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  • Debbie on Luke 19
    I recently returned to reading my Bible again and I appreciate the way you break down the Chapter explaining each Verse. I raised was as a Christian with my Grandmother and I believe in Elohim and that his Son Yashua did for our sins an in these last days I live for him.

    I intend to get baptised as soon as I can regardless of this lockdown.

    May Elohim continue to bless you in Yashua's name.

  • Devon on Luke 19:13
    Aside from Luke 19:13, where does it say to live our lives, bury the dead, and continue on until Christ comes back? Meaning, we should not put life on hold... we still have to work, learn, witness, etc.

    Thank you!
  • Obbie Beal on Luke 19
    41 And when he was come near, he beheld the city, and wept over it,42 saying, If thou hadst known, even thou, at least in this thy day, the Things which belong unto thy PEACE! but now they are hid from thine eyes. 43 For the days shall come upon thee, that thine enemies shall cast a trench about thee, and compass thee round, and keep thee in on every side, 44 And shall lay thee even with the ground, and thy children within thee; and they shall not leave in thee one stone upon another; because thou knewest not the TIME of thy visitation.

    Note: 41 JESUS wept over the city/the people. 42 There was Things the people of the city should have known which was directly connected to their PEACE, never-the-less 43 because the people failed to know those Things, the hour would arrive when the city /people would be completely surrounded by their enemies 44 and completely destroyed because the people /city failed to know the TIME of Visitation..... fast forward 2 thousands years and a repeat of 41-44 above is at the door of a city /people again. This repeat is liken unto 8-months, 3-weeks, 6-days, ready or not it shall come forth............... Thank GOD for SALVATION through John 3:16-21, other Bible verses also.
  • Tim Legarie on Luke 19
    The virus is a diversion for the antichrist who comes before the Lord Jesus and the great revival to save many souls.God bless everyone keep the faith put on the armour of God the battle is closer than ever before.
  • Deb on Luke 19
    If you don t give ten five ones it shall be taken away. If you give and put from thou bank you shall get ten pounds. Loose the colt and bring him to Jesus. Anyone wants to know let him know it s for Jesus. He is calm and gentle. He shall protect and prosper. Be well in Jesus name. God will always be here for you. God loves you and wants to be here for you. Pray in Jesus mighty name
  • Stan jett on Luke 19
    30 Saying, Go ye into the village over against you in the which at your entering ye shall find a colt tied, whereon yet never man sat: loose him, and bring him hither. And when he sit on the colt which was never sit on, The colt didn't buck, jump or nothing, he was very calm. I tried riding a horse once, bare back. He left me between the heaven and the earth and I landed on my butt.
  • Bob on Luke 19
    Verse 23 says why did you not put my money in the 'bank'. Did they have ATMs too?
  • Adam - in Reply on Luke 19
    Banks have probably been around a very long time, because people had coins as currency then and needed a place to securely store it so it wasn't robbed.
  • Charley on Luke 19
    those who live GODLY in christ jesus shall suffer persecution 2nd tim 3-12
    the modern day prosperity pimps will never talk about because they are
    greedy dogs fitted for destruction there god is there belly there glory
    is there shame.
  • Lilian on Luke 19
    For the Son of man is come to seek and save to which was lost amen
  • I Am that Michael Isaac Dale on Luke 19
    Death is swallowed up in victory.
  • Sharon Dutchak on Luke 19
    Maryanne. This is a parable which is a earthly story with a heavenly meaning. Jesus is saying everyone is given one life. What are we doing with it? Are we keeping it to ourselves - in which case we gain nothing- or are we living for God and gaining spiritual rewards. It has nothing to do with men killing men
  • Obbie Beal on Luke 19
    43 For the days SHALL come upon thee, that thine enemies shall 'Cast a Trench' about thee, and 'Compass Thee round', and 'Keep Thee IN' 'on Every Side'; and SHALL 'Lay Thee even with the ground, and thy children within thee; and they shall not leave in thee one stone upon another; because thou knewest not the time of thy visitation. (Wow! Wow! Wow!)
  • Joe on Luke 19
    Steve, in your latest quote, I think you have the wrong book - Should be John, not Luke. Does not take anything away from the meaning.
  • Bruce on Luke 19
    True Believers will Suffer: We Must Through Much Tribulation Enter into The Kingdom of God(Acts 14:22) It's Been Going on for 2000 Yrs/ 50 Countries on The Other side of the Planet, Arrest,Torture,Kill Believers Daily. In The US not so much as long as We Just go to Church, go home watch TV "Our Real GOD". Now it's our Phone or Anything that Draws You Away/ Preach The Gospel = Persecution.
  • Maryann on Luke 19
    I do not understand, and a friend says this as cruel as Islam beheading those that won't covert. He is saying it is as evil. Please help me with this. Thank you.
  • BSP on Luke 19
    Verse 8~Zacchaeus showed that he was truly repentant by trying his back to right the wrong he had committed. True repentance involves us not only changing our thinking but also trying to correct any wrongs if we can.
  • Eutychus on Luke 19
    "he saith unto him, Out of thine own mouth will I judge thee." Jesus defines that precept in Matthew."But I say unto you that every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment. For by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words, thou shalt be condemned." Matthew 12:36-37. James defines the 'tongue' problem in James 3:1-12. Be careful how you speak.
  • Lindy on Luke 19
    I agree with Servant of God's thoughts. We must not be deceived by religious and political leaders whose principles go contrary to biblical principles. Too many people today turn a blind eye to ungodly actions of our leaders. Matthew 7:20 states, by their fruits ye shall know them. And Proverbs 16:18 declares that pride goeth before destruction and a haughty spirit before a fall. Take heed.
  • Servant of God on Luke 19
    Zac. was the chief politician of his day. But he was just, by his own confession and was worthy that Jesus should come into his house. Fast forward and what is the message of the chief politian? Shameful! Yet does the church support him. Jesus would not, I assure you for he knew the heart of man by his words and deeds.this is important as our nation is in jeopardy for the abundance of lies today
  • Geraldine cole on Luke 19
    Thank U G.Goodman for your truthful comment u are so right God sent his Son Jesus to die for us but we must want to be saved u see Jesus cannot make us be saved because he gave us free will from the beginning before we were born Jesus knew those that would come when he call them to himself.u see no one can come to Jesus unless he draw them then he have to open your spiritual ears.
  • Lilian on Luke 19
  • Zeingoff on Luke 19
    Who knows parables? He spoke thus that only the elect understand. The nobleman is Jesus, Moses, the Prophets, ect whom God has sent. The nobleman has received his kingdom and returns to impart. The ten servants are the tribes of Israel who migrated to the four corners. Those who hate the nobleman are slayed and denied eternity. There are profitable servants and unprofitable . his reward is..
  • A disciple on Luke 19
    "And when Jesus came to the place, he looked up, and saw him, and said unto him, Zacchaeus, make haste, and come down; for to day I must abide at thy house." The Lord Jesus knows who His friends are no matter what others think of us, and speak evil behind His back. What is it our business to judge another man's servant? We all must come to Jesus to be saved, and will each of us be judged by Jesus.
  • Mikayla on Luke 19
    So AMAZING. Wonderful story
  • Germaine Goodman on Luke 19
    We have a Great Father in Heaven... He loves all of humanity and want us to be saved from our sins and to ask His SON Jesus Christ to forgive us and to come in our hearts and saved us.. We serve an Awesome God.. It is a shame that we are so ignorant when it comes TO THE THINGS OF GOD....I MEAN THE REAL GOD....Germaine
  • Michael C. on Luke 19
    The "Glad Tidings Age" is probably referring to the period from the Lord's first coming in the flesh, in which He gave up Himself for us on the cross, and then rose from the dead; to the end of the age at His second coming in power and great glory. We are commissioned by Him to be His witnesses and ambassadors of the Good News of our salvation; we are not to be entangled in the things of this life
  • Casey on Luke 19
    Answering the reference to the comment titled "DENNIS FOR VERSE 11".
    By which gospel are you talking about when you say 'Gospel age' ? We are in the age of grace. Something to chew on: Galatians 1:8 But though we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel...let him be accursed. Revelation 14:6 And I saw another angel flying in the midst of heaven, having the everlasting gospel..."
  • Lilian on Luke 19
    Jesus himself is the word of God. He who loves him should keep his commandments. Our faith comes only by hearing the word of God without his words it's impossible to please him. Church is a groom of the bride which is in heaven. If Jesus found us in the church praising, thanking him we will surely receive his blessing. Church is the house of prayer. On Jesus is the great Jehova Jireh the provider amen
  • Dennis on Luke 19:11
    The biblical reference to a thousand years in Revelation 20 is NOT teaching a literal thousand year period that is to take place here on this earth. The whole book of Revelation is referring to the day in which we all live, the entire Gospel Age, however long that may be. What John wrote about, using symbolical language to describe the things which Christ shows him, is what is transpiring all around us. This understanding of the book is called Amillennialism, or a Realized Millennium. Not two comings, nor two judgments, nor a 1,000 yr reign followed by eternity. Rather Christ comes and raises the dead at the "last day." The righteous go into eternal life. The wicked are cast into outer darkness, where there is weeping and gnashing of teeth.

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