KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – March 10, 2022none • Dr. Andy Woods • March 10, 2022 • KHCB Radio
KHCB – Q & A – March 10, 2022
The transcript contains the Questions received – parenthesis indicate where in the broadcast the question is asked :
1 – (02:20) – Our Bible study group is trying to determine if Jesus is saying that different work groups may worship Him in ways that don’t appeal to each other but the main thing is acknowledging Him. (Based on Mark 9:38-41)
2 – (05:43) – Can adultery be forgiven? When Abraham, Isaac and Jacob took more than one wife for themselves, they were committing adultery. King David, a man after God’s own heart, had multiple wives. Even though the culture may have not allowed a man to have more than one wife, the instructions of God did not. How do we balance this out when we look at the Old Testament practice of polygamy?
3 – (11:11) – If a person has been active in church, even at the administrative level or music level, as a worship leader and then something happens and that person declares “I have walked away from my faith”. Has that person lost their Salvation?
4 – (17:55) – This has to do with Jesus Christ when He was taken before the High Priest. And is in Mark 14 and He was before the High Priest and he was asked Him “Are you the Christ or the Messiah?” And He said “I am the Son of God”. And the High Priest tears his clothes and calls Him blasphemy and all that. In other words, he rejected Him. The other one (question) is my partner says no, that doesn’t mean that. When he says blasphemy and that He’s lying about that, by tearing his clothes…in other words, he really believes that Jesus Christ is who He says He is. Now, who’s right?
5 – (23:08) – In Luke 1, it stated that every male that opens the womb is called Holy. Next question is, there’s a well-known evangelist ministry in Baton Rouge that spoke highly of Dr. Woods, the name of his church and location concerning a book he’s got out about end-time prophecy and it was recommending it highly. I thought that I would mention that to you as well.
6 – (32:30) – My question is out of Isaiah 40:15 and 17 – just briefly – the gentlemen before was saying the firstborn are holy. I’m understanding that he’s only talking about the Israelites. So my question is this – pertaining to that statement 15 Behold, the nations are as a drop of a bucket, and if we are carrying a bucket of water and we spill a drop, we don’t care about the drop – it’s nothing to us. And then on verse 17 All nations before him are as nothing; and they are counted to him less than nothing, and vanity. So, when you are looking up the nations in the Bible dictionary, it describes nations as Gentiles. So, we have the Israelites and the Gentiles and the scripture is saying that the other nations are counted as nothing. Is that what the scripture is saying or is it saying something different?
7 – (38:48) – God bless you guys. I was just really moved by what you were speaking on earlier about salvation in about like security in salvation. And I just wanted to ask you guys to maybe elaborate and kind of mention that I think the reason that a lot of people battle with feeling secure in their salvation is because there is like a culture of salvation without sanctification – so a lot of times, you know, we accept Jesus but we don’t necessarily go through a process of sanctification. And I think holiness looks different now than it did like in the Bible. So I wanted to ask if you guys can elaborate – because I feel like there’s probably somebody listening that maybe will have sin in their lives that’s creating a chasm between them and God. That doesn’t mean that they’re not saved, but maybe that they’re not sanctified.
8 – (46:10) – In Ezekiel 38 it talks about – it says – in one book they’re talking about Russia and in the other one it says (I have two study Bibles) and it says that some people think that they’re talking about Russia, but they’re talking about the Antichrist. So which one is it?
9 – (53:15) – I was referring to the question you had earlier about the male opening up the womb and he was holy. You know Cain, in the Book of Genesis, he was the first man that was open the womb. Was he holy and what happened on him?
10 – (55:50) – My question is – earlier you was commenting on Salvation – that you cannot lose salvation. But there is a few people that are claiming they are saved, but with no conviction. And their comment and expression is “Once saved, always saved”. I have a co-worker that works with me and he told me “I just want to get in the door of Heaven”. But he’s doing whatever he wants to do. The Word says that you have to be a doer of the Word. You have to become a new-born again. Nicodemus asked Jesus and Jesus told him you have to be born again. So, I believe that anyone can claim that they are saved and can’t lose their salvation because some of them aren’t saved at all! I’d like to hear your comments a little more on salvation.
11 – (58:35) – Luke 2:23 please. 23 (As it is written in the law of the Lord, Every male that openeth the womb shall be called holy to the Lord;) Not the firstborn, but the male.