Text / topic of your last exegesis? GO!

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Text / topic of your last exegesis?
GO!

29 Comments

  • Reply November 28, 2017

    Street Preacherz

    Open:

    2 Peter 3:18 KJV — But grow in grace, and in the knowledge of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. To him be glory both now and for ever. Amen.

    “And Jacob was left alone; and there wrestled a man with him until the breaking of the day.” Gen 32:24
    “Who shall ascend into the hill of the LORD? or who shall stand in his holy place?
    He that hath clean hands, and a pure heart; who hath not lifted up his soul unto vanity, nor sworn deceitfully.
    He shall receive the blessing from the LORD, and righteousness from the God of his salvation.
    This is the generation of them that seek him, that seek thy face, O Jacob. Selah.”
    Psalm 24:3-6
    Jacob the supplanter came to the end of his skills schemes
    The born again man comes to the end of his self. His righteousness, his efforts, means nothing. He lays ahold of God and his promise. He is changed.
    This a whole generation of Jacobs. born again men.
    Yesterday

  • Reply November 28, 2017

    Louise Cummings

    Other numbers I call the station he is on.

  • Reply November 28, 2017

    Curt Stewart

    The book of Hebrews
    I’m still in it

  • Reply November 28, 2017

    Paul L. King

    I am preaching through Ephesians, the Epistle of the Higher Life

  • Reply November 29, 2017

    Street Preacherz

    Mr Troy Day
    What was your most recent exegesis?

  • Reply November 29, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    Paul L. King Give us the scoop on Ephesians 3:20ff 🙂

  • Reply December 1, 2017

    Varnel Watson

    #bump Henry Volk

  • Reply December 16, 2018

    Lyn Wilson

    Why should anyone assume that the only reliable bible is the KJV?

    • Reply December 17, 2018

      Steve Losee

      I love the old KJV, bu use the NKJV andoften the NASB…between them, I find they’re actually better than the…well, never mind.

  • Reply December 16, 2018

    Laya Ashton

    Old English sure is beautiful

  • Reply December 16, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Why should anyone assume this OP is about KJV?

    • Reply December 16, 2018

      Lyn Wilson

      There’s that big sticker about the KJV. Is this supposed to be some kind of game?

    • Reply December 16, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      So you never read the actual OP Title or went on to read the article 🙂 You just saw the sticker

    • Reply December 16, 2018

      Lyn Wilson

      yeah. I thought that was the topic

    • Reply December 16, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      next we gonna do theology via emojis

  • Reply December 17, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    IS ANYONE doing exegesis on Mt 1:1-17 this week and IF NOT WHY? Isara Mo Michael Ellis Carter Jr. Henry Volk Steve Losee – your post from back in the day is not in order brother 🙂

    • Reply December 17, 2018

      Steve Losee

      Sorry; I’ve switched from Genesis to Job & Matthew, with a Psalm in between. Mat. 1 is Reflections 27 through 34.

    • Reply December 17, 2018

      Michael Ellis Carter Jr.

      Troy Day I cover it a week ago and have moved up a bit on the story. I did t use KJV though lol, I proudly preached from my NASB ?

    • Reply December 17, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      You covered Christmas first of Dec and now you are preaching on Easter already 🙂 ?

    • Reply December 17, 2018

      Michael Ellis Carter Jr.

      Troy Day nope I’m done for the year ?

  • Reply December 17, 2018

    Jerome Herrick Weymouth

    According to the king James only bunch “If you don’t like KJV you ain’t saved!”

    • Reply December 18, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      KJV is not the topic of this OP

    • Reply December 18, 2018

      Jerome Herrick Weymouth

      Troy Day
      Roman’s 14 and Acts 15, weak faith, strong faith, day and festivals observed. Insights into those who add to the gospels giving what they say in allowable according to their pet peeves.

    • Reply December 18, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      Interesting I would like to read it if you post

    • Reply December 18, 2018

      Jerome Herrick Weymouth

      Troy Day
      It would be oral,but it seems to be more with what I deal with on FB, which there’s always a debate on what is not allowable according to what one group or churches teaches… I’ve argued about days and it was with those who have said I need to obey the law concerning Days, foods, and festivals. And after they have given me the run down on the levitical laws.
      I give them what the new testament teachings from Roman’s 14 and from the Jerusalem council in Acts 15. My argument is ignored while they keep beating a dead horse. Weak faith says the can only eat veggies, weak faith says they must keep festivals, while strong faith says that you can eat what ever you like, strong faith says you can observe any days you like… then the word teaches us not to condemn those with weak faith, and those with weak faith not to condemn those with strong faith… but let every man be persuaded in his own mind. And Paul gives us wisdom with this when he said not to eat around those who are offended with the foods we eat…wait till they go home and then enjoy that BLT sandwich. But even with what I present, people are stuck in thier ways.

    • Reply December 20, 2018

      Varnel Watson

      oral exegesis? – do tell us the whole story now 🙂

    • Reply December 20, 2018

      Jerome Herrick Weymouth

      Troy Day
      A critical exposition of a text…more like a critical examination of Judaizers who add to the gospel…unless you are circumcised according to the law of Moses, unless you keep the old testament laws, festivals, quit eating meat, have Christmas tree in your home, listen to Christian music, own at.v. go to amusement parks or movie houses. This is what I mean sir.

  • Reply December 18, 2018

    Varnel Watson

    Michael Ellis Carter Jr. gives us your current or next exegesis then

  • Reply December 20, 2018

    Joe Absher

    The humility of Christ.

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