Where Were The Saints From Paradise?

Q.  You stated that Jesus brought with him out of ‘paradise’ the old testament saints after he had been there for the three days.  If I’m correct, Jesus did not ascend into heaven to be with the father right away because he was still here revealing himself to others for a number of days.  If the old testament saints were brought out of paradise but hadn’t yet ascended to heaven with Jesus, where were they during this time?

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Anti-Christ From Kurdistan?

Q.  I was doing some research into Mystery Babylon and came across three videos which make me wonder if it is possible (or probable) that the anti-Christ could come from Kurdistan?  Have you ever done any research into this possibility?  It could explain how the Muslims could accept the anti-Christ as the Mahdi.

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If We’re Perfect, Why The Scars?

Q. I think you wrote somewhere that when the rapture occurs, our mortal bodies will transformed to new immortal bodies and will be perfected, free from imperfection.  I also was under the impression that the risen Christ, visible to the Apostles and others in Jerusalem, is a model of what our new risen bodies will be like.  I wonder then, if we have perfected bodies, why the scars of the crucifixion were still evident in Christ’s body, the nail holes and his side wound? Was this specific to Christ, or are there certain “scars” that we will also maintain for eternity?

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What’s The Next Prophetic Event?

Q.  I still hear people saying that the next fulfillment of prophecy will be the battle of Ezekiel 38.  I have heard a lot of talk lately about how the current situation in Iran could mean the battle could start today, but from what I understand of the scriptures and your articles there are still several things that have yet to happen. I am wondering what your current thinking is on the next prophetic event?

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Three Temples Or Four?

Q.  Does the Bible mention three Temples or four?  I have noticed a number of prophecy teachers making mention of the Millennial temple as being the 4th Temple, but I thought I read where you said it’s the third one. Which is correct?

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Jesus And Lucifer

Q. One thing we had wondered was, since the OT is so full of struggling twins and brothers: Cain and Abel, Esau and Jacob, etc., do you think that Lucifer and Yeshua were closer brothers in Heaven? Well, of course, as sons of Yahweh, they were brothers, but it seems there is more to this than meets the eye.

Also, I have trouble believing that we’re all going to be “raptured” and whisked off to heaven. Since there is no mention of the word “rapture” at all, some have interpreted this concept of meeting Him in the air as only for the chosen 144,000 (martyrs slain for Him) who will reign with Him (or serve as judges for mankind). When Yeshua said that the meek will inherit the earth, we take it to mean that His kingdom will be established on earth when it is restored to its former paradise under Yahweh’s Law.

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The Keys To Hell

Q. Did Jesus descend into hell after he was crucified? Where in the Bible does it refer to Jesus taking the keys to hell from Satan?

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More On OSAS And 1 Cor. 6:9-10

Q.  I have problems with OSAS, because I believe that if a person chooses to live in deliberate sin, he has to repent of it before he can be raptured.  For example, our daughter, who we believe was saved–she’d loved Jesus since age 3-4, was baptized by immersion-at her own request- at 8, wanted to be a missionary, going on 3 short-term mission trips–has become a liberal in every sense, is committed to a long-term lesbian relationship, considering herself married. We love her, of course, but have difficulty in believing she will go with us in the rapture of the church based on our understanding of 1 Cor. 6:9-10, which says in part that homosexuals cannot inherit the kingdom of God.  Wouldn’t our daughter need a time of purification– with repentance– before she could inherit the Kingdom?

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Does God Give People Illness And Tragedy?

Q.  Does God put insanity on people to humble them today?  It seems this was God’s judgment on Nebuchadnezzar, but  only after warning him and giving him 12 months to repent.  Does God put illness and tragedy on people to get their attention, teach them or break them in this present age?   That doesn’t seem consistent with what Jesus did when He was on the earth – He healed all who were oppressed of the devil and never made anyone sick.  I know these claims have come from other commentators, but I would love to know what you would say to them.

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Christ, The Last Prophet

Q.  Thank you so much for your insight in to the Bible.  My question is simple, Doesn’t the Bible say that Christ would be the last prophet?

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