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Question by Fiona Anne

How do you protect yourself from the enemy?

1 Peter 5:8

1 Vote January 07 2022 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by John Appelt

What did Jesus mean when He said it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to get into heaven?

In Matthew 19:24, Mark 10:25, and Luke 18:25, Jesus spoke of the extreme difficulty for a rich man to enter into the kingdom of God. In fact, it is...

January 07 2022 5 More Answers Follow Vote Up

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

How will "thy house" be understood in Acts 16:31?

In my opinion, the cited verse is not teaching that the faith of the head of a household will also "automatically" save all those who are in that household....

January 06 2022 Follow Vote Up

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

Is "pride" ever a good thing?

In his excellent book Mere Christianity (which is fully viewable online), C. S. Lewis addressed this question in the chapter that he devoted to the subject...

January 06 2022 Follow Vote Up

Question by Peggy Johnson , Local Busness Owner

How will "thy house" be understood in Acts 16:31?

Acts 16:31 Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved and thy house.

January 06 2022 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Question by Peggy Johnson , Local Busness Owner

Is "pride" ever a good thing?

For example, if you say, “I’m so proud of my child’s success?”

Isaiah 2:12

January 06 2022 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by Petter Havnegjerde

What is the best way to get started studying the Bible?

Hi, that is a good question, and even though I have been a believer for many years now, I still don't have a great answer to where the best place to start...

January 06 2022 Follow Vote Up

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Can a Christian lose salvation?

January 06 2022

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What is the meaning of "the second Sabbath after the first" in Luke 6:1?

January 06 2022

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

Why would God raise a "banner"? (Psalm 60:4)

To me, the psalmist is employing the metaphor of battle by saying that, in the midst of the adversity which God had inflicted upon Israel (symbolized by a...

January 06 2022 Follow Vote Up

Answer by Aurel Gheorghe

How many of Daniel's prophecies have already been fulfilled?

The most striking prophecy can be found in Daniel 2:37-45 where God showed Nebuchadnezzar the political future of the world. The head of gold was Babylon,...

January 06 2022 Follow Vote Up

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

Why would God raise a "banner"? (Psalm 60:4)

Psalm 60:3-4 (NIV) 3 You have shown your people desperate times; you have given us wine that makes us stagger. 4 But for those who fear you, you hav...

Psalms 60:1 - 12

January 06 2022 1 Answer Follow Vote Up

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

Why did David ask God not to kill his enemies, and then ask him to consume them in wrath? (Psalm 59:11–13)

Perhaps the two cited verses are referring to varying modes of divine retribution. David doesn't want his enemies immediately destroyed (and thus possibly...

January 05 2022 1 More Answer Follow Vote Up

Answer by John Appelt

What is the difference between the Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven?

The Kingdom of God and the Kingdom of Heaven are often seen as the same, but there are differences that show they are not interchangeable. Matthew is the...

January 05 2022 3 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Ryan Kolten

What was David afraid of (Psalm 59:2)?

The "bloody men" within the verse are Saul and his men, chasing him down to remove him as a potential heir to the throne. However, the "mighty" that are...

January 05 2022 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by Shirley H , Wife, mother, veteran in the spiritual war we all face!

Why did David order the death of the Amalekite who had come to him with news of Saul's death?

Saul had been trying to kill David. David would not kill the annointed King of Israel. At the end of 1 Samuel, Saul and his sons are dead. The men of Israel,...

January 05 2022 Follow Vote Up

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

How can an innocent child be wicked from the womb? (Psalm 58:3)

The sense in which a person is “sinful at birth” (Ps. 51:5, NIV) is by way of inclination, not by way of moral action. All persons are “by nature children of...

January 05 2022 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

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

How can I get started reading the Bible?

To get started reading the Bible, choose a helpful English translation if that is your native language. I like the New Living Translation. If this is your...

January 05 2022 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up

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

Why did David ask God not to kill his enemies, and then ask him to consume them in wrath? (Psalm 59:11–13)

Psalm 59:11 But do not kill them, Lord our shield, or my people will forget. In your might uproot them and bring them down. 12 For the sins of th...

Psalms 59:1 - 17

January 05 2022 2 Answers Follow Vote Up

Answer by John Appelt

Did Jacob have more than one daughter?

Jacob’s family is quite straightforward. Genesis 35:23-26 lists twelve sons of Jacob according to their mothers. Genesis 30:21 mentions the daughter, Dinah,...

January 05 2022 2 More Answers Follow Vote Up