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  • Thomas F Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    So, you are saying that God offering up Job to Satan knowing full well Satan would try to destroy Job's faith in God was not a bad thing. And all that transpired after that, was just through the actions of Satan. God holds no responsibility for his part in the deconstruction of Job. Oh, how would you like to have your children killed and then someone sends over replacements?
  • Ruben Hartness - in Reply on Job 1
    I would have to be put in that situation. Common sense would have to take over. I would probably listen to him but I would ask where did you get this info. God, who I wouldn't know at that time, gave me the power of discernment if I didn't know about God, I'd not know anything about this man. Show me proof-Who is this Job who is God? Who are you? God would handle the matter. I DO believe.
  • Thomas F Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Rube, Keep this simple. Don't over analyze it. The story is about a God and if the man needs to explain what a God is then he will . The story has a Satan and so goes that also and the victim is called Job or Jim I don't care . Just listen to the story, and you tell me if you think what this God and Satan conspired to do to Job or Jim was fair or reasonable or for sport or kind or evil?
  • Ruben Hartness - in Reply on Job 1
    This isn't a sport--God proved to the world He is LORD. He proved to Satan that Satan could NOT win a true believer over no matter the trial. He knew Job fit that description. Job never lost faith, have you? Yes Job suffered but he is now in the bosom of Abraham and Satan is in the pit. God loves His children and doesn't play games. Upgrade your faith to understand. It's your discernment.
  • Thomas F Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Ruben, I don't know what I believe. I honestly envy those who can go through life thinking that God is watching over his children but it is so very hard to do when you see all of the crimes committed by man without any intervention for the life of the innocents. And you know, it wasn't just Job, what about his servants, children and the poor animals? Satan lost nothing, only a bet.
  • Thomas F Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Adam, Where does it say that one must become a Christian to have eternal life?
  • Adam - in Reply on Job 1
    Thomas, you replied to my comment which already answered your question. Did you not look up the first verse? Other examples are easily found through search, like John 14:6, John 3:16, etc. A Christian is a follower of Christ. If you do not follow Christ, you're not a Christian. If you're not a Christian you won't enter heaven, no matter how 'good' you claim to be. Matthew 7:21-23 is proof.
  • Thomas Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Dear Titus I forgot one point. If God can write the 10 commandments than how come he couldn't write the Bible. Don't you think it strange and bitter to allow so many souls to be lost over that 1500 years when he could have written in every language and distributed bible after bible maybe even signed and just get it done? Why hasn't anyone asked this question?
  • Thomas Hills IV - in Reply on Job 1
    You are absolutely correct. It took 1500 years and 40 authors to write the bible, most of which was stories told, not in writing. So, are we to believe "Litterally" James or other versions of the bible word for word? Fables, parables, folk lore or poems all written to put fear in the hearts of uncivilized, barbaric, ignorant and simple minded people. Do you really think God was that inhumane?
  • Thomas F Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Annie, I know this is off the subject of Job but, how did you acquire God's wisdom?
  • Adam - in Reply on Job 1
    Hi Thomas, that's great that you're reading the Bible and seeking God's truth. Why not just ask God through prayer for wisdom and discernment to know what you should take literally? It's true that Jesus often spoke using parables which are allegorical stories to influence and make a point. There are obvious metaphors in the Bible too: John 6:54 - we don't literally eat Jesus' flesh and blood, etc.
  • Thomas F Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Ok Adam, let me finish this short story about prayer. After hearing these remarks after every slaughter, it dawned on me that we could be doing much better with our prayer. So, I contacted some of the clergy and suggested, we pray a advance for no more of these heinous crimes. Well, what in God's name happened? p.s. How about the survivor who thanks God for saving her. What about the dead? Thank?
  • Thomas Hills - in Reply on Job 1
    Adam, I do appreciate your kind words and advice but let me tell you a short story. Remember when all of those innocent concert attendees were slaughtered in Las Vegas? Well, I sat and listened to the responses by officials, witnesses and clergy. What I heard over, and over again was, "Our prayer and thoughts are with" and from those who survived, "Thank God I am alive". Out of space Finish later
  • Patty Tozi on Psalms 23
    Stop-- and see how many things are happening in your Life now.. How can you change it to the opposite in God's word? Look at how the enemy is closing in. Stop the darkness of your mind. Put in the Light of your Heavenly Father. Focus on the Best way to change your situation. And no matter what-- give it to your Father and watch the changes begin. I have fought many battles of this world. GOD WON!!
  • I AM THAT I AM: on Matthew 18
    Then the Lord of that servant was moved with compassion, and loosed him, and forgave him the debt. But the same servant went out, and found one of his fellowservants, which owed him an hundred pence: and he laid hands on him, and took HIM by the throat, saying, Pay me that thou owest. Should not thou also have had compassion on thy fellowservant, even as I had pity on thee? And his LORD was wroth:
  • Corie
    I read Allah somewhere in my nkjv an i cant relocate where , can anyone help me find where what verse im looking for ? Please God bless
  • Herbert Adam - in Reply
    What are you looking for exactly?
  • Vanessa on Ecclesiastes 12
    I believe we are to only seek out this inspired book of God. Which is enough to last anyone a life time seeking Him . I believe, God reveals His word unto us when He know we are ready to receive. Have you ever read a Scripture more than once and you get a revelation of Wow!? verified by precepts OP Because of sin and faulty of men. I believe God wants us to focus on one book to avoid heresy.
  • Ruben Hartness
    Can anyone confirm the creation of the heaven and the earth was only six days, or was it 6000 years?
  • Christi Coe - in Reply
    Time I believe was different for the people of that period in History. 7 days to God may be 6000 years in our modern way of keeping time. Who really knows?
  • Kay
    Explain Jude 6 does that mean that all the fallen angels are bound and in chains now?
  • Robert Briggs
    2Thessalonian 2:3 falling away, what does it mean?
  • Ruben Hartness - in Reply
    Anne, I am confused as to what you believe the Mark of the Beast is. I have been taught a different meaning--can you explain and where in the bible it is?
  • Brian Dougherty - in Reply
    I have a question on this topic. Can a person fall away once he she has experienced the Second Birth?
  • Ruben Hartness - in Reply
    Brian, I can't find any scripture about a "second birth". Anyone can fall away if they go the way of the world. World is sin without Got with you. Once you have believed in the Godhead, why would you want to turn your back on God? There is one birth, one baptism, and one God. You are in control of whether you fall away or not- Repent and your sins will be forgiven--God's promise to all believers.
  • Ruben Hartness - in Reply
    Brian, I do not agree with you. Check John 3:3,4,5. Born begotten--again Greek word from manuscripts "anothen" from above".3:4 question--3:5 answer. water is from the mothers womb--spirit is Holy water with soul given by God. Also check v 12. If you are teaching anything besides God's word, what then are you teaching?
  • Brian Dougherty - in Reply
    Hi Ruben, I wanted to ask you one question. Do you belong to the Catholic Faith because Protestants and Catholic differ widely on theology beliefs about Regeneration and the New Birth?
  • Patty Tozi on Luke 12
    My Father in Heaven-- Hollow be thy Name. That prayer will get you His attention,as would Psslm 23. It is the total respect of understanding who your Father really is to you. He always wants the best for you. The enemy the worse for you. So what are you waiting for? Get on your knees and show your Love for him as he Loves you. Read His Holy Book-- the Bible. Learn to Live by His standards. Always!
  • Atlus on Genesis 1
    What about Satan or Lucifer??? Did he just always exist as opposite but Gods Equal???
  • Debbie on 1 Samuel 27
    I guess my biggest sorrow in Samuel are the killings of people. Kill them, take their animals, land, whatever is wanted. Bothers me that there was no compassion for people and their families. Just kill them. What made this okay?

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