Were people in the Old Testament born again just like we are today? Does behavior matter? After salvation, do we still sin? How does grace impact discipleship?
Why did Paul tell us to do “what is acceptable” to God? Does God want everyone to be healed? How do we reconcile the love of God with the idea that He chose some to believe and left others with no opportunity? Is that idea true or false?
Can you help me understand why Jesus would have something against a church in Revelation if He keeps no records of our wrongs? If a believer starts to do every evil thing, will they lose their salvation or their reward? How do I enter God’s rest and live by grace?
Are there blessings for doing right, and curses for doing wrong? What about discipline? How are women supposed to act in Church? What about 1 Corinthians 3 and judgment and reward?
Jesus sometimes told people to announce His miracles, yet other times He asked them to keep quiet. Gary called to ask why Jesus had these two different responses when people witnessed His miracles.
What is this freedom we have in Christ? Why behave and why care about behavior? Why does Jesus allow Christians to be persecuted? My friend is a lesbian, and I’m wondering if I should go to her marriage? Is the whole world saved?
If Paul believed the presence of the resurrected Christ was enough, why did He give rules of conduct and instruction for daily living? When Jesus was talking to nicodemus, what did He mean about being born again? What do you think Christians will have to give an account of? What is Jesus talking about in Matthew 6, about […]
What does it mean that the boy Jesus grew in wisdom? Did Jesus have more of the Holy Spirit than us? Did Jesus use his divinity to not sin? Is there a connection between replacement theology and dominion theology? What about professing Christians whose behavior doesn’t change, or they saved?
If Jesus died for everyone sins, will everyone be saved? What is your interpretation of 2 Timothy 3:5? In 1 John 4:7-8, what is this love? Are supposed to compare our fruit to others? How do we interact with Christians whose behavior is disappointing to us?
My mom suffered for multiple weeks before she died, why did Jesus allow this? Does Gods attitude towards us change based on our behavior? Are there rewards in heaven? Was the earth created in 7 days? What did Jesus mean when He said, “depart from me, I never knew you?”
What is our motivation for good works? Does behavior matter? These questions and more are addressed in the sixth message of Andrew’s series titled “What We Believe.”