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Bible Discussion 1 year 11 months ago #100768

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Hello everyone!

Here are some discussion questions from the Bible.


How do you commit to God?
How do you become wise?

Please give Bible verses to support your points.
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Bible Discussion 11 months 1 week ago #116138

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This is not about the questions you asked, but something I am reflecting on this week,
What I learnt: We should always be studying God’s word. So we can understand and know him better. Just like how we study to do the best in a test. Not just once in a while. Or when we feel like. When he comes back to judge us, He will be very happy, we will get many rewards. Instead of just “getting to Heaven” , we can strive to get the best “score” and do the best we can.

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Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.
Psalm 145:3
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Bible Discussion 11 months 1 week ago #116142

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JoyBaker wrote:
This is not about the questions you asked, but something I am reflecting on this week,
What I learnt: We should always be studying God’s word. So we can understand and know him better. Just like how we study to do the best in a test. Not just once in a while. Or when we feel like. When he comes back to judge us, He will be very happy, we will get many rewards. Instead of just “getting to Heaven” , we can strive to get the best “score” and do the best we can.
If that is the case, will there be a greater reward for those that "strive to get the best 'score'"?
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JoyBaker wrote:
This is not about the questions you asked, but something I am reflecting on this week,
What I learnt: We should always be studying God’s word. So we can understand and know him better. Just like how we study to do the best in a test. Not just once in a while. Or when we feel like. When he comes back to judge us, He will be very happy, we will get many rewards. Instead of just “getting to Heaven” , we can strive to get the best “score” and do the best we can.
I just remembered a Bible verse.
2 Timothy 2:15 says:
Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.

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Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.
Psalm 145:3
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Bible Discussion 11 months 1 week ago #116159

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#operationtimetravel worthy post, right?
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JoyBaker wrote:
This is not about the questions you asked, but something I am reflecting on this week,
What I learnt: We should always be studying God’s word. So we can understand and know him better. Just like how we study to do the best in a test. Not just once in a while. Or when we feel like. When he comes back to judge us, He will be very happy, we will shine very brightly. Instead of just “getting to Heaven” , we can strive to get the best “score” and do the best we can.
If that is the case, will there be a greater reward for those that "strive to get the best 'score'"?
No. Sorry, I guess I phrased the sentence wrong. I didn’t mean for it to sound like that… Ok, everyone on God’s side, who he is pleased with, will have the same reward. Salvation. And life forever. But,
I think, the more we do for God, the brighter we’ll shine.
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JoyBaker wrote:
Khriz Kool Katz wrote:
JoyBaker wrote:
This is not about the questions you asked, but something I am reflecting on this week,
What I learnt: We should always be studying God’s word. So we can understand and know him better. Just like how we study to do the best in a test. Not just once in a while. Or when we feel like. When he comes back to judge us, He will be very happy, we will shine very brightly. Instead of just “getting to Heaven” , we can strive to get the best “score” and do the best we can.
If that is the case, will there be a greater reward for those that "strive to get the best 'score'"?
No. Sorry, I guess I phrased the sentence wrong. I didn’t mean for it to sound like that… Ok, everyone on God’s side, who he is pleased with, will have the same reward. Salvation. And life forever. But,
I think, the more we do for God, the brighter we’ll shine.
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It's kool, since you're making a valiant attempt. But, on the matter, I'm sure that I've never read that there will be any difference between God's children when we get eternal life. Also, what difference does it make, if, say for example, I shine brighter than you?
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