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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why does God send people to hell?

The Bible says that God created hell for Satan and the wicked angels who rebelled against Him, but there are people in hell also (Matthew 25:41). Both...

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Why does God send people to hell?

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Answer by Carl Naitram

Why does God send people to hell?

I used to be a hellfire and brimstone preacher..but Some word studies of hades and sheol and aion is making me think differently. But to respond to specific...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Why is an unbelieving husband made holy because of his wife?

I think we have to stay within the context of the chapter to understand what Paul is meaning. I think it is clear that there is something unique and...

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Can God break the cycle of generational sin?

Yes,Generational Sins and bondage can be broken.but by those who are in Christ Jesus.we have to understand that Man is Spirit ,Soul and Body.while spiritual...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Can God break the cycle of generational sin?

The simple answer is yes. Philippians 4:13 - I can do all things through Him [Christ] who strengthens me. I Corinthians 10:13 - No temptation has overtaken...

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Answer by Seth Freeman

Is having Christ on the cross a sign of torture or the reverse?

I think the answer is both. Christ was torturerd in an absolutely horrible way. The word excruciating can be traced back to crucixion. But, the cross is also...

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Answer by Victoria Yasharahla

Can God break the cycle of generational sin?

Only by following the Most Highs laws, and commandments, and carrying out HIS will, can the cycle of generational sin be broken.

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Answer by Charles Abu

Is having Christ on the cross a sign of torture or the reverse?

Displaying the Cross is a continuous reminder to us and this world that would not want any thing Christ or Christian to be seen or so displayed. The cross is...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Can God break the cycle of generational sin?

The Lord created families as a beautiful extension of His image. Sadly, in our fallen world we are born in a natural sinful state and can only be redeemed by...

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Answer by Mark Galinsky

Can God break the cycle of generational sin?

The only claim of generational sin that can be made is that sin passed on from Adam. Saying one suffers from a pattern of sin from their immediate family is...

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Answer by Peter Tettehzy , Servant

Who did the Lord meet and why did He sought to put this person to death?

The lord had met the uncircumcised son of Moses and wanted to take his life for GOD said in Genesis 17:14, 'And the uncircumcised man child whose flesh of...

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Answer by Chris Eleam , Chris Eleam

What does it mean to have the fear of God?

What could motivate us to obey God willingly? Moses mentions one factor, saying: “Fear Jehovah your God.” (Verse12) This is not a morbid dread of bad...

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What should we learn from the life of Jonah?

Many would think of Jonah as a disobedient prophet, if looked at superficially one may easily draw that conclusion. However God did not appoint Jonah as a...

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Why should I believe in Christ's resurrection?

Not all who became Christians in the first centuryC.E. found it easy to accept the resurrection hope. Some who found it difficult were associated with the...

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Answer by Asabe Tahir

Why did Jesus say a person must hate his father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, in order to be his disciple?

Thank you, for all your answers. Indeed! God should take FIRST place IN our lives, ABOVE: mother, father, husband, wife, children, brothers & sisters; and...

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Answer by S. Michael Houdmann , Got Questions Ministries
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Why should I believe in Christ's resurrection?

It is a fairly well-established fact that Jesus Christ was publicly executed in Judea in the 1st Century A.D., under Pontius Pilate, by means of crucifixion,...

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