The emphasis in this setting is to show the sensitivity of the Father and of Jesus toward these little ones—how highly they regard the consecrated and how much displeased they are with those who offend these little ones.
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“The fool has said in his heart, there is no God” What does this Bible quote mean for people like Mr R Dawkins?Sep 11th, 2012 | By admin | Category: Questions You Ask (click for the full answer)
Can you explain for us Matthew 7:18-20? Here’s the scripture: Matthew 7:18-20 Amplified Bible (AMP) 18 A good (healthy) tree cannot bear bad (worthless) fruit, nor can a bad (diseased) tree bear [a]excellent fruit [worthy of admiration]. 19 Every tree that does not bear good fruit is cut down and cast into the fire. 20 […]
I hear some of our young preachers preach a sermon without giving the plan of salvation, shouldn’t this be preached with every sermon wouldn’t it be incomplete without it is this pleasing to God?
Verse 15 is contrary to normal logic, but Paul’s method helps to bring out a point that will be seen as we proceed. The wood, hay, and stubble are all burned; that is, they are destroyed, yet the individual is saved.
Death is the cessation of life. If Jesus had not paid the price for Adam thereby lifting the curse of death, all would remain in their graves.
Anyone who can say that they can interpret prophesy to the “t” can’t be trusted. It is interpretation based on scripture–therefore cannot be understood in full until it is a past event.
What looks like a leopard, but has the feet of a bear, the mouth of a lion, and has seven heads and ten horns?Feb 29th, 2012 | By admin | Category: Questions You Ask (click for the full answer)
Beasts depict civil governments. Our biggest clue to that is the Daniel scripture you quote. These animals correspond to the image in chapter 2.
We are told that it will be worse than anything we can imagine. The Great Time of Trouble starts after the Little Flock are put to death by the Papacy during the hour of power of the beast, and ends with the deliverance of Israel in Jacob’s Trouble, Revelation describes it as when the 4 winds are let loose.