Numbers Chapter 30 Discussion

  • Victor on Numbers 30
    Numbers 30:15 "But if he shall any ways make them void after that he hath heard them; then he shall bear her iniquity."

    how to understand this verse? can a father/husband void a vow at all?

    or a father/husband confirmed the vow and daughter/wife failed to keep it, then father/husband shall bear her iniquity?
  • Rick Mentzer - in Reply on Numbers 30
    I guess more info needed to give answer or help
  • Ricky D Mentzer - in Reply on Numbers 30
    Don't understand comment
  • Gary Lee - in Reply on Numbers 30
    If you confessed Jesus and accepted him into your heart according to Rom 10:9;10 then your qualify to spend eternity with Jesus. You are now saved from Death and Hell, but your heart hasn't been fully converted. God places in us a "small, pure Jesus heart" once we get saved but this is only the start of our journey and dare I say "struggles" This new heart must now grow and become more and more like Jesus everyday. We have to die daily ( 1 Cor 15:31) We must decrease and Jesus must Increase. ( Rom 8:5-8)( 2 Cor 3:3). We still have our old nature even though we are saved. It takes work to change into what Jesus wants us to be ( 2 Tim 3:16,17) It is almost normal to struggle with sin on a daily basis, even habitual sin but this is why Jesus died for us, We need to repent daily. Confess that sin daily. This is where many Christians miss the mark. We all believed that once we are saved then we are perfect immediately. Not so. You can in theory go into eternity with that habitual sin still in your heart. You will have to confess it then. ( 2 Tim 2:15 says "Study to show thyself approved unto God" Study takes work) . Read Gal 5:19, Mark 7:21. We all will struggle with sin until we die. It is just a question of how much we have laid down at the cross. Remember we must forgive 70 x 7. That includes ourselves. Our old heart must become like the new heart. Gal 5:19 must become Gal 5:22. But it takes time and lots of repentance. Hang on to your salvation, don't let Satan tell you you won't make it. Also read ( Rom 2: 29)
  • Tony ritchie on Numbers 30
    stuggle to overcome habitual sin--would my name still be in book of life.
  • Stanjett on Numbers 30
    Now days we make our vows at the wedding. Will you or will you not take this woman? Hmmmm, like me think... .well, yeah, I guess I will. And we been married for over 50 years.
  • BSP on Numbers 30
    Verse 2~Binding a vow on one's soul implies that one's life is at stake. This shows how serious it is to fulfill our vows.
  • Renny on Numbers 30
    @Lynn- Matthew 5:32 - But I say unto you, That whosoever shall put away his wife, saving for the cause of fornication, causeth her to commit adultery: and whosoever shall marry her that is divorced committeth adultery.

  • Makafui on Numbers 30 tru .but the bible said no divorce
  • Joseph Flake on Numbers 30
    A woman that I used to date, wanted to marry me. So I went and talked to her father, he gave me his blessing. Later on down the road, she broke up with me. This verse shows me that she broke her vow. Am I right to say that?
  • Dewey Jones on Numbers 30
    Lynn, it is fact that God forgives truly repented people that have been through a divorce evidenced by the beginning of this chapter Nu. 30:9 says, "But every vow of a widow, and of her that is divorced, where with they have bound her that souls, shall stand against her". That's more true now we are under a better agreement because John 1:17 say, "For the law was given by Moses, but grace and truth came by Jesus Christ ". Glory be to God in the highest through our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ! Amen.
  • Ime on Numbers 30
    This chapter shows the honour that God have for the man in the home. To confirm the garden of Eden 's verdict in Genesis 3 16c. This should serve as an eye opener to all, that though a man maybe poor or small in stature, as long as he is married and or a father, God has great respect for whatever he approves or dis approves in his immediate family.
  • _Rosalina_Sayson_Ko_Tapay_ on Numbers 30
    Numbers Chapter 30 pertains to a vow made by a woman that while she is under her father's care, her vow could be ineffective if his father disallow her. same goes to a woman under his husband's care, her vow could be ineffective if his husband disallow her. BUT, for the woman who is a WIDOW or DIVORCED, being without husband to disallow her with her vows therefore she shall stand on her vows.
  • on Numbers 30
    This law & vow and seems tome a Marriage vow,or an aught, that the daughter has said to the father, can this law and vows means or be also deferent things?
    When u make a vow you are making an aught, that means also that you,ve to keep up to your word.

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