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  • Daniel on Genesis 9
    Noah was selected by God, to bring life back to the earth that was just destroyed, from what I understand to be overwhelming negativity and tyranny born into all men.

    Noah then proceeds to get himself drunk and fall asleep nude, before God, and his family. Is this to imply that all men are inherently flawed?
  • Tsering on Matthew 5
    5.41 Life is a journey, full of tests and obstacles. Believe that God is with you and put out your best efforts to overcome the obstacles, how can you not go that extra mile or even more?
  • Timothy Wayne George on Proverbs 17
    Will you be a friend to someone, who is in need of a friend today? A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity. My parents had six children, and the last two where boys. My mom said the first four kids, two boys, and two girls where to be the only children. Well God had other plans, and I remember this verse always. God knows the end, from the beginning, and He knew my parents needed two extra friends. Thank God for your children, for they are your friends, and they will love you always. When adversity comes, they will be there to help you. God does not make mistakes, and He knows just how many children you need. When we get to heaven, then will we be able to rejoice with all the friends that God blessed us to have.
  • Bwalya. on Mark 1
    Itís so amazing to see how much power and authority Christ Jesus has, and even more wonderful to realize that He has given us the some power even beyond, to everyone of us who accepts his invitation as His disciples did, isnít this winsome?.
  • Paul on Psalms 106
    Focusing on verses 13 to 15 for the moment, although I guess to much of the Psalm, it applies to their fundamental sin, which was a lack of trust in God's goodness [an egocentric world view]...that He would provide them with the 'food' they needed in His perfect timing?
  • David on Mark 15
    My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me? Jesus was not forsaken by God, Jesus was teaching us his word, as it was written years before his crucifixion. Psalms Chapter 22 as confirmation that his word is true. Believe in his entire word as gospel or don't, it\\\'s your choice, God or the devil.
  • Marnie on Isaiah 9
    Jeff and Jacques ... Matthew 28:19 ... The words of Jesus Christ ... "go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost" ... Whose word is more important? The word of Peter or the word of Jesus Christ, the Son of God?
  • Q powers on Job 11
  • Evalena Latham on Psalms 27
    Ps 27:1 The Lord is light and my salvation; whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; of whom shall I be afraid? This is a great joy to me to know and believe with all of my heart, that I no longer have to fear any man or any circumstance; for God is always with me. When the spirit of fear comes upon me, I can now by the power of God through Jesus Christ, refuse to yeild to it. Thank you Jesus for setting me free from fear now and forever. You are my joy and peace.
  • Michelle on Numbers 16
    So God listened to Moses when they were in the wilderness. God knows the future. He knew that the children in the wilderness had no faith that they would be able to enter into the Canaan land.
  • I think that this scripture is very comforting, but I also believe that we are going to go through some really hard times before Christ returns. I don\\\'t think that just because we have sat on the pews all these years it guarrentees you an exit from tribulations. Are we more special than those in the bible? They were beaten, saw in half, put in prison, beheaded for believing in Jesus what makes you think you gonna have it so easy?
  • Glenda Kier on 1 John 5:7
    I believe the three are separate. For a thousand years we were taught lies, we were taught to believe the Father and the son are the same, but scriptures tell us they aren't. The Messiah, did a lot of praying, so who did He pray to Himself? No! He prayed to the Father, When He say no one knows the time of the end, but my Father...why would He say that if He was the Father? He also says that He now sits at the right hand of the Father, how can that be if He is the Father? We must understand, when the Word says these three are one, it means they are bound together as one. Just like when two people get married, they are joined together as one, but clearly we can see two separate people.
  • Kevin on Psalms 83
    I agree with many here that the removal of God's name from his own book was a part of the apostate prophecy Paul talked about and also what was meant when Jesus said the road to life is cramped and few are finding it. Nobody in the main stream of Christianity knows God's name has been removed nearly 7,000 times in the Hebrew Scriptures alone. Who freely use and support his name? His witnesses do. Look in the front of your Bible and in many it offers a reason for the removal of Gods name but ask yourself, what man made reason is there to remove God's name from his own book that HE wrote? Was he wrong in putting his name in his book?
  • Sam on Revelation 1
    Short and simple symbolic hair white as snow like wool? A lamb for the slaughter for the sins of this world. All things described are symbolic, has nothing absolutely nothing to do with race. God sees no color he loves us as people, there will be no race in heaven, no marriage. Jew, white, black donít matter. So are you forgiven? Are you his child?
  • Grant on Isaiah 45
    I wonder what the trinitarians think when they come across Isaiah 45:18. God himself says there is no one else, but they say there are two other Gods. Is God saying there are three in one? If there were, he would have said so.
  • Andrť on 2 Kings 19
    Because both sections are telling the same story. In fact there would have been a problem if they were contradicting each other over the same story, but exact copy is not a problem at all.
    Now did the chronicler of the kings of Israel insert that section of the book of Isaiah in the book of kings? that we can not tell, what is true is that both books were written under Godís inspiration. And the exact likeness just proves the author is but one, God, with different writers, Isaiah and the chronicler.
  • Thomas colbert on 2 Kings 19
    I would like to know why 2 Kings 19 reads exactly like Isaiah 37 word for word, does anyone know?
  • Robert on James 3
    Truly stated, How often are all wars of hate started? By one mans thoughts given to him by some one other power than God's, Then poison is past along by evil of the heart, lies cost lives and we know who is the father of lies. On the other hand we can chose to beleive God and live in peace, but we have chosen wrong and have trusted in the lies of the very words we chose to speak. Be carful with what we say and to whom that gives glory.
  • Josh on Genesis 4:13
    Did Cain honestly expect to kill someone and think he would get away with it? Well, when your in Gods presence, you get away with nothing!
  • Josh on Genesis 4:9
    "Where is Abel thy brother?" God asks Cain. Now, any scoffer will look at this verse and say; "If God really IS all-knowing then why is he asking Cain a question if he should already know the answer?" Well its very simple; God IS all-knowing so he will not ask a question when he knows the answer. He asked Cain that question to test his honesty! Then Cain says he doesn't know. So he just lied to God, which is a VERY BIG mistake!
  • Ryan on Job 1
    The Book of Job has always made the most sense to me not as a literal history of a man, but as a parable, used just as Christ later would, to teach that misfortune does not stem from a person's wickedness. When we ask God, "Why me?" during our troubles, this parable teaches us that God is making more from our lives. Even if it is our lot to perish to injustice as the martyrs and saints, in doing so with our faith unbroken we further God's kingdom.

    I do not believe we should interpret this book literally; God and Satan behave in a manner very inconsistant with how they are portrayed everywhere else in the Bible. Rather I am quite convinced this is a parable. It lays out an arguement, points and counterpoints and refutations, and concludes in the last chapter. Besides, 1:8 states Job was a perfect man, yet only Christ was perfect. Job is a hypothetical example to build the premise of this arguement. I am quite certain he never existed, but the teaching in this book is still very real and divinely granted.
  • Josh on Genesis 1:2
    "And the spirit of God moved upon the face of the waters." Now THIS part of the verse REALLY confuses me. Notice it says he moved upon the face of the waters. It doesnt say he CREATED the water, so does that mean its ALWAYS been here?
  • Anyasteph on Numbers 31
    The Lord dosent want the midiante to replanish again by commanding moses to kill all the male and all the women that had known man by lying with them. But why did they brought back those things in vs 50 which the Lord was angry to Aaron?
  • JOHN I COWEN on Daniel 4
    what would god do to our government today to be a priority in their job?
  • Samuel on Jeremiah 33:3
    i love this you know how great god is?take a look at the heavens at night or day and see for yourself that the one who brought us on earth wants to use us for his kingdom.that mean that we are very important and since we are so important it means that we are untouhable because he giveth and taketh was created a little lower than the angels then it means that man can do many great things.look at jesus christ, look at the wonderous works he did and he stated that we can do greater works than him.i remember that in the new testament that someone was demon psesss and the disciples could not of cast out the demon and christ told them that this cometh only by fasting and praying.we as human has great spiritual capabilities but we must yes its compulsory seek god everyday walk and talk with holy and he would showw you great and mighty things that thou knowest not.remember angelica zombrano and mary baxter.
  • PR on 1 John 1
    "Forgiveness from ďsinsĒ is a free gift based on a condition. (Acts 2:38) The condition for forgiveness is baptism in water."

    And Jesus said unto him, Verily I say unto thee, To day shalt thou be with me in paradise. (Luke 23:43)

    So when exactly was the malefactor baptized?

    Either the Lord is wrong or you are.
  • HARRY ALLISON on Psalms 18
    DAVID was always giving JESUS GLORY!MAY I ENDEAVOR TO DO THE SAME.EVEN in times of adversity,when others turn back,i will keep going forward towards THE PRIZE.IS JESUS pleased with me?
  • Yvonne Boatright on Amos 1:5
    I am not quite sure to be honest.. I am still praying and asking the Lord Jesus to reveal it's truths to my heart. Perhaps you could shed some light on this scripture..
  • Kerry on Genesis 2
    On the sixth day our HEAVENLY FATHER created man, both male and female. Which day was Adam created?
  • Samson ohanaka on Titus 3
    The word of God is the true light. It's guidance is not subject to human opinion. Is it not amazing to know that our salvation is not based on our works of righteousness but by grace? Titus 3:4-5. It doesn't matter what you think you have done, how dirty you think your life may have been, or what people think about you. His love for you is greater than the judgement of men against you. Accept his righteous works done on your behalf then you can produce fruits of righteousness.

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