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  • Al on Genesis 4
    there several points that makes me wonder what is going on with the bible. The mark of Cain is one that makes me think why would Cain be worried that some other people would cause him harm? Why did God not question that, but instead,gave him a mark to protect him? Where did his wife come from? I don 't think that Adam and Eve other children is the answer. I am not sure of what would be the answer but I feel that there is something going on that have been reviled to us.
  • Rhonda Smith on Psalms 37:25
    Is there a place on your website to see verses that are related to each other? I just looked up Ps. 37 25 and I know there are similar verses in the Bible that relate to this verse. Thanks !!
  • Mike on Luke 8:40
    Were the people who were waiting for Jesus, the same people who told Him to leave?? And was they 're sudden change a result of the witness of the man by the tombs?? Thankyou
  • Chloe on Genesis 49:21
    is the commentary only the small paragraph? me and my friends are studying Genius 49 and we were just wondering if that is all that we can really find out about Naphtali. The paragraph did clarify some information for us, thankyou.
  • Michaela on 1 Corinthians 6:9
    Im openly gay but im also saved. am i still going to hell?
  • Christi on Psalms 19
    What is the Great Transgression?
  • Silas on Jeremiah 1:19
    we serve Him who is all powerful, all authority belongs to Him.The Grandmaster who brought this universe into being and oversees happenings on this earth, He reserves the ultimate privilege to avert otherwise an almost predictable situation and when He does that frickle minded man comes back to realization that He still exists. This is the Man who has put out that promise in Jeremiah 1 19, that we would come out victorious when we find ourselves confronted with life 's hostilities, are you indemnified by this perpetual promise or do you doubt this Man?
  • Christina Galay on Lamentations 3:10
    I am a nutritionist preparing a presentation about how far off we have come from God 's plan of how we feed our bodies. I see the serpant as always evil in the bible....why is a lion sometimes portraying evil and sometimes portraying good? Or do I have it wrong.?
  • Maria S Diaz on Psalms 1
    Can someone clarify what "the false ones go from trend to trend any wind of doctrine " Does this mean to be changing religions?
  • George on Genesis 1
    Who is us, our? God the Father, God the Son, God the Holy Ghost.
  • George Hartwell on Mark 13
    I do not understand. This chapter is talking about the end of the world. In verse 30, Jesus is telling his listeners that it will happen in their lifetimes. The end of the world should have come by now but it hasn 't. Could someone clarify this for me, please?
  • Rev. Autrey on Luke 1
    Luke 1 recor, 42When Elizabeth heard Mary s greeting, the child leapt in her womb. And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit and exclaimed with a loud cry, Blessed are you among women, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. 43And why has this happened to me, that the mother of my LORD comes to me? 44For as soon as I heard the sound of your greeting, the child in my womb leapt for joy. 45And blessed is she who believed that there would be a fulfilment of what was spoken to her by the LORD. Notice that Elizabeth used the word LORD to mean GOD. This means that Elizabeth knew that Mary was to be the mother of GOD. The people had waited a long time for the appearance of GOD AS SAVIOR to deliver them from their enemies. But we know that the real enemy was their many sins. This is what Elizabeth was talking about. So when the people refered to Jesus as LORD, they meant that they considered him to be God. The sense that the word LORD means GOD has been lost in today 's religious world, but this was not so in the days of John the Baptist and Jesus. What I am saying is, we must bring it back. Paul said in Romans 10 that we must confess "that Jesus is LORD OR GOD " in order to be saved. He goes on further to say that we must also believed that Jesus raised himself from the dead. And he tops it off by saying that anyone who prays to Jesus by calling on his name will be saved. Please consider this! "
  • Randy on Acts 2
    The Bible is to be interpreted by the Bible. This said, as for Peter baptizing only in the name of Jesus is a misunderstanding of Acts 2 38. Compare it with Romans 6 3 "Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death? " Also Galatians 3 27 "For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. "
  • Yemi Toa on 1 Kings 10:14
    This is 666 talents of gold in number. Is this number symbolic, and does it have any link with the mark of the beast as mentioned in the book of Revelation 13 18?
  • Scott on Proverbs 11:30
    The Basic English Bible translation is jarringly different from the other translations, and in my opinion, wrong how does it get "violent behaviour takes away souls " from "he that winneth souls is wise "? Compare with all of the other translations. Where did the violence them come from? How could Basic turn a basically evangelic verse into such a negative expression?
  • Michelle on Genesis 1:26
    Who is us? And who is our?
  • Michelle on Genesis 1:26
    Who is us? And who is our?
  • ESTHER on Genesis 4
    What was the reason why Cain slew his brother Abel? That means some of the things some of us are experiencing today, started in biblical time? Families hate each other and brothers don 't want to see their sister prosper. If the blessings of God is for all mankind, why should your own brothers fighting you because you send yourself to college to better your life.
  • Why is it mentioned "do not provoke to anger " in the KJV but just "do not provoke " in most other versions?
  • Damon on Genesis 13
    Some things have been popping out at me, this is my first read through, and I am seeing things that make me do a Keanu, and go WHOA... Parenthesis mine In verse 16 this "And I will make thy seed as the dust of the earth As Adam? so that if a man can number the dust of the earth, then shall thy seed also be numbered. " Point being, read those last lines closely. "so that is a man mankind can number the dust of the earth. " What is 'the dust of the earth '? Easy. What is DUST? Answer Particulate matter. PARTICLES OF MATTER. God, was telling man Abraham, who 's seed he shall make 'as Adam ' about the Periodic Table of Elements 4000 years ago! And the last line "then shall thy seed also be numbered. " IMO, this is PROPHECY. God is telling Abraham about the numbering of his descendants during WW2. Don 't see the connection? According to wiki, the periodic table of elements became widely distributed in the 1930 's. What else happened then? The forced numbering of the descendants of Abraham!
  • Nick on Matthew 10:20
    This scripture is one of the most stirring of all, it clearly saith the god spirit can speak through us, does it mean just to empower us in speaking for the gospel , or to give us knowledge not of our own, or even to speck to our spirit without using language at all ? Direct to our spirit !
  • Cherie on Ecclesiastes 9:4
    Edmund, "The Old Testament Does not have Jesus or Heaven... "? Have you read Isaiah 53 lately, or the Psalms or any of the major or minor prophets? No, the name "Jesus " is not mentioned in the Old Testament but the Son of God, who became Jesus, is everywhere in the Old Testament and so is reference to His kingdom, which is heaven. In the four gospels, Jesus Himself makes reference to so many texts from the Old Testament, many which are prophecies about Himself and there are literally hundreds of text references from the Old Testament in the New. I have frustration with those who say the Old Testament is no longer relevant, when without the Old Testament, we would have no clear understanding of the plan of salvation, no knowledge of our origin, the creation of the world, the fall of Lucifer, the divinity of Jesus or the law that Jesus came to defend with his death on the cross.
  • Mary Ann on Exodus 12:29
    Why did the scripture specify the smoting of the first born cattle?
  • R.MAX on 1 Corinthians 11
    I use to persecute people who don 't eat pork, but it was reveal to me who am I to judge them that chooses not to eat pork? Because the part of the U.S. that I live they eat wild animals that i would not consider eating. About the long hair on man or no hair for a women been dishonorable... v16 clearly says it and summarizes the contentious debate of v1 v15
  • Joe on Genesis 37
    I am confused vs 28 says "sold to Ishmeelites " while vs 36 says "Midianites sold him in Egypt ... ". So did the Ishmeelites sell Joseph to the Midianites who in turn sold him in Egypt?
  • Richard Hauhnar on 2 Samuel 1
    Was Saul killed by the Amalekite or did he kill himself?
  • ROBERT MEDINA on Genesis 3:1
    All this happens before satan and his angels are thrown out from heaven?? I am confused???
  • Anonymous on 1 Corinthians 15:55
    Paul triumphantly declared that death would be swallowed up forever. 1 Corinthians 15 54 57 When the corruptible and mortal put on incorruption and immortality, these words will be fulfilled Death is swallowed up forever. Death, where is your victory? Death, where is your sting? Isaiah 25 8 Hosea 13 14 The sting producing death is sin, and sin s strength was the Law, which condemned sinners to death. But because of Jesus sacrifice and resurrection, death inherited from sinful Adam will no longer be victorious. Romans 5 12 6 23.
  • Sue on 1 John 3:16
    we barely can comprehend this kind of love for us. to lay down ones life for a child ,yes .for a true brother or sister could I really do that?only if I know where im going .I have true love and is their life more needful?on the other hand maby to die for one so they wont wake in hell
  • Steve on John 8
    Wait a minute. Jesus says in verse 15 that he does not judge. Then in verse 16 he says "if I judge... " So which is it? Does He judge, or not?


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