Q. I have been reading about the millennium. I am a little confused on what your stance is on sin during the millennium after reading some of your posts. If Satan is bound for the thousand years and isn’t able to deceive the nations, how can there be any rebellion during this time? With Christ ruling with a rod of iron it doesn’t leave any room for choice until after the 1000 years is completed. It seems to me that at the end, when Satan is released, people can again make their choice on who they want to serve. But after serving Christ Jesus for 1000 years, it simply baffles me why they would choose the enemy. Whats your take?
Q. What is the biblical interpretation regarding the fate of those who become believers post rapture, and then survive all of the events or horrors of the tribulation leading up to the second coming?
Q. Can you tell me of the early years of Christ like from the age of thirteen until he started to preach? Does it tell us in the Bible what he did or where he went ?
Q. I believe in the pretrib-rapture. But there are some who say Christians are setting ourselves up for a big disappointment. I know there’s different views and I have studied all of those. Can these Bible prophecy experts say for sure that this is the only way it can happen or is there a possibility that a pre trib may not be right. I honestly believe with all my heart that the pre trib is the only one that makes sense according to the scripture. However is there a chance that we could be interpreting Scripture wrong?
Q. Can a person’s unbelief in the deity of Christ condemn him if He also believes whole heartedly that the sacrifice of Christ is man kinds only hope of heaven? I have a friend who doesn’t think so but I think his conclusions on the subject put him on shaky ground theologically and dangerous ground in terms of salvation. What do you think?
Q. I have been saved since I was 11 years old. I am sure of it, I accepted the Lord, and I meant it. However, I have entered periods of doubt over the last four or five years. I think that they came on as a results of what I heard from an atheist. She said I believe in a fantasy, and that I believe in God and Jesus to make myself feel good about dying. I can’t seem to get these words out of my heart no matter how much I pray about it. What can I do to restore my faith? Am I still saved as I doubt? I feel so guilty and ashamed, and I do not even feel right about going to church while my mind works this way. I am too ashamed of my thoughts to share them with my pastor at this point.
Q. With the downturn of the US economy, can we say that it’s a prelude to the rising power of the anti Christ movement? I remember you shared that when the US lost its control and influence over the world’s economy and started to abandon Israel, that is when Russia and Iran will attack Israel to fulfill the prophecy of Ezekiel 38-39. Then could the US economic downturn be the prelude for the anti Christ to rise to power and dominion?
Q. I have a question regarding OSAS. Where do the scriptures regarding “faith without works are dead” and “you say you believe, the devil believes also and trembles” come in? To me they are saying that only belief is required for the initial act of receiving salvation, but after having received salvation there are expectations that must be met in order to maintain it. In other words you can’t just say I believe and let it go at that. I’m just trying to piece all this together and get a correct understanding.Your assistance is very much appreciated.
Q. I saw your post on the 4 scriptures concerning the “thief in the night” and how that phrase doesn’t refer to the rapture but the 2nd Coming. I was wondering how that works out for Rev. 3:3. If this reference is written for the church and the church doesn’t experience the 2nd coming, why here is the Lord threatening some of the church with having to go through the tribulation, according to your post?
Q. I see that you are adamant that the Rapture will happen when a predetermined number of Gentiles come to faith in Christ. Whilst I agree with you in principle, that number will occur on a predetermined date. Therefore it stands to reason that the Rapture will occur on a specific date in time when a specific number of Gentiles has been saved. Or would you rather say that a specific number will come in on a specific date? Surely both points are valid?