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Question by Albert DeBenedictis , Retired computer programmer

How was Abraham able to see God and not die (Genesis 18:1-8) since Exodus 10:28 states that no one can see God and live?

Why did God allow Moses and Abraham to see God while Exodus 10:28 states that no one can see God and live?

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Answer by Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

What is "my long home" in Ecclesiastes 12:5?

Eaton said, "Always liked the imagery of the departed one setting sail for a new destination; mourners grieving on one shore as the ship disappears; but...

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

In what order were the Leviticus offerings made by the priest and why?

By my understanding, the offerings were made in the following order, with each of them intended to foreshadow a particular aspect of Christ's work: Burnt...

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

What is "my long home" in Ecclesiastes 12:5?

The phrase "long home" is referring to the grave or Hades ("long" being a measure of time or duration, rather than a physical dimension).

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Answer by Shirley H , Wife, mother, veteran in the spiritual war we all face!

How do we interpret Psalm 38, literally or symbolically?

I believe that this Psalm is both literal and symbolic. It is included in scripture for our learning. David asks God for mercy. We too need to ask God for...

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Answer by Shirley H , Wife, mother, veteran in the spiritual war we all face!

How can we apply these words in Psalm 24 to our life, if any?

God has prepared everything for those who have faith and believe His words. Jesus came and sacrificed His life. The sun was darkened on the day of...

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Answer by Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

Why do we need to repent of our sins?

Why do we need to repent? Because those who are sick need a physician. And we are all sick with sin! The universality of sin is spoken of by Isaiah the...

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Question by Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

What is "my long home" in Ecclesiastes 12:5?

5 Also when they shall be afraid of that which is high, and fears shall be in the way, and the almond tree shall flourish, and the grasshopper shall be a bur...

Ecclesiastes 12:1 - 14

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Answer by Anthony-Wayne McCabe

How does one become a disciple of Jesus today? What does discipleship look like?

It’s interesting to note that the first directive that Yeshua (Jesus) ever said to His disciple, Peter, was,“Follow Me” (Matthew 4:19), and the last thing...

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Answer by Anthony-Wayne McCabe

How do we interpret Psalm 38, literally or symbolically?

It's a bit of both, really! David's own guilt-riddled sin is having an overwhelming effect on him physically, as well as a spiritual effect on him with the...

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Answer by Ellen Aranza

Is raising the dead still possible today?

Why would we not believe that people are raised from the dead in these current times? Maybe because of the blindness that the enemy afflicts us with. No...

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Answer by John Appelt

What should we learn from the life of Noah?

Noah is best known for building the ark and the safety of eight people during the Flood of the corrupted earth, Genesis 6:12, 7:7. Considering Noah and the...

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Answer by Anthony-Wayne McCabe

What does Job 5:7 mean by "the sparks fly upward"?

The words “man is born unto trouble” mean: “It is man’s nature through his sin to bring trouble upon himself; evil rises up out of his heart as naturally as...

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Answer by Donna Williams

How do we interpret Psalm 38, literally or symbolically?

Jack: I believe that this Psalm is symbolic; I know that what David was experiencing was real, and he used metaphors to describe his pain and suffering for...

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Answer by Anthony-Wayne McCabe

Will there be a second chance for salvation after the Rapture?

In a quick and simple answer: No! Many believers think there are years in-between the believers being taken up (Raptured) and the actual "touch down" of...

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Answer by Billy P Eldred

How do we interpret Psalm 38, literally or symbolically?

To directly answer your question, I would say to interpret it as a lament from someone who is feeling defeated and abandoned by God, and is seeking...

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Answer by Billy P Eldred

Why did Nehemiah again and again ask God not to forget his good deeds?

Let me first say that This is not a question I have ever thought about or researched, so my answer is just an opinion. My feeling is that Nehemiah regularly...

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Answer by Pamela Davis

How does a peaceful heart lead to a healthy body? How are they connected?

It’s a scientific fact that a peaceful heart leads to a healthy body, as well as a spiritual one. Having a peaceful heart promotes low stress and anxiety,...

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Answer by Rick Baugh , Follower of Christ cleverly disguised as a software engineer

Why do we need to repent of our sins?

The most obvious answer is that our Lord has specified repentance as one of the terms of our salvation, along with belief that the blood of Christ is...

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