Q. Is it possible to want so much to believe that you can be deceived into believing that Christ died for you? I have been struggling with this issue. The Bible strongly warns that there is an adversary prowling around like a roaring lion, seeking whom he can devour. Can he deceive you to think that you believe in your heart when you only have mental knowledge, no matter how hard you pray?
Q. Can we forgive ourselves? So many people say you have to forgive yourself, but I have never found it in the Bible.
Q. My question is whether there is a scripture about God taking us home earlier, snatching us from this world if we believe in Him but continue to live in sin? For instance would God shorten the life of a believer who couldn’t seem to escape from a lifestyle he or she knows is wrong?
Q. Why is Satan called the dragon and beast. Is it his appearance? Did his appearance naturally change after he rebelled? Also how did fallen angels and demons change in appearance?
Q. Did Jesus go to heaven to apply his blood to the mercy seat there?
Q. Earlier this year, I was hit head on by a heroin user which totaled my car and had me laid up in bed for a month. Miraculously, I was not killed or permanently injured but now I have fear of driving and question the Lord’s protection at all. I know He controls the orbit of our lives and can remove His protection as He did with Job for His reasons. What should I learn from this experience and how can I trust a loving God who allows me to go through this kind of pain and mistrust? I am not being disrespectful, I really took a hit. Is there protection in the blood of Jesus?
Q. I read an article that states archaeologists have found and verified parts of Nehemiah’s wall in the area of the Temple Mount. Does this fulfill any end times prophecy?? Thanks for your insight.
Q. I’m struggling to understand something in Matt. 17:17. The sick boy’s father told Jesus that he brought his son to His disciples earlier but they couldn’t help him. In verse 17 I’m not sure whether Jesus is talking to the crowd or to His disciples with that sharp tone of voice. I can’t imagine Jesus talking like that to his disciples in the midst of the crowd hence my doubt that he is talking to them. Do you think Jesus was talking to the crowd or to the disciples here? And if He was talking to the disciples then was He referring to the 9 or to the 3 he took to the mountain earlier?
Q. I have been pondering the upcoming election and wondering how I will vote? Can you give me your insight on this?
Q. God bless you and keep you for answering our questions daily. Please tell me the significance of the Greek words “Logos” and “Rhema” which, I was told in our Church meeting, are both translated as the Word of God. What do these 2 words mean in the New Testament when each is used and, is understanding their meaning useful and important to our Christian walk?