Author Archives: Jonathan Srock

Confession

This entry is part 109 of 109 in the series Holiness Matters

It’s one of the scariest things the Bible tells us to do. If you are Christian, confession is part of your walk with Christ. But it’s extremely uncomfortable and many Christians refused to do it because it is uncomfortable. But … Continue reading

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Modern Apostles

This entry is part 470 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

Are modern day missionaries the equivalent of what the Apostle Paul was at one time? The twelve apostles and other apostles mentioned in the New Testament, like Paul, where a special type of apostle for the first century only. These … Continue reading

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The New Life

This entry is part 467 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

Would every individual who gives their life to Christ have the same type of change in character as the apostle Paul did? Acts 9 records the extraordinary events that converted Paul to the gospel and to Christianity. As he traveled … Continue reading

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The Time Is at Hand

This entry is part 466 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

What does “for the time is at hand” mean in Revelations 1:3? “Blessed is the one who reads aloud the words of this prophecy, and blessed are those who hear, and who keep what is written in it, for the … Continue reading

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Nine to Five

This entry is part 108 of 109 in the series Holiness Matters

One of the biggest surprises people have when I talk about holiness and addictions is when I bring up work as an addiction. Nowadays you don’t have too many people argue about it. Many people have been on the receiving … Continue reading

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Prophetic Healings

This entry is part 465 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

Did the ancient biblical prophets have the power to heal like the later twelve disciples did besides prophesying? Many of the prophetic books do not give us insight into the personal lives of the Old Testament prophets. They are the … Continue reading

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Entertainment Tonight

This entry is part 107 of 109 in the series Holiness Matters

Everybody has a weakness when it comes to entertainment. Some people are big into music. Others have the guilty pleasure of movies and TV shows. Some people are very active, playing sports and exercising. I’ve met people of all kinds, … Continue reading

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Divination

This entry is part 464 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

Where in the Bible are certain divination and fortune-telling techniques sanctioned, and why? First, let’s define what divination is. It is the practice of trying to discern the will of the gods. By this definition, it is a pagan practice … Continue reading

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Holy Spirit in the Old Testament

This entry is part 469 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

If some of the Old Testament prophets, patriarchs or kings such as David had the Holy Spirit dwelling inside of them, would they have gone straight to Heaven and not the paradise section of Hades? Anytime Old Testament people were … Continue reading

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Hiding a Lamp

This entry is part 468 of 470 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the meaning of St. Luke 8:16? ““No one after lighting a lamp covers it with a jar or puts it under a bed, but puts it on a stand, so that those who enter may see the light. … Continue reading

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