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Today's Bible Q&A

  • Checking Out A Teaching

    We had a guest speaker at church who said some things that I hadn’t heard before and didn’t sit quite right with me. Will you please clarify if these statements of his have any truth to them, and if they are regularly taught subjects?

    (1) Based on Genesis 9 and 10, only Japheth’s descendants (which are caucasians) are Gentiles and were given the responsibility of spreading the Gospel; (2) There are two apples of God’s eye – Israel and America; (3) In Matthew 21:43, the kingdom of God was given to “a nation” (singular), which is America. (Strong’s says this word could mean people, and I always thought it meant the church.)

  • 12 Apostles From 12 Tribes?

    Did the twelve Apostles represent each of the 12 tribes? In other words, was each of them from a different one of the tribes?

  • God’s Law Or State Law?

    My husband had a history of adultery. I turned a blind eye for many years. Over a year and a half ago he left me and the children for another woman. He has been living with his mistress for over a year. Because of financial reasons on his part and child custody issues ( he was absent for four months) we are still legally married under state law. I filed over a year ago and it’s finally coming to an end. About 6 months ago I started seeing a long time friend. We have fallen in love and plan to marry. His family are very quick to judge and claim that I am committing adultery because I am still legally married. The bible says that God hates divorce unless adultery is committed. In my heart I tried everything. My husband cheated and abandoned me and the children. I prayed and God sent me this wonderful man I have now committed my life to. I no longer have any love for my legal husband and I feel that under God’s law we are divorced. What is more important, state law or Gods law?

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The Bride


This never before published study, was originally recorded during Jack’s teaching at a conference nearly 30 years ago. He referenced this conference, and what the Lord did there, in his article Spiritual Gifts Part 2: Some Personal Experiences.

I didn’t even know he had this recording! I found it shortly after he passed away last year. This study is almost 30 years old. It was first recorded on cassette tape and then converted to digital.  The quality is probably the reason Jack never posted it; it’s a little rough. But the message is definitely worth it. So I’ve cleaned it up the best I can, and present it to you for your edification.

Below the audio, we’ve also included the written transcript of this study.