When King Nebuchadnezzar had his dream, (Daniel Chapter 2) Daniel interpreted the dream as representing the 4 great kingdoms with Babylon being the greatest. How did the the remaining 3 get lined up with the Medo-Persian empire, Greek empire and the Roman empire?
Over the years as I have read about the anti-Christ and false prophet, there has been something within me that seems to say they are one and the same. What I’ve read regarding them being two separate individuals has always had problems washing with my own studying of God’s Word. What’s your opinion?
Q. Greetings to you in the wonderful Name of our Lord Jesus Christ! First of all, I thank the LORD for your ministry. I would appreciate greatly if you e-mail me your biblical interpretation on I Timothy 2:11 & 12. May the LORD richly bless you and your ministry.
Q. Why did John the Baptist send his disciples to ask Jesus whether he was the one or for them to look for another? He is the same person who said “Behold the lamb of God who takes away the sins of the world.” So what is the Gospel of Matthew trying to tell us in this passage?
I have a question about something you wrote … the law of double jeopardy is a man made law. Tell me where in the Bible this comes in to play? I realize no one is perfect, but we must strive towards the goal. I don’t want to say yes I sinned Lord, but I accepted you as my savior so that’s null and void.
I feel it is wrong for a church to have a prospective worship team member, nursery worker, etc … to have to fill out a application form like when applying for a job? My hubby says it is perfectly okay. Please answer this one!!!
I’ve always heard that the U.S. is not clearly mentioned in Bible prophecy. Some time back I was told that there was a chapter in Isaiah (18) that could be a reference to the U.S. Could this possibly be talking about America?
Why did Jacob love Joseph more than any of his other 11 sons? It says that he loved Joseph more because he was born to him of old age, but how does that make him love Joseph more?
Do you feel that the office of elder must be filled by a “pastor”? In a small church that can only afford to pay a single pastor, do you feel that there should be other elders appointed from the congregation, or should the pastor have sole authority for making all decisions related to the governing of the church?
In the Millennium, I now understand that All Israel will live in the land of the Covenant; and the New Testament saints will live . . . is it in Heaven or in the New Jerusalem? Who will live on the rest of the earth during the Millennium; that is, outside the Covenant Lands?