Bible Discussion PAGE 95

  • Stephen Ambrose on 2 Esdras 15:49
    What happens to the devil when Jesus throws the Devil into the new hell
  • Evangelist Edo King David - in Reply on Genesis 1
    Is it not worrisome with the level of moral decadence, thievery and corruption of the mind, seeing Mankind giving honour to whom it is not due Why would Mankind abandoned worshipping God for Satan Draw near to God and He will draw near to you (James 4:8) Now Is it not right for Him to turn His wrath against Mankind for the perpetration of evil acts The joy we have is that man is not God and God is not man. Have you seen man descended so low as to encouraged homosexuality, which resulted to same sex marriage, that was almost legalized in America if not for the timely and concerted efforts of President Donald Thrump Why then the noise now, knowing what the Scripture says in Amos 3:6
  • Solomon on Psalms 50
    This is my testimony before God justified me: I was not raised in church and neither did I believe in the Lord God. I thought I was a pretty good fellow But I was still a sinner. But thank God that one day he crossed my path with Jesus of Nazareth! Ever since I accepted him my entire life has changed because I am no longer a wicked sinner, but am saved by his grace! Though I am not perfect and still deserve to rot in Hell, I can say with full assurance that I am on my way to Heaven. I pray that God would open your eyes to His salvation and save you! Call upon the name of JESUS, bow before him as the king and Lord of your life. Repent of your ways and be born again. The LORD(Jesus) loves you!
  • Solomon on Psalms 50
    Hey Teresa, I can not tell you all that salvation means in a short paragraph but know that Salvation is by one name, JESUS CHRIST. He and the Father are one and you must call upon Christ to save you From Sin, Death, and Hell for he payed the ultimate price and suffered for all men that we may be saved! I am glad that you believe in God! But be careful for many may claim to believe but are not truly saved (James 2:19). I encourage you to read Ephesians 2:8 and really that whole chapter! Also a simple way to explain salvation is that you must Hear the word (Romans 10:17) and then Believe (John 3:16). Repent (Acts 17:30), and Confess that he is LORD (Romans 10:10).
  • Lisa M - in Reply on John 3
    Thank you for your reply Fred. I appreciate your comment. I want truth and I seek truth with all of my heart. I have left the prosperity gospel message after 20 years and I am hungry for His living Word. I want out of my belly to flow rivers of living water.
  • Diana Guzman on Zechariah 9:13
    Why Philip Could not Bautize in the Holy Espirit in Samaria
  • Nic on Luke 9
    Does verse 62 hereby nullify the one-time-only nature of salvation and elevate works salvation Currently lost on this.
  • Thelma Parker on Revelation 17
    All the modern signs may seem to show that the woman represents the RC religion /organisation, but please consider Revelation 11:8 And their dead bodies shall lie in the street of the great city, which spiritually is called Sodom and Egypt, where also our Lord was crucified. The "great city" is clearly Jerusalem, my dears - in the Future Day of the LORD! The seven mountains represent the seven kingdoms under which Israel was held captive - Egypt, Assyria, Babylon, Persia, Greece, Rome and the seventh kingdom into which the vile person comes and becomes the Antichrist when Satan enters into him. The man will be "the 8th" - used to bring judgments on rejecters of The Lamb! basar-blessings.org
  • Shal - in Reply
    I love Jesus
  • Sergio on Leviticus 27
    To answer your question, just go straight into His Word. Jesus is "the Word", He is the same as He was yesterday. Remember, Jesus didn't abolish the law, He completed it. The old testament holds enough examples about tithing. As Believers, we can't keep going to the "letter" or theology of Gods Word. As well as separating the bible as two era. It's one book, one God, one Word. Jesus is the same as yesterday, so He will be the same in the New Testament as He was in the Old. Peace
  • Jennifer - in Reply on Matthew 25
    There is a way to escape... JESUS.
  • Chris - in Reply on Zechariah 9:13
    Lazarus died towards the end of Jesus' ministry. In John 11, Lazarus was then raised from the dead & lived a normal life. Unless, he is still miraculously walking amongst us in the 21st Century, I would say he would have died again and was buried. Yet, he still faced another death (John 12:10,11), as the chief priests planned to put him (and Jesus) to death since through Lazarus' resurrection, many Jews began to believe on Jesus. We don't know what happened to him after this, but traditions give us a possibility. He would then have died, possibly in old age & is awaiting his 2nd resurrection (1 Thes 4:15-18). Here is a man well acquainted with death but remained true to the Lord whom he loved.
  • Obbie Beal on Galatians 1
    The above verses are examples of how artfully plus quickly the forces of evil using mankind attack those who accept JESUS as their SAVIOR, as it relates to SALVATION through John 3:16-21. The forces of evil knows how gullible humans are to a lie, especially a half-truth, or ..., ..., so in 2020, where ever evil can, evil continue using deceived men /wolfs with sheep clothing to torment, scatter, kill, device, ..., especially those of of John 3:16-21.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Daniel 4:7
    Chris...I agree about the JW. I've never met one who had doubts about their beliefs. I was a street evangelist and it's hard to turn away wipe the dust off my shoes and travel on. I do because the next person may listen. I can't go to the nursing homes at this time; but maybe soon. Thanks for your comment.
  • Asif on Leviticus 21:9
    how to accept Jesus
  • Damon - in Reply on Genesis 4
    What else did Jesus say to those that thought that their works were important to salvation If ye were of Abraham, you would do the works of Abraham. Is that a contradiction No. What does the Bible say that Abraham did, his work Genesis states that Abraham believed God, and it was counted to him (Abraham) as righteousness. Your faith is what saves you, not your works. The story of Cain and Abel, is the story of the flesh (Cain), versus the Spirit of God (Abel), and how the flesh is always inferior to the Spirit. The Bible says that those that live in the flesh cannot please God, thus Cain's offering was not accepted, because it came from his ego, and his flesh. God bless, in Jesus' name.
  • Damon - in Reply on Genesis 4
    The common thought is, that the offering that Cain gave was based on ego. Cain was basically saying: "Look at me, look at what I have done." Exalting himself, while trying to look pious. Basically, a humble-brag. In addition, Abel's offering is a foreshadowing of the sacrifice of Christ, and is meant to teach that there is no acceptance without the blood. You can also look at it in this context, the Israelites of old thought that they were safe from condemnation based entirely on their works. The Israelites said to Christ: We have Abraham as our father, but what did Jesus say to them That their father was the devil, and their works were false. Cain believed in his works, and Abel had faith
  • Chris on James 2:26
    Bill...the Book of James has been in contention over the centuries, as an authority that faith alone does not give salvation. If that were the case, then Jesus' death on the cross is of no effect since one's accepting of it by faith alone secures salvation. If anything else is included, viz. good works for others, baptism, faithfulness in Church going or tithing, etc., then Christ's work & salvation are no longer of grace but of works. (Romans 11:5,6). However, James is correct, that the proof of real saving faith is seen in a life of good works. If a Christian says that he has faith, and have not works, his faith is dead (Js 2:14-17). Faith saves, but works follow only as evidence of grace.
  • Teresa noles on Psalms 50
    I was not raised to go to church, but I do believe in God. I try to read the bible daily and have so many questions. what does it mean to be saved what do I have to do
  • Chris - in Reply on Daniel 4:7
    Mishael...we usually have problems with cults because most of us know very little about their beliefs. It's not difficult to do some research on them so you might be more prepared when you meet. They too appreciate that a 'Christian' will give them time since they get mostly negative receptions. The important subject that JWs bring forward is on God's Kingdom on Earth & we should all share in it. Sounds nice but they don't believe in Hell, so if we refuse to accept their teaching, then we just die & remain in the grave & not rise to live again. My advice to them is that Jesus' death was to give us opportunity to not be in eternal Hell rather than not be left in the grave. No comfort in this.
  • Corey Brown on Zechariah 9:13
    If Lazarus was raised from the dead can he die again or is he still alive
  • Chris on Matthew 3:9
    Matthew 3:5-9: As John the Baptist was baptising (unto repentance), some Pharisees & Saducees had also come to see the spectacle. John basically told them that you talk of repentance but you have no fruit to show for it. And knowing their beliefs that Jews claim to be the children of Abraham (i.e. they only have the right to enter Heaven regardless of how they live their lives), John, looking down at the stones about him, said that from these very stones, God is able to raise children to Abraham. John not only opposed their belief system but in a sense, was saying that even Gentiles would one day have the opportunity. And through Jesus' Sacrifice, all nations can be saved through faith in Jesus.
  • Chris - in Reply on Acts 12:4
    There is no verse in the Bible that requires us to give worship to Mary. If there was, then it would contradict the fundamental command from God to not bow down to anything else (Exodus 20:3-5) nor to display & worship any statue or image. As Christians, we know that Joseph & Mary were important people, having been specially selected by God to bear & bring forth His Word, Jesus Christ, into the world. We can consider their lives as important but cannot pay any homage or offer prayers to her. She and any in Heaven, cannot help us on Earth. We have but One, the Risen Lord Jesus Christ Who is at God's Right Hand and He alone makes intercession for us (Romans 8:34) & also His Spirit Who indwells us.
  • Sorry for not responding I tend to for stuff I think I have all timers god forgive me for my sins an my our Angels help us lead our wayz the wright ways everlastinglife n love
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 91
    Psalms 91 looks like it could refer to the present pandemic. However, the message there is that the LORD Whom we trust in, is well able to keep us & protect us from this & all evils that may be before us. We need to shelter under His Wings, look steadfastly into His Face, & have the Mind of Christ (Philippians 2:5) in our responses to others. How am I doing in all this Doing well, by His immeasurable Grace, as He continues to minister in His Own special ways. I feel for those who do not have this blessed benefit, as they suffer with isolation, without jobs, & fear of the unknown. We are on the cusp of a whole new world outlook, as was with 9/11, so praying it will bring on a spiritual awakening.
  • Chris on Ephesians 4:32
    Luke 6:29: "& unto him that smiteth thee on the one cheek, offer also the other; & him that taketh away thy cloak, forbid not to take thy coat also". When Jesus spoke those words, He showed the example of love and non-retaliation that we as believers need to exhibit to those who despise us.This is a great testimony of the love of Christ that no man can speak against. It IS hard to perform, especially in a culture where the opposite is the norm, but we are called to live on a higher plane. You are right: to pray for them (Matthew 5:44), to speak gently to them (Proverbs 15:1), & give them space to reflect & maybe reconcile (Matthew 5:24). And to "offer your coat" meant that one would be cold in the Winter.
  • I have never heard of it as being in the Bible & after a search, I couldn't find the phrase. More likely, just a colloquial phrase in today's speech, to give some measure of comfort & assurance that most of our present sorrows will diminish or dissolve.
  • Chris on Matthew 15
    I quite agree. Christianity is to the World, just another religion, when in fact they should see it as a people changed and enjoying an abundant life: lives living beyond the carnal grips & deceptions of the world. We send out missionaries, who do a mighty work, we give our prayer & financial support to them, but at home our lives rarely demonstrate the finished work at the Cross. We stay mute when unborn babies are murdered, when homosexuality is given free rein, when convicted murderers & rapists are freed to repeat their wicked acts on innocents, & when lies & carnality become truth & purity. Many of the apostles died horrible deaths for the Gospel's sake AND for their stand against evil.
  • Becky on Isaiah 43
    Isaiah 43 answers all my questions. God's people are precious in his sight. Every one called by His name he created for His glory. He formed us. My long standing question of whether God and Christ and the Holy Spirit are One. 43:11, "I am the Lord: and beside me there is no Savior." Jesus was God in the flesh. I trust now that the Holy Spirit is God our Comforter. We are here to do His work and bring His people to Him. He is always with us even as we die and in that twinkling are then with Him in Heaven. God bless all of you. Your comments inspire me. This KJVonline Bible has been a God send to me. Thank you to those who keep it up for us.
  • Chris on Zechariah 9:13
    The only two references that come up are in Joshua 9:5,12; and these are spelt the U.K. way: mould. These references don't give the same application as your references to moth and rust, but to the deception by the Gibeonites when they went to visit Joshua.


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