Kaliyappan on 08 Dec, 2018 12:29 in Tamil Bible
As a Christian one should help othersநீங்கள் ஒருவருக்கு உதவி செய்ய நினைத்துக்கொண்டு உதவி செய்யாமல் இருந்தால் அதுவும் பாவத்தில் தான் வந்து சேரும் கிறிஸ்தவர்கள் உதவும் வகையில் பணத்தை கொடுக்கலாம் ஆனால் அதற்காக வட்டியை சேர்த்து வாங்க கூடாது வேறு எந்த விதத்திலும் பெறுதல் கூடாது கொடுத்த பணத்தை கேட்கக் கூடாது என்பது நாம் தவறாக புரிந்து கொண்டுள்ளோம் உதவ வேண்டியது கடமை திருப்பி செலுத்த வேண்டியது அவருடைய கடமைஉதவியதற்காக நீ உன் பலனை அறுப்பாய் கடமை தவறியதற்காக அவன் பாவத்தைச் சுமப்பான்May God bless
Kaliyappan on 08 Dec, 2018 12:21 in Tamil Bible
5 இயேசு பிரதியுத்தரமாக: ஒருவன் ஜலத்தினாலும் ஆவியினாலும் பிறாவாவிட்டால் தேவனுடைய ராஜ்யத்தில் பிரவேசிக்கமாட்டான் என்று மெய்யாகவே மெய்யாகவே உனக்குச் சொல்லுகிறேன்.யோவான் 3:5Baptism is very very important Without baptized no one can't reach heaven.Whoever says anything don't believe themWater baptism is very important for a soulThe person who baptized should confess by his heart, not by his word of mouth.While baptism especially when we were dipped in water, our last soul goes out, while we came out our new soul which was white as snow was given by the God.If anybody confess only by word of mouth and said I'm baptized, it's not a true baptism, that person should come by his or her heart with the blessing of lord, they should be baptized again.I includes and concludes this,Water baptism is very very important.May God bless
Kaliyappan on 08 Dec, 2018 12:07 in Tamil Bible
Reply #4 by udaya is absolutely rightFrom 1st Corinthians verses what he quoted is very true.Women may cover their head or may not.Both is right. There is no problems with those who are not covering their heads.May god blessAmen
Justin Issac on 07 Dec, 2018 00:45 in Tamil Bible
Baptism is, as i have pointed out. It is an act of Obedience. Ofcourse it is a public declaration too, but what comes first is an act obedience to what we had already believed. Because you declare what you believed and obeyed. Otherwise it is not the true faith that has to be acted on to be alive (James 2:17/ Rom 10:10) So, first comes belief and then the result of that we obey and declare to the world (Act 8:37/Mark16:16).
Justin Issac on 06 Dec, 2018 11:15 in Tamil Bible
Christ’s first miracle of turning water into wine at the wedding at Cana almost certainly involved a fermented beverage, according to Jewish wedding tradition. Of course, just because Jesus turned water into wine doesn’t prove that He drank the wine at the wedding, (but it would have been normal for Him to do so.) Christians who want to keep a biblical view of drinking wine should either drink in moderation, never to drunkenness, or abstain totally.All Christians would agree drunkenness is sinful, and Christ Himself warns against it (Luke 12:45). However, a biblical view of wine is that it is given as something to delight in (Psalm 104:14–15). There are plenty of warnings against alcohol abuse, in texts like Proverbs 20:1 "Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise." Notice the word “deceived” in this verse. Wine promises joy and peace, but it’s a lie. It only brings problems.Solomon later rejected his own counsel here and gave himself to wine (Ecclesiastes 2:3). According to the God-given wisdom that he espoused here, this was not wise.Everything should be used in moderation "Let your "moderation" be known unto all men. The Lord is at hand." Philippians 4:5.The Greek word for “moderation” here is “EPIEIKES,” and it was translated “gentle” three times, “patient” one time, and “moderation” one time in the (King James Version.) "All things are lawful for me, but all things are not expedient: all things are lawful for me, but all things edify not."1Cor 10:23. Amen......I hope i answered your question.....
Justin Issac on 06 Dec, 2018 11:06 in Tamil Bible
Deut 14:26, Strong drink - From this it is clear that the use of strong drink is not sinful in itself. The same word appears in its Greek form (Heb., shęcar; Greek, sikęr) in Luke 1:15. But then, See in Leviticus 10:9 says, "Do not drink wine nor strong drink, thou, nor thy sons with thee, when ye go into the tabernacle of the congregation, lest ye die: it shall be a statute for ever throughout your generations:" - Leviticus 10:9In the Old Testament ‘wine and strong drink’ covers all liquids that cause inebriation especially those which lead men into folly (compare Numbers 6:3; Deuteronomy 29:6, Judges 13:4, Judges 13:7, Judges 13:14, Proverbs 20:1, Proverbs 31:4, Proverbs 31:6). However, it is accepted that men do desire it for themselves and that they may enjoy it in moderation (Deuteronomy 14:26). In this context it must be remembered that when fresh, drinkable water was not available, which was often, wine was the main alternative. But it was wine that brought Noah into folly and brought shame on his household (Genesis 9:21-27), an incident which was from the beginning a constant reminder of its dangers when taken in excess.
svikram13 on 06 Dec, 2018 08:45 in Tamil Bible
This depends on one’s view of how Scripture should be interpreted in relation to contemporary culture. To understand how this teaching on head coverings applies to us today, consider the following:1. What issues were being addressed? The underlying issue in this passage is male headship as related to God’s and Christ’s headship (v. 3). Women in first-century Eastern Mediterranean culture covered their hair when they got married. Hair was the chief element of female beauty, so only a husband was to view his wife’s hair. Uncovered hair was thus associated with seduction. Wealthy women, however, paid a lot for stylish hair fashions and often left their hair uncovered, which probably increased the tension between wealthy and poor women.2. What principles offered here transcend their cultural context? Paul opposed behavior that could appear seductive, and he warned against bringing dishonor on one’s family. Paul also opposed ostentation and class division in the church. Those concerns remain crucial today. Historically, Paul’s reference to the order of creation (vv. 7 – 9) has been seen as indicating a directive that women of all times should wear a head covering, though in modern times most see in these verses a temporary cultural significance to the covering/uncovering of the head.3. How can these principles be applied today? Paul’s message then was: show respect for and submission to your husband by covering your head during public worship. The principles Paul used to support head coverings in Corinth might support hats and veils today. However, some of the same principles might also be used to suggest that women not wear head coverings, especially if head coverings become objects of attention or attraction. It is possible that on some issues more than one practice is acceptable, depending on the culture being considered. Christians differ in understanding the implications of male headship today.
svikram13 on 06 Dec, 2018 08:38 in Tamil Bible
svikram13 on 06 Dec, 2018 08:36 in Tamil Bible
It’s clear from this verse and others that fermented drink was an acceptable part of the Israelite diet. But the Bible warns against drunkenness (Gal 5:21; Eph 5:18) and urges moderation in using fermented drinks. See Does Proverbs teach abstinence from alcohol? (Pr 20:1).
Davidj on 05 Dec, 2018 19:32 in Tamil Bible