Monday, September 24, 2007


In reference to "Life as we see it's" question regarding "Did Jesus actually feel pain when the nails went into his hands?" the Biblical support is numerous however a simple way to prove this is: John 1:1-14 these scriptures clearly show us that though Jesus being of the same substance and nature of God transformed himself into an earthen fleshly vessel. ah but then you might say "every matter should be established by 2 or more witnesses", ok... we could also look at the prophetic Psalm 88 versus' 4 and 15. and Hebrews 4:15 I hope these sufficiently answer your question :)

Godslovechangedeverything asked "how does a man *practically* love his wife the way Jesus loved the church? " This is easy and difficult, easy because it is clearly and specifically mentioned in 1 Cor 13., but we also see 1 cor 7:13 and more in Eph 5:23;33 if you want more paractical than these I would say 1st as a man make sure you know your role 2nd Love your wife like 1 cor 13 and think about her everyday during your day 3rd listen to your wife she is a fountain of wisdom that springs forth inventive ideas, knowledge, and encouragements more precious than fine gold. and last but definitely not least Die to your flesh.
Jen asked "He descended into hell and on the 3rd day He rose again. Is that at all Biblical? Yes Where does that idea come from, the descending into hell? Eph 4:9-10 mainly, but the idea of "the Pit" or "SHeol" etc. is all over the old and new testament. But i think if you start with this scripture you will be on a good start. oh and Eph 6:12, then read Col 2:15 and that should be it.
Thank you all for your questions keep them coming this is fun.


Tami said...

Dear Miss Manners:

What is the statute of limitations on sending a thank-you card?

Thankful, but Unpunctual

I Ravish His Heart said...

Hey Jeffy, Here's a question that a kid at school asked me today. We were talking about marriage and how you should be married before you have sex. She said," Well Adam & Eve couldn't have been married, they were the only ones on the earth." So what would something to "combat" this statement with?

KnowYourGod said...

Tami, God has given us the ministry of reconciliation, so in this case i would biblically say never:)

Tami said...

I hope my little joke wasn't lost on ya there. ;)

God's Love Changed Everything said...

Tami- I tried to tell him.....