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  1. When Jesus judges people is He only speaking forth His Father’s judgment?
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  3. Why does it seem that today’s Christians just don’t care?
  4. If a person wants to lay hands on the sick, to speak in tongues, or to prophesy, does s/he need to be saved and submitted to Jesus, or are these skills given to anyone and everyone whom God chooses?
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  6. Why did God direct Noah to build the ARK?
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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

When Jesus judges people is He only speaking forth His Father’s judgment?

In my opinion, when Jesus said, "I judge no one" in John 8:15, he was referring to the type of judgment (judgment "according to the flesh" as Jesus...

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Question by Janet Austin

When Jesus judges people is He only speaking forth His Father’s judgment?

Jesus’ comments in John 8 are confusing. When Jesus says in John 8:15, “I pass judgment on no one,” it sounds contradictory to His comment in v 16 “If I do j...

John 8:15

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Question by Lena Wms , Student @Christ Gospel Church, S.S.Teacher, Observer

How did Job 'add rebellion' to his sin?

Is this why God allowed Satan to attack him?

Job 34:37

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

How did Job 'add rebellion' to his sin?

The words cited in the question were spoken by Elihu, who was the only speaker in the book of Job who sought to present God's perspective on Job's situation,...

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Answer by STANLEY S. DRANE

What does it mean in Hebrews 12:14, "... without holiness no one will see the Lord"?

I'm glad you asked. We must first of all be born again, meaning: making a change in our lives, after we have accepted the Lord. After accepting Him, we're...

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Answer by Petie Van De Werken

Should we stand when the Bible is read?

There are many ways in which we can show our reverence, respect and love to God. We take our shoes off when we enter the service to show that we respect...

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Answer by Aurel Gheorghe

Are sin, disbelief and rebellion all the same or are they different?

The sin of rebellion is found in Revelation 12:7-17. The dragon, Satan, the old serpent, the Devil, previously known as Lucifer, rebelled against God and...

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

Why was God so particular about the ark? (1 Samuel 6:19)

The ark was so special because it really was the presence of God upon the earth. Exodus: 25:22 There I will meet with you, and from above the mercy seat,...

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Answer by Petie Van De Werken

Why was God so particular about the ark? (1 Samuel 6:19)

In order to better understand the importance of the Arc of the Covenant, we need to take a basic look at the overall design of the Tabernacle. It is...

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

What is the sign of Jonah Jesus spoke of?

In Matthew 12:40-41, Jesus gave a twofold explanation of His meaning. The first was the similarity between the time that Jonah spent in the belly of the...

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Question by Dolly Evans

What is the sign of Jonah Jesus spoke of?

Matthew 12:41

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

How could Jonathan be certain the sign from the men of the Philistine garrison was from the Lord? (1 Samuel 14:9–12)

I view this assurance on Jonathan's part as similar to the way in which Abraham's servant asked God in faith for a specific sign of the servant's own...

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Question by Jack Gutknecht , ABC/DTS graduate, guitar music ministry Baptist church

How could Jonathan be certain the sign from the men of the Philistine garrison was from the Lord? (1 Samuel 14:9–12)

1 Samuel 14:9-12 9 If they say thus unto us, Tarry until we come to you; then we will stand still in our place, and will not go up unto them. 10 But if...

1 Samuel 13:9 - 12

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Answer by Grant Abbott , Child of Father, Follower of Son, Student of Spirit

What is Jesus saying when he says, "Whoever falls on this stone will be broken, but on whomever it falls it will grind him to powder"?

I think the key to understanding Jesus' statement about the stone is contained in verse 31 & 32. John came proclaiming the gospel and calling people to...

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Answer by Aurel Gheorghe

What is Jesus saying when he says, "Whoever falls on this stone will be broken, but on whomever it falls it will grind him to powder"?

Going back to Daniel 2 prophecy will help us better understand Jesus' words in Matthew 21. Nebuchadnezzar’s dream recorded in Daniel 2 was of a statue, which...

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Answer by Danny Hickman , Believer in The Gospel Of Jesus Christ

What was the sin of Sodom and Gomorrah?

The question: the sin of Sodom and Gomorrah.. Ezekiel 16:49,50 gives a good explanation of the SINS of Sodom AND her sisters. The whole region was under...

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Answer by STANLEY S. DRANE

How can I be saved?

I'm glad you asked. The answer to your question is to accept Jesus Christ as your personal Savior, and be godly sorry for sin no matter what you've done....

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Answer by Tim Maas , Retired Quality Assurance Specialist with the U.S. Army

Who is speaking in John 16:8 and who is the audience?

In John 16:8, Jesus is speaking to the eleven apostles (those other than Judas Iscariot, who had left the company of Jesus and the other apostles in John...

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Answer by Danny Hickman , Believer in The Gospel Of Jesus Christ

Does the Bible marginalize women?

The bible is the story of all of existence. God, people, the elements, all that heaven and earth contains. The bible is a story penned by men who did then,...

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