John Chapter 2 Discussion

  • David on John 2
    Where in the Scriptures does it show the Holy Trinity as high church Creeds speak of?
  • Pamela Mcclain on John 2
    I want to comment on this narrator.

    Excellent style of reading & variations in voice making the Bible seen to come alive! Almost as if you were there when U close your eyes. !!!
  • David on John 2
    Marriage after one's wife or husband has died. Is it permitted to marry again
  • Ty - in Reply on John 2

    Amen! When I graduated high school I received a KJV study bible as a gift. This sat on a shelf in its original box for over 20 years. It now is full of highlights and notes. It has travelled with me. It has become my "most valuable posession" and I praise God for this gift he layed upon someone's heart to provide to me.

    God Bless You and may His word lay upon your heart even more than it has mine!
  • Ayomide on John 2
    The Kjv is good
  • Ronald Whittemore - in Reply on John 2
    Hey Keith,

    We must not look for one country, when the beast ascends from the bottomless pit and Satan gives his power, seat, and authority to him Revelation 13, this world will change. The ten horns of the beast are ten kings/leaders, they give their strength and power to the beast. We do not know what nations and armies they will control, but we do know it will be the nations of the world.

    The battle of Armageddon will start just before the return of Jesus, Revelation 19:11. The ten kings/leaders, along with the beast and false prophet will make war with Jesus, Revelation 17:14 we know what happens Revelation 19:19-21.

    God bless,

  • Finding current places by using ancient msps - in Reply on John 2
    Sometimes it helps to look at the ancient maps in the back of your Bible, to spot the locations with their ancient names.

    Then just use the Search Box to search those names.
  • Adam - in Reply on John 2
    Ezekiel 38-39

    Some think Gog and Magog may mean Russia.

    Ezekiel 38:15

    They come from the north of Israel and want to attack Israel.
  • Keith Spalding on John 2
    Where will I find any reference to

    Armageddon in Russia & Ukraine
  • Connie - in Reply on John 2
    I would prefer you to read the whole book of Luke. The book of Luke talks about Jesus' life. Then, you can read the book of Revelation. It is really important to read that book.You may not have to read all of it as it is pretty confusing, but at least read the Revelations from God.
  • Adam - in Reply on John 2
    Welcome to the family! John is a great book start with, because it talks about the life of Jesus. I like Philippians. It's a short book with a lot of meat. There are other short books before and after it that are all good with lots of wisdom to be gleaned.
  • Gigi - in Reply on John 2
    Hi Raymond

    So glad you have come to our Savior, Jesus Christ!

    My suggestion is to get to know Jedus in each of the gospels first. Learn about His life, death, and resurrection. Learn about what He said and how He prayed to His Father.

    God bless you today
  • GiGi - in Reply on John 2
    Hi Jesse


    The Last Supper Discourse is full of amazing truths that really bless me every time I read through it. I am so glad that we have this lengthy record of what Jesus said to the disciples and prayed to His Father. Just beautiful!
  • Jesse - in Reply on John 2

    My favorite Chapter in the New Testament is John Chapter 15. Jesus speaks about the vine and the branches, and that apart from Him, we can do nothing. In my opinion, it is a tremendous chapter and puts my walk with the Lord into proper perspective!
  • Raymond Catinella on John 2
    I am a new believer and I am asking for any reading suggestions thanks.
  • English Sacha - in Reply on John 2:19
    Keep reading Eric , all will become clear to you .
  • Eric Lopez on John 2:19
    Last 2 verses are great. Relates to thou shall not tempt God as when Jesus told Satan dont you think?
  • Pat jones on John 2:19
    I Lost

    today's bible verse and inspiration and prayer on my phone
  • Church Book Tables or Lending Libraries - in Reply on John 2
    If you ask any Pastor, only about 20% of the congregation are tithing. It's hard for me to find Christian bookstores where I live, so I don't mind perusing through books and pamphlets on my way to the parking lot. I may buy some that are good handouts for impromptu evangelistic opportunities that come up.

    If we're praying to the Lord of the Harvest, to send workers into the harvest; sometimes that's us :D One of my attention grabbers is "Whatcha Got?" I know, it's lame but my face is funny.
  • Carol Mardis on John 2
    Where it says v.14 that Christ drove out the buyers and sellers from the temple , my understanding is that there should be no buying or selling within the church . Not even religious items , is this correct ?
  • Anthony on John 2

    I have a question about bible versions? why do we have many bible versions and in most cases some verses are omitted in other versions? Which exactly is the original and most accurate version of the bible?
  • His Grace is Free hintCross on John 2
    1 Corinthians 15:1-4

    "[1] Moreover, brethren, I declare unto you the gospel which I preached unto you, which also ye have received, and wherein ye stand; [2] By which also ye are saved, if ye keep in memory what I preached unto you, unless ye have believed in vain. [3] For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; [4] And that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures:"

    Not works of ours are involved, Be sure to always look a scripture carefully and having the Holy Spirit help you

    Ephesians 2:8-10

    "[8] For by grace are ye saved through faith; and that not of yourselves: it is the gift of God: [9] Not of works, lest any man should boast. [10] For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus unto good works, which God hath before ordained that we should walk in them."
  • Richard in Christ - in Reply on John 2
    Hi Bob,

    Obviously you took my post incorrectly. I'll try using Scriptures again.

    I never said Christ and the Father was not a relationship. You brought this up. I never said Christ is the Father or the Father is Christ as it seems you took it. I know it's a Father Son relationship. Again John 10:30, John 14:11, John 17:21. Revelation 3:21. For a couple.

    Some say the Father being in Christ means He left Heaven. God spoke from Heaven several times proving that false. Matthew 3:17, Matthew 17:5, John 12:28.

    Here are a couple stating the Spirit of Truth or Holy Ghost as He/Him: John 14:17, John 14:26. Putting the three in ONE as in 1 John 5:7.

    As I've been trying to answer your questions though you seemed to have veered from mine. No one knows the depths and ways of God. He can do anything He wants. Isaiah 40:28, Isaiah 55:8-9. Just like giving all His power and authority to His Son so we honor Him just as we honor the Father. Matthew 28:18, John 5:22-23. Not knowing your beliefs on this but no one can say Christ did not exist before He was born here. Christ Himself stated this and there are other Scriptures that back this up also. John 17:4-5. All I do is use the Scriptures. I have no private interpretation as that is not what the Scriptures are for. 2 Peter 1:20.

    Nothing is falling apart for me. I've given you many Scriptural verses as I have not seen one from you. Also I really don't even know your motive for making the first post the other night. The reason I made the reply is because you said something about a "man made trinity doctrine". Which I showed you is not man made it's Biblical.

    Still not getting into how many titles the Father and Son share. Not knowing if it would make any difference to you.

    I'm not here to argue and don't take my post that way please. You may have your own view.

    Again as I hope I've answered your questions. I'll just leave the one again.

    Do you believe the Scriptures I've posted?

    Thank you. God Bless.
  • Brother Dan - in Reply on John 2
    It is a spiritual relationship.

    1 Corinthians 2:14

    "But the natural man receiveth not the things of the Spirit of God: for they are foolishness unto him: neither can he know them, because they are spiritually discerned."

    John 4:24

    "God is a Spirit: and they that worship him must worship him in spirit and in truth."

    God Bless
  • Bob - in Reply on John 2
    I and my father are one , that's a relationship.

    Do you know what a relationship is ?

    Husband and wife are one .

    So it's starts falling apart for you right at the start .

    Can you prove that the father and son are not a relationship?
  • Richard in Christ - in Reply on John 2
    John 10:30 I and my Father are ONE.

    Matthew 28:19 Go ye therefore, and teach all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost:

    1 John 5:7 For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are ONE.

    Do you believe these Scriptures? As I could put more titles that both Jesus Christ and LORD(from the OT) share if you'd like.

    There is no trinity "doctrine". That is what is in the Holy Bible. Trinity is just a word of tri/three + unity= trinity. Jesus Christ is ONE with God the Father and so is the Holy Ghost.

    And in those days, the Chosen One will sit on his Throne, and all the Secrets of Wisdom will flow out from the council of His mouth, for the Lord of Spirits has appointed Him and glorified Him.

    So as you are a man are you trying to explain God yourself? All we do is read the Scriptures.
  • Bob on John 2
    God existed before the world and is the father of all .

    Any one doubt that ?

    Jesus being born of God ( as well as a women ) anyone doubt that ?

    Jesus being of God ( the son of God ) automatically makes him before the world existed because God is .

    It's a no brainer unless you think Jesus is just a man like a prophet .

    Peter said Jesus was the son of the living God and the Christ for told in scriptures.

    All this trinity doctrine is just mans attempt to explain God .

    And it's still just mans doctrine not found in the Bible but formed hundreds of years later .
  • Like straight answers on John 2
    Jesus and Moses agree there is One GOD .

    So may I ask who is your 1 God . Thanks for your honest answer , no multiples please .
  • Richard in Christ - in Reply on John 2
    Hi brother Earl,

    To your three questions.

    1) Yes. We who are in Christ have been Blessed with the Holy Spirit. After we have been purged from the things of this world through repentance and being taught by the Holy Spirit and the Word of God. We are counted worthy to judge as we are Spiritual and not carnal anymore. Though no man can judge us. 1 Corinthians 2:14-16.

    I will add this. In the next verse 1 Corinthians 6:3 where it states "we shall judge angels". It does not say this in the Greek. Going over the Textus Receptus that verse actually comes out to "Know not that angels judge truly things that pertain to this life".

    2) Yes. Though we who are in Christ are worthy to judge the things in this world when we become Holy. I do not believe this is the same as the Judgement each of us receive after our physical life ends and we are to stand before God or Christ. Only God can Judge each and every single person because He knows everything about everyone. Knowing what is truly in every single persons heart. As I stated in a previous post I can never say anyone is going to be saved or not. As brother Chris stated "salvation is of the Lord". Then as the verse right after the one you posted states how the righteous shall scarcely be saved. 1 Peter 4:18. Not that all shall be saved.

    3) So as I believe God is the only true Judge. As Christ is also on His throne. God's Judgement is of righteousness. Having many synonyms. As our Saviour is Jesus Christ being the only way to the Father. In that we have all fallen short of the Glory of God in our lives. Why God had to send us His Son to be the Perfect sacrifice to pay for our sins once and for all. Not meaning it's ok to sin now. We have a perfect example to follow and that is our Lord. Who lived a perfect life and we should try our best to follow in His footsteps.

    As we can plainly see in the world today not all are with God. Also the world is a lot worse than people can see in plain sight.
  • Earl Bowman - in Reply on John 2
    Brother Richard, May CHRIST IN US grace us with HIS wisdom and HIS understanding.

    Do you believe the saints are going to judge the world?

    1 Corinthians 6:2

    Do you believe that judgement is upon the house of God now; and we are that house?

    1 Peter 4:17

    If you believe the saints are going to judge the world; what is the judgement of:

    Psalms 149:9

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