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So, whenever you open the sacred word, also open your heart to God in prayer,allowing the words of this commentary to direct your thoughts to the Scripturesand to the One they tell us about.

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he Bible is the word of God and has so many great ways to study it. Studying the Bible by topic or subject is one of those ways. At What Christians Want To Know we strive to encourage others to read the Bible and our list of articles about Bible verses on different topics is growing. To help to have one place to find these on this website, I have created this post. Please bookmark this and you can come back to it while looking for a particular topical verse or scripture. As we write about more Bible topics and subjects we will add a link to them on this article. If you have a topic that is not listed below, please add the topic to the comments and we will do the best we can to come up with a comprehensive list of Bible verses on that topic. As is always the case, we would recommend that you open your Bible and look at the context that each of the scripture quotes come from for a better understanding of the topic.

The Peoples News Testament Bible commentary is a verse by verse study of the Bible for the common reader to understand.
comments that the word prostitute used in this portion of 1 Corinthians 6 may be a reference "specifically to religious prostitution."

A Christian's body is in union with the Holy Spirit.


1 Corinthians 6:9-11 NIV - Bible Gateway

For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God's.

The well-known Bible commentator Matthew Henry comments that Corinth was "famous" for the sin of fornication.

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Tom, I do not agree with the idea that God always delivers us from problems right away. First Peter argues that God will place Christians under duress (e.g. 1:6-8; 4:12-13). The book of Job also sets forth this idea. However, the Bible does also present the idea that God puts limits on our suffering. Note, for example, this statement in 1 Pe 1:6, "n this you greatly rejoice, though now for a little while, if need be, you have been grieved by various trials," The statement "for a little while" indicates that trial will not be perpetual; God puts limits on our suffering. It did not appear that way to Job for a time but his suffering eventually turned to blessing. The Greek for "if" is first class condition meaning that it is true that Christians will suffering; there is no question about it. The word "need" is necessary; it is necessary for Christians to suffer to build their character. "Grieved" carries the idea that believers will experience duress in their lives. "Various trials" show that Christians will sufferi physical, financial, mental or other kinds of sufferings.

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The Christian cannot be in union with both God and another god at the same time.

Given the strong theme in 1 Corinthians 6 of worshipping other gods, there is a very good possibility that this chapter is not addressing individual sexual sins and homosexuality.

Bible Verses By Topic: Inspirational Scriptures by Subject

Given the fact that one expert in ancient Greek feels there is no real English translation for one of the words that is translated as homosexual in some versions of the Bible, this passage should not be used to condemn gays or bisexuals.