Monthly Archives: December 2020

The Inner Person

This entry is part 80 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

So many components make up who we are and what we do. Our motivations and intentions lead us to the choices we make and our actions. But what does the Bible have to say about all of the inner parts … Continue reading

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Old Testament Literature

This entry is part 402 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

What categories of literature are found in the Old Testament? In the Old Testament, there are many main genres accompanied by sub genres. If you put the Old Testament books into categories, you have the law/Torah/Pentateuch in the first five … Continue reading

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The Redeemed Mind

This entry is part 79 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

I’ve had several atheists and unbelievers who were thinking through Christianity ask me questions about what it means to be made new in Christ. They were afraid they would become mindless drones for Christ. It’s often the concern of those … Continue reading

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Forgiving Others

This entry is part 401 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Could you help me understand and apply John 20:23 in context? John 20:19-23 concerns the authority of the believer here on earth. As in other passages in the Gospels, Jesus sends out the disciples as he was sent by the … Continue reading

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Inspired Living Word

This entry is part 400 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why is the Bible considered the living work of God when many of the writers talked about very personal things at times and even put in their own opinions? This is a question about the inspiration of Scripture. Although we … Continue reading

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New Jerusalem

This entry is part 399 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Will the New Earth and the New Jerusalem resemble the original Garden of Eden? Not necessarily. The New Jerusalem is a city for the saints of God to dwell in with him. It is described in Revelation 21-22. The New … Continue reading

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The Biblical Mind

This entry is part 78 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

One of the greatest tools we enjoy without realizing it is our mind. We use it every day without thinking about it. Our brains are the most complex organ in our bodies. They can accomplish many tasks and we don’t … Continue reading

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Judas Iscariot

This entry is part 398 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why was Judas Iscariot predetermined as the traitor apostle? I know it sounds this way when you read the Gospels and the beginning of Acts, but Judas was not predetermined to be the traitor apostle. It was prophesied in a … Continue reading

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Proving Ground

This entry is part 77 of 127 in the series Holiness Matters

I tend to get ahead of myself. Sometimes I like to just go. But most of the time, I like to plan out my events and everything that’s going on. I like to know beforehand where I’m headed. Because of … Continue reading

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Best-Selling Bible

This entry is part 397 of 507 in the series Inquiring Minds

Since the Bible is the best-selling book in the world, who receives the millions generated by its sale? When you open up whatever Bible you regularly read or have in front of you, you will see a publisher listed there. … Continue reading

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