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  • Jason on Revelation 4:10
    who are the 24 elders?
  • Josiah ogbonnaya on Revelation 1:8
    In verse 1 of this chapter, it clearly stated that this is the Revelation of Jesus Christ. So I think (rev1:8) is clearly referring to the Lord Jesus who is the exact express image of God almighty, if this verse was referring to God the father, i think it would use God/LORD. in (rev 19:13) and his name is called The Word of God. You now ask urself is there a different between God and his Word? Personally i don't think there is a different between God and his Word and that's the reason the bible says in (john1:1-3) IN the beginning was the Word Jesus, and the Word Jesus was with God, and the Word Jesus was God. The same Word Jesus was with God in the beginning. All things were made by him; and without him was not anything made that was made. See also (1timothy 1 13) and without controversy great is the mystery of godliness; God was manifest in the fresh justified in the spirit, seen of angels, preached unto gentiles, believed on in the world, received up unto glory. So i think if rev 1:8 was referring to God the father it would have use a word like, LORD/God not Lord for instance (psalms 110;1) the LORD said to my Lord, or (Deut 6;4) hear o Israel the Lord our God is one. If you observes this verses you will clearly see this referring to the Father and Son which it clearly stated
  • PAUL on Jeremiah 10
    It sure reads to me that is talking about the Christmas tree .Why do people want to avoid these verses?? The Christmas tree has nothing to do with Jesus's birth!! It is the way of the heathern
  • Christ came from Woman. Her child is her crown it would seem, and she is to walk worthy of his name, in some places the head is the heart. because of her Son she has been given authority because of the angels who are watching. What are they watching? The Christ Glorifying His Father, willingly laying his life down on the cross , this makes sense as Jesus has told us to pick up our cross and follow him.
  • Daniel on Genesis 40:15
    In the hebrew text it states twice the fact the Joseph was stolen. Generally this points to a "closed subject". When G-d lays down a demand it may appear twice ( remember... and don't forget) so why was the theft mention twice?
    The reason being that when the Midians Camel train had passed the pit, into which he had been thrown, having pulled Joseph out ,thought he was a slave, and they stole him.When that same camel train passed the brothers, who were sitting not far away,were stopped by the brothers and they demanded to know what the Midiams were doing with the "young man" they replide that they had fond this slave.The brothers on the other hand did not deny that fact and promptly sold him for a meager price. Now the fact that the brothers did not demand the return of their brother, gave weight to the Midians calling Joseph a slave. This was a lie and in keeping quiet and not righting a wrong was the second theft ( in hebrew this is steeling of knowledge/truth)
    I have much more if you are interested
  • Audley smith on Ecclesiasticus 20
    where in the king James bible can i find "a lie is a foul blot in a man"?
  • Rev. Autrey on Psalms 18
    (Verse 48) "And (you Lord) rescues me from my enemies. You hold me safe from violent opponents."

    The enemy of man is sin. It has always been our enemy. This means that David is talking about God as Jesus, who saves us from sin by his death on the cross. Let's say it this way. David was a prophet looking into the future and seeing Jesus as our Savior. He saw Jesus as Paul saw him in Titus 2:13, "Our great God and Savior." And he pictured what Jesus would say in John 6:39, "But the Scriptures point to me."

    Jesus further said to two of his followers in Luke 24:25-26, "You are such foolish people! You find it so hard to believe all that the prophets wrote in the Scriptures. Wasn't it clearly predicted by the prophets that the Christ would have to suffer all these things before entering his time of glory?" Verse 27 reads: "Then Jesus quoted passages from the writings in Moses and all the prophets, explaining what all the Scriptures said about himself."

    Yes, the Psalms are about Jesus!

    God blesses those who understand!
  • David Serrano on Leviticus 23:40
    I would like to know where to take those things mentioned on Leviticus 23:40, as the text does not state how to use it (as an offer to Jesus placed inside or outside our home?; to take such things somewhere else?; etc.). Please advice
  • THE BRANCH on Isaiah 18:3
  • Joe on Matthew 2
    Let’s take a closer look at what Mathew 2:2 says.
    “Saying, Where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him.
    We know the wise men came from the east from verse 1. Now focus on the portion of verse 2 that says “for we have seen his star in the east”. The “in the east” portion is referring to the “we” and not “his star”. It’s like saying, we in the east have seen his star. You’re right, the star was to their west. I believe the author was just trying to focus our attention on where the wise men came from. The east.
  • Dennis on Revelation 12
    Tj my brethren... in scriptures it says we shalt be like the son of man in that day we are taken up. Therefore if we shalt be like the Lord, also are the angels in heaven. there are 3 different realms, there is hell, heaven, and earth. Hell it says there will be screams, gnashing at teeth and so forth, all will be equal, just like on earth is equal. In the heavens also created equal. So if heaven being equal, Who is it that overcome the Lords might? God is life, and eternal. Whom can over take that? We wont be as God, but we will be like him. hope this helps you.
  • Robert Donaldson on Daniel 9:27
    This passage has many facets that do leave much to be pondered
    One posting on a Christian forum I read where the writer says
    Daniel 9:26 (KJV) and the people of the prince that shall come shall destroy the city and the sanctuary;
    This has an interesting statement that this prince is not Jesus but a prince of the temple to come ? For Jesus was no prince of the romans as i read that often this section of scripture is related they say to Christs first coming... to me at a quick glance this could be the coming evil man of perdition
  • Papacool on Acts 16:18
    The power in the name of Jesus is mind boggling. I wonder for the sake of the miracles, why would Christ still be rejected? We have been promised to do even greater things and we do not realize what things can be done. Thank God for the power of the Blood.
  • THE VERY REV. ISAAC OLOKODE. on Exodus 14:15
    God is a God of Surprises!God is ever ready to surprise those persons that can trust Him in Hopeless Situations.What Situation are you passing through? Be Hopeful in God alone! All shall be well with you!
  • Ar on Genesis 4
    I suppose Cain married one of his younger sisters as Adam and Eve had many other children boys and girls after Cain and Abel, having in mind that there was no law or commandments yet. Any other suggessionns?
  • Herlyn on 1 Timothy 3
    In verse 15,it's talking about the real name of the church,the Church of God..this is the truth.When will people realize that Church of God is the truth?it is 13times that church of god is mentioned from the bible.
  • Judy on Matthew 6
    Verses 9 and 10 instruct us about what should be our priorities in life: Jesus said the number 1 priority should be the sanctifying of God's name. So we should not avoid using God's name, because that would not be following Jesus' example.
    The number 2 priority is God's Kingdom. Jesus spoke often about that Kingdom and what it would accomplish. Do we speak about God's Kingdom? Jesus is the pattern, or example we should follow. Jesus expected to be made King of that Kingdom, so logically, it can't be just a condition of our heart. After putting God's name and the Kingdom first, then we were to pray for our needs, and those of others.
  • JANET on Genesis 4
    Who did Cain married? How come he got a wife when Adam and Eve had only 2 sons?
  • 1NC NAM VIET on Hebrews 1
    some people don't get it. JESUS IS GOD. who healed the sick and raised the dead. who said he is in the volume of the god says he is a jealous god and who do we pray to, JESUS. in matthew 28;18 he says that he has ALL power on earth and in heaven. doesn't leave much power for anyone else does it. he opened the door for all gentiles to be saved. he made it possible to live under grace and not under the law. he has the name above all other names. in revelations it says JESUS [ the lamb ] is the only one worthy to open the book. it also says in revelations 22;4 that his name shall be in their foreheads. in exodus 3;14 god said to moses I AM THAT I AM. in john 8;58 JESUS said verily verily I say unto you, before Abraham was, I am. that doesn't sound like bad grammer to me, that sounds like god. one baptism; in the name of JESUS. I wonder why?
  • Eric goode on Ezekiel 34:29
    Response to commenter who said the plant is the messiah...who is the shepherd spoke of in the surrounding text of that chapter?
  • Dennis Meyer on Matthew 12
    If Jesus himself said in verse 40 that he would be in the grave for 3 days & 3 nights, why does the church world not abide by that? And by us not doing so, do we call Christ a liar? Do we need to research this more?
  • Ulafaye on Genesis 10
    What are the women names that gave birth to all the sons?
  • Isareka Adam on Luke 24
    vv34. Which simon is this ? Coz in v12 simon peter didn't see him in the sepuchre and neither of the two going to emmaus was simon coz on return to jerusalem they found all 11( the 12 minus judas) seated together
    vv15. The "risen" jesus is obviously properly dressed. Where could he have got the clothes to wear ? NB: v12 says the linen in which he'd been bound for burial is found lying there by simon peter.
  • Joseph Gakura on Isaiah 44:3
    I like, For I will pour water......
    This gives power to fear and trust the Elohim's promises.

    Can God? God can.
  • Bruce D. Wilner on Matthew 5:14
    How about adding a couple of buttons that permit me to navigate to verse 5:13 and/or 5:15?
  • S. edwards on Psalms 66:3
    What does verse 3 mean?
  • Robert on Genesis 2
    is the generation of man start from seth only?
    what happen to cain? does his generation exist?
  • Josie on Deuteronomy 22
    There are 30 verses in Chapter 22. But the only verse everyone seems focused on is verse 5. What makes that one verse more important than all the others? Having been raised with this drilled inside my head my whole life; I understand it is of the most importance in some religious organizations. But if that is a LAW that we must take literally, then shouldn’t we take them all in that chapter literally? Why is it that we believe GRACE for all the other verses ("It doesn’t apply for today because of grace") but yet we are held firmly to separation of men and women’s appeal (pants and skirts only; example - women can put on mens boots or coat if needed)
    Verse 11: Thou shalt not wear a garment of divers sorts, as of woolen and linen together. Many preachers standing on the platform preaching firmly on separation of men and women’s appeal are doing so while their suits are made with divers sorts… what is the difference??? One verse is important and the other isn’t? I have heard it explained this way, that the one with the divers sorts was given under the Law… ???? They were both given under the Law!
    Verses 13-29 Why aren’t these verses taken literally and done as told to do when one is found in adultery. How many fathers would stone their own daughters to death today if she is found not to be a virgin upon her wedding night?
    I guess my question continues to be, “Why is only one verse out of 30 not under Grace?”
  • Fred Sabean on Matthew 2
    If the wise men came from the EAST of Bethlehem, how could they follow a star they saw in the east? The star should have been in the west
  • Terry King on Romans 9:13
    I think the scripture means exactly what it says. It does not say that it wasn't speaking about the two as individuals. It calls them by name. In fact it does not say anything at all about the descendants, however I feel that this certainly is true. For we have seen both at enemy with each other for thousands of years now. Why can't people just believe God's word? Why do they have to insert man made doctrine. My advise is just read and believe Gods word and understand the final warning to man at the end of the Holy Bible to people who change (add to, or take away) the true words of God. The true word of God has no copywrite in the front of the bible. In fact, God wants us to spread that word by mouth, or written. Anyway that we can is ok with Him. Try using the other versions and if you take donations or receive any money for your publications prepare to go to court and be sued. God himself has preserved the true Word of God until this day, and even though it is far down the list on all other versions that pop up when using Google search, I am convinced that it is for settled in Heaven and will stand the test of time. It makes me sick when anyone tries to tell me a scripture does not mean exactly what it says.
    Nevertheless, I love you and pray that the Lord will bless you.

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