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  • Bruce
    when the apostol refer to JESUS as THE WORD it is simbolic JESUS is not the Bible as the FATHER isn't too , because JESUS is before the Bible was writen limiting JESUS to a book is unreasonable is a thought with out meaning because JESUS is GOD , HE is the second person of GOD HEAD.
  • Paul Bivins
    John Chapter One Verse one: What does it mean the words in the (beginning) and what is the Word referring too. or whom is the scripture (Word) speaking of, and does that mean Jesus the Word is the whole bible from the beginning of the scriptures to the end scriptures (talking about Jesus,) (In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God. and the Word was God.
  • Bruce
    JESUS is GOD all thins were made by HIM that is cystal clear Luke 10:21 JESUS rejoiced in spirit, and said, I thank thee, O Father, Lord of heaven and earth, that thou hast hid these things from the wise and prudent, and hast revealed them unto babes: even so, Father MATTHEW 18:3 And said, Verily I say unto you, Except ye be converted, and become as little children, ye shall not enter into the kingdom of heaven.
  • Alberto
    The answer is there indeed. If you don't understand ask YHVH for guidance and check the original words and you will find your answer.Everyone who seeks righteousness will be given answers. There is no trap in not being lazy and checking up on words and phrases that don't seem clear with the rest of Scripture or in your native language.For your beloved King James Bible was translated out of those languages. No Bible is perfect and infallible. The message in them is consistent and true however to those who seek righteousness only. That is why Yeshua loved to speak in parables. Not to confuse but because he knew only righteousness seeking people could understand his parables.
  • W Hytchins for verse 1
    God is not a God of confusion as shown in 1 Cor 14:33, the above comments imply the opposite, I do not have to be a Greek scholar nor consider Hebraic settings. If I choose and trust the only true Word of God, the King James version. It is perfectly clear what God intends me to believe. I may not fully understand it, but I believe it. Don't fall into the trap of listening to so called modern "scholars". The answer is there all the time.
  • Alvin Kelly for verse 39
    That verse is sticking to me for some odd reason. The tenth hour part y would john write that there? What im i missing about the tenth hour! And what else does it relate to? Old or new testament,death or birth? I want to know!
  • Benjamin dumahil for verse 12
    a need a tupic for bible study about john 1:12
  • Bindu
    I understood from this scripture is God our Father in heaven created everything with a word.God sent his son to declare about Father in Heaven.Jesus says Believe and we can c greater things.
  • Alberto for verse 1
    Beloved Jennifer and anybody else who may read this.First of all John was a Jew and so his way of thinking was Hebraic NOT Greek. The word Logos(The Word)has many meanings.Here it basically means "Divine Plan".So the divine plan has always been with YHVH(God of the Bible)and so you can say it is YHVH for it is in him.Yeshua(Jesus)is the expression of the divine plan in the flesh but that does not mean that he is YHVH(God).When it says that the Word became flesh it is saying Yeshua(Jesus)was CREATED.Pre-existence from the Hebraic point of view(John's POV)means that Yeshua pre-existed as a an idea or thought as part of the divine plan(Logos,Word) not that he literally existed as an immortal being like Greek thinking would tell you.Scripture MUST be approached with a Hebraic way of thinking or you will be mislead like many have been.May YHVH bless you and give you Truth.
  • Dan Fine
    John 1 is a great passage. Speaking of Christ as the creator of the world and as the lamb of God takes away the myth that God the Eternal Father and Christ are the same. They are seperate and distinct. That being said it is spoken of in Jeremiah of 2 sticks that would come forth and bare witness of Christ. The stick (book) of Judah (the Jews) and the stick (book) of Joseph. The people of South America have a legend of a great white God that appeared to them as do the Hawaiian islands have a similar legend. The Book of Mormon is another testament of Jesus Christ of a people that came from Jerusalem during Jeremiah's time and testified of Christ. Is the Book of Mormon true. Find out for yourself. Get a copy and read it and ask your Father in Heaven. Their is a promise to the readers of the Book of Mormon found in the last book in it. Moroni 10:3-5. Don't take anyones word for it. Find out for yourself.
  • Jennifer for verse 1
    I am not sure what the above is saying...but, the Word is Jesus. God created the Earth through Jesus. Below is a quote pulled from a review of: Truth in Translation: Accuracy and Bias in English Translations of the New Testament (Paperback)
    "For example: English readers often claim that NW is false in Jonh 1:1. Trinitarians in Greece have never used this specific verse to claim that the New World Translation (NW) is wrong, since all the Orthodox versions read actually the same with the greek version of the NW. And this happens because the wording of this verse is very clear for the Greek reader, and there is no place for debate. I am sorry to say this, but for a Greek it is rediculus to debate on John 1:1."
  • Danny Johnson
    Verse 13 "Born,not of the will of the flesh, nor the will of man, but of God." Who can read these words and deny that as the prophet Jonah said, "Salvation is of the Lord"? This verse and indeed the entire book of John should strike a death blow to Arminianism. God is as sovereign in salvation as He is in everything, bestowing grace on whom He will, and passing others by to die in their sins. Sinner, may God give you grace today to repent and believe on Christ Jesus as your Savior.
  • Anonymous for verse 29
    am thankful for GOD'S word,love reading it here online,think it both a blessing and a privilege to have it,and enjoy the freedom of using it,in JESUS name! it is such a blessing to me! keep it going in JESUS's NAME!
  • Ralph De Jesus for verse 16
    We have been given the opportunity to fulfill our salvation by God in good faith and must use that grace with good grace in a willing manner


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