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Today's Bible Q&A

  • Will We Be Judged For Unconfessed Sins?

    I recently heard a teacher state that Christians will be judged for their sins which have not been confessed. He said that if sins were confessed and forgiveness was asked, the sins would not have to be accounted for. However, he said that if we have unconfessed sin, we will be judged for it, not for salvation, but be judged for it nevertheless. Is this something that is Biblical? I can’t seem to find this teaching for judgment of Christians for their sins.

  • Repent and Be Saved. What does It Mean?

    What part does repentance have in becoming saved? We often read we must just ask for forgiveness and believe in Jesus.

  • Winning The Victory Crown

    Let me say first of all that I love your site – it is amazing and so informative. I was reading 1 Cor 9:24-27 and my question is what is the crown that we are obtaining here? (I know it is not salvation) Also, what is the meaning of the strict training?

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Understanding Revelation


No other book of the Bible was so specifically written for our generation.  Of its 22 chapters, 19 are about a time that’s still in our future.

And no other book of the Bible promises blessings to those who read it, hear it and take to heart what is written in it.

In short, the Book of Revelation is arguably the most important book you will read in your life time.

People have shied away from this book because of its use of symbolism and its cryptic references.  In writing this commentary, I’ve tried to explain these things in common everyday language to make it easier to understand while remaining true to the book’s purpose, which to inform us of things that will soon be taking place.

Here then is my commentary on the Book of Revelation.

-Jack Kelley

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Abram & the Two Kings


This study covers Genesis 14, and Abram’s dealings with two kings: the king of Sodom and the king of Salem.

  • Who are these kings?
  • Why did Abram accept blessing from one and not the other?
  • And what does that say about Abram’s faith?