Q. In one of your articles you said you believe Satan’s fall occurred between Genesis 1:1 and Genesis 1:2, causing a judgment that ruined Earth, and the six day creation account really begins in Genesis 1:3. But in Exodus 20:11 God said He made the heavens and the Earth, the sea and all that’s in them in six days. It looks to me like this contradicts your opinion. Would you care to explain this?
Q. My question is about the End Times judgments of Revelation. With all these things going on, will people try to live a normal life or will it be chaos?
Q. I have a friend who believes those who have gone to hell can still be saved at the great white throne judgement. What is this? I’ve never heard that people could repent of sins on earth after they have died. Can you please give me some insight to this line of thought? Please provide Scripture to back it up or refute it.
Q. I have been studying, and teaching through the Revelation. Some things aren’t tracking well for me in Chapters 20-22. In Chapter 20:13 we are told the sea gives up the dead that were in it at the GWT judgment. The GWT judgment appears to happen at the end of the Millennium. How can there be any dead in the sea at that point as there appears to be no accidental deaths during the Millennium, and the judgment at Jesus’ 2nd coming is when the sea dead will be judged? The judgment sequences are very confusing. Can you please shed light on these for me?
Q. I have often felt over the years that God has punished my sins by giving my son a disability. I have been encouraged to believe that this is not true. My question is, didn’t God punish 70,000 Israelites with death because of David’s sin in 1st Chronicles Chapter 21?
Q. Recently I’ve been asked for biblical references as to why I believe that the bema seat judgment will take place during the Tribulation (or Daniel’s 70th Week). Obviously, I believe that the Rapture will happen before those seven years start. And, although I can find the references that say that there will be a judgment for believers, I haven’t been able to nail down ones indicating the timing. Could you point me in the right direction?
Q. In Romans 5:9, is the Lord (through Paul) referring to believers being saved from the wrath of the great tribulation, or from the wrath of eternal separation from God in Hell?
Q. From studying Matthew 12:36 seems to me that Jesus was referring to all the “empty words” (idle and careless) that were ever spoken from both believers and unbelievers. Unbelievers will be judged for their words at the Great White Throne Judgement when it mentions in Rev. 20:12 that certain “books were opened.” Since the Matthew 12 verse is also for believers, when will this take place?
Q. Based on the upsurge of violence such as the recent shootings, do you think the Red Horse of Revelation 6 is being released?