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  • Lalina on Acts 17
    Acts 17:6 goes with Isaiah 29:15-16. Read and may the holy spirit guide you.
  • Clarence Bagley on Ecclesiastes 1
    could it be that Year's is only a myth if there is nothing new under the sun
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 1
    Blessedness in the life of a believer comes from their constant consideration of God's mind/word.What is in your life shows to others.Only saved sinners/believers find comfort in the fact that God knows them.But for the grace of God,there is none righteous,no not one.God's voice is irresistible to those he gives life.He that hath the Son,hath life.Come unto me,is the invitation spoken by Jesus.
  • Servant of God on 1 Peter 4
    Thx Rev for keeping it real for the careless Christian presumes Salvation instead of Fearing God. As Peter states"scarcely are we saved" but if we whole heartedly love his coming and devote our lives learning what the"whole truth" from the Creator of our souls might be, and spend our fleshly existence in fear of destruction of our living souls, for what has God to do with unrepentant presumption
  • Ren on Genesis 5
    Jimmy if you read farther down in 1 John 5:7 it says For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one.
  • Jeff Berry on Psalms 11
    You cannot endure or continue something that you never started. You cannot hold on to something that you never held. You cannot fall from grace that you never attained. You cannot be cut off or castaway from something that you were never a party to...
  • Jeff Berry on Psalms 11
    Mt 10:22 And ye shall be hated of all men for my name's sake: BUT HE THAT ENDURETH TO THE END SHALL BE SAVED. 24:13 But he that shall endure unto the end, THE SAME SHALL BE SAVED. Heb 3:6 But Christ as a son over his own house; whose house are we, IF WE HOLD FAST THE CONFIDENCE AND THE REJOICING OF THE HOPE FIRM UNTO THE END.
  • Tommie on Malachi 4
    I believe this passage is speaking of the Elijah as the fiery preacher John the Baptist. How many of us Christians would call people vipers? However, we need to remember that John the Baptist had the Holy Spirit in him while he was in the womb! Wow!!
  • James on Matthew 14
    Yes Jesus Christ will never leave you, that is. Only Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior.
  • Lindy on Matthew 14
    For the new year this chapter gives us wonderful lessons in trusting the Lord and not being fearful. We need to keep our eyes focusd on Jesus.
  • A disciple on Psalms 91
    Dear Joe; It is sure a test when we have to wait! Jacob wrestled with the Lord, and wouldn't let Him go until He blessed him; even while his thigh was out of joint! Daniel's three friends would not bow down to a heathen idol, even when it meant being thrown alive into a furnace. All the Prophets and Saints of old time died in faith NOT having received the Promise without us! Job waited! Be strong!
  • A disciple on Hebrews 11
    Bill; Happy New Year! I love Hebrews 11. The examples of faith teach us the very reality, like you said, "NOT an abstract!" So much is thrown at us; especially when we're new to the Bible; to make everything so complicated and mysterious, which the LORD actually gave us in the simplest and purest ways! Wouldn't you say, if we start with a wholesome simplicity of childlike faith it would be better?
  • A disciple on Luke 12
    "Fear not, little flock for it is your Father's good pleasure to give you the kingdom." The last day of the year is here once more and with it the last Chapters of our M'Cheyne's Daily Bible Reading Calendar: 2 Chronicles 36 Revelation 22 Malachi 4 John 21. Each of these Chapters marks a distinct dividing of times, yet nothing that indicates a finality or end altogether. For our God and all His ways are eternal. The things we know and experience feel like they will be this way forever and we can only imagine what might happen if they were changed or gone. But God makes everything perfect and the earth shall in due time be filled with the knowledge of the glory of the LORD, as the waters cover the sea and all the world shall praise His wonderful works and terrible doings toward the children of men, when His finished plan is brought completely to light in its perfection. In the meantime, He deals with us with gentleness and pity, little by little bringing about His will in us, and in the world, according to what we can bear, and as the times require judging and having mercy, to keep the wicked from his evil imagination, and letting the righteous grow in grace and knowledge and maturity in the Spirit. Every time has its purpose according to Him that makes all things and proves us by His Word.
  • David on Genesis 6
    The truth is clear when doing some good old research. First, there is a 14 foot human leg bone on display PROVING there were giants on the earth, 2nd, Genesis 6 proves once again, Gods word is the truth not those that are here ONLY to claim they know best. Never claim to be "all knowing" when talking about God's word, God will surly make a fool of you.
  • Henry on Matthew 1
    When we ask God for something do we continue to ask or ask just that one time ? I have put this before a few and have gotten different answers.
  • Bill on Hebrews 11
    Faith is not an abstract belief in the word of God neither is it just giving mental assent and willing it to be so Faith is an operation of God , a devine illumination, a holy energy implanted in the believer by the word and the Holy Ghost...
  • Patricia on Psalms 91
    When I need comfort from things I can’t control I read Psalms 91.When giving advise to
    Others I refer them to the same.
  • A disciple
    Luke 13:3 (lastly) There are so many who really think they are trying to bring people to Jesus; but completely neglect and are totally silent about this most important and absolutely indispensable spiritual and moral action which Jesus says, If we don't do it we will perish! Why can't they say, REPENT?
  • A disciple
    "..except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish." (cont.) Did none of those whose lives were violently cut short have a saving knowledge of the Lord? This is precisely what the Lord Jesus is saying, and the point for everyone us, that while we are here and living, is space granted for us to repent and turn to God. Having another religion or just being good people can't erase the need to repent!
  • A disciple on Luke 13
    "Suppose ye that these.. were sinners above all.., because they suffered such things? I tell you, Nay: but, except ye repent, ye shall all likewise perish." In the examples given, it was a brutal atrocity of terrorism perpetrated by the Governor Pilate himself upon some Jewish worshipers; and an innocent group of bystanders who were killed when a building collapsed. All apparently unsaved!
  • Joe w. Rej on Psalms 91
    Its so hard sometimes to have strong faith when everything is going wrong,,,,we pray but get no answer, we wait and no answer,,we cry out and no answer,,,and we listen to preachers say that sometimes Gods answer is No,,,
    So what do we do when his answer is justified either way?
    I have no answer for you,,,,,,,,,,,If it is His will, you will recieve,,,,,if not you wont,,,but my heart yearns still.
  • Judith on Ecclesiastes 3
    Thank you God!
  • Jeffrey Berry on Exodus 12
    Greetings, centuries before the birth of Moses, the were generations of people who hated God, and today they still hate God. Speaking specially of the God of the Hebrews. (Read Psalms 83) After numerous generations, God (Yahweh) decided to separate a certain seed of people, (see Matthew chapter 1) from all other people upon the face of the earth to carry His Spirit into the future.
  • A disciple on Proverbs 3
    "Wisdom is in the action and the doing of what we know is right, according to the convictions and strivings of the Spirit with our conscience." And I should add; next to our moral convictions we also have to train our minds to be bright and attentive to the things we learn, and as Peter wrote in his Second Epistle that we should always have these things ready in remembrance to be able to do them.
  • A disciple on Psalms 30
    Hi Bill; I love what you wrote; "There are no partially saved people!" Yet it is equally true that as long as we are in the world awaiting our Master's return; that we are responsible for the things He's left us in charge of, and that our diligence and wise dealing with His things, will be what He looks for, in our faithfulness as His House Managers. So in that sense our salvation is not yet done.
  • A disciple on Isaiah 58
    Debra; There have been attempts to Judaize, and to bring the Disciples into bondage to some outward form of religious tradition or other from the earliest days. But that is not the kingdom of God! Paul wrote"Let no man therefore judge you in meat, or in drink, or in respect of an holy day, or of the new moon, or of the Sabbath days: which are a shadow of things to come; but the body is of Christ."
  • Yes on Numbers 24
    i feel the holy ghost is the keeping power to keep you saved. and yes once u are saved u are saved however u can sin.
  • Kim on James 3
    I have been struggling with controlling my tongue so much lately...my living situation is such that for now I am forced to live in close proximity to a couple of unbelievers and I repent and do it again...and its true...it causes so much strife and damage for such a small member...lights huge fires like these verses describe...but praise the Lord I am truly grateful for His chastisement...we learn
  • BSP on Colossians 3
    Verse 16: one way that we can encourage others is by singing spiritually upbuilding songs.
  • BSP on Matthew 26
    Verse 30: on one of the important nights in history, we see that Jesus and his apostles sung songs of praise.


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