Author Archives: Jonathan Srock

The Biblical Conscience

This entry is part 83 of 86 in the series Holiness Matters

People use the phrase, “Get a conscience” all the time. They usually refer to people they think are morally base. These are people who don’t make the right moral decisions as far as they are concerned. It’s usually phrase we … Continue reading

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Divine Messiah

This entry is part 407 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

To whom does Micah 5:2 refer and how should we understand the phrase, “whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting”? This is a prophecy about Jesus, the Messiah. It probably had a preliminary fulfillment in the times … Continue reading

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Longing for Home

This entry is part 406 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the meaning of Psalm 84? The context of Psalm 84 is praise to the Lord and the desire to dwell in the Temple and worship the Lord forever. The dwelling place of God is the Temple in Jerusalem … Continue reading

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Rider on the White Horse

This entry is part 405 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

Is the rider of the white horse in Revelation the return of Apollo? This is a tough question to answer because of the many different interpretations of the book of Revelation. There are at least four prevalent interpretive views of … Continue reading

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Godly Decision Making

This entry is part 82 of 86 in the series Holiness Matters

Our decisions affect our present and future. I don’t know anyone who wants to make bad decisions in life. Wrong decisions the to an unpreferred future. No one wants a world that doesn’t benefit them. How do we make good … Continue reading

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Two Witnesses

This entry is part 404 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

Why do the two witnesses of Revelation have powers if they came to preach? The preaching of the gospel is often accompanied by signs and wonders of the Spirit. This is the reason that the two witnesses had the power … Continue reading

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The Whole You

This entry is part 81 of 86 in the series Holiness Matters

When I went to Bible College and seminary, the emphasis of most of my classes and training was to become a specialist. There were no general pastoral degrees. Everything was focused on whether you were a youth pastor, an executive … Continue reading

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Gospel Truth

This entry is part 403 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

Is an hour long enough to hear the full gospel of Christ? The gospel is both complex and simple. One hour is plenty of time to listen to the full message of the gospel. Many pastors at the end of … Continue reading

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Paul’s Past Life

This entry is part 402 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

Is it true that if the Apostle Paul had let his past as Saul affect a lot during his ministry as a missionary, he would not have been nearly as effective? I don’t believe this is true. Paul actually spoke … Continue reading

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Book of John Purpose

This entry is part 401 of 426 in the series Inquiring Minds

What is the purpose of the book of John? Many times it’s a lot harder to figure out the purpose of the book of the Bible because the writers of the New Testament don’t broadcast their purpose in writing. But … Continue reading

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