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  • A disciple on Joshua 7
    "..Get thee up; wherefore liest thou thus upon thy face? Israel hath sinned, and they have also transgressed my covenant which I commanded them.." The failures of God's people are often automatically put on the Lord for some imagined "Mystery" of His will, why He would let them fall. But see how God answers, and make no mistake; if we fall before our enemies, its because we have sinned!
  • A disciple on Genesis 2
    On the other hand, however we may see through a glass darkly, and struggle sometimes with each other to all be sound and confirmed sure in our understanding; isn't it a most profitable exercise for us to talk of the things of the Lord? When one has a little knowledge, and can by the Lord's ability, convey that to his brethren, that's a good thing! We're all LEARNING to be meek and lowly of heart:)
  • A disciple on Titus 2
    Insight; Again, Aren't you reading the Chapters all the way through? or the couple dozen other places where Jesus talks about Hell? The Angels shall go forth and sever the wicked from among the just, and gather them in "bundles to be burned;" that sounds like HURT to me! The bad are going to be thrown away into everlasting punishment wailing and gnashing of teeth. Do you think that won't hurt?
  • A disciple on Mark 9
    Brother Bruce how right you are! You know in Romans 1:18-32; how the Spirit describes the disgusting moral ruin of those who will not have anything to do with knowing the Lord, or any truth? That so describes the unbelievably evil kind of people we see in the News every day here. I can remember when I was first saved, and started learning about the "end times;" its so worse than I ever imagined.
  • A disciple
    Mark 9:38 (cont.); What does the Lord Jesus say about the many divisions and separations, when His commandment was explicitly, Love one another as I have loved you; and, One is your Master, Christ; and ALL YOU ARE BRETHREN? Here's a clue: If your eye or hand or foot cause you to sin; (i.e. to offend one of these little ones); better to enter life one-eyed, maimed or halt than be cast into Gehenna!
  • A disciple on Mark 9
    "..Master, we saw one casting out devils in thy name, and he follows not us: and we forbade him, because he follows not us. But Jesus said, Forbid him not.." Do you ever wonder where all those Church Denominations came from? or how that in the beginning they were without questioning, all of one accord, and one mind, and one heart knit together? How is the Lord going to answer this when He comes?
  • A disciple on Acts 15
    Insight; may I ask, What Bible are you reading? Paul wasn't trying to turn Gentiles into Jews. When it talks about the controversy that arose over whether the Gentile Believers should be compelled to be circumcised and keep the law of Moses; it was from the Pharisees: Paul by that time was long time no longer doing that; and was only called upon to testify what he was preaching. Read Galatians!
  • A disciple on Ezekiel 37
    We read how at the Great White Throne all shall stand before the KING for judgment, and it says that the books will be opened, and the book of Life. We read about how in the world to come the Saints will be in charge of the government of the world under Christ. Who are the Nations of the saved? Ezekiel 16:53-63 suggests that all Nations shall be restored to their former estate; minus the wicked.
  • Insight777 on Acts 15
    What is the contention from Paul about Gentiles? Peter supported by Apostle James said Jesus taught converting Gentiles from the beginning. Paul wants to convert Gentiles to be Christians only if they are circumcised first to pledge obedience to Mosaic laws. Paul supports Abrahamic bloodline belief, that Christ is from David. The Apostles know that is not true. Jesus came to remove unjust laws.
  • A disciple on Ezekiel 37
    "...Lord, wilt thou at this time restore again the kingdom to Israel?" The Day of the LORD shall be the commencement of the Regeneration, when the Lord Jesus Christ shall sit on the throne of His glory. In that day Israel shall say, Blessed is He that comes in the Name of the LORD; and in that day shall they repent and be converted with weeping and crying all over the Country and for ever changed!
  • The Great ELDER on Ezekiel 37
    In this text, is God saying what he would do for Israel and Judah? Where is it in the bible where this actually came to past? I know after years had passed the children was restore there rightly place.
  • Mark Diffin on Psalms 22
    Can someone please tell me which word in the original Hebrew in verse 16 means pierced and also where it is used with the same meaning anywhere else in the Bible? Please someone answer this for me as the whole credibility of the Christian understanding of the chapter depends on it, Thanks.
  • A disciple on Revelation 3
    Stevish; There is no end of [so-called] recommended Bibles and Bible Teachers. But what says the Holy Spirit in the Scriptures? "The anointing that we have from Him abides in us, and we have NO NEED that anyone teach us..." God puts teachers in the Assembly; Yes, of course! but the Word also says, that He gives understanding to the simple; and if any lack wisdom, let him ask from God who gives...
  • A disciple
    Don't let anyone tell you, you can't stop sinning, or that you can't keep God's commandments; they are liars and devil agents. Why would any servant of God teach others that disobedience is to be expected? And worse, to misuse the Holy Glad Tidings of Jesus Christ in a way that makes people think that calling one's self a Christian, should somehow exempt him from wrath for sinning! God look upon!
  • A disciple
    Randy (cont.); How do we stop sinning? REPENT! Make a determined action and commitment in your heart that you turn your back on the world and all your idols, and QUIT THE SINNING! You find your Bible, and get yourself some notebooks and pens for taking good notes of what your learning; and begin a regular Bible reading plan to continually be in the Word: write it down, pray it in, and work it out!
  • A disciple on 1 John 3
    Randy; it looks like a number of us are concerned how best to answer your very good question; which was, "How can I stop sinning?" The reason I went directly to conversion and repentance, is because that is at the heart of our being either obedient or disobedient; which is where God looks at our innermost thoughts and intents, and whether we call upon Him in acknowledging the truth to get right.
  • A disciple on Matthew 12
    "...And they asked him, saying, Is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath days? that they might accuse him." We should read all three accounts (Matthew, Mark, and Luke) of these things to see completely what happened. While the Lord defends the guiltless against religious impostors' hatred and hostility, He still tries to instruct those who have no heart to know the truth or any right understanding.
  • Wayne on 1 John 3
    Hello Randy, just saying Jesus is the only begotten Son of God. Some say He's this or that, making confusion. The Father, himself, says This is my beloved Son ,in whom I am well pleased. If The Father states He is well pleased with Christ, His Son, what is man to say that He isn't His Son? One must be careful.
  • A disciple on Matthew 3
    "But when he saw many of the Pharisees and Sadducees come to his baptism, he said unto them, O generation of vipers, who hath warned you to flee from the wrath to come? Bring forth therefore fruits meet for repentance:" Rabbinic Judaism of Jesus' day was a man-made system carefully contrived to enslave its adherents to hypocrisy, and completely shut them out from the knowledge of God in Christ.
  • Marshal Albritton on Psalms 49
    At the age of 20 years old I had to have 'open heart surgery'. I was confident of where I would go in the possibility of a random medical complication. While laying on the cart, waiting to be pushed into the back room for prep work by the doctors, I had complete sound mind and peace of spirit about the matter. What was the worst thing that could have happened? - - I could have died. GREAT!!
  • A disciple on 1 John 3
    Bruce; Maybe YOU cannot quit sinning; and maybe the Church you go to teaches that; but the Scriptures tell us very plainly God's command to repent! How can one be still sinning, and of the devil, while being a new creation in Christ? How do you square being born of the incorruptible seed of the Word of God, and born from above through the Spirit, yet still a disobedient rebel at the same time?
  • Steven on 2 Corinthians 9
    Does Gen 14 establish prelaw tithing as a doctrine? Abraham tithed the spoils of war. And then gave the other 90% back to the King of Sodom. Not according to Numbers 31: 27-30 7 Gen 28 Jacob vowed to tithe but never did so how does that establish tithing as a doctrine. 2CORN 9:7 Necessity: imposed either by the circumstances, or by law of duty regarding to one's advantage, custom, argument.

  • A disciple on Matthew 11
    "Verily I say unto you, Among them that are born of women there hath not risen a greater than John the Baptist: notwithstanding he that is least in the kingdom of heaven is greater than he." Does this suggest that we can be the least in our Christianity? or rather, that the littlest one among those born from above...? For with these things the Lord rebukes those most blessed, but who repented not.
  • Randy
    How do we stop sinning? (v.9).
  • Randy on 1 John 3
    Love is obeying His covenant. If the old covenant forgave sin, what is the New Covenant?
  • Randy on 1 John 3
    Hey there Wayne! Are you saying what I think you're saying?
  • Insight777 on Matthew 12
    V12, Jesus is amazing. No sheep is better than a man. So how does a sheep that is less than a man have the greater value to release man from sin bondage? Jesus said all men have sin, those without sin cast the first stone of "death for sin". They can't. You are freed from sin by forgiving each other and joining in spirit with God in water baptism. No death required.
  • Steve morrow on Luke 24
  • The Father God's daughter-servant on Acts 10
    In Jesus Christ, I greet you! I'm wondering, why do people say that Peter was contrary to Old Testament law when he lodged with Simon a tanner? Didn't the Jews in Old Testament time use animal skins for clothing? This occupation doesn't seem to violate the rule concerning touching the dead; there was a ceremonious custom to wash after touching the dead to bury them; tanners weren't noncompliant
  • The Father God's daughter-servant on John 10
    In Jesus Christ, I greet you! I'm wondering if verse 12 concerning "the wolf" refers to the contemporary charlatans that preach for gain and lust? It would seem to me that those that gather around them, most likely aren't The Lord's sheep.

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