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  • Jim on Isaiah 1
    Did the people ever feel guilt from their sins? I think we all have battled the temptations of sin early in our salvation, til guilt and shame finally overwhelms our lives and existence. The yoke of sin becomes heavy and finally we fall, look up and give it all to the Lord.
    (Matt 11:29) Take my yoke upon you and learn of me for I am meek and lowly in heart and ye shall find rest unto your souls.
  • A disciple on Psalms 71
    "I am as a wonder unto many; but thou art my strong refuge." One of my biggest griefs and questions for many years has been, Why do Churches NOT seem to know, and many even fight against the true Word of God and the Glad Tidings of Christ; turning it into a social club for mending relationships and being successful in life? I'm seeing more and more that its because they are afraid of the cross.
  • Alex
    That precious woman in rev. 12 is humanity,he said that the field was the WORLD, thus that woman is the world where that good seed has been sown which is gonna result in a heavenly birth of Christ in US,he asked who is my Mother? them that hear the word/seed and keeps it,thats y he refers to himself as the son of man, when he said he wd see them in a lil while,he describes a woman in travail
  • Renna Damon on 1 Timothy 2
    Who is the 'I' in vs. 12? When in the chapter did Paul begin to speak for God? I do not wish to preach but I am called to teach. My pastor has informed me that I can not teach in our church because of this scripture. He also said that I may not read the poetry God has given me because it is preaching. I can sing it but I can't read it. reply p
  • A disciple on Matthew 1
    Tracy; That is what the devil would like to make you think is true; but it is a lie, and will only ever be a lie and a wicked worthless slander. All they who are of the truth will hear Jesus' voice; but the stranger's voice they will not hear. How does the Ancient of Days feel about lost sons and daughters? How do Parents or Grandparents feel? How about ONE then who is Love Everlasting?
  • Stanjett on Joshua 7
    Achor. Why did many have to die for this one man?
  • Barbara on Revelation 10
    The book of Revelation, are these things to happen after the rapture? I don't understand how sinners can be told what Satan has for them for eternity-Hell-and still they follow Satan.
    Praise the Lord Jesus Christ for loving us like HE does!!
  • America has been know as the country of freedom, love, and opportunity. What do we see now? Our city's being destroyed by hurricanes, earthquakes, and yet we continue to disobey God's word. God sent Jesus to die for sins so we can have eternal life. We are living in a sinful world. Revelation tells us what will happen when Jesus returns. Repent before it is too late. We are living the Bible
  • A Christian on Matthew 25
    Perhaps the wise virgins knew their spiritual condition needed work that could only be performed under the anaesthetic of darkness?
  • A disciple on Matthew 10
    Emanuel; what is there to defend? I just think very strongly that we should not not let ourselves be drawn into the same idle interests as those of the world who don't know any better. "Little children, keep yourselves from idols." The Lord has called us and sanctified us to be His witnesses, to be the salt of the earth and the light of the world, that the Holy Spirit in us should convict men.
  • Flames of Fire on Hebrews 1
    He made his angles spirits and his ministers flames of fire. Are your ministets truth tellers or fund raisers? Do you long for righteosness or pretend your already saved. Misinterpreters of scripure or learners precept by precept, a little here a little there. Do you feign rapture or deal with the Heart of the matter, without pretence. My experience with todays Christians. Dig it?
  • A disciple on Matthew 10
    I wrote another post, about the topic of whether God cares about the Super Bowl, but it wasn't put up. I know, and we all know, that there are MULTITUDES of Christians who have no problem with watching sports and enjoying recreation and leisure activities. But when is it too much, and ungodly, and something unbecoming of a Saint? As Christians we are NOT OF THE WORLD, and must be separate from it!
  • A disciple on Matthew 15
    "And Jesus said, Are ye also yet without understanding?" It is no secret to anyone who reads the Bible that there are certain kinds of men who will be offended at the directness of the Lord's speech; especially when it exposes sin and hypocrisy. For the men who were chosen to be the Lord's anointed Sent Ones, the rebuke is accepted as a shaming, in order to push them to grow up and be better men.
  • A disciple on 2 Timothy 4
    "For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine;" We should be glad for every opportunity to communicate the grace and knowledge which the Lord has given us; but we understand too that men are free to choose their own way instead of the way of the Spirit if they really want to. If they did so to the Lord "in the green tree" what should we expect from those kind now "in the dry?"
  • Emanuel Fernandes on 2 John 1
    GrGenesis 22:1 And it eek has far more words than English don't read the kjv legalistic. Example In James James 1:13 for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man:Genesis 22:1 God did tempt Abraham, and said unto him,
    In James God doesn't tempt man then why did he tempt Abraham?
    Tempt in kjv means to entice but it also means to put into a trial. Clarification is need
  • A disciple on Matthew 10
    Emanuel (cont.); I have seen it everywhere that there is not even a wince of conscience among most Christians about following sports. Why doesn't it seem to bother any of them about the permeating ungodliness and easy uncleanness that surrounds that whole business; but they sit there stupidly watching, and carry on their empty talk with neighbors and coworkers, as if it is some neutral area?
  • A disciple on Luke 12
    "And which of you with taking thought can add to his stature one cubit? If ye then be not able to do that thing which is least, why take ye thought for the rest?" The thoughts of men are that their possessions and wealth make their greatness: and so idolatry is one of the root sins and causes of all evil in the world. Neither our possessions nor our vain thinking makes us anything more than men.
  • Randy on 2 John 1
    Ann:If I had children, whom I LOVED, who had a fatal disease (sin), and I had the cure, would I make them beg every day for a small dose? Did our Jesus cure us? Do we believe He did.....FULLY? Think about it reasonably...of course HE did! How Wonderful! Good Lord Bless You!
  • A disciple on Amos 4
    A lot of attention on Tithing and Offering; but what did Jesus really ever say about it? Tithing in the old times could be done by supporting the Ministers of the LORD according to however God has prospered you; or by supporting the poor, the widow, the orphan, and the Levite within your gates. At harvest time, at Payday; how you do is your business! Only NEVER AS PAYMENT for Church membership!
  • A disciple
    SIN SHALL NOT HAVE DOMINION OVER YOU means just that! If it no longer has dominion then why would we break under the pressure of temptation? WE DON'T! We speak the Scriptures like Jesus did, and stand tough, and do not sin! If its an allurement of the flesh, CLOSE YOUR EYES, LOOK THE OTHER WAY, DO SOMETHING TO RESIST THE DEVIL! We who know the Lord are more guilty if we sin than those who don't!
  • A disciple on Romans 6
    Anthony; who told you that you sin every day? Are you really still sinning? Didn't you repent? Aren't you a thoroughly converted Born From Above New Creature in Christ? The blood of Jesus was shed for us to be completely set free from the power of sin over us, as well as our reconciliation and forgiveness. There are reasons for repeatedly falling into sin. It is an unclean spirit and disobedience.
  • A disciple on 2 John 1
    Emanuel; I would like to remind you of the LORD's forgiveness of David, and Jonah, and Hezekiah. The whole ministry of the sons of Aaron was to mediate between God and the people for their atonement and cleansing and acceptance (forgiveness), so they could be blessed. In Ezekiel also the LORD said that when someone truly repents, God wouldn't mention the man's sins anymore. Isn't that forgiveness?
  • Emanuel Fernandes on Romans 5
    Trying of your faith worketh patience (fruit of the spirit) it also builds faith trials of your faith is precious but it must be tried with fire so the Lord can use you. Why? Without faith it's IMPOSSIBLE to please him
  • Emanuel Fernandes on 2 John 1
    This is a big misconception NO SIN WAS FORGIVEN IN OT ONLY COVERED. If they were why weren't old testament saints in heaven?
    They we're in Abraham's bosom that's where Chris was for three days. After Christ died NOW SINS ARE FORGIVEN NOT COVERED.
  • Anthony Wright on Romans 6
    I just read the social media comments for Roman 6:14, and one sentence stated that, "He who is of born of God does not sin." But in 1John 1:8, if we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. Can you explain this to me? Because, I am a confirmed believer. And, I sin everyday. Mindful and unmindful.
  • John Gibson on Amos 4
    Just curious, from verse 4, should we be giving tithes every three years or as often as there is a 'harvest'?
  • Randy on 2 John 1
    Ann:The old covenant forgave sin (Leviticus everywhere). Not only did it forgive sin...but it cleansed the flesh from sin for (get this) a whole year! How come Jesus came and went and we aren't clean for a day??? You know that can't be right. The New Covenant is "Remission" of sin. Jesus really did take away all of our sins...of course He did...literally! He said so. He Promised. Holy to the Lord!
  • Ann Hering on Daniel 9
    Question for Elijah Luthor! What is the 70 weeks of Daniel 9:24? Is this the 70 years Jerusalem was taken in captivity to Babylon?
  • A disciple on Daniel 9
    Elijah; very interesting information, but how useful for the simple? I too like to learn facts and history, but at a certain point you're gonna bore your audience a hole in the toe! We should use knowledge to expound and amplify spiritual knowledge that brings people to really know the Lord. All else seems to only want to glorify the one talking, because no one else is listening anymore. Write me!
  • A disciple on Matthew 2
    Yvonne; The Lord DOES want us to know all things and to fully understand His plans. How do we believe in something if we don't understand it? The Bible is a big Book full of knowledge and understanding and everything we need to learn from Him about life, the world, and all we are set to encounter until we're finished with this present existence. The Bible is full of Spirit-inspired prayers for us.


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