkuk 2
    "Behold, his soul which is lifted up is not upright in him: but the just shall live by his faith." Speaking to the kind of days we are appointed to pass through, to bring about the end of sin and the completion of the age; that which God shows us as the proof of those who are of Him, and those who are not; we should not be deceived into forgetting what is our true condition in God's sight.
  • Jason on Genesis 25
    Incorrect. You say Esau gave up his birthright because he despised it.I dont think that's true at all.Isaac like Esau but loved them both. Rebekah was plotting with Jacob to be deceiving. It's in other scriptures.That's why when Esau said he was hungry Jacob instantly jumped right to him wanting his birthright.The most high NEVER SAID the younger was stronger.Esau was clearly the stronger one.
  • Charmaine on Psalms 121
    My God is able!!! He never slumber nor sleep. Yawyeh is your name Lord.
  • Michael on 1 Corinthians 11
    Yes I believe the apostle meant what he said concerning long hair on a man you see Christ did not have long hair all of the paintings that you see of him began hundreds of years after his death and if we knew what he looked like every picture we see of him would all look the same I have seen pictures of the Lord Jesus from many different countries and none look the same
  • Geraldine Cole on Galatians 3
    Praise the Lord Jesus
  • A disciple on Jude 1
    "Woe unto them! for they have gone in the way of Cain, and ran greedily after the error of Balaam for reward, and perished in the gainsaying of Core." These are wicked impostors, wolves in sheep's clothing. "They went OUT from us, because they were not of us." Cain slew his brother because God said his works were evil. Balaam used knowledge of the truth to teach the enemies how to make Israel sin.
  • A disciple on 1 Corinthians 5
    Paul is showing his love for him? Of course, he's evidently outraged by the unclean spirit being able to breach the wall of grace and protection! How about love for holiness and virtue? The point is NOT once saved always saved; but extreme alarm of danger of eternal destruction for letting sin back in! Giving one over to Satan for destruction in order to POSSIBLY save that one, is no guarantee!
  • A disciple on 1 Corinthians 5
    Found Sheep; I don't know how you come up with that from this Scripture? The whole point is that God hates sin, especially in those whom He has saved and given EVERY provision for new life. NO FORNICATOR will enter the kingdom of God! In the days of Noah many millions knew at one time, but forsook the LORD for love of the world and selfish gain and perished! We must endure to the end to be saved!
  • A disciple on Proverbs 13
    "The law of the wise is a fountain of life, to depart from the snares of death." With the well advised is wisdom. Wisdom is the action taken out of a good understanding and integrity to the truth. Wisdom uses knowledge in the right way. The LAW of the wise directs his heart with discretion by the fear of God, constrained by the love of Christ. We are set by God like the stars for signs and times.
  • A disciple on Proverbs 13
    "A wise son hears his father's instruction: but a scorner hears not rebuke." This goes along with the saying, Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath. We ourselves may also have experienced that we said something with good intentions to help with good advice for someone's problem, but got answered by hostile or offended response. We want to hear it as our Father's instruction.
  • A disciple on Luke 21
    The things that must come to pass upon the earth to bring about the end, require for the Elect to be here for witnesses and teachers and signs for instruction from God, to the world of the ungodly; that all men might be saved and come to the knowledge of the truth. The fore-warnings of Jesus and His telling us everything that has to happen, is for us to0 befully equipped to endure true to the end.
  • A disciple on Luke 21
    Ivan; there are so many Scriptures that we are given to guide us through the temptations and troubles of this present evil world. We are not better than our fathers the Saints and Prophets who went before us: the way of the cross appointed to the Master is also our appointment. Remember the Word, "Here is the patience and the faith of the Saints; here are they who keep the commandments of God."
  • A disciple on Genesis 4
    Jeff, I really appreciate your friendliness, and the very worthy discussion of the Scriptures. Look at the next chapter, verse 4 "..and he begat sons and daughters:" How else would people have been born? I think so much confusion is allowed to enter among the Believers when they are drawn away from reality into a misguided notion that things spoken of in the Bible are necessarily mystical/cryptic.
  • Bruce on Genesis 2
    Carol: The Fruit is the sin, from the act of disobedience that Satan has planted into Eve. A seed of Temptation that germinated into full-blown disobedience which caused The Fruit of sin. Our bloodline is Tainted we all need a Savior. Without The Blood of The Lamb we are doomed for all Eternity.
  • Kurt Chappell on 1 Corinthians 13
    Love as God and Jesus teach vs. man’s love of works: Martin Luther describes this difference. Some modern churches and/or members are caught up in pride. It can be destructive for all as we redefine Jesus saying, “ it is finished.” Human pride Jesus had none yet it’s a great sin we follow, doing works for recognition or recompense. Missions teaches me about this most humbling of Christian tenets.
  • Kayode aluko on Matthew 1
  • A disciple on Romans 1
    "For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men, who hold the truth in unrighteousness; because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them." Whether individual men or entire generations; throw away fear of God, truth and integrity; God will give you up to the shame of your own lecherous mind and destruction!
  • A disciple on Luke 21
    Ivan Egipciaco; The Saints are the salt of the earth which keep it from completely corrupting; and in that sense, you are right. But the fundamental error in the idea you mentioned, is that somehow the ungodly WOULD BE GOOD, if only the Christians were still around. And that is not true. But it is for hardening their hearts and no love of the truth, that God gives them up be no more restrained.

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