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  • William B. on Deuteronomy 6:5
    The Lord thy God (Lord of life, God of all created and evolved). God gave us a Heart when we love the Lord God with all our heart, then we are truly alive; for he gave us a heart to love him with all our Soul, Our entire being (all our mind and senses). You know God's entire being; life-love force encompasses the universe, eternity, surely a fragment of our mind, heart and soul is what he gave us to (look at all we’ve made for this life on Earth that God gave us). Haven’t you done all that you could with all your strength and might. Lord God, let us all by evolvement or your creativeness, LOVE YOU with all the heart and the souls you gave us to live in, and with all our might to care for the Earth that is not ours but God’s. Do you have a mind? Or do you mind knowing that the power of our mind was given to us. Do you know why? Because when your mind is on the LORD THY GOD WHO MADE US ALL IN HIS IMAGE then you shall surely know the meaning of the greatest command ever spoken by his Son. How much does God love you, he gave us to know the meaning of love. His son gave his soul (life for us to his Father), so we could keep ours. The one thing on Yeshua's (God's Son) mind was that he did this from his heart and what did he have in mind when he gave all his strength and might on the torture stake. Next time you hold a child in your arms you may see the answer clearly. For God's Love goes on forever. Are you ready to step into eternity with his God’s son, in the purest words ever spoken. Then Love the Lord thy God with all you heart, for then Yeshua becomes part of your living soul and with all your might and strength you have left. Say Yes Lord God I love you! Why? because Eternity waits for those who can live by this greatest commandment! Have faith in the LORD GOD'S LOVE. YOU KNOW THAT GOD ALWAYS wins. Why? Because he said so, GOD'S LOVE ALWAYS WINS. Thank you Lord for allowing me to type these words.
  • DANIEL on John 3:8
    The holy ghost where it wishes can make you hear the sound, voice; the Greek word is phone. Meaning voice, tongues; so it is with everyone born of the spirit. See Acts chapters 2, 10, and 19; Mark 16. It’s easy; no tongues no holy ghost; then you’re none of his.
  • Regina watkins on Exodus 16
    How much is an omer and how much is an ephah?
  • A.R Methula on Genesis 3
    On verse one, it states the serpent was more subtil:
    1. Where did he get that more subtilty?
    2. Why is the serpent unable to talk today?
    3. Does the tree of the knowledge of good and evil still exist today?
  • This was great, why would it be taken out? I am a ex-addict, drunkard saved by Jesus Christ who has changed my life. I have been clean for 6 years, or better and saved for 5. This would have been of a great help to me and will be a help to people I know now.
  • Larry richards on Luke 3:23
    What does "being (AS WAS SUPPOSED) the son of Joseph" mean? Does it mean that God in his infinite wisdom and abilities found a method for Mary to be virgin, and yet for Joseph to be the biological father of Jesus? Is such thing possible today via medical procedure? If so, then why couldn't God have done the same or similar thing?
  • VJ on Isaiah 56:10
    Brother Tim,
    You implied that 'voting for budget cuts that hurt the military that is responsible for protecting the Country is somehow negative.’ Where in the Bible does it say we need a massive military, and a 60B/month defence budget? Do you justify the atom bombs, Gulf of Tonkin Incident, Iraq war, 9/11 (not the result but the perpetrators), and so forth which many consider fake? Please let’s remain in the word of God, and separate ourselves from the military and politics. Thanks and all the best.
  • Biodun Williams on Ephesians 1
    The Word of God is the will of God, and where there is a will there is a way. This letter of Paul to the Ephesians has always been a great blessing to me, and that has been through several times. In this commencement of Ephesians 1, Paul affirms that God has blessed us with all spiritual blessings, in the heavenly places. And that connotes that as Christians, we should not fight one another. And that is because godliness does not fight godliness, neither does righteousness fight righteousness. As a matter of fact, looking at it very well, they are meant to complement one another. And If you don’t know what God has been doing, or that he has done, in and through another, then you can’t fall into assumption and think that is appropriate. And that is one of the reason why Paul wrote the way he did, to remind us, as saints and believers, that we are already blessed. And if we are blessed, then what is the fight with others that are in in the things of the Holy Spirit? Honestly, if we know who we are as individuals, in the LORD, based on the covenant we won’t get into any fight with one another. What we have been called into is to fight the good fight of faith. He did not say that we should end the good fight of faith. Some of us perhaps, instead of reflecting on the Word of God, are reflecting on the letters of the Word, and that is not right. As matter of fact, you can’t talk about others carelessly or anyhow, that is because righteousness has it’s semblance from the Holy Spirit and does not do whatever he likes. And hence the import of true discernment. The truth is God does not reveal His secrets to His enemies, therefore the carnal nature is an enemy of His creature. If we are truly saints, then sanctity and uprightness have been imputed in us through the Holy Spirit. I thank the LORD, that I know who I’m, in Christ Jesus. and that is through the grace of God that has been bestowed upon me. And that is what stirs me up, into rejoicing, in the Holy Spirit; for it is not by power nor by might but by the Spirit of God. You see, where there is no true fellowship, there can’t be genuine relationship. And hence you can’t expect real friendship, in that type of situation. I believe that is worthy of note. And that is because, every relationship that must stand the test of time, must be first based on love and truth. On a personal note, I love the Word of God and that is the reason for this; and truthfully in all genuineness, I have never seen anything like the things of the Holy Spirit before in all my entire life. God is good and He is forever faithful. Therefore it is imperative we have total dependency on Him and His dictates.
  • Larry richards on John 3:8
    There is but one reason that we hear the wind blow but know not where it goes. Wind (air in motion) is INVISIBLE. And so, He says, those who are born again are invisible. After, yes after, one is born of the spirit of God, he sees and enters into the kingdom of God, in a form which is invisible to (then) Nicodemus and we on earth now. Little wonder that Nicodemus responded: "How can these things be?" Even now, this can be hard for one to understand.
  • Larry richards on John 3:2
    On this night, following a full day in which a large number of people watched Jesus perform many miracles, I wonder where everybody else was? Perhaps having dinner, or a nap, or on a date, or at a party. At any rate, too busy to visit Jesus. All but this one very good man who wanted to learn more from Him. Far from showing scorn, our loving saviour responded by teaching him how we see and enter into the kingdom of God.
  • Jean gadsden on 1 Corinthians 3:11
    What is the meaning of foundation?
  • Samuel Thomas on Numbers 17
    @Sean,
    If one man sins against another, the judge shall judge him; but if a man sins against the LORD, who shall entreat for him? 1 Samuel 2:25, In the wilderness journey they always rebelled against God, tempted God, provoked God, Grieved God. These were not some fairly minor offences! But as we are in this Grace period, we ought to believe the Holy Scriptures, and walk accordingly. Believe in Jesus, take water baptism and receive Holy Spirit, and be ready for the soon return of Jesus Christ our Lord.
  • R. D. Mattock on 2 Corinthians 4
    On verse 1, Webster says that Mercy is the goodness of God sent to relieve misery. I differ, Webster was a man who coined definitions. Mercy is much greater than that. In the Old Testament when God’s people were outnumbered by enemies that surrounded them, God told them to bring the praisers out. Then God told them what to say. “Praise the Lord, his Mercy endureth forever.” Mercy is deployed to defeat enemies. Mercy becomes one of the most powerful combatant elements of God’s nature. Have you ever thought of Mercy as being combatant?
  • Jim on Ezekiel 1
    Here's the problem. This book is unlike any other book in the Bible in that Ezekiel describes in his best vernacular of the time, a machine, or a thing, that affects and is affected by the natural world. It includes a being that he says has the LIKENESS of God. Remember, you will NOT "see" God and live. So this is NOT God. In addition, it is so critical that an Omnipotent Being named God flash fire and smoke and noise and lightning and heat and roaring noise… come on, that's absurd. And finally, there are a LOT of 'actors' here. Who are the six "men" with weapons? Who is the one other person, "a man" with the clipboard?
  • Can the wives of those that are made eunuchs by mutilation be allowed to marry other men?
  • Bro. Daniel FC on Exodus 20
    @Clint,
    Can you be more specific? Of course we all want to make a point to underline our own belief. The question is: Does that match what the Bible teaches?
  • Ejay Villame on Acts 2
    The Scripture here is correct but why does the picture is NOT correct? Acts 2:2 says: “And suddenly there came a sound from heaven as of a rushing mighty wind, and it filled all the house where they were SITTING”. THE APOSTLES AND THE OTHER PEOPLE WITH THEM ON THAT DAY WERE [sitting] AND NOT [standing] AS WHAT THE PICTURE SHOWS IN THIS WEBSITE!
  • Albert on Matthew 17
    Jesus said “Elias truly shall come first to restore all things”. People missed the Elijah of their day. Have you recognized the Elijah God sent us for this age?
  • Jim Stubits on Revelation 13:18
    I have made a board game called six hundred threescore and six to unfold the mystery of this number. Interesting.
  • Calvin on Acts 14
    In chapter 14, I see the longsuffering of the evangelistic trail. This is not surprising, but to be expected. If God was longsuffering towards us, how much more will that be expected of us? Keep walking the walk.
  • Hope on John 11
    This chapter is encouraging to my life. Sometimes we ask God: why bad things happen? We think we are so unlucky and if God was there with us, then why did it happen? But here we see that He saw it even before it happened. Let us give Glory to God for everything that happens in our lives, He knows all about all of them.
  • John Bonhom on Job 1
    Why did Job believe his sons had sinned?
  • John Bonhom on Job 1:4
    I am confuse about Job 1:4 when the sons feasted on his appointed day. What is the appointed day?
  • Shania on Song of Solomon 1
    It does not matter at all, whether Jesus was black red purple or green. What this is about is Jesus' love for us? The only thing that matters is his love. He doesn’t care if we are black or not, so why should we care whether he is?
  • Steve on Mark 10:21
    He loved him. He demonstrated that love for him by telling him what he must do in order to worship and become a disciple. The rich young ruler could have had vast satisfaction and blessing in obedience, but rather chose to be rich, how sad. He could have had great comfort in knowing he had forsaken all for The Master. Instead he doubtless lived a life of misery, never being satisfied with the wealth he loved more than his Savior.

    Do we repeat this same mistake? Surely this man was a child of God for Jesus 'loved him'. Nevertheless, his selfishness hindered his joy in this time world.
  • R. D. Mattock on 1 Corinthians 14
    1 Corinthians 12:1, “Now concerning spiritual gifts I would not have you ignorant”. Is prayer important? Yes. Is tithing important? Yes. I cannot find a whole chapter on any of these. There is a whole chapter on instruction for tongues given to the Church. Some would say it is of the Devil. Before I got saved I hung out at the bars, I never once heard anybody there speaking in tongues. Jesus spoke of two experiences. A well and rivers of living water. The well is when you get saved. Rivers are when you get filled with the Holy Spirit with the evidence of speaking in other tongues. Paul speaks in tongues in prayer. Because at time, we don't know how to pray but the Spirit makes intercession. Buy the way it is recorded three times when Jesus spoke in tongues. Mark 5:41 and Mathew 27:46, are two of the three times. The Great Commission; does not stop at baptizing them in the name of the Father and Son, and the Holy Ghost. It goes on to say they shall lay hands on the sick and they shall recover, they shall speak with new tongues, they shall cast out Devils.
  • Patty on Acts 2
    If baptism isn't important to be saved then why does Christ say it is so often in the scriptures? Because it is very important.
    Mark 16:16 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.

    Acts 11:16 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    Then remembered I the word of the Lord, how that he said, John indeed baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost.

    Luke 3:21 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    Now when all the people were baptized, it came to pass, that Jesus also being baptized, and praying, the heaven was opened,

    Matthew 20:23 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    And he saith unto them, Ye shall drink indeed of my cup, and be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with: but to sit on my right hand, and on my left, is not mine to give, but it shall be given to them for whom it is prepared of my Father.

    Acts 1:5 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    For John truly baptized with water; but ye shall be baptized with the Holy Ghost not many days hence.

    Romans 6:3 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?

    1 Corinthians 1:16 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    And I baptized also the household of Stephanas: besides, I know not whether I baptized any other.

    Matthew 20:22 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    But Jesus answered and said, Ye know not what ye ask. Are ye able to drink of the cup that I shall drink of, and to be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with? They say unto him, We are able.

    Mark 10:39 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    And they said unto him, We can. And Jesus said unto them, Ye shall indeed drink of the cup that I drink of; and with the baptism that I am baptized withal shall ye be baptized:

    Matthew 3:14 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    But John forbad him, saying, I have need to be baptized of thee, and comest thou to me?

    Mark 10:38 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    But Jesus said unto them, Ye know not what ye ask: can ye drink of the cup that I drink of? and be baptized with the baptism that I am baptized with?

    Acts 22:16 | Read whole chapter | See verse in context
    And now why tarriest thou? arise, and be baptized, and wash away thy sins, calling on the name of the Lord.
  • Bryant Fry on Deuteronomy 22:5
    Moses here is speaking of the identity of the two genders, and it is a comparison to nature. Paul in 1 Corinthians 11:14-15 is reiterating the same principle in the church age that we read here in this passage. Just as we are not to change the identity of the genders for any reason, so Paul is saying the same thing in the New Testament. Consider this: God made the gender differences a very important part of our lives. He made the distinctions, not man. He designed the distinctions in hair lengths, and the distinctions in clothing, not man. This nature was established in Genesis and carries through to the book of Revelation and beyond. 1 Corinthians 14:33 “For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace, as in all churches of the saints." God still expects us to follow His standards. Here are examples of how God's standards haven't changed: “I clothe the heavens with blackness, and I make sackcloth their covering (Isaiah 50:3).”
    “ Wherefore, if God so clothe the grass of the field, which to day is, and to morrow is cast into the oven, shall he not much more clothe you, O ye of little faith? (Matthew 6:30)”
    “If then God so clothe the grass, which is to day in the field, and to morrow is cast into the oven; how much more will he clothe you, O ye of little faith (Luke 12:28)?”
    Isaiah tells us how God clothed the heavens, and continues to do so. In the Matthew and Luke passages, we see that God still has the same nature for grasses that existed thousands of years ago.
  • Mac on Romans 13:1
    Trying to compare Pauline position with Rawls’ justice theory position and Kant's categorical imperative. Does the state have a divine mandate of heaven even the immoral ones or does humanity have the responsibility to choose a better way?
  • Diana Brown on Daniel 7
    Are the 144,000 saints of the Most High that will be redeemed from the earth a Jehovah’s Witnesses teaching?


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