Bible Questions Page 37

  • Mishael - in Reply on Acts 22
    There is a huge amount of scripture in Deuteronomy about teaching children. It's a blessing of obedience. I realize Deuteronomy is tedious to read but God meant for the teachings to be carried through the future. He could see our reality now for kids: youtube silliness and videos how to undo parental controls, Netflix and worse. Even if you put your kid in a private Christian school, they're going to do what their parents and peers do.

    I did not say women are to be priests in the home. Her role is in Proverbs 31. I said in the absence of a husband who behaves as priest in the home... she will have to do it. If you know to do right and don't do it, the family suffers. How many of our children are living in a one parent home? Research that! You need to slow down and read what someone is commenting on before you come out with guns blazing.

    Facts remain. Teach the kids to love God and obey Gods will for their lives. Not just Deuteronomy but all of Proverbs too.
  • Ann on Psalms 106:1
    Do you have a book on bible psalms and blessings and such?
  • Rosanna Jackson - in Reply on Isaiah 11
    I really feel sorry and sad for people that dont see or dont have discernment, to know, the truth, what the scriptures, used to read, God has allowed this to happen, because people did not love the truth, so their minds turned reprobate. Why do so many see and some dont?
  • Jesse - in Reply on 1 Corinthians 7
    1 Corinthians 7:14 has caused a lot of debate because many believe the word sanctified means salvation, that if one member of the family is saved, then the other members are saved also. It doesn't mean that. What Paul is saying is that if a non-believer is pleased to dwell with the believer, that person will be living under the influence of the Holy Spirit in the believer's life.

    I'll give you the literal translation about children. It says else were your children, but it is literally else are your children unclean; but now they are holy. It doesn't say they are clean. They're still unclean. The word holy is the same word for sanctification. Both words mean set apart. They're unclean but they are set apart to be under the Lord's influence in the life of the believer.

    If you follow the Lord and the non-believer says it doesn't bother me any, that non-believer is set apart to be under the influence of Christ in your life. But they still need to be saved. They still need to receive Christ.
  • Sharron - in Reply on Genesis 32
    The Jewish people believe in only ONE GOD. Find out who changed the belief in one GOD and after the church was established on the day of Pentecost, who changed the way to be baptized? One is immersed, buried with HIM in baptism in the name of JESUS. JESUS SAID to baptize in the NAME (singular) of the father, the son and the Holy Ghost. Not only that those are not names only titles. What is the name given to men where by we must be saved? Who changed scripture to create their global church as they were conquering nations. JESUS STATED " Search the scriptures for in them ye think he have eternal life: and they are they which testify of me". I am come in my Father's name and ye receive me not. That name was JESUS, (Alpha and Omega, Everlasting Father, Prince of Peace, EMANUEL. ALMIGHTY GOD ROBED HIMSELF IN FLESH, that Flesh was crucified but GOD RAISED THAT FLESH, ( not a second person in the godhead) for in HIM, JESUS dwells ALL THE FULLNESS OF THE GODHEAD BODILY. SEARCH
  • Charles Hallam - in Reply on Acts 22
    Jesse, she says Years of teaching Sunday morning and afternoon and evening had me perplexed by seeming contradictions. Most people go to church on Sunday mornings and evenings. Where else would she be teaching. The role of teaching was given to men, not to women, hence Paul not allowing a woman to teach. By doing this, she IS usurping authority. Would ya say robbing a bank was ok, as long as it was for a good cause? No.

    Women are allowed to teach children in a Sunday school setting. WRONG

    Paul say a woman should not teach in church period. How can a woman teach in Sunday School if "Let your women keep silence in the churches: for it is not permitted unto them to speak; but they are commanded to be under obedience as also saith the law.

    And if they will learn any thing, let them ask their husbands at home: for it is a shame for women to speak.

    Or at home if the man is not fulfilling that role. A woman should teach their children about the Lord AT Home. That is scriptural.
  • Charles Hallam - in Reply on Acts 22
    Mishael:If the husband will not be the priest of the household, the women have to do it.

    Prove that using only scriptures ! That's a satanic lie. There was NEVER a woman priest in the Old Testament or the New Testament. I am helping the woman by edifying her with the scriptures to not teach. Women are to LEARN at home and to use this information to live godly lives and to not be an embarassment to their husbands.

    And just where in the OT or NT does the scriptures tell anyone to do "family" prayers? That's not what Jesus, the Founder of Christianity, taught. This is what Jesus says about prayer.

    But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly. Matthew 6:6

    Y'a gotta think outside that little box of who does what.

    No, when ya put aside the Scriptures, that's PRIDE and doing what is right in your own eyes. God wants HIS will to be done, not yours
  • Helena on Ezekiel 1
    Why don't Christians cast out demons? Jesus said too do this Mark 16:17
  • Rei - in Reply on Psalms 23:1
    Why are you mentioning Covid-19?. Those words never were typed by me. And I NEVER took words out of context. Your cognitive abilities are too low to understand the very FIRST thing I put which means YOU TAKE THINGS OUT OF CONTEXT THAT I NEVER EVEN SAID. I was addressing the fact that a person here saying that basically children will be vindicated if they were raped or murdered and I was saying NO, they will not, that person was saying that evil people's deeds will evenyually go punished when God basically gets ahold of them (hell). And I was basically say "So" what is THAT going to do? A person who gets punished in the hereafter is NOT going to change the fact that a particular child was raped or murdered. God itself should protect little children. It should not be "don't you worry little one, you being raped and murdered will only last a little while and you will die but I your God will punish them when they eventually die." Wow. Stop talking about Covid 19 when I wasn't
  • Felix Nkansag Baidoo - in Reply on Philippians 4:17
    Who is Christ?
  • Chris - in Reply on Revelation 1
    Well done Bob for quickly picking up this New Age teaching which of course has its roots in Hinduism. The sadder part is when folk start to fuse other religions or philosophies with the teachings of God's Holy Word. My forefathers were Hindu; my great grandfather was a priest with multiple wives. At his conversion (I don't know his story), he rejected & cast away everything tainted with idolatry. He knew that you 'cannot serve two masters' - one cannot embrace Jesus Christ & still have a foot in the temple's door. He could still have maintained his priestly position & dignity in society & quietly believed in Jesus, but at what cost? To the damnation of his soul. Syncretism is clearly Satan's chief ploy to divert sometimes earnest, well-meaning people, into a false belief that this new understanding/new light shed upon them is God's great plan & purpose for them & the world. How we need to stay true to the Word of Truth so that lies are what they are: LIES.
  • Chris - in Reply on Genesis 1:1
    Our God is an Omniscient God, i.e. He knows all things. He knew that Adam & Eve would sin & that this sin would be passed throughout all humanity. He knew that it wouldn't be by the giving of the Law through Moses, that the sin issue would be dealt with (the law was only a schoolmaster (Galatians 3:24,25)) to show Israel & us that we are not able to get right with God by obeying His Laws, simply because we just can't do it. God knew that one day, He would have to send of Himself (His Word, His Son: John 1:1-12) so that the full & only price could be paid for sin, so that man may only just believe in His Sacrifice to be saved & not anything else (Ephesians 2:1-10). So, if God knew all this from the beginning till now, why were Adam & Eve punished, since it was already known by God? It then is a question of obedience. They were not created robotic. God did tell them to not eat of the fruit of that particular tree (Genesis 2:16,17). They had a choice to obey their Creator or not. They chose wrongly!
  • Jesse - in Reply on Acts 22:21

    Can you please share where in scripture I can find that every Jew had to be saved before they could take the message to the nations. I do not know of any place where Paul taught that. Are you referring only to those who were sent out, or every Jew?
  • Nancy on 1 Corinthians 7
    What does Paul mean in 1 Corinthians 7,4 if 1 of the parents is Holly than the other partner is Holly and also their children?
  • Ron - in Reply on Revelation 13:13
    5G? That's what I've been finding what could be is making people sick. Who really knows anymore. So much evil the gov as sent out to kill us it's hard to pin point.
  • Wolfen244 - in Reply on Genesis 4
    Lisa Pensworth, Is this what you are talking about? Revelation Chapter 1 verse 20

    The mystery of the seven stars which thou sawest in my right hand, and the seven golden candlesticks. The seven stars are the angels of the seven churches: and the seven candlesticks which thou sawest are the seven churches.

    If so then there is no doubt what they truly are - if you are willing to understand the evidence and the logic. Trust me.
  • Chris - in Reply on Psalms 23:1
    Rei, thank you for your response. I will say two things: we are Christians & as those under our Lord's Directive we are to resist taking the offensive (e.g. just see attacks on Jesus by His accusers/enemies; could He not have given them a solid whipping, tongue-lashing or obliterated them off the face of the Earth). Rather, we are to "follow peace with all men & holy living, without these no man shall see the Lord" (Hebrews 12:14, Romans 12:18). If we live by the sword, we shall die by the sword. Secondly, Romans 12:19 & Hebrews 10:30 speak of Vengeance & the right to meet out final judgement, as God's prerogative only & not man's. Yes, we do have the law enforcers on Earth & so we should, but for them to be able to do it perfectly would require a policeman to stand guard outside every house, on every street so as to give us safety. And then, what about the child that runs onto the road in front of a bus, or the young bride just diagnosed with cancer. Needless death?? Where's the comfort here?
  • Troy - in Reply on Psalms 23:1
    Wow, Rei. Just tear any old verse from its context and MISapply it to any old thing, eh. "Hey, what does Psalms 23 have to do with COVID 19 China virus?" or "Hey, what does Psalms 23 have to do with the International Space Station?" The answer: very little or probably nothing. And that's the answer to your question too, Rei. But if you do HONESTLY want something helpful for 'little children around the world who have been raped and or murdered'" read Lamentations for something really sad, or read Proverbs. I really feel like your question isn't even a genuine attempt to understand Psalms 23 (or any other verse in Scripture).
  • Lisa Pensworth on Genesis 4
    What are the seven mysteries in the Bible?
  • Mishael - in Reply on Psalms 91
    DORIS: if your Bible has a Dictionary,

    Look up 'Healing' scriptures. It will boost your faith. Try speaking them out.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Romans 9
    Diane: I would first seek counseling at your Church.

    God gives us free will. How we live our lives depends (I think) on how much Bible you've got inside you. I do know the Bible says that the last days will be as in the day of Noah.
  • Jesse - in Reply on Genesis 4
    The author of Hebrews is unknown. There are various guesses as to who it could be, but no scriptural proof as to who wrote it.
  • Jesse - in Reply on Genesis 27:3
    The bible never speaks of infant baptism. You can be baptized again as an adult. Just a couple of things to know. Baptism (Water baptism) has no part in your salvation. A person is baptized after they get saved as an outward expression of an inward change. In other words, it shows a testimony that that you have received Christ, that you died of your sin, was buried with Him, and rose to a new life in Christ.
  • Jesse - in Reply on 2 Thessalonians 3:16
    No, this is not speaking of disfellowshipping. This is telling us God is the God of Peace. He's the Lord of peace. May He give you peace always through all things.

    Literal translation: The Lord (is) with you all.

    Now if He's the Lord of peace and He's with me all the time, then I can experience the peace of God, because, He's with me always, and He is my peace.

    The section of scripture that talks about disfellowshipping is found in Matthew Chapter 18 Verses 15 to 20.
  • Jesse - in Reply on 1 John 2:23
    You may already know this, but words that are in italics mean that they were not in the original text. They were added in by the translators. I don't believe there is any extra meaning to that verse.

    They had problems back then with people believing in God the Father, but not in the deity of Jesus Christ. We have some of that today.

    Jesus said in John 5:23 that all men should honor the Son, even as they honor the Father. He that honors not the Son honors not the Father which has sent Him.

    In John Chapter 5, Jesus said that all authority has been conveyed to Him. He is to judge all people. And He is to be honored equal to the Father. Most religions believe in a god, or might even call him father. But they will not believe that Jesus Christ is equal.

    Jesus said in John 10:30, about the sheepfold, He said I and my Father are one. You can't have one without the other!

    But he that acknowledges the Son has the Father also. Whosoever denies the Son, the same does not have the Father:
  • Sharon Ballard
    Where in the bible can you find before the end of time you won't be able to change one season from another.
  • Jesse - in Reply on 1 Peter 2
    There is a great phone app called Logos Bible that is a free download. It has several books and bibles in the library. And also has a Spanish bible. Other free bible apps I have found to be good are the Blue Letter Bible, Bible Hub, and Tecarta Bible.

    Hope this helps!
  • Vincent Brown on 1 Corinthians 15:33
    During the trial of Job,was hunger among what he faced,?Did his wife stayed with him throughout his trouble period and after?
  • Wayne on Genesis 32
    Is cremation mentioned in the Bible ?
  • Elizabeth Greve on 1 Peter 2
    I would like to read the Bible if you have in Spanish that's will be great. What I have to do I have to buy it or how I get one?

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