I read a theory that all the dinosaurs were carried on the ark with all the other animals, when they were young, and thus small in size, allowing them to fit inside. So, did God create the dinosaurs? Did the Nephilim tamper with them? Or is there a third answer?
In your latest article you said that Jeremiah’s use of cryptograms make it clear that he was referring to an end times version of Biblical Babylon. How does using cryptograms make it clear that Jeremiah was referring to an end times version of Biblical Babylon?
If anger is as bad as murder and lust as bad as adultery, does this apply to dreams? If you sin in your dreams does it count as sin, since it may reflect the motive of your heart?
Q. Where we live, the Bible has been strongly defended by many – in the past, that is. Having to leave a church because of the apostasy coming in & not being able to find anyone who cared, we visited many churches only to find the same thing. Many contemplative authors being “pushed”.
Having lived in this area forever – we know many of these people who have confessed Jesus as Savior and Lord – yet they have not wanted to hear that they are listening to false teaching.
My question concerns the anti-Christ. I heard one preacher saying he has to be Jewish or the Jewish people would never follow him as their Messiah at the end times. I heard of another preacher saying he will come from Europe with a mention of “the city of the seven hills,” possibly Rome, or at least the reference being to the emerging European Union. What are your thoughts?
Q. I’ve recently listened to a sermon from a well known pastor, and his call on biblical repentance, and holy living. One of his key statements, if you will, is that it isn’t if you know Christ, for even Satan knows him, but if Christ knows YOU, that determines if you are really saved.
This bothers me quite a bit, although he uses Matt 7:21 to justify his sermon, about those that say Lord, Lord, etc. We have verses like Rom 10:13 that say everyone who calls upon the name of the Lord will be saved.
So, I guess to finally get to my question: how do we compare these two things? If Jesus said those that are mine do the will of the Father, and yet it would appear that very few ARE doing the will of the Father, are they in fact truly saved?
After reading your comments on Jordanian control Of the Temple Mount I’m getting the feeling that you think King Abdullah the second is none other than the AC!! Can you boldly tell us that he is and if not who do you think it is for the record?
I read an article with the theme “Not Everyone Will Have the Same Status in Heaven”. It said that although God loves each of us without end, some will be given positions of higher status, authority, and responsibility than others. Do you agree with the writer of the article?
Q. I have a question about something I just read on a well known prophecy website. The commentator was not addressing this subject specifically, but stated that:
“Prior to the death of Christ on the cross, it was only necessary that man believe in Who Jesus said He was. Proof of this revelation is evidenced through the testimony of Peter and the testimony of the thief on the cross. (See Mark 8:29 and Luke 23:42)
Now I do not know how exactly he meant this, but it makes it appear that the gospel Jesus preached in John 3:16 and John 6:29 changed after the cross. He could not be referring to Old Testament saints because of his scripture references. If this were to be true then we would have problems in dealing with difficult passages regarding salvation that occur after the gospels. Can you address this?
A. Think about it. Would Jesus have come into the world teaching that whoever believed in Him would be saved, and then fulfilled 300 prophecies that foretold his death and resurrection to prove that people who believed in him would be saved? Would He do that only to then tell His apostles to preach a different salvation message after He was gone? Does that make any sense to you?
Doesn’t it make more sense to believe that there are a lot of people preaching things that have distorted and re-interpreted the Gospel? Isn’t that why Jesus had His words written down, so we could use them to check out what people were saying? And in fact isn’t that just what Paul commended the Bereans for doing? (Acts 17:11)
John 6:29 is the Lord’s definitive answer to the question, “What does God require of us?” He said, “Believe in the One He has sent.” Everything that has been added to His answer has been added by man, in a misguided attempt to make expensive that which God gave His life to make free.
I write to you feeling very embarrassed and downcast. I love the Lord Jesus but there is sin in my life I don’t seem to get victory over. I have asked the Lord that I would write you honestly and prayed that He would give you advice so you can give it to me.