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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

What should we learn from the life of Rahab?

How was Rahab rewarded for exercising faith? Her preservation during Jericho’s destruction surely was a blessing from Jehovah. Later, she married Salmon...

September 18 2013 1 Comments 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Thmas Ford , Brother

Is speaking in tongues for unbelievers?

When I read the book of Acts, I understood that the reason for speaking in tongues was because Jerusalem was a hub for commerce and many tribes and ethnic...

September 18 2013 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
Supporter

What should we learn from the life of Rahab?

In the book of Joshua, we are introduced to one of the most thought-provoking and astonishing heroines of the Old Testament. Rahab, the prostitute of the...

September 18 2013 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Glen Jeffers , Pastor and president of Christ In Us Ministries Int'l.

What should we learn from the life of Rahab?

I'm going to vote Michael's up. I would add: This is very revealing the word and the Holy Spirit. We're told by John in I John 4:6, "We are of God. He who...

September 18 2013 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by John Eglinton , Creator

Is not the phrase "Heaven and Earth' one of the very first metaphorical references to the Star of David?

Heaven Within The next statement --- that God created the heaven and the earth allows us to ponder the Bible’s way of using words. The fact that the Bible...

September 18 2013 2 Comments 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by John Eglinton , Creator

Did the author of Genesis ever intend the 7-day creation story to be taken literally?

The Hebrew word for “day” is the word “Yom.” Young earth creationists have always argued that the word used for the days of creation can only mean a 24-hour...

September 18 2013 11 Comments 15 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Glen Jeffers , Pastor and president of Christ In Us Ministries Int'l.

What should we learn from the woman at the well?

I would add some other insights or verses of the text that were not addressed or lightly addressed. 1) Worship in spirit and truth. The truth I believe Jesus...

September 18 2013 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Anonymous
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Is it ok to talk to the dead at the grave site?

I just stood at the gravesite of a loved one this week. I thanked God for many things, especially that she is present with Jesus. I did not speak to her...

September 18 2013 1 Comments 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

When Esther was standing in the presence of her enemy, how can we apply this section to our life applications today?

Consider the Bible example of Queen Esther. Although physically beautiful, she was modest and submissive. (Esther 2:13,15) When married, she showed deep...

September 18 2013 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by JOHN PERRY , 15 year missionary taught Apologetics college level

What does it mean that "you shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead"?

So is getting a tattoo considered a sin if it's not about the dead. I think this one needs some consideration. My lovely Christian daughter has a beautiful...

September 18 2013 2 Comments 8 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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What should we learn from the woman at the well?

The story of the nameless Samaritan woman at the well, recorded only in the Gospel of John, is a revealing one, full of many truths and powerful lessons for...

September 18 2013 1 Comments 7 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Glen Jeffers , Pastor and president of Christ In Us Ministries Int'l.

What scripture(s) speak on why God made people with different skin color?

I did not read the answers in detail but the question was on skin color and not race. I believe God did create skin color. We now know about DNA and skin...

September 18 2013 7 Comments 9 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Carolyn Roach

Is it ok to talk to the dead at the grave site?

My husband passed away nine years ago and I have never spoken to him at his grave side or elsewhere. We miss him terribly but talking to the dead has never...

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Answer by Duane Brayshaw

What does it mean that "you shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead"?

Gods word is his word yesterday today and forever Jesus he is who he say he is never mind the law just obey the word

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Answer by Glen Jeffers , Pastor and president of Christ In Us Ministries Int'l.

Is speaking in tongues for unbelievers?

Some clarification may come from I Corinthians 14 and others. First foundation: Oh! The tongue. What power for good or evil. Wrongly used it can set my whole...

September 18 2013 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Jess Sides

What does it mean that "you shall not make any cuttings in your flesh for the dead"?

We are no longer under the law of Leviticus Are we?

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Answer by Luis DeJesus

Is speaking in tongues for unbelievers?

Here is the problem. If there is no interpretation of said language then it's useless. Paul speaks clearly to the Corinthian church. Why is it that this is...

September 18 2013 3 Comments 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Leon Penny , Minister, Retired medical practioner. Special interest in

When Esther was standing in the presence of her enemy, how can we apply this section to our life applications today?

We are always in the presence of the enemy. Satan is ever present prowling to devour us. Use the whole armour of God, and keep your mind on Him and you'll be...

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Answer by Justin Adams

Does everything either come from faith or is a sin, or is there a neutral zone?

Samuel, this is an issue that seems to be confusing, but I think Paul is trying to clear this up int he very passages you quoted. Especially 1 Corinthians...

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Answer by Meeks ifezulike

Is it ok to talk to the dead at the grave site?

At the gravesite, who are you speaking to? The only source of comfort in time of sorrow is Jesus Christ the author and finisher of our faith.

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