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Results from: Answered Primary (Initial) Bible Questions
On or After: Thu 02/19/15 Ordered by Date
Results Type Verse Author Date ID#
1 how can we avoid loving the world? (?)Answered 1 John lilhaute Thu 03/5/15, 1:51pm 242037
  how can we avoid loving the world?
2 atonement and remission (?)Answered Matt 26:28 ranny Fri 02/27/15, 5:29am 242016
  What is the difference between atonement and remission of sin.
3 Joel 2: 26-27 "Shame" -- Holocaust? (?)Answered Joel kenin Thu 02/26/15, 1:39pm 242011
  Joel 2: 26-27 "Shame" Would the Holocaust be considered shameful?
4 Sacking of Jerusalem by Romans in view? (?)Answered James 5:7 Huron Sat 02/21/15, 10:29am 241990
  In this text I see James meaning God the Father when he uses "Lord," and the coming of the Lord being the destruction of Jerusalem in the year 70 A.D. as prophesied by Jesus in Matthew chapter 24. Anyone else ever come to this conclusion?
5 Why present tense used in Isiah 53:4-5 (?)Answered Bible general Bob777 Fri 02/20/15, 6:10pm 241986
  In Isiah 53:4-5 it says: “…by his stripes we
are healed.” Present tense is used here.

1 Peter 2:24 it says: “…by whose stripes
ye were healed.” Past tense is used here.

I’m guessing 1 Peter 2:24 uses past tense since
Jesus’s atonement had already been done to
provide for salvation and healing.
Is that right?

Since the attonement hasn’t happened yet in
Isiah 53:4-5, why is present tense used?
6 jobs suffering (?)Answered Job zeagle50 Fri 02/20/15, 3:31pm 241983
  hello,
thanks for the help in answering my question.
I read the book of job, and am having a hard time understanding,

if job was blameless, upright, fearing God and turning away from evil, why did god test him so harshly?
It sounds like job was a good person, and I don't understand why god would allow all that happened to job.
It almost seems like god was cruel by allowing satin to torture job?

I know it was probably a test for job, but he really suffered a lot.

thank you



 
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