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Please could some Christian teach me..
Acts 2:31He seeing this before spake of the resurrection of Christ, that his soul was not left (kataleipo) in hell (hades), neither his flesh did see corruption. (KJV translation)
Matthew Henry says... Thou wilt not leave my soul in hell (in hades, in the invisible state, so hades properly signifies); "but, though thou suffer it for a time to remove thither, and to remain there, yet thou wilt remand it; thou wilt not leave it there, as thou dost the souls of other men. (Matthew Henry Complete Commentary on the Whole Bible, Source)

Asked by fast tracker, 19 Mar '09 08:52 pm
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As per King James Version ( which is generally accepted by Christian scholars of the Holy Bible as authentic translation) the script goes like this . Acts 2:31 seeing this before spake of the resurrectionof Christ, that this His soulwas not left in hell, neitherhis flesh did see corruption. see also Acts 2:27 Because thouwillnot leave my soulin hell, neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy one to see corruption. this script is more clearer than commentary of Mathew Henry. commentary is commentary and original text is authentic. now this text according to Holy Bible refers to the ressurection of Jesus from the dead on the 3rd day after His burrial.
Answered by sharad sharad, 22 Mar '09 08:18 pm

 
  
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