how many times did jesus pray in the bible?

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Answered: What are good bible scriptures in regards to love?

Greater love has no one than this, that one lay down his life for his friends. John 15:13 For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten son, that whosoever believes in Him shall have eternal life. John 3:16. “Love is patient and kind; love does not envy or boast; it is not ...

Answered: Prayers Jesus asked those following Him to Pray!

I am curious. Was it the prayer of jabez ? Or the 10 commandments ? God bless you nanadee

Answered: Picture of crossing to Jesus

Even non-busy ones in rural Kansas will appear the same. After all, He was fully human. Come to think of it, His eyesight was no doubt perfect, so He will see the crossing sharper and more clearly than some old farts with astigmatism, early cataracts, and bad myopia.

Answered: What does the longline represent in the niv bible

Do you mean the timeline that goes from creation to the authoring of Revelation?

Answered: How many times is jewel in the Bible?

3 times in the King James Version. Pro.11:22, Pro.20:15 and Eze.16:12.
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That depends on the translation you are using. in The New Internation Version, the word God is used 2,725 in the Old Testament and 1,244 in the New Testament for a total of 3,969 times.

Don't you think Jesus would like us to rely on ourselves?

Jesus wants us to put our care and burden on him.You have to have faith on Christ Jesus and read Bible regularly. http://www.How-to-study-the-bible.net

Shouldn't Jesus appear before each of us like he did in the Bible to

Sparky's Mom, I guess atheists have to play silly games. Remember Pogs? They were the "in" thing for two years or so, then for ten years they were forgotten, and now you see kids playing Pogs again like it was new. The same with atheism. It comes and goes. It will be the "in" fad for a few ...

Doesn't the Bible say that where strife is, there ...

Amen, all! I hate arguing. I will debate sensibly, but vain disputations do not help anyone. Let go and let God.