What does Ephesians chapter 1 verse 4 mean?
In the book of Ephesians chapter 1 verse 4 says that we are a chosen people by god, even before god created the world . He had chosen us already.
Ephesians 1:1 is a greeting from Paul to the church and saints in Ephesus. Paul calls them "faithful in Christ Jesus" in this verse.
Leviticus chapter 13 verse 29 and 30 chapter 14 verse 19 chapter 19 verse 27 chapter 21 verse 5 1 Samuel chapter 17 verse 35 chapter 21 verse 13 2 Samuel chapter 10 verse 4 chapter 10 verse 5 chapter 19 verse 24 chapter 20 verse 9 Ezra chapter 9 verse 3 Psalm chapter 133 verse 2 Isaiah chapter 7 verse 20 chapter 15 verse 2 Jeremiah chapter 41 verse 5 chapter 48 verse 37… Read More
The word predestination is not the correct translation of the work. The word should read foreordained. Predestined means we have no chioce, while foreordained means we do have a choice to become children of God and adopted back into His family.
There is no verse 21 in chapter 31 of 1 Samuel.
Chapter 1, verse 14
It means to beg someone to do something for you. Here the leper is requesting that Jesus heal him.
It means Jesus comes to give the message and save you .
Nothing happened. Between Verse-1 and Verse-2, there are no words.
Calvin's doctrine that the salvation or damnation of men had been determined by God since the beginning of time?
This was called the doctrine of Predestination. It also put forward the belief that everything that has happened or will happen comes from God, who is all-knowing and all-powerful. This doctrine was derived from a verse in the New Testament, Ephesians chapter 1, verse 11.
In the book of Revelation chapter 14, and verse 1) says the lamb and 144 thousand people who had their names on their heads on mount Zion. And Jesus is the lamb.
The shortest chapter in the Bible is Psalm 117, which has two verses. There are no chapters with only one verse.
Conventionally, after the book name - Proverbs - comes the chapter with a colon and the verse (s) indicated with a dash. Proverbs 1:1-2. Book of Proverbs chapter 1 verses 1 thru 2.
Quran, chapter 20, verse 1: Ta, Ha. Ø·Ù‡ Quran, chapter 36, verse 1: Ya, Seen. ÙŠØ³
In Genesis chapter 1 verse 27, when it says man was created in the image of God, it means just what it says. People are created to be just like God, to have dominion over the Earth. Answer: It points to our having a soul and free-will.
Offer thanks to God and pray for all of those in Authority. No one is in an authoritative position (good or bad behaving authorities) that God did not ordain.
Go to the Book of Romans in The Bible and read Chapter 1, verses 22 through 32.
Usually it is refered to as a verse, i.e John Chapter 1 verse 6.
Genesis chapter 6 verse 1 says mans start of wickedness.
The name " Muhammad" is mentioned in the Holy Quran for four times: 1. verse 144 of chapter 3 2. verse 40 of chapter 33 3. verse 2 of chapter 47 (The Chapter is titled with His name " Muhammad") 4. verse 29 of chapter 48 & He PBUH is mentioned once with the name " Ahmad "& many times as " prophet", "Messenger" & " Messenger of Allah"..etc.
The Holy Prophet Mohammad, Peace and Blessings be upon him, is mentioned 4 times in the Holy Quran: 1 - Aal-e-`Imran Chapter 3 : Verse 145 2 - Al-Ahzab Chapter 33 : Verse 41 3 - Muhammad Chapter 47 : Verse 3 4 - Al-Fath Chapter 48 : Verse 30
In the book of Numbers gets it name fom chapter 1 verse 26 tells us that all the people were numbered.
Christ appears 10 times in 8 verses in Ephesians Chapter 1 in the King James Version (KJV). Christ appears 12 times in 10 verses in the NIV translation so the count varies slightly depending on which translation is used.
"In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." - Genesis 1:1
The ten commandments appear first in Shmot (Exodus) in chapter 20, verse 1 and continue through verse 14. They appear again in (Devarim) Deuteronomy chapter 5, verse 6 and continue 18.
All books in the Bible have at least one chapter. There are five books in the Bible that have only one chapter (or no chapters): Obadiah Philemon 2 John 3 John Jude You would, for example, refer to the first verse in the book of Obadiah as 1:1 meaning chapter 1 and verse 1 as you would the first verse in any book of the Bible.
Ephesians addresses three questions. How can I live like the world and still be a Christian? Are some Christians automatically better and more important than I am? How can I experience Christian victory? About 60 A.D. while in prison in Rome, Paul wrote to the church at Ephesus and its neighboring churches to give them a manual for Christian living showing how the church could be unified with each member reaching the potential God intended… Read More
Joshua and judges chapter 1
It answers the question of where the world came from and who made it.
Genesis 14:1 - "And it came to pass in the days of Amraphel king of Shinar, Arioch king of Ellasar, Chedorlaomer king of Elam, and Tidal king of nations;" This verse says that something happened during the time these men were kings.
chapter 95---verse 1
1 Samuel chapter 9-10.
The very beginning; chapter 1 verses 2 through 16.
1 Samuel 25 tells of a wealthy landowner named Nabal. Verse 3 says he was surly and mean in his dealings. Later in the chapter we find he was greedy and treated his benefactors with contempt. Also, in verse 25, his wife says he is a fool.
A: The prophet Micah was active in the rural area known as the Shephelah during the later part of the eighth century and the early seventh century BCE. Verse 5:1 portrays a siege, possibly one that may have occurred in 701 BCE.
Hosea chapter 1 verse 1 states Hosea was the author.
Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be afraid; do not be discouraged, for the LORD your God will be with you wherever you go." Joshua 1:9
It's a bible reference. 2nd book of Timothy, chapter 1, verse 1-14. If you're asking what the meaning of this passage is, please address this to the appropriate category.
"You will be with child and give birth to a son, and you are to give him the name Jesus."
The passage sets out the monotheistic nature of Israel's faith and the importance and blessings of obedience to God's commandments especially the command to love Him.
This was an attempt to reign in rampant divorce. It was not the ideal, as Christ later pointed out and reinstituted, but made it more difficult than the practice at the time of divorcing at will.
Why does Nehemiah chapter 1 verse 1 say hachaliah was Nehemiah's father and Nehemiah chapter 3 verse 16 say that azbuk was his father?
It's a different Nehemiah mention in Ch. 3 Verse 16, apparently he's the ruler of the half part of Bethzur which Nehemiah (the writer of the book) is not. So just a different Nehemiah.
In order to understand proverbs chapter 1 verse 17 you need to read a couple versus before it and a couple after it. The passage is warning us not to get mixed up with people are purposely hurting others. Verse 17 in the message bible says "No one robs a bank with everyone looking". Verse 19 says "When you grab all you can get, that's what happens: the more you get, the less you are."… Read More
This is generally regarded to be St Stephen, who was stoned to death following his conversion to Christianity (called 'the Way' in those days). His execution is recorded in the Bible in Acts chapter 7 verse 54 to chapter 8 verse 1.
chapter 3 verse 1 - 3
Cain. Genesis chapter 4 verse 1.
It means god is going to bless you abundantly
It appears you are using a 'Reference or Study Bible' which has explanations on the bottom of each page that adds information about a verse noted. In your question, Isaiah chapter 8 verse 22 ends this chapter and chapter 9:1 or verse 1 begins. Concerning the ch 530 it refers to the word 'darkness' in Isaiah 8:22 and says to go to Isaiah 5:30 or verse 30 in chapter 5 to see the other usage… Read More
New King James Version Oh, give thanks to the Lord, for He is good! For His mercy endures forever.
The chapter and verse in the NIV bible that delcares gory to god in the highest is psalms 19:1. A more complete quote is "The heavens declare the glory of God; and the firmanent sheweth his handywork."
The "full armor of God" occurs in Paul's letter to the Ephesians, chapter 6 (Ephesians 6:10-17). Paul also gives similar ideas in 1 Thessalonians 5:8 and perhaps e lsewhere.