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  • KB on Psalms 23:6
    Isn 't it such a joy in this verse? Goodness and Mercy shall follow me, all the days of my life. And I shall dwell in the house of the Lord forever.
  • KB on Psalms 23:4
    If God can be for us, what and who can be against us?? Nothing to fear! Move on with your life!
  • Breanna on Philippians 3:19
    Is it possible that destruction just means physical death? Why would we assume that it means hell?
  • Beth on Luke 4:18
    Why do several translations leave out "heal the broken hearted "?
  • Eugene on Exodus 4:7
    What is the true color of Moses ?
  • Grant on John 1:1
    Trinitarian Alert If your God is Jesus, and he died for us, who raised him from the state where he could do nothing? His father raised him. Gal 1 1 Why was Jesus unable to raise himself? He was dead! Eccl 9 5. Trinitairians, your God died! My God has never died.Your God doesnt know when the last hour is. by his own addmission.Mark 13 32 My God knows everything.
  • Rev. Autrey on Jeremiah 3
    We can 't understand the Lord 's Prayer until we understand that Jesus is talking about himself as the God the Jews knew as their Father. They called him YHWH GOD or the I AM, based on the knowledge Moses Gave them. But Paul said that that God was Chirst. 'For they all drank from the same miraclous rock that followed them, and that Rock was Christ. ' Listen to what Jesus as God said to the people in Jeremiah 3. 'I thought to myself, I would love to treat you as my own children! I wanted nothing more than to give you this beautiful land, the finest inheritance in the world. I looked forward to you calling me Father. ... ' The point is, Jesus is telling the Jews, and us, too, that he is God, coming to save his people. And until we accept him this way, we can have no salvation. Then what of THE FATHER? THE FATHER was not known to us until Jesus made him known during his ministry. Jesus was saying to us that there is another personality of God besies me. He is THE FATHER, and I want you to know him. But tell him I sent you. He loves you dearly and cares for you just as much as I do. But do not try to use him to bypass me. I am the way God speaks to you and always will be. Come unto me to be saved. Yes, call on my name and I will save you. Jesus loves you!
  • Oliver kunihira on Genesis 1
    did God choose lucifer to disobey him of all engels???
  • No matter how it 's translated, no matter what biblical, socioeconomic lens one chooses to view that chapter and verse, the foundational understanding that should be considered is how much of the three yea four are displayed in the totality of our lives? Love is God, therefore Love empowers, infuses our Faith, Hope Charity, to individually and corporately exist in the concerns of this world. They are individually wrapped together in the same bonding affect effect of the heart of Jesus Christ. Wouldn 't you agree?
  • Caitlin on Genesis 1
    Genesis 1 27 says that God created humankind, both male and female. But Adam isn 't created until Genesis chapter 2, and Eve is created after he was...I 'm confused??
  • Please note that in verse 13 Paul asks the question was Paul crucified for you or were you baptized in the name of Paul? Of course what is intended here is that Jesus was crucified for them and they were baptized in the name of Jesus. We also know through reading I Corinthians that they were baptized with the Holy Spirit, ICor 12 13. How then was the Corinthian church saved? Repentance, baptism in the name of Jesus and receiving the Holy Spirit. This is the same message preached by Peter in Acts 2 38 and the same saving plan of salvation taken on by the Samaritans in Acts 8, Paul in Acts 9, Gentiles in Acts 10, Ephesians in Acts 19 and the Jews in Acts 2.
  • Rev. Autrey on Luke 1:45
    Luke 1 reads, 'What an honor this is, that the mother of my Lord should visit me! ' The only Lord Elizabeth knew was YHWH GOD of the Old Testament. So this is the God she was talking about. And she called Mary the mother of this God. Then she said that her baby shouted for joy because God 's mother was near her. It can 't be no other way! Elizabeth was refering to Paslm 88, versse 1, where David said of God, 'O Jehovah, God of my salvation, I have wept before you day and night. ' Please tell me if I am wrong. But isn 't Jesus the one who saves us? Then Jesus is the God David is talking about. People get confused because they forget that God has two other personalities besides Jesus. But only through Jesus does he save us. The Father, then, is the way God directs his affairs, but he is not the way God saves us. This is only done through Jesus. May God open pur hearts to understand!
  • Priscilla on Ezekiel 37:22
    God knows I stand for Israel God 's beloved. And may He forgive me for thinking Ishmael is part of His beloved through Abraham. This scripture as my layman mind reads is that neither Israel or Palestine have no claim separately, but as one?
  • Nkosinathi Ngulube on Genesis 1:1
    To S Stephen 's and Rod 's comments God 's foolishness, if permit He me, surpasses science and or human intelligence. He has made it so that only a chosen few may believe , in faith ,in all His doing.We can lobby and parade about sciences and big bangs because of the intentions of lucifer 's deciet.l believe God never ever created anything by error or in error.Who am l, insignificant before Him, can dare point out, according to my limited science and intelligence, how things were created besides what the word says?.Even Moses himself could only see and or know as far as God allowed him to, thus when He, Elohim says " ask for anytning ", We His folk boldly ask Him to reveal the secrets of His mysteries to us, and what He does not reveal to us now urges us to win this race of righteousness so that when we live eternally in His Kingdom, all hidden things shall be laid bare.
  • Jan on Isaiah 46
    The economy of our nation, speaks well of those who have contributed much in measured investments which will vary day to day, and does not remain the same. To trust in the value is in itself a risk without belief in the revealed Messiah as explained in this verse, if you compare carefully with the events which had taken place during the Roman occupation of Israel when JESUS CHRIST had been in town, and a Roman judgement of being crucified well documented by inspirational documentation in New Testament writings, being forsaken and yet mute to those accusing. He will not have this happen to me in my old age, as long as I REMEMBER who saved my soul. Why trust anything else?
  • Alvis on Proverbs 3:6
    In the URL that led to this page, I read that "all " means everything. If "all " means everything or in another case of "everybody " then there is a problem with salvation coming to pass. The phrase "for all have sinned and come short of the glory of God ", cannot mean everyone, for if it be so, then, how did the gospel ever come about since everyone or all were sinning?
  • Anonymous on Revelation 4:7
    Who are these 4 beasts in our understanding. What do they represent in really Christian life. Are they God glory?
  • Graham on Acts 19
    The beginning of chapter 19 1 7 shows the way of salvation. Simply put it was believe repent baptism in the name of Jesus and receiving the Holy Spirit speaking in other tongues as the spirit gives the utterance. This is the same message that Peter preached in Acts 2 38. Notice that the Ephesus disciples received the Holy Spirit after water baptism. If baptism was only an outward expression of an inward change showing what 's already happened on the inside a person would never receive the Holy Spirit after water baptism, but always before. Belief did not save the Epesians, for if it did, they would have already been saved and filled with the Holy Spirit. If one automatically receives the Holy Spirit upon believism, which is commonly taught, than there would be no need to even ask the question "Did you receive the Holy Spirit when you believed? " No, it wasn 't until after water baptism that they received the Holy Spirit. These Ephesian disciples were saved by the death, burial and ressurection of Jesus Christ. Death repentance, Burial baptism ressurection receiving the Holy Spirit. The same saving faith of the Samariatans in Acts 8, Gentiles in Acts 10. Paul in Acts 9 also read Acts 22 Jews in Acts 2.
  • Kristen on Genesis 6:2
    I believe what Butch has said to be as close to the truth. It explains things spoofed off as myths to be facts. Including the pyramids, the giants fought by David, Joshua, etc. Skeletal remains have been found all over the planet of 10 foot larger. Elijah was taken away by a chariot of fire UFO? Endtime prophecy with DNA tampering by demonic influence to destroy mankind. Look around you an see it
  • Oswin on Matthew 13
    The Bible is a communication from God. Accept His Word as it simply states. Humans tend to want to change God 's Word to their individual preferences. Before reading the Bible, it 's best to first decide to erase what we think we already know as the truth. Unfortunately by the time most of us get to study the Bible, we have already been brought up with many untruth. If we can 't even accept what the Bible says here, how will we understand deeper things? Of course the Bible states Joseph waited till Jesus was born before having sex with Mary. Of course she was no longer a virgin after that, anymore than any other married couple. BUT THE REAL POINT THAT GOD IS MAKING ISN 'T ABOUT MARY. IT 'S ABOUT JESUS!! THE WHOLE BIBLE MESSAGE ISN 'T ABOUT MARY, IT 'S ABOUT JESUS. Hence us humans get easily distracted about what Yahweh 's real message is about. Hence the 2000 different groups of supposed 'christian ' groups.
  • Paul E Lannaghan on Psalms 7
    Do not seek to be blessed, but rather to be a blessing. For our needs are taken care of daily, what more do we have need of? My life is lived to serve the Lord, not my own desires, and yet, "my desire " is to do what is pleasing to my Heavenly Father. Therefore, my desires are being met, because my heart is to please the Lord, all the days of my life, not my own life.
  • Rev. Autrey on Psalms 18:30
    Everyone knows that only God can save us. So if we say that Jesus is not God, then Jesus can 't be save us. So how do we explain this? The answer is, Jesus and God are one and the same. Thomas knew this when he said to Jesus, 'My Lord and my God. ' Paul knew it, too, when he called Jesus 'God our Savior. John knew it also when he said in John 1, verse 2, '... and the Word was God. ' So why don 't we know it today. It is because we have been deceived by Satan. Satan knows that if we say that God did not fulfill his promise to by coming as Jesus, then by default, we are saying that he, Satan, is God. We only have two choices, God as Jesus or Satan.I can say it no other way. We can say this is not true, but it is. There is no other way to explain the stubborn resistance God 's own people have to the name of Jesus. I will give you Psalm 18, verses 30 and 31, to prove my point. 'What a God he is! How perfect in every way! All his promises are true. He is a shield for everyone who hides behind him. For who is God exect our Lord? Who but he is a Rock? The point is, Jesus is the Rock an which we build. But people will say, what about the Father? Isn 't he God? The answer is, Yes he is. He is the way God directs his affairs. Jesus said so. But Jesus is always the way God speaks to us and saves us. Ask God to help you understand!
  • Gloria on Isaiah 37
    Grant, What trouble are you talking about? I know you are refering to the Christian 's believe about the Trinity. That is, God the Father, God the Son and God the HolyGhost. Pls, relax with what you believe and leave the Christians alone who believe in Trinity. If you know the word of God, you will not argue about the Trinity. Christians do not believe in three gods but base their believe on three personalities in one GOD ok. After the fall of man, man lost his relationship with his maker Gen. 3 . God out of His goodness and mercy, sent His only begotten son Jesus Christ to redeem and reconcile man back to Himself John 3 16 . He came in the nature of man in order to relate well with His creature.Jesus exist before the world came into being John 1 The sacrifice He made on the cross paid the utmost price for humanity and anyone who believes and accept Jesus as his or her saviour and Lord, will be saved. Then God will send the third person in Trinity the HolyGhost to guide and direct him or her in righeousness of our Lord Jesus. Thanks.
  • Thelma Rountree on Ephesians 6
    Ephesians 6 was chosen to send to my sister who is having a hard time losing her spiritual mentors husband and wife this past year. Sometimes can we love too much? My sis told me this about a month ago. I saw Ephesians 6 in the Bible and it seemed to be the Chapter for her struggle.
  • Ken on Mark 9:48
    What is meant by "their worm "?
  • Steve Nowl on Isaiah 65:8
    I 've gone round n ' round with this with my asking wether the water turned to wine...... Was it new or old fermented wine? If you ask a Jew, he would most certainly answer fermented wine since their weddings are days in length....... And again, asking a westerner Christian, "it can 't be wine if its not fermented "! Of course the wine having been taisted was said to be, best....... My question wine in context translation, new or old wine? And when did God make something old out of something new other than the earth........? Aloha, Steve
  • Pls what is the biblical meaning of Bilhan?
  • Rev. Autrey on Psalms 27
    Psalm 27, verse 1, says, 'The Lord is my light and my salvation, whom shall I fear? ' This speaks of the time when God would be born into the world as Jesus to give his life as a ransom to pay for our sins. So please saints, let 's stop thinking of God as Jesus as a sugardaddy, or someone whose only function is to help us have a good day. God days are good in the temporal sense. But if your sins are not removed, you will still go to hell. And in hell you will burn forever. See the point! Yes, it was God who was born into the world that Christmas day, and he called himself Jesus. But you may say, what of the Father. The Father is God 's other personality. Jesus spoke of him as the way God directs his affairs. And, yet, there is a third personality of God, the Holy Spirit. The Holy Spirit is the way God inspires us to believe in what he is doing as Jesus. But in all cases, Jesus is the way God speaks to us, and the way God saves us. God help us to understand!
  • Rev. Autrey on Isaiah 44
    In Isiah 44. verse 22, God says, 'I have blotted out your sins. They are gone like the morning mist at noon! Oh, return to me, for I have paid the price to set you free. ... ' Didn 't Jesus blot out our sins, and pay the price to set us free? This means that Jesus is the Old Testsament God who said these things. The trouble is, we just do not want to admit this. We perfer to believe that there are two Gods, a big one and a little one. But this is not true. God is one God. And just because he calls himself the Father or the Son does not change this fact. Let 's put it this way. When God decided to come into the world he called himself the Father. But when he came he called himself the Son. But God is always this way because he is alwsys making decisions, and always doing things. But the fact remains that when God walked on earth he did it as Jesus the Son. That is why the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are all about what God as Jesus did and said. If you have trouble believing this ask God to help you!
  • Rev. Autrey on Psalms 68:19
    One of the greatest proofs that Jesus is the God of the Old Testament is Psalm 68, verse 19. It reads, 'What a glorious Lord! He who daily bears our burdens and also gives us salvation. He frees us! He rescues us from death. ' Let 's look at the term 'gives us salvation. ' Isn 't Jesus our Savior? This means that Jesus is the one spoken of as our 'Glorious Lord. ' We can 't have it no other way. Listen people! There is only one God. Not two Gods, or a big God and a little God. God is One. And just because he calls himself the Father or the Son does not change this fact. That is, when God decided to come into the world and save us, he called himself the Father. And when he came he called himself the Son. I say again, we are talking about the same God. Jesus proved this when he said in John 10, 'The Father abd I are one. ' And again in John 14 when he said, 'If you had known me, you would have known who my Father is. From now on you know him and have seen him. ' And again, 'Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father. ' How much clearer can we make this? But in all cases, when God speaks to us he always speaks as the Son Jesus. That is why the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John are all about Jesus. If you have trouble with this, please ask God to help you understand!

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