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  • Liz on Daniel 5
    All time is marked by GOD, no matter what place you hold in the world. Daniel let's us you should be on our mission while we have time. Time is soon gone and where will be then?
  • Dan123 on Psalms 22
    Wow, A Disciple, I have never heard that before. Could you kindly give me the Hebrew letters spelling of this word 'araw' so I could look into it. Many thanks. Anything to say on virgin of Isaiah 7:14?
  • A disciple
    Andrew Kelly (cont.); Furthermore, Jesus and the Father are ONE; who are you to say the opposite? He that sees the Son, sees the Father that sent Him. How does one dare to let words like that find a place in his heart to accept them; (what you said about the Lord); don't you even feel guilty or afraid of such things? If you think that you accepted Jesus as your personal Saviour, you missed it man!
  • A disciple
    What kind of spirit moves a man to question Christ? And Whose Spirit is it that glorifies Jesus, and makes the simple to understand wisdom? Whose judgment will stand before the great white throne; arrogant, unbelieving, debating, contradicting, and insubordinate wicked men? or that of the Lord Jesus Christ, and all His holy Apostles and Prophets and Saints? God makes His words known in obedience!
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    So the "Counsel" has determined that more evidence is needed to support the interpretation of the Scriptures to mean that Christ was to be pierced in His hands and His feet? Read Zechariah 12:10 and 13:6. The Hebrew word in Psalms 22 is aryeh; from the word araw - to pluck (in the sense of Violence); a [young] lion; rendered 'pierced' by the Translators. Jesus rose from dead and kept the piercings!
  • A disciple
    "Then one of the twelve, called Judas Iscariot, went unto the chief priests, and said unto them, What will ye give me, and I will deliver him unto you? And they covenanted with him for thirty pieces of silver. And from that time he sought opportunity to betray him." Something that has been festering in this son of the devil, now is come to a head. Once named among the Twelve, thus renders to God!
  • Mr. Curious on Genesis 1
    Donna Cromb, it clearly says right there, in verse 26 of the KJV, "And God said, Let us make man in our image, after our likeness . . ." Is this the royal we or something? Is he referring to angels as well?
  • Ray321 on Ephesians 6
    Ephesians 6:11 Put on the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. Apostle Paul is writing to believers. If we don't abstain from sin, how can we put the whole armour of God? Paul clearly instruct us how to prepare for battle in this evil world.
  • Mild Bill on Psalms 16
    There is not a 16th, of any month that goes by, when I do not remember that Almighty God, on this day, interceded for me specifically, to "maintain my lot" in this world. I will never forget he saved me and loves me, though I am an unworthy sinner, he is faithful to his word and work. " knowing that the goodness of God leadeth thee to repentence?" Romans 2:4
  • Dan123 on Psalms 22
    I would say that Mark D has a point. Isn't there a problem also with the virgin of Isaiah 7:14?
    A disciple - you are not answering satisfactorily - how far can the 'spirit' go and who possesses it?
  • Evangelist Andrew Kelly - in Reply on John 5
    Jesus said it over and over again he was a weakling without the spirit of God his Father in him. How Christans can mess that up and pervert his words is beyond me. When man are blind they are blind to the word. John 14:10 Believest thou not that I am in the Father, and the Father in me? the words that I speak unto you I speak not of myself: but the Father that dwelleth in me, he doeth the works.
  • Donna Cromb on Genesis 1
    Adrienne Baxter, it says in His image, not our own image, check your Bible against the King James version here. "We were made in His own image", and notice own is in italics. That means the original Hebrew didn't have own in it, it was added by the kjv translators. As to what happened.? To who? Do u mean Adam and Eve? They sinned and got evicted from Eden later, not in this chapter.
  • A disciple
    BSP (cont.); so then in the light of these things; that their coming to present themselves to God was to give an account ALTOGETHER of themselves; the fact that Cain deliberately left out the one essential "accounting of himself" by the token of a blood sacrifice for faith in the coming Saviour; God said to him, "Why are you wroth, and your countenance fallen? If you do well won't you be ACCEPTED?
  • A disciple on Genesis 5
    BSP; what makes you think, that "made in God's image and likeness," doesn't mean we look like Him? Of course we look like Him! The only one who doesn't want men to look like God, is the one who wants himself to sit in the place of God on His throne instead! Man is the replication of God; He is our Father in heaven; and children look like their parents! We shall see Him as He and shall be like Him.
  • A disciple on Jeremiah 12
    BSP; I don't think Jeremiah was "complaining about smaller trials;" for from the whole tone of the chapter, he is evidently in deep spiritual discussion and prayer with the Lord about the evil condition of the people, and why the wicked are allowed so much room. Remember how God came to talk with Abraham about what was happening in Sodom? The Lord looks for like-minded friends to talk with.
  • A disciple
    "And Joshua said unto the children of Israel, How long are ye slack to go to possess the land, which the LORD God of your fathers hath given you?" In our current age of obsession with selfish pleasures and entertainment, the great feats and character of the Lord's Mighty Men of old, hardly anyone of us is able to identify with in our own lives. But they walked with God in the same world as we do!
  • Sr on Isaiah 58
    This precept is admonishing all awaken israelites to speak to their fellow brethren and sisters about their forgotten heritage. Jeremiah 17:4 let you know that Jacob children lost their way by sinning against their power. A command from the Heavenly Father is to show those lost sheep how they continue to sin against God. How can one find them? Check out Deuteronomy 28:46 the sign to identify.
  • BSP on Jeremiah 12
    Verse 5: Jeremiah was complaining about the smaller trials he was facing, but he was going to go through even bigger trials. If he could not deal with his smaller trials, how would he be able to deal with the bigger trials?
  • Alex on Esther 7
    Esther was under the tent of Mordecai to become great who,s tent are you?
  • Donna Cromb
    Acts 8 clarifies this passage is clearly talking about Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ, so in verse 2 it says he had no comeliness that means he wasn't good looking. How often did He talk and no one listen because the people only looked at the outside? Not many focus on that and I still see it today. People believe a good looker, young, with a good body before they believe an elderly person. Sad.
  • Owen James on Hebrews 1
    Hebrews 1:13 - But to which of the angels said he at any time, Sit on my right hand, until I make thine enemies thy footstool? (Believe it and Receive it Brethren right now in Jesus name)
  • Ray321 on 1 Timothy 1
    1 Timothy 1:1 Paul, an apostle of Jesus Christ by the commandment of God our Saviour, and Lord Jesus Christ, which is our hope. How important is Paul to us in the Bible? The scriptures will tell us how important Paul is to the Gentiles. Paul is our Apostle for today.
  • A disciple on Psalms 22
    Mr. Diffin; I have answered you directly, but you didn't hear: but since you might also not understand the answer, I'll try again. It is not, as you say, "changing" the Word, but a rendering in translation. You may have some experience with learning a foreign language: do you know then, that there are some things that cannot be "word for word" but must convey the idea? For this we need the Spirit!
  • A disciple on Revelation 2
    To Irene from 3 months ago, Jeremiah 6; All of the churches were "salvageable" otherwise the Lord wouldn't have sent to speak to them to repent! Ephesus was in danger of being removed altogether of her place even as a Lampstand for the Lord because they forgot their first love! So what good then will be all their activities? Laodicea was rich in this world, luke warm, stupid and blind spiritually.
  • A disciple on Jeremiah 6
    "They have healed also the hurt of the daughter of my people *slightly, saying, Peace, peace; when there is no peace." - Slightly - Hebrew; qalal' - a prim. root; to be (caus. make) light; lit. (swift, small, sharp, etc.) or fig. (easy, trifling, vile, etc.) - abate, make bright, bring into contempt, (ac) curse, despise, (the) ease (-y; -ier); to make or esteem lightly, etc. How do you read this?
  • BSP on 1 John 3
    Verses 17 and 18: If we have the ability to help others out and yet we fail to do so because of greed or indifference, how can we say that we love God? We need to love not only in word, but show that love by our actions.
  • Ray321 on 2 Corinthians 11
    Wow Apostle Paul labored more then anybody in the Lord. 2 Corinthians 11:23 Are they ministers of Christ? I speak as a fool I am more in labours more abundant, in stripes above measure, in prisons more frequent, in deaths oft. Jesus suffer the cross, Paul suffer beheaded. Wow, that is unbelievable how they suffered. There is a friend that sticked closer then a brother, that's Jesus.
  • Michael H Waller JR. on Genesis 1
    Jeffery in regards to your comment. Determining the correct temperature of the Sun is tricky wouldn't you think? The Placement would have to be perfect for correct light and heat. Genesis is an amazing book.
  • Mark Diffin on Psalms 22
    A.D. , you are avoiding my question once again and it is very basic. Why all the mistranslations and deceptions. If the truth is with Christianity, then it should speak for itself. If it needs to twist the meaning the the Old Testament then questions need to be raised - why?!! All I am asking is honesty and truth. Changing the meaning of scriptures is changing the word G-d my friend.
  • Sharron Pettis on 1 Thessalonians 4
    Everyone is having difficulty with this, especially the rapture! Is He coming to take believers in the twinkling of an eye OR NOT? I was brought up having been taught YES. Now everyone putting a different spin on it all! Who can know which interpretation is correct?!?!? I thought we were not appointed to wrath and no these are saying it's so! What is the truth and does everyone just see it

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