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

Does "wind" only symbolize the Holy Spirit in the Bible?

I would say that the Holy Spirit's activity in the Bible is sometimes represented or symbolized by, or likened to, a wind, but that the Bible also contains...

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

What is the meaning of "my brethren" in the parable of sheep and goats in Matthew 25:31-46?

I would say that, by this term, Jesus was referring to any humans (not just fellow believers (Matthew 5:46-48)) for whom the redeemed performed their acts of...

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

What does it mean to be spiritually dead?

Because we chose to rebel against our Creator, Jesus, we suffer spiritual death, with its attendant pain, suffering, greed, envy, malice, anger, hatred, and...

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

What can we learn from Israel's refusal to enter the promised land in Deuteronomy 1:26-27?

I like Harold Wilmington's bare-bones outline of this. I. AN OVERVIEW OF ISRAEL AT KADESH-BARNEA (Deut 1:19-46) A. The route of the spies (Deut 1:19-25): See...

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Does "wind" only symbolize the Holy Spirit in the Bible?

John 3:8 The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every o...

John 3:1 - 15

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Answer by John Appelt

Who were the Amalekites?

The Amalekites were descendants of the grandson of Esau, Genesis 36:12, and first mentioned as a people in Genesis 14:7. The Amalekites are a mysterious...

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Answer by Emo Tenorio , Shomer

I’ve heard people testify that God told them so and so, or God spoke to them. Are they really hearing a voice?

I humbly submit in Scripture there is speaking a prime example would be Moses another would be Daniel. So in the Old Testament He was speaking and then came...

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Answer by John Appelt

Who were the Nethinim?

The Nethinim, mentioned in I Chronicles 9:2 and Ezra 2:43, 8:20, are likely the Gibeonites who deceived Joshua and the men of Israel. By a guise of old...

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Answer by John Appelt

Why did oaths involve putting a hand under someone's thigh?

The ‘hand under the thigh’ is found twice. In Genesis 24:2-4, Abraham had his servant put his hand under his thigh and swear an oath about getting a wife...

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Answer by Mark Vestal

Under the new covenant does God still get angry with believers?

God is no longer imputing our trespasses to us (2 Cor 5:19) during the current dispensation of the grace of God (Eph 3:2). Behold, the days come, saith the...

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Answer by Mark Vestal

How do we rightly distinguish the instructions of Jesus under the Old Covenant and his instructions that are under the New Covenant?

Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah (Jer 31:31, Heb 8:8). Note that...

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Answer by Mark Vestal

What laws of the New Covenant are we under today?

Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah (Jer 31:31, Heb 8:8). Note that...

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Answer by Mark Vestal

What is the New Covenant?

Behold, the days come, saith the Lord, that I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel, and with the house of Judah (Jer 31:31, Heb 8:8). Note that...

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

Was Jesus a Jew?

Mary was a Jew. Jesus claimed to be KING OF THE JEWS. Witten on the cross. KING OF THE JEWS. Mary was a descendant of Abraham Isaac and Jacob.

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Answer by James Kraft , 74 year old retired pipeline worker

What can we learn from Israel's refusal to enter the promised land in Deuteronomy 1:26-27?

Israel saw the land that was promised to Abraham Isaac and Jacob, but saw the giants in the land and trusted in themselves instead of God who would deliver...

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Answer by Fran Joa

I’ve heard people testify that God told them so and so, or God spoke to them. Are they really hearing a voice?

I have a daughter who has numerous experiences hearing God speak. I’m positive they were true experiences of hearing God - one seemed to be audible; the...

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Answer by Carolyn Hostetter , Retired church administrator, wife, mother, grandmother

If we all adored Jesus as Mary did, who would do the work (Luke 10:39-42)?

I agree with Tim that sometimes our priorities are misplaced. And that, as Jack said, Martha got a little carried away with her work. I also think this has a...

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Answer by Carolyn Hostetter , Retired church administrator, wife, mother, grandmother

Why God did get angry against Moses?

In Exodus 4:12, I believe God got angry with Moses because he was so stubborn and didn't believe that God was going to provide the means for him to free the...

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Answer by John Appelt

Where were Sodom and Gomorrah?

Gauged by the desolation of the region, the southeast area of the Dead Sea has been determined by many sources to be where Sodom and Gomorrah were. But there...

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