Clarifying Isaiah 17

Q. In Isaiah 17, the scripture makes reference to the ‘splendor of Jacob will fade.’ This appears immediately after the well-known scripture regarding the destruction of Damascas in one night. Do you believe that a nuclear exchange between Israel and Damascus will be the cause of Israel’s emaciation? Continue reading…

Round Up Time?

Q. I have been web surfing, and have come across a growing concern by many, that martial law is on the horizon. Apparently, FEMA has drawn up an extensive list of resistors and dissidents, which is called the Red/Blue lists. It is said the resistors are gun owners, and the dissidents are Christians. If that is possible, then what’s to become of us? I thought we weren’t appointed unto God’s wrath. Your thoughts, please? Continue reading…

An Army Of Nephilim?

Q. Your article on the Nephilim is very fascinating and something I didn’t know much about prior to reading it.  I know this question is obviously speculative, but do you believe that Satan might build the anti-Christ an army composed of Nephilim? Is their resurgence possibly taking place already today and are they already beginning to populate the world like they did during the time of Noah? Continue reading…

The Resurrection Of Matt. 27

Q. Your Bible teaching has been a real blessing to me.

Perhaps you have answered this question already but I can’t find it in your website. Could you comment on the many bodies of the saints who were raised when Christ was raised from the dead? Was it only a select few or were all the saved OT saints raised? Did these people die again? What is the significance of this passage? Continue reading…

Three Questions About The Rapture

Q. With your help, I now believe the Church will be raptured before the Great Tribulation.  Some friends have asked me questions about this.  I need help with some of them so that I can explain my view point clearly.

1. How many resurrections are there in the bible? Is it only 2, as mentioned in Rev. 20 or more? 1 Cor 15:23 says that Christ is the firstfruits of the first resurrection, then those who belongs to Christ at His coming (actual first resurrection). If so, how does the resurrection in 1 Thess Chap 4 fits in since it is not the first and second resurrection? Continue reading…

Using Marijuana, Follow-Up

Q. I read your response to a question of the use of marijuana.  I’m not going to argue if it is a sinful activity or not, but I would disagree with you reasoning here.  Marijuana is commonly known as an drug that opens a door for a user to try more serious stuff.  It is very dangerous and there is no such thing as “casual usage”. It is very addictive too.  I was a user myself, so I should know that.  It controls your life in many ways, and ultimately becomes an idol. And we know what the bible has to say about that. Continue reading…

Why Did She Say That?

Q.Recently I met a woman through eHarmony. The third time we met she advised that she prayed in tongues and did not believe in dispensation theology. She knew my son in law graduated from Dallas Seminary. Her comment came out of the blue, we were talking about something else at the time. When I asked why she brought it up she said she didn’t know. How do you deal with someone like that ? She seems to know quite abit about the scripture. Thanks in advance for your advice. Continue reading…

OSAS And Repentance

Q. I concur that the work of the Cross was and is sufficient to remove the stain of sin in any and all souls, but what happens with those repetitive sins that are not repented of (turning away from)?  OSAS gives argument to the devil’s claim in Job that Job only does it because he has no choice.  God did protect his life that he might repent and be forgiven for it, but it would have been Job’s choice to do so.

I believe salvation will come at the end of this life and no being can forcibly take that hope from you, but life is your profession of faith in Christ.  Faith is action not mental acceptance.  James ask the question “Where’s your faith if you are not living it?”  Can a belief that shows no trust save a person?  How can you claim to wish a person well while you, having what they need, will not give it to them?  Continue reading…

My Grace Is Sufficient, Follow Up

Q. I have been reading your updated article on healing. I hope I am mistaken in my interpretation of what you are stating with regards to healing.

The reason, I say this is that My wife and I lost our precious son (Joshua) to leukemia  on August 3, 2005. He was thirteen years old. Joshua was born again and loved the Lord. our former church and pastor’s anointed Joshua with oil, prayed and fasted with him, in addition to having other Church’s affiliated with the Church do the same.  Along with Our entire family and Josh.

Unfortunately, after all this including a bone marrow transplant chemo and radiation therapies, among other treatments, he went home to be with Jesus. So are you saying  that none of us including Joshua, had enough faith to have the Lord heal him? Or am I missing something? Although, I know he is with the Lord, and we will see him again, we miss him terribly. We have heard all the Christian Comments, primarily from people who have never experienced burying their child.  So I am very interested in all articles concerning healing. Hopefully, you will see fit to respond. Continue reading…