Bible Questions Page 45

  • Brenda A McMahon on Matthew 24
    I believe that Matthew 24 is referring to Jesus's return in the "Rapture". Is this true?
  • Bagie Joe on Hosea 6


    Is passages of Isaiah 9:1-6 the past tense or past perfect tense?

    Please tell me
    Thank you.
  • Marie on Psalms 12:8
    What does Psalms 12:8 mean.
  • Annysia on Leviticus 13
    Because of the seriousness of leprosy, many thought that the victim gets it due to their sinfulness. To take care that others would not get the disease, the infected would be separated from the rest of the community, thus starting the conception of someone being sinful. This is still a regular occurrence today, how do most people treat those with an affliction different from us like sexuality? Physical disorders? God later teaches us to love people afflicted with leprosy, but this helped start the fear mongering of people being different from the average person.
  • Annysia on 2 Chronicles 2
    In this chapter, we see how commendable Solomon's perception towards God used to be before his death. He made a temple not hoping to contain God, but as a place to cherish Him and maybe receive blessings from Him as well. He also decides not to be prideful and ask for help from neighboring nations. People nowadays can be very prideful, and not ask for help when they are trying to reach a goal. Where does this fear come from? We should be a community, and aim to improve each other just as Hiram and Solomon did.
  • Annysia on Hosea 4:6
    Without God, there are no rules dictating us, and without rules there is bloodshed. The chapter mentioned how priests were being ineffective representatives of God because of their corruption, priests that were doing their jobs were being ignored by the people they want to help. It's a cycle of selfishness commonly seen today. How do we know when to draw the line between the following of God's commands and fake commands that are supposed to be from God? It gets harder and harder these days to tell apart, if only both leaders and the people became more discerning to their surroundings.
  • Annysia on Joshua 13
    God always gives us something, and sometimes we don't understand how much His gifts are truly worth. Take the Levites for example. Every other tribe got rich lands from the Lord while their inheritance was "God Himself". When we are given gifts, we don't ask the person giving the gift, "Why couldn't you have given me something else?". Instead, we say thank you and treasure the thought that came with giving the gift.
  • Annysia on Psalms 39:3
    This chapter is something everyone can relate to. It's hard to keep the faith going throughout our struggles and all we can do is pray that God will help us. The person speaking in this chapter seems to be aware of how sinful he is, but the fact he still tries to keep his faith is something we should emulate. Most times, we pray "just because" instead of with mindfulness. Memorized prayers become a chore, and this is why personal prayers are most important to me. When was the last time we really prayed with mindfulness, when we really spoke to God?
  • Annysia on Exodus 26:12
    In the construction of the tabernacle, many layers are involved. It's built from the inside-out with the inside being the most beautiful, being depicted with cherubim to imply they're looking at heaven. Very few people were able to enter the innermost part, and this seems odd to me. Shouldn't the goal of the Church be to try and get everyone to feel God's presence, why the inclusivity? I understand the importance of religion being sacred, but not allowing more people makes "heaven" seem like an unattainable goal to the common people.
  • Annysia on Song of Solomon 5
    This chapter accurately represents the relationship many have with God. He calls for us to open the door, but we do not answer. It might be due to laziness or spite, but we leave the door closed. But when He leaves, we seek him out and He may or may not come back. Have we ever closed the door on Him? And how willing are we to seek Him back?
  • Annysia on 1 Chronicles 23:25
    This chapter really showed me that we all have our roles to play in society. In this chapter they mentioned officers and judges, gatekeepers, and others.
    All these roles have something to do with the improvement of society and their relationship with God.
    Our roles today don't seem to be as clear cut as that, but do people still use their roles to improve their religious/spiritual lives? And how? It seems to only be a case of getting as much material possessions as possible these days.
  • Robert Reza Mizani on John 20
    The business for Jesus in John can be instruction for a Sunday meeting between two or more people during those times especially in chapter 20 for John and I believe carry that message for instructions on business dealings between women and men follows through a hunter and gathering for being instructive and at the same time ready for fruit giving process of a healthy readingness for that finish in business dealings. Thank you and have a good day, says he; the Lord Jesus Christ at the end and such that in the dialogues for Plato. There are similarities and contrasts to be made here_; thus what's going on here?
  • Taneshiabutler on Ezekiel 13
    Who is lifier in the bible?
  • Arpan on Ezekiel 13
    Did evil spirit prophecy about someone's death in bible?
  • Curtis Stewart - in Reply on James 1
    Think for a second! Christ could only be made a curse for the people whobwere UNDER the curse. Those are the Israelites only. Because the laws was given only to them..so the curse of the law, by their disobedience, could only come upon them!!rnThis is WHY when it says Christ was made a curse for "US"..that US is Israel...and that the blessings of Abraham may come upon the "Gentiles"..these "gentiles" were the northern Kingdom of Israel, they were "called " gentiles because they were living "LIKE" the Gentiles around them. Now, think about the parable of the prodigal son. Notice it said the younger son went off living riotuously? Yes, that signifies the 9 rebellious tribes of ISRAEL!!
  • Curtis Stewart - in Reply on James 1
    Yes, Christ did NOT come for everyone. He Himself told us WHO He came for, "The lost sheep of the House of Israel"(9 tribes). SO, WHERE did we get this silly idea that He came for everyone??rn He didnt say the House of Judah, (3 Tribes(these ONLY are called the Jews)because He came to bring the 9 rebellious tribes BACK with the 3, to make them ONE kingdom again.(See Ezekiel 37).rnGalatians3: 13"Christ hath redeemed US from the curse of the law, being made a curse for US: for it is written, Cursed is every one that hangeth on a tree:rn14 That the blessing of Abraham might come on the Gentiles through Jesus Christ; that we might receive the promise of the Spirit through faith."
  • Curtis Stewart - in Reply on James 1
    "Divorced Israel" you say? Romans 11:1" I say then, Hath God cast away HIS PEOPLE? GOD FORBID. For I also am an ISRAELITE, of the seed of Abraham, of the tribe of Benjamin.rn2 God hath NOT cast away HIS PEOPLE which he foreknew. Wot ye not what the scripture saith of Elias? how he maketh intercession to God against Israel saying,rn3 Lord, they have killed thy prophets, and digged down thine altars; and I am left alone, and they seek my life.rn4 But what saith the answer of God unto him? I have RESERVED TO MYSELF seven thousand men, who have not bowed the knee to the image of Baal.rn5 EVEN SO THEN AT THIS PRESENT TIME ALSO there is a remnant according to the election of grace."rnALWAYS ISRAEL!!
  • Mozer on Matthew 5
    What is the name mozer in the bible?
  • Curtis Stewart - in Reply on James 1
    Sir, pay close attention to scripture, else you will miss the truth. Please notice WHICH WELL, they met!! It was "Jacob's well," secondly, when Christ asked her to drink, she asked him why did He ask her for a drink, seeing that the Jews had no dealings with the SAMARITANS!! Pay attention. The story went on to where she asked Him;" Art thou greater than OUR FATHER JACOB who gave us this well.?" She called Jacob HER FATHER, which meant she IS AN ISRAELITE. ..as you said,"Jacob's NAME was changed to "Israel" hence HIS descendants ARE Israelites! She even said "OUR FATHERS worshipped in these mountains....". The Jews(3 tribes) despised the House of Israel(9 tribes) because they went off in sin
  • Mickey on Isaiah 44
    Matthew 24:36 is all red letter so that means Jesus is speaking. Listen. Mark it in your Bible.
    "But of that day and hour knows NO man, no, not the angels of Heaven, BUT my FATHER ONLY."

    Jesus is seated at the right hand of God, making intercession FOR THE SAINTS.

    Don't wait till the last minute to be born again, tell people you love, about salvation, to talk to those who are ready to hear it. Put Chick tracts on windshields. Don't harden your hearts. Everyone spends time on Facebook and Twitter. We're all experts on talking. Make it count for a someone. It is time. Anybody remember Billy Graham? One of the greatest soul winners! He taught us on prophesy! It's not hard
  • Mickey - in Reply on 1 Thessalonians 5:17
    The search box at the opening of this website; type PRAYER in it. It will bring up everything. You can select New Testsment only verses if you want. After you read many of those, you will have more confidence in it. Prayer must be mixed with faith. Believe for answers and praise God for it. Jesus is seated at the right hand of God and ever lives to make intercession for the Saints (you). See if there is an intercessory prayer group at you church?
  • Adam - in Reply on Proverbs 31
    Hello, are you talking about cleaning the church and no one else is doing it? Are you volunteering or paid? People are scared right now from viruses. If the church is already clean and if no meetings, why does it need to be cleaned again? I don't know the answer to your question without more information. Volunteering is often a thankless job. Jesus healed people and only 1 out of 10 took the time to thank him. Such is the way of giving as we are called. God bless you.
  • Angela on Job 3
    I'm just getting back into the word of God,and rebuilding my faith. Do you think Act is a great way to start?
  • LGD on Proverbs 3
    does Psalms 91 apply to what is going on now .
  • where does it say do not pass judgement on others , or to judge or be judged
  • B. - in Reply on John 4
    Start with Romans 11. While you?re at it, read Deuteronomy 28, Revelation 2:9, and Revelation 3:9. I hope that helps.
  • Pauline on Proverbs 31
    clearning up the whole church all the time what no help in the church.Why is that?
  • Chuck hinman on John 1:2
    how many times can a person ask for forgiveness for the same sin
  • Vendall - in Reply on Genesis 6
    Because he gave us free will. Even though he gave us his perfect instructions, we make our own decisions and must accept the consequences be they good or bad. Free will! He did not want love that was not freely given...who does?
  • Robert Sefton on Psalms 1
    In Psalms 1, the Word says not to sit in the seat of the scornful. Sometimes when I am watching the national news, I become a little scornful of what the liberal news is trying to promote. My wife gets a little upset at me. Do you think that you could clear this up for me?


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