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  1. Why ask a blessing from someone who had just hurt you? (Genesis 32:26)
  2. Was Jesus despised by men or respected by them?
  3. Why was the temple decorated so ornately (2 Chronicles 3:1-5:1)?
  4. How does an honest answer resemble a kiss on the lips? (Proverbs 24:26)
  5. Why call wicked Babylon a Virgin Daughter? (Isaiah 47:1)
  6. Who was Molek? (Isaiah 57:9)
  7. Why would anyone want to sacrifice their children? (2 Chronicles 28:3)
  8. What does it mean in Proverbs 18:16 that your gift will make room for you?
  9. Why did Solomon spend more time building his own house than God’s house? (1 Kings 6:38–7:1)
  10. What are the benefits of "drinking water from your own well?" (Proverbs 5:19ff)

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

What does it mean in Proverbs 18:16 that your gift will make room for you?

I would say that this verse is indicating that if a person offers a gift to someone who is in a position of power, that gift will have the effect of allowing...

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Who was Molek? (Isaiah 57:9)

Molek (also spelled Molech) was a heathen god whose priests practiced (among other things) the sacrifice (through burning) of the children of his...

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Why would anyone want to sacrifice their children? (2 Chronicles 28:3)

As noted in the passage cited in the question, child sacrifice is (from God's perspective) an abomination. However, such rituals were a part of the worship...

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Who was Molek? (Isaiah 57:9)

9 You went to Molek with olive oil and increased your perfumes. You sent your ambassadors far away; you descended to the very realm of the dead!

Isaiah 57:9

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

When a person becomes saved / born again do they become righteous or just declared righteous?

True, each of us-every single human being (see Rom. 3:10-12, 19-20)-has failed to do what God’s law requires of us (Gal. 3:10; 6:13; cf. James 2:10). But......

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Why would anyone want to sacrifice their children? (2 Chronicles 28:3)

3 Moreover he burnt incense in the valley of the son of Hinnom, and burnt his children in the fire, after the abominations of the heathen whom the Lord had c...

2 Chronicles 28:3

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What are "the plagues written in this book" of Revelation 22:18?

Revelation 22:18:19 is a warning to the Church of God, if any one tampers the biblical text will have the wrath of God come upon him as also mentioned in...

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Are we supposed to 'let go and let God?'

Dare I suggest that the reference in Psalm 46:10 Amplified version says, “Let be, be still and know that I am God” is nominating a letting go of those things...

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Does scripture get the value of pi wrong?

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