Can you help me answer this question for the Jehovah Witnesses? I know Jesus is the Son of God, and I also know and believe with all my heart that Jesus is the God of the Old Testament. Jehovah God. Jehovah Witnesses have sometimes asked me the following: “If Jesus is God – then who did He pray to?” Can you please help me with a simple answer?
A friend of mine told me that I could ask you biblical questions and get a good answer. my question is this: There is a lot of violence in the old testament like the slaughter of baal’s prophets that God said was ok but in the new testament He tells us that violence is never ok and that we should love our enemy. It just seems like there was a huge change between the new and old testaments.
I’ve been telling people about the Rapture and the “end times” ever since I first read Hal Lindsey’s book “The Late Great Planet Earth” 38 years ago. I’m tired of the Christians among my family and friends who have heard me for all these years and now laugh whenever I say something about current events and Bible prophecy. These are all good Christians who believe in Jesus but just aren’t interested in Bible prophecy. It’s not just that they don’t believe it, they think it’s all centuries away. I’ve lost the excitement of waiting for His return. I really thought the Rapture would have come before now.
Recently there was an article on another website having to do with tribulation saints losing their salvation. The author disagreed with your position and gave an unfavorable critique of one of your articles in doing so. Would you care to comment?
I received teachings from bible passage in Hebrews 8 & 10 that God will put His laws in our minds and hearts so that we would follow them. So can believers today depend on our hearts’ desires to help us make decisions in life (since the Bible says he has written His laws in our heart), is this interpretation Biblically correct?
Gen. 6:6 says, “And the Lord was sorry He had made man on the earth, and He was grieved in His heart.” I am so perplexed by this statement. God, being omniscient, had fore-knowledge of everything. So why was He sorry He had made man knowing what they would do? Being a parent, I can understand the grief in His heart.
King David suffered some consequences of his sins. He should have been stoned for adultery and murder. Why didn’t he suffer the full judgment of his consequences? I am now suffering consequences of my adultery. I am praying that I change from the inside out and I am seeking personal transformation. Also I have been praying for a miracle that my marriage will survive. I keep getting told that there is no condemnation in Christ, and that I am forgiven, and that Jesus will comfort me and provide for me, but I am still to suffer the consequences of my actions. No one seems to speak about a miracle from Jesus to heal my marriage that has been damaged by my actions. Is there a miracle for me and my family?