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How dining with Jesus increases your virtues.

Did you know from this daily Bible trivia that Jesus is the Greatest Surgeon you can ever meet at a dining table? Rest assured, as you eat at his banquet table, he removes the vices from you and replaces them with the fruits of His son, Christ.

Remain at His Table. Because the process of eliminating vices occurs while dining with Him at His table.

Consequently, we should know that God the Father sees humans through Christ, like a mirror. Hence, God wants us to have the image of Christ Jesus. God perceives us through Christ and His righteousness.

However, if God has not destroyed the world by fire until now, as he did when he flooded it during Noah’s days, It is because Jesus Christ bought us for God with his blood. There are virtues in Christ and vices in Satan.

Therefore, as soon as you sit down to dine with him, your access to convent time begins. Let’s say you have 30% fruits of the spirit and 70% vices on the starting date. That means you are 30% like Christ (the image of Christ) and 70% like the devil (the image of the devil).

Everyone born to a woman came into the world with more vices than fruits of the spirit. This is due to the sins and iniquities committed by our parents and ancestors before us. Did you fully know this divine order?

As you eat regularly at his table in Mountain Zion (keeping quiet time), Jesus will focus on your spiritual growth. Indeed, He is the Lord. He will work on you gradually until you become 95% fruits and 5% vices.

Jesus’ spiritual teachings at the Feast of Booths Jerusalem.

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Did you know that many people misunderstand Jesus’ spiritual teachings to mean anything bodily?

Did you know that the term “the Jews,” as it appears in the gospel of John, usually refers to Jerusalem’s religious authorities and adherents?

Tell the Israelites, “I AM has sent me to you.” Did you know that Jesus made this assertion repeatedly?” This statement, “I AM,” appears seven times in the gospel of John, meaning that He is God. ”

The gospel of John (John 8:12) emphasises this assertion in detail. These are Jesus’s seven “I AM” declarations.

“‘I AM has sent me to you.'” When Jesus employs this phrase, He purposely invokes the same essence.

In the argument, Jesus stated the second of these claims: “I am the light of the world” (John 8:12).

He suggests that Abraham, a holy man, anticipated the arrival of the Messiah and “joyed” when the day of Jesus ultimately arrived. The way He chose to phrase things in the original Greek suggests a profound, innate, and organic knowing.

His detractors laughed at this shocking—yet compelling—discovery, asking, “You’re not even fifty; how can you have seen Abraham?”

Jesus responds with what some call the “hidden ‘I AM'” remark because it is not usually included in the other statements. Paradoxically, this is the most straightforward use of this phrase by Jesus.

Indeed, his detractors keep the meaning intact. Everyone who hears Jesus declare, “I AM,” understands exactly what He means—that He is God (John 10:33).

Those who argue that Jesus never indeed claimed to be God ought to take into account the response the religious establishment gave to His teachings, as demonstrated in the following verse. They are so furious that they make an immediate effort to stone Jesus (John 8:59).

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Did you know that no human has ever stepped foot on this earth with the same or greater glory as Adam?

Did you know Judas Iscariot was the worst trader and greatest loser ever? Imagine that we were to write down everything he lost. The world would need more space to accommodate all our published books. He traded the Lord for thirty pieces of silver, which he needed more time to spend.

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Did you know the trivia about the luckiest man to have stepped foot on Earth? He didn’t contemplate or strive for it but received it effortlessly.

He was the first human soul to enter paradise simultaneously with the Lord. Even before Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, the other criminal, Jesus, answered, “Truly, I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise.” Luke 23.

Did you know that, despite their immortality, leviathans, or mermaids, would not eat if God didn’t feed them?

There, the ships go to and fro, and Leviathan, which you formed, frolics there. All creatures look to you to provide food at the right time. Psalm 104:26/27. Then, in vain, the people worship these losers, who call themselves gods and goddesses but cannot feed or save themselves.

Are you astonished that Haman, the son of Hammedatha the Agagite, conspired against Mordecai and wanted to destroy the Jews? Haman was a descendant of King Agag of the Amalekites, whom King Saul and the people spared and whom Samuel cut into pieces before the Lord at Gilgal.

Agag is highly significant. Balak, the son of Zippor, initiated the battle by hiring Balaam, the chief of sorcery, during Moses’s days, 450 years before Haman’s birth. In his third prophecy, Numbers 24:7, Balaam said that the king of Israel (Christ) would be higher than Agag and exalted.

Did you know all the power of God working in your life?

Jesus’ public career begins and ends in John chapters seven and eight. In these verses, He will publicly refute the Jewish leaders’ errors in faith and reveal His involvement in humanity’s redemption. Do you recognise this fact?

Who’s the funniest prophet in the Bible? Jonah is Amittai’s son. Indeed, according to Matthew 6:6, God, who is invisible and aware of all actions, sent Jonah to Nineveh.

Instead, Jonah went down to Joppa and sailed for Tarsis, fleeing from the Lord. He was so convinced that God would not see him that he went to sleep under the ship’s deck. What could be more amusing? What great daily Bible trivia!

Did you know that none of Esther’s books, chapters one through ten, mention God? However, reading Esther’s book will undoubtedly make you realise that God orchestrates every event in Esther’s book.

Do you know if you serve other gods or if, out of your ignorance, someone leads you to sin? You are caused? This can only happen when you fail to follow the Lord’s commandments; otherwise, it will not occur.

The LORD will drive you and the king you set over you to a nation unknown to you or your fathers. You’ll worship other wood and stone gods (Deuteronomy 28:36).

Did you know fire fell from heaven in the days of Moses, David, Solomon, and Elijah? On all those occasions, God sent the fire by His own will. Only Elias called for the fire triad among these great men of God.

The fire that fell from heaven spanned the Korah and Abiram incidents and the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. Then, Revelation 13:13 and 20:9, Genesis 19:24, Leviticus 9:24, 1 Chronicles 21:26, 2 Chronicles 18:38, 2 Kings 1:10–12, 1 Kings 18:38, and Job 1:116 all mention fire from heaven.

Praise the Lord; my soul forgets not His benefits.

Did you know Hebrew does not mean “descendant of Jacob”, as is widely believed? Then, an escaped individual arrived and informed Abram, who was a Hebrew. “For he dwelt by the terebinth trees of Mamre the Amorite, brother of Eshcol, and brother of Aner; and they were allies with Abram” (Genesis 14:13).

Therefore, before Jacob was born, people referred to Abraham as the Hebrew.

Did you know the disciples cannot comprehend the concept of “the church,” let alone form it, without the guidance and influence of the Holy Spirit?

Did you know of this exceptional occurrence? Korah, On, Dathan, and Abiram brought nothing into the world. However, they took away everything they had. With everything they owned, they went down alive into the realm of the dead (Numbers 16). The Lord—he is God!

Are you aware Moses was the first to predict the Saviour’s coming? “Rejoice with His people, O Gentiles, for He will avenge the blood of His servants and render vengeance to His adversaries; He will provide atonement for His land and His people” (Deuteronomy 32).

Did you know that, from Adam to Christ, only three people did not experience death? They go directly from the earth to heaven.

  • Enoch walked with God, but he was not; God took him.
  • Then Melchizedek, king of Salem, brought bread and wine, indicating Christ.
  • In a whirlwind. Elijah went up to heaven.

Did you know this daily Bible trivia contains two of the most mysterious men ever sojourned on earth?

  • Melchizedek: There is no account of his parents, siblings, or children; nobody heard anything of him after his encounters with Abraham. It is life-changing for lovers of tithing.
  • Elijah the Tishbite: There is no record of parents, siblings, or children; besides that, he was from Tishbe in Gilead. Amazing!

Did you know that the devil once disappeared from the Earth?

Did you know there was a time when devils vanished from the earth’s surface? After the flood completely receded, God asked Noah and his family to “come out of the ark.” The earth was like a washed, dirty cloth, shining white and clean. Then, the earth became a place where the devils could live.

Then Noah built an altar for the Lord, took every clean animal and every clean bird, and offered burnt offerings on it. The Lord smelled a soothing aroma, confirming it. The aroma pleased God, and all were clean. Everything was clean; not even the foul devils were present on Earth, allowing God to make a promise.

“I will never again curse the earth for man’s sake, although the imagination of man’s heart is evil from his youth; nor will I destroy every living thing as I have done.” Genesis 8:20-21.

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Until Noah declared, “Cursed be Canaan; he shall be a servant of servants to his brethren.” This action resulted in the devils returning to execute the curse against Ham (Genesis 9:25).

There were no devils on Earth, but they had to return to carry out the curse Noah pronounced against his son Ham.

How many people in the Bible kill lions? 3! Did you know?

  1. In the field, David killed the lion and the bear with bare hands while watching over sheep.
  2. Samson saw a lion charging at him. The Spirit of the Lord descended upon him with such power that he tore the lion apart with his bare hands.
  3. Benaiah, son of Jehoiada, did great exploits. He chased a lion into a pit on a wet and snowy day. Then, despite the snow and slippery ground, he caught the lion and killed it.”

Did you know? This fascinating daily trivia helps us uncover intriguing wonders and hidden stories from the Bible. Unveil the mysteries of God and his chosen messengers.

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