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Jennifer Rothnie

Housewife, Artist, Perpetually Curious
I came to Christ sometime when I was three - but I don't actually remember the day or what I said. I just know that afterwards I walked with God and knew I had accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior; that He had died to cover my sins; and told everyone so. I was first drawn to God because God was just and true. I knew the world did not operate by its own rules sometimes, and that I was not perfect either. Only a just God could save me, and He had sent His son to do so.

I've been able to attend many different denominations over the years, due to attending church with grandparents, or moving to a new area, or meeting times. My favorite Bible Study group I used to attend was one made up of believers who came from many different denominations, who met at a house to study the word. [If there was ever a topic that had too much denominational friction to discuss, we would have a separate 3 hour + "Can of worms" discussion, with a moderator, to really dive into the scriptures! Those were very fun].

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Was Jesus talking about the rapture or judgment in Luke 17:34-37?

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What does the Bible mean when it says we have a sinful nature? What is a sinful nature?

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Is Rev 3:15-16 an instance where a Christian or a believer can be unsaved?

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Are those who chose not to take the vaccine spiritually wrong?

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What is good biblical exegesis?

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Is empathy sinful?

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How does the sovereignty of God impact my everyday life?

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What does Paul mean in Rom 8:37 that, "in all these things we overwhelmingly conquer through him who loved us.?"

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Should someone exposed to Coronavirus be engaged in church activities that bring him/her into contact with other people?

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How is it WORK to believe? (John 6:29)

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What does Jesus mean by "You did not choose me, but I chose you and appointed you" in Jn 15:16?

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