Bible Discussion Thread

  • Larry Hudson on Ecclesiasticus 15
    The Bible is for a people not everybody. The Bible is for the Israelites' not for the other nations of the earth. If you are not an israelite
  • T. Levis - in Reply
    Larry Hudson, Perhaps you are very aware of the scripture & The HOLY Spirit has revealed to you an amazing & important message. Isaiah 53, Psalms 22, Romans 11:7-36, Romans 1:16, Matthew 10:5-6, Matthew 15:24, John 8:1-58,

    John 16:1-4, John 17:1-26, John 18:12-15,

    Forgive our zeal for GOD's love for us. As adopted in, grafted in children. John 3:16,
  • GiGi - in Reply on Ecclesiasticus 15
    Hi, could you please explain your idea further?

    The Bible is the history of God at work in the world and humanity. He makes Himself known throughout history to people of all nation, tribe and tongue. The Bible is is word for every person, since He is their creator. The True God is not just the God of the Israelites. There is no other God for mankind to call upon for salvation. He is alone as God. There is no other.

    I hope to hear more of your ideas.
  • Dr.Hudson - in Reply on Ecclesiasticus 15
    If you do not identify with the purchase of Deuteronomy 28 verse Bible is not talking about you as a nation. The curses identify the children of Israel. Go to Deuteronomy 28:68 And tell me who is identified in Deuteronomy 28.
  • Dr. Hudson - in Reply on Ecclesiasticus 15
    You don't know the truth. The Bible is our book our inheritance. You need the whole Bible Old, new, revelation and the Apocrypha. You will learn the Most High is the God of Judah and Israel the Israelite only all other nations gods are idols. The end game is Joel 3:1-
  • Dr. Derek - in Reply on Ecclesiasticus 15
    Hi, it sounds like you're claiming others don't know the truth whom you don't know. Have you considered that maybe you're speaking about yourself. Some cults like to twisting scripture in order to feel special about being in an exclusive club they assume they're in and I hope this is not from that teaching. Israelites fled Egypt as this verse proves: Exodus 13:3.
  • Dr. Hudson - in Reply on Ecclesiasticus 15
    You are obviously not aware of the Scriptures. The Bible is to the Israelites only. Go back and read the Bible before you confront me about what I know oh what do you know. That mean starting at Genesis through revelations and the apocrypha books that was taken out before king James 1611.
  • Dr. Derek - in Reply on Ecclesiasticus 15
    Dear Sir or Madam,

    Thank you for the insult "You are obviously not aware of the Scriptures." Do you mean scriptures like Matthew 5:11 and 1 Peter 4:14?

    Let's address your claim: "The Bible is to the Israelites only."

    Is that true? Since there is a lack of evidence for this how can we be certain if your statement is true or not?

    Maybe you believe that because Jesus focused his ministry on Israel as said in Matt 15:24. But that doesn't automatically mean his teachings weren't for others, does it?

    1 John 2:2 - this says Jesus died for the sins of the 'whole world', not just Israelites. Doesn't that contradict what you said?

    John 10:16 - Jesus was ministering to one fold (flock) and said He had others. Could this mean He was talking about people in other countries besides Israel?

    Romans 3:29 - this clearly says God is the God of not just Jews but Gentiles too. Doesn't that contradict what you said?

    Isaiah 42:6 - same thing. This means He will be a light to other nations. This means the ministry DID include other people besides Israelites.

    Acts 2:21 - Everyone who calls upon the Lord shall be saved. If what you said was true it would say [Only Israelites] who call upon... But it clearly says "everyone."

    Have you read the above scriptures and what do they mean to you?

    Do you believe all moral law is Israel-only like murder, adultery, theft, idols? So, do you think God is ok with non-Israel people committing those sins?

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