Q. Since we will have access to Earth from the New Jerusalem during the Millennium, how do you think we will handle the world getting more sin-filled as time passes? Do you think maybe we just won’t visit the Earth as much? It will have to be a very stressing time for us. Will there be any danger of us becoming like them?
Q. Do you think the Church will be here if America does not repent of her sins, or will be taken out of the way. There are many of us who pray our leaders will repent of the lawlessness they are forcing on the people. But it seems to be getting worse. I would appreciate your thoughts on this subject.
Q. I have a question regarding Romans 11:25, speaking of the ‘fullness of the Gentiles’. In your understanding does the fullness occur at the Rapture of the Church, after which God renews his program with the Jews, or at a later time during the 70th week? I would appreciate your scholarly explanation on this subject.
Q. If my son has not reached the age of accountability by the Rapture and therefore can’t make the choice to come to Christ, will he have to make it later? Since he lacks the capacity to sin or be judged I understand he would come with us in the Rapture, but some believe that those who lack the mental capacity to come to Christ will be given that chance (or rather have to make that decision) during the 1,000 year reign. Wouldn’t that mean he’d have to be born again in the Millennium in order to make a choice. Doesn’t sound right to me. Does everyone have to decide at some point or do infants and small children get a “pass go” card? I cannot find any scripture to support this doctrine of decision, can you help?
Q. If a person does not believe in the rapture, but loves the Lord undeniably, is that person taken at the time of the rapture or are they left behind to endure the tribulation?
Q. How do we know that Psalm 83 (which, to me, sounds like a prayer, rather than a prophecy) is actually a prophecy of war? What makes that “prayer” a “prophecy” that we know as the Psalm 83 war ?
Q. I read in one of your answers that you see Acts 15:13-18 as a proof of the pre-trib rapture, I think I see what you’re saying but it seems a bit weak. Would you clarify these verses for me?
Q. Was the promise recorded in 2 Chronicles 7:14 intended only for Israel or does it apply to the Church as well? Many Charismatic believers use this verse to support their view that there will come a great revival in the world prior to the return of Jesus.
Q. Revelation 13:10 says, “If anyone is to go into captivity, into captivity he will go. If anyone is to be killed with the sword, with the sword he will be killed. This calls for patient endurance and faithfulness on the part of the saints.” My question is, I know that thousands upon thousands of Tribulation Saints will be killed during this time. Does it mean that the Saints will indeed have to have “patience endurance and faithfulness,” and leave revenge to the Lord? Thank you once again for sharing your wisdom of the scripture.
Q. What’s the point of the Bible telling us all about the end times such as the Great Tribulation, the Anti-Christ, seals, trumpets, bowls when we all will be gone from Earth in the rapture and we, the church, are the only ones who read the Bible?