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  3. What will be different when the old order of things has passed away? (Revelation 21:4)
  4. Will there be a third temple built before Christ's second coming?
  5. Why did David ask for the ephod before inquiring of the Lord ?
  6. If Christ reconciles all things, why doesn’t everyone believe? (Colossians 1:20)
  7. Why does Jesus promise that "those who hold fast will rule with a rod of iron"?
  8. How was David like a weaned child with its mother? (Psalm 131:2)
  9. What does growing fat have to do with a broken yoke? (Isaiah 10:27)
  10. What does it mean to remain in the same calling in which one was called? (1 Corinthians 7:20)

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Why is such violent imagery used in this passage? (Isaiah 13:6–8)

6 Wail, for the day of the Lord is near; it will come like destruction from the Almighty.[a] 7 Because of this, all hands will go limp, every he...

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Where do the Hebrew Scriptures prophesy the death and resurrection of the Messiah?

This passage from Daniel identifies the time of the Messiah’s appearance, death and resurrection: Daniel 9:24: Seventy weeks are determined upon thy people...

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Why does Jesus promise that "those who hold fast will rule with a rod of iron"?

This passage is using the same imagery as in Psalm 2:8-9, which (as noted in Acts 4:24-26) was written by David. The psalm (as was the case with multiple...

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Why does Jesus promise that "those who hold fast will rule with a rod of iron"?

27 "And he will rule them with a rod of iron, as when earthen pots are broken."

Revelation 2:26 - 27

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Did Sarah sleep with Pharaoh when she was taken to his palace?

The reaction of Pharaoh to Abraham speaks volumes in this regard that, he (Pharaoh) did not have any sexual relationship with Sarah. In Genesis 12 verse 19,...

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Who are the 'these' Jesus referred to when asking Peter if he loved Him more than 'these'?

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Will there be a third temple built before Christ's second coming?

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