Q. I have a question about man only dying once. There are many who have died and been brought back to life. Even Jesus brought people who where dead back to life, so wouldn’t they have to die again? Which would mean they died more than once, wouldn’t it? How does that square with Hebrews 9:27 Continue reading…
Q. There’s more in the news than there used to be about building the Temple, even though religious Jews have been wanting this for a long time. Why is this? Is it another sign of the times?
Q. I’ve recently heard a well known teacher who claimed that at the rapture some of us will become the bride to reign with the Lord, while others will either be consigned to the outer darkness or to Gehenna. Do you believe that the entire church is the Bride or just those who endeavored to mature and press in to God? Will you sight scripture please? Continue reading…
Q. In John 14:6 Jesus said no one can come to the Father but through Him. In Acts 4:12 Peter said that Jesus is the only way for man to be saved. My question is about the spirit world. Since Jesus came through the lineage of man does that mean that only a human being can be saved thru Him? We know that the demons believe who God is, but if they were to ask for forgiveness for their rebellion against God, could they also be saved through Jesus?
Q. Re: Luke 1:11. “An angel of the Lord appeared to him, standing at the right side of the incense altar.” I believe every detail in the bible is deliberate & by design. That being the case why in Luke 1:11 was the detail of where the Angel was standing included? Is there a significance to the “right side” of that altar or of the right side in general? There are other areas of the Bible that talk about the “right side”?
Q. I am a bit confused on John 10:8-10. Does the verse refer to prophets like Elisha, Moses, John the baptist etc? Who were the thieves and robbers who came before Jesus?
Q. A friend claims that the Holy Spirit leaves earth when we do in the Rapture and is not here during the last seven years. I have the understanding that it is the Holy Spirit within us that leaves but He is also here
during those seven years for those who will come to Christ. Am I wrong?
Q. Re:When were the Angels created? The answer you gave seems to be very incorrect Scripturally. We have recently had this discussion in our Institute and through studying Scripture have found a very clear answer. I wonder if you might look at it and see if we are out in left field.
We read in 2 places:
Col 1.16 “For by him were all things created, that are in heaven, and that are in earth, visible and invisible, whether they be thrones, or dominions, or principalities, or powers: all things were created by him, and for him:…”
“For in six days the Lord made heaven and earth, the sea, and all that in them is, and rested the seventh day:…”
Q. Can you explain 1 Cor. 15:24-28, especially verse 28? Does this mean that in the end, Christ will be ‘absorbed’, so to speak, by God and no longer be a separate entity or that Christ will no longer be relevant, for lack of a better word, and just be like us or just that Christ will no longer have to reign and can just ‘rest’?
Q. Is there any specific scriptural reference to when angels were created? Can you provide any Biblical interpretation of the era when God created angelic beings in comparison to the creation of man, and when do you think the angelic rebellion took place?