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  • Sydney Heimericks
    Acts 2 was the beginning of Jesus church and it is still with us today - just as Peter preached it
    in v. 38 - after being asked, "men and brethren, what must we do? remember, Peter and all the Apostles had been filled with the holy ghost in v. 4 - the holy ghost leads us into all truth; we serve a God that cannot lie. Acts 2 and Matthew 28:19 need to be (with prayer) studied more closely, 2 T 2:15
  • Anyang on Acts 2
    What i think it means is that when you arks for something like a phone
    God would not just give it to you . But if you arks for something like blessing for somebody God will be done upon there lives. and to seek it means to seek the word of door you now what i am talking about? and nock and the door will be opened for you and Gods people . and may god bless you all in everything that is done Amen
  • Sharon on Acts 2
    First are you Saved? Have you received Jesus as your personal saver. Do you have a Relationship with him? In Matthew 7:7). Ask and it will be given to you, seek and you will find, knock and it shall be opened unto you...Bless you

    Read Acts 2
  • J B on Matthew 12
    Is it good to clean and pick up after others in a church or the Assembly of God on the Sabbath day?
  • Alyona on Romans 8
    No matter what you're going through just remember that the glory of GOD will shine through and that with GOD you have already won. Psalms 27:1 The LORD is my light and my salvation whom shall I fear? the LORD is the strength of my life of whom shall I be afraid? Don't fear and don't be afraid because He is always with you..
  • God said that he was a spirit and that we should worship him in truth and in spi on Psalms 84
    I'm of the faith of the Apostolic faith.
  • Simon on Daniel 6
    Can someone assist me with an answer here. From Daniels upper room of prayer, which side was Jerusalem facing, east, west, north or south?
  • Norm on Revelation 1
    There is only one true Word, and that cometh of God my Father in heaven. Any other word is a deceiver and an antichrist. Psalms 56:5 Every day they wrest my words: all their thoughts are against me for evil. Psalms 64:3 Who whet their tongue like a sword, and bend their bows to shoot their arrows, even bitter words: Ecclesiastes 10:14 A fool also is full of words: a man cannot tell what shall be and what shall be after him, who can tell him? Acts 13:10 And said, O full of all subtilty and all mischief, thou child of the devil, thou enemy of all righteousness, wilt thou not cease to pervert the right ways of the Lord?
  • Norm on Revelation 1
    Jeremiah 5:9 Shall I not visit for these things? saith the LORD: and shall not my soul be avenged on such a nation as this? 10 Go ye up upon her walls, and destroy but make not a full end: take away her battlements for they are not the LORD'S. 11 For the house of Israel and the house of Judah have dealt very treacherously against me, saith the LORD. 12 They have belied the LORD, and said, It is not he neither shall evil come upon us neither shall we see sword nor famine: Jeremiah 14:15 Therefore thus saith the LORD concerning the prophets that prophesy in my name, and I sent them not, yet they say, Sword and famine shall not be in this land By sword and famine shall those prophets be consumed.
  • CARhar on Ezekiel 10
    When people say their is no God, and why did God let certain thing happen? We must believe that God is the Great I AM, and God allows thing to happen because man (we) make bad choices. We service a free will God and must pick our battles wisely. Praise Jesus everybody!
  • Brian on Matthew 15
    Hi Jo-an,
    Is there a particular verse that you are having trouble with or just the Bible in general? Not sure how to help without knowing where the problem rests. but I'd love to help you out if I can.
    God bless you in Jesus name :)
    Brian
  • Lucinda Palestrant on Revelation 10
    Nick, do you not see that in Revelation 1:17; it is Jesus that speaks to John?
  • S. Dodd on Genesis 4
    In our Bible study on Genesis 4:4.The majority of the class say "offering" is the same as "sacrifice".We say that Abel had to kill the lamb as a sacrifice,.. burn the fat thereof as an offering unto the Lord. She says it was an "offering"..." Such as a child 'offers' a cookie to a friend"..she says that there is no "scriptural" proof that it was a "sacrifice" by Abel. Can u explain the difference? TY
  • Dr John Court. on 1 Corinthians 11
    No transubstantiation here. !!!
    Yet another totally absurd notion confected by men dressed in rich vestments to give the impresion off power. Instead why not invoke the fulness of God the Holy Spirit!!??
  • Joseph on Genesis 1
    how do you clean away your sins??? im scared
  • Wayne on 2 Peter 2
    Jim, idle words in Stones concordance means useless words. Important words build up the body of Christ. Useful words proclaim Christ. OK?
  • Gail Charlton on Isaiah 14
    If Zion is prepaired as a refuge how do we as American Christians find Zion?
  • Ronald on Leviticus 3
    Did anyone notice that the burnt offering for atonement had to be a male without blemish and the peace offering could be either a male or female without blemish?
  • Sylvia on 1 Thessalonians 1
    Seek the Lord while he can be found. He's coming back with his rewards and judgement will we be ready?
    Thank you father for your grace and mercy.
  • Charlie on Genesis 5
    In Genesis chapter 4 verse 17, Eve gave birth to Enoch. So in Genesis Chapter 5 verse 18 says Jared lived one hundred sixty two years and became the father of Enoch. I am a little confused here. Can you shed some light on this? Thank you .
  • Steve Bartlett on John 16
    In this, my favorite verse of the Bible, Christ promises us that we will experience ("ye shall have"), hardship in this life, but He also assures us that we are not to be downhearted about this ("but be of good cheer"), because He has already destroyed ("I have overcome") all hardship ("the world" - i.e. the home of tribulation). What greater assurance can there be in this life, than this?
  • Mathews on Exodus 35
    Is it under the law or under grace? All human race, since the fall, have lived under grace. And this is exhibited by the fact that though sin abounded from generation to generation grace also abounded. If man could be left under the law, no one could live, for the broken law demands the life of the transgressor. God has provided us a way to life, we who deserve death because we are all sinners and
  • Nick McKenzie on Revelation 10
    Does anybody think that in revelation chapter one verse fourteen where john describes how the son of man looks do you think that it's an actual description ?because the lord said to be aware of false images
  • T jones on 1 Chronicles 13
    Why did the lord smote Uzza ???
  • Jjf on Revelation 5
    I wonder if most of us really knows what it meant to worship in spirit and in truth i wonder who is on the throne of our hearts and "do we have the spirit of worship flowing out of us?"
  • Jeanne on 2 Samuel 2
    Winnie, I often wonder how people in church and not express any emotion to the point of not saying "amen" or hallelujah during a good Spirit filled message. Would they sit like pillars of stone at a sporting event?

  • Richard harp on Genesis 1
    when HE said let us make man in OUR IMAGE; HE was not speaking to the Angels...they were created beings as we are: HE was speaking to AN EQUAL(S). We have seen that GOD expresses HIMSELF over a period of time and CHRIST reiterated it...when HE said there are some things that I cannot reveal to you at this time; my own view of what HE said; and why? because they were in no position to understand.
  • Sonjawilson on Psalms 5
    I am confused about Judgement day what are we being judge for? if you accept christ and ask for forgiveness he will forgive us our sins, if we have been forgiven why is he judging us,
  • Janel bucsko on Revelation 20
    So only 144,000 only go to heaven? Where do the rest of us go?
  • Dek Barbare on 1 Thessalonians 3
    While reading 1 Thessalonians, and answering the short quiz following chapters 1, 2, and 3 I am left with confusion as to where Paul was, once the answer was Phillipi, another time Corinth, yet he also speaks of Athens. Does anyone really know?


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