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  • Lisa Hines on Psalms 38
    Thanks be to the most High even though life throws you challenges we can always look to Christ our savior for a path to righteousness and love for a better future and a new life. Hallelujah Amen
  • Lorease on Revelation 1
    Bill, to answer your question. Who is the angel of Jesus Christ? In Revelation 1:1, the angel of the church speaks of the Pastor.
  • Rupthurn on Revelation 1
    These high priests in A-C corporations are unbelievable so called "churches" who actually teach you that the Earth evolves around the Sun . The priest is not higher than God. If that's not related to your topic, you may ignore this.
  • Quinnie on Luke 22
    The whole chapter blessed me in a time where I'm just wondering why am I still going through the same thing. But, God who spoke allowing me to see and know I suffer for you.I ask the father to let this cup pass from me but I said (Nevertheless)not my will but let YOUR WILL be done. So the word that stands out to me is we must have a NEVERTHELESS in our spirit.

    Keep the faith..
  • Ray jay on Luke 14
    Perhaps Christ is simply referencing sin and hypocrisy in all of us. The 12 apostles see and hate the sin in all of us, including themselves and they know Christ is the TRUTH, LIGHT and LIFE and are willing to follow him even if it means persecution. They are sick and tired of sin even in family. The regular crowd following Christ perhaps doesn’t understand all that; so he’s blunt to them
  • Obbie Beal on Revelation 18
    9-19 'the great city' or 'babylon the great' received her plagues that day, and the moring after there is death, and mourning, and famine as she she is be utterly burned with fire: for strong is the Lord God who judgeth her. All Kings of the earth, merchants, captians of ships, cry, cry, cry, over her/ their partner in sin/ crime because their relationship is forever-over /finished with her. WOW!
  • A disciple on Matthew 24
    "For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, and knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be." While the narrative in Gen.6 describes how God saw the world full of apostasy corruption and violence; the people couldn't care less!
  • Vera on Psalms 91
    The Lord s my keeper..a thousand shall fall at the harm cometh evil as to go..delivered.from wicked..The Lord s my prptecror..amen
  • A disciple on Genesis 25
    "And Esau said, Behold, I am at the point to die: and what profit shall this birthright do to me?..and he sold his birthright unto Jacob..thus Esau despised his birthright." The Scriptures declare clearly what kind of man Esau was; yet most find fault with Jacob for his scheming, but hardly say a peep about Esau the heathen hater of the LORD. God knew what kind both men were, and chose Jacob.
  • Sammie on Psalms 1
    i give this five stars
  • Patricia Bryant on Psalms 91
    I read psalm 91 Every morning
    I’m depending on God’s protection
    By day and night .Amen
  • Kenny j on Proverbs 15
    Steve: have you not heard of tormented Spirits/men??? why do you call a man "wicked" as though he is "wicked intentionally"???? or did I misunderstand your comment?? kenny james
  • A disciple on Matthew 19
    Thank you Tim for your nice reply. I enjoy it very much to spend this time searching and discussing THE MOST IMPORTANT AND PROFITABLE things of the Lord. I come here in the morning after my Bible reading, and when I relax in the evening after work. I look forward to talking again soon.
  • Sylvia on 1 John 3
    Romans 10:9,- That if you confess with your mouth the Lord Jesus and believe in your heart that God has raised Him from the dead, you will be saved. (Titus 3:5) Not by works of rightousness which we have done, but according to His mercy He saved us through the washing of regeneration and renewing of the Holy Spirit.
  • A disciple on Hebrews 12
    "Follow peace with all men, and holiness, without which no man shall see the Lord:" Hebrews 12:14 The Lord Jesus laid out for us EXACTLY how to do this in the Sermon On The Mount, as well in ALL OF HIS TEACHINGS AND PARABLES. This is what the teaching of the Law and the Prophets is. This is the Life of Christ and Christians exposed and expounded in the Psalms, Proverbs and Sacred Writings. NOT just hearing and agreeing, but real life doing, and taking a prescribed course in life after the Spirit of Christ, shall we truly be those of whom this word is fulfilled.
  • A disciple on Matthew 13
    As the earth brings forth fruit of herself, so is man to his reflection. We must not only prepare our hearts for the planting of the good seed, but must labor to maintain it until the harvest; for the enemy will always come behind us to sow his evil seeds and cause his weeds to come up everywhere; and neglect will ruin the ground. He that is of God will hear God's words and receive and do them.
  • Bill on Revelation 1
    Who is the angel of Jesus Christ? ( Refering to Revelation verse 1).
  • Tim on Matthew 19
    Disciple, good point when you wrote, "NOT IN ANY WAY to grant approval, but simply for Public Record.".
    I'm going over to John 5 in a day or so and comment on the healing poll, I'd like to here your comments. I enjoyed our interaction.

  • A disciple on Matthew 22
    "But they made light of it, and went their ways..." (cont.) AGAIN, this is what the LORD saw happening when He came down to see the city and tower that men were building; Genesis 11:1-9: the heathen revolt and conspiracy that is deeply ingrained in the natural man's psyche ever since; which thrusts away God and faith in His Anointed from them with indifference and contempt and violent hostility.
  • Bruce on Genesis 4
    Bertski: Verse 3: eventually Cain brought an offering. 4: Able brought The Best, The First for an Offering. 7: The LORD told Cain if he done better he would be excepted.
  • Christ Magnified Glorifying Jesus on Exodus 23
    End of day 23 in Bible in a Year Reading. I used to think that God placed a lot of rules/laws on the Hebrew people. Now I look at the laws and codes in just the area I live and realize that humans create far more laws that have little noble or educational purpose. Laws upon laws. God's law clearly defines sin as sin. No preference given. Equal treatment with love as the final objective.
  • Emelia on Psalms 46
    God is all I need, God is all I want a and He deserve all glory honor and praise for all He have done for me . I read this psalm daily because it reminds me that God is always there for me.
  • Enoch on Genesis 4
    Bertski...there is enough info to deduce why THE LORD honored abel's offering and not cain's...abel offered first fruits but cain did not...early lesson of proper sacrifice and foreshadowing GOD sacrificing his first born for us
  • A disciple
    (continuing on the subject of divorce) It is especially clear in the Greek Textus Receptus translation, which says, "Moses with a view to the hardness of your hearts wrote you this precept; but from the beginning it was not thus;" which demonstrates God's willingness to NOT to condemn us for a deeply damaged moral condition; but at the same time cannot negate His Laws because of our evil nature.
  • A disciple on Matthew 19
    The question that the Pharisees asked; whether it was lawful in every case to divorce; was a treacherous design to catch the Lord in something said, so they might accuse Him. People want to divorce just because they "can't get along;" and the allowance given by Moses was only with the stipulation that the matter be documented legally; NOT IN ANY WAY to grant approval, but simply for Public Record.
  • Tim Kirkpatrick on Numbers 1
    God is awesom, and Thank you
  • Antonio Thompson on Psalms 91
    Psalms 91 powerful powerful powerful round untouchable Psalm 91
  • A disciple
    There's so much muddying of the waters by men trampling all over the simplicity in Christ! They say that no one can keep the Commandments; but God said, Thou shalt keep all that I have spoken unto you to do them, that it may be well with you. They say we can't call ourselves good and just; but it is by our goodness in Christ that the Spirit convicts men unto salvation! Let us be wise to do good!
  • A disciple on Luke 14
    If we only go by what is the language of the Scriptures of truth, and forget for a few minutes all the things many teachers and pastors have SAID was the meaning; then we see that its not unlawful to actually be just, and therefore to claim that one is just. God gave us a whole Bible so that we would be just and true, toward Himself and toward each other. How else can we learn to discern judgment?
  • A disciple on Genesis 4
    Bertski; Cain and Abel were THE first sons of the actual first parents, Adam and Eve; and we have to expect, that inasmuch as succeeding generations still had some knowledge about what transacted between God and the man and his wife, and the devil being condemned by the coming of Christ; then it follows that the first sons would also have had the knowledge most perfectly. Cain rejected the Truth!

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