Bible Discussion PAGE 8

  • revelation 16:2 is this a result from the experimental mRNA injection given around the world now?
  • Adam - in Reply on Matthew 5
    I recommend starting with the book of John and continuing on in order from there.
  • Carleton
    The glorious Lamb of God is feeding in the eternal pasture of peace in humility, His Father speaks from afar confirming His son as His bosom, the beloved son. His son lifts his round eyes in love to the stranger.

    :)
  • James - in Reply
    Thank you for your comments on the Holy Spirit!
  • Carleton - in Reply
    Brother Fred, Greet the brethren with a Holy Kiss.

    Let brotherly Love continue.

    Amen.
  • Sherrye Lappin on John 10
    Psalm 82: 6 is the law spoken of in John 10:30

    This is what religion does not teach man. Jesus is taught to be above us. On a pedestal. This was not his teaching. This keeps us down under a goal impossible to achieve. This is the work of the evil one. Read and reread both scriptures until you get it.
  • L - in Reply on Matthew 5
    Proverbs. Start with Proverbs. It's an entire book about wisdom and understanding. A perfect place to start
  • Fred Scanlan
    Judge not lest ye be judged. I write once again to myself. While feelings are not always true, for they are of the flesh and can deceive, so this feeling of being judged by others. How these things must have affected Christ, the thoughts and contempt towards him. Even as the Lord was omnipotent, while being in the flesh, these feelings would have overwhelmed most of us! Those who hold contempt for others are those who stand in judgment. So, since I am not omnipotent, I will rely of the judgment of God towards those who are against me, who judge me! As Paul once said, "before God I stand or fall, It is a small matter for you to judge me! The power of the Holy Spirit found in Christ, is the supply we will need in each situation. Prayer, giving of thanks, these are the beginnings of a relationship in Him, that will confound the world.

    Repent and be baptized, In Christ!
  • Jorge Castillo
    Be reverent and not irreverent a anyone, because even the Holy Spirit of God is inside of all who believed in Jesus of Nazareth; try to be born again in the spirit and cast away all your boast of wise men; be humble and not one who reproaches others; Jesus said love one another as I have loved you all.
  • Sizomu on Mark 14
    Glory to God i need more such like this and verse of the day may LORD,bless you.
  • Carleton - in Reply
    Brother I know I do, Thank you. A Very sweet prayer.

    Amen.
  • Agness Remon on Ezekiel 16
    I would really enjoy a commentary. .I enjoy reading God word. But I am lost reading Ezekiel.
  • T. Levis
    Deuteronomy 7:9
  • Donna on Revelation 2
    What are the seven stars and seven golden candlesticks in Rev. 2:1?
  • T. Levis - in Reply
    Ezekiel 4:13,16,17

    Ezekiel is a book you have to read in context. Please read the whole book. I've read it a few times & recently I've just found new dynamics to his situation I had not noticed before.

    Hopefully that's helpful.
  • T. Levis - in Reply
    Daniel 1:1-6

    If you read the book of Daniel, they were taken captive. Daniel was a child. I've read & studied the book of Daniel a few times & did not find who his parents were. It might even be a Bible game question, I've had & looked up.

    Sometimes things are left out, I believe purposefully so that our minds will be focused on the message GOD has for each of us within each moment of our lives & circumstances.

    King Solomon was king after David he was one of the youngest brothers & there was peace in the land while Solomon reigned. He took decades to build one his homes. Doesn't add up to me.

    Why do you ask?

    If you're curious about time-lines, many books of the Bible overlap.

    Helpful, I hope.
  • David on 2 Chronicles 19
    Although we fall continually from His path, I praise the Lord for His continued protection and love for us. May I receive Godly rebuke well as well a king Jehoshaphat did in the prefect Name and Blood of the Lord Jesus Christ.

    Praying for our nation's leaders during this Pandemic, social, economic, and political unrest. May we all turn to the salvation of the Lord Jesus Christ, for there in lies our hope, peace and comfort.

    God bless all, and may the Lord's face shine continually upon us daily.

    October 15, 2021
  • Barbara O'Brien on Psalms 6
    During a discussion about marriage, a question came up about mixed race marriages. I grew up with the understanding and have the belief that the Bible has direction regarding the fact that people should marry their own kind. But, I cannot find anything regarding this. I am not talking about homosexuality but rather race, ethnicity, etc. Of course there is the passage that as God's children we "should be evenly yoked". However, my question is - is there a passage regarding race or anything regarding this issue of mixed marriage ie. white should marry white, black should marry black, etc. As a Christian, what is Jesus' teaching or God's commandment - not what society says is okay. If I am somewhat correct, please give me the book, chapter and verse where I might find direction on this matter. Thank you.
  • D W L - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 1
    Jonah called of God, but was 100% out of God's will going to Tarshish at that God prepared a great fish to save Jonah. That don't mean he was right.

    Matthew 19:7 They say unto him, Why did Moses then command to give a writing of divorcement, and to put her away?

    19:8 He saith unto them, Moses because of the hardness of your hearts suffered you to put away your wives: but (from the beginning it was not so.)

    Women have a place in the home and work of the Lord, but to be in authority over the man is forbidden by the written word. ( 1 Timothy 5:14) ( Titus 2:3-5)
  • Take no thought...
    D W L , do your initials stand for Down With Love ? Luke Ch 19 Verse37-40 . The disciples were making a lot of noise praising God , do you believe that none of these disciples were women ? They weren't saying anything wrong so why did the Pharisees want them to be quiet ? Maybe because some of them were women ? Read Jesus's response in Verse 40 please .
  • Trouble Going to Sleep - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 1
    Psalms 127:2

    It is vain for you to rise up early, to sit up late, to eat the bread of sorrows: for so he giveth his beloved sleep.

    Song of Solomon 5:2

    I sleep, but my heart waketh: it is the voice of my beloved that knocketh, saying, Open to me, my sister, my love, my dove, my undefiled: for my head is filled with dew, and my locks with the drops of the night.

    You are his beloved and he is yours.

    [Nowsometimes there is a duo that tries to wear us down and discourage us (all hours). They bother me too and anybody else who loves Jesus and isn't afraid of the Gospel of Christ.]

    Pray this: By the Authority of Jesus Christ and the Blood of Jesus, I exercise dominion and authority over Satan and his demons 'harass and hinder'. In the name of Jesus I now send you outlaw spirits into outer darkness to forever wander.

    By the authority of Jesus Name I yield to the rest that belongs to his beloved. Thank you for angels that guard my bedside every time I sleep.

    Glory to God in the highest, and on earth peace, good will toward men. Luke 2:14

    Mishael: you won't have to do this every day.
  • Don Baca
    In the Book of Daniel who are his parents. I have read they are not mentioned and another was he is the second son of King David and Abigail. Which is correct?
  • Renee J McPheeters on Psalms 101
    Thank You for making the Bible available online!
  • We all need this__I know I do - in Reply
    To Carleton

    Father, Please help me to rest in your happiness, To allow a smile to linger on my lips, To dwell within a wonderful memory, To walk back through sunlit places. Please help me to awake with hope, To engage with life in all its variety, To take in the beauty of others joys. To touch the souls of those I meet with thankfulness. Please help me to sing with faith, To carry the truth close in my heart always, To rejoice at new life and To have peace as I age. Please help me to indulge in love. To breathe in the sweetness of intimacy, To taste the kindness of friendship, To feel the warmth of embrace. Please help me not to miss A single drop of heaven, To catch each moment And drink in the great joy of life. Amen.
  • English Sacha - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 1
    I don't think I have ever added or taken away any words , if I have I ask for God's forgiveness , sometimes I can't remember the reference so just give the gist of the scripture . I am genuinely sorry if I have offended you . In my defense I would say that we are not strictly speaking , in a church on this site . In my congregation all women wear head scarves and are always silent . We never teach a brother anything ever .

    Mostly we are totally silent at all times in church . Last year during the lockdown in u.k. we had no services at all for fifteen months . I started coming on here then looking for some Christian company . No one on here would know I was a woman if I hadn't said I was and I suspect that I'm not the only regular poster on here who is female and not revealing their gender . I can't say I blame them . Please don't read my posts on here if I offend you and I shall try to only post when I just can't stop myself . My husband occasionally posts on here but you don't and won't ever know who he is . He is sad for me regarding you but he did say " I told you this would happen " and he did . He's usually right , that's annoying to me .
  • Free - in Reply
    Thank you for the testimonie, love u in Christ. That God have give us heavenly wisdom Ephesians 1:3 Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ:
  • The Holy Spirit is our Helper for Everything We Need - in Reply
    It as the Holy Spirit wills. Tongues are a sign for the believer. It gives REST to our spirits. It is an act of faith. At times it is deep inner groaning. It makes no sense to the natural human mind.

    If you ask the Holy Spirit for a gift; receive it by faith.

    When we draw close to the Holy Spirit, He draws close to us. He comforts us. He teaches us, as in that He reveals Jesus to our mind, heart and soul.

    An example of this is in Luke 1:46-55, 2:19

    "My soul doth magnify the Lord, and my Spirit hath Rejoiced in God my Savior."

    I ask? can anyone sing, "Holy Holy Holy is His Name" without your spirit exalting in God?

    What do we think of those who almost died and were revived; and say they saw something or someone not of this world? Are they all faking it?

    I was so close to dying from alcohol + downer cocktails; I was suicidal. I wanted to die from a broken heart.

    One night I saw Jesus in a vision, not smiling. His eyes pierced my soul. Someone said, why does the Bible say it's wrong (evil). 2 Timothy 3:5, 15.

    I woke up saved and sealed with the Holy Spirit the next morning. All the demons were gone.

    Jesus is alive. He is involved in peoples lives. You have to decide that every verse in the Bible is Truth. If you seek a gift from the Holy Spirit, then ask. Read everything about it. Your faith has to be involved. Seek and you will find.

    In my life, I learned to fast, and pray for answers.

    Stay separated from the frivolous; read slower and ask the Holy Spirit to teach me.

    The greatest power and faith, comes through a spirit that worships and is free to Praise exceedingly. Isaiah 6 makes me cry because Jesus is so Holy and lifted up.

    We are clean through His Blood. We can approach for what we Need.

    Sometimes perhaps we downplay the worship and adoration of who Jesus is.

    I truly understand how hard it is to separate ourselves from busy lives, to spend an hour just sitting in His Presence. The benefits are worth it.

    Mishael
  • Darcel TORRENCE
    Do not understand what Ezekiel 4:9 is meaning
  • Adam - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 1
    I'd like to share my interpretation of 1 Tim 4:8.

    It says "For bodily exercise profiteth little: but godliness is profitable unto all things, having promise of the life that now is, and of that which is to come."

    This doesn't mean exercise has no value or is 'bad'. It doesn't mean we should chug down a keg of beer and drink a gallon of ice cream while eating Doritos and sitting on the couch all day. Our bodies are a holy temple that God loaned to us to take care of. This page shows a lot of verses related to that: Link

    Now that we have a bit more context of what the rest of the Bible says, let's reread this verse. It says it profiteth little and compares it to godliness. We are all doing to die. But one could say that our godliness and good character will extend into the afterlife. It's comparing physical exercise to spiritual exercise. One is important, but the other is so monumentally important that the other now seems of little importance. Again, it doesn't say it's not important, but profiteth little. And it's only temporary. So, this should affect our priorities in this life. One thing is ridiculously important and the other is insignificant in comparison, so which do we spend the most time on?

    Also, I think it's a sin to abuse our bodies and to overeat and become obese, to defile ourselves with gluttony, drunkenness, drugs, or sexual impurity, or lust, or self-harm, or any number of physical body-related sins. 1 Corinthians 6:19-20. There are many overweight pastors who should deeply consider if what they're doing is truly glorifying to God. Fasting has many health benefits and helps us keep God #1 instead of a food idol.

    God bless...
  • Mishael - in Reply
    You might enjoy the Jewish scholars teachings on 'GEVTE'. It's on YouTube too.

    I must caution: Jesus Taught Us that only the Father knows the exact moment.

    Maybe we can pinpoint really close, but I believe the actual Date is secret.

    We all need to be mindful of signs Jesus told to us. He's the Son of God and we can trust Him.

    We're talking half of an eyeblink. People in the office will think you're in the rest room.

    I used to have a little 3inch tall Cross laying on my desk. I wish I had counted all the people who stopped and asked me concerning it. I always worked like Jesus was watching over me. No goofing off, or too many bathroom trips and everything in between. Asked my boss for more work if I finished mine early. :O lol

    Life is good.


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