Who is the Bride of the Lamb?

The Bride of Christ or the bride, the Lamb’s wife is a term used in reference to a group of related verses in the Bible, in the Gospels, Revelation, the Epistles and related verses in the Old Testament. Sometimes, the bride is implied by calling Jesus a bridegroom.

Is not paying a debt a sin?

No, money is a tool. The Bible specifically says that the “love” of money is evil. If we put money above God in any way, our relationship with money is unhealthy. In fact, the Bible never states that you should not use debt.

Where is hospitality shown in the Bible?

Hospitality is integral to the earliest biblical stories. Hospitality is a significant part of Abraham’s story in Genesis 12, 14, 18, and 19. Each of these stories turn on the proper (and improper) way to treat a stranger. And God expands the notion of hospitality to include more than meals.

Who is Adisciple?

In the world of the Bible, a disciple was a person who followed a teacher, or rabbi, or master, or philosopher. A disciple is first a believer who has exercised faith (Acts 2:38). This means they have experienced conversion and put Jesus at the center of their life and participated in rites of Christian imitation.

What does Luke 22 and 14 say in the Bible?

Luke 22:14 14 When the hour came, Jesus and his apostles reclined at the table.

What is the meaning of Luke 14?

Luke 14 is the fourteenth chapter of the Gospel of Luke in the New Testament of the Christian Bible. It records one miracle performed by Jesus Christ on a Sabbath day, followed by His teachings and parables.

Can you explain Luke 14?

( Luk 14:12-14) Jesus warns His host about the danger of pride when it comes to the guest list. Then He also said to him who invited Him, “When you give a dinner or a supper, do not ask your friends, your brothers, your relatives, nor rich neighbors, lest they also invite you back, and you be repaid.

What does the Bible say about do Unto Others?

In this passage, “the Law” actually refers to the same Jewish Torah that Rabbi Hillel referred to. So both Hillel and Christ formulate a rule which they claim expresses the entire Jewish Law (Torah). And the rule stated by Hillel sounds very much like the “do unto others” Bible verse.