My question for you today involves when the Jewish day begins and when the numeric date actually changes. I know that based on Genesis it was evening first and therefore the new day begins at sundown.
If Passover begins on 14 Nisan with confirming the unblemished animal, does the actual Passover meal take place on 15 Nisan as the new day begins at nightfall?
Why did Paul have Timothy circumcised? Wasn’t this contrary to his repeated assertion that Gentiles who became members of the Church were not required to undergo a Jewish ritual procedure for all males, according to Mosaic Law, a symbol of the Old Testament covenant that God made with Abraham?
In regards to people who are against Christ, and the word of God, what purpose did God have for them when he created them? Why are they allowed to continue living such long lives, when they damage His name and lead so many people astray?
My mother passed away November 2006. Her sister (my aunt) passed away March 2007. In our grief my uncle (my aunt’s husband) and I became close. He wants to marry me. I can only do this if it is acceptable to God. What is God’s word on this issue? I am 51 years old and I don’t know what to do.
Psalm 13:3 – Show Context Look on me and answer, O Lord my God. Give light to my eyes, or I will sleep in death;
Psalm 90:5 – Show Context You sweep men away in the sleep of death; they are like the new grass of the morning–
Were they sleeping then because Jesus hadn’t come as savior yet? Is it different now because He has come?
My questions arise from your Ezekiel study. If your supposition is correct that the Lord deals with the Church and the nation of Israel separately, and if Psalm 83 (possibly Isaiah 17) and the battle described in Ezekiel are separate events, then could it be that the rapture should happen before both occur?
If so, or maybe regardless, is there any indication in scripture of how much time lapses between the rapture of the church and Daniel’s 70th week (the final 7 years before Jesus’ return)?
Should a person living in adultery be allowed to teach a Bible study? What does the bible say about this? Are there biblical references to support or ones that are against this. Tell me where in the bible it specifically state what the life style of a teacher should be.
Could you please explain to me the simplicity of “Breaking of Bread” of the early church compare to the diversity of modern denominations? Of what I understand, it is a get together on the first day of the week, Saturday evening or Sunday morning. How did the first church actually kept Jesus’ commandment? Did Jesus command us to make this remembrance a ceremony or simply sharing our faith in a pot luck about Christianity?