CloudInRaining Truth 

Let my teaching fall like rain,
and my words descend like dew,
like showers on new grass,
like abundant rain on tender plants.
(Deuteronomy 32:2 NIV)

In Deuteronomy 32:2, God’s words are described like rain upon tender grass. And clouds in the Bible reference the spiritual realm where prophets like Moses met with God (Exodus 24).  As clouds are the source of water that gives life to all living creatures, God’s word is the source of life that gives life to our souls. Like Moses, we earnestly desire to enter the clouds to be those who receive, obey, and share the truth that gives life. 

CloudIn is a group of people with various backgrounds in theology, psychology, religion, art, and technology; but we are all connected by one purpose–to find the exact answers within the Bible without arbitrary interpretation.

We believe all questions about the Bible can be answered within the Bible.

Welcome and join us in our discussions, as we find the true meanings of God’s word!

If you have any question, feel free to contact us.

Contact Email: cloudinblog@gmail.com

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  1. Salamaoalikum wr wb (Peace of God almighty be on the managers of this blog)

    Jazakallah – May Allah (SWT) reward you for following “Do Not Say Trinity”. May God increase mine and your knowledge.

    Ibn Salim Khan

  2. Well, it seems so nice to be among peaceful company. It is so hard coming out of the battles and the wars with the worldly evils to be meek like Jesus wants us to be; to be calm and forgiving like our Father teaches us. Peace and prosperity to you. –Cliff Harrison

  3. Thanks for visiting my blog and following! It looks like we have similar thoughts about finding our answers in the Bible. I look forward to reading more of your posts! Blessings on you.

  4. Just wanted to thank you personally for visiting me and following Pondered Thoughts.

    Looking forward to the blessings of your comments.

    Looking forward to getting to know you through your blog as well.

    All good things!

  5. Thanks for the follow on my blog! I am intrigued by yours and would like to follow it as well. Usually I just click on a “Follow” link on the bottom right of some people’s blog, but I can’t find anything to click on yours. Am I just blog-challenged? ha ha That is possible, since I’m fairly new blogger. Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.

    • Hello there!
      Thanks for your interest in our blog! If you look at the top left corner it should say “Follow” right next to “CloudIn” That should do the job. If you have any other problems feel free to contact us!

  6. Thank you very much for dropping by and following my blog. I’m following yours too..it’s interesting and I look forward to learning a lot from your thoughts and the discussions here. 🙂

  7. Thanks for finding my blog. I look forward to some interesting questions and answers! I agree completely with your premise that all questions about the Bible can be found within it. It is the only book in the world that is dynamic, living and active like that.

  8. Hello! Since you’re following our site, I wanted to mention that we’re moving our site to our main homepage at ppbc.com/blog and also invite you to follow us over there since the current site will be going away. Thanks a bunch and God bless!

  9. Thank you for this group approach to understanding this world, past and present, and our involvement in it, from the perspective of God’s truth. Of course, I believe that truth is found in Jesus Christ, and my involvement in this world is based upon and motivated by His literal resurrection and soon coming again. We, based upon Scripture, are to “seek first the kingdom of God and His righteousness” expressed in its many forms. I mean, here in America, we base our government and nation upon the sanctity of life, marriage, family, and God-given freedoms and rights, enumerated in our Constitution. We are one of the few nations in the world that is a republic with democratically-elected representatives, “of, by, and for the people”(Abraham Lincoln). Our government is designed to be “limited”, not domineering over the States. Also, our Judeo/Christian religion is to inform our government of the principles of righteousness. So the people in this great experiment we call America need to take their responsibility of self government (under God) seriously, to ask God to “cause” the people of America to return to a virtue-based, biblical, moral, and ethical consensus that is our only hope of America’s originally-intended freedoms to continue for us, our children, our grandchildren, and our great-grandchildren. If we continue to move away from the Bible being the basis of America’s governmental system and the beliefs and practices of our people, we are denying the fabric of our Constitution and our Declaration of Independence. Dear God, may your will be done in our country, for your glory, the glory of Jesus Christ, the “radiance of your glory and the exact representatioin of your nature” (Hebrews 1:2,3). Don’t forget to learn the political/moral issues of our day, to pray for understanding, and to VOTE! It is a privilege that many nations don’t have and we do. God by His grace has blessed us with much good and I, among many, want to keep it that way for our posterity as a “city set on a hill.”

  10. What a great way to gather the people of God and those with questions about the Bible. I look forward to coming often and hope to engage in conversation (although I must admit I’m a bit of an introvert). Blessings to you!

  11. thx 4 following! feel free to “share” us with any/everyone! We’re asking God to draw 70 more people to our team of supporters & so if you know some that would like to join us – please help us by getting the word out! Again, appreciate the “follow”!

  12. Thanks for stopping by My Hmmm Collection and deciding to tag along. Will now browse trough here to see what hmmms you inspire. Keep the Faith!

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