Bible Questions Page 177

  • Jesus Disciple - in Reply on Revelation 2
    I agree, and I am studying the book of Revelation. I listen to it sometimes falling asleep. So, can you see how this country has quickly spiraled downwards and out of control, mainly due to the evil choices the present political party has levied on mankind kind. There is no GOD, IN WHAT THEY DO. However, lies in everything they say. Do we have a modern day Pharaoh running this country? Is it stubbornness that ties people to this way of seeing these people are right
  • Betty Henson on Revelation 2
    Does this tree represent a physical tree that we will eat from? So will there be real trees in heaven?

    He that hath an ear, let him hear what the Spirit saith unto the churches; To him that overcometh will I give to eat of the tree of life, which is in the midst of the paradise of God.
  • Dee - in Reply on Matthew 24
    Amen. Hallelujah. Praise God and give thanks for and to Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ for he hung, bled and died on calvary for ALL of OUR sins. Not just for some. If we start picking and choosing what sins are to be forgiven by Jesus, are we not standing in judgement? Remember, judge ye not, lest ye be judged. May God bless and keep you is my prayer for all. Many dark days ahead for those who choose not to repent and turn away from sin; to those who do not or will not accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Let us all pray for our lost brothers and sisters in Christ that they may come to Christ before end times. Amen.
  • Bible Student - in Reply on Tobit 6
    Brother CJ:

    It seems you have on your Apostle Thomas eyes that is good that is very good. By the way have you ever heard of the Slave Bible?

    In African American History Sinful Slave owners removed several key books and Verses from the Bible; in Jeremiah regarding paying your slave when their bondage came to an end. The biggest Biblical Testament of all time, The Book of Exodus. I wonder why in the world would someone go to such lengths as too remove Moses from the Bible.

    Perhaps it was God ending slavery who knows.

    The thing is if people choose to remove Moses from the Bible then I certainly wouldn't put it past them too remove other Bible Books as well; yes this would include, Tobit.
  • Bible Student - in Reply on Tobit 6
    Brother Bill?

    Did you know up until 1885, the word Dragon was used 35, times throughout the Old Testament. As Christians is not our Bible a book of Faith? Then why did the church fathers commit such and egregious offense against God? Okay, you're probably wondering what's Dragons got to do with Tobit? 1885 the American Bible Society didn't understand Dragons because in their opinion Dragons didn't exist. They, never saw a living Dragon know one had. Is not our Bible a Book of Faith? We believe in God right? God created Us beginning with Adam right? Dragons were being discovered; their new names are Dinosaurs. So What's wrong with Tobit again?
  • Matty on 2 Chronicles 2:1
    I love this passage. It's interesting that David was only allowed to plan, prepare and purchase the land and the work and completion of building had to be done by Solomon. Solomon was determined and would not be discouraged in his work. I always wonder though, was the duty of building the temple reserved for Solomon before his birth?
  • Bill Dawson on 2 Corinthians 4:18
    On this day March 19,2020. We see the whole world panicing over an unseen virus. We can't ev?n touch it. But, the media puts it right in our faces on the TV and internet. The key thing they want to do is, to put fear and panic into the hearts of everyone.
    Jesus tells us all to fear not! For he is with us always. He will lead the way thru the strom.
    Doing the right things, but washing hands, keep our distants, etc. But, most of all is to pray alway.
  • Mickey - in Reply on Genesis 4
    The Bible says not to forsake gathering together. Our testimonies help others who are going through trials. Although it's not good for us to hole up in the house 24/7.
    I think we are all gathering together on here, don't you? It helps me see what everyone else is writing. :)
  • Adam - in Reply on Genesis 4
    Assembling and fellowship is recommended to keep strong in faith and keep accountability. I think God is a fair judge. I think there are situations where getting together with other believers is a challenge. Some missionaries are alone. Some have high responsibility at work that limits other interactions. What does your heart say? Do you have the holy spirit inside you convicting you one way or the other? These are important considerations. Christians are intended to be part of the Christian church community. During times of a corona virus I think online allows us to still have a valid connection with other believers.
  • Adam - in Reply on Genesis 4
    God allows things to happen that we consider 'bad'. Life is a test and we're all going to die. The only thing undetermined is when. Have we considered the consequences of our actions? Have we loved others and chosen to follow Jesus?
  • Bob Hilt on Revelation 14
    Believers know this: 1 Peter 4:17 For the time is come that judgment must begin at the house of God: and if it first begin at us, what shall the end be of them that obey not the gospel of God?
    2 Timothy 3:12 Yea, and all that will live godly in Christ Jesus shall suffer persecution.
    Acts 14:22 Confirming the souls of the disciples, and exhorting them to continue in the faith, and that we must through much tribulation (TROUBLE) enter into the kingdom of God.
    People we are promised persecution and trouble in this world. Jesus warned us and it is coming as a storm. Now is the calm before the storm. Stay close to Jesus as that is all we shall have in this world and what is coming
  • Luke - in Reply on Genesis 6:1
    ?? Says it right there. Daughters of men.
  • Bre on Genesis 4
    Why is this pandemic happening? And what is the outcome?
  • Pj on Genesis 4
    If you don't go to church all the time, but you pray daily, will God use that against us?
  • Sibyl Berg on Jeremiah 1
    In Jeremiah chap. 1 it mentions the name Jaalzani Who was this?
  • Angie - in Reply on Revelation 1
    Erica, have you ask Jesus to be in your heart? HE is the only one who can help you understand. The minute you ask Him, He will open your eyes. How? He will send the Holy Spirit to help you.
  • Adam - in Reply on Romans 3
    Dear Victor, thanks for the reply. I replied to your assuming Paul was lying and I replied with points that counter that claim. Your response here seems to be on a variety of different topics which I don't completely understand.

    >Stop praising the man

    Are you talking to me, because I'm not praising a man, are you? You make a claim that Paul was lying and refuting that doesn't mean someone is praising someone if that's what you were assuming.

    >Paul and rest of those boys Changed the truth of God into Lies.

    Now you're making other claims. What 'boys'? What 'lies'? Are you trying to discredit the Bible? If so, how do we know that what you're saying is true and not a lie?
  • Dennis James on Psalms 91
    GOD'S SON PROPHESIED NAME Isaiah 7:14 Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel. & Matthew 1:22-23
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    Esdras 5:5 The priests, the sons of Phinees the son of Aaron: Jesus the son of Josedec, the son of Saraias, and Joacim the son of Zorobabel, the son of Salathiel, of the house of David, out of the kindred of Phares, of the tribe of Judah; 1 Esdras 5:8 And they returned unto Jerusalem, and to the other parts of Jewry, every man to his own city, who came with Zorobabel, with Jesus, Nehemias, and Zacharias, and Reesaias, Enenius, Mardocheus. Beelsarus, Aspharasus, Reelius, Roimus, and Baana, their guides. ?
  • Myles on Revelation 7
    Who is Jesus
  • Adam - in Reply on Romans 3
    Have you ever sinned and/or lied? No one is perfect except Jesus. Of course Paul sinned like everyone else, but he turned from it to follow Jesus. To me it seems presumptious to claim that Paul lied so his books can't be trusted though. Notice it's worded 'If...' which may be a hypothetical and he might mean our lives in general are as a lie since none of us can accurately communicate or portray the Glory of God. These writings are inspired by God and true. Here's a commentary on that verse:rnrnIf our lie, our false life, has thus shown forth his glory, why should we be individually condemned"?
  • Victor on Romans 3
    Verse 7 Paul admits he's lying. Why should anyone believe him. You are a sinner because of your lies. Matter of fact he disobeyed?
  • Victor on Psalms 72:8
    Verse 18 tells you What God name is. You Ignorant people calling him somrthing else. Jesus was not even born yet?
  • Seventh day is sabbath - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Abel-The wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life Romans 6:23. All of the incidents you have mentioned are consequences of the actions of those you mentioned. Why did God send a flood to destroy the whole earth? Genesis 6:5-7, why did God destroy Sodom and Gomorrah? Genesis 13:13 The men of Sodom were wicked and sinners before the Lord. If you look up the story of each incident you will find that the people were not obedient to God therefore the Lord had them destroyed as to not continue spreading sin, this is no different today, the earth will be destroyed at the second coming because we humans are not obeying Gods law.
  • George - in Reply on Jeremiah 1:5
    How did God know me before I was in the womb? Was I in Heaven or of this Earth?
  • William on Matthew 25:46
    the bible tells us the wicked will be destroyed ...not tormented forever ...John 3:16 .....shall not perish ...not be tormented forever ...your thoughts on this? ....
  • Abel - in Reply on Genesis 3
    If God has omniscience (knowing all things), both past and future, did he not already know beforehand that Adam and Eve would take fruit from the Tree of Knowledge? Did he not already know that the snake would tempt Eve? Therefore, did he not doom Adam and Eve to commit the first sin by placing them in the garden anyways, despite all of this knowledge? How can it be said that they had free will, if it is already known by God and thus already determined in His knowledge?
  • Job - in Reply on Revelation 2
    There is a virus here in REV. that talks about 1/3 of the people on earth dying. Is this the coronavirus? I don't know but there will be one near the end.
  • Yolanda on Revelation 17
    Why is the Euphrates River called the "Great Euphrates River?"
  • Job on Matthew 8
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    And Jesus saith unto him, See thou tell no man; but go thy way, shew thyself to the priest, and offer the gift that Moses commanded, for a testimony unto them. What is the gift that Moses commanded?
  • Adam - in Reply on Genesis 3
    Should people who commit moral crimes not be accountable for it? Let's say someone severely hurt you or your loved one, would you not want justice? Adam and Eve sinned against God which they were told in advance what the punishment was. Sure enough they sinned anyway which created mortality for all mankind. Now everyone dies regardless, just timing is the only undetermined factor. And when people were extremely wicked and doing nonstop evil and oppressing each other 24/7 with violence, rape, orgies, mass murder, basically creating a hell on earth before Jesus saved everyone, at times God did punish them by taking their lives early.


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