The bible says your body is a temple, why do you still have temples?
The new testament says God no longer dwells in building.
A temple is simply another term for a holy place. Your body is a holy vessel and should be treated as such meaning you shouldn't put things in it that would harm it, such as alcohol, drugs, or tobacco... among other things. God dwells everywhere, including in all of us.
by Debra Allen 22 months ago
The Bible says that all one has to do is ask for forgiveness. Now being that, do you think that Satan might have already asked God for forgiveness? Now before you rattle off scripture.....I don't believe...but I could be wrong....that the Bible has nothing to say on that.
by sir_tallest 7 years ago
The bible says it's okay to spank a child for wrong doing......what do you say
by Melissa Barrett 2 years ago
I have said many times that what you seek in the bible you shall find. Still I see the same few verses being thrown around in support of one opinion or another. I wonder why those particular verses stick with certain people and other, just as worthy verses are ignored.Like this one......
by mmminternational 8 years ago
When we remember God some people do it in the form of body art. If our bodies are the temples of the Living God, does He approve of us damaging our bodies just to remember Him?
by goffie33 9 years ago
The bible says if we repent and ask for forgiveness that we are forgiven because of God's grace and
by Felixedet2000 6 years ago
Christ said that he came to look for the lost sheep of Israel, but his people rejected him and killed him for saying that.He was kill for saying he is the son of God, The manifestation of events before and after his death can only be describe as supernatural in all its ramification. The Bible made...
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