Bible Questions Page 205

  • Alex on Esther 7
    Esther was under the tent of Mordecai to become great who,s tent are you?
  • Donna Cromb
    Acts 8 clarifies this passage is clearly talking about Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, so in verse 2 it says he had no comeliness that means he wasn't good looking. How often did He talk and no one listen because the people only looked at the outside? Not many focus on that and I still see it today. People believe a good looker, young, with a good body before they believe an elderly person. Sad.
  • Owen James on Hebrews 1
    Hebrews 1:13 - But to which of the angels said he at any time, Sit on my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool? (Believe it and Receive it Brethren right now in Jesus name)
  • Ray321 on 1 Timothy 1
    1 Timothy 1:1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the commandment of God our Saviour, and Lord Jesus Christ, which is our hope. How important is Paul to us in the Bible? The scriptures will tell us how important Paul is to the Gentiles. Paul is our Apostle for today.
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Mr. Diffin; I have answered you directly, but you didn't hear: but since you might also not understand the answer, I'll try again. It is not, as you say, "changing" the Word, but a rendering in translation. You may have some experience with learning a foreign language: do you know then, that there are some things that cannot be "word for word" but must convey the idea? For this we need the Spirit!
  • A disciple on Revelation 2
    To Irene from 3 months ago, Jeremiah 6; All of the churches were "salvageable" otherwise the Lord wouldn't have sent to speak to them to repent! Ephesus was in danger of being removed altogether of her place even as a Lampstand for the Lord because they forgot their first love! So what good then will be all their activities? Laodicea was rich in this world, luke warm, stupid and blind spiritually.
  • A disciple on Jeremiah 6
    "They have healed also the hurt of the daughter of my people *slightly, saying, Peace, peace; when there is no peace." - Slightly - Hebrew; qalal' - a prim. root; to be (caus. make) light; lit. (swift, small, sharp, etc.) or fig. (easy, trifling, vile, etc.) - abate, make bright, bring into contempt, (ac) curse, despise, (the) ease (-y; -ier); to make or esteem lightly, etc. How do you read this?
  • BSP on 1 John 3
    Verses 17 and 18: If we have the ability to help others out and yet we fail to do so because of greed or indifference, how can we say that we love God? We need to love not only in word, but show that love by our actions.
  • Ray321 on 2 Corinthians 11
    Wow Apostle Paul labored more then anybody in the Lord. 2 Corinthians 11:23 Are they ministers of Christ? I speak as a fool I am more in labours more abundant, in stripes above measure, in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft. Jesus suffer the cross, Paul suffer beheaded. Wow, that is unbelievable how they suffered. There is a friend that sticked closer then a brother, that's Jesus.
  • Darius T Thomas on Zephaniah 1
    Can you please send me a downloadable copy of this king 👑 James version of the bible?
  • Michael H Waller JR. on Genesis 1
    Jeffery in regards to your comment. Determining the correct temperature of the Sun is tricky wouldn't you think? The Placement would have to be perfect for correct light and heat. Genesis is an amazing book.
  • Mark Diffin on Psalms 22
    A.D. , you are avoiding my question once again and it is very basic. Why all the mistranslations and deceptions. If the truth is with Christianity, then it should speak for itself. If it needs to twist the meaning the the Old Testament then questions need to be raised - why?!! All I am asking is honesty and truth. Changing the meaning of scriptures is changing the word G-d my friend.
  • Sharron Pettis on 1 Thessalonians 4
    Everyone is having difficulty with this, especially the rapture! Is He coming to take believers in the twinkling of an eye OR NOT? I was brought up having been taught YES. Now everyone putting a different spin on it all! Who can know which interpretation is correct?!?!? I thought we were not appointed to wrath and no these are saying it's so! What is the truth and does everyone just see it
  • Shine on 1 Samuel 1
    Four biblical steps we can learn from 1 Samuel 1
    1.She kept her promise to God
    2.She went to church
    3.She gave special offering - I Samuel 1 : 25
    4.She sang a Christian song 😃"There is none holy as the Lord there's none besides thee"
    Many of us we ask God to bless, but we don't keep our promise.
    Examples : God give a job and I will pay my tithe, do we pay it faithfully?

  • A disciple
    Lastly to Ralph; There are some who can't seem to get straight in their heads, that we are to be Bible Scholars, and walk with God and be perfect in our generations. But if we don't thoroughly learn the Scriptures there is no wisdom or knowledge or anything by which we will be able to witness to others. How else can He give us the wisdom to win souls, if we won't learn from Him all about the soul?
  • A disciple
    To Ralph (cont.); There are several parts in the Scriptures, where God seeks to destroy wicked people, because they are set in their wicked ways, and will not hear the word of God. Does He really love those kinds? Of course not! He that made the moral consciousness in man, made it after His own likeness; and God is angry every day because of what all is being done by men, but He restrains Himself.
  • A disciple on Psalms 5
    Hi RALPH268; This is a difficult thing for a lot of good people to understand. How can God love wicked people; murderers, pedophiles, etc.? He doesn't! But the Scriptures say, that God has no pleasure in the death of the wicked; but that the wicked turn from his wicked ways, and from the violence in their hands, and do right and live. God made man upright; but they have sought out many inventions.
  • A disciple on Daniel 1
    Edna; the story of Daniel the Prophet is amazing and wonderful! Did you realize, that Daniel and Ezekiel were both carried away with the captivity? When we read how great things God gave to them to do and to write; (while under subjection to the heathen!); it should give us all strength in understanding our own times, and how we can serve the Lord powerfully despite humiliating life circumstances.
  • A disciple on Ephesians 1
    Tom; I'm curious which English exactly are you referring to? Is it any of those who so loved the Lord Jesus and the Scriptures, that they were mercilessly persecuted, and of the most beautiful and righteous people who were ever born English that were burnt alive for their true holiness and constancy? Is that who you are slandering and demeaning? Should we listen more to your words than theirs?
  • A disciple on 1 Corinthians 1
    Ray321; AMEN Brother! How can we get saved without the word of God? How can we continue in His grace without the word of God? Isaiah 8:20 literally translated, says, "To the law and to the testimony, if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no *light (i.e. a dawning; as one up early to a task; URGENCY!) in them." If there's no burning hunger for God's word there's darkness!
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Mr. Diffin; If you really want someone to answer you honestly, don't you first have to have a mind willing to hear the truth? If you've already (or still) opened a door for the devil's thoughts, and lying to yourself as if they are anything but worthless; then I would suggest that you carefully consider how else you are going to be able to stand before God at the last day, if not through His Son.
  • A disciple on Ephesians 1
    "As newborn babes, desire the sincere milk of the word, that ye may grow thereby:" Don't you want to grow in grace, and in the knowledge of the Lord Jesus Christ? If Jesus said that the only way we will be saved, is by doing all these His words; who are you to say we don't have to know them? Hebrews 5:11-14 explains very well what I'm talking about: being unskilled in the Word makes you unusable.
  • Ray321 on 1 Corinthians 1
    For the wages of sin is death. That means we are going to face death because of sin on our flesh. Paul had the same problem we are facing, our flesh produce sin. Roman 8:24 O wretched man that I am! who shall deliver me from the body of this death? By reading the Word and praying to the Father, we can be cleanse from this corrupt body, which is the flesh. Amen
  • A disciple on Jeremiah 1
    If in the calling of Jeremiah, we all see our own calling in Christ; it is because of the Divine Calling of the LORD's Anointed the Saviour, the great Antitype of all Prophets and Saints. The things told to Jeremiah, we can and should apply to ourselves; for why else were they written? And they have all their fulfillment in the Lord Jesus Christ! As we study these words, pray them in and believe!
  • Jeff Berry on Genesis 1
    Israel M McCall, interesting line of thought but God created light before He separated the light from the darkness. Right (vv 3-4)?
  • A disciple on Malachi 1
    "And if ye offer the blind for sacrifice, is it not evil? and if ye offer the lame and sick, is it not evil?" How is it that so many fancy themselves saved Christians, yet have no idea or care about God's absolute hatred and intolerance of sin and uncleanness? And if any rebuke the sin and protest to them out of the Scriptures, they cry out in self defense, You're full of pride! You're so mean!
  • A disciple
    How can anyone honestly think, that God loves wicked, murderers, rapists, or pedophiles? How do some imagine, that God is not deeply revolted and completely disgusted, at the perversion and violence and lawlessness that is filling the world? while the vast multitudes of pretending Christians, can only concern themselves with themselves, and their fleshy lusts and covetousness; and nothing for God!
  • A disciple on John 3
    God loves everyone? What about Psalms 11:5? "The LORD trieth the righteous: but the wicked and him that loveth violence his soul hateth." And Malachi 1:2-4; "..I loved Jacob, and I hated Esau.." God first loved us, and sent His only begotten Son into the world to die for us to save us from our sins. He is good, kind, and patient, even toward His enemies; but for His love they are His adversaries.
  • Bruce on Ephesians 1
    Where does it say, you have to be a Bible Scholar or well versed in The Bible to be Saved? / By The Foolishness of Preaching,by Those who are Born-again Preaching to Others The Good News, without Knowing One Word of The Bible,The Lost can ask Forgiveness. The Thief on The Cross Only Knew to say: Remember me---
  • A disciple on 1 Corinthians 1
    Ray321 (cont.); How many times do we read where the Lord answered His adversaries with, Have you not read? Have you not read so much as this? Have you NEVER READ..? Matthew wrote his Evangel in 37 AD; the same year as the Lord's death and resurrection. Most of the other Books were written about twenty to thirty years later. John's Books were written some sixty years later. They only used Old Test.

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