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  • Timothy Wayne George on Luke 13
    This chapter teaches us about repentance, and how that all must repent in order to be saved. We must enter into the strait gate. Jesus is the gate, and we must accept him, and turn from our sins. Praise God for his healing of the woman that had been sick for eighteen years on the sabbath, because he is Lord of Lords, and King of Kings. Jesus predicts his death, burial, and resurrection. Warns the religious leaders that they would see Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob enter the kingdom while they will be left out. They will not be saved until they say blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Thank the Lord he is my Lord, and Savior today will you accept him too?
  • Joy Flagler on Luke 10:5
    This verse is actually referring to the house as is the next verse where it says your peace shall rest on it. I wonder about the son of peace being there. Seems like a divine entity. Spirit? Angel? when referring to sons of God, It is angels we talk about, what then the son of peace. A spirit of peace perhaps....more study necessary.
  • Bonnie on Deuteronomy 22
    I believe it is referring to the homesexual and lesbian deal. I do not believe a woman will go to hell for wearing pants. If we are to follow the Bible word for word then we would have lots of people killing their own children. read ch 21 vs. 18 to 21 of the same book. shall we start stoning children too?
  • Susan Dalton on Proverbs 31
    "Lest they drink, and forget the law..." (Proverbs 31:5)

    The word forget means to mislay. I live near a state highway and our mailboxes are alongside the road. When I go to get our mail, I look down the highway to see what traffic is coming. Sometimes tractor trailers can be coming side by side down the highway. When I see this I do not go up to the mailboxes, instead, I wait until the trucks have passed; the mailboxes have been replaced at least twice due to someone plowing through them.

    The other day I was walking up to the mailboxes. I was - just walking up to get the mail. I was not at the highway yet, but I heard a transfer truck. The noise perked up my ears which inturn perked up my mind: wake up, be alert, you are close to the road.

    We can forget and mislay the law. It's not that the law of safety was not in my mind before I heard the truck, but, at that time it was not on the front of my mind. I know I would have had safety on the front of my mind before I got to the mailboxes even if I had not heard the truck, but it was a reminder that the law can be mislayed. (not on the front of the mind) Many times we may not want the burden of carrying the law on the front of our minds, but it is a reponsiblity that we cannot mislay, especially, if safety of lives depends upon us keeping that law. If we mislay the law, in this case safety, we may find ourselves guilty of negligence. In the case of man's law, if the law is mislayed while driving, we would find ourselves guilty of reckless driving; or vehicular manslaughter, or other forms of manslaughter if someone was killed while the law was mislayed.

    If someone is intoxicated with drink, they forget the law. A drunk driver most likely has the law of not drinking and driving in their mind, but at the time of an accident because they are drunken they are not keeping that law. They actually mislayed that law when they made the decision to drink, and then to drink and drive.

    Sometimes mislaying the law may not be so obvious; its more like falling asleep at the wheel. In whatever case, the mind has departed from that which it should be keeping.

    When we forget the law something has taken its place. Accidents can be the result of the law which is in our mind being mislayed.

    Spiritually speaking, Jesus admonishes us to be sober and alert. It is not enough for us to know the Word of God, we must be keeping the Word of God.

    We are exhorted to gird up the loins of our minds; to have the mind of Christ.

    If we mislay the law, referring now to the Word of God, we may find ourselves guilty of drinking and driving with deadly consequences. The mislaying of God's Word results in sin which ends in death.

    Why do mother's tell their children the law over and over again? Are they not trying to engrave the law into their minds? Are they not seeking to keep the law on the forefront of their childrens' minds? Yet each child must grow up and keep the wisdom themselves.

    Everyday should be Mother's Day in respect to do not despise thy mother; or,in other words, do not despise the law of thy mother for it is your life.

    Lest we forget, remember: honor thy mother...that it may be well with thee, and thou mayest live long on the earth.
  • Bill on Revelation 1
    Studying history, one can only notice that throughout history religious men have percieved the apocalypse in their own time from Revs 1:1.Reading canon histories from across medieval europe they are all cirtain they live in the end of days. I personally deem 2000 years not a short period of time. Is this not more apt for creationist followers of the bible who see the world as 4000 years old. Could this be wrong? Or was the biblical perception of time different to modern social norms?

    Or is it as it always is when a religious person is wrong, a metphor and not real?
  • Lightening on Genesis 6:2
    Butch: Jennifer and Wesley have it right. You do greatly err knowing neither the Scripture nor the power of God...for those who die in Christ are like the angels in Heaven who neither marry nor are given away in marriage. You never read that passage did you? The LORD HIMSELF stated this. If fallen angels are called by Scripture "the sons of God" then there is no reason for a Savior to go to the cross and die for our sins. Ya knucklehead.
  • Solon on Esther 3
    Walter, in this tale you will notice that the only falsity in evidence was on the part of Mordecai and Esther. Mordecai concealed his true identity and required that Esther do likewise; Mordecai acted as a spy and by means of subterfuge; Mordecai urged Esther to -- let's call it what it is: prostitute herself. Vashti, the Persian queen, had the character to turn away from position and wealth to protect her virtue, but Esther prostituted herself to gain power and riches.
    Furthermore, the Persians had liberated Jews and Persian 'taxpayers' were called upon to offer up their treasure to sustain Jews as they rebuilt Jerusalem. Where was Mordecai and Esther's gratitude for this major and ongoing generosity?

    That gives rise to another question: Why were Esther and Mordecai in Persia and not in Jerusalem? Aren't we told that the entire quest of Jewish people is for the "land of zion," to return to Jerusalem? Why was Esther in Persia?

    Finally, you'll notice that god is not mentioned in the entire book of Esther. The book is not a spiritual tract, it is political.
    Inasmuch as Benj. Netanyahu closed an important speech with emphasis on Esther, and that Jewish people who celebrate no other element of Jewish religion or culture nevertheless celebrate Purim, the feast of the slaughter of 75,000 Persians, it becomes important for Christians everywhere to completely rethink the intentions of Jewish people in other lands.
  • Ntuthu Dhlamini on Isaiah 1:18
    Looks to me that the Lord is always the One who makes the first move in trying to bring His lost children back to Him. Notice how in Genesis He is the One calling out to Adam and Eve saying where art thou? They have sinned and they decide to run away and hide from God. God makes the first move which culminates with Him promising them a Saviour. He decides not only to forgive them but to also take their punishment. What a great God! Contrary to the picture that the Devil paints of an angry and judgemental God who is always looking for any excuse to punish us.
  • Juneann on Judges 11
    I need clarafication on vs. 30-31. What is the significance of Jephthah using the term "...and I will offer it up for a burnt offering?" If he did not mean to kill hs daughter? How does this tie into vs. 38, 39 where she bewailed her verginity? Burnt offering does not constitute living sacrifice? Is there something lost in translation? Please reply. Thank you.
  • Takirid on Revelation 7:9
    HAVING described the sealing of the 144,000, John goes on to report one of the most exciting revelations in all Scripture. His heart must have leaped with joy as he reported it, saying: “After these things I saw, and, look! a great crowd, which no man was able to number, out of all nations and tribes and peoples and tongues, standing before the throne and before the Lamb, dressed in white robes; and there were palm branches in their hands.” (Revelation 7:9) Yes, the holding back of the four winds allows for the salvation of another group besides the 144,000 members of spiritual Israel: a multilanguage, international great crowd.—Revelation 7:1.
    6 How can we state so positively that the great crowd is this modern-day group of dedicated Christians who hope to live forever on God’s earth? Previously, John had seen in vision the heavenly group “bought . . . for God out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation.” (Revelation 5:9, 10) The great crowd have a similar origin but a different destiny. Unlike the Israel of God, their number is not predetermined. No man can tell in advance how many there will be. Their robes are washed white in the blood of the Lamb, symbolizing that they have a righteous standing before Jehovah by virtue of their faith in Jesus’ sacrifice. (Revelation 7:14) And they are waving palm branches, hailing Messiah as their King.
  • HARRY ALLISON on 1 John 2:12
    could this mean that little children that dont understand sin and death,are excused and forgiven anyway,so that mankind cannot badmouth JESUS for allowing a child to die before the age of accountibility?JESUS is bigger than that ...
  • Takirid on Revelation 7:4
    How Many Are Sealed?
    10 Jesus said to those in line for this sealing: “Have no fear, little flock, because your Father has approved of giving you the kingdom.” (Luke 12:32) Other scriptures, such as Revelation 6:11 and Romans 11:25, indicate that the number of this little flock is indeed limited and, in fact, predetermined. John’s next words confirm this: “And I heard the number of those who were sealed, a hundred and forty-four thousand, sealed out of every tribe of the sons of Israel: Out of the tribe of Judah twelve thousand sealed; out of the tribe of Reuben twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Gad twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Asher twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Naphtali twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Manasseh twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Simeon twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Levi twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Issachar twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Zebulun twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Joseph twelve thousand; out of the tribe of Benjamin twelve thousand sealed.”—Revelation 7:4-8.
    11 Could this not be a reference to literal, fleshly Israel? No, for Revelation 7:4-8 diverges from the usual tribal listing. (Numbers 1:17, 47) Obviously, the listing here is not for the purpose of identifying fleshly Jews by their tribes but to show a similar organizational structure for spiritual Israel. This is balanced. There are to be exactly 144,000 members of this new nation—12,000 from each of 12 tribes. No tribe in this Israel of God is exclusively royal or priestly. The whole nation is to rule as kings, and the whole nation is to serve as priests.—Galatians 6:16; Revelation 20:4, 6.
    12 Although the natural Jews and Jewish proselytes were given the first opportunity to be chosen for spiritual Israel, only a minority of that nation responded. Jehovah therefore extended the invitation to the Gentiles. (John 1:10-13; Acts 2:4, 7-11; Romans 11:7) As in the case of the Ephesians, who previously had been “alienated from the state of Israel,” now non-Jews could be sealed with God’s spirit and become part of the congregation of anointed Christians. (Ephesians 2:11-13; 3:5, 6; Acts 15:14) It is appropriate, then, for the 24 elders to sing before the Lamb: “With your blood you bought persons for God out of every tribe and tongue and people and nation, and you made them to be a kingdom and priests to our God, and they are to rule as kings over the earth.”—Revelation 5:9, 10.
    13 The Christian congregation is “a chosen race, a royal priesthood, a holy nation.” (1 Peter 2:9) Replacing natural Israel as God’s nation, it becomes a new Israel that is “really ‘Israel.’” (Romans 9:6-8; Matthew 21:43) For this reason, it was quite proper for Jesus’ half brother James to address his pastoral letter “to the twelve tribes that are scattered about,” that is, to the worldwide congregation of anointed Christians that in time would number 144,000.—James 1:1.
  • Jacque on Isaiah 42
    Let me tell you something .. Jehovah was used for the Old testament .. We live in the New Testament now and do you find Jehovah in the New Testament. Jehovah was just another name for God .. Do you find them using Jehovahs name to cast out devils in the Old Testament ? NO ! Revelation 1:8 - I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the ending, saith the Lord, which is, and which was, and which is to come, the Almighty. ~ Jesus said this .. We are reading from Isaiah are we not ? Isaiah 9:6 - For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, *The mighty God*, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace. Hey for Ian Wilson and the ones who "think" the name of the almighty should be Jehovah read this. 18 Let no man deceive himself.
    1 Corinthians 3:18 If any man among you seemeth to be wise in this world, let him become a fool, that he may be wise.

    19 For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God. For it is written, He taketh the wise in their own craftiness.

    20 And again, The Lord knoweth the thoughts of the wise, that they are vain.
    Here is a little more Scripture for you .
    John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
    John 1:14 And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth. John 1:15 John bare witness of him, and cried, saying, This was he of whom I spake, He that cometh after me is preferred before me: for he was before me.

    John 1:1 Tells us that "The Word was god" in John 1:14 it says "And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us ! " then it talks about how we beheld his "glory" .. let me add this .. In Isaiah (which is the Old Testament) 42:8 , It says " i am the Lord: that is my name: and my 'glory' will i not give to another ~ and in 1 Corinthians 2:8 is says " which none of the princes of this world knew: for had that known it, they would not have crucified the 'Lord of glory'. They would not have crucified Jesus if they knew that he was god wrapped in flesh! Let me add 1 Timothy 3:16 .. "And without controversy great is the mystery of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh, justified in the Spirit,soon of angels, preached unto the Gentiles, believed on in the world,received up into *glory* " !!

    Exodus 3:14 - And God said unto Moses, I AM THAT I AM: and he said, Thus shalt thou say unto the children of Israel, I AM hath sent me unto you.

    John 8:24 - I said therefore unto you, that ye shall die in your sins: for if ye believe not that *I AM HE*, ye shall die in your sins.

    *Act 2:38* Then Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of *Jesus Christ* for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.

    Acts 8:16 (For as yet he was fallen upon none of them: only they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.)

    Acts 10:48 And he commanded them to be baptized in the name of the Lord. Then prayed they him to tarry certain days.

    Acts 19:5 When they heard this, they were baptized in the name of the Lord Jesus.
  • Lee lea on Ezekiel 12:3
    God led me to this verse june27th 2011 ...i did get some boxes but they were thrown is 5/1/2012 i didn't have a place to move, and no money to get a place and move, need a car too. so recently i thought if i start packing that will anger him and still need the money , home, car, to move.......still i keep remembering this verse....don't know what to do...?..
    "prepare thee baggage for removing and move by day in their sight; and thou shalt move from thy place to another place in their sight; it may be they will consider, though they are a rebellious house".
  • Jean on Genesis 1:1
    God, there is no question. The Bible is where I have problems and find it confusing in many ways. Really with Genesis 6, 1-7, God had sons in heaven?, who came down, to bare children with daughters of man, that became mighty men, that were of old men of renown? God knows man is evil, yet man is the writer of all the books? Trying to understand, when you have to fill in the empty space.
  • Timothy Wayne George on Genesis 29
    Well chickens come home to feed.Be not deceived whatsoever a man sows that shall he also reap. Jacob had deceived his brother, and now he was reaping what he had sowed from uncle Laban. This chapter brings about some important questions, and does God approve of multiple wives? We know in the New Testament God commanded that every man is to have his own wife, and every woman her own husband. These things that happened in the Old Testament are examples to us, and we are to learn from the mistakes that they made by not making them too. A man is to leave father and mother, and cleave unto his wife. We see that Jacob loved Rachel more than Leah, and this became a point of contention in the family. This is why God commanded one man, and one woman in marriage. When we go outside of the will of God consequences result that cause problems for future generations. God has commanded that all men repent, and follow Jesus. We have the Holy Spirit to give us the victory over the flesh. Faith is our victory over this world. So thank God for your wife, and live joyfully with the wife of thy youth. Wives see to it that you respect your husband.
  • Juanita carter on John 15:16
    Does this mean we are predestined to be saved?
  • Takirid on Revelation 14:1
    Well Linda why don't we findout and see what Gods word has to say. And I saw, and, look! the Lamb standing upon the Mount Zion, and with him a hundred and forty-four thousand having his name and the name of his Father written on their foreheads.” (Revelation 14:1) As we have seen, this Lamb is the same as the Michael who cleansed the heavens by casting out the Devil and his demons. He is the Michael whom Daniel describes as “standing in behalf of the sons of [God’s] people” as he prepares to “stand up” in executing Jehovah’s righteous judgments. (Daniel 12:1; Revelation 12:7, 9) Since 1914 this self-sacrificing Lamb of God has been standing on Mount Zion as the Messianic King.
    3 It is just as Jehovah foretold: “I, even I, have installed my king upon Zion, my holy mountain.” (Psalm 2:6; 110:2) This no longer refers to the earthly Mount Zion, the geographical location of earthly Jerusalem, in which city human kings in the line of David used to reign. (1 Chronicles 11:4-7; 2 Chronicles 5:2) No, for Jesus, after his death and resurrection in 33 C.E., was installed as a foundation cornerstone on the heavenly Mount Zion, the celestial location where Jehovah determined to place the “city of the living God, heavenly Jerusalem.” Hence, “the Mount Zion” here represents the exalted position of Jesus and his joint heirs, who make up heavenly Jerusalem, which is the Kingdom. (Hebrews 12:22, 28; Ephesians 3:6) It is the glorious royal situation to which Jehovah elevates them during the Lord’s day. Over the centuries, anointed Christians, as “living stones,” have earnestly looked forward to standing on that heavenly Mount Zion, united with the glorified Lord Jesus Christ in his majestic Kingdom.—1 Peter 2:4-6; Luke 22:28-30; John 14:2, 3.
    4 John sees not only Jesus but the complete body of the 144,000 fellow heirs of the heavenly Kingdom standing upon the Mount Zion. At the time represented by the vision, many, but not all, of the 144,000 are already in heaven. Later in the same vision, John learns that some of the holy ones still have to endure and die faithful. (Revelation 14:12, 13) Evidently, then, some of the 144,000 are still on earth. So how is it that John sees all of them standing with Jesus on Mount Zion? In that, as members of the congregation of anointed Christians, these have now “approached a Mount Zion and a city of the living God, heavenly Jerusalem.” (Hebrews 12:22) Like Paul when he was still on earth, they have already—in a spiritual sense—been raised up to be in union with Christ Jesus in heavenly places. (Ephesians 2:5, 6) Additionally, in 1919 they responded to the invitation, “Come on up here,” and in a figurative way “went up into heaven in the cloud.” (Revelation 11:12) In view of these scriptures, we can see that all the 144,000—spiritually speaking—are located on Mount Zion with Jesus Christ.
    The 144,000 have no part with the worshippers of the wild beast, who are marked with the symbolic number 666. (Revelation 13:15-18) In contrast, these loyal ones have the name of God and of the Lamb written on their foreheads. No doubt John, a Jew, saw God’s name in Hebrew lettering, יהוה. In having the name of Jesus’ Father symbolically written on their foreheads, these sealed ones make known to all that they are Jehovah’s witnesses, His slaves. (Revelation 3:12) Their having Jesus’ name also displayed on their foreheads indicates that they acknowledge being owned by him. He is their betrothed “husband,” and they are his prospective “bride,” “a new creation” serving God with heavenly life in view. (Ephesians 5:22-24; Revelation 21:2, 9; 2 Corinthians 5:17) Their intimate relationship with Jehovah and Jesus Christ affects all their thoughts and actions.Thats the best I could do, and the rest up to you, weather you except this conclusion or not.
  • Takirid on Revelation 17:11
    Why Called an Eighth King?
    The angel further explains to John: “And the wild beast that was but is not, it is also itself an eighth king, but springs from the seven, and it goes off into destruction.” (Revelation 17:11) The symbolic scarlet-colored wild beast “springs from” the seven heads; that is, it is born from, or owes its existence to, those heads of the original “wild beast . . . out of the sea,” of which the scarlet-colored wild beast is an image. In what way? Well, in 1919 the Anglo-American power was the ascendant head. The previous six heads had fallen, and the position of dominant world power had passed to this dual head and was now centered in it. This seventh head, as the current representative of the line of world powers, was the moving force in establishing the League of Nations and is still the major promoter and financial support of the United Nations. Thus, in symbol, the scarlet-colored wild beast—the eighth king—“springs from” the original seven heads. Viewed in this way, the statement that it sprang from the seven harmonizes well with the earlier revelation that the wild beast with two horns like a lamb (the Anglo-American World Power, the seventh head of that original wild beast) urged the making of the image and gave it life.—Revelation 13:1, 11, 14, 15.
    Additionally, original members of the League of Nations included, along with Great Britain, governments that ruled in the seats of some of the previous heads, namely Greece, Iran (Persia), and Italy (Rome). Eventually, governments ruling the territory controlled by the previous six world powers came to be supportive members of the image of the wild beast. In this sense, too, it could be said that this scarlet-colored wild beast sprang from the seven world powers.
    Notice that the scarlet-colored wild beast “is also itself an eighth king.” Thus, the United Nations today is designed to look like a world government. At times it has even acted like one, sending armies into the field to resolve international disputes, as in Korea, the Sinai Peninsula, some African countries, and Lebanon. But it is only the image of a king. Like a religious image, it has no real influence or power apart from what is invested in it by those who brought it into existence and worship it. On occasion, this symbolic wild beast looks weak; but it has never experienced the kind of wholesale abandonment by dictator-oriented members that sent the League of Nations reeling into the abyss. (Revelation 17:8) Though holding radically different opinions in other areas, a prominent leader of the former Soviet Union in 1987 joined the popes of Rome in expressing support for the UN. He even called for “a comprehensive system of international security” based on the UN. As John soon learns, the time will come when the UN will act with considerable authority. Then it, in its turn, “goes off into destruction.”
  • Pastor paul akweze on Genesis 20
    There is no doubt that our unfaithfulness will never change God's faithfulness. To be saved and anointed is man's guarantee for a blessed life , no matter who is against you. Abraham enjoyed grace though he lived in the old testament;that's the benefit of salvation. Are you saved? Genesis 20 is an explicit new testament revelation.
  • HARRY ALLISON on Proverbs 28
    HAS anyone ever given you a compliment,?IT FEELS good doesnt it ?I AM finding thatgiving really is better than receiving...recently, i asked asked JESUS,or ,uh ,i told JESUS i was going to have an issue in a certain area that was overwhelming to me.JESUS COMFORTED me and pulled me was better!
  • David Boyce on Revelation 16
    Rev.16:15 the thief person in Rev.3:3 King James Bible comes again as a thief and this 3:3 scripture shows Holdfast and the Church of Sar'dis and by definition a Holdfast is a frog and three frogs are found in Rev.16:13, does this have something to do with 3:3? Rev.16:13 was always one of those End Time scriptures that has never been broken and must be a Second Christ 'Mystery' Holdfast appears in other verses as well in Rev.2:25 and Rev.3:11 and 'Holdest Fast thy name' in Rev.2:13 and are we looking for a name? So Rev.16:15 the thief appears again one might be naked showing off his legs or an arm,or his shame, shame contains 'she Ma', a she is a her. Dame Dragon = Armageddon is next in 16:16, ma her? Is that Hebrew? If this is a prophesy about 2012, this false Dragon Dame must be a woman always talking about the bible with a distinct voice that the whole world can hear, a true false prophet 'Dame Dragon'. Rev.16:13 shows frogs associated with mouth of a dragon, beast and false prophet, so a 'frog' by definition is a term for having a hoarse or unclear 'voice' and Holdfast appeared in 2:13 and 13 was used in Rev.16:13 for 3 frogs. A frog is also by definition, a fastener or a Holdfast and Holdfast or a 'frog' must be very near Armageddon because the man in Rev.3:3 must be the Second Coming of Christ and must be in the same area as the 'Ma her' Hebrew woman. But must be by a river or body of water as the thief doesn't want to show the body off and Armageddon is a 'Long' way west of the Euphrates and must be the omega or 'Last' body of water somewhere on planet earth. Rev.16:20 shows people can't find the 'Mountain' in these end times. Perhaps a frog or 'Holdfast' will lead them to Armageddon and away from the 'Voice of this false prophet beast, Dame Dragon of 2012. The time has come where we 'May rejoice' and seek the omega and Holdfast to the scriptures and wait for the Second Coming of Christ.
  • StarJesusChrist on Matthew 23:19
    Matthew 23:19= You blind men! Which is greater: the gift, or the altar that makes the gift sacred?NIV
    =You blind= in John 9:39-41- ''39=Jesus said, for judgment I have come into the world, so that the blind will see and those who see will become blind.'' 40=Some Pharisees who were with Him heard Him say this and asked, 'what? are we blind too?' 41=Jesus said,'If you were blind, you would not be guilty of sin; but now that you claim you can see, your guilt remains.''and also in John 5:39-40.
    Which is greater, the gift or the altar that makes the gift sacred?= which one is bigger the giver or the or receiver. In 1Corinthians 12:4-11= which one is master the gifts or the one who gives.
    John 17:17= ''Sanctify them by the truth; Your Word is truth.'' - which one is mighter the Sactifier or those who sactified.
  • Drake on Acts 4:13
    How could Peter and John have written the books attributed to them if they were "unlearned and ignorant men"?
  • Esther on Colossians 1
    I have NEVER read in the Bible the phrase "GOD the son" can you please give any scripture where it says God the son? The answer to that is NO. However it does say son of God. God is a spirit they that worship Him must worship in spirit and in truth. God , son, and Holy ghost are one not 3 . Referance jon 3'16, 1John 3'16 even says for GOD laid down his life. Here oh Israel our Lord our God is one.
  • Andre on Matthew 16
  • James on Ephesians 3
    so far I like it. Paticularly ( m/p )the part abou
    t the church a JESUS being the Corner Stone of it all and how he sit's at the right hand of God his
    father adopting us making us part of his family and clarfing th fact that he did alo more than die on the cross for the sins of man kind and rise three days later.but made the Lord God Almighty Loving father in heavan more then our GOD the true and one and only GOD made him are father. Is that right ? ! Love in JESUS James /Navaho High Desert So.Cal. ooooouuuuuuut
  • Patricia on John 10
  • David on Genesis 3
    Last verse says flaming sword. how is that posible when swords hadn't been invented yet? or had they? hmm
  • Cjay on Genesis 4
    Vs 15 - "And the LORD said unto him, Therefore whosoever slayeth Cain, vengeance shall be taken on him sevenfold....." God's ways are deeply amazing, He actually said this after Cain slew Abel?!

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