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  • Fred Scanlan - in Reply on Matthew 20
    Love one another , Love covers a multitude of sin! Again ,I say love one another. Love your neighbor as yourself!
  • Alta on Matthew 20:20
    The correct answer for the question is Matthew 22:14 which says,"For many are called, but few are chosen."

    And not Matthew 20:20 which says "Then came to him the mother of Zebedee's children with her sons, worshipping him, and desiring a certain thing of him"
  • D W L on Matthew 20
    You must be born again- John chapter 3 is where I would say to read. No you can t do it on your own but he will help you.
  • Patty Tozi - in Reply on Matthew 20
    God surrounds you daily! All you have to do is ask Him in Prayer and read His word-- to know the Truth of what you have in Him. Thru His Love you will see!!!
  • Don Presnell on Matthew 20
    Christ alone take us home
  • Sheldon on Matthew 20
    Those whom the Lord Jesus knew before time began,He strength because He knew their hearts.So they were chosen and predestined for salvation,it s His amazing grace.
  • Chalizamudzi Elizabeth Matola on Matthew 20
    God looks at all of us as equals. His reward will not depend on how long we have been Christians. Even new converts are valued and will receive the same eternal life as those who were converted long time ago
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Matthew 20
    This is why He said some of the first shall be last and some of the last shall be first.
  • Obbie Beal on Matthew 20
    verse 1-16 Jesus teach us more about the 'ways' of Jehovah GOD These 'way" of GOD' are already established predestined by and for GOD's glory and honor. My opinion, personal belief, ..., ..., DO NOT MATTER as it relates to those 'ways' of GOD example 16 So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen.
  • I am that Michael Isaac Dale on Matthew 20
    My Holy Father exposes all hypocrisy. Ye mock the Son of man before saying, My heart has already shown me where I will be, in darkness gnashing of teeth not dwelling in light. I will never give up nor stop loving God and Yeshua my savior. (Nay. For ye cannot love GOD except ye repent and confess the Son.) It is written, The LORD preserves ALL them that love him: but ALL the wicked will he destroy.
  • Bruce on Matthew 20
    Rachael: That's All of Us, We All Need a Savior. 5yrs. Asking The Lord for Help, Forgiveness, l'm Convinced I can't be Saved. 2yrs. I didn't Talk to Him. Then He Told me I Need Salvation, Go Forward and Ask Forgiveness. It was a little Scary Stepping Out and Going Forward. Next Morning WOW. This is not The World I Went to Sleep in. A Heavy Gone. Cursing Gone, I Am Changed. I Told Everyone.
  • Confused - in Reply on Matthew 20
    God Bless you.
  • Allen on Matthew 20
    Racheal, dont give up, satan seeks to destroy us, he is a liar and murderer. But Jesus has won the victory for us. Study your Bible , pray and seek God. Paul wrote I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. When Jesus is with us, nothing can stand against us. May God Bless and strengthen you with The Holy Spirit.
  • Rachael on Matthew 20
    No matter how hard I try I covet and fail. I look and want, I m not honest, I m not modest nor meek or humble. I seek God and his son everyday but I fail in works. I know in my heart I m a rotten seed that deserves nothing and the beam in my eye is heavier then cement. My heart has already shown me where I will be, in darkness gnashing of teeth not dwelling in light. I will never give up nor stop loving God and Yeshua my savior. Please God give me a new heart and spirit with strength so I cannot fail you every moment of the day. Even when I dream I sin.
  • Lydia - in Reply on Matthew 20
    God is not slack concerning His promises, as some men count slackness. Not willing any should perish but " all" come to repentance. A genuine love of God and a distaste for things in this world is gain by accepting Christ love for us. God created us in love, nothing in this world can seperate you from God's love, be encouraged. Trust God's love for you. Heavenly Father your daughter is in need of Christ divine intercession, provide the power of " Your Glory" to give her peace, meet her where she is. Remove the demonic forces that surrounds her. Remove the strength of all her weakness heal her heart, mind & body. Holy Spirit dwell in her. We humbly ask in the name & blood of Jesus.
  • Frank - in Reply on Matthew 20
    Rachael, There's a blessed woman in the bible named Rachael. Type search and read about her.
  • Stanjett - in Reply on Matthew 20
    Rachael: Seems to me you are honest. You told all of us and even put it in writing. Have trust and faith in Jesus and pray always and I pray for you also that he will come into your heart.
  • Obbie Beal on Matthew 20
    28 Even as the Son of man came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and to give his life a ransom for many. (it is amazing, a person when captured by his enemy will not be released until someone pay a 'ransom'; once the 'ransom' is paid the person held captive is released / set free; the blood of animals could not set mankind free but the shed BLOOD OF JESUS /CHRIST could, and it was paid
  • Adrienne Bellaire on Matthew 20
    matt. as all the word of God is the awesome word never ch anging always loving, always calling us giving the gospel.praying for all . praise him !!!
  • A disciple on Matthew 20
    "Is it not lawful for me to do what I will with mine own? Is thine eye evil, because I am good? So the last shall be first, and the first last: for many be called, but few chosen." When the Lord goes out into the mountains and the wilderness, seeking His lost sheep; when He finds it, He puts it on His shoulders and brings it home rejoicing. Why would some of the ninety nine grumble and murmur?
  • A disciple on Matthew 20
    servant; the religion of God is not an organization of division and disagreements! The true Saints of old time were good and loving and righteous, with the Law of God in their hearts and His fear directing their course in life. So true for the Disciple in the early days of the Christianity, they had all things common, were holy, and were persecuted for being good. The same is true today!
  • Servant of God on Matthew 20
    Many are called(not so much this generation)few are chosen. Jesus called many and a religious organization ensued but divided itself not in unity but disagreements. This is the vineyard (where work is done and wages earned) As for who is chosen, it is God, who has no equal, choses! This is Biblical. As for the Son, his reward was great for he saw the Father and was glad.
  • Lilian on Matthew 20
    The first shall be the last and the last first for many be called but only few are choosen. Not all who called Lord Lord can enter into the kingdom of God but only servants who accept Jesus and obey his words will only be saved I will praise you Jesus forever Jehovah my Savior Shalom amen
  • Robert on Matthew 20
    I believe the story of the laborers is about salvation thru Jesus Christ. Those saved all have an equal access to Heaven even if their Love for Christ is one second or a hundred years. Salvation is never too late.
  • A disciple on Matthew 20
    The story of the laborers in the vineyard teaches us, that the Lord who hired all the workers told everyone that whatever is right they shall receive, and agreed for a day's wages for going to work. The men that could only come to work for one hour, all still got a day's wages; which was paid out of the Lord's own money, and had nothing to do with the agreement He made with everyone else.
  • A disciple on Matthew 20
    Paul; "The devout Jew is learned in the Torah. They are observant of the law of God through Moses." What has changed with God since He had David write the 2nd Psalm? When, over the last, almost 2000 years, did God change His mind, and now no longer requires us to go through His Son to come to Him? Until the Jews, and everyone else converts and believes in Jesus, THEY CANNOT BE SAVED!
  • Paul on Matthew 20
    The devout Jew is learned in the Torah. They are observant of the law of God thru Moses. Abraham was a friend of God, Moses was his scribe. Jesus is sent to demonstrate the Holy Spirit, the power of prayer and eternal life for whom it is prepared. Christians should not be so presumptuous lest their vineyard be taken from them and given to others. The heart of man is evil. God is Judge,not man!
  • Insight777 on Matthew 20
    The cup that Jesus drank from is faith. A faith can look clean on the outside, as the Jewish faith, by holding religious doctrine that proclaims to be truth. If the religion is wrong built on lies then the inside of the cup needs to be cleaned. The faith from Jesus is he is the Son of God. This is a clean cup full of truth. Jesus wanted his pure faith/cup to be passed to others after his death.
  • A disciple on Matthew 20
    Lu2677; No! The Jews do not follow the Torah! They follow their own teachers and books, ever since they rejected Jesus. They SAY they study Torah; but as you and I understand it, NO! And they have a completely perverted view of nearly everything that WE understand in the Old Testament. I come from a Jewish background, and I have had discussions with many Orthodox Jews; they DO NOT follow the Word!
  • Lu2677 on Matthew 20
    a disciple "Judaism follows the doctrine of men that rejected Jesus Christ" No, Judaism to the Jew who believes in the Torah, Old Testament, which are scipture from God.The Torah was written before Christ was born. When Jesus said "do you not know the scriptures?"These scriptures were what God had given them. Their rejection of Christ leaves them without (excluding the saints of old) a savior.


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