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1 what does it mean to pray amiss Answer Bible general Beja Fri 08/22/14, 3:58pm 241117
  That would be the KJV version of James 4:3

Blessings, Beja
2 What miracles of Jesus are in all 4 Gosp Answer NT general DocTrinsograce Thu 08/21/14, 4:26pm 241114
  Hi, Jerome...

Welcome to the forum!

You might find a gospel harmony helpful. Try this one:

http://biblehub.com/parallelgospels/

Build a table of each miracle, check marking them for each gospel. Then come back to us and tell us what you learned.

In Him, Doc
3 Why isn't it a capital His? Note Ps 130:8 sharsmit Thu 08/21/14, 3:16pm 241112
  Thanks so much for the explanation!
4 Why isn't it a capital His? Note Ps 130:8 Beja Thu 08/21/14, 10:53am 241110
  Sharsmit,

Absolutely. Israel is a masculine noun, so it is grammatically necessary for it to be a masculine pronoun. Anytime you see Israel referred to in a feminine sense is purely for poetical reasons when she is meant to be portrayed as God's bride or something along that nature.

In Christ, Beja
5 Act of Judgment Note Luke 6:26 azurelaw Thu 08/21/14, 9:48am 241109
  Sad indeed!!!

Habakkuuk 3:2

Shalom
Azure
6 Why isn't it a capital His? Note Ps 130:8 sharsmit Thu 08/21/14, 8:56am 241108
  Thanks. It's still isn't clear to me. Is Israel ever referred to as "his" elsewhere? Seems as if I've heard Israel referred to as "her," but I'm not positive.
7 Why isn't it a capital His? Answer Ps 130:8 Beja Thu 08/21/14, 8:00am 241107
  Sharsmit,

We are speaking about this verse, no?

"And he will redeem Israel from all his iniquities."

It would be safe to say that the "his iniquities" refers to the iniquities of Israel.

In Christ, Beja
8 Act of Judgment Note Luke 6:26 DocTrinsograce Wed 08/20/14, 4:55pm 241105
  "The greatest act of judgment that God can pour out on a people is being poured out on America, and it is this: He's taken away the knowledge of God, and He's closed the mouth of those who are supposed to be speaking for Him. So that little boys lead us with their silly little ideas and we like it that way, because we really do want our best life now." --Paul Washer
9 Psalm 130:8 Answer Ps 130:8 DocTrinsograce Wed 08/20/14, 4:20pm 241104
  Hi, Sharsmit...

Welcome to the forum!

In grammar, pronouns always have an antecedent; that is, a previously used noun to which the pronoun refers. Read verse 7. Who is the one doing the redeeming?

In Him, Doc
10 what does this mean Answer John 1:1 DocTrinsograce Wed 08/20/14, 3:49pm 241102
  Hi, Novomix...

Welcome to the forum!

This is the declaration of the eternal divinity of Christ. It tells us that He is the eternal God come in the flesh (1 Timothy 3;16). This is an essential doctrine to Christianity -- without it, nothing of Christianity stands. Furthermore, John is telling us that Christ is the eternal wisdom and will of God; i.e., that He is the Speech; the very revelation of all truth and creation.

In Him, Doc
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