At The Rapture, the living as well as the dead in Christ will be raised – the dead in Christ have been with Him since they were absent from their bodies, will they also be a part of The Bride?
Q. My question is from 1 Samuel 18:10 where God sends an evil spirit upon Saul. I am confused about God using an evil spirit. I can’t think of another place where He does this. I know that God had a conversation with Satan about Job so I guess this could be something similar. Can you shed some light on this for me?
As I was reading Numbers I wondered why in chapter 26 verse 46 it mentions Asher’s daughter when Moses and Aaron were taking a census of all the males 20 years old and up for the purpose of going to war.
I have followed your series with interest and feel till now you have been pro Israel, but on the article of the 1000 year millennium it appears you are saying that it is the church and not Israel in God’s program. If I have read this correctly what do you feel that God’s program is for Israel in the future?
Could (the Mediterranean 10) be the “Ten Horns” of the beast rising from the sea?
I just read, “Believe in the One He Has Sent” and I am in full agreement with what you said, but still, you haven’t answered the question I asked when I wrote to you before (See: Punished Forever?).“…why God appears to go out of his way to make Hell painful.”
Q. In Matthew 26:64 Jesus answers the high priest,”…Hereafter shall ye see the Son of Man sitting on the right hand of power, and coming in the clouds of heaven.” Jesus is obviously referring to His second coming after the Great Tribulation and before the millennium. How can the high priest see Him coming in the clouds of heaven if unbelievers are not resurrected until after the millennium?
Who was the first individual killed by God for being wicked? Who was he/she or what scripture can this be found in?
I believe absent from the body present with the Lord, too, and also the passage from Deut. 18:10-11 that tells us that God permits no communication or interaction between the living and the dead. But what about the mount of transfiguration when Moses and Elijah were present with Jesus and Peter, James and John saw them?
If there is no temple in the New Jerusalem (because God is) but the river flows out of the midst of it – does that mean the river in Rev 22 is not in the New Jerusalem? Will there be a temple in the Jerusalem on earth that the river flows from?