Q. I really enjoy your site and have learned much from it; my question I have for you is if a non-believing woman is pregnant and the lord comes; does her un born baby go back to heaven or stay with the non believing mom. Could you please help me with this one, thank you so much for your help and thank you for having such a wonderful site.
Q. I was reading a book from another prophecy teacher who said: “When Jesus finally establishes His Kingdom, He will remove the enmity from the hearts of both Arabs and Jews. Then He will reconcile the sons of Abraham, and they will live at peace in the Holy Land.” He bases this on Ezk 47:22-23.
The author continues: “Ezekiel reveals that the Promised Land will be allocated in east-west strips to each of the twelve tribes of the restored Israel. However, the Arabs (the “strangers” mentioned in v. 23) will also receive their inheritance of land within Israel.” This makes sense to me since God also promised to bless Ishmael through his descendants.
What is your opinion of this scripture from Ezekiel? Could this be a reason why the Promised Land is so expanded during the Kingdom Age? Thank you once again for your time and patience in giving us your inspired thoughts about the Scriptures.
Q. I thought I’d add something to consider regarding a generation. I have looked at 70 years as the date of a generation. Also 40 years etc… The Bible tells us that no man shall live more than 120 years (after the period of the flood) and in fact that is the age of Moses when God took him. So in my estimation the very last date would be 1948 + 120 years or at the extreme latest 1967 + 120 years. Your thoughts?
Q. I know of a few people who are born again believers but who have gone back under the law, even though they are not Jewish. They practice all the laws and some men have become circumcised. The Holy Spirit has shown me that is not required of us, as has the bible. How does one show these people they are being foolish?
Q. I’ve been freaked out by reports from Europe of the government taking children away from Christian parents for one ridiculous reason or another. I have done what I can to help these people –written letters to the governments involved, spread the word to friends, signed petitions– but I have begun to be afraid that such a thing could happen in the US. This kind of thing is really a parent’s worst nightmare. Is there a Scripture I can use to claim protection over my children in a situation like this?
Q. Re: Amos 1:6-7. I first discovered this scripture about the time I discovered the scripture about the destruction of Damascus. Is this part of the Psams 83 prophecy about the defeat of Egypt and the destruction of Damascus? Isn’t Jordan a part of this as well and Amman Jordan destroyed at this time?
Thanks for your web site. it is truly a breath of fresh air in a world full of luke warmness, It is certainly meat and not milk.
Q. I have a roommate who was born and raised in Poland. The Polish people still talk about WWII and relive it as if it were still ongoing. My roommate believes the German’s are in a position to try and take over Europe and eventually the world. I try and point out to him that the Bible doesn’t seem to give Germany that role. From your expert opinion, what is the future of Germany? Are they the ruling power over the European Union or are they just another country that makes up the whole?
Q. Today my question is whether as Christians we can invest in the stock market, if done in manner that is systematic and careful. My husband wants to ‘trade’ according to Matthew 25 and Luke (for the 10 minas). Is the Stock Market an object of God’s wrath? This will be our part-time business to raise capital. We are concerned this is idolatory or adultery with the world.
Q. I have read the following on a web site and am wondering if the translations are correct. “There are two different Greek words that are translated as “temple” in English. One word “hieron” is used by Paul when referring to an actual building made with wood and stones. The other word “naos” is used when referring to the spiritual temple of God which refers to His people. The word “naos” is the one used in this 2 Thessalonians 2:4 verse, and therefore is NOT talking about a physical temple.”
Q. In a recent article a Christian author and activist made this appeal on the internet to God’s remnant “If you want to be a part of something to stop the free fall we’re in as a nation, I need to hear from you soon” (regarding her prayer to beseech God to rescue our nation). This person said “I believe it will touch the heart of God and maybe, just maybe, cause Him to take note of our distress, hear our cry, remember His covenant with our nation and, out of His great love, relent from the judgment we deserve.” What covenant could this person be referring to? Do you know of a covenant God made with our nation?