Do we need to examine ourselves and our sins before we take the Lord’s Supper? How do you properly understand 1 Timothy 2 and what Paul is saying about women? I am taking care of a person who has dementia. Does Romans 9:18 give me hope for them?
Are sins measurable? I sent a book on heaven to my mother who is mourning the death of her son. Did I do the wrong thing? My husband is having an affair but I haven’t told him. Is there something wrong with me and what should I do?
How did Catholicism begin? And do you recommend going to a Roman Catholic church? I feel like I’ve lost my faith. Can you help me? When we pass away, are we with God?
How do we see “spiritually”? And what does it mean that the “eyes of your heart may be enlightened”? I’ve been rejected and I don’t know what to do. Can you help me? What do you say to someone who lost a child?
Can satan touch us? Is the prosperity message biblical? And are we required to give ten percent of our income to God?
Did we choose God or did God choose us? Do believers have free will? Why aren’t more believers “on fire” for God?
Can focusing on the end times be a distraction? What is the freedom we have in Christ? And are we free to drink alcohol? Is the devil real?
Why does the apostle John say that he wants his joy to be “made complete”? Does God ever destroy His own temple (believers)? In Genesis 3, do we see an early mention of Jesus? What are your thoughts on brokenness? Do certain sins of your past disqualify you from preaching or sharing about Christ? How should we view church attendance and the role of a pastor/elder?
Will I be judged for my sins? Does God get angry when I doubt Him? How do I know when to step back and trust God without getting in His way? Where does the Bible speak of “taking the plunge” to go ahead and believe in Jesus? What do you think of the Westminster Confession as it outlines the chief purpose of humanity?
Are Christians under the curse of the Law? Did we pre-exist before the Earth was created? Why does James tell us to confess our sins to one another? What does “no condemnation” really mean? Do Christians need to re-dedicate themselves or is there a healthier way to frame things?
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