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Question: How do we face and overcome all the tribulations to come in the world?
With the help of the Holy Spirit and Jesus Christ. Christ told us that we will face tribulation in the world. But, He has overcome the world, and if we believe in Him and He is within us as the Holy Spirit, we can also overcome the tribulations to come in the world. Don't worry and be of good cheer. (John 16:32-33).
Question: What is the meaning of A.D. and B.C. in the bible?
B.C. is short for "Before Christ." The secular term used in it's place is B.C.E. or "Before the Common Era." A.D. stands for the Latin "Anno Domini," meaning "In the Year of our Lord." (Some refer to A.D. as after the death of Christ which is incorrect). Christ was born around 4 or 5 B.C. and His years on earth would be about 4 or 5 B.C. to A.D. 30.
Question: What does God want from us as Christians?
He wants your love and for you to have knowledge of His Word. (Hosea 6:6).
Question: How and when were the 12 tribes of Israel separated?
The 10 northern tribes of Israel were taken captive by the Assyrian around 600 B.C. and went north over the Caucus mountains settling in Europe and America. The other 2 tribes were taken captive by Nebuchadnezzar about 200 years later forming the house of Judah. They would later be joined together again when Israel and Judah became a nation in the year 1948.
Question: Where does it speak of the healing Word in the bible?
In several places it speaks of the healing Word. Here are a few scriptures to help you out. (Psalm 107:20, Psalm 147:15-18, 2 Kings 20:4-5, Matthew 8:8).
Question: Where can I find the Old Testament laws of divorcement and do they apply to us today?
You will find them in (Deuteronomy 24:1-5). You can also find part of your answer in the New Testament (Matthew 19:5-9). Yes they would apply to us today. Remember that divorce can come about for many good reasons, and upon repentance will be forgiven by the Heavenly Father.
Question: What scripture in the bible says that God gives some people "eyes not to see" and "ears not to hear" the truth and why would He do this? Also, does this apply to people today?
Romans 11:8 says that God has given them the "spirit of slumber," eyes that they should not see, and ears that they should not hear unto this day. We will also read of this in Isaiah 29:10. Yes this would apply to us today and is very obvious in many people. Why does He do this? Because many people cannot handle the truth. They are so wrapped up in traditions of men that when they hear a truth in the Word they just blow-it-off. And they shall turn away their ears from the truth, and shall be turned unto fables. (2 Timothy 4:4). Even if they accept the truth, chances of them of sharing it with others are slim to none. God opens up truths to the Word to those who will believe them and take action on them sharing what they have received with others. But we must be able to discern truth form tradition and false teachings. To do this we must fully search the scriptures as it is written.
Question: Is there any scripture that says how the bible came about and if it is the Word of God?
You can find how the bible came about in the book of Timothy. All scripture is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness. (2 Timothy 3:16).
Question: Can you give me scripture where it says God is against witchcraft, physics and fortune tellers?
You will find it in the Old Testament book of Deuteronomy 18:10-12. God finds this type of practices an abomination.
Question: Are we all sinners according to God and is there scripture that says we are?
Yes we are all sinners. For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God; Being justified freely by his grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus: (Romans 3:23-24). We have a study topic titled "Were all sinners" that may help you.
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