Why does Romans say “all of Israel will be saved”? How can we properly understand the “grafting in“ and “cutting off” in Romans 11? What is the “reward“ and “loss” in 1 Corinthians 3? I struggle with depression, and I have a hard time finding joy in my life. Can you help?
Might some promises in Isaiah be spiritually relevant to the church? Are the “irrevocable gifts” in Romans 11 evidence that we can’t lose our salvation? Is Israel right to defend themselves against Hamas? (Yes!) Is God judging Israel through recent events? (No!)
Why does Jesus warn not to “look back” or you’re not fit for the kingdom? How were Gentiles included in the Gospel? Who is being “cut off” in Romans 11?
How do we know that Paul is actually referring to himself in Romans 7? Do the removed branches in Romans 11 refer to loss of salvation? Wouldn’t more people be saved if they understand they are under the control of sin?
Where does Paul’s Romans 11 quote about “a spirit of stupor” come from? What does it mean? My son passed away a year ago. Will I see and recognize him in Heaven? If Christians don’t forgive other people, does God not forgive their sins?
Do the gentiles being grafted out in Romans 11, speak of losing our salvation? Do we need to make a vow to give to ministries? Are we supposed to tithe? Is Ishmael the father of Islam? If I don’t have a dual nature, how do I still sin? How do you teach someone to live in the Spirit?