John Chapter 20 Discussion Page 3



 
  • Richard castillo - in Reply on John 20
    Yes a liquid fast is good, going without solid food
  • ALEX on John 20
    YA GOTTA REALIZE THAT JESSE DAVID AND SOLOMON ARE A TYPE OF THE HEAVENLY KINGDOM THATS Y JESUS SAYS I AM THE ROOT AND THE OFFSPRING OF DAVID TH OFFSPRING OF DAVID WAS SOLOMON ( COMFORTER ) BUT THE H.G IS A GREATER KING THEN SOLOMON THUS THE H.G WILL BUILD A GREATER TEMPLE THEN SOLOMON WITH IN US AS OUR BODIES ARE THE TEMPLE OF THE H.G THATS Y JESUS SAID BEHOLD A GREATER THEN SOLOMON IS HERE GB
  • ALEX on John 20
    2 ND SAMUEL 12 DAVID AND BATHSHEBA WAS COMFORTED AT THE BIRTH OF SOLOMON THATS Y HIS NAME WAS SOLOMON MEANING A COMFORTER AND THAT Y JESUS REFERS TO THE H.G. AS THE COMFORTER HIS SEED IS GONNA RESULT IN A BIRTH OF THE H.G. IN US THATS Y HE SAYS THATS WHICH IS BORN OF THE SPIRIT IS SPIRIT THATS THE H,G OUR NEW BORN A COMFORTER THE KINGDOM THAT HAS TO COME AS LIL CHILD. WE ANSWER TO BATHSHEBA GBU .
  • Bruce on John 20
    Where in The Bible are The Scriptures to Support, 12 Times it was Prophesized that Solomon would Come out of David's Loin, in The Old Testament? The Meaning of Solomon is Not Comforter. It Means Peace, His Name Shall be Solomon, I Will Give Peace and Quietness Unto Israel in His Days( 1Chronicles 22:9)
  • D WL on John 20
    Read Acts chapter 3 Peter
  • Alex on John 20
    In the O.T. 12 times it was prophecied that Solomon which means COMFORTER wd come outta David's loins and Jesus breathe on them and they received the H,G th COMFORTER,HIS BREATH WAS HIS WORD HIS SEED THAT CAME OUT OF HIS LOINS WHICH WAS THE H.G TH COMFORTER JUST AS DAVID'S SEED PROPAGATED SOLOMON COMING OUTA OF HIS LOINS,ITS THE SEED ( WORD OF CHRIST ) THAT IS GONNA PROPAGATE THE H.G IN US,A BIRTH
  • Patrick sullivan on John 20
    Please tell me: Who can remitt sin but God alone?
  • Norm on John 20
    John chapter 20 happened before the day of Pentecost. Pentecost meaning 50th.
    Clouds are an obstruction of vision. The veil was a form of obstruction of vision. All the host of heaven were created at a different time, than Adam and Eve. The host of heaven God brought them into play as needed. Jesus would say to them I knew you from the beginning.
  • Pastor Harold Corle on John 20
    have an sermon here john chapter 20
  • Andrew Wakeling on John 20
    Dear Ray
    humbly suggest you study out so-called rapture teaching. Just one scripture to get u started, in parable of wheat and tares, who goes first, and where to ?
    Andrew
  • Douglas G Wells on John 20
    Plus his feet as well
  • A disciple on John 20
    Anne; thank you for your good words! Without faith it is impossible to please Him! God has ordained that we should be saved by BELIEVING the Word told us by other men. So then, unbelief is disobedience! Jesus reproached the disciples for unbelief and hardness of heart, because they didn't believe those who told them that He was risen from the dead! Faith is about a kind of character toward God.
  • Anne on John 20
    Thomas was not with the disciples when Jesus came among them and spoke to them and showed them his hands and side. Therefore, when he was told by the others that Jesus was risen, needed faith to believe it for himself. Today, we must have faith to believe that Christ is risen indeed. For without faith it is impossible to please God and with the heart man believeth unto righteousness...( Heb. 11:6).
  • A disciple on John 20
    Hi Cheryl; I think the answer you look for is in the verse itself! "I suppose that even the world itself could not contain the books that should be written...but these are written that you might believe" The Holy Spirit moved the holy Apostles and Prophets of the Lord to write everything that they did. The Lord has very much more to say to us when we are able to bear it!
  • Shirley on John 20
    God did. The word of God is inspired by the Holy Ghost.
  • Cheryl on John 20
    Why aren't the other signs that Jesus did as stated in verse 30 are not written in this book , who decide not to include them
  • Ray321 on John 20
    1 Thessalonians 4:17 Then we which are alive and remain shall be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so shall we ever be with the Lord. I thank God that I will not be in the 7 year tribulation or the second coming, Jesus will call me up in the clouds. RAPTURE
  • Latosha Waithaka on John 20
    To Peter okebukola. U stated that beautifully. Thank u Jesus
  • Peter A. Okebukola on John 20
    Thank you Jesus for sacrificing for my sin. Jesus appeared several times to those who were present at the time of his death especially His disciples and Mother. He will appear to us all during His second coming and all eyes shall see Him. Verse 31: "that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." Praise be to His Holy Name.
  • Irene123 on John 20
    Alfred - you, basically, repeated exactly what I said about Mary's not touching Jesus. I guess you read what I said the wrong way ..... ?
  • Bruce on John 20
    A lot of cohesion of Yours,My,Everyone's Sins. No cookout in The Lake of Fire,So enjoy Your marshmallows at the next Barbeque. For All: The Call of The Father:John6:44: A TUG on your Heart, ask Forgiveness:1John1:9 / You will be Washed in His Blood:Revelation1:5 /You will be Baptized with The Holy Ghost: Matthew 3:11 / You will be changed: 2Corinthians 5:17. You will know! Impossible not to know.
  • Quintessential on John 20
    Lot of cohesion of evil killed jesus if you still have any doubt in your heart that he is your only salvation and true resurrect to eternal tranquility ... then I'll toss you some marshmallows for the long dark camp hades...ya dig?
  • Molly on John 20
    I wonder why the Bible doesn't tell us about the many other things done by Jesus during the time between the resurrection and the Ascension? We do know, from the book of James, that Jesus went to preach to the souls in prison -- fulfilling the Scripture "every ear shall hear and every tongue confess"...Perhaps there were others who received direct teaching by Him, as did Saul/Paul.
  • Bruce on John 20
    Alfred: Acts 14:22.--- We must through much tribulation enter into the kingdom of God. --after that tribulation,the sun shall be darkened--- powers that are in heaven shall be shaken. And then shall they see the Son of Man coming in the clouds with great power and glory and then shall he send his angels,---together His elect---. Mark 13:24-27
  • Irene123 on John 20
    Jn. 20:28 - "And Thomas answered Him and said, "My Lord and my God." Matt. 13:13; Thomas was a Jew, Jesus was a Jew - Deut. 6:4 - The LORD thy GOD .... " (shema).
  • Irene123 on John 20
    Jesus didn't 'say' - don't touch me because of injuries; He said, "Touch me not, for I am not yet ascended to my Father." Rev. 22:18-19. We must be VERY careful about ASSUMING things for His word that are not documented in His word.
  • Irene123 on John 20
    V. - it has been mentioned on here (2014) that Thomas actually touched Jesus' wounds. The Bible doesn't say such, only that Jesus 'offered'; Thomas could SEE them; that may have been enough, even though Thomas said, "unless I touch ....."; we need to be more circumspect about what we say about God's word; we need to stop and think on what we read.
  • Jubilee Smith on John 20
    Thomas' 8 days of unbelief. What a waste. These 8 days could have been spent in the praise of the resurrected King. It could have been spent in sharing the gospel. Alas! it was spent in unbelieve.
  • Jean Norris on John 20
    One of the questions mentions which apostle was not with the rest when Jesus first showed himself. The answer was Thomas; however, another name was a correct answer. Paul was not an apostle at that time.
  • Sandy on John 20
    WOW! JUST WOW!


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