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  • Mishael on Deuteronomy 1:37
    If you are interested in stats on past pandemics (back towards 1800's) you might want to read this final tally of those events. It's mind-boggling.

    We all need to pray for each other and kids attending school now.

    I really think USA can weather this if we'll just stress safety to family members. I mean who wants to be a pandemic stat?

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    I've been to zillions of Home Meetings/Care Groups. Why can't we treat them as Acts Chapter One Ministry.

    What do you think about it?
  • Garnetta Darton9 on Deuteronomy 1:37
    Saul's Attempts On David's Life
  • Gwen Raiden on Deuteronomy 1:37
    What is meant by Moses stuck a rock instead of speaking to it? Explain please.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1:37
    God told Moses to speak to the rock but moses must not have believed so therefore Moses struck the rock. Water still came out but for disobident Moses was not allowed to enter the promise land.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1:37
    There is a lot to think about when Moses struck the rock a second time. Our first strike is to know Jesus and His ever flowing stream of love and peace, yet so soon after, we forget who we really are and how we were led out of our own darkness and washed by the sea of blood, we want to command Jesus with another strike to prove our righteousness (bitter water). If we want to cross the Jordan into the promised land, we must remain humble and be led only by the Holy Spirit sent by Jesus to the washed and made clean heart.
  • Gwen Raiden - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1:37
    Ok, it was supposed to be struck instead of stuck? That is what I was confused about also. Thank you, Carleton and God bless you.
  • Carleton - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1:37
    God Bless you Gwen, and God Bless the Discussion!

    Carleton
  • Wayne - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1:37
    god was angry at Moses, because he got a big head and was acting like he was the one with the power.and god doesn't like competition .
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    Why was my comments and replies i made not shared like the other peoples was? thats wrong and discrimination i have a right to freedom of speech! we are not suppose to have respect of person according to the bible...everything i posted was biblical and true..
  • Shane - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1
    i think i know what you may be driving at in one's anger out comes GD, this is a clear indication this person is absent minded and calls upon God in damning something or someone, in the bible jesus teaches not to swear by heaven nor the things in them, or by the earth nor the things in them, but to let your yes be yes and your no be no,if we call upon God we best have a reason not in vain...
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    I pray u all come to the knowledge of the truth we are in the last days! hold on to Yeshua- Jesus nothing here is worth going to hell for!have a blessed day!
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    10.You must not be envious of your neighbour's goods. You shall not be envious of his house nor his wife, nor anything that belongs to your neighbor.
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    This would change only after Constantine converted to Christianity. From the mid-fourth century on, we do find Christians deliberately adapting and Christianizing pagan festivals. A famous proponent of this practice was Pope Gregory the Great, who, in a letter written in 601 C.E. to a Christian missionary in Britain, recommended that local pagan temples not be destroyed but be convert into churchs
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    They claimed that because the early Christians didn t know when Jesus was born, they simply assimilated the pagan solstice festival for their own purposes, claiming it as the time of the Messiah s birth and celebrating it accordingly. More recent studies have shown that many of the holiday s modern trappings do reflect pagan customs borrowed much later, as Christianity expanded into northern
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    on a manuscript of the writings of the Syriac biblical commentator Dionysius bar-Salibi states that in ancient times the Christmas holiday was actually shifted from January 6 to December 25 so that it fell on the same date as the pagan Sol Invictus holiday.5 In the 18th and 19th centuries, Bible scholars spurred on by the new study of comparative religions latched on to this idea.6 They claimed
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    Despite its popularity today, this theory of Christmas s origins has its problems. It is not found in any ancient Christian writings, for one thing. Christian authors of the time do note a connection between the solstice and Jesus birth: It s not until the 12th century that we find the first suggestion that Jesus birth celebration was deliberately set at the time of pagan feasts. A marginal note
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    on December 25. Christmas, the argument goes, is really a spin-off from these pagan solar festivals. According to this theory, early Christians deliberately chose these dates to encourage the spread of Christmas and Christianity throughout the Roman world: If Christmas looked like a pagan holiday, more pagans would be open to both the holiday and the God whose birth it celebrated.
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    The most loudly touted theory about the origins of the Christmas date s is that it was borrowed from pagan celebrations. The Romans had their mid-winter Saturnalia festival in late December barbarian peoples of northern and western Europe kept holidays at similar times. To top it off, in 274 C.E., the Roman emperor Aurelian established a feast of the birth of Sol Invictus the Unconquered Sun ,
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    Tertullian c. 160 225 . Origen of Alexandria c. 165 264 goes so far as to mock Roman celebrations of birth anniversaries, dismissing them as pagan practices a strong indication that Jesus birth was not marked with similar festivities at that place and time.1 As far as we can tell, Christmas was not celebrated at all at this point.
  • Sarah on Deuteronomy 1
    .Celebrations of Jesus Nativity are not mentioned in the Gospels or Acts the date is not given, not even the time of year. The Catholic church changed it .The extrabiblical evidence from the first and second century is equally spare: There is no mention of birth celebrations in the writings of early Christian writers such as Irenaeus c. 1Tertullian c. 160 225 . Origen of AlTertullian c. 1
  • Bruce on Deuteronomy 1
    I Don't Remember Reading That? Where Does it Say Christ was Born On Christmas?
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1
    The bible don't say what day Jesus was born. I think it was in winter. Not sure why or who picked 25th Dec.
  • Jdog on Deuteronomy 1
    you can say Jesus was born on Christmas because in the bible it says he was born on Christmas that is why we have it on that day
  • Sarah - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1
    no where in the bible does it says that Jesus was born on christmas its a lie and deception from the catholic church.. read the word sweetie.. stop being decieved! no man knows when Jesus birthday is.. its a pagan holiday just like sunday is sun worship! reasearch it please..
  • Micaiah on Deuteronomy 1
    God said, "I am the thy God, Thou shall not lie." To say that Christ was born December 25 is to lie. Do you have a copy f His birth certificate.
  • Sarah - in Reply on Deuteronomy 1
    Micaiah your correct it is lieing when people say Jesus was born on Dec,25th its a pagan Sun God Day...its wrong to celebrate it.. all holidays are pagan and the Roman catholic church changed it all..to decieve the world so they will believe in fables and dellussions..also the sabbath was changed from saturday to sunday by the catholic church. saturday is the true sabbath we should be keeping..
  • Timothy L Jones Sr. on Deuteronomy 1
    Why does man be a hater of God: Tim Coenen hates Christmas and Easter!? People accepted Jesus Christ on any day, so Tim, accept Christmas the birthday of our Lord Jesus Christ and Easter the He rose for our sake not His. Aman Hallelujah !!!
  • George Waters on Deuteronomy 1
    @Connie Elam Exodus 21:22- I hope that helps.
  • Connie Elam on Deuteronomy 1
    I am looking for laws or commandments that refer to harming pregnant women, or violence that causes them to lose babies.
  • Linda joy BRUIN on Deuteronomy 1
    Gordon u can fine the 10 commandments in Exodus 20:3 - 17.


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