Q. After communion last Sunday, I was wondering if those who are saved after the rapture of the church will be participating in this remembrance of the Lord’s death, or if it is just for the church age saints. In 1 Cor. 11:26 it says do this until He comes – is this referring to rapture or 2nd coming?
Q. I know there is a verse that states that if a Christian refuses to repent God might take his physical life. I’m not referring to losing salvation, which we both know doesn’t happen; but to physical death. Can you tell me what that reference is?
Q. A dear friend and I have become intimate. She & I are senior citizens, both of us are widows, and both of us have a strong faith in God. Is it considered pre-marital sex for us and therefor a sin for us ?? I have been very troubled by this and need an answer. I know what you say about OSAS.
Q. I have a question and thought for you on 1 Thes. 5:3 “Peace and Safety”. From what we are seeing in Israel right now it does not look like it can go from war to Peace and Safety. That is what Israel is fighting for. We are seeing everybody around Israel getting into wars and rumors of wars. My question is of the context of the statement have I missed something to think at this point it can go from bad to worse at a moments notice?
Q. It seems to me that more well-known non-denominational preachers are shifting towards Amillennialism teaching. I have even heard some preachers say that some seminaries take this stance. I cannot find anything in the Bible that supports their perspective. How could they believe that Satan is already bound and we are living in the 1000 year reign of Christ? Or am I completely misunderstanding what Amillenialism is?
Q. How did you arrive at what each of the churches in Revelation 2-3 represent, i.e. Catholic, mainline protestant, evangelicals, apostate, etc.? Also, why would the church of Smyrna not represent those Christians being martyred today?
Q. I have a question regarding Matthew 12:36 and the correct application of it. It says “But I tell you that everyone will have to give account on the day of judgment for every empty word they have spoken.” I know you have said Jesus was addressing the Pharisees. But some preachers say this scripture is a warning for all Christians and unbelievers. If Jesus was only addressing the Pharisees, why did he say “everyone”?
Q. Last night I couldn’t sleep because I was thinking about those brave IDF soldiers who have died in Operation Protection Edge so far. Now obviously if they were all Messianic Jews, then they will forever be with our Lord, but what about those who never came to Yeshua because of whatever reason? What happens to them? These brave men (and/or women) died not just for their country Israel—they died while protecting the Jewish people, who, despite themselves are still God’s Chosen People. I cannot bear the thought that our Loving Father would consign these brave ones a place along with the wicked. Would you please shed some light from the Word of God for me regarding this one?
Q. Re: The Borders Of The Promised Land. You said,”When you consider the several passages contained in Scripture that define the Promised Land, the best guide for determining its borders is to use the Euphrates River in the North, the River of Egypt (Wadi al Arish) in the South, the Mediterranean in the West and the Jordan River in the East.”
Where is the Jordan River stated as the Eastern border? And what about the tribes that stayed on the East side of the river?
Q. Ive been checking out a website that contradicts the popular belief about the 70 weeks of Daniel. The teacher at this site says the “He” in the Daniel 9 24-27 is none other than Christ. He also says, “A careful study of Daniel’s prophecy of the seventieth week, clearly reveals 3 ½ years have already been fulfilled by Jesus earthly ministry, thereby leaving only 3 ½ years still future to be fulfilled.”
My question is where do prophecy teachers get the 7 year tribulation period from and where exactly does it say Israel will sign a peace treaty?