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  • Mark on John 1
    If Jesus was God in Holy bodily form here on earth, Why would the scripture that No man could look upon Gods face and live not apply? What happened for us to be able to look upon God 's face and live? Did the Holy body hid Gods true identity? Did Gods Identity change so that we may look upon his face?
  • Samuel elamu on John 10:7
    Which denomination can lead me to the right way to jesus ?
  • Samuel elamu on Revelation 10:10
    Eat it up, and the angels name not given ?
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Genesis 2
    Hello Word Can you give us an example of where God is referring to men as trees? Now I know that in Mark 8 34 it states the following And he looked up, and said, I see men as trees, walking. However, this is not Jesus Christ talking this is the blind man that Jesus just healed. Mark is giving the account of what happened. If you read Verse 23 after Jesus spit on his eyes and put his hands upon him, he asked him if he saw ought. Then the blind man answered in Verse 24. Could you tell me where it states that any of the trees could think? When I read about the tree of knowledge of good and evil this does not mean that the tree could think this means that if a person at off of the tree their mind would be opened up unto good and evil. And in Judges Chapter 9 Jotham is making parables.
  • Mark on John 1
    I am trying to understand, maybe a better way to explain office would be to say position or authority,Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh. He holds the position or authority of the son. He holds the position or authority of the Father. He holds the position or authority of the Holy Ghost. All three positions or authorities are held by the one being Jesus Christ. I will try to guess what you are saying. God and the Holy Ghost coexisted in heaven as one being, without bodily form I am guessing, Then God created a Holy fleshly body indwelt that body and called it his son Jesus, now all three are in one Holy fleshly body. Now, in Jesus dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily being God as the highest position or authority. then Jesus sacrifices himself and is resurrected returns to heaven as Jesus in his Holy bodily form being the highest position or authority as God and then sends back the Holy Ghost. Am I correct?
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Matthew 28
    Hello Blessing The trinity and the Godhead are two different things. See those who believe in the trinity believe that there are three separate beings in the Godhead to worship. The Trinitarian believer does not believe that the Son, the Father, and the Holy Ghost are one being. The Trinitarian believer believes that Jesus Christ the son of God dwells in the Godhead with two other beings. The scripture states that in Jesus Christ dwell the fullness of the Godhead bodily, Colossians 2 9 For in him dwelleth all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. This scripture does not state that Jesus dwells in the Godhead with two other beings. This means that in him, in his very being, dwells all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. 1 Timothy 3 16 And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness God was manifested in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. Who was manifested in the flesh? Who in Jerusalem was taken up before the day of Pentecost? The answer is Jesus Christ. There are no three beings in the Godhead there is only one and his name is Jesus Christ. It is a mystery, but Jesus Christ is one being that holds all three offices.
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on John 1
    Hello Mark and Ar I would like to say this to sum it up. Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh. He holds the office of the son. He holds the office of the Father. He holds the office of the Holy Ghost. All three offices are held by the one being Jesus Christ. He is God manifested in the flesh. I have always maintained and stated this. 1 Timothy 3 16. And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory. Who was conceived in the womb? Who was born of a woman? Who was born in the flesh? Who was received up into glory before the day of Pentecost? The answer is Jesus Christ. When the scripture states that it is a mystery, this means that to some it is a mystery. They do not understand that Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh. "
  • Shereeka on Deuteronomy 18
    "Prophet a person regarded as an inspired teacher or proclaimer of the will of God. " Is it not possible that Jesus was indeed a prophet for he did teach us the will of God however, he is not just a prophet but also the son of God?? This is a question and not a statement
  • Sheri on John 4
    How do we worship God in spirit and in truth?
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Acts 2
    Hello James I do not understand the correlation that you are making between Titus 3 10. Have I spoken something that is not written? The answer is no. Everything I have quoted has come from the word of God. I did not write the Book of Acts. Luke, one of the Apostles, wrote the Book of Acts. He recounted what Peter stated on the day of Pentecost. Peter response to those individuals on the day of Pentecost tells them how to be saved. I quoted exactly from the Bible what Jesus told Nicodemus about being born again. I have experienced Acts 2 38. I know beyond a shadow of a doubt that I am in the truth. I know what I am speaking is the truth, because I have quoted directly from the word of God. I will pray for you as well that if you have not followed Acts 2 38 that you will.
  • Mark on John 1
    Evangelist Chatauna Robinson, Thanks, I am understanding that you are saying that Jesus was born a human like you and I and God indwelt him thereby manifesting himself in the flesh and called the flesh his Son. Is my understanding correct? Is my understanding correct that you do not believe Jesus became God 's son at the time of conception of Mary when the Holy Ghost came upon her and the power of the Highest overshadowed her as in Luke 1,35 Therefore also that Holy thing which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God? At the time conception, do you believe that there were 2 separate beings spirits involved in the process or are you saying that the Holy Ghost is the power of the highest? To me there was 2 separate actions that took place by two separate beings spirits 1 being the Holy Ghost that came upon her and 2 being the power of the Highest that overshadowed her. Thereby the result being that Jesus was born Holy begotten of Mary and in him dwelleth completed all the fullness of the Godhead bodily. I believe there are 3 separate beings spirits that is not a mystery to me. 1 Corinthians 14 27 explains many members of one body.
  • Syed Abbas on Job 25
    My question is on following points, 4. How then can man be justified with God? or how can he be clean that is born of a woman? 6. How much less man, that is a worm? and the son of man, which is a worm? When no man born of a woman can be clean and can never be a GOD then how can Jesus born to Marry Hazrat Mariam pbuh, can be a GOD?
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Hebrews 13
    Part 1 of 2 Hello Sky Job 14 1 Man that is born of a woman is of few days, and full of trouble. I believe that there are three forms in which testing come to a person. One form is through Satan the enemy of both God and man. See his job is to seek and devour. He will use any means necessary. 1 Peter 5 8 Be sober, be vigilant because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour . Now does this mean that Satan is the total enemy of man? No, and this brings me to the second form in which testing come to a person. This form is people. People always want to blame Satan for bad behavior, but sometimes it is just people wicked thoughts and their carnal minds that cause trouble for themselves as well as for others. We have a choice whether to do good or evil this is still in man s nature. Sometimes people, without the help of Satan, choose to do evil. This is why the scripture states you will reap what you have sown. This is why the scripture states that a carnal mind is an enmity to God, Romans 8 7 and 1 Corinthians 3 3. The word enmity means the state of feeling of being actively opposed or hostile to someone or something .
  • Ar on John 1
    Evangelist Robinson, Does the Bible you read write the following verse in the chapters mentioned underneath? I quote A. John Ch 3 verse 16 For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. B. Mat Ch 3 vrs 16 And Jesus, when he was baptized, went up straightway out of the water and, lo, the heavens were opened unto him, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, and lighting upon him 17 And lo a voice from heaven, saying, This is my beloved Son, in whom I am well pleased. C. Mat.26 verse 42 who was Jesus praying to? to Himself? If you believe what you are teaching, keep them to yourself. The Bible is very clear about Father, Son and the Holy Spirit. the Word is TRINITY. You have contradicted yourself so many times on these pages. but I think it will be best to ignore your remarks and that 's what I am going to do from now on.
  • Justsomeguy151 on Judges 19:29
    What an ugly verse. Why did he murder her? Why did he cut her into pieces? Why did he allow her to be raped all night? What was the point of this horrific story?
  • Mark on Genesis 6
    I was just wondering why the name Noah was changed to Noe in the New Testament? Anyone Noah why?
  • Anonymous on Genesis 28
    I would like to know also why was Joseph blessed after doing wilfully wrong?
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on John 1
    Hello Mark I am saying is that the Omnipotent God that made the Heavens and the Earth, decided to come into this world as a human, robe himself in flesh and walked among us. He called the flesh that he came in son, because he created this vessel born of a woman. He begot this vessel with Mary. 1 Timothy 3 16 stated the following "And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit, seen of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world, received up into glory . When you read this scripture very carefully, it states plainly that it is a mystery. God was manifest in the flesh. Who was in the flesh? Was it not Jesus Christ? So this is stating that Jesus Christ is God manifested in the flesh. Then the last part of this scripture states that .received up into glory. Who was received up into glory in Jerusalem before the Holy Ghost fell in Acts 1 11? Was it not Jesus Christ? I believe that there is a son because the Bible says so you cannot deny this. However, I also believe that in this son, that is called Jesus Christ, dwelleth all the fullness of the godhead bodily. There are no three separate beings in the Godhead. There is only one, Colossians 2 9.
  • Bill on Galatians 4:29
    It is no wonder that for the next thirteen years of Abraham s life, Scripture records no actions of faith on Abraham s part. No revelation from God. No apparent fellowship with the Lord. No mention of prayers or sacrifices made. Thirteen years of spiritual barrenness wasted years! But why? Ishmael was the son Abraham produced of his own self effort, his own fleshly dependence, his own human thinking. Ishmael was not the son of promise, the miraculous child that God would bring of divine intervention. Ishmael represents the flesh, whereas Isaac represents the Spirit Gal. 4 28 31 .
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Acts 2
    Hello Robert The water that is spoken of by Jesus in these scriptures are not talking about the birth water that we are in while being carried in our mother s womb. This water is the baptism that is spoken of in Acts 2 38. In John Chapter 3, Nicodemus already had asked the question, John 3 4 Nicodemus saith unto him, How can a man be born when he is old? Can he enter the second time into his mother s womb, and be born? Then Jesus answered Verses 5 thru 8. If you look at verse 6 Jesus made the distinction of what he was talking about, He said that which is born of flesh is flesh and that which is born of spirit is spirit. Flesh and blood will not enter into the kingdom of heaven this is why those who have taken on the name of Jesus Christ will be changed in the moment in the twinkling of an eye.
  • Mark on John 1
    Evangelist Chatauna Robinson, Help me to be clear on what you are saying. My understanding of what you are saying is, That Jesus is not God 's son, That God did not have a son, instead God manifested himself in the flesh, returned to heaven and sent back the Holy Ghost. Is my understanding of what you are saying correct?
  • Ben Campbell on Job 38
    verse 22 or Has thou seen the treasures of the hail? Yes, see A YouTube video about the work of Dr Masaru Emoto Then read verse 23 and tremble.
  • Donna George on Genesis 24
    I believe the veil is used when you are about to be married, as Rebekah knew she had met the man that would have been her husband. It is probably not to be used in all instances. I believe it is used correctly by the Christians? Because it was not said that she was wearing it before she met her husband
  • James on Acts 2
    Also, what was the lady doing speaking in tongues in the assembly in the first place? See 1 Cor 14 34. Let your women keep silence in the chruches The context here is speaking with tongues or languages. Looks like it was a different spirit leading there 2 Cor 11 4.
  • Carman on Genesis 15
    PART 2. Why does God show Abrahm his will or thought,but puts him in a deep sleep at another time? Can someone respond?
  • Samson Emmanuel on Acts 13
    If i recall back in verse 32 paul said "and we declare unto you a glad tidings " the question here is that, have you heard the glad tidings or have you recieved the glag tidings?
  • Richard Uff on Exodus 4:11
    This verse has been of great concern to me ever since I came across it. I am fully aware that it is not in God 's nature to make things that aren 't perfect, but here is the sentence "Is it not I, the Lord? " Which would appear to have God admitting that He makes people with infirmities on a whim. I believe this is where the idea that God gives out this sort of condition to teach people things. For someone such as myself, who believes in a perfect God, full of love and grace, I am aware that there must be a deep theological explanation to this statement, but as yet I haven 't come across a satisfactory one, and I 'm keen to find it. I really want to get to the bottom of this, so that I might have answers when talking to people. It does not effect my relationship with Him, but to be able to explain that point to others would be a great help to me.
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Acts 2
    The choice they made to sell all they had and split it throughout the people was a good thing. They continued and praise the Lord. I remember when churches used to have dinners and support people in need. Some are still able to do this, but others are not, because people have lost their jobs and have little to no income. However, when their worship was over they went their separate ways teaching and preaching the gossip. Just think if all of those rich people who call themselves Christians would sell all they have or share what they have equally, like they did back then, there would not be anyone in need. Remember having a choice and being required to do something is different. I do not have anything to really sell and share, however what I do is pay my tithes and offering this is the only thing that God requires man to do. Have you sold everything and split it with others in need?
  • John Edwards on Matthew 24:40
    It seems that even though many hold these verses to be the or a cornerstone for the rapture, dialogue with other Bible scholars do not bring up the "rapture " in their discourse. Adam Clark 1825 states "The meaning seems to be, that so general should these calamities be, that no two persons ... should both be able to effect their escape and that captivity and the sword should have a complete triumph over this unhappy people. " No where in Clarks commentary does he say, "This is the lift off of the saints before Christs ' second coming. " So what are we to know, is there a "rapture " or is there not? I am still looking.
  • Josh on John 15:19
    Why does it seem like most of Christ 's rejecters are IN crowders? Well, I know if I was in the in crowd id be too proud to admit that I have any problems. Id be pushing away all the soulwinners. When the world respects you, your relationship with God won 't be very good. food for thought

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