Q. Since the rapture is number (completion of church) dependent and not date dependent could it happen that we might find ourselves into the tribulation because the number has not been yet fulfilled?
Q. I read an article by a respected end times scholar that the Sheep and Goat judgment is for Gentiles. I assume that must be because of the questions asked by Jesus as to what they did or did not do for His brethren, Christ considered was done unto Him. That seems a bit like “good deeds” added to faith? But my main question is since the believing remnant flees to Petra, do we assume all that didn’t flee did not become believers but perished?
Q. There is so much talk about scattering Israel and dividing Jerusalem these days. Also much talk about the Psalm 83 prophecy which talks about a confederation of the surrounding Arab and Palestinian nations coming against Israel and being completely defeated by the IDF. At the same time I read in Zechariah 1: 18 / 19 about four horns coming to scatter Judah, Israel, and Jerusalem. There seems to be a contradiction between this Scripture and Psalm 83. I know there cannot be any contradiction in Holy Scripture, that is impossible. How do you see things? Can you help please?
Q. In the article The Age of Accountability you wrote: “When they reach the age of accountability, they become responsible for their sins. They acknowledge their accountability in a ceremony called bat mitzvah for girls, usually held at age 12, and bar mitzvah for boys age 13.” Does this mean that when believers in Jesus are raptured, all girls under the age of 12 and all boys under the age of 13 will also be raptured? If so, can you imagine the impact on families worldwide?
Q. A recent news headline has reported that “In secret and with remarkable speed, North Korea has built a new, highly sophisticated facility to enrich uranium, raising fears that the North is ramping up its atomic program.” Since they are not in the list of nations specifically mentioned in either Psalm 83 or Ezekiel 38-39, how does North Korea fit into end times prophecy (as an individual nation) or do they?
Q. I have a question that I hope you can answer. When we go to Heaven how will we ALL get to see Jesus? Is there going to be some big “wait list” to get our turn? My question is sincere. There will be a lot of us in Heaven but only one Jesus. I really want to see Jesus and I am afraid there will be too many of us to actually get to see or be close to Him.
Q. Sincere thanks for your labor of love providing rich insight into scripture through your web site. My question pertains to 1 Timothy 4:1-5. Since “the Spirit expressly says” some will depart from the faith etc. etc., how would you expound these verses for the “latter times” we are living in?
Q. My question is, how can the anti-Christ possibly be a muslim when it says the anti-Christ will proclaim himself to be god in the temple? no muslim would ever say he is god, because in their religion that would be blasphemy. please explain.
Q. As always thanks so much for your great site. I have a question regarding the word apostasia found in 2 Thes 2:3. I have recently seen several commentaries that state that the word was used 15 times in the NT and only 3 times actually meaning apostasy, and that prior to the King James version the commentaries stated the word meant departure and not apostasy. Does this in fact say that the day will not come for the son of perdition except that we will be departed (raptured) or is it referring to the apostasy?
Q. Please comment on “the plan” for a one world currency by the year 2024 and how this time-frame fits your interpretation of the timing of the Second Coming. I believe that the Rapture is imminent, and that there could be a gap of several years between the Rapture and Daniel’s 70th Week. Do you agree? Thanks for your website – it is truly a blessing!