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  • Omale on Matthew 16
    The key for me is in verses 15 and 19. In verse 15 Jesus gave the challenge " but who do you think I am "? We are quick to point the way to others. We are quick to see and hear others but not ourselves. The personal relationship with God is what God requires from us and never a group thing. Who is Jesus to you? Then in verse 19 it becomes clear that only those with a clear understanding of their relationship with Christ will have the revelations from Him. The keys of heaven is given to those who know Him. With this key, you are in charge of this world. You can bind and loose. The keys are for the kingdom use. They must be used for His glory. Know Him and you will have the keys.
  • RNM ACTS 2-----14 on Acts 2
    Was the Messiah LYING to the prisoner on the cross next to him, "HE WASNT BAPTISED ".... And one of the malefactors which were hanged railed on him, saying, If thou be Christ, save thyself and us. But the other answering rebuked him, saying, Dost not thou fear God, seeing thou art in the same condemnation? And we indeed justly for we receive the due reward of our deeds: but this man hath done nothing amiss. And he said unto Jesus, Lord, remember me when thou comest into thy kingdom...... And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise Luke 23:39-43....Baptism is not what saves a person it is the GRACE OF GOD!! The baptism is an outward testimony of salvation, and Obedience, and also sincere Obedience to GOD requires us to observe all ten Commandments of GOD. That includes the 7th day Sabbath, despite the world view. AMEN!!!
  • Insight 777 on Daniel 9
    Verse25, God is higher than a king, a king is higher than a prince. When Jesus returns would it be to hold a lesser position than the kings of the earth, returning as a prince and not a king? Kings rule kingdoms, not princes. This is a scripture that makes me think that the Messiah the prince spoken of here is not Jesus but another anticipated Messiah. Because when Jesus returns it is to set up a kingdom to rule. If Messiah the prince is Jesus then there will be an earthly king that rules him. I have found no scripture that supports that.
  • Gail on 1 Samuel 13
    Is there an error in the first question asked in the quiz or am I not understanding? I have read 1 Samuel 13:1 and it does not state Saul 's age when he became king.
  • John on Genesis 6
    Hey Alvin. I can tell you what happened to the angels who fathered the hybrid race. God tells us that He locked them in unbreakable chains, in Tartarus - Tartarus is also called The Pit, and The Pit, is literally in the midst of the earth. The hybrid offspring are the Nephilim, and they almost took over the entire world. That is why God destroyed them with the flood. But, the scriptures tell us there were giants in the earth in those days days of Noah and also afterwards after when? after the flood. It is my belief that the small grey "aliens " are actually fallen angels, trying to create another race which could destroy humankind. The scriptures don 't tall us what happened to the women who were married to the angels. They probably had no choice, and therefore were not found guilty. The scriptures tell us these angels "took whoever they wanted " 2 Peter 2:4 4 "For if God spared not the angels that sinned, but cast them down to hell, and delivered them into chains of darkness, to be reserved unto judgment 5And spared not the old world, but saved Noah the eighth person, a preacher of righteousness, bringing in the flood upon the world of the ungodly 6And turning the cities of Sodom and Gomorrha into ashes condemned them with an overthrow, making them an example unto those that after should live ungodly " Hope this helps Alvin. John Von Bronzesnake
  • Anonymous on Numbers 3
  • Manaia on Deuteronomy 22:5
    What if I want to go hiking or my exercise? I don 't have a single long dress? I 'm a babe inChrist. Should I go buy long dresses?
  • Joni G on Romans 1
    Yes, just to say I believe God in my heart and believe in His power is not enough to save you. Otherwise, no verses would be in the Bible that ask believers to be baptized. All those people on the day of Pentecost and after would have never asked believers to repent and be baptized. They were filled with the Holy Spirit. They could not lie. Acts 22:16 Paul told the audience that Ananias asked him to be baptized and wash away his sins. Paul was still filled with the Holy Spirit. He could not have lied. Why did God ask Abraham to sacrifice his only son? Couldn 't Abraham have just said, I believe you God and not made the trip? Abraham had waited 20 years for the promise of a son. Is it too much to ask that we be baptized once we believe? I think not. We should follow and obey Jesus in anything he requires of us. God bless you RNM and all. May we all grow in the grace and knowledge of Him.
  • Peleg for in his days the earth was divided. Peleg 6389 Strong 's the same as 6388 earthquake 6388 Strong 's the same as 6385 palag, paw-lag ' a prim. root to split lit. or fig. :-divide The division of the Northern "tribes " from the Southern "tribes " may be the time this name is depicting. Was this in the time of Rehoboam and Jeroboam and the split of the two houses? Why would one make note of an "earthquake " in a name if there was only division amongst the "tribes "? And was this what it was or was there an actual earthquake in diverse places to have divided the people? One may believe it to be a simple thing such as the division of the houses of Israel, but again why would a father name one of his son 's a name meaning "earthquake " unless the land was actually physically divided?
  • Dean on 1 Kings 11
    How can I know they can not help me until I discuss it with them?
  • Leon Kruger on Genesis 1:2
    The earth-already existed. God is the God of excellence. Does he create chaos? For who was the earth originally created? What destroyed earth in the first place? The first ruler was found wanting and was thrown out of Heaven. Did he struck the earth and caused the destruction? Did this caused the 1st flood?
  • NORMA on 2 Samuel 9
    Mephibosheth remained crippled throughout his stay at the Kings house. He was blessed by David to eat continually at his table. My question is was there healing available for Mephibosheth?
  • Jacques on Genesis 19
    It scares me to know Lot 's Wife actually made it in to Zoar AND THEN looked back...Then they wound up going into the mountain anyways as the Angel already commanded . Did anybody realize that the Angels asked if he had "son-in-laws " but not "daughter-in-laws "?...I wonder what his sons had gotten into in a city like that?
  • Grant on Ecclesiastes 9:5
    The wages of sin is death.Death is the oppisite of life.When Lazarus died, Jesus wept.When he was in the tomb for parts of 3 days and was resurrected by Jesus, why didnt Lazarus say "Hey Jesus, why did you bring me back? I was on my way to heaven man! No, he was dead, and the bible says he new nothing.
  • Luís Honório Rodrigues Aquino on John 5:39
    Well I 'd like to know if in the original greek document this verse is an order or a statement. Is it an order to examin the scriptures or is Jesus commenting about a jew habit of reading the scripture in search of everlastin life?
  • Deaon on Acts 1
    judas the brother of james was he a brother of jesus?
  • Deaon on 2 Timothy 3
    doesn 't the first part of this chapter describe this time period?
  • Deaon on 2 Timothy 1
    isn 't god awesome? we need more pauls in this world
  • Joni G on Acts 1
    I wonder why Paul when retelling his story in Acts 22:16 said that he was told by Aninias to arise and be baptized, calling on His Jesus name? The kingdom is also synonymous with the church. We are added to the church, kingdom after we become Christians. Yes, we most certainly believe the whole Bible. Jacob is right when he says who were they talking to. The Jews who had been God 's chosen people needed to believe in Jesus as the Messiah and we are grafted in and become part of the Kingdom, church after becoming Christians. And of course the kingdom is spiritual. Colossians 1:12-15. We are spiritually one with Christ after obeying the gospel. Dwelling in our hearts through faith. Ephesians 3:17 and Ephesians 4:1-7
  • Sue on Ezekiel 13
    THe thing that I have come to realize is this...The dead have already risen...God said to be absent from the body is to be present with the Lord...He also said that he is the God of the living not the dead, and the thief hanging on the cross who accepted Christ was told that THIS day you would be with HIM in paradise. Therefore the dead are already raised and will not come from the grave. There will be no need for this body, they have already discarded it. I too have come to believe that there is no Rapture...those who can not see it must be those who have not ear to hear nor eye to see. The False Christ comes at the 6th trump and Christ at the 7th. We will be here and will not fly away. One question to possibly help those with trouble seeing this I have always had a problem with the scripture that talks about doing things orderly. That God is not the author of confusion...why then when He returns would He create Chaos? It is not His Nature. so if not His Nature what tell His loved ones what to expect.
  • Vanessa on Ephesians 4
    Hello, this verse is very beautiful. I want to display it on my Whatsapp, but I 'm not sure if that is acceptable. Is it okay if I display the images that I like from this website? There are many quotes.
  • Jacob on Acts 1
    We we believe the whole bible but take in consideration to whom it is speaking. Before the cross is O.T. doctrine Heb 9:17. The verse you quoted said covet to PROPHESY. So according to that verse one should ardently want to prophesy. The speaking in tongues was needed at Corinth because Corinth see Acts 18:1 had lots of Jews see verse 2 and there was a synagoge beside the place where they were meeting and Jews require a sign 1 Cor 1:22 and tongues are for a SIGN 1 Cor 14:22. Those are verses in their context. Mark 16 and Acts 2 has baptism associated with salvation because it is the Kingdom gospel being preached by a man names Simon Peter who didn 't even know of the body of Christ mystery. This was revealed to the Apostle Paul Eph 3:1-9. They said what must WE do in Acts 2. This is as a Nation because the KINGDOM is being offered to the JEWISH NATION see Acts 3:19, Rom 11:26-29, Heb 8:8-12, Jer 31:33-34, 33:8,50:20, Dan 9:24. No one is saved like Acts 2:38 again. Acts 16:31 shows how an individual is saved. What must I do to be SAVED? Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ and THOU SHALT BE SAVED.
  • Sandra on Genesis 46
    33 And it shall come to pass, when Pharaoh shall call you, and shall say, What is your occupation? 34 That ye shall say, Thy servants ' trade hath been about cattle from our youth even until now, both we, and also our fathers: that ye may dwell in the land of Goshen for every SHEPARDS is an abomination unto the Egyptians. After Joseph ask his Bros. to say cattle in GEN 47: 3 his bros still say SHEPARDS, could someone explain this to me. Thank you, Sandra
  • Tati on Matthew 9
    Why does todays healings have to be publicised? Is it because of the generation of today that has little faith? they have to see before they believe
  • Fern herbert on 1 Timothy 5
    I didn 't understand the widows role as a christian.would it be wrong for her to marry again? What did the threescore years represent?
  • Tc on Genesis 4
    Why were they allowed to have 2 wives back then?
  • Donna on Leviticus 26:26
    I need to understand why the 10 woman baked manna bread. what was the reason?
  • Jacob on Acts 2
    Around the circle reasoning merry go round we go. Tongues are for a sign 1 Cor 14:22 and Jews require a sign 1Cor 1:22. The Jews in Acts 2 are getting the gospel of the Kingdom preached to them, not the gospel of the Grace of God. The second coming is in view here. Joel 2 was not completely fulfilled. Notice especially that the events of verse 19 and 20 never happend. The signs are there to confirm the word Mark 16:20 because the New Testament wasn 't written yet. No one is saved like Acts 2:38 again. In ch 8 hands are laid. In Acts 10 no baptism required. Acts is a transitional book from the law to pure grace. Peter starts getting straight on his doctrine in Chapter 10 then by Chapter 15 he is convinced that it is by grace through faith. No works Eph 2:8thru9. Rightly divide. Who is the verse talking to? All Scripture is for you but not all is TO you doctrinally. Jesus is always the same, yes. But He certainly deals with men differently in different time periods. You can eat pork today but under the law you couldn 't. Baptism was a part of salvation under the gospel of the Kingdom but not under grace. Acts 2:38 is condemned under the church age Gal 1:8-9.
  • Camie jay on Revelation 20:13
    It seems to me that people will have a second chance.. by their enter this verse what do you think ?
  • Jerry Leonard on Ezekiel 38
    Andrea 's comment about verse 18 on 1-07-2015, 5:19 am... If you asking who Gog is in v.18? I 've aways been told Gog is the prince and Magog is the land of Russia.

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