First of all let me say THANK YOU so much for answering my e-mail question’s. My question this time is did God give some kind of rules on number of wives?
Q. In the end times, there’s supposed to be a great falling away. But I have no clue if it’s people of the Lord falling away, or just people in general not coming for the Lord. What do you think? What does scripture have to say? Thank you so much.
I was speaking with a friend recently about the Millennium. She asked why or how there could be unbelievers during the Millennial reign of Christ and the saints. Could you please explain, and cite any Scripture to support your explanation?
I have been tithing on my gross income. But my mother called me this morning and said that I should be calculating at net income. Do I calculate gross or net income?
I have a savings account and a 401K – I don’t want to leave them for people to pillage during the Tribulation, but I also don’t want to be a burden on society if the Lord tarries. What is the correct balance between these two issues?
I know as Christians we are to not put all of our focus on the things of the world because our treasures are in heaven but is there anything wrong with wanting nice things such as new clothes, a new house, family vacations, etc? I tithe more than 10% of my monthly income but feel guilty about going on a vacation or buying new clothes or wanting a bigger house. Thanks for your response.
My question is on 1 John 4:12 where it states no man has seen God … but how do we reconcile this with what Jesus told Philip in John 14:9, “If you’ve seen me you have seen the Father.”
I am unequally yoked–I am married to a very non-religious Jewish man, whom I love tremendously, but who does not share my Christian views for obvious reasons. I am in a difficult situation vis a vis the unequal yoking. I am in need of your insight and advice.
I’ve been doing some research and ran across a Jewish site that explains why they do not believe in Jesus. I would like to know your point of view over the subject and what would be the Bible answers to their claims.
In light of the support that Syria will certainly have from her allies there would surely be a very strong reaction to the total destruction of Damascus by Israel as foretold by Isaiah. What would this reaction likely be?