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February 16, 2024

Who exactly is the Holy Spirit? Why did Jesus tell the man near the pool at Bethesda that he should sin no more so nothing worse happens? I can’t seem to quit smoking weed, and I’m torturing myself every day. Can you help? Do we get more self control as time goes by?

Tags: Bethesda, fruit of the Spirit, Holy Spirit, Jesus, pool, self-control, sin no more, smoking weed

Can you be in Christ but still “think” in Adam? (Well, not exactly, but here’s why we’re still learning and growing.) I know I was saved early on in my life, but I feel that my heart has been hardened, and I keep believing lies. I’m miserable. Can you help me? Is self-defense with a firearm okay for a Christian?

Tags: body, growing, hardened, heart, in Adam, In Christ, learning, lies, misery, sexual sin

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February 14, 2024

Why do Hebrews and Colossians say to “hold fast“ or “continue”? Does this imply we could lose our salvation? Is Romans 7 about Paul before or after his conversion? When Romans 8 says “no condemnation”, is it referring to total forgiveness of our future sins? Why do some Christians seem to have a negative view of Jews in the Old Testament or even today?

Tags: Colossians, continue, conversion, forgiveness, Gentiles, Hebrews, hold fast, Israel, Jews, no condemnation, Old Testament, respect, Romans 7, Romans 8, salvation

Why does the New Testament say no one has seen God if He appeared to people in the Old Testament? Does the Bible contradict itself? What does it mean to not love things of this world? How do you know when you’ve come to trust God?

Tags: appearance, Bible, contradict, faith, God, hobbies, interests, love, new heart, New Testament, Old Testament, trust, world

Radio Shows
February 12, 2024

What is the difference between discipleship and sonship? How do we know we’re walking by the Spirit? Does the Father actually “take away” branches that don’t bear enough fruit?

Tags: abide, branches, child of God, disciple, John 15, led by the Spirit, lift up, take away, vine, walk by the Spirit

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February 11, 2024

What is Paul’s thorn in the flesh? Why did King Saul prophesy? Am I free to gather with other Christians in a home on any day rather than Sunday church? If a believer dies by suicide, are they still saved? Did angels have relations with humans to produce offspring? Is once-saved-always-saved true? What does “I can do all things through Christ” mean in context?

Tags: church, circumstances, faith, Paul, prophecy, prosperity gospel, salvation, Saul, security, suicide, thorn

Radio Shows
February 9, 2024

Is the Bible really a book about good and evil? Or does it contain another message? I love my son, but he’s been abusive in some ways, so I wonder about healthy boundaries. Do you have any New Testament commentary content available now? If so, how can we access it? We just started a coffee shop discussion group, and now I’m wondering how to stay focused on Jesus rather than morphing into a service projects group. What are your suggestions?

Tags: abusive, application, Bible, boundaries, coffee, commentary, discussion, evil, focus, good, Jesus, shop, Son, websites

Radio Shows
February 8, 2024

Do we need to take up our cross and follow Jesus into death every day as a means of discipleship? Why did Paul warn the Corinthians against receiving the grace of God “in vain”? Can women serve as leaders in church?

Tags: believe, church, Corinthians, die daily, discipleship, , in vain, leadership, Phoebe, take up your cross, women

Does “eternal salvation” in Hebrews 5:9 offer evidence of the security of the believer? Can you explain the mention of Melchizedek in Hebrews? In Nehemiah 8, why did the people sink into despair upon hearing the Law? How can we deal with rejection from our good friends who no longer speak to us because of our children’s lifestyles?

Tags: children, choices, forgiveness, friends, Hebrews 5, Law, lifestyle, Melchizedek, Nehemiah 8, rejection, righteousness, salvation, security

Radio Shows
February 6, 2024

Are all sins equal? What about consequences? And what about judgment and punishment? I drank an energy drink, and now I’m afraid I took the mark of the beast! I visit church services of many denominations, and I wonder what’s most important to look for in a church?

Tags: beast, church, consequences, cross, denominations, energy drink, judgment, mark, message, punishment, resurrection, sins, style

Radio Shows
February 5, 2024

Are we sinning if we don’t live up to Jesus‘s teachings in the Sermon on the Mount? What happened to our old self at salvation? Why do we still struggle with sin today? Where do sinful thoughts come from? I always thought the “turn the other cheek” concept was about maintaining open conversation with others. How do you interpret Jesus’s words there?

Tags: new self, old self, renewing of the mind, Sermon on the Mount, sin, temptation, turn the other cheek

Radio Shows
February 4, 2024

What does it mean to grieve the Spirit? Why does James say we all stumble when Peter says there’s a way not to stumble? Why do so many church people judge others? Does the bread and wine become the body and blood of Christ? Where does Catholicism get things wrong when it comes to forgiveness? My friend tells me we are still under part of the Law today. Is that the case?

Tags: blood, body, bread, Catholic, ceremonial Law, communion, forgiveness, grieve, James, judgment, moral Law, Peter, spirit, stumble, Ten Commandments, wine

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