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Answer by Karla Mcgrath

What does the Word mean when it says that God is not a respecter of men?

I have always thought that it meant that he does not play favorites between His children. He doesn't respect a person because of a position such as "King" or...

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Answer by D W

What does the Word mean when it says that God is not a respecter of men?

Open your Bible to read the original, Acts 10:34-35, then read this dynamic equivalent.translation: The Apostle Peter said, "Of a truth I now see that God...

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Question by Johnnatta Giles , Spirit Filled Christian

What does the Word mean when it says that God is not a respecter of men?

I have heard a lot of people say this. But I'm not really sure what the word respecter even means? I've also found it in the word. I have tried to look at my...

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Answer by D W

Why did God make salvation such a narrow path?

Romans 10:8-13. Lead up to that passage with John 14:6, John 3:16-17, John 3:3, John 5:24. Once you have genuinely, authentically professed Him as Savior,...

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Answer by Dan Rivers , Christian, Husband, Grandfather, Son, AT&T retiree

Why did God make salvation such a narrow path?

In Matt 7:13,14 I believe Jesus was speaking of the method of salvation available prior to the cross. It was virtually impossible to obey the law...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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How can I have the mind of Christ?

In 1 Corinthians 2:16, Paul quotes Isaiah 40:13 and then makes a statement concerning all believers: "We have the mind of Christ." Having the mind of Christ...

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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

How can I have the mind of Christ?

In addition to pointing out the importance and benefits of being spiritually-minded, the apostle Paul had much to say about what true spirituality is. To the...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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How can I become a child of God?

"Yet to all who received him, to those who believed in his name, he gave the right to become children of God" (John 1:12)."You must be born again"When...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is the plan of salvation / way of salvation?

Are you hungry? Not physically hungry, but do you have a hunger for something more in life? Is there something deep inside of you that never seems to be...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Does Hebrews 10:26 mean that a believer can lose salvation?

"For if we are willfully sinning after receiving the full knowledge of the truth, there remains no more sacrifice concerning sins." Hebrews 10:26-29 warns...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What is replacement theology?

Replacement theology essentially teaches that the church has replaced Israel in God's plan. Adherents of replacement theology believe the Jews are no longer...

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Answer by Fanny Essamuah

Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

The bible is translated into many languages and for some languages they are spoken in one way and have not synonyms or modern words. Meaning you cant have...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

You need not be concerned about small discrepancies' in versions God is not dead or afar off, Seek the baptism in the Holy Ghost and He will guide you in all...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age? And how can the average person discern between truth and error among modern Bible Versions? Answer: By...

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Answer by Anonymous
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Can women serve as deacons in the church?

Dorcas (also known as Tabitha) was a disciple who lived in Joppa, referenced in the Book of Acts 9:36–42 of the Bible. Alternately, some Christian feminists...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Who was Saint Patrick and why do we celebrate St. Patrick's Day?

The man eventually canonized as Saint Patrick by the Catholic Church was born to a wealthy family in AD 387 in Kilpatrick, Scotland. His real name was Maewyn...

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Answer by Dina Perkins

Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

It's so simple, it's hard. If the language used, back in the day, is too unfamiliar with the language today, then you're going to struggle with the KJV. So,...

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Answer by Chris Barlow

Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

Dear Friends, The KJV was ordered by King James I in the early seventeenth century in England because there were a number of english translations and he felt...

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Answer by Sherry Polk

Why is the KJV still read in this modern day and age?

The everyday Bible I use is NIV...however when I come across scripture that I want to really get into I go back to my KJV for clarification...and in most...

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Answer by Arun Kumar , Engineer, Chennai, India

Where were the wise men from? What is known about their belief regarding the star and how it was to identify our Lord?

The wise men were evidently from the contemporary parts of Babylon since the greek Bible reads it "Magi", which refers to experts in astronomy and other...

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