Jesus Is Coming For Those Who Are Looking For Him?

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 messages have been sent.Likes The total number of votes received: 1,110 Religion: Christian Country: United States of America Jesus is on the verge of returning for those who are on the lookout for Him.″.Are you looking forward to Jesus’ imminent return (rapture = catching up) or are you concerned about being left behind?He will come a second time, without guilt, to all who seek him, bringing redemption to everyone who seek him ″ (Hebrews 9:28).Our Lord Jesus Christ returns with all of his saints=at the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all of his saints 1 4:16,17 Thess 4:16,17 For the Lord himself will come down from heaven with a shout, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ will rise first; and then we who are alive and remain will be caught up together with them in the clouds, to meet the Lord in the air: and so we shall always be with the Lord in the air.

5:7 (James 5:7) Because of this, be patient, brethren, awaiting the coming of the Lord.Observe how the farmer patiently awaits the valuable fruit of the land, which he will not obtain until he receives both the early and late rains, as shown in this illustration.(8) Be patient, and strengthen your hearts, since the day of the Lord is drawing near.1 Thessalonians 3:13 is a biblical passage.

  1. Up to and including the point that he may establish your hearts blameless in purity before God, even before our Father, at the return of our Lord Jesus Christ and all of the saints.
  2. The day of judgment will not come upon you like a thief if you are awake and aware of what is going on.
  3. (5) You are all children of light, and you are all children of the day: we are not children of the night, nor are we children of the darkness.

In order to avoid falling asleep like others, let us instead watch and remain alert.(7) 1 Thessalonians 5:4-6

keras Writer of Bible study guides

1,191 messages have been sent.Likes The number of people who have received it is 51.Christian is my religious belief.New Zealand is the country in question.Unfortunately for those who want to believe that they will be spared from the worst that might happen, the notion of being raptured and sent to paradise will not come to fruition.This concept is not explicitly mentioned to be a part of God’s overall purpose for His people.

In fact, Jesus explicitly refutes it in the following passages: John 3:13, John 8:21-23, John 7:34, and Rev 5:10.After all, why not be aware of, and look forward to, the wonderful rewards God has promised to those who love Him?Truth and Dan57 think this is a good idea.

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 Likes on 3,526 Messages The total number of votes received: 1,110 Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America The words of Jesus are found in Luke 21:36.There is absolutely no negative to getting swept up in the rapture and receiving a new eternal body and living in heaven.36Be on the lookout at all times and pray that you may be able to avoid all that is going to happen, and that you may be able to stand before the Son of Man.″

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846 Likes on 846 Messages 382 messages have been received. Religion: Christian Country: United States of America Is it possible that I may be left behind if I do not seek Him out at the appropriate time?

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 Likes on 3,526 Messages The total number of votes received: 1,110 Christian is my religious belief. Country: The United States of America These are the ones that will be caught up in the rapture on the very near future! For those who seek him, he will appear a second time, this time without sin, leading them to redemption″ (Hebrews 9:28).

aspen “″The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few

Messages received: 14,126 Likes received The total number of votes received was 4,776.Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America Jesus has been described in troubling terms by certain individuals.It’s almost as if people believe He is attempting to deceive us out of salvation – this is the same God who sacrificed his life for our sake.If He was prepared to die for us, why wouldn’t He be willing to go to great lengths to bring us back to him?

tabletalk Well-Known Member

846 Likes on 846 Messages 382 messages have been received. Religion: Christian Country: United States of America ″.to those who are patiently waiting for Him,″ according to the Scripture scripture you cited. As a result, I will not be abandoned since I am waiting for Him. I just don’t know what day it is or what time it is.

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 messages have been sent.Likes The total number of votes received: 1,110 Religion: Christian Country: United States of America The day of judgment will not come upon you like a thief if you are awake and aware of what is going on.(5) You are all children of light, and you are all children of the day: we are not children of the night, nor are we children of the darkness.In order to avoid falling asleep like others, let us instead watch and remain alert.(7) 1 5:4-6 (Thessalonians 5:4-6)

keras Writer of Bible study guides

1,191 Likes on 1,191 Messages The number of people who have received it is 51.Christian is my religious belief.New Zealand is the country in question.This is another another scripture used by proponents of the rapture, yet it makes no mention of someone being carried to heaven or anything like.In my Bible, the term ‘ekphugein,’ which is translated as escape, is incorrect; it should be read as pass safely through.Escape runs counter to the previous verse, which states that we must remain steady when the awful Day of the Lord’s wrath descends upon everyone, everywhere on the face of the earth.

Neither does 1 Thessalonians 5:4-6 mention the possibility of a rapture removal.The doctrine of the rapture is not based on Scripture; rather, it is a false teaching that leaves those who accept it in the dark about the end of the world.

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 Likes on 3,526 Messages The total number of votes received: 1,110 Religion: Christian Country: United States of America The rapture is defined as being ″caught up to meet Jesus in the clouds.″ Our Lord Jesus Christ returns with all of his saints=at the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all of his saints 1 4:16,17 Thess 4:16,17 Due to the fact that the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a mighty cry, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trump of God, and the dead in Christ will rise first: Then we who are alive and remain will be ″″″caught up″″″ with them into the clouds, where we will meet the Lord in the air, and we will be with the Lord forever.What could possibly motivate a believer to battle against the rapture?After all, why would any Christian wish to be left behind in order to try to survive under the authority of the anti-Christ and under the great tribulation judgments against a wicked, sin-loving, God-defying world?The words of Jesus are found in Luke 21:36.Keep vigil at all times and hope that you will be able to avoid all that is going to take place and that you will be able to stand before the Son of Man.″ There are no negative consequences to being snatched up in the rapture and receiving a new everlasting body and being in paradise.The day of judgment will not come upon you like a thief if you are awake and aware of what is going on.

(5) You are all children of light, and you are all children of the day: we are not children of the night, nor are we children of the darkness.In order to avoid falling asleep like others, let us instead watch and remain alert.(7) 1 Thessalonians 5:4-6

keras Writer of Bible study guides

1,191 Likes on 1,191 Messages The number of people who have received it is 51.Christian is my religious belief.New Zealand is the country in question.Because I am aware of the reality of God’s purposes for His people.They are not to have people living in heaven; He has angels to serve Him there, and we are earth creatures with a mission that is here on the planet.According to John 15:16 and 1 Peter 2:9-10, we Christians are a chosen people.

What was it that you were chosen for?What we are called to do is to be God’s witnesses and to bring His Light to the world.And believing that you can get away from your duties is wicked, plain and simple!Regarding the prophesy of 1 Thess 4:17, it is just a means of transportation from wherever we are to wherever Jesus is.

  1. Nothing in your quotations implies that Christians will enter the kingdom of heaven.
  2. And obtaining eternity before the Day of Judgment is a really poor teaching.

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 messages have been sent.Likes The total number of votes received: 1,110 Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America 7For we do not walk by sight, but by faith.8Thus, we are confident and would prefer to be apart from the body and at home with the Lord rather than in the flesh.We strive to please Him in all circumstances, whether we are here in this body or otherwise.2 Corinthians 5:8 (New International Version) In heaven, rather than on earth, the marriage feast of the Lamb will take place.

Let us rejoice and be delighted, and let us give Him all the praise, since the marriage of the Lamb has arrived, and His bride has prepared herself for her husband.″ She was instructed to dress herself in fine linen, which should be bright and clean, because the fine linen represents the good works of the saints.9 When I finished writing, Jesus added to me, ″Write, ‘Blessed are those who have been invited to the marriage supper of the Lamb.’″ And he told me, ″These are the words of God that are true.″ Revelation 19:6-7 is a passage of scripture.

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6,884 messages have been sent.Likes 3,735 applications were received.Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America You are attempting to spread the doctrines of mankind.Those verses are accurate, however the interpretation is incorrect.Paul does not announce a collective event, but rather instructs the Corinthians to ″each in his own order.″ Christ informs us that this is ″the end of the age.″ Paul then explains, saying, ″We shall not all sleep, but we shall all be transformed—,″ implying that some will be changed (or raptured) in death, while others will be changed (or raptured) while still alive.

The reason Jesus stated this is because he was speaking to individuals from the house of Israel who were to die in their sins and be raised up with Christ, as well as to those who had been born again by the spirit of God and would not die.The most recent edit was made on August 21, 2017.

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 Likes on 3,526 Messages The total number of votes received: 1,110 Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America Yes!In contrast to unbelievers, Christians who are on the lookout for the rapture will be transformed in the blink of an eye and taken up to meet Jesus in the clouds!Our Lord Jesus Christ returns with all of his saints=at the second coming of our Lord Jesus Christ with all of his saints 1 4:16,17 Thess 4:16,17 We will be ″″″caught up″″″ with them in ″″″the clouds of sky,″″″ to meet the Lord in the air, where we will stay with him forever.For the Lord himself will descend from heaven with a cry, with the voice of an archangel, and with the trump of God: and the dead in Christ will rise first.

buddyt Active Member

119 messages have been sent. Likes Number of submissions received: 44 Christian is my religious belief. Country: The United States of America All of the things you’ve said will come to pass. However, it is during the second Advent, not at some point in the future.

buddyt Active Member

119 messages have been sent.Likes Number of submissions received: 44 Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America Believe in your Father’s Word, regardless of whether or not you believe in the Rapture.Rapture Mans concocted a load of crap.To begin, look at Matthew 24 and read it with comprehension.When Jesus is asked when all of these events will take place, he responds with a question of his own.

When are you planning to return?The very first words that came out of his lips It is important to remember that no man can deceive you.They will hand you up to be tormented and then murder you, and you will be despised throughout the world because of my name.According to what you’re saying, you’re not going anywhere.

  1. Because then there will be tremendous tribulation like there has never been since the beginning of time, and there will never be like it again.
  2. And unless those days are shortened, no flesh will be saved; but, those days will be shortened for the sake of the Elect’s sake.
  3. Who exactly are these ″Elect″ that he talks of?

They certainly aren’t going away, and it appears that they will be present to confront the Wrath of God.The fact that God’s word is distorted to match what Man wants it to be, rather than believing what He tells us, is a great sorrow.God was well aware of the impending Rapture, which is why he told us in Ezekiel 13:20 how He felt about the whole situation.Is it better to believe in GOD or to believe in man?

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Messages Received: 19 Likes Number of submissions received: 9. Christian is my religious belief. Australia is the country in question. It’s very OK to acknowledge that you just don’t know something. It’s not harmful to be ignorant; it’s the thinking that comes with knowing that’s harmful.

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

3,526 messages have been sent.Likes The total number of votes received: 1,110 Christian is my religious belief.Country: The United States of America 1 Thessalonians 5:1-5:1 5 NLT (Nationally Recognized Teachers) 1As for how and when all of this will take place, dear brothers and sisters,a we don’t really need to tell you about it at this point.2Because you are fully aware that the day of the Lord’s coming will come as a thief in the night, as you have heard it predicted.3When individuals declare that ″all is tranquil and safe,″ calamity will strike them as abruptly as the beginning of a pregnant woman’s labor pains.There will be no way out of this situation.

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4But, dear brothers and sisters, you are not in the dark about these things, and you will not be astonished when the day of the Lord arrives as a thief.5For you are all children of the light and of the day; we are not of the darkness or of the night, as you believe.6Be on the lookout and don’t fall asleep like the others.Maintain your alertness and clarity of thought.

  1. The period of day when people sleep and drinkers become inebriated is called the night.
  2. Let us who live in the light, however, maintain our composure, fortifying ourselves with the armor of faith and love, and putting on the assurance of our salvation as our helmet.
  3. 9For God decided to redeem us by the sacrifice of his Son, Jesus Christ, rather than pour out his wrath on us.

10Whether we are dead or alive at the time of Christ’s return, he died for us so that we may have eternal life with him.11Therefore, encourage one another and build one another up, just as you are doing now.

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Number of messages: 31,738 Likes The total number of votes received was 11,236.Christian is my religious belief.Minor Outlying Islands (United States Minor Outlying Islands) Jesus is on the verge of returning for those who are on the lookout for Him.Christ is ″always with us, even to the end of the age;″ and if you ever take the time to genuinely look for Him, you will eventually come across Him, as the saying goes, ″seek and you will find.″ Seek to elevate Christ to the position of Head, and remember that Jesus has previously turned down the worldly crown three times, and that is all that this ″Jesus is coming back tomorrow″ nonsense is about.Jazz is attempting to visualize ″a big crop, yet there are just a few harvesters″ in the song ″the harvest.″

Jesus is about to Return for those Looking for Him.

There have been 31,738 messages sent and received.Likes 11,236 items were received.Christian is my religious belief system.Miniscule Outlying Islands of the United States In order to find people who have been looking for Jesus, He is going to return.Christ is ″always with us, even to the end of the age;″ and if you ever take the time to genuinely look for Him, you will eventually come across Him, as the saying goes, ″seek and you will discover.″ Consider making Christ your Head, and remember that Jesus has already turned down the world’s crown three times, and that is all that this ″Jesus is returning tomorrow″ nonsense is about.’The harvest is a plentiful crop, but the harvesters are few,’ says jazz, attempting to visualize

″To Those Who Look for Him″

Distractions and entanglements are commonplace.As Jesus says in Luke 12:35, ″Gird your waists, light your lamps, and prepare yourselves to be like men who are waiting for their master when he returns from the wedding, so that when he comes and knocks, they may open to him immediately.″ ″Be like men who are waiting for their master when he returns from the wedding,″ he says.″But take heed to yourselves, lest your hearts be weighed down with carousing, drunkenness, and the cares of this life, and that Day come upon you unexpectedly.″ Luke 21:34 ″But take heed to yourselves, lest your hearts be weighed down with carousing, drunkenness, and the cares of this life, and that Day come upon you unexpectedly.″ Before Jesus went, he entrusted us with the task of carrying it out.Our Master has not yet returned from his journey.It is not yet time to take it easy (loosen your belt).Many Christians put HIS work aside in order to pursue THEIR own projects.

Many people are preoccupied with acquiring and maintaining goods and relationships, completely ignorant to the fact that their jug of additional oil has run out!It’s essential that our lighting are lit.This necessitates the ″hassle″ of transporting an extra jug of oil.Only by sitting at Jesus’ feet will you be able to fill that jug.

  1. The desire of money, pleasures, and prestige from men makes sitting at Jesus’ feet look at the very least inconvenient and at the very worst useless in our modern culture.
  2. If we don’t brutally remove items from our lives that compete for our attention, the Good Seed will be strangled to death.
  3. How are you and I doing these days?

How many hours do you spend in front of a screen on a daily basis?Is it more important that I am purposeful in my social interactions, or that I am just blowing the breeze?Each day, how many hours of Bible reading/study and prayer do I devote to my spiritual development?For what purpose are you and I sharing the moments of our life with one another.The expectation for His promised return is heightened when we dutifully carry out what we know the Master has asked us to accomplish.

Selecting a location for your investment should be done with caution.In the words of Jesus: ″Where your wealth is, there will also be your heart.″ The Lord Jesus Christ reminded us to ″remember Lot’s wife″ while preaching about His coming.The city of Sodom included all of her amassed fortune, as well as her lovely home and the majority of her family.It was God himself who gave the orders: ″Run to the mountain and don’t look back!″ She took a single backward glance and instantaneously transformed into a statue of salt!Her heart was still in Sodom, and her one act of disobedience indicated where her true heart truly belonged: in the city of kings.

For those who have placed their treasure in Heaven, the Trumpet call will be a joyful last summons for them to catch up to where their hearts have already gone.In the case that your treasure is on earth, the Trumpet blow will be an inconvenient interruption, similar to how Lot’s wife felt when escaping Sodom.However, others could argue that it’s hard to blame Lot’s wife for turning around after she abandoned some of her children (and grandchildren?) in Sodom and returned to her husband.

Isn’t it reasonable for her to be worried about the well-being of her family members?″If anybody comes to Me and does not hate his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, brothers and sisters, and yes, his own life, he cannot be My disciple,″ Jesus declared emphatically (Luke 14:26).Where have all of our riches gone?Our hearts are kept somewhere, no matter where they are.And when the Trumpet sounds, it will be crystal evident as to where our hearts are at!

  1. Don’t take it personally.
  2. The biblical phrase ″offend″ refers to the act of causing someone to stumble, with the intention of their giving up or turning around.
  3. ″You will be despised by all nations for the sake of My name,″ Jesus declared while describing the latter days.
  • Afterwards, many people will be upset, many people will betray one another, and many people will despise one another.″ According to Matthew 10:21, members of one’s own family will betray and kill members of another’s family!
  • It’s no surprise that many people would give up in the final days before Jesus’ coming.
  • Many will give up and become bitter as a result of intense harassment combined with betrayal by family members!
  • However, there is a guarantee!
  • According to God’s Word, ″…and nothing shall harm them.″ Not even the smallest setback will lead them to falter, give up, or turn back.
  • Those assurances are just as valid in the final week before Jesus’ coming as they are right now.
  • In what way does this promise become conditional?
  • When it comes to loving Your law, Psalm 119:165 says, ″They enjoy great tranquility, and nothing causes them to stumble.″ The answer is to love God’s law, to love God’s Word, and to love Jesus Christ, who is the living Word!
  • If I love anything more than I love Jesus Christ—my marriage, my children, my possessions, my ministry, my health, or anything else—then Satan has a grasp on me and is able to bring me back and lead me to fail.
  • Nevertheless, if we love Jesus more than anything else in the world and everyone else, Satan will have no place to hook and cause us to stumble!

John 4:23 But a time is coming and has now come when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and in truth, for the Father is seeking such as these to worship Him.

(23) However, the hour has arrived.- Better still, as John 4:21 says, but the hour is approaching.It is what He could not add to the prior idea that he now adds to this one: ″and now is.″ Local worship had not yet given way to spiritual worship, but a band of sincere worshipers was forming, and some of them were following Him at that point in time.These are the actual worshipers.- Her differentiation of location was due to chance, but the core of the devotion was due to the nature of the worship.What kind of worship could there possibly be for a God who saw the filth of the heart and the inconsistency of thought and word?

What could she possibly know about the worship that she is referring to?The temple in Jerusalem was a storehouse of trade rather than a place of prayer; what did the priests and Levites, the scribes, and the Pharisees understand of authentic religious practice?With all of my heart and soul and truth.The relationship between human nature and the divine may be found in the human spirit, which serves as the Holy Spirit’s altar on earth (1Corinthians 6:19).

  1. As a result, all genuine approaches to God must be made in the spirit realm.
  2. (See, for instance, Romans 1:9 and Ephesians 6:18.) It is only in the sense that they contribute in the abstraction from the perceptible world and the elevation of the spirit inside that place and time, words, postures, and sounds, and all things from without are significant.
  3. When they become a distraction, they become a hindrance to sincere worship.

It is impossible to debate ritual without running the risk of spiritual loss.It is more than ″really″ that the words ″in truth,″ which have previously been uttered by sincere worshipers and are repeated in the next verse, mean.Sincerity is not a requirement for acceptable worship, but it is a requirement for acceptable worship.Bigots are earnest in their belief that they are doing God’s work.When we worship ″in truth,″ we are worshiping in line with the nature of the God whom we serve.

Being reminded of God by hearing His truth, being energised by praise songs, and realizing the early sections of collections and prayers that proclaim His qualities are all required for the truth of requests, thanksgivings, and adorations of worship to be heard and understood.In its very opening lines, the model prayer of Christianity communicates the Fatherhood of God to the heart of the listener.Because the Father is looking for those who will adore him.- Better still, for it is just this kind of worshipper that the Father seeks.The use of the term ″such,″ which refers to this particular character, is emphatic.

The preposition ″also″ indicates that the worship performed by real worshipers is in conformity with the divine will: ″the Father also (on His part)…″ The reader will not be able to miss the emphasis placed on the word ″Father″ in this response (John 4:21 and twice in this verse).It’s possible that this name of God, which we train infants to lisp from their earliest years, has come to her for the first time today.Not to be appeased, not to be feared, but to be embraced is He, who is neither vengeance nor power.

(See also the note on John 3:16.) It is only when mankind come to conceive of God as Father that they will be able to put an end to purely local and material worship.The universal desire for and practice of worship bears evidence to the existence of a universal object of worship, as does the activity of worship itself.The longing of the human soul is similar to that of a kid who is searching for the source of his or her existence.It is not only humans that are on the lookout.The Father also seeks and sees His kid, even though he is a long distance away (Luke 15:20)….

  1. Verse 23.
  2. – The Father seeks and sees His child, even when he is a long way away (Luke 15:20)….
  3. But now comes the hour – already the day has dawned, and the new conception is bursting forth like the ″awful rose of dawn″ upon the minds of some – when the genuine worshippers – those who live up to the concept of worshippers, those who actually draw near to the Father in living fellowship and affectionate appreciation of his eternal Name – will worship the Father in spirit and truth, as the Scriptures teach.
  • Some Fathers accepted an earlier misreading of this passage that was based on the principle conveyed in John 16:13.
  • This misreading of the text found expression in the Sinaitic Codex, which was written ″in the spirit of truth.″ In this context, however, ″spirit″ does not refer to the Holy Spirit, but rather to the spirit of man – that portion of man’s constitution through which he most particularly bears the image of God, with which the Divine Spirit engages, and in which the Divine Spirit resides (Romans 8:26).
  • The worship of the spirit is worship in opposition to all mere carnal concomitants, all mere shadows of the good things to come, all mere ritual, all specializations of location, time, sacrament, and order, and all other forms of worship that are unnecessary.
  • It does not have to be done in spite of a true regard for days, seasons, postures, or washings, but rather in complete independence from them, and they will be effectively worthless if they are not done in this way.
  • The adequate and veracious expression of genuine wishes and veritable emotions; i.e., when dealing with reality, the manifestation of genuine desires and veritable emotions in the proper and veracious manner; (ver.
  • 9).
  • Indeed, the Father is on the lookout for such individuals to serve as his worshippers.
  • The focus is different between Luthardt and Meyer.
  • Stephen Meyer maintains that the apostrophe emphasizes the word that comes immediately after it, and he asserts that 1 Corinthians 14:8 does not violate this criterion.
  • Meyer also claims that 1 Corinthians 14:8 does not contradict the rule.
  • He would say things like, ″For the Father, too, seeks,″ and other like things.
  • Luthardt claims that the source of fresh thinking may be discovered in, and it is on this that the focus is placed in the text.
  • According to Westcott, various biblical texts, such as Matthew 8:9, Matthew 26:73, Mark 10:45, Luke 6:32, and others, argue that the ″alleges a reason which is supposed to be conclusive from the character of the situation.″ In this case, ″For the Father likewise seeks those as worshipers of him who worship him in spirit and in truth,″ which encompasses the entire sentence, serves as a succinct summary of the entire sentence.
  • There is a little contrast between the regimen of v with accusative, which is introduced once again in this phrase, and the regimen of v with dative, which was introduced in the first clause.

The first sentence would be rendered as ″offer adoration to the Father,″ and the second as ″worship him,″ according to Moulton.The Father is now looking for individuals who come to him with a profound sense of need and genuine devotion, who approach him in spirit rather than in ritual, who approach him in truth rather than in dishonest or callous profession, and who approach him in spirit rather than in ceremony.That there are great variations among men, even prior to their acceptance of the perfect revelation of the Father’s heart in Christ Jesus, is still another indicator of the high truth stated in the prologue (John 1:4, 9; John 3:21; John 18:38, see notes) that there are vast variances among mankind.″Man’s life is the light of the world.″ There are those who ″do the truth″ and are ″of the truth,″ who ″worship God in spirit and in truth,″ and those who ″do the truth″ and are ″of the truth.″ The entire gospel dispensation is devoted to the pursuit of them.Commentaries that run in parallel.

Greek However, (alla)ConjunctionStrong’s 235 is as follows: However, with one exception.Allos is the neuter plural of allos, which means ″other things,″ or ″contrariwise.″ a period of time (hra) is a feminine pronoun.Strong’s 5610: Noun – Nominative Feminine SingularStrong’s 5610: Noun – Nominative Feminine Singular An ‘hour’ is approaching, according to what appears to be a basic term (erchetai) Present indicative middle or passive tense of a verb A third-person singular singularStrong’s 2064: To come and leave.and as well as (kai) ConjunctionStrong’s 2532 includes the words and, more more importantly, specifically.AdverbStrong’s 3568: now (nyn)AdverbStrong’s 3568: ‘Now’ is a fundamental particle of the current moment; it may also be used as a noun or adjective to denote the present or immediate.

Come on in!(estin) 1510:I am, exist, is a present indicative active tense in the third person singularStrong’s 1510:I am, exist.I exist in the first person singular present indicative; it is a protracted form of a primary and deficient verb; it is in the first person singular present indicative.AdverbStrong’s 3753: When, at what moment, or in what circumstances.

From the Greek words hos and te, as well as at which point, i.e.when.Strong’s 3588:the, the definite article.This includes all of the inflections of the feminine he as well as the neuter to; the definite article; and the.

TRUE (althinoi)Adjective – Nominative Masculine PluralStrong’s 228: TRUE (althinoi)Adjective – Nominative Masculine Plural True (literally: created of truth), real, and genuine are all terms used to describe anything that is true.From the Greek alethes, which means ″truthful.″ worshipers (proskyntai) is a Lithuanian word that means ″proskeptic.″ Noun – Nominative Masculine Form of Noun PluralStrong’s 4353: A worshipper is a worshipper.From the Greek proskuneo, which means ″adorer.″ will bow down in reverence Proskynsousin (proskynsousin) is a kind of cucumber.Verb – Indicative of the Future 3rd Person Pronoun – Active PluralStrong’s 4352 is as follows: From pros and a possible derivation of kuon; to fawn over or crouch before, i.e.to prostrate oneself in respect to someone or something.

  1. the (the) (t) Dative Masculine SingularStrong’s 3588:the, the definite article, is the definite article.
  2. This includes all of the inflections of the feminine he as well as the neuter to; the definite article; and the.
  3. Father A father, (Heavenly) Father, ancestor, older, senior are all words that come to mind while thinking about fatherhood.
  4. ‘Father’ appears to be a major term in the language.
  5. adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbial adverbi (en) PrepositionsStrong’s 1722: in, on, amid, and between.
  6. Prepositions of position and instrumentality, i.e., a relation of rest, such as ″in,″ ″at,″ ″on,″ and ″by″ are examples of fundamental prepositions.
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spirit In Strong’s 4151, wind, breath, and spirit are all used as nouns.and as well as (kai) ConjunctionStrong’s 2532 includes the words and, more more importantly, specifically.the truth be told, (altheia) Strong’s 225: ″From alethes; truth.″ for (gar)ConjunctionStrong’s 1063:For.

  • for (gar)ConjunctionStrong’s 1063:For.
  • A main particle, or, more accurately, one that assigns a cause.
  • Strong’s 3588: the, the definite article.
  • This includes all of the inflections of the feminine he as well as the neuter to; the definite article; and the.
  • Father Noun – Nominative Masculine SingularStrong’s 3962:Father, (Heavenly) Father, ancestor, older, senior, father-in-law Apparently, a main term; a ‘father’, is in search of a translation.
  • ztei (ztei) is a Greek word that means ″to eat.″ Strong’s 2212: to seek, hunt for, want, request, and demand.

Verb tense: present indicative active tense: third person singular To seek; specifically, to worship or scheme; to be of questionable affinity; to seek amazing Demonstrative 5108: (with the other inflections); from toi and houtos; actually this, i.e.of this nature; of this nature (to denote character or individuality).in the same way that they (tous) Strong’s 3588:the, the definite article, is an accusative masculine plural form.Inclusions: the feminine he, the neuter to, and all their inflections; the definite article; the.to revere Strong’s 4352:From pros, and a possible derivation of kuon; to fawn or crouch before, ie.to prostrate oneself in devotion to someone or something.Him.

  • A possessive pronoun that is used in an accusative masculine manner.
  • 3rd Person Pronoun SingularStrong’s 846 is as follows: He, she, it, they, them, and the same are all correct.
  • The reflexive pronoun self, which is used in the third person as well as the other persons, is derived from the particle au.
  • Return to the previous page In fact, it is now Desired Desires Hour.
  • Kind Seek Seekth Seeks Spirit Spiritual Time Truth True.

Way Worship Worshipers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Continue to Next Page In fact, it is now Desired Desires Hour.Kind Seek Seeketh Seeks Spirit Spiritual Time Truth True Seekth Seeks Kind Seek Seeketh Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seekth Seeks Kind Seek Worship Worshipers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Worshippers Links John 4:23 New International Version John 4:23 New Living Translation John 4:23 (New International Version) John 4:23 New American Standard Bible John 4:23 King James Version 4:23 (John 4:23) BibleApps.com Biblia del Evangelio 4:23 Paralela Chinese translation of John 4:23 French translation of John 4:23.4:23 (John 4:23) The Bible according to Catholic tradition Gospels of the New Testament: 4:23 (John 4:23) However, the hour has arrived, and now is the time (Jhn Jo Jn)

Hebrews 9:28 so also Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many; and He will appear a second time, not to bear sin, but to bring salvation to those who eagerly await Him.

  1. According to the New International Versions, Christ was sacrificed once to atone for the sins of many; and he will arrive a second time, not to suffer sin, but to deliver salvation to those who are eagerly awaiting his appearance.
  2. New Living Translation (New Living Translation) In the same manner, Christ was sacrificed once and for all as a sacrifice to atone for the sins of a large number of people.
  3. The Second Coming of Jesus Christ will not be to deal with our sins, but rather to deliver redemption to those who are anxiously awaiting his arrival.
  4. So Christ, having been sacrificed once to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time, not to deal with sin, but to rescue those who are anxiously awaiting his return.
  5. English Standard Versions As Christ was offered once to carry the sins of many, so He will arrive a second time, not to bear guilt, but to deliver redemption to those who anxiously await Him, according to the Berean Study Bible.
  6. Berean Literal Bibleso, too, Christ, having been offered once for the forgiveness of countless sins, will appear a second time to those who are waiting for Him to save them from their sins.

The King James Version of the Bible As a result, Christ was first given to bear the sins of many, and to those who seek him, he will appear a second time, this time without sin, bringing them to redemption.New As a result, Christ was offered once to bear the sins of countless people, according to the King James Version.He will arrive a second time, this time without the presence of sin, to save those who anxiously await His arrival.New American Standard Bibleso Christ, having been sacrificed once for the forgiveness of many sins, will arrive a second time for the redemption of those who patiently anticipate His return.As Christ, having been given once to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time for redemption without reference to sin, to those who joyfully anticipate Him, according to the New American Standard Bible (NASB 1995).According to the NASB 1977, Christ, having been sacrificed once to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time for redemption to those who anxiously await Him without regard to sin.

  • The Bible with an amplification system As a result, Christ, having been given once and for all to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time, not to deal with sin, but to bring redemption to those who are joyfully and confidently looking forward to His arrival on the scene.
  • The Christian Standard Bible is a translation of the Bible in the Christian tradition.
  • Christ, who has already been offered once to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time, not to carry sins, but to bring salvation to those who have waited for him to appear.
  • Holman The Christian Standard Bible is a translation of the Bible in the Christian tradition.
  • Thus, just as the Messiah appeared once to suffer the sins of many, He will appear a second time, not to bear guilt, but to save those who are eagerly awaiting His return.
  • The American Standard Version is the version used in the United States.
  • As Christ, having once given himself as a sacrifice for the sins of many, will appear a second time, separate from sin, to those who are waiting for him, bringing them redemption.
  • The Aramaic Bible translated into plain English Another example is that the Messiah was offered once and murdered in his Person the sins of many, but the second time he arrives he does it without our sins and for the lives of those who look forward to his appearance.
  • Modern English Translation of the Hebrews As a result, Christ died just once in order to atone for the sins of countless people.
  • However, when Jesus returns, it will not be to remove sin from the world.
  1. Eventually, he will arrive to save everyone who has been waiting for him.
  2. The Bible of Douay-Rheims In the same way, Christ was offered once to atone for the sins of many; the second time, he will come without sin to those who look forward to his appearance for redemption.
  3. Translation of the Good News In the same way, Christ was sacrificed as a sacrifice once and for all to atone for the sins of the world.
  4. Christ’s second appearance will be to save people who have been waiting for him, rather than to deal with sin once again.
  5. As a result, the Messiah was sacrificed just once to atone for the sins of countless people, according to the International Standard Version.
  • Then, for the second time, he will emerge, this time not to deal with sin, but rather to provide redemption to those who anxiously await his return.
  • Like Christ who was given once to bore the sins of many, He will arrive a second time, separate from a sin-offering, in order to save those who are waiting for Him.
  • Literal Standard Versions In the same manner that Christ appeared once to take away the sins of many, he will appear a second time to deliver salvation to those who patiently await his return.
  • New American Bibles After Christ has been offered once to carry the sins of many, he will arrive a second time, this time not to bear guilt, but to deliver redemption to those who anxiously await him, according to the New International Version of the Bible.
  • So Christ, having been sacrificed once to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time, not to deal with sin, but to rescue those who are anxiously awaiting his return.
  • New Revised Standard Versions New Heart English Bibleso, too, Christ, having been given once to bear the sins of many, will appear a second time, without sin, to those who are anxiously awaiting his return in order to be saved.

New Heart English Bible Weymouth New Testamentas well, the Christ, having been first sacrificed as a sacrifice in order that He could bore the sins of many, will appear a second time, separated from sin, to those who are anxiously awaiting His return in order to complete their redemption.As a result, Christ, having been given once to bear the sins of many, will come a second time, this time without sin, to those who are anxiously awaiting his return in order to be saved.Young’s Literal Translation of the Text As also, the Christ, who was once given to bear the sins of many, will arrive a second time, separate from a sin-offering, to those who are waiting for him – to bring them to salvation!Translations in addition to the above.

  • ContextRedemption via the shed blood of Jesus…
  • 27 The same way that man is assigned to die once and then face judgment, 28so also Christ was offered once to bear the sins of many; and He will appear a second time, not to bear sin but to bring salvation to those who anxiously await His arrival.
  • References to Other Sources 7:33 (Numbers 7:33) burned offerings include a young bull, ram, and a male lamb of one year old for a burnt offering; Isaiah 53:5 (KJV) However, He was pierced for our trespasses and crushed for our iniquities; the punishment that brought us peace was laid on Him, and it is by His stripes that we have been healed.
  • Isaiah 53:12 is a biblical passage.
  • Due to His willingness to pour out His life unto death and His inclusion among the transgressors, I will assign Him a part among the famous, and He will divide the spoils among the powerful.

But He bore the guilt of many and interceded for those who had transgressed against Him.as the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many,″ says Matthew 20:28.Matthew 25:31 (KJV) As soon as the Son of Man appears in His full splendor, with all of the angels accompanying Him, He will ascend to His beautiful throne.Acts 1:11 is a biblical passage.

  1. ″Men of Galilee,″ they said, ″why are you standing here staring up at the sky?
  2. ″ As you have saw Him ascend into heaven, the same Jesus who has been taken away from you will return to earth just as you have witnessed Him ascend into heaven.″ 3:25 (Romans 3:25) God offered Him as the atoning sacrifice via trust in His blood in order to display His righteousness, since in His patience, He had overlooked the sins that had been committed prior to His presentation of Him.
  3. The Scriptures are a treasure trove.
  4. As a result, Christ was first given to bear the sins of many, and to those who seek him, he will appear a second time, this time without sin, bringing them to redemption.
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was.9:25 (Hebrews) He should not even offer himself frequently, as the high priest does every year when he enters the holy place dripping with the blood of others (Romans 6:10).For in that he died, he died to sin once and for all; but in that he lives, he lives to God forever and ever.

1 Peter 3:18 (New International Version) In order to bring us to God, Christ had to be put to death in the flesh, but was revived by the Spirit and able to bear our sins once and for all time.Leviticus 10:17 is a verse in the Bible that says Why haven’t you eaten the sin sacrifice in the holy place, considering that it is most holy and that God has given it to you to bear the sins of the assembly, in order to make atonement for them in the sight of the LORD?Numbers 18:1, 22, and 23 After that, the LORD spoke to Aaron and told him, ″The wickedness of the sanctuary will be carried by you and your sons and your father’s house with you, and the iniquity of your priesthood will be carried by you and your sons with you…″ Isaiah 53:4-6,11,12 is a passage of scripture.

  • He has undoubtedly endured our sorrows and carried our griefs; yet we considered him to be afflicted, struck by God, and afflicted by them.
  • 3:12; 3:20; 3:21; 3:20; 3:21; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3:20; 3: Because our discussion takes place in heaven, and it is from there that we seek the Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ: 1 Paul writes in 1 Thessalonians 1:10 that And to look forward to the arrival of his Son from heaven, whom he raised from the dead, even Jesus, who saved us from the coming wrath of God.
  • 2 Timothy 4:8 (New International Version) From this point on, a crown of righteousness has been reserved for me, which the Lord, the upright judge, will bestow upon me on that day: and not only upon me, but upon all those who long for his appearance as well.

He makes an appearance.Zechariah 14:5 (Zechariah 14:5) In addition, ye must escape to the valley of mountains, because that valley of the mountains will extend all the way to Azal; in fact, ye shall flee, as you did before the earthquake in the days of Uzziah king of Judah; and the LORD my God, with all the saints with thee, shall come to save you.John 14:3 (KJV) Moreover, if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come back and receive you into myself, so that where I am, ye may be as well.This is also stated in Acts 1:11: ″Ye men of Galilee, why are you looking up into the heavens?″ This same Jesus, who has been taken up from you into heaven, will return in the same manner in which you have witnessed him ascend into heaven.

without.In that he died, he died to sin once and for all; but in that he lives, he lives unto God forever and for all.Romans 8:3 (KJV) God sent his own Son in the likeness of sinful flesh, and in the place of sin, and in the place of sin, condemned sin in the flesh, to accomplish what the law could not because it was weak in the flesh.

  • (28) As a result, Christ was once made available.- Using the standard translation, which divides the stanza into two comparable sections, it is impossible to discern where the true focus is placed.
  • The two components of the poem are nearly identical to one another, point for point, and have a remarkable degree of distinction; nonetheless, the first is plainly subservient to the second.
  • ″In the same way, the Christ, having been once given in order that He could bear the sins of many, will appear a second time distinct from sin to those who wait for Him to bring them to salvation,″ says the Bible.
  • The fact that not only is there exact parallelism between the two components of this verse, but that there is a comparable relationship between this passage as a whole and Hebrews 9:27 is also significant to note.
  • Two pivotal moments in the history of sinful man were portrayed in that chapter; the essential contours of the Redeemer’s work were provided in this chapter.
  • Each line deals with the current world first, and then with ″the final things,″ as the phrase is translated.

Taking the two passages together, the word ″once″ establishes a connection between them and the preceding argument.Christ will not ″suffer″ on a regular basis.He has only been shown once, in order to fulfill the ″annihilation″ of sin in a single act (Hebrews 9:26).And this is in accordance with the fate of man, who must die just once, and only once, in his lifetime (Hebrews 9:27-28).But what is the nature of this relationship in its specifics?Do the phrases merely indicate that, because the Christ was a man, it was planned for Him to die just once on the cross?

  • Alternatively, may the link of thinking be stated in this way?
  • – It is important to note that the work of redemption is organized in such a way that it corresponds to the course of human history: just as man must die once and what remains is the judgment that he must endure, so the Christ has died once and what remains is His return for judgment-a judgment that He Himself administers, resulting in the salvation of His people.
  • Not that the first notion is completely gone from these words (which are sufficiently comprehensive to encompass both), but it is clear that the second is the more essential of these two.
  • Taking a look at Hebrews 9:28, we can observe that the phrases ″having been once offered″ in the first member are replied by ″shall appear″ in the second; ″to bear sins,″ by ″apart from sin…
  • until salvation;″ and ″of many,″ by ″to those who are waiting for Him.″ As previously stated in Hebrews 9:14 and Hebrews 9:25, the writer spoke of Christ as offering Himself, which is translated here as ″having been offered.″ As a result, in Ephesians 5:2 we read that He ″delivered Himself up for us,″ but in Romans 8:32 we read that God ″delivered Him up for us all,″ and in Romans 4:25, we read that He ″was delivered up for our offences.″ After that, the lines ″and He bore the sin of many″ are borrowed from Isaiah 53:12 (with a small alteration).
  • These phrases unmistakably conjure up images of sacrifice.

This does not imply the removal of sin (as in the different words of John 1:29); rather, just as on the animal to be slain in figure were laid the sins of the offerer, and the death which followed symbolically represented the death which the offerer had deserved, so the words here applied have an infinite extension of meaning.It is unquestionably no coincidence that the writer, in making use of the prophet’s words, refers to the Christ at the end of the passage.The ″many″ who bear the sins of the world stand in stark contrast to the ″one″ Sufferer (comp.Hebrews 2:10; Matthew 26:28).

When Christ appears for the second time, he will be ″apart from sin″—that is, he will no longer be burdened by sin—and ″apart from sinners″ (Hebrews 7:26).This verse does not speak of the judgment that He will pass upon ″the adversaries″ (Hebrews 10:27), but only of His appearing to His own people, who are ″waiting for Him,″ as the verse states.Throughout the New Testament, St.Paul (see Note on Romans 8:19) used this expressive word to describe the attitude of Christ’s people on earth toward their Lord (Philippians 3:20; 1Corinthians 1:7) and His salvation (Romans 8:23; Romans 8:25), and it is now applied to all who are eagerly awaiting His appearing.

By these, ″He shall be seen″ for who He truly is (1John 3:2).The final words, ″unto salvation,″ declare the reason for His appearing in a way that immediately recalls the teaching of earlier verses in the Epistle (Hebrews 5:9; Hebrews 7:26), and especially Hebrews 9:12 of this chapter, and that immediately brings to mind the name of the One for whom we wait, the Saviour, who is the reason for our waiting (Philippians 3:20)….

  1. Commentaries that run in parallel.
  2. Greekso (houts) is a slang term for a Greek.
  3. AdverbStrong’s 3779 is as follows: As a result, this is how it is.
  4. Alternately (referring to what precedes or follows).

in addition to that (kai) ConjunctionStrong’s 2532 is as follows: And, in addition, specifically.″Christ″ is a Christian term that means ″Christ is Lord″ or ″Christ is Savior″ (Christos) Noun – Nominative Masculine Form of Noun SingularStrong’s 5547: The Anointed One; the Messiah, the Christ, the Christ From the Greek word chrio, which means ″anointed one,″ or ″the Messiah,″ which is an appellation for Jesus.a proposal had been made • • • • • • • • • • • • • • (prosenechtheis) Aorist Participle Passive – Nominative Masculine Aorist Participle Passive – Nominative Aorist Participle SingularStrong’s 4374 is as follows: From the Greek pros and phero; to bear towards, i.e.lead to, tenderize, treat; to carry towards once in a time (hapax) AdverbStrong’s 530: ″Once and for all,″ he says.It was most likely from hapas at one point.to be able to (eis) 1519:A primary preposition; a preposition that refers to a place, a period of time, or a purpose; used in adverbial phrases.

a bearded gentleman (anenenkein) Aorist Infinitive Form of the Verb To pick up, according to ActiveStrong’s 399: ″From Ana and Phero; to take up.″ ‘sins’ is an abbreviation for’sins’ (hamartias) A sin.of many; (polln) is a noun in the accusative feminine plural.266:From Strong’s hamartano; a sin of many; (polln) is a noun in the accusative feminine plural.Adjective – Genitive Masculine Adjective – Genitive Masculine PluralStrong’s 4183: a great deal, a great deal; often.He will make an appearance.ophthsetai (ophththsetai) is a Greek word that means ″earthworm.″ Verb – Indicative of the Future 3rd Person SingularStrong’s 3708:To gaze at something properly, i.e.

to distinguish clearly; by extension, to attend to something; by Hebraism, to have an experience; passively, to appear a second time, to appear.The following is Strong’s 1208: Adjective – Genitive Masculine Singular: Using the article, I’ll say it again: in the second position for the second time.As a comparison of the duo; second.(Chris) unable to bear (to bear) Strong’s 5565 is a preposition that means ″apart from, apart from; without.″ Adverb derived from chora; at a separate location, i.e.apart from or apart from.

a sin, a blunder (hamartias) Strong’s 266: Noun – Genitive Feminine SingularStrong’s 266: Noun – Genitive Feminine SingularStrong’s 266: From hamartano, which means ″sin,″ to (eis) Strong’s 1519: PrepositionStrong’s 1519: A basic preposition that refers to a location, a time, or a purpose; it can also be used in adverbial phrases.salvation (strian) is a term used to refer to the act of saving one’s life.In Strong’s 4991, the feminine of a derivation of soter as a noun is defined as ″rescue″ or ″protection.″ to those who aspire to (tois) Strong’s 3588:the, the article that is denoted as Dative Masculine Plural.This includes all of the inflections of the feminine he as well as the neuter to; the definite article; and the.looking forward to that with bated breath (apekdechomenois) Active or Passive Verb – Present Participle Middle or Passive – Dative Masculine PluralStrong’s 553: to eagerly anticipate, anxiously wait for, and eagerly seek.

To expect the unexpected from apo and ekdechomai.Him.The Personal / Possessive Pronoun (auton) is used in the Accusative Masculine 3rd Person.SingularStrong’s 846: He, she, it, they, them, the same, and so forth.The reflexive pronoun self, which is used in the third person as well as the other persons, is derived from the particle au.

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25 Bible verses about God’s promises for those who are faithful to Him

  1. The good battle of faith has been assigned to us as Jesus’ disciples and brothers, and we have been asked to wage it in this life.
  2. Even if it’s a nice fight, it’s clear that it’s a battle.
  3. As a result, unless we have a clear understanding of what it is that we are fighting for, we will rapidly become discouraged in our efforts.
  4. These Bible verses will help us see God’s promises regarding the wonderful prize we shall get if we have battled faithfully in our battle against adversity.
  5. As a result of this, when our earthly lives are done, we may declare, like the Apostle Paul, ″I have fought the good fight, I have completed the course, and I have maintained my faith.″ Lastly, there is a crown of righteousness reserved for me, which will be given to me on that Day by the Lord, the upright Judge, and not only to me, but also to all those who have longed for His advent.&

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