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  • Betty Dean on Matthew 24
    I have read, the comments on this chapter They are all wrong, there is no rapture before the tribulation. Are you going to believe Jesus or whatever man tells you? Jesus said after the tribulation of those days,the sun will not give it 's light,nor the moon.The stars will fall from the sky.then you will see the sign of the son of man coming in the clouds. The elect, the church will go through the tribulation .why the warning if they are not going to be here? Study the 7th trumpet sounds.
  • Romeo Alpha on Exodus 5
    Who is the Lord , that l should obey his voice to let Israel go? Lucifer and Nebuchadnezzar 's character which is not to be desired at all.God has given us enough evidence of his existence and it can not denied.
  • Samuel suping on Psalms 127
    It is very true that if I put all my trust in a person, where will I get help when that person is dead? It is wise to put all my trust in the ever lasting God who is Alpha and Omega.
  • Joyce on Genesis 3:10
    Can the word "afraid " be substituted with the word "ashamed " accurately? Thank you. Joyce
  • Prisca on Mark 16
    what day is the true sabbath?
  • Pastor T on 1 Corinthians 7:14
    We had this same discussion at my church, the bible says that when we marry we become as one spirit.... remember light overcomes dark any day, greater is he that is in you than he that is in the world. So, my perception is this if we are one spirit than the God in the holy one overtakes the darkness of the other!! Also the bible says how can two walk together except they agree at some point the unsaved one must have a lil belief I think or he or she wouldn 't be married to the holier one so maybe they have as much belief as a mustard seed but are not ready to live the life??? I 'm just speculating. But to finish my thought I do believe that if the other party dies before excepting Jesus in their lives I believe God still receives them unto him self even if he puts them in a lower level of heaven an not the Hollies of Hollies, because that person loved the holy individual just like Christ loved the church so in return they loved on Jesus throughout their marriage!!By the way..... my unsaved husband eventually gave his life to the Lord, thank you Jesus!!! For saving both of us Eight and counting for me and one year and a few months for him .... Praise the Lord!!!!
  • Joseph on Deuteronomy 22:5
    Could it be that many times man tries to put the Bible into culture removing the true meaning of scripture? The truth is that neither men not women wore britches when God gave this passage to Moses. Both the man and the woman word robes. What was different was that a man wore an outer garment called a girdle. The girdle was an outer belt like garment that the man would use for two purposes. One he would gird up his loins to run in battle secondly he would gird up his loins to work in the field. The rest of the time the girdle would be worn around his waist ready for use. The woman did not wear a girdle or bind her garment at the waist. In do so you show the beautiful figure that God gave to the woman. I believe God wants that figure covered except for her husband. In Genesis, God clothed Adam and Eve covered them with coats of skins. Which the word coat meanse a drapped garment. Man had his own standard, aprons of fig leaves. Aprons are a wide belt. Yet in the presence of a Holy God those coverings of man were not sufficent. God knows that lust is created in man through sight. Seeing women and their beautiful figure was meant for the husband and wife to enjoy. God states that the woman or the man that dresses like the other would cause great confusion and lust. Those that have trusted Jesus Christ as their Saviour will one day wear white robes of righteousness. We will not wear pants and shorts and worse in Heaven.
  • Bryan Petree on 1 Chronicles 1
    When you read Genesis 24 50 isn 't Laban and Bethuel Ishmeal son 's?
  • Eddy A. Flick on 1 Corinthians 15
    The Resurrection is the hope of each and of all the Lord 's children elected in Christ before the foundation of the world. Indeed all of those that have partaken of death, sometimes in great agony, horrible pain, in terrifying fear, and some in calmness of soul, in a quiet and peaceful moment slip out of this world in death, shall be raised in newness of life everlasting. Who says the child of God 's lot in life is a dreary outlook? No, No. a thousand times NO! It will be GLORIOUS!
  • JaySun on Matthew 7:1
    "Judge not, lest ye be judged. " Be careful what you wish for because you just might get it. Be careful what you think and feel and project outward into the world from what is inside your thoughts, heart and mind because the world will become that in which you desire most. As human beings, our power is immense, limitless and all pervading just as the Father, Son and the Holy Spirit 's. Our compassionate brother Jesus Christ forewarned us of what we keep in our hearts and minds and the assessments and judgements we make about our life and the lives of others for our world around will become a direct reflection and manifestation of those judgements that we keep in our hearts and minds. Judge not lest ye be judged, except for Jesus...he can judge though right? Now why would Jesus warn us "judge not lest ye be judged, " if he himself was and is judging us by all of our thoughts, feeling and actions? It would be quite hypocritical for our Lord and Savior to be not practicing what he preached. Feel the words, try not to interpret them. Feel the Love, not analyze the hate.
  • Grant on Luke 4:6
    Irene asked about Satens authority that was delivered him or given to him and where can she find it in scripture. Remember where Satan came from, heaven! There is no death in heaven. Saten and his demons were kicked out of heaven and have beaten death to this day. Who in the history of the world has lived forever? Nobody!! Even the greatest man to walk the earth died because of the will of o of his j j jthis Father. Now if you are the Only person in the world that has never died, and you have lived for centrys wouldnt you be better than the people growing old and dying all around you? Of course! Remember, humans were sentanced to death because of Adam and Eve, our first parents. Now what do you think Saten is going to do please God or be the adversary that he is? God is life! Saten wants everybody dead including you.
  • Rev. Autrey on Psalms 65:5
    Speaking of God as Jesus, Psalm 65, verses 5 and 6 read, 'You faithfully answer our prayers with awesome deeds, O God our Savior. You are the hope of everyone on earth, even those who sail on distant seas. You formed the mountains by your power and armed yourself with mighty strength. ' This perfectly agrees with what the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John and other Scriptures teach us about Jesus. We are told in many Scriptures that Jesus is our Savior. Acts 4 tells us that there is no other name in all of heaven for us to call on to save us. John 1 tells us that Jesus created everything there is, and upholds us with his mighty power. How long, then, are we going to keep insisting that God and Jesus are two different persons? And how long are we going to insist that Jesus is not God? The longer we insist on these errors the farther we drift away from Jesus as our Savior. There was a time when we knew better. When I was a small child I often heard the old people speaking of Jesus as God. They would say 'God help me, Save me Jesus ' all in the same breath. By this I knew that Jesus was God. But now things have changed. We have forgotten who Jesus is. now we think of Jesus as some distant figure, whose identi is nknown to us. There are so many theories that I can 't name them all. The problem is, we have forgotten that God has more than one personality. As the old song says, 'God in three persons. Blessed Trinity. ' This means that God thinks in three distinct ways. He thinks Father, Son, and Holy Spiit. The Father is the way God makes his dicisions. The Holy Spirit is the way God inspires us to believe in what he is doing. But Jesus is always the way God speaks to us. God bless you!
  • to Richard Boakye 's remark of 7 9 2014 So you don 't want women to wear trousers, because that 's a man 's clothing. Did Jesus wear trousers? How would you see women wearing rings on their nose? Would you agree? I am sure you wouldn 't But look what Ezekiel chapter 16 vers 12 says And I adorned you with ornaments and put bracelets on your wrists and a chain on your neck. 12 And I put a ring on your nose and earrings in your ears and a beautiful crown on your head .
  • William Ludington on Revelation 14:7
    Lately I 've been feeling unhappy sad depressed about the way my life has turned out well this past Saturday I was driving to a friends house when I got there I was quite surprised that he had a bible study going on. Of course I was invited to join them of course the way I been feeling I welcomed it I was also asked if I knew what the good news was? I said that Jesus is coming soon and I 'm sure I 'm not one of thee 144,000 that get to go to heaven but I pray I can live here heaven on earth thee elders told me to read Proverbs 29 25 and Revelations chapter 14 6,7 I did and was quite moved I left that day feeling refreshed what other chapters could I read to keep this feelings I feel? I know satin will be waiting to test my faith what can I do to protect myself? I 'm 54 single I was married for 16years no children I thought I did every thing God expected of myself it just didn 't turn out the way it was supposed to I used to think God made a mistake but no God makes no mistakes I can 't change the past but I have today and tomorrow is promised to know one. I know the pain I feel can 't compare to the pain Jesus felt that day he died for me he died for our sins that we mayhave ever lasting life! I need to protect myself will you please help me? Sincerely W.Ludington
  • Apostle George on 1 Corinthians 6
    Iam responding to Michaela 's question above. She asked "Im openly gay but im also saved. am i still going to hell? " My response to this question is as follows Dear Michaela, First of all, if you are saved by the grace made available through JESUS CHRIST, it may be necessary for you to also research and know what the author of that SALVATION says about being "Openly Gay ". If you ask me as His servant, I will not hide it from you, but tell you openly too that "HE CREATED US MALE AND FEMALE " only. However, claiming any kind of sexual orientation is not the requirement for making heaven or Hell, but what such claims may push you into, would eventually determine a destination. For example, Whatever sexual orientation anyone may claim, if he or she commits fornication or any other sin, then HELL becomes his her possible destination. Finally, it 's worthy to know that sexual orientation is earthly, as there is none in heaven. Again, one great difference between those that are male female, and those that are gays, lesbians and Bisexuals is that the former male female derives their origin from God 's creation, while the later gays, lesbians bisexuals derives their existence from the Law of some countries. Jesus loves you!
  • Apostle George on 1 Corinthians 6
    I am responding to Polly 's Question above She asked "I am a 60 year old widow. Recently I have been blessed with a new relationship with a man who has stated will "never marry again ", due to his 25 year experience with a wife who was unfaithful. Since we are both long past child bearing years, is it still considered a sin for us to express our physical desires outside of marriage in this case in the eyes of the Lord? My Response Dear polly, the commandments of abstaining from "Fonication " or Adultery " and their likeness has no age limit, neither is it only for those within the child bearing age bracket only. If you have sex with that man in that your new found relationship, you have committed fornication. As a widow, you are Biblically permitted to marry again and enjoy sex within the confines of marriage, but doing it outside marriage is a sin of fornication.
  • Chris Santa on Genesis 1
    Who wrote this stuff while they watched him do this? Why did he say "Be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth " Replenish means to restore to a former level or condition.
  • Warren on Genesis 1
    Why is it in Genesis 1 26 it is written "God says let US make man in OUR image " who is the us here?
  • Grant on Philippians 2
    This is in reponce to David S. when he quoted Jesus when he stated " I and the Father are one. " My question is simple. One what?
  • John Halpin on Tobit 1:18
    Why did Sennacherib so vehemently oppose burying the Jews he had slain? He even looked for the bodies and became terribly angry with Tobit for burying them. Seems a huge waste of time for a king to do this.
  • Sarahrich on Matthew 1
    Where is it in the Holy Bible in KJV where it says "the one who betrays the Son of wouldve been better if he had never been born? "
  • Where is it in the Holy Bible in KJV where it says "the one who betrays the Son of wouldve been better if he had never been born? "
  • Jeno on Psalms 127
    I certainly rank all of the Psalms as one the greatest works written to praise God big G .I am troubled to see the phrase, "before the gods will I sing praise unto thee "little g.What is the significance of that!?
  • Anthony Alexis Adoasi on Acts 4:12
    Who can deny it? If you seek to deny this, then look at yourself very well and answer some questions as to how you have lived your whole life if it were by your might. If you did not know, now understand that he has been watching you just waiting for you and caring for you that you might choose him and put the enemy of the brethren to shame so that your glorious life in heaven shall be assured. Amen
  • Chares on Proverbs 20
    Sarah, Read 1 Thessalonians 5 22 Abstain from ALL appearance of evil. If you had to look at drinking and say is it Godly or Evil, which would you choose? Evil, therefore, we are to abstain not only from consumption but ANY appearance of it. You shouldn 't even carry any items that would reference drinking.
  • Frederick on Jude 1:6
    Where did they go, and what did they do?
  • Rev. Autrey on Matthew 26
    Jesus said in Matthew 26, verse 29, 'I tell you, I will not drink from this fruit of the vine from now on until that day when I drink it new with you in my Father 's kingdom. ' This verse has confused the Church for many years. Who is the Father? Is he another God, more superior and powerful than Jesus. Many think that he is. But the answer is, the Father is God 's other personality, the way God makes his decisions. Within the mind of God, conversation is always taking place. The Father talkes to the Son and the Holy Spirit, and vice versa. This is what Jesus meant when he said to Nicodemus, 'I assure you, I am telling you what WE know and have seen, and yet you won 't believe US. ' The WE and the US are the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. These three constantly talk to each other within God. This is how God makes his decisions. But when God speaks to us, it is always as Jesus, the Son. This is what we see talking place in this verse and all through the Gospels. So by saying 'In My Father 's Kingdom, ' Jesus was saying that within God, God 's other personality made the final decision. Again, this is how God speaks to us. 'Hi, I d like to say good day to you. I am Jesus. The Father sends his greetings, too. ' And when we ask Jesus to show us the Father, he says, 'When you see me, you see the Father who sent me. The Father and I are the same God. ' Then Jesus says, 'By the way, The Holy Spirit says hi, too. The Holy Spirit is also God. ' Al praises to the Almighty God!
  • Bob on Colossians 3
    This book along with the rest of the bible is amazing, and teaches us many things. AGREE?
  • Bob on Colossians 3
    This book along with the rest of the bible is amazing, and teaches us many things. AGREE?
  • Dr. tony on John 1:1
    how did "word " get turned into "son "? in other words, how did "word " become another word for "jesus "? point "word " means "law " not "jesus. "

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