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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

How many years did Noah spent to build the ark?

The Bible tells us that Jehovah issued a decree in heaven. According to Genesis 6:3, he said: “My spirit shall not act toward man indefinitely in that he is...

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How many years did Noah spent to build the ark?

Genesis 8:1 - 19

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Answer by Seth Freeman

When David wrote this psalm, I often wondered if he was really prophesying about the Messiah or did the Gospel writers just use this to back up their writing?

David really and truly was prophesying about Christ when he said that, though he didn't realize that is what he was doing.

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Can you be a murderer and a Christian?

The intention to murder clearly violates God's commandment to love your neighbor as you love yourself (Mark 12:31). The analogy to being gay and a Christian...

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Question by John Doe

Can you be a murderer and a Christian?

Seeing that some people on the page say you can be gay and a Christian, I just want to know if you can be a murderer and a Christian? What laws are there tha...

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Answer by Anonymous
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What ever became of the Ark of the Covenant?

There are enough tunnels under Jerusalem that it could very well be where the Ark of the Covenant is hidden. They will bring it forth at the right time. God...

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Answer by Anonymous
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How many more prophecies must be fulfilled before Jesus returns?

According to my understanding of scriptures Jesus could appear at any moment...My Lord allowed me to see the river of life and my home in heaven, We truly...

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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

Why did Jesus appear in a special way to Mary Magdalene and no others at the tomb?

Jesus could have appeared first to Peter, John, or one of the other male disciples. Instead, he chose to favor these women by making them the first...

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Answer by Keith Marsh

Does a believer ever become perfect?

The Bible says "Be ye perferfect even as thy Father in heaven is perfect". Also God says that He will make us perfect. So God wants us to be perfect and He...

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Answer by Asabe Tahir

If God is all knowing why did He have to test them?

THE PLACE OF MAN'S WILL God has freely given man the gift of 'A WILL' for him to make & take decisions by himself. Even though God is all knowing, He won't...

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Answer by Mike Acke

What does the Bible say about remarriage?

Genesis makes it very clear that when a man and woman are married they become one flesh. Jesus confirms this in Matthew. Adultery does not separate the one...

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Answer by Nitin Gangahar

If God is all knowing why did He have to test them?

There's a difference between intentions and actions and my opinion is that God wants to see our actions as it is an establishment of our intentions. Consider...

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Answer by Anonymous
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What ever became of the Ark of the Covenant?

The Ark of Covenant was hidden in a cave in Solomon's temple in Israel till date. This mystry happened during the conquer of Jerusalem by the Babylonians....

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Answer by Merrill Beattie

How many more prophecies must be fulfilled before Jesus returns?

Jesus said that He was coming soon. 2nd Peter 3:8 says to the Lord one day is as one thousand years, and one thousand years as is to one day. Using His...

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Answer by Jane Christensen

Does a believer ever become perfect?

Being perfect in in Christ it signifies completeness and soundness and includes the idea of being whole. More particularly when applied to believers it...

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Answer by Ronald Ingram , I am retired served in the Army

How many more prophecies must be fulfilled before Jesus returns?

And when this Gospel (Of Jesus Christ) is preach throughout the whole World then shall His coming be. Through radio, television, the Word has been spread to...

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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

Why do so many of us still struggle with temptation and desires to sin if we're not controlled by our sinful nature anymore?

Some two thousand years ago, the apostle Paul expressed frustration over the fact that ‘the good that he wished he did not do, but the bad that he did not...

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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

What ever became of the Ark of the Covenant?

The Ark is last mentioned at 2Chronicles 35:3 when King Josiah in 642B.C.E. returned it to the temple. The Ark may have been removed by Josiah’s apostate...

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