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Jesus sees His father with his face turned away from the cross where can you find this scripture or scriptures?
It's mentioned a couple times in the gospels (beginning books of the new testament) that Jesus cried out that His Father (God) had forsaken Him. It may say somewhere in …some translation that Jesus saw His Father with His face turned from the cross, but I have never read that. Here are a few verses and different translations that might relate to what you are thinking... Matthew 27:46 New International Version: "About the ninth hour Jesus cried out in a loud voice, 'Eloi, Eloi, lama sabachthani?' - which means, 'My God, my God, why have You forsaken me?'" The Message [verses 45-46]: "From noon to three, the whole earth was dark. Around mid-afternoon Jesus groaned out of the depths, crying loudly, 'Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?" which means, "My God, my God, why have you abandoned me?'" Amplified: "And about the ninth hour (three o'clock) Jesus cried with a loud voice, Eli, Eli, lama sabachthani?--that is, My God, My God, why have You abandoned Me [leaving Me helpless, forsaking and failing Me in My need]?" Or there is Mark 15:34 which says basically the same exact thing as Matthew. Luke and John give similar stories. You may also want to look at other translations in Mark or Matthew. Try going to www.BibleGateway.com and look up these verses in whatever translation you wish.
Nowhere; that is not in the Bible. Maybe another religious text, but not the Bible. That I KNOW for sure that is not in the Bible if that is what you were referring to.…...
regaurdless what people may say jesus said it will come as a thief in the night he also said no man knows the hour not even him only the father in heaven knows
You are only ready if you have been forgiven of your sins. The only way to get that is to know Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Without him you will be going to Hell once… you die.
He 'came back' (was resurrected) to fulfill prophecy and continue to do God's will. History: Mankind was created to live forever on earth.(Genesis 2:15-17). Adam lost life fo…r us. God sent a redeemer...a savior...to rescue us from sin and death. (Genesis 3:15), (1 Timothy 2:5&6) *Adam was a perfect man(Genesis 1:31), son of God (Luke 3:38), who turned away from God, thus becoming sinful(Genesis 3:3&6). He was also the 'father' of everyone on earth, so his sin brought sickness and death to ALL his descendants (us).(Romans 5:12) *Jesus was a perfect man(Hebrews 4:14&15), son of God (Matthew 16:16),who remained FAITHFUL to God, remaining perfect. He REPLACED Adam as 'father' of humanity, (1 Corinthians 15:45&47)and by exercising faith in HIM as God's son and our savior,(John 6:29) we can gain back everlasting life. (John 17:3), (John 3:16) Jesus died as a 'corresponding ransom' for Adam. After he'd offered his perfect life to God, as a sacrifice for us, his resurrection showed that God can overcome even death(Acts 13:32&33), and that there will be a resurrection of MANY MANY people after his judgment period. (Acts 17:31NAS) " . .because He has fixed a day in which He will judge the world in righteousness through a Man whom He has appointed, having furnished proof to all men by raising Him from the dead.." (Acts 24:15)(John 5:28+29) Because of his faithfulness to God his father(John 20:17), Jesus is now King in God's Kingdom.(Luke 1:32&33)(John 18:36)
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1 Corinthians 12:18-27
None. The common assumption is forty (or thirty-nine), after the custom of the times, but nowhere does Scripture state a specific number.
None. The very opposite is true. Mark 9:33-35 - Then He came to Capernaum. And when He was in the house He asked them, "What was it you disputed among yourselves on the road?…" But they kept silent, for on the road they had disputed among themselves who would be the greatest. And He sat down, called the twelve, and said to them, "If anyone desires to be first, he shall be last of all and servant of all." In Luke's gospel, this point is recorded just before Jesus confers upon them His church: Luke 22:24-30 - Now there was also a dispute among them, as to which of them should be considered the greatest. And He said to them, "The kings of the Gentiles exercise lordship over them, and those who exercise authority over them are called 'benefactors.' But not so among you; on the contrary, he who is greatest among you, let him be as the younger, and he who governs as he who serves. For who is greater, he who sits at the table, or he who serves? Is it not he who sits at the table? Yet I am among you as the One who serves. But you are those who have continued with Me in My trials. And I bestow upon you a kingdom, just as My Father bestowed one upon Me, that you may eat and drink at My table in My kingdom, and sit on thrones judging the twelve tribes of Israel." Jesus then lamented Peter's impending temptation (the three denials) and presented him as specific example of weakness and failure to follow up on intent, yet forgiveness and redemption nonetheless. Verses 31-34 are not an endorsement of Peter as a future leader, but a precognitive example of Jesus' mercy toward him who repents as encouragement to the ages. [Quotes from NKJV]
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You can find it in the book written by Paul the apostles chapter 5 verse 27.
In Jesus Christ
Psalm 106 Good News Translation (GNT) The Lord's Goodness to His People 106 Praise the Lord! Give thanks to the Lord, because he is good; hi…s love is eternal. 2 Who can tell all the great things he has done? Who can praise him enough? 3 Happy are those who obey his commands, who always do what is right. 4 Remember me, Lord, when you help your people; include me when you save them. 5 Let me see the prosperity of your people and share in the happiness of your nation, in the glad pride of those who belong to you. 6 We have sinned as our ancestors did; we have been wicked and evil. 7 Our ancestors in Egypt did not understand God's wonderful acts; they forgot the many times he showed them his love, and they rebelled against the Almighty[a] at the Red Sea. 8 But he saved them, as he had promised, in order to show his great power. 9 He gave a command to the Red Sea, and it dried up; he led his people across on dry land. 10 He saved them from those who hated them; he rescued them from their enemies. 11 But the water drowned their enemies; not one of them was left. 12 Then his people believed his promises and sang praises to him. 13 But they quickly forgot what he had done and acted without waiting for his advice. 14 They were filled with craving in the desert and put God to the test; 15 so he gave them what they asked for, but also sent a terrible disease among them. 16 There in the desert they were jealous of Moses and of Aaron, the Lord's holy servant. 17 Then the earth opened up and swallowed Dathan and buried Abiram and his family; 18 fire came down on their followers and burned up those wicked people. 19 They made a gold bull-calf at Sinai and worshiped that idol; 20 they exchanged the glory of God for the image of an animal that eats grass. 21 They forgot the God who had saved them by his mighty acts in Egypt. 22 What wonderful things he did there! What amazing things at the Red Sea! 23 When God said that he would destroy his people, his chosen servant, Moses, stood up against God and kept his anger from destroying them. 24 Then they rejected the pleasant land, because they did not believe God's promise. 25 They stayed in their tents and grumbled and would not listen to the Lord. 26 So he have them a solemn warning that he would make them die in the desert 27 and scatter their descendants among the heathen, letting them die in foreign countries. 28 Then at Peor, God's people joined in the worship of Baal and ate sacrifices offered to dead gods. 29 They stirred up the Lord's anger by their actions, and a terrible disease broke out among them. 30 But Phinehas stood up and punished the guilty, and the plague was stopped. 31 This has been remembered in his favor ever since and will be for all time to come. 32 At the springs of Meribah the people made the Lord angry, and Moses was in trouble on their account. 33 They made him so bitter that he spoke without stopping to think. 34 They did not kill the heathen, as the Lord had commanded them to do, 35 but they intermarried with them and adopted their pagan ways. 36 God's people worshiped idols, and this caused their destruction. 37 They offered their own sons and daughters as sacrifices to the idols of Canaan. 38 They killed those innocent children, and the land was defiled by those murders. 39 They made themselves impure by their actions and were unfaithful to God. 40 So the Lord was angry with his people; he was disgusted with them. 41 He abandoned them to the power of the heathen, and their enemies ruled over them. 42 They were oppressed by their enemies and were in complete subjection to them. 43 Many times the Lord rescued his people, but they chose to rebel against him and sank deeper into sin. 44 Yet the Lord heard them when they cried out, and he took notice of their distress. 45 For their sake he remembered his covenant, and because of his great love he relented. 46 He made all their oppressors feel sorry for them. 47 Save us, O Lord our God, and bring us back from among the nations, so that we may be thankful and praise your holy name. 48 Praise the Lord, the God of Israel; praise him now and forever! Let everyone say, "Amen!" Psalm 27 New King James Version (NKJV) A Psalm of David. 27 The Lord is my light and my salvation; Whom shall I fear? The Lord is the strength of my life; Of whom shall I be afraid? 2 When the wicked came against me To eat up my flesh, My enemies and foes, They stumbled and fell. 3 Though an army may encamp against me, My heart shall not fear; Though war may rise against me, In this I will be confident. 4 One thing I have desired of the Lord, That will I seek: That I may dwell in the house of the Lord All the days of my life, To behold the beauty of the Lord, And to inquire in His temple. 5 For in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion; In the secret place of His tabernacle He shall hide me; He shall set me high upon a rock. 6 And now my head shall be lifted up above my enemies all around me; Therefore I will offer sacrifices of joy in His tabernacle; I will sing, yes, I will sing praises to the Lord. 7 Hear, O Lord, when I cry with my voice! Have mercy also upon me, and answer me. 8 When You said, "Seek My face," My heart said to You, "Your face, Lord, I will seek." 9 Do not hide Your face from me; Do not turn Your servant away in anger; You have been my help; Do not leave me nor forsake me, O God of my salvation. 10 When my father and my mother forsake me, Then the Lord will take care of me. 11 Teach me Your way, O Lord, And lead me in a smooth path, because of my enemies. 12 Do not deliver me to the will of my adversaries; For false witnesses have risen against me, And such as breathe out violence. 13 I would have lost heart, unless I had believed That I would see the goodness of the Lord In the land of the living. 14 Wait on the Lord; Be of good courage, And He shall strengthen your heart; Wait, I say, on the Lord!
He is already sorting it out thanks to help from Pope Benedict who has fired or asked to resign those bishops who tried to protect the abusers. Now, how will Jesus sort out al…l the sexual abuse in the Protestant and Jewish religions which equals or exceeds the problems in Catholicism?
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There is no scripture that deals with Jesus going to hell to get the keys to the kingdom. When Jesus said (Matt. 16:17-19) that he was giving Peter the keys to the kingdom o…f heaven, he was using a metaphor, not referring to literal keys. Jesus was declaring that Peter would be the one to bring the good news to the people, and explain to the people how they could go to heaven. That prophecy was fulfilled at Pentecost, when Peter preached the gospel to thousands of people, and large numbers accepted his message. Some years later, Peter again demonstrated that Jesus had given him the power of "binding and loosing" when Peter established (under the power of the Holy Spirit working in him) the rule that non-Jews could enter the kingdom of heaven without being required to accept the Jewish law, or to become Jewish proselytes.
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Certainly not in the Bible Another Answer: Scripture notes Jesus had four brothers and at least 2 sisters here: Matthew 13:55-56New King James Version (NKJV) 55… Is this not the carpenter's son? Is not His mother called Mary? And His brothers James, Joses, Simon, and Judas?56 And His sisters, are they not all with us? Where then did this Man get all these things?"