Read the Bible

Ask a Question

Get an Answer

Top Questions See All
  1. What is the Septuagint?
  2. Is it possible that Adam and Eve spoke with the serpent before he deceived them in the garden?
  3. How did Lucifer get his inclination to become prideful and act on his desire to sin?
  4. Should we live in terror of God? (Proverbs 1:7)
  5. What does the Valley of Vision refer to? (Isaiah 22:1)
  6. Why would the house of Israel pass under [God’s] rod? (Ezekiel 20:37)
  7. What caused Isaiah to tremble? (Isaiah 21:3–4)
  8. What does the Bible say about mass evangelism?
  9. Does God have mood swings? (Nahum 1:6-7) first, wrathful, then comforting
  10. Was Israel’s repentance genuine or fake? (Hosera 6:1–3)

Articles See All
  1. The Unfast
  2. Unpacking the Bible’s Most Famous Prayer
  3. Compassion Challenge 2018!
  4. For You, and for You Only
  5. He’s Only “Mostly Dead,” not “All Dead”

Explore Topics
Award for Blessing Bisong

Feed Silver Teacher award!

Criterion: Write an answer that receives 5 votes.

See Answer:
What was the significance of the ephod?

1 hour ago

Award for S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
Supporter

Feed Silver Teacher award!

Criterion: Write an answer that receives 5 votes.

See Answer:
Why is the lack of visions and divinations considered a punishment?

1 hour ago

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

What did God mean when he said, "Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee" in Jeremiah 1:5?

I would say that the statement in Jeremiah 1:5 does not reflect any pre-natal existence on the part of any of us, but instead is a product of God's...

5 hours ago Follow Vote Up

Answer by Vincent Mercado , Skeptic turned believer, Catholic, father of 3

Should we live in terror of God? (Proverbs 1:7)

FILIAL FEAR: Fear of some impending evil based on love and reverence for the one who is feared. Actually filial fear is close to love that dreads offending...

6 hours ago 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Kathy King

Is saying OMG or words like 'geez' still taking the Lord's name in vain?

Exodus 20:7 KJVS [7] Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain; for the Lord will not hold him guiltless that taketh his name in vain. I’m...

6 hours ago 21 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Question by Anonymous
Medium

What did God mean when he said, "Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee" in Jeremiah 1:5?

Were we with God (like spirits) before he made Heaven and Earth or were we just a thought in his mind before he formed us in the belly?

Jeremiah 1:5

6 hours ago 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Charles Crabtree

Why did God require animal sacrifices in the Old Testament?

My thoughts on this question are that God wanted something that was important to a person. In the beginning people were farmers and herdsmen. Their animals...

6 hours ago 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Award for Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

Feed Silver Teacher award!

Criterion: Write an answer that receives 5 votes.

See Answer:
What is the Septuagint?

15 hours ago

Award for Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

Feed Silver Teacher award!

Criterion: Write an answer that receives 5 votes.

See Answer:
What does it mean that the trees clap their hands in Isaiah 55:12?

15 hours ago

Answer by Gregory latimer

Does God hear (answer) the prayers of a sinner (unbeliever)?

God does answer a sinner's prayer. I am a sinner and some of my prayers have been answered. We must pray when we sin, and when we do not sin. Our prayers...

16 hours ago 4 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Charles Crabtree

Can God 'give, then take it away'?

In Matt.18:23 Jesus tells a parable about a king forgiving an huge unpayable debt after his servant worshipped him. After this servant would not forgive a...

16 hours ago 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Judith Harding

Does the Bible mention Alexander the Great?

Daniel sought an interpretation from Gabriel himself for the ram-goat vision of Daniel 8. This great man of God was thrice told that the vision 1)...

16 hours ago 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Neil Parks

How did Lucifer get his inclination to become prideful and act on his desire to sin?

First of all we must understand that God is sovereign. God is omniscient, God is omnipotent, God is omnipresent. God is the creator of all things. God is the...

16 hours ago 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

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

What did blossoms in the desert signify? (Isaiah 35:1–2)

In my opinion, the images of fertility and verdancy conveyed in the verses cited in the question (in addition to other verses in that chapter (Isaiah 35))...

16 hours ago Follow Vote Up

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

What did blossoms in the desert signify? (Isaiah 35:1–2)

Joy of the Redeemed 35 The desert and the parched land will be glad; the wilderness will rejoice and blossom. Like the crocus, 2 it will burst into bl...

Isaiah 35:1 - 2

20 hours ago 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Award for Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

Feed Silver Evangelist award!

Criterion: 5 person read an answer or article shared from eBible.

See Question:
When did Egypt experience civil war and subjection to a fierce king? (Isaiah 19:2, 4)

1 day ago

Award for Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

Feed Silver Evangelist award!

Criterion: 5 person read an answer or article shared from eBible.

See Question:
What caused Isaiah to tremble? (Isaiah 21:3–4)

1 day ago

Award for Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

Feed Silver Evangelist award!

Criterion: 5 person read an answer or article shared from eBible.

See Question:
What does the Bible say about cremation? Should Christians be cremated?

1 day ago

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

Should we live in terror of God? (Proverbs 1:7)

The fear spoken of by Solomon in the verse cited in the question is a sense of extreme reverence, which should be the proper, rational, and "wise" response...

1 day ago 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

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

Should we live in terror of God? (Proverbs 1:7)

7 The fear of the Lord is the beginning of knowledge; fools despise wisdom and instruction.

Proverbs 1:7

1 day ago 2 Answers Follow Vote Up