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Question: "Why did Jesus teach in parables?" Answer: It has been said that a parable is an earthly story with a heavenly meaning. The Lord Jesus frequently used parables as a means of illustrating profound, divine truths.
Looking for a bible verse that I may have used for my pictures? Here they are in Biblical order. Click on the image number to preview the image. Would this site interest someone you know? Text used in images comes from the NIV. Scripture taken from the HOLY BIBLE, NEW INTERNATIONAL VERSION®.
THIS PHONETIC PRONUNCIATION GUIDE is presented as simply that— a guide. It is not intended to be the last word about the only proper pronunciation for every word listed. The pronunciations included in this chart are those of American English, but some British variations are included. In some cases, the Hebrew or Greek pronunciations are included. The same English word may have acceptable pronunciations that vary from country to country, with regional variations often existing within the same country. WORD column: The WORD heading in this chart includes a number of proper names, places, and other words found in various English Bible versions and translations.
In many documented near-death experiences involving Jesus, the concept of reincarnation appears. In the NDE testimony of Jeanie Dicus , she was asked by Jesus if she would like to reincarnate or return. Sandra Rogers was asked the same question by Jesus during her NDE. One of the reasons many Christians reject the validity of near-death testimony is because they sometimes appear to conflict with their interpretation of Christian doctrines. But Christians are usually very surprised to learn that reincarnation was a doctrine once held by many early Christians. Not only that, as you will soon see there is overwhelming evidence in the Bible of Jesus himself teaching it.
by Matt Slick "Let no one in any way deceive you, for it [Jesus' return] will not come unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction," ( 2 Thess. 2:3, NASB ). Apostasy means to fall away from the truth.