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Today's Bible Q&A

  • Do We Go To Heaven When We Die?

    What does 1 Thessalonians 4:13-18, also 1Corinthians 15:50-54, really mean when it says “Believers who have died will have their bodies resurrected, and along with believers who are still living will meet with the Lord.” Could you explain to me what that scripture really is trying to tell us? It makes me believe that believers body’s/spirit are kept somewhere other than heaven until the rapture.

  • The Shrewd Servant

    Could you explain the story of the shrewd servant in Luke 16:1-8? I have never been able to understand this.

  • The Keys To Hell

    Did Jesus descend into hell after he was crucified? Where in the Bible does it refer to Jesus taking the keys to hell from Satan?

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The Prayers of a Righteous Person

The prayer of a righteous person is powerful and effective.
James 5:16

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Life On Earth In The Millennium


A Bible Study by Jack Kelley

Hal Lindsey once speculated that at his judgment Satan hurled two accusations at God. “You’re not just and You have no love.” In past studies we have seen how God demonstrated His perfect justice through Israel and His perfect love through the Church. 

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India Outreach – Children’s Church!


It’s official! We’ve begun a Children’s Church for the tribe we’ve been serving in India. Our Spring Bible School outreach was such a success, the tribe asked us to keep coming every week to minister to the children. After much prayer, we’re moving forward!

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Understanding Revelation


No other book of the Bible was so specifically written for our generation.  Of its 22 chapters, 19 are about a time that’s still in our future.

And no other book of the Bible promises blessings to those who read it, hear it and take to heart what is written in it.

In short, the Book of Revelation is arguably the most important book you will read in your life time.

People have shied away from this book because of its use of symbolism and its cryptic references.  In writing this commentary, I’ve tried to explain these things in common everyday language to make it easier to understand while remaining true to the book’s purpose, which to inform us of things that will soon be taking place.

Here then is my commentary on the Book of Revelation.

-Jack Kelley

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The Incomparable Riches of His Grace


This study is for believers and non-believers alike.  It describes three things in detail.  What the Lord has done for us in the past, what He’s doing now, and what He’s preparing to do in the future.  And it’s all free for the asking, no matter who we are or where we’ve come from.  Feel free to down load this and share it with friends and family.