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#1 Comment on Hebrews 9:27
Heb 9:27
It is appointed unto men once to die, after this The Judgement. GOD said to Adam, "in (the day) that you eat of the fruit of the tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil, YOU SHALL SURELY DIE". Eve and Adam disobeyed GOD'S COMMAND and on (that very day they Spiritually Died), (their Pristine Spiritual Relationship with GOD was Changed) their Sin (Transgression of Law) Separated them from their LOVING CREATOR. Now all of Adam and Eve's progeny (also) was born (brought forth) into The State of Spiritual Separation from GOD, in other words, (THE State of Death because they inherited The Nature to Break GOD'S LAW). "It is appointed unto man Once To Die", "after this the Judgement" Hebrews 9:27. As man is now brought forth into the Hallway of Time, his life is subject to Judgement: his choice to continue in his natural state of Spiritual Separation from GOD (Death) (or) seeking (LIFE) which only GOD GIVES through (dia) YAHOSHUA THE SON OF GOD, THE CHRIST.



THE JUDGEMENT John 5:22 - For the Father Judgeth no man, but hath committed (all- pas, Greek word) Judgment unto the Son (the object of Judgement)

John 5:23 - That all men should Honour the Son, (even as they Honour the Father). He that Honoureth not the Son Honoureth not the Father which hath sent him

Judgement, (krisis - Greek word to discern). Which choice will man choose, (To Honor Even As) or Not to Honor ?

John 5:24 Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on Him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life

John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that he gave His Only Begotten Son, that whosoever believeth (into- eis Greek word) Him should not perish, but have everlasting life. AMEN ! ! !

- Chuck (4/24/2016 10:34:26 AM)

#2 Comment on Leviticus 2:11
is footwashing part of the Passover as stated in matthew
- anthony (2/7/2015 8:51:28 PM)

#3 Comment on Matthew 24:21
It's gonna be real bad.
- Friend (8/13/2016 6:26:26 PM)

#4 Comment on 1 Timothy 1:7
God did not give us a spirit of fear;but of power,love,and a sound mind.God loves us all,and He is mighty in power;and with His love perfect love casts out fear.
- Denny (5/14/2016 3:52:35 PM)

#5 Comment on Hebrews 8:8
Hebrews 8:8 is quoting Jeremiah 31:31.In looking up the word 'new' in the hebrew (strongs#2319), the meaning is truly apparent from the cross references in which the same word is used. Exodus 1:8 says,"a new king arose". 2 Sam 6:3, "a new cart". Deut 24:5,"a new wife". If you can cross reference the word for yourself, there are many more examples that make it clear that 'new' means new and not 'refresh'. I'm praying for clarity for you, sister, because you are right, it is important to understand. offers lots of cross reference.
- Stephanie H (5/9/2015 11:13:29 PM)

#6 Comment on Genesis 30:3
What does it mean , that she may bear upon my knees, in Gen 30:3?
- suz (3/15/2016 9:24:50 AM)

#7 Comment on Genesis 33:18
genesis33:8 precise here that Salem is not located in Jerusalem, but is a city of Shechem where Simeon and Levi destroyed after the prince of the land Shechem violated Dinah the daughter of Leah wife of Jacob.
it is interesting to notice that in the time of Melchizedek there is no circomcision in Salem.
- Tchiakpe Thierry (4/19/2016 4:15:39 PM) []

#8 Comment on 2 Peter 3:13
Good grief, Christians! "Whatsoever ye do, do it w/all your might,... as to the Lord." "Love the Lord w/all your MIND & heart & strength." “Study to show thyself approved…” We should be the ones doing things more beautifully, w/greater care & consid for how they effect others- if they are for others. Consider your neighbours: all those who are trying to read what you write here. If you’re not writing for others, why write here? - It's so easy to dash off our thoughts quickly & hit return, I know; but really, truly, some of this is illegible. Some of it is gibberish! You need to care that some parts of the comments section of this Christian site that provides scholarly tools for serious Bible study look more like monkey scratch than the comments on Yahoo or Elite or MSNBC do. If unbelievers drop by to see what's up on this site for studying the word of GOD--- omgosh. - For some of these entries 1 can make out a bit of what you're trying to communicate, but it takes so much effort. It ‘s like slogging barefoot in the dark through a brake of thorn trees & low-lying poison ivy over snaggle-toothed broken cobblestones heaved up by an earthquake: no joy. I'm probably not the only 1 who has to give up trying to read what you're trying to say after a few itchy, scratchy, stumbling, bumbling, squinting, peering, parsing, puffing, expostulating, exasperating, painful moments. - Try taking a few moments, once you’ve formulated your thoughts, to make sure it’s readable for other people. Suggestions: 1. Read your own text. 2. Again. 3. Get some editing help from a friend who loves the language. 4. Read it again. 5. Use a spell-checker - then read your text carefully after you spell-check it. It doesn't take that long. If you don’t feel like reading it, who else will? 6. Go wild & buy a book on grammar, w/exercises in the back, & do a few per day. Heaven yes! No, it’s not boring. English is an amazing language. It's also an endangered language. We don’t have to be among those who mutilate it unto extinction because we're as lazy & wilfully ignorant as the rest of the world. - Ask yourself this: How would you like God to have delivered His wonderful Word to us, all 66 books in their various languages, each in as mangled a form as some of these poor li’l comments? - Love, AFox
- An Fox (1/8/2015 2:30:11 AM)

#9 Comment on Psalms 33:6
Yeshua is the Word.
- Shay (5/20/2016 10:44:17 AM)

#10 Comment on Amos 3:6
syntax of Amos 3;6
verb and stem

- cam (11/23/2015 3:20:56 AM)

#11 Comment on Hebrews 11:6

This verse says that GOD WILL REWARD YOUR SPIRIT if you (Diligently Search). In John's Gospel 6:28 the Jew's asked Jesus " What shall we do, that we might work the works of God?" Yeshua's (Jesus) reply, " THIS IS (THE WORK) of GOD, THAT YOU BELIEVE ON HIM WHOM HE (THE FATHER) HAS SENT".

The word (the - Greek definite article) is very specific pointing to (THE WORK OF GOD). The Jews were looking for something they could (physically) do. Yet Christ's reply was "this is THE WORK OF GOD" (very specific) BELIEVE INTO (THE VERY CHARACTER [Hebrews 1:3]) OF HIM WHOM HE (THE FATHER) HAS SENT.


That all men should honour the Son, even as they honour the Father. He that honoureth not the Son honoureth not the Father which hath sent him.
Verily, verily, I say unto you, He that heareth my word, and believeth on him that sent me, hath everlasting life, and shall not come into condemnation; but is passed from death unto life.

So unto all of you who are Diligently Seeking, Keep It Up as GOD KEEPS REWARDING YOUR SPIRIT AS YOU DILIGENTLY SEARCH HIM OUT IN GOD's WORD (Hebrews 11:6 ). AMEN ! ! !
- Chuck (3/15/2016 10:28:43 AM)

#12 Comment on Proverbs 5:18
The inseparable particle translated there as "In" is most often translated as "From," but that makes no sense in English. With the Hebrew verb used in this verse, this prefix altogether probably means "Get Pleasure from."
- Joseph (2/26/2016 1:44:40 PM)

#13 Comment on Numbers 23:24
what is correct? is it a lion as in kjv- or a lioness in other translations? this is a big deal if translated incorrectly I think.
- michellem (9/23/2014 7:48:31 AM)

#14 Comment on Jeremiah 24:1
matthew....24 ,,now learn the parable of the fig tree....meant for the last generation.,
- ted (2/11/2016 5:04:12 AM)

#15 Comment on 2 John 1:5
"What so ever you do to the least of your brothers, THAT you do unto ME"
- CP (7/2/2016 5:07:50 PM)

#16 Comment on Genesis 11:1
The first to speak Hebrew was G-d who created the world with utterances in Hebrew, from which all of this is merely translated.
- Joseph (9/19/2016 4:37:27 AM)

#17 Comment on Isaiah 32:9
How does Isaiah 32:9 relate to the present 2016
- m.thomas (6/5/2016 9:15:01 PM) []

#18 Comment on John 1:1
In regard to The Posted Comment Question, "where is the word (a) found in John 1:1? " Then the comment: "The NWT translation says "a god".
Because there is NO INDEFINITE ARTICLE USED IN THE KOINE GREEK LANGUAGE, makes The New World Translation (NWT) a translation leavened by Satan who is has inserted an Untruth into Scripture regarding LOGOS not having The Definite Article with it.
The NWT translators by using the indefinite article (a) changes drastically the meaning of the last phrase of verse one.
Therefore building on another foundation than THE TRUTH OF THE NATURE OF THE WORD OF GOD.

Chuck (10/19/15 7:26 AM) []
- Chuck Reid (10/19/2015 7:30:00 AM)

#19 Comment on 2 Peter 2:10

Confusion that is apparent in our country, The United States of America. There are Spiritual Forces at work pulling apart the (Principles of our Constitutional Framework).

Our Constitution should be Supreme Above all Three Branches of Our Government, (Executive, Legislative and Judicial).

Yet when corruption has crept into these branches and those that despise The Principles of Our Constitution in which this Nation has Prospered,

See Psalms 33:12 Blessed is the nation whose God (the GOD of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob) is the LORD; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance.

Then is it any wonder when CREATOR OF THE UNIVERSE has taken His Hand of Blessing away from our Confused People who are looking to other (false gods) leading us down a dead end path as many other great civilizations have trod in the History of Time.

- Chuck (6/1/2016 9:53:21 AM)

#20 Comment on Isaiah 40:31
The eagle. The bird that flies the highest, yet hardly flaps it's wings. It uses (as known in the paragliding world) thermals... Unseen rising air to reach those high places.
- Mark Smit (8/12/2016 10:12:17 AM) []

#21 Comment on Galatians 5:18
Dear Gabriel, what was nailed to the cross were the consequences of our breaking God's Law - namely, death. It's wrong to take the phrase "not under the Law" to mean that we are no longer subject to the Law itself. There are too many passages that say otherwise. It's clear that our obedience shows our commitment to the One Who gave the Law. This doesn't mean we can "earn" our justification - that can be had only by faith in the Savior and acknowledging our need for and acceptance of the work He did on our behalf. But if, as James says, the devils also believe and tremble, what is the difference between their dead faith and our living faith? James, the Savior's 1/2 brother, says it's our works. What works? Obedience to the Law - not of sin and death (the carnal nature), but Torah (the Law of life).
Of course you are correct in pointing out that the Messiah would not contradict Himself. The question presented by our translation of a translation is answered by His words in John 14:15 "If you love Me, keep My commands." I believe He is the manifestation in the flesh (please see my note here to Lela on Judges 5:16) of the One Who gave the commands at Sinai, having written them in stone with His own finger - twice!
- eved melekh (5/14/2016 3:33:38 PM)

#22 Comment on Psalms 104:2
Yo, wazzup
- al-Bagh Daddy #ISIS 1 (7/3/2016 3:34:35 PM)

#23 Comment on 2 Samuel 24:6
It is aramic word where jesus used in the healing of a little girl belongs to ruler
- kothuri.janaiah.paloncha (3/1/2015 8:48:01 AM) []

#24 Comment on Ephesians 1:13
Where is the Weymouth translation? That translation picks up the fact that Paul is now talking to the Gentile believers, As opposed to the Saints, ( Holy ones or separated ones or the Jews) In the first 12 verses Paul speaks of us and we meaning the Jews of which he is one. In verse 13 he speaks to "you also", meaning the Gentiles.
- Norman Nelson (6/23/2016 1:46:40 PM) []

#25 Comment on Romans 1:30
It is interesting to note that the book of Romans is addressed in verse 7, "To all in Rome who are loved by God and called to be his holy people." This indicates that he is addressing adults as well as children, but primarily adults. So when Paul ends the list of despicable traits displayed by "those who suppress the truth" (v. 18), with "disobedient to parents," (v.30) he is addressing a mostly adult audience. Therefore it is not just for children under 18 years of age to obey, in some translations "yield to" and "respect," their parents. It is for everyone at every age to obey, yield to and respect their parents. This is supported in the teaching of Jesus in Mark 7:9-13. Maybe it is even more important for adults to honor their parents, than children. Children are by nature imitators. Food for thought: if you want your children to honor you as a parent, do they have a good example to follow by watching you honor your parents?
- Jane Marie (8/9/2016 11:42:54 AM)

#26 Comment on Genesis 1:26
It takes one person to create, hence "let there be light" or "let the earth bring forth trees etc" but it take a MALE and FEMALE to PROcreate, hence "let US create man in our image..." MALE and FEMALE, Elohim created them...I think the creator here had a female consort which is why he had to ask him - honey now let us have children. "God's image" is very ambiguous and pretty much every Christian has a different understanding but if I stick to the text in Genesis, I think Elohim (Male god and Female god) created mankind in their Male and Female image. This will also explain the fact that Elohim is pural, or gods.
- Christian (8/7/2016 10:33:12 AM) []

#27 Comment on Psalms 69:31

- SANDRA (9/29/2015 10:39:09 AM)

#28 Comment on Psalms 91:4
I was wondering why the english translation of the chinese version says: His faithfulness shall be as the size of his shield.
- David Decker (9/20/2016 2:22:44 AM)

#29 Comment on Isaiah 45:7
Ummm none
- Trolled (7/4/2014 1:38:51 PM)

#30 Comment on 1 Kings 16:34
Bethelite -Inhabitant of bethel-(House of God )
- Amy hema (1/11/2016 3:41:29 AM)

#31 Comment on Mark 4:7
please comment on Mark 4:7

- patience (2/15/2015 3:11:25 PM) []

#32 Comment on Psalms 86:11
I think this is just a beautiful and complete prayer. Asking God for His full instruction so that our steps may always be in His truth while fully revering Him.
- RAW007 (12/25/2015 6:41:39 AM) []

#33 Comment on Colossians 1:15
First born means the primary of those born, not the initial. Those born does not mean those created. She who is born carries with her essence of the one who bears her. He being created is made out of ingredients and the substance is there but not the essence. Khavvah was first named ishah because she came out of ish. The man is named red clay.

Before that was the Son. He is hayah as light (John 1) by YHWH who is hayahed all by self.

These are the first things we are told in the book that is not biology or physics but does not confuse biology and physics.

Who has seen the One born has seen the One bearing. Look at the primary One, then, later, you can see "the image" in the lesser born.
- Rick (7/9/2016 8:17:19 AM)

#34 Comment on Genesis 6:4
There were giants in the earth in those days; In the king James it has a semicolon others do not. Yet the use of the semicolon means more than a comma which is right to use here?
- Larry (4/10/2016 9:21:33 PM)

#35 Comment on John 1:18
"in the bosom of the Father" is an intimate image where an honored guest reclines at supper: Luk 16:23 And in hell he lift up his eyes, being in torments, and seeth Abraham afar off, and Lazarus in his bosom.

- WoundedEgo (1/11/2016 12:24:09 PM)

#36 Comment on 1 Corinthians 11:19
No need for all these numerous copy of The Holy Bible with different versions of interpretation.
- Disciple (7/16/2016 6:12:41 AM)