Numbers Chapter 24 Discussion



 
  • Lorraine Magarian on Numbers 24
    Verse 19 holds a beautiful prophecy of Jesus and His reign over all the kingdoms of the earth.
  • BARBARA J brown on Numbers 24
    Locate the words Fear not in KJV scripture.
  • Mishael - in Reply on Numbers 24
    According to Revelation ( Revelation 2:14), Balaam told King Balak how to get the Israelites to commit sin by enticing them with sexual immorality and food sacrificed to idols. The Israelites fell into transgression due to these traps and God sent a deadly plague to them as a result ( Numbers 31:16).

    That was then, today is the now. We have the salvation of Jesus Christ with the indwelling of the Holy Spirit to help us avoid pitfalls that lead to sin. We have the Bible to show us how to follow Jesus.

    The Book of Romans is a good place to start, but I think John chapter 3 is. When no one wants to be our friend; you will always have a friend in Jesus.

    Some people have had real life experiences with the awesome Love of God. I always thought God was way way up in the sky somewhere. I didn't think he could hear me asking for help. But I found out that is not true. He is as close as your next breath. He cares about all of our needs. We just have to begin some conversations with Him...called praying. He talks to people but it's best to be born again ( John 3), so you can get your ears tuned to His Voice.

    See if Isaiah 1:18 is desirable to you.

    When I first came in here I read a lot of posts on the Testimonies Link. Many have posted how the came to believe in Jesus. Everyone of those is a real person.
  • Elaine Harding on Numbers 24
    What was the advice did balaam give to balak to make the Israelite?
  • Ron allens on Numbers 24
    Why do people claim a day of rest on a pagan calendar? Saturday is the day for he god Saturn just as Sunday is the day for the sun god. Why not use the 7th day of the week on the calendar GOD created ?
  • Barbara Poe - in Reply on Numbers 24
    Hi Walter,

    I believe the only way to lose your salvation would be to do the opposite of accepting him as Lord and Savior in addition to deny him as your Lord and Savior.
  • Barbara Poe on Numbers 24
    In 1Samuel 15:23 God says it is better to obey him than to offer any sacrifice made to him I believe this is how we should honor him through our obedience.
  • Walter - in Reply on Numbers 24
    How does one lose their salvation?
  • Fred scanlan - in Reply on Numbers 24
    For he saith to Moses, I will have mercy on whom I will have mercy, and I will have compassion on whom I will have compassion. For it is written, I will destroy the wisdom of the wise, and will bring to nothing the understanding of the prudent. That I may know him, and the power of his resurrection, and the fellowship of his sufferings, being made conformable unto his death Praise HIM!!!!!!!!!!!
  • BSP on Numbers 24
    Verse 13~People can only do what God allows them to do. If Jehovah God wants something to take place then it will take place.
  • Stephen on Numbers 24
    Before Pentecost, the Holy Spirit would come upon men as He chose. Balaam is an example here, but remember King Saul? The Spirit came upon him and he prophesied with the sons of the prophets. However, like Balaam, he was never saved. Today, when we get saved, we received the Holy Spirit and are sealed unto the day of redemption. He is our 'Earnest'. Once saved, always saved! Praise God!
  • BSP on Numbers 24
    King Balak really wanted Balaam to curse the people of Israel, but Jehovah God was with his people and would not let this happen.
  • A disciple on Numbers 24
    Once saved, not always saved! And even greatest gifts and calling of God on a man, does not guarantee a lifetime of doing God's will, or entrance into the kingdom of God. Whatever Balaam had at one time, he evidently thought better to have the gifts and favor of the heathen, than the blessings of God's people. Even though he once spoke good from God for Israel, he after connived to make them sin.
  • Irene123 on Numbers 24
    Num. 14-25; God used Balaam, a wicked prophet, to prophesy of the Messiah - Jesus Christ!! God can, and does, to this day, use sinners to prophesy (witness) of Him. What I don't understand is-why was Balaam, a prophet of God, living in Moab - at the time Israel settled in Canaan ..... ???
  • Irene123 on Numbers 24
    Unicorns - 'could' have been rhinos, or an animal that is now extinct. It 'could' have been a horse with a horn. Whatever they were - or weren't - their reality or non- has nothing to do with Acts 2:37-38.
  • April on Numbers 24
    Interesting read, and as I read I feel as though we will be tried my brethrens and sisters,we will have to believe when all around us makes it a long and frustrating journey, may we all have the wisdom and strength from the lord during the Revilation, that is soon to come, so put on your armor and read,we need all the knowledge we can get,we WILL need it, stay strong, no matter who says what,Amen.
  • One crumb on Numbers 24
    Numbers
    Chapter 24:13 Note...what The LORD saith, that will I speak.
  • Julie Putzier on Numbers 24
    "STAR " "KOKAB " HEBREW "MESSIAH " Numbers 24 17 Luke 1 78 2Peter 1 19. Revelation 2 28 Revelation 22 16
  • Dameka Woods on Numbers 24
    I also thought it was awesome when God gave the utterance for Balaam to speak about the Savior and how he's going to behold Him! Encouraged me because one day I too shall behold Him! *tears* Thank-you Father!!
  • Barrister yusuf zakari edego on Numbers 24
    power sub scripture good for prayers and prophecy. I am highly bless and encouraged. amen
  • CHRISTOPHER on Numbers 24:7
    To me God is saying the water is the holy spirit that is hovering over all the earth and the seed is the holy spirit when he indwells inside of us and grows as we grow, and with knowledge we shall exalt Jesus our King and Savoir.
  • Ann on Numbers 24
    May God add a blessing to the reader and doer of His word.Amen


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