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Brampton, Canada

#64 Oct 6, 2012
So we see quite clearly that the daughters of Phillip were NOT prophets (or prophetesses, if you will). They merely preached the word. It took A PROPHET to come and deliver to them the word of the Living God.

Here is the passage from Acts 21: "Now this man (Philip) had four virgin daughters who prophesied (i.e. they preached) And as we stayed many days, A CERTAIN PROPHET named Agabus came down from Judea. When he had come to us, he took Paul’s belt, bound his own hands and feet, and said,“Thus says the Holy Spirit ...."

Case closed.
christine

Los Angeles, CA

#65 Oct 6, 2012
You got caught Stuff now quit trying to defend yourself we all know what you did and why. Your were deceptive
for a reason as Mr Conklin says. Say your sorry and
move on.

Chris
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Brampton, Canada

#66 Oct 7, 2012
christine wrote:
You got caught Stuff now quit trying to defend yourself we all know what you did and why. Your were deceptive
for a reason as Mr Conklin says. Say your sorry and
move on.
Chris
Who are you really?

1. Christine Hurwin, a married woman
2. Christine, with a maiden name since meeting Martinez
3. Chris, a girl who wants to be a boy?

Please answer honestly. Thank you.

Since: Jul 09

St. Paul

#67 Oct 12, 2012
Better stuff wrote:
So we see quite clearly that the daughters of Phillip were NOT prophets (or prophetesses, if you will). They merely preached the word. It took A PROPHET to come and deliver to them the word of the Living God.
Here is the passage from Acts 21: "Now this man (Philip) had four virgin daughters who prophesied (i.e. they preached) And as we stayed many days, A CERTAIN PROPHET named Agabus came down from Judea. When he had come to us, he took Paul’s belt, bound his own hands and feet, and said,“Thus says the Holy Spirit ...."
Case closed.
John Gill ( http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/g ...):

"which did prophesy;
not explain and interpret Scripture, or preach in public assemblies; for these were not allowed women, neither in the Jewish synagogues, nor in Christian assemblies; but they were endowed with a gift of foretelling future events, as was promised such should have in Gospel times,(Joel 2:28)."

Note that he flatly contradicts your lie.
jonebgood

Abbotsford, Canada

#69 Oct 19, 2012
djconklin wrote:
<quoted text>You've got it, Eugene. Watch, he/she will probably make posts agreeing with his/her other identity.
Why would anybody play those stupid games? Changing identities etc. I dont get it.
Better stuff

Brampton, Canada

#70 Oct 19, 2012
jonebgood wrote:
<quoted text>Why would anybody play those stupid games? Changing identities etc. I dont get it.
Ask Christine Hurwin/Christine/Chris.
Better stuff

Brampton, Canada

#71 Oct 19, 2012
djconklin wrote:
<quoted text>John Gill ( http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/g ...):
"which did prophesy;
not explain and interpret Scripture, or preach in public assemblies; for these were not allowed women, neither in the Jewish synagogues, nor in Christian assemblies; but they were endowed with a gift of foretelling future events, as was promised such should have in Gospel times,(Joel 2:28)."

Note that he flatly contradicts the Bible.
Well said. It took ONE prophet to bring the word of God to those FOUR who prophesied, i.e. preached. Read Acts 21.

Since: Jul 09

St. Paul

#72 Oct 20, 2012
jonebgood wrote:
<quoted text>Why would anybody play those stupid games? Changing identities etc. I dont get it.
The losers have to--plus, if they change id's then they can have the second agree with and praise the first and it makes it look like there's more than one person on THEIR side. They also have low self-esteem and they get caught lying so in order to have a "clean" one they start over--couldn't possible take the mature adult and Christians response and apologize and move on.

Since: Jul 09

St. Paul

#73 Oct 20, 2012
Better stuff wrote:
<quoted text>
Well said. It took ONE prophet to bring the word of God to those FOUR who prophesied, i.e. preached. Read Acts 21.
Nope; 5 prophets. There is no indication that anyone preached.
Better stuff

Brampton, Canada

#74 Oct 20, 2012
djconklin wrote:
<quoted text>Nope; 5 prophets. There is no indication that anyone preached.
On the contrary, we see quite clearly that the daughters of Phillip were NOT prophets (or prophetesses, if you will). They merely preached the word. It took A PROPHET to come and deliver to them the word of the Living God.

Here is the passage from Acts 21: "Now this man (Philip) had four virgin daughters who prophesied (i.e. they preached) And as we stayed many days, A CERTAIN PROPHET named Agabus came down from Judea. When he had come to us, he took Paul’s belt, bound his own hands and feet, and said,“Thus says the Holy Spirit ...."

Case closed.

Since: Jul 09

St. Paul

#75 Oct 20, 2012
djconklin wrote:
<quoted text>Nope; 5 prophets. There is no indication that anyone preached.

BS: On the contrary, we see quite clearly that the daughters of Phillip were NOT prophets (or prophetesses, if you will). They merely preached the word. It took A PROPHET to come and deliver to them the word of the Living God.
The Greek in Acts 21:9 about Philip's daughters is "propheteuo" which means "to prophesy, to be a prophet, speak forth by divine inspirations, to predict". No Greek lexicon translates the word as "preached."

John Gill ( http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/g... ):

"which did prophesy;
not explain and interpret Scripture, or preach in public assemblies; for these were not allowed women, neither in the Jewish synagogues, nor in Christian assemblies; but they were endowed with a gift of foretelling future events, as was promised such should have in Gospel times,(Joel 2:28)."

Note that he flatly contradicts your lie.
Better stuff

Brampton, Canada

#76 Oct 20, 2012
djconklin wrote:
<quoted text>The Greek in Acts 21:9 about Philip's daughters is "propheteuo" which means "to prophesy, to be a prophet, speak forth by divine inspirations, to predict". No Greek lexicon translates the word as "preached."
John Gill ( http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/g... ):
"which did prophesy;
not explain and interpret Scripture, or preach in public assemblies; for these were not allowed women, neither in the Jewish synagogues, nor in Christian assemblies; but they were endowed with a gift of foretelling future events, as was promised such should have in Gospel times,(Joel 2:28)."
Note that he flatly contradicts your lie.
Silly man!

The Greek of the word means nothing but the context of it supplies the meaning; just as it is written, "Behold THE LAMB of God that takes away the sin of the world!" Did John see a four-footed beast coming towards him?

Therefore we see clearly that the daughters of Philip preached until a prophet came to deliver the word of God. Read Acts 21.
Better stuff

Brampton, Canada

#77 Oct 20, 2012
djconklin wrote:
<quoted text>The Greek in Acts 21:9 about Philip's daughters is "propheteuo" which means "to prophesy, to be a prophet, speak forth by divine inspirations, to predict". No Greek lexicon translates the word as "preached."
John Gill ( http://www.biblestudytools.com/commentaries/g... ):
"which did prophesy;
not explain and interpret Scripture, or preach in public assemblies; for these were not allowed women, neither in the Jewish synagogues, nor in Christian assemblies; but they were endowed with a gift of foretelling future events, as was promised such should have in Gospel times,(Joel 2:28)."
Note that he flatly contradicts your lie.
Silly man!

The Greek of the word means nothing but the context of it supplies the meaning; just as it is written, "Behold THE LAMB of God that takes away the sin of the world!" Did John see a four-footed beast coming towards him?

Therefore we see clearly that the daughters of Philip preached until a prophet came to deliver the word of God. Read Acts 21.

Since: Jul 09

St. Paul

#78 Oct 20, 2012
>The Greek of the word means nothing but the context of it supplies the meaning

NOW you are finally getting it!!!

>; just as it is written, "Behold THE LAMB of God that takes away the sin of the world!" Did John see a four-footed beast coming towards him?

Now learn the diff between literal and metaphor.

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