KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – June 16, 2022

KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – June 16, 2022
• • June 16, 2022 • KHCB Radio


KHCB – Q & A – June 16, 2022

The transcript contains the Questions received – parenthesis indicate where in the broadcast the question is asked:


1 – (05:03) – From email, we have an individual who writes “bearing in mind that Judas greeted the Lord with a kiss of deception, how do I interpret 1st Peter 5:14 that says ‘greet one another with a kiss of Holy Love’ and then they say ‘peace to you all, all those in Christ Jesus, Amen’.  So, they want to know how do we apply this ‘greet one another with a Holy kiss’?”

2 – (07:20) – The next email question we have says this:  “At the end of the tribulation, Satan is released from the Abyss and comes against Jerusalem with a great Army.  God puts a quick end to this by destroying them.  My question is, what happens to those people that remain loyal to King Jesus right up to the very end and don’t join the Revolt?  Are they also killed so that God can then create the new heavens and a new Earth?   And then they asked ‘will they be judged at the great white Throne judgment’?  Thank you and God bless.”

3 – (11:00) – this is one question, but little bit complex and that’s ‘when I have evil thoughts, such as those are forbidden to God, or anger.  And I know that we are told to take our thoughts captive.  But I don’t know exactly what to do with them when I get them captive there.  I’ve tried Bible verses thinking those, but I still see the bad ones going by on the screen behind it.  So how do we rid ourselves of these bad captive thoughts so they won’t just create a poison in us and come back out?

4 – (17:00) – Coming out of Revelation, Revelation 21:12.  And you were speaking on Revelation earlier, so I guess this is a very different time.  And Revelation verse “12 It had a great, high wall with twelve gates, and with twelve angels at the gates. On the gates were written the names of the twelve tribes of Israel.” So, if only those of the 12 tribes of Israel go into each of their gates, then where are all the other people going if they are not going into the kingdom?

5 – (20:14) – The reference of the text is Luke 24:44.  Here’s my question.  If we talk in terms of the Law and Prophets being anything other than a shadow or a figure or a type of Christ, does that show that our understanding of what the Bible is all about has not yet been perfected?

6 – (24:12) – Caller had technical issues so Dr. Woods talked about his new book   Babylon: The Bookends of Prophetic HistoryPlease see Amazon

7 – (33:33) – My question is coming out of John 8:24.  Therefore, I said unto you that you would die in your sins.  For if you do not believe that I am He, that you would die in your sins.  Is He talking about, is He saying that you don’t believe that I am God, that you will die in your sins?

8 – (38:38) – My question is – I’m trying to figure out if (I know we’re saved by grace through faith in Christ and not by following the law) and I’m confused on whether we should be following the Ten Commandments all the time.  The caller goes into a lengthy reading of several verses but the gist of the question is do we follow the Law of Moses if we are Christian?

9 – (46:05) – Coming out of Luke chapter 1.  I’ll start with verses 74 and 75.  So, I’m trying to understand who are the enemy.  It says 74 to rescue us from the hand of our enemies, and to enable us to serve him without fear 75 in holiness and righteousness before him all our days.  So why are we saying that we should not keep God’s laws or commandments?  It sounds like the enemy!

10 – (48:30) – My question is – the Pharisees led a nation to Hell.  And could you tell me how they led a nation to Hell by going around telling people that Jesus Christ was not God in the flesh?

11 – (52:14) – Here is my question – Hebrews 1:1 is the text.  Is it possible to over-emphasize Jesus Christ to the extent of damaging the reputations of Elijah and Moses?

12 – (54:23) – Good evening Pastors, thank you so much for the program and the teaching.  My question is that I am not seeing thru the reading in the Old Testament any reference about Job, the man who suffered all the destruction.  The genealogy in the book of Matthew, there’s no reference about Job and I was told that he was even before Moses.  So can you lead me to some scripture that would answer that question for me?