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  • Charley
    replacement theology is a lie you have been deceived israel
    has not replaced the church read romans 10 you have
    a false assumtion of the last days there is a rapture and a
    tribulation are you prepared no utopia on the earth
    read matthew 24. jesus christ king of kings and lord of lords
    is comming for his bride are you ready.
  • BSP
    Verse 34~Jesus reply shows that things in the new system will not be as in this system. Thinking will have to be adjusted and we will do things differently than the way things are done now.
  • Steve morrow
    LUKE 20:34 and JESUS answering said unto them the children of this world marry and are given in marriage --20:35-- but they which shall be ---ACCOUNTED WORTHY--- to obtain that world and the resurrection from the dead neither marry nor are given in marriage --20:36-- neither can they die anymore for they are equal unto the angels and are the children of GOD being the children of the resurrection
  • Charley
    replacement theology is a lie GOD is not finished with israel the church
    is not israel there will be a rapture or catching away of the born again belivers
    and there will be a 7 year tribulation.jesus can come at any moment are we ready
    marantha come quickly lord jesus repent churchluke 13-3
  • Eutychus
    "And they reasoned with themselves, saying, If we shall say, From heaven; he will say, Why then believed ye him not? But and if we say, Of men; all the people will stone us: for they be persuaded that John was a prophet." If they admitted John was a prophet, they would be validating Jesus' ministry, his Christhood, a thing they were unwilling to do...Jesus had them trapped. And they well knew it.
  • Rama
    This chapter removes all doubt that Jesus is indeed the son of God as shown in the parable here. Also, there is a resurrection for all who have died including our loved ones. Also this chapter as others in the gospel shows Jesus' answers could not come from any ordinary person and could not be made up by anyone. Jesus is indeed the true messiah even the blind world still cannot see the truth.
  • Alex
    Jesus preached replacement theology when he said them that are born of a woman there is not a greater then john,( Israel ). but he that is least in the kingdom is greater then John which is the H.G. THE ISRAEL OF GOD, Much greater then Abrahams seed, Which is them THAT ARE Born of the spirit, the seed of Christ which are the children of PROMISE I will multiply thy seed as the stars of heaven.
  • Ian Marshall
    So Jesus was preaching a form of replacement theology. The kingdom of God has been given to the Church and taken from the Jewish religion until the time when the Jews receive Christ as their Messiah.
  • Zeingoff
    Who among you can understand parable, the way Jesus taught. A certain man is God. He let the vineyard to tribes of Israel. He sent forth the prophet whom the people despised. Lastly he sent his son Jesus, who they killed, hoping to gain his inheritance. But God will give it to those who are prepared.
  • Irene123
    Stephede - When Jesus was teaching here - the Gospels hadn't even been heard of; none of the N.T. was even begun being written until about 15 yrs. after the church of Jesus was begun in Acts ch. 2. EVERYTHING Jesus taught was from the O.T. He said himself the "law, and the Prophets, and the Psalms testify of me". The 15 yrs. after the ch. began - the apostles taught from the O.T.
  • Stephede
    Luke 1 state that Jesus was in the temple(as was his habit, teaching from the gospel. He wasn't teaching The letters of Paul! He was teaching the Torah and the Prophets. The parable of the vineyard and the greedy husbandman shows how God, Father has always sent his elect to witness on earth, including Jesus, whom he raised from the dead, and still on earth their is wicked and greedy people. Oi
  • Rosie Riley
    I'm clear about the whole chapter now. Thanks for The commentary. So helpful. It was a revelation In my study of the book of Luke.
  • Sky sky
    I love God he means the world to me.
  • Geraldine cole
    I No if we are saved and filled with the Holy Ghost we are Jesus Children . And we need to stop acting like the world today it hard to tell the differant. word of God tell us to let our light shine it tell us no man hide his light under a bushels it shine so all that are in the house can see it now this mean the way u act how u deal with people .where ever u are people can see Jesus in U .
  • Dewey J
    Julie, that is not scriptural. The seven brothers means just that seven brothers or men. We must not read anything in the Scriptures that is not there. The Scriptures interpts the Scriptures. Those religious leaders tried to trick Jesus by using the law of God given by Moses concerning marriage. They didn't believe in the resurrection of the dead. Praise God!
  • Julie kalashnikoff
    The seven brothers represent the seven books of the Law in the Old Covenant. The wife is the Bride of Christ. There were no children from any of the 7 brothers because they represent the law showing man's imperfection. A picture of lack of intimacy with God. W/o intimacy there are no children/fruit. The old nature and new nature cannot be intimate
  • Chuck
    luke 20-46 beware of scribes,which desire to walk in long robes, and love the
    greetings in the markets, sounds like the roman catholic, orthodox churches
    synagogues, and many false apostate churches, i forgot also islam.
    the blind leading the blind
  • Houston for verse 36
    It is my belief that a true bible resurrection is rising with an incorruptible body neither can they die anymore so it is my belief that Lazarus was not a bible resurrection but a bringing to life that he died with a natural body hence he died again or else he and the widow son is still here or Luke wrote wrong when he said neither can they die anymore!!
  • Eric
    Bryan, your comment on 2 2, the answer is context. In John 1:1 an "a " is completely out of context and would create multiple god 's. The first and greatest commandment is this "the Lord our God is one, and you shall worship Him with all your heart, with all your mind, with all your soul, and with all your strength. " He is ONE not many.
  • Bozki
    In this chapter Jesus Warns us about the people that leads us, always conform to the Word of God. Just always Read the Word of God......God Bless....
  • RNM 20-4
    LUKE 20-4...Beware of the scribes, which desire to walk in long robes, and love greetings in the markets, and the highest seats in the synagogues, and the chief rooms at feasts 47 Which devour widows ' houses, and for a shew make long prayers: the same shall receive greater damnation. Sounds like the churches of today. AMEN!
  • Bryan for verse 38
    why is it that the king James can put the "a " to have it say "a god " here but not have it in John 1:1 for the same Greek word and sentence structure?
  • Brianna for verse 21
    This scripture is interesting. Even his enemies couldn 't deny Jesus truthful teachings. Perhaps they were trying to flatter him, or appease the crowd, but they understood that Jesus taught the truth. Because he taught the truth , he gained so much criticism from the Pharisees.
  • To Jehovah God, his loyal ones who have died faithful to him are as good as alive their resurrection is a certainty.
  • Donna Sue
    To Jesse on Luke 20 Yes I do know Jesus is the Father S on and Holy Ghost He is the word Praise God we have a loving and mighty God just celebrated 10 years as knowing my Lord as my Saviour lorry to God in the highest
  • JESSE IWEANYA
    DEAR READERS,DO U UNDERSTAND FROM THIS PASSAGE THAT CHRIST CLAIMS HERE TO BE THE LORD GOD OF DAVID.THE SAME GOD OF THE OLD TESTAMENT,THE SHEPHERD OF ISRAEL AND THAT WAS ALSO WHY HE SAID,"I AM THE GOOD SHEPHERD",DAVID ALSO SAID,"THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD,I SHALL NOT WANT"..? JESUS CHRIST IS THE LORD GOD ALMIGTHY,THE SHEPHERD AND BISHOP OF MY SOUL.DO U KNOW HIM AS UR GOD AND SAVIOUR ?.THINK ABOUT IT
  • Jay
    Verses 27-36:
    1.Here again as in other parables, Jesus is going to explain a heavenly doctrine with a earthly application by using the religious leaders ignorance in attempting to trap Jesus in saying a falsehood that would not agree with the law of Moses;
    2.It would not have mattered how many marriages the Sadducees used (7 is God's number of perfection);
    3.It is a fact that God has patterns of things on earth that are in heaven (Hebrews 9:23, 24), and marriage is no different, but what is different is patterns of this world are earthly, and the patterns of heaven are spiritual;
    4.When comparing heaven with this world you must keep this at the forefront of a comparison;
    5.We are married and given in marriage (man and woman only) in this world, but in heaven after the judgment seat of Christ the bride (born again church age believers) is given in marriage to the lamb of God (Jesus Christ), Revelation 19:7-9;
    6.The bride for Jehovah God is the Old Testament saints (Isaiah 61:10);
    7.The holy scriptures likens us to angels because they are spiritual created beings and because all angels in the bible are men (no female angels exist in the bible);
    8.There is no mention of unbelievers being married after this life in the bible, because part of their torment in hell is separation from everybody and most of all separation from God, total darkness.
  • Jay
    The parable of the vineyard verses 9-20, is another objective lesson from God using a physical illustration to aid Christians in understanding a spiritual application (for church age) and a doctrinal application (for Jews).
    1.God created a vineyard (heavens and earth from the days of creation in genesis one) and let man have dominion over it, and went into a far country (3rd heaven 4000 years);
    2.Then God began to send prophets among his people (Jews mainly, 3 prophets=trinity), and of course the religious people (Jews mainly) rejected them;
    3.At the appointed time God sent his only begotten son (Jesus Christ) to retrieve the spiritual fruit and set up his kingdom, but the religious people rejected Jesus and crucified him;
    4.In verse 16 God destroys Jerusalem in 70 A.D. as foretold in the scriptures (Mark 13:1,2), that is the end of Israel as a nation until may 14th, 1948;
    5.Verses 17, 18 are about salvation and the stone=Jesus Christ who is the head of corner (a pyramid);
    6.Whomsoever shall fall on the stone=a person coming to him in humble truth and asking to be saved;
    7.Whomsoever the stone shall fall= people who do not come to him in humble truth for salvation will be cast into the lake of fire for everlasting damnation;
    8.The Pharisees and Scribes represent religious leaders and people who do not humble themselves before almighty God and receive the absolute truth about the doctrine of Christ (salvation at the cross of Calvary 2 John 9,10).
  • Anonymous
    This chapter is loaded; in verses 1-8, Jesus teaching Christians how to answer the gainsayers that really have no interest in biblical truth, but just wanting to trap, make fun of, ridicule, or embarrass a person into saying something falsely.
    A.Answer not a fool according to his folly (Proverbs 26:4);
    B.Give not that which is holy unto dogs, neither cast your pearls before swine, lest they trample them under their feet, and turn again and rend you (Matthew 7:6).
  • Anhony Woods
    Pastor Darral Johnson is teaching and sharing his convictions on this scripture. He is doing a dynamite job at Light of Jericho.


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