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  • BSP on Luke 4
    Verse 43-The kingdom was the theme of Jesus ministry. All his words and actions helped to clarify what the kingdom is and how it will serve Gods purpose.
  • Truth seeker on Luke 4:3
    The Devil said if you are "the son of God " notice he did not say if you are God ! Why is that ? Jesus would have rebuked the devil for the error as he always does . Turn these stones into bread , and Jesus rebuked the devil again and said Man lives By every word of God !

    Oh but Jesus did not say my words . Why is that ? Because he is not God , but Gods son . And notice he was lead by the Holy Spirit , that God anointed him with why is that ?

    Look closely to the scriptures and what is said and compare all scriptures, there can be no contradiction. These verses are very clear and so many many more .

    Do not allow yourself to be tricked in to doctrines . Gods word is very clear .
  • Chris - in Reply on Luke 4:3
    John 20:28, "And Thomas answered and said unto him, My Lord and my God". Neither did Jesus rebuke Thomas for saying what he did, in recognizing that Jesus was indeed the Son of God & the One Who came out of God. And his exclamation was not one of surprise but of affirmation when He finally realized Who this Jesus is & the sin of doubt that he carried.
  • Steven Spencer - in Reply on Luke 4:3
    Here also is a suttle example of Jesus not rebuking Saul. Acts 9:4-5 (KJV) And he fell to the earth, and heard a voice saying unto him, Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?

    And he said, Who art thou, Lord? And the Lord said, I am Jesus whom thou persecutest: it is hard for thee to kick against the pricks.

    Now here saul at the time wasn't a believer so when he said who are thou Lord his mind was on God the father, Isn't it strange someone with Paul credentials. a pharisee of pharisees, would ask God "WHO" are thou? and Jesus answered him, " It is I Jesus.
  • Dianne - in Reply on Luke 4:3
    I absolutely agree.
  • Fred Scanlan on Luke 4
    Would the example of the temptation of Christ after his 40 days in the wilderness, be an example for us? Once we become affiliated with holy spirit and the power in him, we proclaim and perform the oracles of God! Temptation is the seeing and understanding the evil one and his ability to thwart us , through fear of not having what we need. First, affiliating all with deception with questions of the power and our relationship with God the Father. Jesus, in his time of hunger and need did not give Satan a place, did not allow him to accuse the Father through the temptation wrought in these illustrations given in the word. These words we see and hear from Christ, are our example how to deal with the evil one! With wisdom comes knowledge and power, given through faith, used in the extension of Gods kingdom. This is what the evil one hates! Remember his time is only for a season, and or seasons! We will dominate the evil one as long as we are in Christ! He has overcome him and knows the way! We cannot do these things without Christ! Pray always , pray without ceasing!
  • Fred scanlan on Luke 4
    It is interesting that people waited till evening to bring the sick to be healed. People were afraid of something? Perhaps there was a division between the people the poor and the rich. The rich being those affiliated with the church? Christs words have just enough salt, to convict the guilty. They would rather throw Him off a cliff then to hear anymore His word. The holy spirit describes what happens when the individual is convicted of sin. The power in the true word of God! It is sharper than a two edged sword! It will severe joints from the marrow! It will bring you to your knees! Oh you faithless generation of vipers. How shall you escape so great a God! His kingdom shall have no end.
  • Vickie - in Reply on Luke 4
    They brought the sick to Jesus after the Sabbath ended at sunset. 🌙⭐
  • Vickie - in Reply on Luke 4
    Sometimes we need to reflect inside & ascertain if we are really seeking truth or are we seeking to be right. I have made that mistake in the past. Self study, commentaries, & concordances have taught me much. I find the more that I study I am humbled by how much I thought I knew & can see, now, just how much I have to learn. But God has given us a clear understanding in scripture on the important things pertaining to our salvation.
    His Word is our guide & meant for a lifelong search & fellowship with him. When he reveals the meaning of a scripture I did not understand my heart 'sings'. Just this week I finally understand what James was trying to tell us. I want to be a Berean!
  • Fred Scanlan - in Reply on Luke 4
    I didn't know the law allowed u to throw people off a cliff on the sabbath. To do good or evil?
  • Fred Scanlan - in Reply on Luke 4
    They were not all Jews.
  • Pat on Luke 4
    Verse 19 what does it mean by the acceptable year of th lord
  • Chibesa Sebastian on Luke 4
    Truly the hands of Jesus have power over demons and sickness
  • Church - in Reply on Luke 4
    Jesus has power over everything
  • Patty Tozi on Luke 4
    Stand strong in these days. Recognize when God Blesses you. Praise His Holy Name. See the evilness try to take your Fathet from you. Recognize and fight back the world's ways. Take and bring the people of God near you. The others keep away. Stay close to your Father. Remember His words as you read your Bible. Remember the 10 Commandments. Live them. Ask for forgiveness if sin is close to you. Figh
  • Keith on Luke 4
    Steve, did you have a question?
  • Steve on Luke 4
    From wence does the Devil appear? To and fro upon the earth, as stated in Job. God expelled him from Heaven, and his kingdom is amongst us on earth. His job is to turn people away from the peace of God, and towards the utter and inherent misery in Devil. He is full of subtlety, the most subtle, as in the garden of Eden. Those void of the true knowledge of life will fall into his deception, yes?
  • Bruce on Luke 4
    Two Different Occasion Out of Many
  • Gps on Luke 4
    Was Christ passing through the angry crowd the same incident as in John 8 or did it happen twice?
  • Jjdms on Luke 4
    Reading without comments, rather letting the Holy Spirit speak, is my greatest gift in understanding scriptures as this Luke 4, as I had just searched the phrase "synagogue of Satan". I have The Mind of Christ guiding me by His written Word and by The Voice of His Spirit.
  • Paul V on Luke 4
    I believe he was tempting Jesus and trying to get him to bow down to him.
  • Joe on Luke 4
    Why would the devil try to get jesus to prove his being if he was once an ark angel and should know
  • BSP on Luke 4
    Verse 43~Jesus plainly made it clear that his purpose for being sent to the earth was to preach the good news of God's Kingdom.
  • Alex on Luke 4
    Isaiah 61 is all we or Israel need to know about what Jesus was and is. If this chapter was examined determinedly we would have the key to everything. This is his description of himself.
  • A disciple on Luke 4
    What is it about Jesus being the Son of God, that is such a thorn in the eyes of the wicked? The main thing the devil can't leave alone, and the thing that he perversely wants to bow down to him, is the fact that Jesus is the Son of God. The unclean spirits in people know that He is the Son of God, and it makes them cry out in terror. Meanwhile it is men that don't want to understand or believe.
  • A disciple on Luke 4
    The Spirit of Christ brings glad tidings to the poor, healing to the broken in heart, liberty for those crushed under cruelty and oppression, and proclamation of a better Country and a Day of Eternal Righteousness to come. To those who are of the truth, the light springing up in their darkness is the glory of God and salvation; but to the rest who hate the light, it is the doom of God's rejection.
  • A disciple on Luke 4
    servant; it didn't take much for that serpent to come out and expose itself! "He that denies the Son, the same HAS NOT the Father...Who is he that denies that the Son of God has come in the flesh if not Antichrist?" Jesus didn't learn Torah from the Rabbis but spoke it to His servant Moses in the holy mount: and is who was with God and is God and IS coming again in all His Divine power and glory!
  • A disciple on Luke 4
    servant; it sounds like you don't believe that the Lord Jesus Christ is in fact the eternal Son of God; but you write as if the Lord is merley like any other man, who at some point mysteriously became, (or realized), that He was the Christ. Jesus is God manifest in the flesh, and was in divine glory from all eternity WITH the Father. He didn't discuss Torah He IS the Law and the holy Glad Tidings.
  • Servant of God on Luke 4
    Jesus-Church. He would daily be in the Church, or Temple with critical discussion regarding the Torah. When at the Reading of Issiah they heard enough andtossed him out! The Devil tempted him with being at the pinnacle of the Church, "Get there behind me Satan" What a card, that Satan. Woe unto Jesus if he didn't preach the gospel for therefore was he sent forth, to teach, and to witnessTruth

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