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Answer by Kelli Hamann , Pastor's Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, Writer, Cellist

What does neighbor mean in the Bible?

Here is Strong's definition of "neighbor" in the original Greek: 1) a neighbour a) a friend b) any other person, and where two are concerned, the other (thy...

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Answer by Kelli Hamann , Pastor's Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, Writer, Cellist

Is there significance to Jesus using the word "little" in Luke 12:32?

Here is Strong's definition for the Greek word used for "little": mikros | | mikroteros mik-rot'-er-os apparently a primary word; small (in size, quantity,...

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Answer by My Cup Overflows

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

I have really appreciated everyone's thoughts on this verse. Each of you had a nugget for me to think on and most of you hit the subject squarely and head...

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Answer by Chuck Smith Jr , Soul-shaper

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

Given the context of Luke's gospel and that of this conversation and specific event, it does not seem to me that what Luke had in mind was "saving...

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Answer by Willie Washington

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

Being a part of the "elect" does not guarantee safety from failure. The devil desired Peter as he did Job; but it was up to Job to decide how he would...

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Answer by Fanny Essamuah

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

If you read the verse before, it says in Luke 22:31 KJV And the Lord said, Simon, Simon, behold, Satan hath desired to have you, that he may sift you as...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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When Jesus said that he would be in the earth 3 days and 3 nights, how is this accomplished between Friday evening and Sunday morning?

[Adding this as an alternate answer based on comments in the first answer provided.] Jesus was crucified on Wednesday. This is based on the reference in John...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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When Jesus said that he would be in the earth 3 days and 3 nights, how is this accomplished between Friday evening and Sunday morning?

The sign of Jonah as mentioned by Jesus in Matthew 12:39-40 refers to Jesus being crucified and died on Friday and rose up again on Sunday. Jewish speech...

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Answer by Phenyo Mathale , I Hallelujah my GOD

Is there significance to Jesus using the word "little" in Luke 12:32?

The little shows our vulnerability to fleshly matters

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Answer by Leon Penny , Minister, Retired medical practioner. Special interest in

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

Jesus sees all of us as we are, even Peter. Peter had a history of failing faith. Remember when he looked away from Jesus while walking on water. He sunk....

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Answer by Jesse Mcdowell

Why do so many of us still struggle with temptation and desires to sin if we're not controlled by our sinful nature anymore?

We are all born with a sin nature. When we are born again by the power of God through Faith in Jesus he gives us His Spirit nature. Now we have two natures...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

What does neighbor mean in the Bible?

Next time you're cut off while driving down the road by a rude driver... that's your neighbor. Next time you see a homeless person on the side of the...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

Because being part of the "elect" does not make you any less human and capable of falling into sin. If that were the case, then I don't think any one living...

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Answer by Edward Hunter

What does neighbor mean in the Bible?

I think I'm doing well, because I always try to do unto others as I would have them do unto me. However, the Almighty will be the final judge of that. I...

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Answer by Michael Rice

If Peter was part of the elect, why would Jesus pray that his faith would not fail?

Jesus did not want Peter to "fail" to have faith in His ability and willingness to forgive him and restore him. Jesus knows that we will always fail in some...

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Answer by Michael Owens

How was the Bible itself put together and by whom?

All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness 2 Timothy 3:16...

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Answer by Cheryl Cole

How does one know if God is fighting those that try to make it hard for His children?

I think God is leaving the fighting to us.....but our weapons are not worldly but spiritual and mighty and our enemy is not people but spirits and...

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