|Statement||by A. G. Chaudhary.|
|Contributions||Chaudhary, Abdul Ghafoor.|
|LC Classifications||LAW |
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 108 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||108|
|LC Control Number||sa 66002411|
What the Bible says about Oaths (From Forerunner Commentary) Genesis In America and other places in the Western world, oath-takers raise their right hands and pledge to perform certain actions, sometimes placing their left hands on a Bible. But Christ was made a priest with the oath of God: The Lord hath sworn, and will not repent, Thou art a priest for ever after the order of Melchisedec, v. Here God has upon oath declared the immutability, excellency, efficacy, and eternity, of the priesthood of Christ. 5. Complete Concise Chapter Contents. The appointment of deacons. () Stephen falsely accused of blasphemy. () Commentary on Acts (Read Acts ). Hitherto the disciples had been of one accord; this often had been noticed to their honour; but now they were multiplied, they began to murmur. The oath is an act of idolatry, and it is so commonplace, that its presence is hardly noticed. Yet, it is present in almost all political and religious systems. The only religious system that forbids it is true scriptural Christianity. (Swear an Oath, Tell A Lie (accessed 9/30/).).
Because of confusion over who was to administer the oath, Lincoln issued another proclamation on Ma , empowering "any commissioned officer, civil, military, or naval in the service of the United States", as well as those persons in the territories which were "not in insurrection who were by the laws therefore qualified for. hand of the Lord was with him--by special tokens marking him out as one destined to some great work (1 Kings , 2 Kings , Acts ). There is not a word in this noble burst of divine song about his own child; like Elisabeth losing sight entirely of self, in the glory of a Greater than both. A Siberian court had last week rejected a petition to ban a commentary on the Gita in the Russian Federation. In India, there was a time when witnesses did have to swear by the sacred book of his or her religion. It was supposed to make them speak nothing but the whole truth. The solemn oath taken by him who had the book in his hand. IV. The charge given to the apostle, and observed by him. Rev Here we have an account of another vision the apostle was favoured with, between the sounding of the sixth trumpet and that of the seventh. Commentary .
Matthew Henry's Concise Commentary When a person made engagements rashly, he suffered his mouth to cause his flesh to sin. The case supposes a man coming to the priest, and pretending that his vow was made rashly, and that it would be wrong to fulfil it. Acts 2 Commentary, One of over Bible commentaries freely available, this commentary, by the leading authority in the Church of Christ, presents a verse level look at the Bible. and that exaltation was the fulfillment of God's oath that a descendant of David would sit upon his throne in perpetuity. In the book of Acts, the disciples. An oath only has value in upholding the truth of what is promised if the one who makes the oath intends to fulfill it. If a vow is broken, that which was sworn is shown to be false; however, the truth that God will hold accountable those who violate sacred vows remains (Num. –2). and Act ; Jam and Act , 29; Jam and Act , 14, 25; Jam and Act ; Jam –20 and Act ). The author speaks with a tone of authority befitting the position of James, the half brother of Jesus. The high spiritual tone of the book fits with the.