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  • Mark Hudson on John 5
    Re:These are my comments to Rosalinasaysonkotapay's John Chapter 5 comment on 9/19/2013, 2:57am... (Number 1): Matthew 18? The angel said,“You are to give Him the name JESUS, because He will save His people from their sins.”Acts 4:12 says,“Salvation is found in no one else, for there is NO OTHER NAME under heaven given to men by which we must be saved. Acts 2:21 says, “Everyone who calls on the NAME of the Lord will be saved.” (Number 2):1 Corinthians 3:15, If anyone's work is burned up, he will suffer loss, though he himself will be saved, but only as through fire. Jesus My Savior
  • Michael on Prayer of Azariah 1
    The prayer is awesome. it blessed me to know that there was a prayer of Azariah. After reading the Book of Daniel and their story, I had a question about that what prayer that they had prayed. So years later, here it is. Here is my million dollar question: "why wasn't this prayer with the book of daniel? That prayer of faith was awesome. Who decided that it was uninspired, what leaders made the choice to deprive us of this nugget from God? The prayer of the man that God delivered from a burning furnice. So his prayer, his praise and his thanks to God was not good enough to make the list. Its his testimony, right? I read the commentary on the books that didn't make the Canon, but I still feel that this prayer should have been in the book of Daniel.
  • Mary on 1 Samuel 4:21
    Who is she that named her son Ichabod?what was her name?
  • Bill joyce on 1 Corinthians 14:35
    Women can preach in churches. i mean if men are starting to step down then who is there to fill their shoes?
  • Turtle of WA on Matthew 6
    I love Matthew 6. I feel that Christians need to read it more carefully. Are not the words in verse 9-13 an example of how to speak to God privately in your own words? How is it that these words were then turned into the Lord's Prayer, which is repeated publicly, when Jesus counsels against this in the preceding verses? It seems hypocritical. Just as Jesus said it did. Can someone please explain?
  • The only name given under heaven whereby men MUST be saved is Jesus Christ. Not Allah, not Buddah, not a job, not a husband - only Jesus Christ saves us. So, if we are to escape the wrath of God that He will pour out on the wicked, it starts with calling on the name of Jesus and serving Him and not other things. God's wrath will be full of vengeance and righteous judgment and without any mercy. God's wrath will tear down all the unrighteous and ungodly. Who will be able to stand in that great and terrible day of the Lord? Those washed in the blood of Jesus and found on the Lamb's Book of Life
  • Bert McIntoah on Deuteronomy 26:5
    So Israel really belongs to Syria??? I thought that Abraham came from Babylon and, while being promised a ''land", had not inherited it yet, was a 'wandering Babylonian'. Also on 'Wesley's Notes - I have heard of Chaldea and Mesopotamia. - I have never heard that they were a 'part' of Syria. Rather it was the other way around. Syria was a part of them.
  • Bert McIntoah on Deuteronomy 26:5
    So Israel really belongs to Syria??? I thought that Abraham came from Babylon and, while being promised a ''land", had not inherited it yet, was a 'wandering Babylonian'. Also on 'Wesley's Notes - I have heard of Chaldea and Mesopotamia. - I have never heard that they were a 'part' of Syria. Rather it was the other way around. Syria was a part of them.
  • Bert McIntoah on Deuteronomy 26:5
    So Israel really belongs to Syria??? I thought that Abraham came from Babylon and, while being promised a ''land", had not inherited it yet, was a 'wandering Babylonian'. Also on 'Wesley's Notes - I have heard of Chaldea and Mesopotamia. - I have never heard that they were a 'part' of Syria. Rather it was the other way around. Syria was a part of them.
  • Bruce on Psalms 90
    What does it mean - Let the beauty of the Lord be upon us in verse 17?
  • Mark on John 11
    Jesus States: Believe, Do you believe? Why do you doubt? If you believe... Believe me when I tell you... Believe in Me and Live... He that believeth in Me... John 11:40, (KJV), Jesus saith unto her, "Said I not unto thee, that, if thou wouldest believe, thou shouldest see the Glory Of God?" Believe thou?
  • Marc on John 1
    There is a lot of talk about God, which is good, don't get me wrong. John 5:19, do you see what Jesus, who knew he had all power but states, and I might add, important for all of us, "The Son can do nothing in himself"... This hit home with me, we have our many problems and struggles, why? You can do nothing in yourself, as the father do, you do... Read John 6:63, one of the best verses I keep reading, discerning? Yes...
  • Ock on Romans 10
    Romans 10:15.....And how can people preach UNLESS THEY ARE SENT? [ who were sent and by whom and with what authority?] "SENT", as used in the Greek language of which the book of Romans was written, is apostello. [apostle] "Peace be with you. As the Father has SENT me, even so I SEND you."That authority was delegated to the Apostles ALONE by Jesus Christ. Someone please show where where the Bible gives authority to anyone other that Apostles or their designee 9VIA THE LAYING ON OF HANDS) TO PREACH?
  • Teresa on Genesis 2
    So did God create man then Adam and Eve?
  • Keyna Welenc on Isaiah 5:14
    I believe hell is located "under the earth" according to Philippians 2:10 "in heaven and on earth and 'under the earth' "
    Hell enlarged herself after Jesus preached to the Old Testament saints (1Peter 3:18-20) in Abraham's bosom and released them from prison. Before this, a great chasm (Luke 16:19-31) separated Hell (those in torment) from Abraham's bosom. The rich man (in hell) asked that Lazarus (in Abraham's bosom) be sent to dip the end of his finger in water and cool his tongue. Verse 26- the great chasm was fixed... no one could cross/pass over. Jesus released those in prison and Abraham's bosom was emptied, then hell enlarged herself (was expanded).
    I believe this is where Catholics get the idea of purgatory (even though this place is not mentioned in the bible). Purgatory was emptied after Jesus descended into hell and released the prisoners from Abraham's bosom.
    Is the idea of hell enlarging itself (and being enlarged ever since) the cause of so-called global warming???
  • Mark on 1 John 4
    I need some advice from believers. 1 John starting with v-8, He that loves not, knows not God. Second, v-18, there is no fear in love, but perfect love cast out fear. I have not known the concept of love, I have loathed myself since childhood, what do I do? V-13, 15, 2, I have confessed Jesus as Lord, believe the Holy Spirit is given to me, and v-2, says I am of God, So how can I know I'm of God because I confess him without shame even, but yet not be of Him because I love not? I was scorned, betrayed, beaten, and was told repeatedly I am nothing by my very creators, both of them, and that's what I've been, nothing... I don't know how to love myself, in the sense of any worth, never mind knowing how to love others, so how can I be anything useful? I've prayed a lot over my 50 plus years but live in complete fears, not love, need help... Thx.
  • Bill Holden on Isaiah 9:6
    You can correct me ok. My thought is that my parents gave me my physical body but GOD put my soul or me in the body. Was Jesus born and GOD put Jesus the person in the body which would be GOD himself?
  • Lurline on Matthew 15:4
    What if you had abusive unloving parents and you were not raised in Church so you were unaware of this command from God about not speaking evil of parents ? when your parents were evil how can you not speak or remember them as anything other than evil ans unloving?
  • Mark Hudson on John 5
    Re: In regard to rosalina's and Albert Sholam's comment of John ch: 5. If I may offer I think both are correct. It is said in the Bible but not exactly sure where, that some will be saved by His Name alone (Jesus), and another, those missing the flames of hell just barely, if we see the many intricacies in us, how much more is there in God? Remember, His Grace, and what He Has established will succeed, and He Knows those who are His... My own opinion is that we all still sin, as Paul says in Romans, wanting to do good, but then he does what he does not want, it's realizing the sin, as Paul states, how wretched am I. I think it's a matter of as quickly as possible, seeing, confessing, and returning to the table in conversing and discerning in Him by communication in order that we may remain in Christ. Jesus stated, he who believes in Me though he die will live, and he that (lives), and believes in Me shall never die, John 11: 25-26, I suggest to you if God is Love, and His Ways are not our ways, then it really is His Grace, As God states, I Will have compassion in whom I have compassion on, we can't comprehend that Love, It's Mercy... Take it, recieve it, live it, and as you do, Glorify His Name...
  • Rev. Autrey on Romans 3
    (This is my response to "NOT TRUE" comments. The issue is not whether the law is good or not. The issure is in our inability to keep the law. As Paul said in Romans 7: "I don't understand myself at all, for I really want to do what is right, but I don't do it. Instead, I do the very thing I hate." Then he says, "But I can't help myself, because it is sin inside me that makes me do these evil things."

    So how can we "be perfect" as Matthew 5:48 tells us to? We do this by letting Jesus take away our sins. This happens when we place our faith in him. This washes away all our sins, present or past. Anyway, all sins are "past" once we have committed them.

    By not "making void the law" Paul is simply saying what we all understand. That is, it the law's purpose to expose our sins. It does this by always being a part of the Bible. And it has done its job well. It did it so well it killed Jesus for our sins. But once it had done its job, its administration over us ended. Because as Paul said, "We died with Christ on the cross." And as any legal student knows, the law has no power over someone who is dead to its effects.

    Paul summarizes it like this. "So this is the point. The law no longer holds you in its power, because you died to its power when you died with Christ on the cross. ... Now we can really serve God. not in the old way by obeying the letter of the law, but in the new way by the Spirit."

    I hope this clears up this matter!
  • Keith on John 9
    I find it interesting that the Pharisees say they know that God talked with Moses. They may have read it or been told it but were not themselves there. They had to take it on faith. Why then could they not take it on faith what Jesus told them?
  • was that his real sister? more explaination
  • Ciscokid on Colossians 3
    Notice the first verse---if you then be risen with Christ. How are we risen with Christ???
    And verse nine--ye have put off the OLD man with his deeds. How??
    Verse 10 And have put on the new man---How???
    If you read Romans 6--it will tell you how!!!!
    3 Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?

    4Therefore we are buried with him by baptism into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life.

    5 For if we have been planted together in the likeness of his death, we shall be also in the likeness of his resurrection:

    6 Knowing this, that our old man is crucified with him, that the body of sin might be destroyed, that henceforth we should not serve sin.3 Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?

    4Therefore we are buried with him by BAPTISM
    into death: that like as Christ was raised up from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life.
  • Define: "long". And by whose definition?
    Aren't we (including Paul) really talking about masculinity VS effeminacy? And is this really something we want to beat each other over the hairy head with?
    Now before you jump me, do an honest study of the Shroud of Turin. Then we shall talk further.
  • Gladys on Jonah 1
    Could someone explain to me about the gourd and what it means,why was he so upset that it died? Thanks
  • David on Luke 14:26
    Another saying from the prince of peace?
  • James on Deuteronomy 24
    Michael in which verse do you see where a newly married couple should live separately in two different houses?
  • Rosalina on John 5
    (This is my response to Albert Mould-Shalom's comment dated 8/12/2013 at 3:47am on John Chapter 5 about verse 25):

    I beg to disagree of what you said that, "No matter how deep in SIN one may be; no matter what one may have DONE, whosoever shall call upon the name of the LORD shall be saved". Because the TRUTH is Our Lord Jesus Christ himself shall DENY him as what was written in Matthew 7:21-23, "Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that DOETH the will of my Father which is in heaven. 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? And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that WORK INIQUITY". Understand what was written in 2Peter 2:20-22, "For if after they have escaped the pollutions of the world through the knowledge of the Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, they are again entangled therein, and overcome, the latter end is worse with them than the beginning. For it had been better for them not to have known the way of righteousness, than, after they have known it, to turn from the holy commandment delivered unto them. But it is happened unto them according to the true proverb, The dog is turned to his own vomit again; and the sow that was washed to her wallowing in the mire".
  • Freddy
    When god says "we". Who will be with him? The angels or what? As we know there is only one god. But in verse 26 He said "we". The question is who will be there with Him??
  • G. irumbi on Psalms 23:6
    if goodness n mercy follows u what else do you fear/want? stay in the way of the lord n all other things shall be added and to you.


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