Q. I love your website and have learned so very much through your explanations and teachings. My question today is, if we as the Church are considered a called out people and are neither Jew nor Gentile anymore, why does the Romans 11:25 verse apply to the rapture? I know that after the rapture of the Church God will return to his dealings with Israel, but was unsure if the Fullness of the Gentiles really applies to the Church.
Q. Re: Who Was Making This Outcry? Your response to this question kind of missed the mark in my opinion. I use the KJV and it makes it pretty plain that Sodom and Gomorrah were the source of the “Outcry”. For instance, if you walk by a park filled with children playing and having fun, the cry of it will be joyous. Walk by the same park another time filled with picketers chanting against something, the cry of it will be a cry of protest. What I’m saying is, nobody had to play the part of “Tattle-Tale”. The cry of the cities were witness against them.
Q. In the new testament when it says the ‘law will be written on our hearts’ what is this law that’s being talked about? How do we know if we’re obeying it if we don’t know clearly what it is? The NT says the greatest law is to love God and to Love others. I just feel confused as He also says if you love me you will obey my laws.
Q. After Jesus was resurrected, he met with many, his disciples in particular. In Mark 16 verse 15, he instructs them to “Go ye into all the world and preach the Gospel to every creature”. The term “creature” just doesn’t seem to fit, why not “all mankind”, as creature implies other than Man. Was that passage not translated correctly?
Q. I came across a verse that I don’t understand, I am hoping you can help me. In Matthew 8:12 it says, “But the sons of the kingdom will be cast out into outer darkness.” Who are the “sons of the kingdom?” Thank you for your help.
Q. When the prodigal returned, his father welcomed him with open arms. But, there is no example of his father giving him another inheritance. Does this mean that when we fall out of fellowship with Christ that we lose any crowns we may have earned and they will not be restored upon repentance but will have to earn them anew?
Q. Your article on “Isa. 17 and Oracle concerning Damascus” is something I have really thought about a lot. I am wondering if Isa. 17 and Psalm 83 are talking about the same event and that after that event happens then Ezekiel 38-39 would take place. It is rather confusing to me and I would appreciate your comments on this.
Q. I have a question regarding Matthew 16:23. Some people believe that Jesus was calling Peter Satan, since he said “get behind me Satan.” I however disagree & would like some clarification. Thank you for your ministry!
Q. Can you please tell me what is meant by the phrase living water as referenced in John 4:10? I am confused as to whether it refers to Jesus or The Holy Spirit. Thank you and be blessed.
Q. I just can’t believe how sparse dispensational commentary data is! Everywhere I look on-line I see replacement theology. I have a Bible Study I teach weekly and currently Matthew is our topic. Would you please provide your commentary regarding Matthew 11:11-19?