Bible Discussion Thread

  • Mark guastaferro on Deuteronomy 6 - 2 years ago
    Does Fear mean to trust God and not to be afraid of Him?
  • RACISM BEING LEGISLATED IN OUR SCHOOLS - In Reply on Deuteronomy 6 - 2 years ago
    Fear, means Reverence the Lord. Honor Him, obey His Word.

    Just like I just said on Tucker Carlsons YouTube channel; God is not Racist.

    He gave Adam DOMINION over everything except other mankind. Period. (Nimrod is the origin of racism. He was married to a witch)

    No matter our upbringing and educators that we've had, we must teach our children the truth. To hate anybody of color brings on a curse.

    Obey Gods known Law, and there will be peace.

    Our kids deserve to be taught THE TRUTH.

    This isn't taught in Church because we're scared to death of being accused to be racist. This Truth would be upheld at the Supreme Court. Why has no one prepared this to go through the Highest Court of our Land?

    Already they tell us how many people can enter church for Services. Tell us we cannot sing Christian songs because the virus might be spread. It's next to impossible to get approval and tax exempt status to start a church.

    Let's start speaking up about this stuff!

    This Christmas I say we boycott all Christmas Light Wars. Stupid lights are an abomination. We are scared to death of being ridiculed for being a Christian. It's Jesus we celebrate. Put on Christmas plays in the neighborhood park. Full on display, everyone come.

    DOMINION means the nativity child could be any race or religion. It's what is in our hearts that matter. Yield to the Lord and let Him soften up our stony hearts. We are told Do Not Judge each other in, meat, drink, or traditions.

    Ps. You can make a manger with a California king flat sheet. Staked properly. :D
  • Rick - In Reply on Deuteronomy 6 - 2 years ago
    Racism Being Legislated In Our Schools One of the problems with what your commenting on and I'm not saying I disagree I've met so many so Called Christians in my life that pre judge I've lost count. I've also talked to so called Christians that talk washington should change but when you start wanting to take action then they start saying about well I'm affiliated with this political party or that political party.

    Believing Gods word does not have political affiliation and yet I was in numerous churches who stated if you don't vote for so and so your not believing God. MY bible says to pray for the people in office, not to dictate who should be in the office, that's a matter of judging individual character or leader. I have personally known two Christians who were voted in office in Pa. and resigned in 30 days because they couldn't stand the hypocrisy practiced by other representatives behind closed doors. These were so called Christians.

    I don't think what you are asking for will ever occur because unfortunately even in the body of Christ there are too many politics. We are called to save people who choose to believe the political arena will never be changed. The political systems are not run by our God. Abe lincoln read a lot of the bible His Wife had seances in the white house, Ronald Reagan was considered a christian and so was Nancy she held seances in the white house. Just food for thought. In His Service
  • GRACE_ambassador {ChrisE} - In Reply on Deuteronomy 6 - 2 years ago
    Amen, Precious brother Rick. Totally concur! I gave up, half a century ago, of "voting for the LESSER of Two evils." I do pray for them daily. Praise God IF soon DEPARTURE from this Very sin-SICK planet, as SOON as we preach The Gospel Of AMAZING GRACE to "the LAST member of The Body Of CHRIST"!! Amen?
  • Mishael - In Reply on Deuteronomy 6 - 2 years ago
    Your view is right. I tried that's all. People in this country get what they vote for.

    I don't judge anyone. The Bema Seat Judgment officiated by Christ Jesus comes to all Christians, even me.

    Our sins are forgiven. But we must attend Matthew 25, alone, without a political party. Our fleshly works will be burned by fire: wood, hay, stubble.

    Things we did in Jesus's Name; gold, silver, precious stones, will survive.
  • Rick - In Reply on Deuteronomy 6 - 2 years ago
    Hi Mark The word fear in Deuteronomy is the word for reverence and to have reverence or respect is to do what God taught or instructed you. In Deuteronomy 6:1-17 Israel is being told remember daily to do Gods commandments and teach Gods commandments and don't forget Gods commandments teach the next generation. To give all respect and reverence to God, and reminders of all the benefits of doing His word. In His Service

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