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I like to study the bible, to find the true meaning in the scriptures.


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comment Did Jesus read minds or perceive them?
Good answer! you may wish to ponder, biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Luke+8%3A45&version=KJV One has to ask-"Why did Jesus not know."
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accepted Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
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revised Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
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comment Did Jesus read minds or perceive them?
The text is probably saying that "Jesus could see through people," in the same way as you might say "i can see what you are thinking."
Dec
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revised Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
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revised Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
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comment Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
Your feedback is very helpful.Worth pondering is the fact that the baby leaped for joy in Elizabeth's womb BEFORE Elizabeth had been filled with the Holy Spirit.
Dec
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comment Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
Interesting reading! you say "What is clear to me, however, is that the one event--the "leaping"--seemed to trigger Elizabeth's reaction."- So would you agree that the "leap of joy" was prompted by the Holy Spirit? and not just by Mary's words reaching Elizabeth's ears? How else would Elizabeth have understood the feeling of joy when kicked by the baby.
Dec
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comment Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
@David-You are not sure it is a fruitful question! I think there is "food for thought" in there.But i could be wrong?
Dec
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asked Did the baby “leap” in Elizabeth's womb when Mary greeted Elizabeth because of “the fruit of the Spirit.”
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comment Does Babylon get 'attacked twice' on the 'Day of the Lord.'
@Tau, Just found your comment.I would appreciate your answer when you have time.
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comment According to the original Hebrew, how did Moses's Red sea crossing look?
Also regarding the first bullet it is written- "You blew with Your wind, the sea covered them; they sank like lead in the powerful WATERS. Who is like You among the powerful, O Lord? Who is like You, powerful in the holy place? Too awesome for praises, performing wonders! You inclined Your right hand; the EARTH swallowed them up." see here-hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/8221/…
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comment What or who is 'the god of the earth' Revelation 11:4?
You may find this helpful- hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/1603/…
Nov
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comment Why does John not participate properly in worship in the book of Revelation?
In Rev 1:17 John saw "one like the son of man." He did not know that it was Jesus until "after" he had fallen at his feet as dead, and it was then Jesus revealed his identity to John.
Nov
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comment According to the original Hebrew, how did Moses's Red sea crossing look?
Interesting question, see here for related. hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/8018/…
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comment In light of this scripture how does this fit in with a dispensational hermeneutic if this is the first resurrection?
Related- Does Christ return to Heaven after the thousand year reign, and then return to earth after the seventh trumpet?
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comment Why was crocodile (תנין) from Exodus 7:10 translated as snake or serpent?
Related ? hermeneutics.stackexchange.com/questions/11484/…
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comment What are the arguments used by literal interpreters of Ezekiel's temple (Ezek. 40-48)?
Excellent question which i hope receives an answer.