I’m wondering what you have to say about Catholics “praying” to Mary or other saints. I understand that the first commandment tells us to have no other gods, but Catholics seem to believe they’re not praying to Mary or the other saints, but somehow praying to God through them.
I have a question concerning what is meant by the phrase “spiritual warfare”? Are the angels still loyal to God engaged in actual combat with the ones who fell with Satan?
My question is: What is your thought about people who are christians but don’t attend church on a regular basis?
I am very surprised at your reply to “Relationship Problems” in Ask a Bible Teacher. As I understand the letter, this woman is not only in an unequally yoked relationship but she is living a sinful lifestyle by living with this man outside of marriage.
Q. I am currently living with a man (we are not married). He doesn’t see what is happening in the world the way I do and he does everything he can to prove me wrong about the End of Days approaching. I love this man but I don’t really want to marry him with the way his belief system is. I feel far away from the Lord sometimes when he is at home and I feel like Satan is working through him to discourage me. I feel such conviction for not being married which never bothered me until I began my walk with Jesus. I feel that the Holy Spirit is making me feel convicted and I just don’t know what to do. I don’t want to be left behind!!!
Could you provide a little background information on yourself?
Until the time comes for us to leave what is the best scriptural or worldly defense against these periodic onslaughts by unbelievers?
No one looks at a tree growing out of a crack in the rock high above the desert and calls it the devil’s work, but many extol it as a miracle of God’s creation.
Here is one of the truly remarkable bits of New Covenant symbolism to be found anywhere in Scripture.