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I think it all depends on whether God was somewhere on Earth, or if He was in Heaven, when satan was able to approach Him in the Book of Job.

It also depends when Jesus saw THIS:

Luke 10:18 New King James Version (NKJV)
18 And He said to them, “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven.
Satan still have freedom to access both heaven and earth during the time of Job..

Job 1: KJV
6 "¶ Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them. {7} And the LORD said unto Satan, Whence comest thou? Then Satan answered the LORD, and said, From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it."

The LORD came to earth in the form of the LORD Jesus Christ many years after this.. God was in Heaven when the Angels presented themselves before Him.. Satan was with them..
 

CharliRenee

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Why did Rachel weep?

For a smiley face how can Rachel weep thousands of yours after her death?

2 Part question....
Thus says the Lord : "A voice is heard in Ramah, lamentation and bitter weeping. Rachel is weeping for her children; she refuses to be comforted for her children, because they are no more."
Jeremiah 31:15 ESV
 

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how can Rachel weep thousands of yours after her death?

Good question, I can see that she did, and that God told her to stop but how is a good question that I do not know.
 

PennEd

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Satan still have freedom to access both heaven and earth during the time of Job..

Job 1: KJV
6 "¶ Now there was a day when the sons of God came to present themselves before the LORD, and Satan came also among them. {7} And the LORD said unto Satan, Whence comest thou? Then Satan answered the LORD, and said, From going to and fro in the earth, and from walking up and down in it."

The LORD came to earth in the form of the LORD Jesus Christ many years after this.. God was in Heaven when the Angels presented themselves before Him.. Satan was with them..
Could be, but the text does not say they were in Heaven. That's an assumption.

When did Jesus see Satan fall?
 

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how can Rachel weep thousands of yours after her death?

Good question, I can see that she did, and that God told her to stop but how is a good question that I do not know.
One of the GREATEST phrases in Scripture is God "IS" the God of Abraham, Isaic, Jacob, and so on..... It says this "IS" even thousands of years after they "died"..... They, Rachel and all who die in Him are still alive, forever....

Honestly, I do believe it is a figure of speech because there is no sorrow in heaven and Rachel weepted when Herod killed all the Jewish boys 2 years and younger, figuratively because they are her descendants (she is one of the Patriarchal Mothers of the Jews ).

I love how Scripture NEVER refers to us humans, that died in Him, as dead, gone, no longer exist, but always refers to those that have moved to heaven still in the first person.... we just cast off this old tent and exchanged it for a glorified body.... Still alive in Christ!!!!
 

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One of the GREATEST phrases in Scripture is God "IS" the God of Abraham, Isaic, Jacob, and so on..... It says this "IS" even thousands of years after they "died"..... They, Rachel and all who die in Him are still alive, forever....

Honestly, I do believe it is a figure of speech because there is no sorrow in heaven and Rachel weepted when Herod killed all the Jewish boys 2 years and younger, figuratively because they are her descendants (she is one of the Patriarchal Mothers of the Jews ).

I love how Scripture NEVER refers to us humans, that died in Him, as dead, gone, no longer exist, but always refers to those that have moved to heaven still in the first person.... we just cast off this old tent and exchanged it for a glorified body.... Still alive in Christ!!!!
Wow, never quite looked at the is like that...

One of the GREATEST phrases in Scripture is God "IS" the God of Abraham, Isaic, Jacob, and so on..... It says this "IS" even thousands of years after they "died"..... They, Rachel and all who die in Him are still alive, forever....


Thanks for the epihany, ah haaaa moment. God Bless you.
 

jacob_g

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Wow, never quite looked at the is like that...

One of the GREATEST phrases in Scripture is God "IS" the God of Abraham, Isaic, Jacob, and so on..... It says this "IS" even thousands of years after they "died"..... They, Rachel and all who die in Him are still alive, forever....


Thanks for the epiphany, ah haaaa moment. God Bless you.
I had to look up epiphany to find out what that means.... Not that smart.... I need words like "see Jane run".... lol.....
Thank you for increasing my vocabulary.... I just hope I remember it....lol....

God is GOOD ALL THE TIME!!!!
 

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One of the GREATEST phrases in Scripture is God "IS" the God of Abraham, Isaic, Jacob, and so on..... It says this "IS" even thousands of years after they "died"..... They, Rachel and all who die in Him are still alive, forever....

Honestly, I do believe it is a figure of speech because there is no sorrow in heaven and Rachel weepted when Herod killed all the Jewish boys 2 years and younger, figuratively because they are her descendants (she is one of the Patriarchal Mothers of the Jews ).

I love how Scripture NEVER refers to us humans, that died in Him, as dead, gone, no longer exist, but always refers to those that have moved to heaven still in the first person.... we just cast off this old tent and exchanged it for a glorified body.... Still alive in Christ!!!!
It is the same as Abel's blood crying out to God from the ground (Gen. 4:10). Or the saints, slain by the beast, crying from under God's altar (Rev. 6:9-11). God is looking across time itself, because He is not limited to time as we are.
 

CharliRenee

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I had to look up epiphany to find out what that means.... Not that smart.... I need words like "see Jane run".... lol.....
Thank you for increasing my vocabulary.... I just hope I remember it....lol....

God is GOOD ALL THE TIME!!!!
Ugh at my editing error of epiphany....you might of known had I spelled it correctly.

Anyway, it is you or @Deades' turn for another question, right?
 

CharliRenee

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Ok, i'll go.

How did Eli die after hearing about the death of two others and who were the others?
 

Deade

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Ok, i'll go.

How did Eli die after hearing about the death of two others and who were the others?
I don't even have to look it up. My second book has a "trek" through 1 Samuel. Eli was old and fat. When he heard Hophni and Phinehas, his sons, were killed he fell backward off his stool and died of a broken neck.

What city did Saul live in before he became king of Israel?
 

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I don't even have to look it up. My second book has a "trek" through 1 Samuel. Eli was old and fat. When he heard Hophni and Phinehas, his sons, were killed he fell backward off his stool and died of a broken neck.

What city did Saul live in before he became king of Israel?

We just finished up 1 Samuel! I believe the answer is Gibeah.


What was the 1st word spoken by Jesus after His Resurrection?
 

Deade

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We just finished up 1 Samuel! I believe the answer is Gibeah.


What was the 1st word spoken by Jesus after His Resurrection?
Matt. 28:9 "And behold, Jesus met them and said, “Greetings!” And they came up and took hold of his feet and worshiped him."

What is the day of "Preparation?" :unsure:
 

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Matt. 28:9 "And behold, Jesus met them and said, “Greetings!” And they came up and took hold of his feet and worshiped him."

What is the day of "Preparation?" :unsure:
And when evening had come, since it was the day of Preparation, that is, the day before the Sabbath,
Mark 15:42 ESV
 

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I'm thinking of a question......maybe something easy and fun......:unsure:

How about put these events in chronological order:

- Great White Throne of Judgement
- David kills Goliath
- Yeshua/Jesus heals 10 lepers
- Samson kills a lion
- Ruth returns to Bethlehem with Naomi
- Yeshua/Jesus is cruicified
- Joshua leads the Israelites into the Promised Land
- Yeshua/Jesus at age of 12 is discuss the Torah with the scribes and priests
- Saul encounters Yeshua/Jesus on the road to Damascus


Have fun! First one to post answer wins!!! :love:(y)
 

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I'm thinking of a question......maybe something easy and fun......:unsure:

How about put these events in chronological order:

- Great White Throne of Judgement
- David kills Goliath
- Yeshua/Jesus heals 10 lepers
- Samson kills a lion
- Ruth returns to Bethlehem with Naomi
- Yeshua/Jesus is cruicified
- Joshua leads the Israelites into the Promised Land
- Yeshua/Jesus at age of 12 is discuss the Torah with the scribes and priests
- Saul encounters Yeshua/Jesus on the road to Damascus


Have fun! First one to post answer wins!!! :love:(y)
- Joshua leads the Israelites into the Promised Land
- Samson kills a lion
- Ruth returns to Bethlehem with Naomi
- David kills Goliath
- Yeshua/Jesus at age of 12 is discuss the Torah with the scribes and priests
- Yeshua/Jesus heals 10 lepers
- Yeshua/Jesus is cruicified
- Saul encounters Yeshua/Jesus on the road to Damascus
- Great White Throne of Judgement
 

Lafftur

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- Joshua leads the Israelites into the Promised Land
- Samson kills a lion
- Ruth returns to Bethlehem with Naomi
- David kills Goliath
- Yeshua/Jesus at age of 12 is discuss the Torah with the scribes and priests
- Yeshua/Jesus heals 10 lepers
- Yeshua/Jesus is cruicified
- Saul encounters Yeshua/Jesus on the road to Damascus
- Great White Throne of Judgement
Excellent, Marcelo! You are correct. :love:(y)
 

Marcelo

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Where was the Colossian church located?
(the ancient city of Colossae)

A- 100 km North of Izmir
B- 50 km South of Eskişehir
C- 30 km North of Antalya
D- 15 km East of Denizli