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  • Nkosinathi Ngulube for verse 16
    Her faith, which led her to the Lord, rendered her a daughter of Abraham
  • Nkosinathi Ngulube for verse 11
    It is a pity we 've come to regard demon possession as sicknesses that require physicians.Have we come far apart from the faith that turns impossibility to all possible manner?As much as sickness is bad, physicians are good to cure but only God heals.Let us therefore be completely loosened by our faith in His power.
  • Nkosinathi Ngulube for verse 8
    'Tis good to intercede for others before we pass immediate judgement. Intercession is a substance of both patience, faith and true love.
  • Larry Reagan
    verses 1 9 is talking about getting right with God being fruitful and staying right with God,because if we are not fruitful we will be cast into the fire with the ungodly and the sinners.
  • Cynthia for verse 13
    meaning deliverance is coming through obedience.
  • Samuel Chipanila
    Comment about verse 25. This verse encourages us to be seriously with God. God has given us all the time to repent our sins because when the time comes, he will shut the door and will not let us in.
  • Hi_lord for verse 13
    this is proof that god made god man lady for man & man for wife .Straight could mean her discipline but it's most likely meaning her being obedient under gods will /divine word.
  • Mgbeadichie Chinedu for verse 24
    Strive connotes 'struggle'. You must do all you can or struggle by God's grace to ensure that no form of sin remains with you. But those that take it for pleasure-serving God with sin and still have the mind of entering heaven at the end will be disappointed.
  • Robert
    A chapter on repentance.
  • Timothy
    There are some wonderful revelations again in this chapter.But, the verse i am commenting on is verse 16.Jesus said, the devil bound the woman with an infirmity for 18 years.I wonder why the devil would just specialise in wickedness.Why did the devil did this to this woman?.Was this woman aware that satan was the one behind the scene?The audience that were complaining, were they aware of the source of this woman problem.Christians need to learn how to pilot their challenges with prayers. Satan stages battles against any one in order to put all under a perpectual dominion.
  • Farzana for verse 8
    Lord gives us a chance every day to do good
    because He wants to save us
    He loves us more than any thing else in the world
  • Sigmund Ivarsson for verse 24
    Those who try to enter some other way are those who try to come in on account of their own righteousness. It is a terrible trap. The more we obey the law the more we are proud of ourselves. It is human nature. We keep away from temptation and then we think we deserve our place but actually when we find out that all are allowed in we get offended by God's mercy. What happens is that we are offended by God. It is a matter of fact we think how can he let "them" in.This is not a God we can accept and we walk away just as the gates open and the ones who feel like they do not deserve it accept the invitation and enter rejoicing.
  • Farzana for verse 30
    jesus always gives us right place
    he never let us down n never let to fall down.
  • Sigmund Ivarsson for verse 24
    If the gate is so narrow of course many cannot enter at the same time. Not only that but it is also very low so that you must bow down very low to enter. Watch you heads sort of warning. If your head is up high full of pride you will get knocked out but if you bow you also cannot hide any weapons. These things that the Camel cannot bring in nor a person are worldly goods and the traditions of men. You say but these are our tradition and God says drop them. You say they are sacred, God says they are unclean. All of them to the trash heap to be burned. You say I am burning your honor and I say how perceptive of you. Do you still want to come in?
  • Brian Jama
    On verse 7. I feel afraid on this many years God visited and found no fruits. Jesus pleading for us saying give another year, which is the final year. Jesus is coming soon.
  • Ndahayo
    Luke 13.1 this is a prophetic verse or it was just some illustration?
  • Bernice for verse 34
    I don't quite understand this verse.
  • Tim Hyslop for verse 12
    "There is a balm in Gilead to make the wounded whole,there is a balm in Gilead to heal the sin sick soul" Remember that Jesus is always there working for our healing.Embrace the healing that you experience every day, and know that there will come a time that Jesus says to you, "though art loosed from thine infirmity."
  • Rob Queripel for verse 16
    It seems to me that the Pharisees of that time had "painted themselves into a corner". Their non-biblical laws regarding "untie-ing" and "leading" are not supported in Exodus. In fact surely the watering of the "ox and ***" (Luke 13) is allowed for in Exodus 23:12 where under sabbath law the "ox and ***" are allowed rest. Silly hypocrites!
  • Joseph Ogbewe
    It inspired me so much, i love reading it over and over again, b'cause he draw me closer to god, especially vs 1 to 5
  • James
    Answer to Art Hays, God has always been the same yesterday today and tomorrow. Man, not God changed the word. Satan is so happy that some will accept his work of art in the new so called bible books that they think, (Oh its so easy to understand)
    In Revelation 22: 18:19 of the KJV bible will tell you all you need to know about changing its grammar. May God bless you.
  • Mas
    @Art Hays,
    Please always bear in mind that King James Version 1611 is 17th century English.
    So much of its grammar has changed, and cannot be used today and still be correct.
    God bless you.
  • Art Hays for verse 9
    Can the condition of the "if" (1st, 2nd, 3rd class condition) be determined in a sentence?
  • Jay
    @Myia Sanders,
    On verse 24:
    1. I am a little concerned about the way you stated your comment on verse 24;
    2. It is a wakeup call, but we do not get to heaven by finishing our work here on earth;
    3. Before the cross that's how it was done and after the rapture of the church that's the way it will be. But now in this age of grace, and we simply trust Jesus Christ as our saviour (Ephesians 2:8,9);
    4. At present time, we do good works because we are saved (Ephesians 2:10), we do not do good works to get saved (Titus 3:4,5 and Romans 10).
  • This verse reminds me of (Men ought always to pray and not to faint--Submit to God and give no place to the devil--abide in Me--and God is the rewarder of them that diligently seek Him). Hallelujah the Way is plain and simple!
  • Timothy Wayne George
    This chapter teaches us about repentance, and how that all must repent in order to be saved. We must enter into the strait gate. Jesus is the gate, and we must accept him, and turn from our sins. Praise God for his healing of the woman that had been sick for eighteen years on the sabbath, because he is Lord of Lords, and King of Kings. Jesus predicts his death, burial, and resurrection. Warns the religious leaders that they would see Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob enter the kingdom while they will be left out. They will not be saved until they say blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord. Thank the Lord he is my Lord, and Savior today will you accept him too?
  • Myia Sanders for verse 24
    It is a wake up call to those who want to make it to Heaven. You must finish your work and your not done until you hear God say well done my good and faithful servant. Read Romans 8:9
  • Stephen M Njiro for verse 1
    Death, or the manner of death, whether through teh cruelty of others, through an accident or through any other means, is not important as such. What is important is that by the time it is our turn to walk that road, that we should have made our peace with God. He holds the key to the life to come and He alone can guarantee our personal safety and security in this life as well as in eternity.
  • Paul Olotewo
    I realy learn something new from this chapter. Mostly from verse 32 to the end.

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