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  1. How can I cultivate thankfulness when I don't feel very thankful?
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  3. Why did the curtain in the temple tear in two "from top to bottom"? (Matthew 27:51)
  4. Were the 9 lepers who did not return to give thanks to God no longer healed? Luke 17:19
  5. Why didn’t the disciples have enough faith? (Matthew 17:20)
  6. Why schedule so many fasts? (Zechariah 8:19)
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  10. Why did David want Goliath’s "head"? (1 Samuel 17:54)

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Answer by Jamin Fratello

Who is Satan?

Well, in Job 1:6, it says that the sons of God came to present themselves, and Satan came also. It never says Satan was a son of God and like what Craig...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What is the significant of the scribes?

Scribes were officially interpreters of the Old Testament and viewed themselves as guardians of the Jewish tradition. They were a guild of scholars skilled...

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Question by Anna Mcdonald , Bible Thumpin' Woman!

What is the significant of the scribes?

Matthew 9:3

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Answer by Allyse C

What is the significant of the scribes?

Scribes were observers and interpreters of the Law. They thought that what Jesus was did in Matthew 9:1-2 was blasphemy because he did work on the Sabbath...

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Answer by Rachel R

Why is Jesus God?

Jesus is not God. Jesus is God's son and he looks up to and prays to God. The whole idea of the trinity started when the Nimrod in Genesis 10:8 married his...

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Answer by Jamin Fratello

Why is Jesus God?

Along with what John Doe was saying, Jesus Christ is not God because in the Bible, it says Jesus was the Son of God, not God himself.

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Answer by Allyse C

Did fallen angels inter-marry with humans?

That's a great question! But nowhere in the Scriptures does it say that these "sons of God" are angels. Also, if you look at the context of Genesis 6,...

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Answer by Jamin Fratello

Did fallen angels inter-marry with humans?

If you look at Luke 20:35-36, it shows that angels do not marry.

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Answer by Mike Henson

Are there commandments that can be ignored but still enable us to enter into eternal life?

To repent of sin means to stop breaking the 10 commandments (which is what sin is according to John). 1 John 3:4 Contemporary English Version (CEV) 4...

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Answer by Ben Ting

What is the significance of the term "unequally" in "unequally yoked with unbelievers"?

In the overall context, Paul is admonishing the Corinthian church not to be "like the world" anymore. But rather be separated from the...

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Question by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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What is the significance of the term "unequally" in "unequally yoked with unbelievers"?

The phrase in 2 Corinthians 6:14 is often explained as "do not be yoked with unbelievers". Yet, there's a difference between "do not be unequally yoked" vs. ...

2 Corinthians 6:14

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Answer by Chuck Smith Jr , Soul-shaper

What is the significance of the term "unequally" in "unequally yoked with unbelievers"?

"Unequally yoked" translates one Greek word--a rare word, in fact, that occurs nowhere else in the New Testament. In the Greek translation of the Old...

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Answer by Colin Wong , Founder, eBible.com
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Are there commandments that can be ignored but still enable us to enter into eternal life?

The very heart of this issue is the concept of grace and faith. Thankfully, the apostle Paul covers this entirely in the book of Romans. First, what is the...

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Question by Robert Garcia

How to deal with being anxious?

For the past few months I have been wondering what my life will be like. Like when will I get married if I will at all. Or will I be single and continue to d...

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Answer by Anonymous
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What about repeated sin?

I used to struggle with the same sin for years afte being molested when I was young. The sin of sex. I tried to rationize that what I was doing was ok...

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Answer by Quisia Mints

How does the Spirit teach us?

The Spirit Teaches Us In Miraculous Ways How To Hear See And Speak Righteouness . Once You Have Accepted Jesus Christ As Your Lord And Savior The Holy Spirit...

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Answer by Allyse C

Will God forgive me of sins I commit after I become a believer?

To be forgiven from our sins, we must see the wrong that we do, turn away from it completely, and repent (Matthew 4:17; Acts 2:38-40; Luke 13:2-3; Acts...

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Answer by Charmayne Powell

What about repeated sin?

Matt, Thanks for sharing a little of your heart regarding sins that you struggle with daily. I know this is a familiar cliche but sharing your story "is the...

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Answer by Allyse C

Who are these "sons of God" who looked over the ladies and picked out wives for themselves?

That is one excellent question, these "sons of God" are not angels or immortal beings, they are indeed, humans! The chapter before Genesis 6 (Genesis 5) is...

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Answer by Lincoln Chua

Will God forgive me of sins I commit after I become a believer?

i think we all know on a biblical standpoint that Christ died as the one and perfect sacrifice for our sins , and as mentioned by another member previously...

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