Q. Hi Jack, Recently my pastor preached a sermon on faith where he said believers sometimes have faith in their head rather than their heart. He cited purgatory, the rapture and other beliefs that may stunt a believer’s faith. I consider myself to be a seasoned believer and I am having a difficult time with the head/heart distinction as it pertains to faith. Can you help me with that? Thank You so much for your ministry.
Q. Regarding the mass migration of muslims into Europe: What is your opinion on what’s happening to Europe concerning end times Bible prophecy? And do you think that Europe could descend into a societal/economic meltdown and into terror/war BEFORE the Rapture? Should Christians in Europe brace themselves?
Q. I have a question about healing. I believe it’s available to us today and I believe the Lord wants to heal us. My problem is when I pray for healing for myself I actually feel hope more than faith. Try as I might I just can’t walk away from my prayer convinced I’m healed. I have ear aches and other ear problems. I’ve prayed numerous times for healing and I’m still waiting. How do I change my attitude from hopeful to believing?
Q. 1 Corinthians 15:50 says that flesh and blood cannot inherit the Kingdom of God. Yet the Millennium seems to be populated with people in their mortal bodies. How is one to reconcile these two points? Thanks for your response.
Q. It’s obvious that Satan is the ruler of this world & I don’t doubt his power and influence, but I’m wondering how he is able to tempt so many people around the world every day? He certainly isn’t omnipresent in the same way that God is, so how does he do it?
Q. Can you help me with Scripture that says the Holy Spirit comes into a person’s life/heart the moment they genuinely profess faith in Christ? Why did the 12 men of Acts 19:1-7, who Paul called brethren, not even know about the Holy Spirit?
Q. I read your writings with great eagerness. This question come as a result of a discussion I’ve had in a forum. Has the 70th week occurred? I’ve been taught for many years NO it has not. But this new mathematical equation from a pyramidologist is claimed to prove that it has. That history shows the 70 weeks started in 485 BC and Christ crucified ended it. They threw out a myriad of verses from Daniel 9:25-27, Luke, and Romans to prove the theory.
Q. Jack, in Romans 12:20 why the analogy Coals of fire on his head? I understand the idiom, “kill em with kindness” and the like but coals of hot fire? I’ve asked a number great scholars and have not got a great answer really interested in what you have to say.
Q. I can find no place in Revelation where John states that the “Church” is in heaven where he is during the tribulation. The ones in Heaven are God, Jesus, the Elders, the angels and those Christians under the seat of God that have been killed for their belief in God and Jesus. The only others that show up in Heaven are the slain that come out of the great tribulation. So where is the “Church”?