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  • A disciple on Matthew 13
    Hi Grace; You asked, "What is the difference between kingdom of God and kingdom of heaven?" I think the difference is simply in the words themselves, and not different things. What I mean is, that the kingdom of God; let's say, as opposed to the kingdoms of men; and the kingdom of heaven, as that which is high above all that we know just now as of the earth and this world: it is the world to come!
  • A disciple
    Matt. 5:11 (cont.); Lastly, if we do wrong and suffer for it, and bear it patiently; WHAT IS THAT BUT PRIDE AND DISHONESTY? But what's at work against the Christian by the devil's seed is far deeper than our vain ideas about ourselves; and the more spiritual we are in our thinking, the clearer we discern the spirits; these things will be easier to understand, and not take away from our honesty.
  • Grace on Matthew 13
    what is the difference between kingdom of God and kingdom of heaven?
  • A disciple on Psalms 11
    "If the foundations be destroyed, what can the righteous do?" Where does it say that Jesus commands us to pick up our weapons and fight? He never does! His commandment is to "Turn the other cheek!" Most everyone knows this and can cynically quote it, while they are actually murmuring and speaking evil of that person who injures or insults them. But for us it is our Constitution, and our Duty.
  • A disciple on Matthew 1
    Did anyone else notice, how between Jehoram and Uzziah there are three generations missing (omitted)? It was Jehoshaphat's fault for intermarrying his son with the house of Ahab, that they despised and forsook the LORD, and went after the sin and perversion of the enemies of God. We do not only affect ourselves, but everyone else whose life we touch, with how we live and who we choose for friends.
  • Marie on 2 Samuel 1
    Did saul go to hell?
  • MARQ
    {wine=sin}...Don't add to or take away from the Word, Amen!
    ...when Jesus drank from the cup, at the Passover super just before His death...and said this cup represents my blood that was shed for you...what do you assume was in that cup? Maybe Red Wine? The word doesn't say, but check Hebrew customs for kosher beverages at Passover supper and I'm sure we'll find our answer. Jesus Christ is Lord!!!
  • MARQ on Luke 7
    Elizabeth, PLEASE show KJV-Only scripture that says, "Jesus never drank wine!" I'm 52 a pastors son who was taught it was a sin. I have never drank any form of alcoholic beverage or smoked anything (anti-drugs) Yet I can't preach it's a sin to drink, only a "Sin to be DRUNK" 2 different things. The very 1st miracle was water to WINE, would Jesus (you) make cocaine for others knowing it was a sin?
  • Patricia on Revelation 1
    Wyestion: What are the seven spirits of God?
  • Peter A. Okebukola on Romans 9
    Several key messages in this chapter- I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. It is not of him that willeth, nor of him that runneth, but of God that sheweth mercy. Shall the thing formed say to him that formed it, Why hast thou made me thus? Hath not the potter power over the clay make one vessel unto honour, another unto dishonour?
  • A disciple on 2 Chronicles 18
    Peter; Jehoshaphat's story shines light on a part of certain weak character tendencies, and makes me grieved about how easily I fail in similar ways. Why did he do all that? And why did he never seem to learn, that the enemies of the Lord are not "as his people!" His lack of good judgment caused terrible disaster for generations after him; which almost put out the Light of the house of David.
  • A disciple on Jeremiah 45
    "The LORD saith thus; Behold, that which I have built will I break down, and that which I have planted I will pluck up, even this whole land; and seekest thou great things for thyself? seek them not: for, behold, I will bring evil upon all flesh, saith the LORD: but thy life will I give unto thee for a prey in all places whither thou goest." The LORD wants us to be without care for the times.
  • Barbi on Psalms 1
    Like it says in Psalms 1:1 b... nor sits in the seat of the scornful.
    Not stitng full of scorn and what is better?
    Loving.
    Not being harsh.
    Only remember Christ in You ,
    Colossians 1: 27 b
    Christ in You, the hope of glory.
  • A disciple on Psalms 7
    "God judges the righteous, and God is angry with the wicked every day. If he turn not, he will whet (sharpen, incite, encourage) his sword; he has bent his bow, and made it ready." While we expect men to do what's right, how much more should we count on God; (who sees all things in their innermost parts, and nothing is hidden from Him, and He cannot be deceived); to know how to finish all things?
  • A disciple on Romans 6
    "Know ye not, that so many of us as were baptized into Jesus Christ were baptized into his death?" Why did we turn to Jesus for mercy and forgiveness and a chance at a new life starting over with Him? Because we were lost and guilty in sins and uncleanness; and He died on the cross for our sins; and if we didn't repent and really amend our ways; we would surely die unfit for the presence of God!
  • A disciple on Matthew 7
    Ruth (cont.); Just wanted to say, that I agree with you! I don't mean to 'nit pick' (and I wasn't 'finding fault' with what you wrote at all!); but I wanted to emphasize that the idea of one having to belong to a Church and subject himself without thinking, Is this right? is misleading, and a potentially terrible dangerous snare. Birds of a feather flock together. People flock to those they like!
  • A disciple on Psalms 91
    Joseph; Your post got me thinking about, "How do I 'Make' the LORD my dwelling? I always find so much when I learn what words mean, even most common ones. For example, in Collins English Dictionary, one definition (transitive verb) of "MAKE;" "If you MAKE someone something, you appoint them to a particular job, role, or position." So we by our faith and love Appoint God to the Role and Position!
  • Dean Kenyon on Matthew 5
    We tend to attach a moral or emotional understanding to this verse based on the popular conception that 'heaven' is a blissful place we go after death. In the previous two chapters Jesus had just had the "heavens opened to him" after which he endured temptations and trials. From this point forward he heals the sick and raises the dead. Because he had just had authority given to him by the Father....the kingdom of heaven. Entering the Kingdom of heaven is to have authority. "Heaven is my throne..." From the throne, opened to Jesus when he "fulfilled all righteousness" Jesus was given the authority of a king with a throne. What he says must therefore be done. God does not give this authority to the rich in spirit who are self motivated and have their own agenda, but the poor in spirit who receive the promise, endure the trials and temptations and submit to the Father. Our inheritance is to have this same authority. Which type of heaven do you desire? A blissful place for you to live eternally, or an inheritance of authority to command sickness and death and bring righteousness and wholeness and the kingdom of God in the earth?
  • Kurt on 2 Corinthians 6
    How can we bring the Gospel to sinners without sinning? Take another Christian and have an entry and exit plan. Arm yourself with the Truth (Jesus), and the Spirit. Allow God to work his love towards sinners thru us, yet remain safely separate in the Armour, lest we may fall. We are subject to our own whims, emotions, and personalities, yet we must keep the discipline of God's intentions within us
  • A disciple on Mark 9
    Bruce; you said not too long ago, "No One comes to Christ until The Father Calls." Is there a time when God does not call; that men could excuse themselves for continuing in sins? Psalm 50:1 says, "The mighty God, even the LORD, hath spoken, and called the earth from the rising of the sun unto the going down thereof." All they who are of the truth will hear Jesus' voice, through the WORD preached!
  • A disciple on Revelation 3
    Elijah; The place of the Angel of any church, is that of a guardian and messenger: so it is in Hebrews 1:14 "Are they not all ministering spirits, sent forth to minister for them who shall be heirs of salvation?" The Messages to the Churches are sent first to forewarn and prepare them regarding the things that were already at hand and set to progress to worse till completely full when Jesus comes.
  • Rochana Rolfe on Leviticus 11
    For those who obey the dietary laws. Guess what? You are keeping God's commandments. John 14:15, "If you love Me, keep my commandments." Wasn't God telling Moses and Aaron to tell the children of Israel what foods to eat and not to eat. If God is speaking, then how has these commandments suddenly change in 2017. Isn't God the same yesterday, today, and forever. This is not rocket science, people!
  • A disciple on Genesis 7
    Donna Cromb; You asked how I "came up with" 1656? Just add the number of years that Moses wrote. Adam 130 Seth 105 Enos 90 Cainan 70 Mahalaleel 65 Jared 162 Enoch 65 Methuselah 187 Lamech 182 Noah 500 = 1556 100 years building the Ark (the 600th year of Noah's life) = 1656 After the Creation was the Cataclysm. Adam died 46 years before the birth of Noah. Enoch Preached 687-987.
  • A disciple on Genesis 7
    Someone asked, How do you get 1656 years? By adding up the years till each son mentioned was born; e.g. "Adam lived 130 tears and begat Seth..Seth lived 105 years and begat Enos.." (etc.) That's the number you have to keep adding not the length of their lives. Afterwards you can add in the years of their lives to see who was still alive and for how long. Shem lived for 35 years after Abraham died.
  • Bruce on 2 Chronicles 7
    disciple: One who sins Restore with Meekness: Galatians 6:1. I have an Advocate with The Father:1 John2:1-2. These Verses are for His Children. Why do you think He Wrote These? Surely He Knew we Mess-up,Maybe?
    Call on Him when He is Near. You to can be His. There are some Pastors that Preach Truth. Getting harder to Find. What Church do you go to?
  • Bruce on Mark 9
    I Believe The Father will Call Everyone at least once or some more. Why do you speak Evil of The Way of Salvation, and Calling People Morons? John 6:44 Says No One Comes to Christ until The Father Calls (a Tug on The Heart) You call that a False Gospel. The Pharisees also spoke Evil. Your Post say you know The Bible but need Salvation. Most are Saved by The Foolishness of Preaching. Last Call?
  • Geraldine cole on Matthew 5
    Who loves us more than Jesus? No one at all love is kind love knows no pains love sees no wrong love do not hurt love understand remember there is two kinds of love human love and Godly love human love is base on how we are treated but God love looks over our faults and see our needs and God mets all of our needs and he don't talk about us he just love us through things Amen
  • A disciple on Luke 13
    Cross Faith; I'm sorry, I don't understand your comment; are you agreeing with what I wrote, and seek a friendly conversation, or are you assuming something else? If you like to talk about the things of the Lord, that's wonderful; and I hope we can edify each other. But if you're just another one with a churchy-spirit who is full of "another gospel" than the Word of God... How can I help you?
  • A disciple on Mark 9
    How does one know the Scriptures, and teach the meaning of our Salvation in Jesus Christ having come in the flesh, according to the Scriptures; and not be saved and have the Holy Spirit? No one can say Jesus is Lord without the Holy Spirit. He that is not against us, is on our part. But there is no hope of salvation, or true foundation in Christ without knowing and obeying "ALL THESE HIS WORDS."
  • Donna Cromb
    Adam 130-930, he lived to see:
    Seth 105-912,
    Enos 90-905,
    Cainan 70-910,
    Mahalaleel 65-895,
    Jared 162-962,
    Enoch 65-365, and God took him,
    Methuselah 187-969, and when Lamech was 54 Adam died; he saw 8 generations;
    Lamech 182-777,
    Noah 500-so where do u get 1656 years? Adam died at 930 years old and within 1 generation man was evil and God destroyed man. I got the ages from when each new birth.


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