When are the Old Testament saints raised? At the rapture or the appearing of Christ? This question is hotly debated among Christians. However, a review of several scriptures will settle this issue.
What should our position toward the Jews be in lieu of Matt. 27:25; “His blood be on us and on our children”?
Since Israel is guilty of crucifying their Messiah, what practical effect did the Lord’s statement in Luke 23:34 “Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do” have upon the Jews?
The Baptism of the Spirit of God was a corporate act on the day of Pentecost that would never be repeated. Gentiles were added to the Church later as any other Christians down through the centuries.
2 Peter 1:21 says that “holy men of God” were moved to write the scriptures. What about a case like Balaam where he uttered the words of God yet he was far from holy?
What is the meaning of “taking away the words of the prophecy of this book” in Rev. 22:19? Is it possible for a believer to commit this sin and lose their salvation?
If someone rejects the gospel now, will they have a second chance after the rapture? How do we know?
Please explain the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost (Matt. 12:30-31) as it relates to sins not being forgiven? How does this co-exist with the thought of the blood of Christ forever dealing with all sin?
What is the meaning of Matt. 7:6… Not throwing our pearls to swine? What are pearls? Who are the swine? What is an example of this forbidden behavior? Does this conflict with the exhortations to preach the gospel to the lost?
If we are not suffering in our Christian lives, are we living as we should according to Christ (2 Tim. 3:12)?
Are the sinners in Mark 2:15-17 different from “wicked people” put away from the fellowship of the assembly?