Q. I was wondering. Could the person who offers the sacrifices in the temple when it is rebuilt in Ezekiel 40-48 be the anti-Christ? I know that the Holy Spirit lives in me and I just can’t see the Lord having anyone sacrifice animals. I surely wont be sacrificing animals, to me it would be an abomination.
Q. During the millennium Satan will be removed, but man will still reject Christ. In your opinion would Adam and Eve or one of their offspring have eventually sinned even if Satan had been bound?
Q. Christ told us, in Matthew 24:8, “All these are the beginning of birth pains.”
Many teachers use this to say that the things discussed, i.e. earthquakes, wars, etc, will increase in frequency and intensity as birth pains do. But none seem to touch on the idea that if these are birth pains, what is going to be born?
Q. Your comments said that God is jealous and gets angry, He is just and righteous. I agree, but what do I say to those who believe that God is Love so he can’t get jealous or angry?
Q. Thank you for your daily wisdom from the living Word. The recent discourse on the Restoration and the Seven Dispensations brought a question to mind regarding the Kingdom Age: What makes the Millennium end in failure and judgment? I’ve always thought it was our Lord’s final triumph over evil–when he briefly looses them to send them into everlasting punishment. Please enlighten me as to what I have missed here.
Q. Will there be saved people with mortal bodies going into eternity? During the Millennium people die occasionally so they must be mortal. After Satan makes war against the saints he and his followers are sent to lake of fire after great white throne judgment. Then eternity starts but I can’t find where those saved people that did not take part in judgment have been translated with eternal bodies. Is it possible that mortals will live in eternity the way Adam and Eve were supposed to ?
Q. I’m sure the New Jerusalem is awesome beyond comprehension. At first, a part of me wants to be a little unsure about it because I have thoughts of somehow being restricted to it and not having the freedom to explore the Universe. I keep telling myself that I will be in such awe and amazement just being in the presence of my Lord Jesus that I will be totally satisfied in every way and not concerned with anything else.
Q. Thank you for the great articles. I learn something new or have something reinforced every time I read them.
Will Gentiles be alive at the end of the Tribulation and enter into the Millennium or will it be only the Jews who enter?
Q. Would you please explain what Jesus was referring to as “the end of the age” in this parable? Is it the end of this age, which will cease at the end of the Tribulation, and then goes right in to the 1000 year reign of Christ? Or is it referring to the end of the 1000 years just before going into eternity? Verse 43 says “Then the righteous will shine like the sun in the kingdom of their Father..” Is this referring to the Millennium or eternity?
Q. Will The God loving Jews from the old testament,or just the leading Patriarchs,like Moses,Abraham,Isaac,Jacob etc.actually live in this city with the “Bride of Christ” or will only “The Bride of Christ” live there. Where and who will live in the rest of the “The New Earth”. The New City will be 1500 miles cubed so who will live there and who will live in the rest of the new World?