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For the grace of God has appeared for the salvation of all men, training us to renounce irreligion and worldly passions, and to live sober, upright, and godly lives in this world, awaiting our blessed hope, the appearing of the glory of our great God and Savior Jesus Christ - Titus 2:11-13


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revised What is the significance of the name “Jesus”?
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Sep
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comment Why was Yeshoua interpreted as Jesus in the new Testament
@DanAndrews You just did it. That's what I wanted. It put more light to what [Affable Geek] has said. Thanks.
Sep
15
asked Why was Yeshoua interpreted as Jesus in the new Testament
Sep
15
answered What is the significance of the name “Jesus”?
Sep
8
comment Who was Pharaoh when Moses lived in Egypt?
@Mike_ You've done a good job here
Sep
7
asked Who was Pharaoh when Moses lived in Egypt?
Sep
6
comment What practical effect do stock worship phrases, like “God be magnified”, have?
"Stock Worship"? I don't even know what it means. Google couldn't help too. Maybe we should remove the "Stock" to keep it simple english :)
Sep
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Sep
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comment Why is Jesus at the center of everything
Am also interested more in the old testament reference, pre-earth and other relevant reference than the new testament. Jesus is everywhere in the new testament
Sep
5
comment Why is Jesus at the center of everything
It is also claimed that the fourth person in the furnace where Abednego et al was thrown, was Jesus.
Sep
5
comment Why is Jesus at the center of everything
@Jim G. There is: ...For they [Israelites] drank from the spiritual Rock that followed them, and the Rock was Christ I Corithians 10:4. If you remember where Moses gave the Israelites from the rock
Sep
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revised Why is Jesus at the center of everything
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asked Why is Jesus at the center of everything
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revised Why has God never spoken to me?
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accepted Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
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comment Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
The last paragraph is very very true.
Aug
30
comment Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
"If, however, our anger leads us to sinful actions or attitudes (bitterness for example), then we should be quick to recognize that our anger is no longer God honoring" Nice one
Aug
30
comment Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
Really! He must have taken his decision the day before and his actions were well calculated not just an arbitrary anger. Good Point
Aug
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comment Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
@DJClayworth I agreed that the way I earlier framed my question put Jesus' action under scrutiny. All I was concerned is if we act this way, can we be justified.
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revised Jesus got angry in the temple - should we do that too?
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