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Question by Pamela Mangum

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What is the order of wood referring to as far as it being laid. Abraham also laid the wood in order before the sacrificial act of preparing Issac.

1 Kings 18:1 - 46

May 06 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Pamela Mangum

What does laying the wood in order mean?

What is the order of wood referring to as far as it being laid. Abraham also laid the wood in order before the sacrificial act of preparing Issac.

1 Kings 18:1 - 46

May 06 2013 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Apache Martinez

Who was the voice that was talking?

Revelation 4:1 - 11

May 06 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Apache Martinez

Who was the voice that was talking in Revelation 4:1-11?

Revelation 4:1 - 11

3 Votes May 06 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Question by Charles Smith

Where is matthew 17:21?

Matthew 17:20

1 Vote May 06 2013 Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Where is Matthew 17:21?

Some old Bible manuscripts mention verse 21 but many of the more authoritative sources don't (Codex Sinaiticus, Code Vaticanus etc.). The translators behind...

May 06 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Charles Smith

Where is Matthew 17:21?

Matthew 17:20

5 Votes May 06 2013 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Question by Matthew Parr

What about repeated sin?

I have found I have struggled with repeated sin. It is deep it is dark. It is destructive. In short it has destroyed my life.

Romans 8:1

May 06 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Matthew Parr

What about repeated sin?

I have found I have struggled with repeated sin. It is deep it is dark. It is destructive. In short it has destroyed my life.

Romans 8:1

7 Votes May 06 2013 8 Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Jeff Mikres

What can I do to receive Jesus as my personal savior?

1. Admit you are a sinner. That's easy. 2. Believe Jesus came was crucified for you and resurrected from the dead. 3. Confess your sins to Jesus and ask...

May 06 2013 1 Comments 6 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Jerry Guinn , Retired 30-yr church A/V Producer; IT

What is a Coney?

If I remember correctly, a 'coney' is a rabbit or hare.

May 06 2013 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Michael Sisson

What is a Coney?

Actually, "Coney Island" does draw its name from it's fuzzy little inhabitants.

May 06 2013 1 Comments 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Victoria Beatty

How do I obtain genuine love for those who seek to destroy me?

The only thing that has ever helped me to forgive someone that hurts me is to find a spot away from everyone, kneel before God and cry out my pain, anger,...

May 04 2013 11 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Myrtle Maness

How does one commune with a lukewarm Christian?

Gal. 6:1 is a good answer. We are told in other scriptures to not to eat with workers of darkness. However, we need to speak with them and urge them to...

May 04 2013 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Is there something significant about HOW the sower is planting his seeds?

The good news - the message of salvation by Jesus, through Jesus, is meant for all of humanity, regardless of race (Jews or Gentiles), age, gender or wealth....

May 03 2013 Follow Vote Up

Question by Viki Balsamo

Is there something significant about HOW the sower is planting his seeds?

He seems to be doing it half-hazardly like he doesn't care where the seeds land. How do we apply this to how we share our faith? Are we supposed to do it hal...

Matthew 13:1 - 9

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