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How can I be ready to be caught up in the Rapture?

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

Is having your pets microchipped the same as accepting the mark of the beast?

I would say that the owning of animals as pets (even though they could be regarded as "beasts") in this life and world, as well as actions taken in caring...

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Is having your pets microchipped the same as accepting the mark of the beast?

Can I be forgiven for this?

Revelation 13:1 - 18

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

Who were the mid-wives? Where they Jewish?

Because of how the Net Bible translates and explain this verse, I don't think the midwives were Hebrew. (that is, even though their names appear to be...

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

Who were the mid-wives? Where they Jewish?

Although the cited verse appears to indicate that both the Egyptians and Hebrews made use of midwives in giving birth, my understanding is that the names...

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Answer by Jennifer Rothnie , Housewife, Artist, Perpetually Curious

How does the sovereignty of God impact my everyday life?

“Sovereignty” means rank, authority, or power – especially control over a body politic.* It does not imply micro-management, meticulous control, or hard...

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Is God sovereign and/or do we have a free will?

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What does Jesus mean by "You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you" in Jn 15:16?

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

Who do the 3 main characters in the parable of the prodigal son represent?

In my view, this parable represents the whole world of human creation for all time. God is the Father who gave birth to all human beings, brought every one...

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Question by norman Phillips

Who were the mid-wives? Where they Jewish?

Did Egyptians have mid-wives?

Exodus 1:19

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Answer by Eric Torres

What did Jesus mean when He said, "..when you are old you will stretch out your hands, and someone else will lead you where you do not want to go"?

Peace of Christ everyone. As the others have answered, I too embraced that same insight for almost 25 years. Just now I have received some deeper revelation...

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Answer by Kelli Hamann , Pastor's Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Teacher, Writer, Cellist

How can children love their stepmom?

I have an interesting perspective on this topic. When I was 18, my parents were killed in a plane crash, leaving my two younger sisters and me orphaned. At...

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Answer by April Streets

Why would a loving God “create darkness" and “disaster”? (Isaiah 45:7)

God as the Creator is the embodiment of all things, since we are reminded that all things were made by Him (Colossians 1:16-17). There are no limitations to...

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Answer by Richard Burroughs

How can children love their stepmom?

First off, you should always love her as a person with the love of Christ. That is first and foremost. Next we get into the nitty gritty parts of the...

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

How can children love their stepmom?

As Christians, we love God because he first loved us. He demonstrated his love for us which gave us a heart of love for him in return. Children love their...

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

Why would a loving God “create darkness" and “disaster”? (Isaiah 45:7)

When we put these verses in chapter 45, in context, we discover that God is speaking directly with Cyrus, king of the Medo-Persian empire, the most powerful...

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5 Ways To Get More Out Of Studying Your Bible

B study 175x92 You’re probably familiar with the seemingly never-ending cycle of feeling guilty for not reading your Bible, so you avoid it as if you’re avoiding the wrath of God, which in turn makes you feel even guiltier, and so on and so forth. Some of you may even feel like it’s been so long you wouldn’t … Continue...

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

What had God promised to the people mentioned in Hebrews 11 that they did not see before dying?

They did not see the coming of the Messiah, Jesus Christ. a) who brought the kingdom of God to earth to advance justice, righteousness, love and...

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

Who do the 3 main characters in the parable of the prodigal son represent?

I would say that the father represents God, the prodigal son represents a repentant sinner, and the elder brother represents people who self-righteously...

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

Who do the 3 main characters in the parable of the prodigal son represent?

--the 3 main characters, the father, the prodigal, and the elder brother?

Luke 15:11 - 32

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