Bible Questions Page 171

  • B. - in Reply on John 4
    Start with Romans 11. While you?re at it, read Deuteronomy 28, Revelation 2:9, and Revelation 3:9. I hope that helps.
  • Pauline on Proverbs 31
    clearning up the whole church all the time what no help in the church.Why is that?
  • Chuck hinman on John 1:2
    how many times can a person ask for forgiveness for the same sin
  • Vendall - in Reply on Genesis 6
    Because he gave us free will. Even though he gave us his perfect instructions, we make our own decisions and must accept the consequences be they good or bad. Free will! He did not want love that was not freely given...who does?
  • Robert Sefton on Psalms 1
    In Psalms 1, the Word says not to sit in the seat of the scornful. Sometimes when I am watching the national news, I become a little scornful of what the liberal news is trying to promote. My wife gets a little upset at me. Do you think that you could clear this up for me?
  • Sandra Lee - in Reply on Psalms 91
    It makes me SO happy there are some others thinking to do this anointing over their doors! I am still pondering that the ancient times anointing was for one overnight and this is obviously a longer time for this current situation. But all i can think of is "One day is as a thousand years to the Lord, and a thousand years are as one day". Time is irrelevant to the Lord. It is only ours to trust in Him no matter how long it takes, right? "To those who endure to the end..."
  • Jen Jen on Revelation 1
    Revelations chp. 1 which John wrote the book?
  • James - in Reply on Daniel 3
    where was Daniel..... last verse of the last chapter maybe.....just a thought
  • Phyllis A Josleyn - in Reply on 1 Thessalonians 5:17
    What if what you're asking for is not in His Will for you?

    Some adults have yet to let go of childish things. That's basis for many problems across our nation.
  • Dan - in Reply on 1 Thessalonians 1
    All people have done wrong and sinned. Those who think Christians are worse are mistaken, because atheists have created more atrocities, like Hitler, Stalin, Mao Zedong. It doesn't mean their religion is to blame though. Christianity teaches to turn the other cheek and to love others. Killing is a violation. Just because someone violates their religion doesn't mean the religion is somehow to blame. I can't play the piano and if I try to play Mozart and do a bad job, does that mean Mozart was a bad composer? The associations are logical fallacies. Also the crusades were mostly Catholic, in certain part of the world that was recently attacked. So, its false to blame all Christians for it.
  • What do I tell people who think Christians are bad because of the crusades?
  • Renee on Genesis 2
    Do New Testament believers of Jesus Christ plead his blood? I can't find any reference in scripture. Yet, I hear other believers repeating this phrase "I plead the blood over your finances, illness etc". Please help me find scriptural proof. Thank you.
  • Bob Hilt - in Reply on James 1
    Christians do not change their nationality. they were divorced Israel from the beginning.
    like the woman at the well.
    John Chapter 4
    10 Jesus answered and said unto her, If thou knewest the gift of God, and who it is that saith to thee, Give me to drink; thou wouldest have asked of him, and he would have given thee living water.
    11 The woman saith unto him, Sir, thou hast nothing to draw with, and the well is deep: from whence then hast thou that living water?
    12 Art thou greater than our father Jacob, which gave us the well,...(Jacob's name became ISRAEL)

    13 Jesus answered and said unto her, Whosoever drinketh of this water shall thirst again
    Jesus never told her she was not an Israelite
  • Ronald Brady on Luke 6:12
    Did Jesus select his disciples prior to his all night pray with God on the mountainside or had He chosen them and was praying for God's devine blessing? Does the bible describe anywhere any of Jesus' requests of God or only that He was seeking His blessing and loved communicating with his Father?
  • Elias on 1 John 4
    Genesis 3:15 I was taught that Christians will bruise the serpent's head, but am I reading scriptures otherwise?: "Bruise thy head" and "Bruise his heel" There must be new testament prophecy fulfilled regarding Genesis 3:15?
  • Oyindamola Omolale - in Reply on Hosea 6
    Hmmmm,how are you sure jesus eeaveled himself 32Ad?
  • JB MAC on 1 Thessalonians 1
    Why have you removed the word "wine skins" and replaced it with "wine bottles"? And would you please return the bible to its original form?. It is not wise to tamper with God's word. Please repent and correct it.

    Thank you.
    jb mac.
  • Jesse - in Reply on 1 Thessalonians 1
    None of us have the right to tell someone they are going to hell because they are Catholic and they pray to Mary, even though we are to pray to God alone through Jesus Christ. A more proper approach would have been to show them what the Bible teaches about prayer, and who we are to pray to. You asked some great questions, but did you ask them if they ever received Christ and been born of His Spirit? Even though they answered yes to all your questions, belief in itself does not save them. A person must receive Jesus Christ in order to be saved.
    Can we tell someone they will end up in hell? Yes! If someone flat out rejects Christ, we have the authority to tell them that will end up in hell.
  • Dave on Ezekiel 13
    what about Ezekiel 13:20 ? I am against your pillows, who hunt souls to make them fly
  • David on Mark 16:15
    Is this Coronavirus going to end the world as we know it or is God coming back to take all whom have been saved by his grace to Heaven
  • Curtis Stewart - in Reply on James 1
    You cannot change your nationality, simply because you have accepted Christ. No scripture says that. And please read from verse 1 to see WHO the subject matter is..its all about the descendants Jacob(whose name was changed to "Israel.)
    If i moved to China, adopted Buddhism, did all the religious practices, etc..do i suddenly become a Chinese person? No, thats not possible. Its people who make up this nonsense in "christianity" wants to believe that they suddenly become an Israelites just because they accepted Christ. Thats nonsense. In fact, THESE are the people the Scripture refers to: Romans 9:4 "Who are Israelites, to whom pertaineth the adoption,and the glory, and the covenants,..etc
  • Curtis Stewart - in Reply on James 1
    Yes, What you have said is all true, because its the word of The Most High. The problem though, is when we read a Book, ANY Book, and is not aware of the subject matter or character in the book, else HOW can we understand the story? In the entire Bible, the subject matter is ISRAEL, and not EVERYONE in the world. Therefore, no matter where you read, youll begin to notice, it was always about the descendants of Jacob(whose name was changed to "Israel"). The new and Old Covenants was with Abraham and his descendants, not with everyone in the world!!
  • Benji - in Reply on 1 Thessalonians 1
    (This continues my last comment)Also you're right. People are damned for not believing the Gospel. But you have a different Gospel. The Gospel does not include Baptism. In fact despite tons of scriptures explaining Salvation is not of works and even in Gods definition of the Gospel 1 Corinth. 15:1-4 not including Baptism. We also have an example of someone saved without Baptism. Remember the thief? "But wait he was saved in the Old covenant"...not quite. Luke was not the last we heard of the thief. Look in John 19:31-33 It shows clearly that the thief was alive AFTER Christ Death and therefore not only was he saved without Baptism but it was also in the new covenant
  • Benji - in Reply on 1 Thessalonians 1
    David, "Water" is referring to flesh birth, Read John:3:6 with John 3:5. Jesus just explained the 2 births to Nic. One flesh, one Spiritual. And Of course, the flesh isn't what makes us born again. Jesus was not presenting these 2 births as joined means of Salvation. He hadn't explained how to be born again yet. He's just explaining what the 2 births are. Which obviously the first is natural birth because if I'm being born again by the spirit evidently I must've had a first birth. Was my first birth by the Spirit? No last time I was born was in the flesh. The Womb. (And it's not far off to say by water because when a baby is about to be born what normally happens? The Water breaks.) cont....
  • Don on Revelation 4
    was the four books of the gospel (Matt., Mark, Luke and John) written for unbelievers or believers (scripture chapters and verses)?
    was the epistles written for unbelievers or believers (scripture chapters and verses)?
  • Anon - in Reply on Matthew 5
    Why not delay it until after marriage?
  • Fred Scanlan on Mark 3
    What does it mean unforgivable sin against the holy Ghost? What does it mean to bind a strong man? In the next chapter Christ says when your faith is planted in good ground ,He says some will grow 30, some 60, some 100 fold. The revelation of Jesus Christ will have free course and grow,it is Only when we deny him, and allow the strong one to bind our faith, even unto spiritual death ,that their can be no forgiveness of sin. He says to him that has,even more shall be given to Him, also It is impossible for those who were once enlightened, If they shall fall away, to renew them again unto repentance; seeing they crucify to themselves the Son of God afresh, and put him to an open shame.
  • Fred Scanlan - in Reply on Luke 4
    I didn't know the law allowed u to throw people off a cliff on the sabbath. To do good or evil?
  • Sue Curry on Hebrews 2:4
    How does one discern Signs and Wonders from God above, or from evil spirits?

    Jesus said there will be no signs except the Sign of Jonah. Jesus fulfilled that sign with His Ressurrection. The other Sign of Jonah is preaching the Word.

    So these TV Preachers are faking healings, visions, tongues, etc...

    If there really was a sign, I wouldn't believe it.

    Your response, please!
  • Sam on Isaiah 2
    How is nonconsensual sex (rape) veiwed in the bible I'm seeking advice on how to comfort my significant other and dont quite know how but I know their very religious and would normally talk to their preist (adoptive parent) about it but this is such a touchy subject they dont want to tell them quite yet please help


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