Joseph writes, "I wrote the above paragraph because it also has to do with the Parasha, [which] deals with leadership and transfer of authority and sharing authority."
Rev. David Pileggi on Pentecost Sunday asks and then answers the questions, “What truth do we need to learn from the passage?” and “What is the outreach and mission as described in John’s gospel?"
Howard writes, "I was saved when I finally realized that my hope for a better world was going to be the Lord Jesus Christ coming back to make this world right, according to the prophetic Word of God that He has given us in the Bible. "
Moran writes, "This week’s scripture portion is quite well known, but has some unfortunate mistranslations in the English versions."
Dan and Dalia write, "The lack of fear of God may also keep us away from God. Yet the New Covenant, which has been carved on our heart, gives us guidance, wisdom and hope!"
Elhanan writes, "A devout friend who has since left this world told me not long before he died that he took no pleasure from anything in this world... Was he correct in his conclusion?"
"When the Lord delivered the Children of Israel from Egypt, His desire was to bring them to a place of rest. The condition of their hearts prevented them from entering into that place of rest, and even God’s commands turned into a burden."
Daniel writes, "Philippians is one of the prison epistles of Paul and as a prisoner, he did not know whether he would live or die. At such a time, a person would write what is of upper most importance to a congregation that he planted at great cost."
"Every person that Yeshua raised from the dead eventually died again. There is a big difference between a resurrection and resuscitation."
Eric writes, "Within the folds of the Christian Bible, is a subliminal message that has had a dramatic effect upon those who believe in all 66 books of the Bible."