Monthly Archives: September 2020

Genesis 39

This entry is part 334 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

How can you explain Genesis chapter 39? Genesis 39 recounts the account of Joseph’s rise to leadership in the house of Potiphar, descent into prison for being falsely accused, and his rise to leadership within the prison. More than that, … Continue reading

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Sabbath Day

This entry is part 333 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

When is the Sabbath day? People like to argue about the Sabbath. When is this day? The Jews say it’s Saturday. The Christians say it’s Sunday. When is it? Scripture does not tell us what day God rested. The Sabbath … Continue reading

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Steps Away from God

This entry is part 57 of 57 in the series Holiness Matters

I’ve never written a post like this before. It’s not very often Christians talk about ways to lose your salvation. But I feel this is an important step in understanding holiness. Israel fell away from God, ignored him, turned to … Continue reading

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Satan and Lucifer

This entry is part 332 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

Are Lucifer and Satan the same? Is there a difference between them? They are the same individual recorded in the Old Testament. However, the names “Satan” and “Lucifer” come from different places. Satan is a Hebrew name that may not … Continue reading

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Deception and Jacob’s Blessing

This entry is part 331 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why did God allow deception to be used in the blessing of Jacob. Was Jacob justified, in the eyes of God, to use deception for getting blessing from his father? Reading the Old Testament from the New Testament perspective is … Continue reading

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Christianity and Morality

This entry is part 330 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

Isn’t Christianity merely a morality? While Christians espouse a high view of morality because they know and trust in God, the Law Giver, it is not just morality that Christians stand for. In fact, Christianity is much more than morality. … Continue reading

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God’s Children

This entry is part 329 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

Since we are all God’s children, how much should we pray to him? Actually, all human beings are not all God’s children. Many politicians are saying this so that they sound like they are inclusive. Only people who believe in … Continue reading

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God’s Regret

This entry is part 328 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does Genesis 6:6 mean “The Lord regretted that he had made human beings on the earth, and his heart was deeply troubled?” This is a really hard part of Scripture. It’s especially hard for us as Christians living in … Continue reading

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Michael the Archangel

This entry is part 326 of 334 in the series Inquiring Minds

Is Michael the Archangel included in the important areas of biblical prophecy? Michael the Archangel only appears in several biblical texts, Daniel’s writings (Daniel 10:21; 12:1), Jude 1:9, and Revelation 12:7. He also shows up in very popular Old Testament … Continue reading

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Your Heavenly Employer Part 1

This entry is part 1 of 1 in the series Your Heavenly Employer

Everyone works. In fact, we often ask what others do before who they are. Think about it. When’s the last time you met somebody and ask them about anything other than, “So what do you do for living?” So much … Continue reading

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