The Ten Commandments - Thumbnail Links Below are choices to several web sites committed to revealing Bible truth on the Ten Commandments. They are in every respect dedicated to revealing the truth on what the Word of God teaches in regards to the Ten Commandments with the ultimate goal of expanding God's kingdom and achieving optimal relationships with our Creator and fellow man. They all vary slightly in how they present what the Bible has to say on the Ten Commandments in the respect that one gives straight Biblical facts while another shows also how the Ten Commandments relate to love and relationships. It is worthwhile to browse them all to see what you can glean from them. Select the following page for Ten Commandment Frequently Asked Questions. Legend Sites with red text are the main sites for that particular group or a main subtopic of that group. The Ten Commandments or the Ceremonial Law? Has one of the Ten Commandments been forgotten? Select the following page for fourth Commandment Frequently Asked Questions.
666 Truth > Home Michael Scheifler's BIBLE LIGHT HOMEPAGE Immortality: Conditional or Innate? Immortality: by Bob Pickle Preface This paper is a collection of texts which, taken at face value with no alteration of the meaning of the English words used, indicate that immortality is conditional. On both sides of the question can be found texts in which certain words used cannot carry the same meaning as they do in today’s English and still harmonize with one’s view of the subject. To me the most disturbing redefinition is the one for "eternal life." The texts that, taken at face value, support conditional immortality are listed below. Many who believe in innate immortality describe man as a triune being: body, soul, and spirit. "The spirit shall return to God who gave it" (Eccl. 12:7). Those who hold to innate immortality often refer to Luke 16. Several of the texts that follow show that it is not just the body that sleeps, and that not just the soul and/or spirit goes to Hades at death. What follows are 265 verses from 158 chapters from 35 books of the Bible. One last thought.
Daniel Bible Prophecy - Daniel Bible Study The-Witch-of-Endor King Saul was at his wit's end and trembling with fear. The entire Philistine army had gathered to attack Israel's smaller and weaker troops. Saul moaned, "If only Samuel were here, he would tell me what to do." But the great prophet of Israel had died a few years earlier. The aged monarch tried desperately to find some advice or guidance from other prophets or priests, but the Lord would not speak to him. As a young man, Saul had been close to God. 1. 1 Kings 22:22. Revelation 16:14 For they are the spirits of devils, working miracles. Answer : ____________________ 2. Job 14:21. Ecclesiastes 9:5, 6, 10 The dead know not any thing, neither have they any more a reward; for the memory of them is forgotten. NOTE: No! Psalms 115:17 The dead praise not the Lord. Psalms 6:5 In death there is no remembrance of thee. Job 7:10 He shall return no more to his house. Isaiah 38:18 Death can not celebrate thee. Psalms 146:4 His thoughts perish. 3. Revelation 1:18. NOTE: The Bible is clear. 4. Genesis 2:7.
Amazing Facts - Christian Media Ministry Death First published Wed May 22, 2002; substantive revision Tue May 26, 2009 This article considers several questions concerning death and its ramifications. First, what constitutes death? It is clear enough that people die when their lives end, but less clear what constitutes the ending of a person's life. Second, in what sense might death or posthumous events harm us? To answer this question, we will need to know what it is for something to be in our interests. Third, what is the case for and the case against the harm thesis, the claim that death can harm the individual who dies, and the posthumous harm thesis, according to which events that occur after an individual dies can still harm that individual? Fourth, how might we solve the timing puzzle? A fifth controversy concerns whether all deaths are misfortunes or only some. A final controversy concerns whether or not the harmfulness of death can be reduced. 1. Death is life's ending. 1.1 The Permanence of Death 1.2 Death and What We Are 2.