Is It True That God Will Never Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

Many have claimed God will never give us more than we can handle. Is this true? What does the Bible teach regarding this topic?

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The Power of Memorizing Scripture

The Bible is clear regarding spiritual attacks on God’s people. It is also clear regarding the important role of Scripture memory in spiritual warfare.

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Why Believers Still Need to Confess Sin

The Bible is clear that confession is a vital part of our spiritual lives. Psalm 139:23-24 teaches, “Search me, O God, and know my heart; Try me, and know my anxieties; and see if there is any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting.” How can we include confession in our prayer life?

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How Can I “Praise God” in My Prayers?

I always start my prayers with praising God! Why do I start this way? Because God is worthy to be praised first and foremost for who He is. He is our Creator, He is love, kindness, and He is salvation for the world! He left His throne in heaven, lived a sinless life, and died a horrific death on the cross for me and for you.

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How Can I “Pray Without Ceasing”?

The Bible says to “pray without ceasing.” How can we pray without stopping? I don’t know about you, but early in my walk with God my question was, “How can I pray for five minutes without stopping?”

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Should Christians Fast Today?

The ancient practice of fasting has become popular again among many health and wellness leaders. Does the biblical practice of fasting continue to serve a role for believers today? Should Christians fast?

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Has the Destruction of Damascus Been Fulfilled?

Recent prophecy books and speakers have highlighted the Bible’s prediction of the destruction of Damascus mentioned in Isaiah 17. Because Damascus is in Syria and Syria has been undergoing a period of war, certain prophecy experts have made the connection that the war in Syria is the fulfillment of Isaiah 17. However, there is significant evidence to support that the fulfillment of Isaiah 17 has already taken place.

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Is It Possible to Take the Mark of the Beast and Be Saved?

Revelation 13:15-18 describes a future time that will take place during the seven-year tribulation that will follow the rapture of believers from the earth. What is the mark of the beast?

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Is It True That God Will Never Give Us More Than We Can Handle?

Many have claimed God will never give us more than we can handle. Is this true? What does the Bible teach regarding this topic?

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What Does the Bible Say about the Identity of the Antichrist?

The Bible mentions a future world leader known as the Antichrist who will foster global unity, yet also oppose God. Many people have sought to discover what the Bible says about this future Antichrist. What information does Scripture share?

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Why Did Jesus Turn Water into Wine?

Jesus’ first miracle recorded in John’s Gospel involves turning water into wine at a wedding in Cana. What is surprising is that the group had already finished off all the wine allotted for the event. Furthermore, the master of the banquet speaks with the assumption that the people were intoxicated at the point when Jesus provides an abundance of more wine (around 600-1,000 bottles worth). To get a sense for what is happening here, we need to first understand a little about John’s Gospel.

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What is God like?

Although we cannot fully understand God, we still can know Him. We know Him through a personal relationship of faith and through a study of what the Bible teaches about His nature.

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Does God Experience Feelings?

Persons have mind, will, and feelings. A variety of people believe that if God cannot experience suffering, then He cannot experience feelings like love and joy.

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The Apostles’ Creed: Did Jesus Descend into Hell?

The Apostles’ Creed is one of the church’s oldest and most widely affirmed creeds outside of Scripture. That is, with the exception of one line: “He [Jesus] descended into hell.” Below are four reasons why many Evangelicals prefer to omit this phrase.

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What is the Apostles’ Creed?

For almost two millennia, the Apostles’ Creed has been the heartfelt declaration of the church. Centered upon God, grounded in history, and filled with hope, the creed succinctly expresses the core beliefs of Christianity. It is one of the church’s oldest and most widely recited creeds.

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Why Are There So Many Church Denominations?

Thousands of denominations exist today. Why are there so many?

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Did Samson Commit Suicide?

At Samson’s death, his final words were, “Let me die with the Philistines!” (Judges 16:30). He pushed down the pillars of the temple, killing himself and his enemies. Was Samson’s death a suicide?

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Does Church Attendance Matter?

According to most surveys, church attendance continues to decline nationwide. Many suggest church attendance is not even important for our spiritual growth. Is this true? What does the Bible say about church attendance?

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Is Karma Biblical?

Karma is the belief in eastern religions that what a person does influences our quality of life and future lives. Is this viewpoint of karma biblical? Three biblical passages have sometimes been used to justify this connection…

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What does the Bible say about #MeToo?

America’s recent #MeToo movement has forced our culture to directly address how women are treated. As followers of Jesus, our goal is to honor him in every area of life, including how men treat women. What is the Bible’s response to this important topic?

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How should we fight anxiety?

There are many reasons we can think of that contribute to growing rates of anxiety. The news. Social media. Global economies. The brokenness we see in the world. But none of these things are going to change anytime soon. We do not have the power to solve these issues overnight. What we do have is the ability to change how we react to them.

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What does the Bible Say about Reincarnation?

Eastern religions and a growing number of people in Western culture accept the belief that people are reincarnated after death. What does the Bible say about this issue?
First, a key verse in this discussion can be found in Hebrews 9:27: “people are destined to die once, and after that to face judgment.” Scripture is clear we only live one time, not many.

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When Will the Events of Ezekiel 38 Occur?

Ezekiel 38 foretells a time when surrounding nations will come against Israel in military battle. When will these events occur? The main options are in the past, in the future before the rapture, or after the rapture.

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Who Are the Nations in Ezekiel 38?

The word of the Lord came to me: “Son of man, set your face against Gog, of the land of Magog, the chief prince of Meshek and Tubal; prophesy against him and say: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: I am against you, Gog, chief prince of Meshek and Tubal.

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What Is Apologetics?

In the New Testament, the Greek word apologia is used in various places regarding a defense or answer. For example, 1 Peter 3:15-16 states, “But in your hearts revere Christ as Lord. Always be prepared to give an answer [a form of the Greek apologia] to everyone who asks you to give the reason for the hope that you have.

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Was David Gay and/or Bisexual?

After David had finished talking with Saul, Jonathan became one in spirit with David, and he loved him as himself. From that day Saul kept David with him and did not let him return home to his family. And Jonathan made a covenant with David because he loved him as himself. Jonathan took off the robe he was wearing and gave it to David, along with his tunic, and even his sword, his bow and his belt.

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Is Christmas Purely a Pagan Holiday?

What business does a Christian have celebrating Christmas, since the Bible gives no date for Christ’s birth? Isn’t Christmas as we know it only an old pagan holiday? If so, why should we celebrate Christmas?

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What Is Advent?

Advent began last Sunday to mark the beginning of the Christmas season. What is Advent? Why do many Christians celebrate this period of time?

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When Did the Wise Men Visit Jesus?

The biblical account of the wise men (also called “magi”) is found in Matthew 2. In the account, the wise men arrive in Jerusalem to ask where the “king of the Jews” had been born. It is clear Jesus had already been born by this time.

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How Many Wise Men Visited Jesus?

The biblical account of the wise men (also called “magi”) is found in Matthew 2. Verse 1 only notes wise “men” came from the east to Jerusalem. No number is mentioned, though there was clearly more than one wise man.

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Was Judas Saved?

Matthew 27:3-4 records, “Judas … was seized with remorse and returned the thirty pieces of silver to the chief priests and the elders. ‘I have sinned,’ he said, ‘for I have betrayed innocent blood.’” This verse has caused many to wonder: Does Judas’ remorse and confession of sin indicate that he was saved?

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What is Baptism?

Christians practice baptism, a Greek word that means to go into water. When a person believed in Jesus in the New Testament, the person would be baptized in front of other people to show he or she was a follower of Jesus.

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What Are Some of the Differences Between Roman Catholic and Protestant Teachings?

In the 1500s, a group of European Christians called Protestant Reformers separated from the Roman Catholic Church over a variety of differences in beliefs. What are some of these differences?

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Can I Earn Salvation by Being a Good Person?

Romans 3:23 says, “for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,” which clarifies that no one is exempt from this standing. We all deserve punishment for our sins. In the following verse though, we are given hope through his grace.

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Who Was Melchizedek?

In the Bible, Melchizedek is a mysterious figure. He is only mentioned twice in the Old Testament (Genesis 14:18-20 and Psalm 110:4) and in one section of the New Testament (Hebrews 5-7).

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What Are Some Ways to Cope with a Job I Don’t Like?

For most of us, we spend more of our waking hours at our job than any other area. Does God care about our actions at work? Scripture offers ample information to encourage us to use our vocation as a mission. These five principles highlight some ideas we can put into practice to serve the Lord and influence the lives of others.

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What Does the Bible Teach about Remarriage?

The Bible does not encourage divorce, but does sometimes allow it. Those who have been divorced are often interested in the Bible’s teachings on remarriage. What does the Bible teach about remarriage?

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What Does the Bible Say about Divorce?

Divorce is a sensitive and serious topic within our culture. Believers who desire to follow God’s plan for marriage and divorce want to know what the Bible teaches about this topic. What does the Bible teach about divorce?

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What Is Zion in the Bible?

With the term “Zion” being popularized today in songs and movies, many wonder what it means. What is the significance of Zion in Scripture?

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How Can I Be Sure I am Saved?

Many people have doubts about their faith and wonder if they are truly saved or have truly become a Christian. The Bible offers two clear ways to help determine whether you have received salvation through Jesus Christ.

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Who Was the Serpent in the Garden of Eden?

In Genesis 3:1-2 we read, “Now the serpent was more crafty than any of the wild animals the Lord God had made. He said to the woman, ‘Did God really say, “You must not eat from any tree in the garden”?’” Who was this serpent or snake in the Garden of Eden?

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What Does the Bible Say about Homosexuality?

The Bible often discusses human sexuality and God’s plans for sexual purity. Regarding homosexuality, or sexual activity between two people of the same gender, we find the following teachings.

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Do We Have Guardian Angels?

Guardian angels are often noted in films, books, and popular culture. What does the Bible teach on this issue? While the Bible never mentions the phrase “guardian angels,” Scripture offers seven important principles on this matter.

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What Does the Bible Say about Dinosaurs?

Those who interpret the seven days of creation literally hold that God created dinosaurs along with the other land animals on day six, about 6,000 years ago.

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Is It Okay for a Christian to Have a Tattoo?

  Many Christians wonder if it’s okay to have a tattoo. What does the Bible say about this issue? The…

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What Does the Bible Teach about Female Pastors?

    The desire to see women in leadership is on the rise.[1]  This trend has also impacted local churches….

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Do Infants Who Die Go to Heaven?

People often wonder what happens to young children, infants, aborted children, or children who die in miscarriage when they pass away. What does the Bible teach about the afterlife of children in such situations?

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Is Anyone Perfect Besides Jesus?

Many people think that Adam and Mary were perfect, being the first created man and the mother of Jesus. The…

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Can Praying For a Dead Loved One Do Any Good?

As we see from Luke 16:26, once the rich man and Lazarus die, their location and eternal destiny is fixed. There is no second chance or opportunity to change locations.

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Do We Go Directly to Heaven When We Die?

When We Die in Christ, Do We Go Directly to Heaven? There are several passages in the New Testament which indicate just that.

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How Do We Know there is Only One True God?

The Bible does not teach any form of tritheism or polytheism, as in the Mormon faith, but that there is only one true God from all eternity. As Jesus taught: “Now this is eter­nal life: that they may know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent” (John 17:3).

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What is the Book of Life?

Philippians 4: 13 says, “Yes, I ask you also, true companion, help these women, who have labored side by side with me in the gospel together with Clement and the rest of my fellow workers, whose names are in the book of life.” What is this Book of Life and how do we get our names in it?

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How Do We Speak the Truth in Love?

Today’s politically correct culture encourages us to accept all views and beliefs as equally valid. However, the Bible clearly teaches there are many areas where right and wrong is not a matter of opinion. We are instead commanded to speak God’s truth. In Ephesians 4:15, the apostle Paul teaches believers are to “speak the truth in love.” Rather than giving in to social pressure, we are to stand firm regarding our Christian convictions. Yet many have questions regarding the best way to proceed in this area. How can we speak God’s truth in love?

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Is Abstinence Realistic?

Most people today seem to think that telling young people to wait for sex until marriage is unrealistic. But is it really?

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What Does the Bible Really Say about Immigration?

Immigration has become a heated word in recent American politics. Some want to “build a wall,” while others desire to “open doors” for those who seek to enter the United States. During this political battle, some have turned to using Bible verses to justify both sides of the debate, even using the same verses to prove opposing views.

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What’s the Best Way to Approach Studying Different Theories on the Rapture?

Sometimes you read something by a pre-tribulationist and you say, “That really sounds convincing.” Then you pick up something by a mid-tribulationist and you say, “Well, that sounds good, too.” And then a little while later, you hear a post-tribulationist give a sermon and you say, “He really sounds like he’s on target, too.” How do you make up your mind as to which position is right and which position is wrong?

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Is Jesus the Son of God or God Who Came on Earth as Jesus?

There are hints, however, that as the “Son of God,” Jesus was more than a mere man, a mere “son of David,” who would sit on the throne of His father, David. This is especially clear in the Gospel of John, beginning in chapter 5…

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Why Is Hell Eternal?

First, hell is eternal because sin, though finite by itself, is primarily committed against an infinite God; the punishment must therefore also be infinite. Among men there are differences of both sin and its punishment, depending on the kind of sin and the one sinned against. It is not the same thing to tell a white lie as to murder a young child; nor is it the same thing to sin against the king or a neighbor. Threaten the life of your neighbor’s dog and it may anger your neighbor, but threaten the life of the King and it will cost you your life. Now imagine committing a sin against a God of endless, infinite holiness…

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Does Jesus Promise That He Will Return Some Day?

Look at John 14:1-3: “Let not your heart be troubled; you believe in God, believe also in Me. In my Father’s house are many mansions. If it were not so, I would have told you. I go to prepare a place for you, and if I go and prepare a place for you, I will come again and receive you unto Myself that where I am, there you may be also.”…

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Why Do We Celebrate Christmas on December 25?

In the “Israel My Glory” magazine of December-January 1986-1987, there appeared an article called, “Why Do We Celebrate Christmas on December 25th?” Since Christianity has its roots in Judaism, and not in paganism, let’s look to the Jewish roots for the origin of our date, as did this article…

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Where Did Jesus Live Between the Age of 12 -30 Years of His Life?

The Bible does not comment on the life of Jesus between the ages of 12 and about 30…

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What Day Is the Sabbath Supposed to Be On?

This commandment states that the seventh day of the week, Saturday, is the day the Lord selected for rest and worship. However, in the New Testa­ment, the Christian church began to worship and rest on the first day of the week, Sunday. Are Christians violating the Sabbath commandment by worshiping on the first day of the week rather than the seventh day? Some Sabbatarian groups, such as Seventh-Day Adventists, think so…

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With so Many Mass Shootings, How Can We Overcome Evil with Good?

Another mass shooting that left at least 14 dead in San Bernardino, California this week marks the sixth mass shooting in the United States in the past week! Americans find themselves responding by buying more guns, living in increased fear, or simply no longer paying attention to headlines of fellow citizens dying at the end of a bullet…

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How Can Christians Respond to Racism?

First, Scripture is clear all people are created in God’s image. Genesis 1:27 states, “So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them.”

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What Will the Anti-Christ Do?

According to Daniel 9:27, “and he [referring to the Antichrist] shall confirm the covenant with many for one week”—literally for one seven. Now, there is an interesting implication of this. Many have thought that the event which will actually start the seven-year Tribulation period—or if you want to call it the seven-year 70th week of Daniel 9 that we’re reading about here—that the event that will actually start that will be the Rapture of the Church.

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Will Our Pets Go To Heaven?

Will our pets join us in heaven with the Lord? Can you provide a Scripture reference? I believe the answer is they will join us. But I am unable to find the answer in my reading of the Bible. If I am correct, this will provide much comfort to me. I am looking forward to your reply…

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Will I Still Be Married to My Spouse in Heaven?

I met a woman who was recently widowed. She wanted to know whether or not she would still be married to her husband in heaven. She seemed to be very concerned about this. I am not sure why, but there are at least two possible scenarios in a situation like this…

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Does God Care When We Are Going Through Hard Times?

I have been reading through the Gospel of Mark and came to the passage in Mark 4:35-39 where Jesus calms the sea. The last part of verse 38 really “jumped” out at me. It was a terrible storm with the wind and waves threatening the disciples while Jesus was asleep….

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What Does it Mean to Blaspheme the Holy Spirit?

First of all, the word “blasphemy” comes from the Greek word “blasphemia” which means speaking evil against God. According to Acts 5:3-4, Peter tells Ananias that he has “lied to the Holy Spirit…You have not lied to men, but to God.” The Holy Spirit is one of the Persons of the Trinity along with the Father and the Son…

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Why Do I Still Struggle with Sin If I Am a Christian?

What we are dealing with here is temptation. It is the common problem of all human beings, and will be as long as we are still in the body. So, the important thing is to know what to do about temptation…

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What is the Unpardonable Sin?

In Matthew 12:31-32, we read: “Wherefore I say unto you, All manner of sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven unto men: but the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven unto men…

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What Does it Mean to “Take Up Your Cross”?

As teenagers, several of my friends in our youth group and I have committed to daily Bible reading and prayer for each other and our school. We are accountable to each other and often share what we have learned and any questions we might have…

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What’s the Difference Between a Disciple and Apostle?

In general terms, a disciple is a follower of a teacher. Most of us can look back over our school years and point to one or two teachers who had an impact on our lives and educa­tion. We attempted to absorb all that they had to teach us…

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How Did Evil Arise in a Good Universe?

According to the Bible, an angel created by God (Satan or Lucifer) was the first creature to bring evil into the universe. But the question arises how this good creature, created by a good God, living in a good universe, could choose evil. God did not cause Satan to sin, so who caused Satan to sin?…

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How Can I Cope With a Loved One Committing Suicide?

One of the greatest pains a person can face is the loss of a loved one to suicide…

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Does God Have a Good Purpose for all Evil?

Many Christians and non-Christians, alike, struggle with why God would allow so much seemingly senseless evil in the world. When a child is buried in the waters of a tsunami, how can there possibly be any good purpose for that? Can’t an all-powerful God do better?…

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How Reliable is the Modern Bible?

Nowhere in the Bible is there a promise of purity of the text of Scripture throughout history, but there is a great deal of evidence that suggests that the Bibles we read are extremely close to the original, inspired manuscripts that the prophets and apostles wrote.

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What Are the Apocrypha and the Gnostic Gospels?

The Apocrypha is a set of books written between the third century B.C. and the first century A.D. It consists of fourteen books (fifteen if you divide the books differently) which are found in the several ancient copies of important Greek translations of the Old Testa­ment and reflect some of the Jewish tradition and history that came after the time of Malachi (the last Old Testament prophet)…

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Why Would God Say: “I Have Hated Esau…”?

Several months ago, you answered a question on things that God “hates” based on Proverbs 6:16. That was most enlightening to me and helped me understand this passage more fully. Recently, I was reading in Malachi 1:2-3, and it has, in part, these words of God: “I have loved Jacob; but I have hated Esau….”

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What Makes the Bible Unique?

The Bible is clearly the most influential book the world has ever known. Abraham Lincoln called it “the best gift God has given to man.” Patrick Henry said, “It is worth all other books which were ever printed.”…

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How Long is Eternity?

Let’s stop and ask the question, “How long is eternity?” How long will I exist either with or without the eternal rewards God wants me to have? If you’re a non-Christian, how long will you exist in hell?…

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Is the Church Sexist Towards Women?

These two passages deal with women in the church. In Corinthians 14, women are to keep silent in church, and if they want to learn anything, they ask their husbands at home. In 1Timothy, it says much the same thing and includes women not teaching or exercising any authority over men…

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How was the Bible Put Together?

How do we know that the sixty-six books of the Bible are the only writings that should be included in Scripture? What about the Apocrypha, or the Gnostic gospels? Why shouldn’t they be included? The answer lies in the idea of canonicity…

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Has the Bible Changed Over Time?

I myself asked this question many times, and since, I have been confronted with the statement that the Bible has been corrupted. It is so easy to say to others that their book has been corrupted. But have we ever asked ourselves why we are saying that?…

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Do You Need A Holy Book To Know A Creator God Exists?

Not according to the Bible, which is telling since the Bible is a holy book. There are at least a handful of passages in the Bible which teach that a person comes to know that a Creator God exists by just observing the natural world…

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Why Does God Allow Natural Disasters?

With recent hurricanes, earthquakes, fires and other natural disasters devastating many around our world,  numerous people are asking, “Why does God allow suffering through natural disasters?” The Bible does not record a direct explanation regarding the purpose of such events, but does address some of the reasons natural disasters occur…

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Can We Know That Jesus Died from the Roman Crucifixion?

Crucifixion seems to have been invented by the Persians, who transmitted it to the Carthaginians, from whom the Romans learned it. It was the ultimate Roman punishment for slaves and provincials, but it was not used for Roman citizens…

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Is Jesus Unique When Compared to Other Religious Leaders?

The average non-Christian, and even many Christians, have little understand­ing of how unique Jesus really is. Messianic prophecy is only a small part of Jesus’ uniqueness. In all the world and throughout all history, there has never been anyone like Him. There never can be. One only needs to read His words in the Gospel to plainly see this…

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What is the Trinity?

The basic belief in Christianity is that one true God has revealed that He is three Persons, or centers of consciousness, within one Godhead. Because the concept cannot be fully comprehended does not mean the doctrine is irrational or cannot be accurately defined…

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If Someone Committed Suicide, Are They Now in Hell?

One of the most disturbing things we ever experience as Christians is the suicide of someone we know and love. It is always a rude shock to our sensibilities. Initially, we find ourselves asking, if only to ourselves, “Will this person go to hell?”…

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Do All Religions Go to the Same Heaven?

Today’s culture often suggests there are many ways to heaven. Is this true? What did Jesus teach about the way a person can reach heaven?…

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Are the Generations Listed in Matthew Wrong?

In Matthew 1:1-16, it mentions 14 generations 3 times, then in verse 17 it says again 14 generations 3 times for a total of 42. But when you count there are only 41 generations. Could you please explain this to me?…

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Do Humans Inherently Know God?

The Westminster Confession of Faith declares that the chief end of man is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever. At the time it was written, few Westerners had any real doubts as to which God it referred to. Today it is a different story entirely. The sheer number of religions confuses people when it comes to truth claims…

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What Does it Mean to Have a “Spirit-Filled Life”?

I hear so many Christians talking about “living” for God and “the Spirit leading me,” who are self-oriented in their lives. They seem to glory in their “spirit-filled lives.”…

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Can Someone Who Commits Suicide Go to Heaven?

Question: Can a person who commits suicide still go to heaven? Answer: I would have to say the answer to that is, it depends. I’m always a little afraid to answer this question, because I wonder if the person asking it is looking for permission to kill themselves…

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Was The Garden of Eden a Real Place?

Indeed, the Bible speaks of it as an actual place on earth that abounded with trees, plants, and animals. It had rivers and a gate (Genesis 2-3). However, critics point out that there is no archaeological evidence that such a place existed. They conclude that the story of Eden is just a myth…

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Was Adam a Real, Historical Person?

Critical scholars generally consider the first chapters of Genesis to be myth, not history. They point to the poetic nature of the text, the parallel of the early chapters of Genesis to other ancient myths, the alleged contradiction of the text with evolution, and the late date for Adam in the Bible…

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Is the Bible Really Filled with Contradictions?

Skeptics often accuse the Bible of being filled with contradictions. The Freedom from Religion Foundation even states, “Paul said, ‘God is not the author of confusion’ (1 Corinthians 14:33), yet never has a book produced more confusion than the Bible!” What truth is there to this accusation?…

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How Should I Pray?

I have used the concordance in my Bible to look up passages on prayer, and have learned the Lord’s Prayer, which I pray every night before going to bed. I want to learn more of how to prayer, and would like to know what a prayer should include?…

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What is the Role of the Holy Spirit?

As a fairly new Christian, I have been studying what the Scriptures reveal about God as Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. I have a hunger for God’s Word and want to under­stand as much of it as I can in order that I will be able to share my faith as God gives me the opportunity…

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