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  • Nel babaran on Acts 20:28
    what about the George Lamsa translation regarding Acts 20:28? what is the point of other commentators?
  • Zachsmom on Deuteronomy 22:5
    I think women should wear dresses/skirts all the time and and not even cut their hair to me it symbolizes feminimity. For example if you see a man and woman standing side by side both with pants and t-shirt on and both of their hair chopped off and they are standing with their backs facing you. How would you tell them apart? You wouldnt be able to and if he wanted the women to dress and look like men, then why would he even create men and women. My opinion is mine just like everybody else has them and it might not mean much, but just sit and think about it. God bless.
  • Anonymous on Psalms 15:1
    Who - Who shall so dwell in thy church here, as to dwell with thee for ever in heaven?
    is more appropriate for the PSALMS-15:1.
  • Matthew 7:22-23 says:Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?
    23. And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

    People do you see just how important it is to choose to Love rather than to hate; Forgive rather than to hold a grudge; You can see from Matthew 7:22-23 that even the church, who actually have the power & gifts of God will be cast into Hell, and this chapter shows why. So we see that you can be anointed and still be in danger off hell fire, or rather still not have a relationship with God because your heart never learned how to truly Love. So I say to everyone; match this chapter up to you. Your salvation depends on it. For the Saints: this chapter shows us that we only have part of God, and Matthew 7:22-23 shows us that part of God is not good enough.
  • Richard on Genesis 3
    How How serious are you James p. About 315..?? I've been studying the Word of God for 8 years finally Unlocked the solid truth At the beginning of the Bible Concerning the first a chapter.. I will first give this information to my mom is proof..At the,, first eight chapters like you have never seen it before..I said that I would never be a preacher However I see the.
    I'll be waiting on your answer However when you make this decision you have to promise me one thing that from this point on that you will read the Bible verse by verse book by book ...
  • Soram on Daniel 7:7
    Why it is terrible animal and what is the meaning of 10 horn ?
  • Question: Why would the Holy Spirit withhold the "Wicked" one from being revealed? This conclusion is illogical and does not hold up to scripture.
    The Wicked One wants to remain a mystery until the last possible moment. To say that the Holy Spirit is restraining or withholding the revelation of the Wicked One is nothing less than blasphemy, yet, this doctrine is widely taught in the churches.
  • Ken on Mark 9
    People who condemn (some with vehement, insulting acronyms and derogatory comments) all Biblical translations except the King James Version (KJV) should reconsider many of the sayings of Jesus and the apostles in the New Testament. Here are merely two examples from Jesus:


    This is really sad. What does it say to the unbeliever about Christian love and unity? We are supposed to be the Salt of the earth.

    What about what Jesus said? "Salt is good: but if the salt haue lost his saltnesse, wherewith will you season it? Haue salt in your selues, and haue peace one with another." (Mk 9:50, ORIGINAL 1611 KJV) or, for those who believe the "authorized version"- and revised - KJV of 1611/12 is the only truly inspired translation, just replace the "u"s with a "v": "Salt is good: but if the salt have lost his saltnesse, wherewith will you season it? Have salt in your selves, and have peace one with another."

    What happened to the "...have peace with one another?" This is an excellent example of what unbelievers use to rationalize their rejection of Jesus Christ as the One, True God.

    Also, it is a prime example of what Jesus said to the religious authorities, “Ye blind guides, which strain at a gnat, and swallow a camel.” (Matthew 23:24, KJV, authorized version).
  • Joe on John 16
    @Sygmund - Please tell me where in the KJV bible do I find that Elijah is the name of the comforter?
  • Andrew on Isaiah 54:16
    The "smith" is the one that wants to use weapons of destruction to burn, and out of him, shall come forth such a weapon(instrument)to accomplish his end, and the LORD is He that allowed this. Is this correct?
  • Andrew on Isaiah 53:12
    I still cannot understand "great". Who are the other greats that share Christ's reward?
  • Brenda on Acts 15
    The Book of Acts is an eye-opening book , when we truly read what we are reading, asking the Lord for understanding, much is revealed, and much is learned. Praise God for his GRACE! For if it wasn't for Jesus dying for us, how in the world would we ever make it?!!
  • Christo on Matthew 25:41
    In Matthew 25 verse 41 who was the devils angels that was spoken about?
  • FRANK.A. ISIEKWENE on Colossians 2
    Colossians 2 vs 6
    Since we have received christ as the Lord and our personal saviour, the next thing we need to do is to work in him. And how do we work in him? by obeying his word, doing his will, being commiiteed to the works of the ministry,preaching the gospel and many more. so these are the ways we can work in him; not receiving him and then we folding our hands and relaxed.
  • Bright on Joel 3:6
    What is/are the difference/s between 'the children of Judah and the children of Jerusalem'?
  • Mark on John 1
    Would it be safe to say that Jesus did not exist at the time of creation? Would it be safe to say that it was God and his word that created the beginning?
  • Jacob on Romans 8
    I've noted that people like the,'we are more than conquerers in Christ',line evrytime this chapter is read...
    ...But who are these 'more than conquerers' in a true sense of this chapter?
    It should be noted that Paul spoke of all sorts of sufferings even death.He even mentioned that the present sufferings can not be compared to the future glory (for those who suffer now)
    To me that does not mean competing with rock-stars for fame.It does not health and wealth.
    Perhaps we should look at the people dying in jails in the islam countries to understand the true 'more than conquerers.I'm talking about people hunted,hungry,naked,shamed,rejected but not dejected.people holding firm their faith no matter what and shaming the devil in the process.these to me are the true more than conquerers.
  • Angel on Genesis 3
    First off I don't understand how anyone can call Jesus the serpent and the devil this is an untruth. The serpent was the devil but Jesus is the Son of God.

    As for Adam he was standing right there when Eve was conversing with the serpent so why didn't he speak up? Why didn't he say stop to Eve? Eve was wrong for listening but Adam was the one God originally spoke to and gave instructions to so more than likely he was the one to instruct Eve. Both were guilty, both put blame elsewhere rather than repenting right there and then to God who they knew was the one and only true God that gave them life.
  • Ken on Genesis 1:5
    I'm confused, how can there be day and night, morning and evening without the sun?
  • Dalli kambonde on Leviticus 17:11
    what about donating blood now?
  • Barbara on Ezekiel 3:10
    Who was being told this?
  • Terry on John 8:11
    I have a question. What if someone says they are sorry and continue to live committing the same sins and have no change, are they forgiven? When it says go & sin no more, I take it that means just that.
  • Brill on Genesis 1:28
    The explanation to this only need the Holy Spirit to reveal. Normally do not want to rush to talk what I don't know in case I might mislead people. Apart from this issue of 'replenish' there is another question on Ezekiel 28:13 which obviously talks about satan. It says, "You were in Eden the garden of God...". Is this the same garden on earth or it is in heaven?
  • David on Mark 4
    v25 "For he that hath, to him shall be given: and he that hath not, from him shall be taken even that which he hath."

    Conservative Party policy?
  • Toni on Isaiah 26:9
    This is an individual matter. Each person must come to that place where they want to seek the Lord, and won't stop until they find Him. "Seek the Lord while He may be found. Call upon Him while He is near. (Isaiah 55:6)When we rise up in the morning our hearts should be on God...when we go to sleep at night, we should meditate in His word... David said to mediate in God's law day and night. Those who stay in the Word of God and keep their minds on Him, God promises to keep that person in "perfect peace whose mind in stayed" on Him. Who will escape the wrath of God? Those washed and covered in the blood of His Son Jesus.
  • Sharlin on Genesis 4:15
    who are the peopl who will find Cain? According to Genesis there should be only 3 people living on earth...?
  • Andrew on Isaiah 48:22
    Any thoughts here why a sudden twist of thought from previous verses above it?
  • Harry Tuttle on Mark 14
    Mark 14:21 - Am I the only one who questions whether this Chapter says that it would have been better that Judas were aborted than to betray Jesus? It specifically say born and not conceived. To say that it would have been better never to have been conceived means that the soul never existed. To never have been born is open to debate. Conception and abortion are not new concepts. For a long time, mankind has known that the dirty deed leads to children and, for a long time, mankind has also known how to abort a fetus. I'm not a rabble-rouser; I really want to know. Thanks
  • Phil Davis on Leviticus 18:22
    I really think you people who claim to believe should go do some good in the world. Go raise someone from the grave, go heal the million of people with cancer, go do any thing but sit around and judge other people. If you really believe the bible do some thing beside making up reasons why you can't do what the bible clearly states a believer can do.

    James 5:14-15 "Are any among you sick? They should call for the elders of the Church and have them pray over them, anointing them with oil in the name of the Lord. And their prayer offered in faith will heal the sick, and the Lord will make them well. And if they have committed sins, these will be forgiven."

    John 14:12 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that believeth on me, the works that I do shall he do also; and greater works than these shall he do; because I go unto my Father.

    Mark 16:17 And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues;
    Mark 16:18 They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.
  • Heather Lynn hale on Romans 6
    Hi my name is heather and I don't know how to look up verses can you help me?


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