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  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on John 1
    Part 3 of 3 Listen God knows what you have to give. If the preacher is asking for 1000 dollars and all you have is 1 dollar and no other money then this message is not for you. Even the Bible tells us that we are to give according to our ability, Leviticus 14 30 Leviticus 27 8 Deuteronomy 16 17 Acts 11 29 Ezra 2 69 2 Corinthians 8 12 For if there be first a willing mind, it is accepted according to that a man hath, and not according to that he hath not. Now if you want to make a sacrificial offering to the true man or woman of God then remember this you cannot beat God s giving, read Malachi 3 8 thru 12 Luke 6 38. So if you choose to make a sacrifice of your money outside of tithes and offering to a true man and woman of God then this sacrifice is between you and God. And God will bless according to the way he wants. In the end the only thing that God is requiring of man is to pay tithes and offering.
  • Evangelist Chatauna Robinson on Genesis 4
    Hello Ryan, I do not know what happened to Part 2 of 2 I am submitting Part 2 again There are many scriptures that talk about the heavens. Deuteronomy 10 14 1 King 8 27 Psalms 57 5 Psalms 115 3 Psalms 115 16 The heaven, even the heavens are the LORD S but the earth hath he given to the children of men Zechariah 6 5. In Matthew 3 16. In this scripture the heavens open and the spirit of the Lord descended like a dove. The Lord stated that the heaven is his throne and the Earth is his footstool in Isaiah 66 1 St. Matthew 5 35 Acts 7 49. We know that this heaven and this earth will burn up in the end and will be replaced with a new heaven and new earth. 2 Peter 3 10 2 Peter 3 12 Revelation 21 1. Exactly how many heavens there are I do not know but I do believe that there is more than one Isaiah 42 5 states Thus saith God the Lord, he that created the heavens, and stretched them out he that spread forth the earth, and that which cometh out of it he that giveth breath unto the people upon it, and spirit to them that walk therein
  • Christian on Deuteronomy 18
    I don 't beleive Deuteronomy 18 v 18 is refering to Muhammad as that prophet who is like Moses. It is very clear that this verse of scripture is refering to Jesus as that prophet. The criteria s which you have put forward to identify that prophet who is like Moses are far too humanistic in nature to qualify as criteria s. There are many other criteria 's which Muslims has overlooked, criterias that proves that Jesus is like Moses. I think Muslims over the years have tried very hard to make a case that Muhammad is like Moses. Muhammad is not like Moses!! If you are prepared to discus this issue further please reply.
  • John Roberts on Deuteronomy 14
    Deuteronomy 14 11 12 Of all clean birds ye shall eat. But these are they of which ye shall not eat the eagle, and the ossifrage deer eagle , and the ospray sea eagle , Deuteronomy 14 13 20 And the glede vulture family , and the kite falcon , and the vulture after his kind, And every raven gold black raven after his kind, And the owl, and the night hawk, and the cuckow seagull , and the hawk after his kind, The little owl, and the great owl, and the swan, And the pelican, and the gier eagle, and the cormorant pelican family , And the stork, and the heron parrot after her kind, and the lapwing grouse , and the bat. And every creeping thing termites , that flieth that swarms is great numbers is unclean unto you they shall not be eaten. But of all clean fowls duck, goose, chicken, partridge, pheasant, prairie chicken, quail, turkey ye may eat. The rule of thumb is not to eat of any scavengers, whether it is a fish, bird or animal. Scavengers are filters, placed here by Almighty God to filter out uncleanness from the earth and to cut down on diseases and to protect His children that He considers precious. To break these health and food laws are sins against your health and not against eternal soul.
  • Nick Curran on Deuteronomy 14:26
    Sorry Angel but strong drink does NOT equate to sweet drink but alcohol Fact is people often use the term strong drink to discourage alcohol use The term strong drink is used in Leviticus 10 9 and Proverbs 20 in relation to alcohol Some drafts of that verse use the term fermentation which is the technical definition for the process by which liquids become alcoholic Alcohol like food can be used in moderation The bible warns us against gluttony but no one is going to say that you can t eat The scriptures warn us against sexual immorality but 1 Corinthians 7 verse 2 tells people to have spouses IOT avoid sexual immorality ie to have sex with your spouse instead of doing so outside of marriage Look there s no way you can avoid temptation we re all sinners the question is how are you going to respond By attempting to be the super abstinent Christian you re going to find yourself NOT enjoying your walk with the Lord nor celebrating life which is what Deuteronomy 14 verse 26 is telling you to do By not enjoying your walk with the Lord you re setting yourself up to fail big time That is the condition under which you re most vulnerable and where sin and temptation win out
  • Phillip Stephens on 1 Timothy 4
    1Timothy 4 is about doctrines of devils. These doctrines consist of people teaching preachers shouldn't marry or follow the laws of God in Leviticus 11 & Deuteronomy 14 on our diet. I continue to see people saying 1Timothy 4:1-5 is saying our God is saying a preacher shouldn't marry and it's ok to eat things God call unclean and forbids. Would someone please show me where Yahweh says this? The people that assume this, are you saying Yahweh is a devil? 1Timothy 4:1-3 is very clear the doctrine of forbidding to marry and to obtain from foods God sets aside in His word are doctrines of devils. Is Yahweh a devil? Is His Holy Word a doctrine of devils?
  • Micah on Jonah 4:1
    Jonah was angry that God forgave the people of Nineveh because it rendered him as a false prophet. ( Deuteronomy 18:22)
  • Jim on John 5
    John 5:31 and John 8:18 do not contradict each other. In 5:31, Jesus is saying that, according to Jewish law, a single witness (in this case, Himself) is insufficient to establish truth (see Numbers 35:30, and especially Deuteronomy 19:15; also 2 Corinthians 13:1). In 8:18, He states that not only He, but the Father also, bears witness of Him. Thus, his witness (which agrees with that of the Father) is TRUE.
  • One on 1 Timothy 4
    Hello saints. Awhile ago when i rededicated my life to Christ, i use to think that i was not to eat pork, because God had commanded in Deuteronomy 14:8 not to eat the swine, because it divided the hoof, and was unclean to us. ..... But what i have come to learn; is that the time that we are in, is now the time of faith, and grace, where as before; you use to have to kill, and burn animals, to ask forgiveness of your sin. ..... It was if God was saying to us; since you only believe in what you see, than here are the orders in which i want you to go about approaching me. (i'm just saying that's what it seems like he was saying) Because God declares alot in his Word that he does not change, but now has he made Christ the sacrifice, that never needs another, and all that we have to do now is believe on his ultimate sacrifice; that it covered all of are sins, that we asked forgiveness for. So now we only have to acknowledge God, and ask him, and believe that he received, and will answer our request, SO NOW ARE WE SAVED BY GRACE TROUGH FAITH; AND NOT BY THE LAW: So now we approach God by relationship, and not by old guide lines and doctrines, because now God has perfected the order. (meaning he has now taken the training wheels off!) HALLELUJAH!
  • Aldred on Leviticus 11:18
    The Pelican? Jackdor, The Hebrew translator of the AV came up with "pelican" because the verb translates as vomit or reject for Ha Ka'at and this was considered as a feature of this bird. Leviticus 11:18. At least NIV keeps to "desert owl" for Deuteronomy 14:17 and Psalm 102:6 whereas NKJ Leviticus 11:18 and Deteronomy 14:17 the jackdaw appears for the same Hebrew word, the Pelican!. From Psalm 102:6 the "desert owl" flying through the ruins may be the right answer? Where does the "white" of white owl come from? The "swan" but where does the same word get its "mole" in the AV Deteronomy 14:17 I wonder. Most calamitous of all what is a gier eagle. I cannot find the word "gier" in the Oxford Dictionary!
  • Grandie on Deuteronomy 18

    Moses (p.b.u.h.) in Deuteronomy 18:18 prophesies the advent of Prophet Mohammad صلى الله عليه وسلم

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    Analysis of Deuteronomy 18: 18

    We read the following words addressed to Moses in the Book of Deuteronomy Chapter 18: verse 18:

    "I will raise them up a prophet from among their brethren, like unto thee ; and I will put my words in his mouth." ( Deuteronomy 18: 18)

    A prophet from among their brethren means from the brethren of the Jews, meaning the Arabs. Abraham had two sons. His first born son was Ishmael (from whom the Arabs descend) and a his second born son is Isaac (from whom Jews descend).

    Like unto thee means the expected prophet will be like Moses. Jesus is not like Moses, but Mohammad صلى الله عليه وسلم is like Moses.

    Comparison between Moses, Muhammad and Jesus (Peace be upon them)

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    صلى الله عليه وسلم


    1. Father and Mother Moses had a father and a mother. Muhammad also had a father and a mother. But Jesus had only a mother, and no human father.
    2. Birth Moses was born in the normal, natural course, i.e. by the physical association of man and woman. Muhammad was born in the normal, natural course, i.e. by the physical association of man and woman. But Jesus was created by a special miracle.
    3. Marriage Moses married and begot children. Muhammad also married and begot children. But Jesus remained a bachelor all his life.
    4. People's Acceptance Moses was accepted as a prophet by his people.
    No doubt the Jews gave endless trouble to Moses and they murmured in the wilderness, but as a nation, as a whole, they acknowledged that Moses was a Messenger of God sent to them.

    Muhammad was also accepted as a prophet by his people.
    The Arabs of Mecca persecuted prophet Mohammad & his followers and he had to flee from the city of Mecca to Medina. However, by the time of his death, the Arab nation as a whole had accepted him as a Messenger of God.

    But according to the Bible-
    "He (Jesus) came unto his own, but his own received him not"
    ( John 1:11).
    And even today, after more than two thousand years, Jesus' people (the Jews) still do not recognize him as a Messiah.

    5. "Other-Worldly" Kingdom (the power or prerogative of inflicting capital punishment) Moses was a prophet as well as a king. Moses possessed the power of inflicting capital punishment. For example, the Israelite who was found picking up firewood on the Sabbath Day, Moses had him stoned to death. There are other crimes also mentioned in the Bible for which capital punishment was inflicted on the Jews at the behest of Moses Muhammad was also a prophet as well as the head of the Islamic State.

    Jesus claimed a spiritual kingdom only; in other words he only claimed to be a prophet. When Jesus was dragged before the Roman Governor, Pontius Pilate, charged for sedition, Jesus made a convincing point in his defence to refute the false charges: Jesus answered, "'My kingdom is not of this world': If my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews; but now is my kingdom not from hence". ( John 18:36)
    6. New Laws Moses brought new laws and new regulation to his people. Moses not only gave the Ten Commandments to the Israelites, but a very comprehensive ceremonial law for the guidance of his people. Muhammad also brought new laws and new regulations to his people based on the Quran.
    He came to a people steeped in barbarism and ignorance. They married their step-mothers; they buried their daughters alive; drunkenness, adultery, idolatry and gambling were the order of the day.

    From this abject barbarism, Muhammad elevated them, into torch-bearers of light and learning. Muhammad gave his people a Law and Order they never had before.

    As regards Jesus, when the Jews felt suspicious of him that he might be an imposter with designs to pervert their teachings, Jesus took pains to assure them that he had not come with a new religion-no new laws and no new regulations. Jesus said: "Think not that I am come to destroy the law, or the prophets: I am not come to destroy, but to fulfil. For verily I say unto you, till heaven and earth pass, one jot or one title shall in no wise pass from the law, till all be fulfilled". ( Matthew 5:17-18).
    7. Departure Moses died a natural death. Muhammad also died a natural death. But according to Christianity, Jesus was violently killed on the cross.
    8. Final Abode Moses lies buried in earth. Muhammad also lies buried in earth. But according to the Christians, Jesus rests in heaven.

    I will put my words in his mouth" describes perfectly how Mohammad صلى الله عليه وسلم received revelation of the exact words of God in the form of the verses of the Quran. Whereas the Gospel was inspired by God, but not the exact/literal word of God.

    If this verse does not apply to Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم , the prophecy in this verse will be unfulfilled. Prophet Jesus himself never claimed to be the Prophet alluded to in this verse. Even his disciples were of the same opinion: they looked to the second coming of Jesus for the fulfillment of this prophecy ( Acts 3: 17-24). So far it is undisputed that the first coming of Jesus was not the advent of this anticipated prophet and his second advent can hardly fulfill the prophecy. Jesus, as is believed by his Church, will appear as a Judge and not as a law-giver; but the promised one has to come with a "fiery law" in "his right hand."

    Muhammad Asad (formerly known as Leopold Weiss), a Jewish scholar who converted to Islam said:

    The 'brethren' of the children of Israel are obviously the Arabs, and particularly the Musta'ribah ('Arabianized') group among them, which traces its descent to Ishmael and Abraham: and since it is this group that the Arabian Prophet's own tribe, the Quraish, belonged, the above biblical passages must be taken as referring to his advent."

  • Winson Falia on Mark 7
    Is there anyone who can explain what verses 18,19 are saying? Does verse 19 say we can eat anything we like? Then what Deuteronomy 14 talks about the unclean food that we are not supposed to eat?
  • Jay on Luke 23
    @ Wilsom Mungai,
    1. The time of salvation is the moment a person calls upon and receives the lord Jesus Christ as their personal savior ( Romans 10:9-13);
    2. Easter is a Babylonian pagan ritual from the pagan Astaroth ( Deuteronomy 1:4);
    3. A bible believing Christian should never refer to the resurrection day as Easter;
    4. My question is what does the rabbit and egg have to do with the resurrection of Jesus Christ?
  • Andr on Genesis 4:5
    @ Aggie,
    1 John 3:12 states Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother. And wherefore slew he him? Because his own works were evil, and his brother's righteous. This simply mean Cains heart was basically wicked and the problem with his sacrifice was just an expression of his wicked heart.
    And you and I know that God looks at the heart, and makes no exception of person ( Deuteronomy 10 :17, Acts 10 :34-35).
    God bless you.
  • Timothy Wayne George on Deuteronomy 17
    Deuteronomy 17:17 The King was not to multiply wives, less he would fail to keep the law. He was not to multiply silver or gold. These are all examples for us today for government officials to follow, so that they rule with integrity. Christianity teaches one man, for one woman, and if this is not done then the land will be caused to sin. We need to pray for leaders with integrity who will pattern themselves after the laws of God. Then the blessings of God will come upon our country.
  • @Rachel,
    Deuteronomy 15 is not for us to apply, it was meant for the Israelites, Romans 15:4. However aspects stressed in that chapter can benefit us and give us light in such issues. God bless you.
  • Eric on Deuteronomy 1
    Deuteronomy 1;6 God told the people it is time to move forward after a long stay at Mt.Horeb.In the journey of life there is the need to continue to move forward to our dreams and not stay at particular place where it is obvious your dreams seems obscure and chartered.MOVE FORWARD
  • Jean on Deuteronomy 1
    Deuteronomy 1 is telling us to do as God is telling us to do that God has a plan for his people all we have to do is open our minds and ears and hear what he is saying to us to trust him and do his will and we will reap the harvest
  • Dorothy on Deuteronomy 1:11
    to me deuteronomy 111 this is the year that God is going to bless people who is and wlll trust him and during the will of god for the kingdom because the kingdom is in us so when we trust God and plant seed because its seed time and harvest so when we give to God and plant seed we pull down kingdom living so i stand on deuteronomy 111 so when you and add the year you born everyone who was born in the 1900 and their birthday comeing this year you will get 111
  • Disciple on 1 Timothy 2
    Malachi 3:6 I am the lord God and I change not..
    God does not change neither does His word. Men and their wiser than thou wisdom is revolving daily, twisting the word of God to their benefit.
    Man does not hate God. Satan does. Satan's spirit gets into man which cause man to flaw and rebel. That is why God is almighty and His wisdom and might is not like our own nor can be understood by those that seek there own way.
    God is so good that he gives us a choice to choose right or wrong. He is not a forcful God.
    From the beginning of time God uses a man to guide, lead and instruct those that will receive him. (First reference) Deuteronomy 18:15-22
    God uses a man not women.
    1Timothy 2:12,13, Isaiah3:12, 1Corinthians 11:3
  • Chris on Leviticus 17
    Jeff - Am I Catholic? No! I do not belong to any denomination, nor do I consider myself to be "Christian." I do believe in Christ, but I don't claim the title "Christian" for several reasons. Instead I just consider myself a believer.

    1st: The book of Revelation talks about "Mystery Babylon," where the false prophet will come from in the end days. We are told to flee her. She is also called the "Mother of Har lots." I believe, based on the description, that the Catholic Church is Mystery Babylon, and the denominations are her daughters. Flee the "churches."

    2nd: To be a "Christian" means to be "Christ-like." I mess up and sin everyday, despite knowing better. Not very "Christ-like." Also, if I'm "Christ-like" and sin everyday, then by default that makes Christ like me. That is just arrogant, blasphemous, and puts all of us in a lot of trouble if you know what I mean.

    Lastly: I know a lot of people are about to get really mad over this one, but what this world calls "Christianity" is false. When you think "Christianity" regardless of denomination, most people think: Christmas (birthday), Easter (death), 1st day Sabbath, Christ died on the 6th day and was resurrected on the 1st day, Christ came to bring peace to the planet, Christ had long hair, the "Laws of Moses" are done away with and now we only need love, the "Laws" were a curse, etc. None of these items are true, and the book tells you this. I want no part in this abomination.

    If the above offended you, or you doubt any of it, then please look into it. Research the pagan origins of "Christmas." It has nothing to do with Christ. Search: Yule, Roman Saturnalia, Druidic Winter Solstice, the birthday of every pagan SUN god ever know, among others. Jeremiah 10:2-5 talks about a "Christmas" tree, and was told not to do it. Deuteronomy 12:29-31 talks about not adopting pagan religious customs. Christ was born on the 1st day of the Feast of Tabernacles, not "Christmas."

    Christ died on Passover, not pagan Easter. Research it. The 3 symbols of this pagan day are: Easter eggs, chocolate bunnies, and peeps (baby ducks). What does this have to do with Christ being crucified? Nothing! But it does have to do with a certain pagan fertility goddess whose signs were: eggs (woman - fertility, you can do the math), rabbits (fertility - rabbits.. breeding...), and baby ducks (new life). If you are celebrating her special day, these symbols make a lot of sense. Even the name is named after her with a very slight twist.

    The 1st day Sabbath is a Catholic invention. It's not in the Scriptures. The Scriptures says to keep the 7th day Sabbath. Which is from sunset the night before to sunset the day of on our calendars. This is not the Jews Sabbath, it's His.

    The "churches" teach he died on the 6th evening and was resurrected the morning of the 1st day. Christ said he would be in the belly of the earth for 3 days and 3 nights. So mathematically what they teach is impossible. He did die in the evening, in a Biblical day - or around 3 p.m. He was resurrected on the 1st day - the night of (so the night prior on our calendar).
    Which means he died on the 4th day of the week just prior to sunset, and was resurrected just after sunset on the 1st day. 3 days and 3 nights ( 5th n/d, 6th n/d, 7th n/d).

    I already talked about the "Laws of Moses" in a previous post. Christ didn't come to bring peace on earth. Matthew 10:34-36 says in his own words that he didn't come to do that. The exact opposite in fact. The Antichrist comes claiming to be Christ and does that though... Nor did Christ have long hair. 1 Corinthians 11:14-15 says that if a man has long hair it's a shameful thing. So why would Christ do it? He didn't.

    There are so many other false teaching that the "churches" teach, regardless of denomination. I'm not trying to be mean or arrogant, or rude. They are teaching lies. They have taken everything the Scriptures says, and basically turned it upside down. It's wrong, and they are leading untold numbers into the Lake of Fire, and the people have no clue. The Scriptures says that many false prophets will go out among the people and deceive many. Read the book.
  • Paul on Leviticus 11
    Let us not forget that Chapter 11 of Leviticus as well as Deuteronomy 14 are the food laws that we are to keep forever and they are not just ceremonial laws as Doug suggests. Yahweh is the same today and forever, He changes not; see Malachi 3:6, nor does Yahshua change either, see Hebrews 13:8 and 9. Sin is the transgression of the law period; see I John 3:4. Take note of I Timothy 4:3 "to be received with thanksgiving of them which believe and know the truth. His Word is the Truth, so let's obey Him and not eat any abominable thing such as pork, etc. See Deuteronomy 14:3; Thou shalt not eat any abominable thing. And finally see John 14:15; If you love me keep my commandments. Enough said!
  • Rose Sirali on Deuteronomy 1
    The Lord God longs to have a very intimate relationship with us. Guiding us by day and by night. Deuteronomy 1 brings this out very clearly. The extraordinary faith exhibited by Moses, Caleb and Joshua is demanded of us too. We are to seek the Lord in every thing and to practice the discipline of waiting upon the Lord for an answer, advice, guidance instead of rushing headlong into activities that are probably not for us. Deuteronomy 1 underscores the significance and importance of obedience to the Lord. At our level, it is obedience to the authorities God has instituted over us and also obedience to the Word of God spoken to us through reading and hearing the Gospel preached by those in spiritual leadership over us.

    Deuteronomy 1 is the sad account of wasted years due to disobedience and unbelief. At the work place, if disobedience takes over, we are likely to toil in the same place for many years until we learn what the Master sent us there to learn. This thread marks/characterizes all spheres/phases of our lives. We spend precious years in the wilderness because of our unbelief and disobedience.

    Deuteronomy 1 seeks to correct this sad pattern in our lives. The Lord wants to bless us. Our role is to obey. This is well illustrated in Psalm 119.

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