Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our affliction, so that we may be able to comfort those who are in any affliction, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God. John 14:1-31 "Let not your hearts be troubled.
Nov 14, 2012 · The Bible doesn’t talk about abortion, but it does say when a human being’s life begins. Genesis 2:7 is clearest. The first human became a “living being” (nefesh hayah, “a living breath”) when God blew into its nostrils and it started to breathe. Human life begins when you start breathing, biblical writers thought.
Jun 08, 2012 · (3) punitive-God sometimes comes to punish us for doing wrong and fort. disobeying Him. (4) destructive-God comes to pour out His wrath, because we have forsaken. Him. As you see in what I have just said, "God Moments" can be either positive, or negative, either for our good, or for our bad. In the Bible we see that God
Commentary Barnes' Notes Bengel's Gnomon Benson Commentary Biblical Illustrator Calvin's Commentaries Cambridge Bible Chrysostom Homilies Clarke's Commentary Darby's International Standard Version But God chose what is nonsense in the world to make the wise feel ashamed.
In the Hebrew Bible, the covenant (Hebrew: berit) is the formal agreement between Yhwh and the people of Israel and Judah, in which each agrees to a set of obligations toward the other. Hagar. Hagar, the African mother of many nations, who saw and named God, was enslaved, impregnated, abandoned, and liberated by Sarah and Abraham.
But God’s response to Job's loyalty went so viral that it ended up in the bible as a live example of how God rewards faithfulness and true faith. Job didn’t name it and claim it. He didn’t ...
A true miracle is an event in the external world brought about by the immediate agency or the simple volition of God, operating without the use of means capable of being discerned by the senses, and designed to authenticate the divine commission of a religious teacher and the truth of his message (John 2:18; Matthew 12:38).
Despite the fact that man is separated from God, the Bible says very little about it, mostly because the writers of the Bible assume it to be so since the separation of God and man at the very beginning of the Book (Genesis 3:22-24). Everyone who reads the Bible with any kind of understanding recognizes that man and God are not on the same ...
In fact, this phrase is used to describe God’s activity in nearly every great salvation story in the Bible. It is the perfect phrase for highlighting God’s grace against the dark backdrop of human sin. “But God” marks God’s relentless, merciful interventions in human history.