KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – October 20, 2022• • October 20, 2022 • KHCB Radio
KHCB – Q & A – October 20, 2022
The transcript contains the Questions received – parenthesis indicate where in the broadcast the question is asked:
1 – (03:13) – We have a number of email questions that have come in, so we’re going to start the program with an email question. And here is the question What does the Bible say about generational curses?
2 – (7:26) – Hi. Good evening, guys. I have a quick question. I know Romans 4 or 5, I believe, we are justified when we believe in Christ. But my question is, I know a lot of people around the world, they believe in Christ. You know, I guess my question is like, how do we know if we’re justified? Is it just about believing in Christ or believing in Christ required to have good faith? That’s my question tonight.
3 – (11:26) – I have another email question. This one is, Pastor, can you explain from an exposition perspective on Revelation 12:1?
4 – (16:28) – Acts 15 or 16 – I’m trying to understand exactly what it’s talking about when it says, “after this, I will return and will build again the Tabernacle of David, which is fallen down. And I will build again the ruins thereof and I will set it up”. So that’s my question concerning this tabernacle that is fallen down. And explain that to me and what does it mean by “and the ruins ad I will set it up”?
5 – (21:11) – Yes coming from Luke 24:31, and this is the two disciples go to Emmaus and they invite Jesus to have dinner with them. And their eyes were opened and they knew him and he vanished out of their sight. The manner of Jesus vanishing out of their sight. Was he still with them even though he couldn’t see, even though they could not see him? And just a few verses on down. He appears they go back to Jerusalem and then he appears to all the disciples and they get terrified. They get terrified. So in our Christian life, it seems like a lot of times the Lord is not with us. And that’s me speaking. Of course, David eludes the same thing. Oh, why is this? And why is that? But is the Lord really with us? Even though he’s vanished from our sight? What’s the deal on that? We can’t see him, but he’s. Is he really with us? And if he were with us in, in total reality, would we just be blown away? Hey, thank you for listening.
6 – (24:59) – Well, thank you all pastors, for what y’all do. I have a friend at work that, oh, he mentions casting out demons and I just don’t that doesn’t sit well with me. But I was going to see the pastor’s outlook on that. I think he you know, he probably gets that from Mark 16, which I’ve called in before. And I know that those last few verses are not in the original. I think you said the original text. I think it’s March 16 verses 9 through 20 or something. But I was just going to see I think some Christians get that in out of there and they, you know, and take it a little bit too far or misinterpreted, I guess. And then I was going to ask about fasting and if that’s for every Christian or not. And that’s that’s just my few questions. And if you can answer them on the other side of the break, I think it’s coming up. Or if you have time, that’s fine, too. All right. Thanks.
7 – (32:53) – Asking the question proves that I would have flunked out of Chaffer Seminary. The question, though, was real quick. Satan being kicked out of heaven. Was that before Genesis? After Genesis? I mean, after the creation. Six days of creation. Where? Where in the Bible does it say exactly the time of when Satan was kicked out of heaven?
8 – (39:03) – Yes, the book affirms Psalm 147, verse 19 and 20. It says, “He shows his work and the statutes to Israel. It’s not dealt so with any other nation as far as his judgments, they have not known them”. So when I go to Psalm 50:16, God says this, he says, “But until the wicked Lord says, what has now to do to declare my statutes or to take my, that thou should have taken my covenant in that now?” So if God is not given His law, all his statutes or his Cabinet to any other nation. What does that mean? Why are they preaching his word? What does this scripture really mean?
9 – (42:45) – Yeah, this question is coming from Revelation 11:15, “and it said the 7th Angel sounded and there were great voices in Heaven saying the kingdoms of this world are become the kingdoms of our Lord and His Christ”. If that were to happen this very second, would Jesus actually go to the White House and tell them, Hey, y’all need to leave? This place is under new management and would, would, would. In other words, would every seat of authority on this earth actually be taken over by the kingdom rule of Jesus Christ if this verse were to be fulfilled right now? That’s my question.
10 – (46:00) – While we’re waiting for another caller. Pastor, let’s go back to our mailbox here. I have a question that says, Are there apostles and prophets in today’s world? I attend a church where the pastor, after over 50 years renamed himself an apostle and an elder in the same church, had gone by his. He’d been called a prophet, I guess, and then changed it. And so what is your opinion of this and is there anything in the Bible to support that?
11 – (49:11) – Okay. My question is, I guess it’s directly a question to Dr. Woods. Do you believe that creation occurred in seven days, as we know the days? And if so, does that mean that there is or was no evolution? What about the concept of evolution? How is that dealt with in the Bible are things like, you know, the telescopes that are the Webb telescope that is now currently in space and finding, you know, the origins, attempting to find the origins of the universe and that type of thing. And I’ll hang up.
12 – (56:00) – Let’s go back to our mailbox, shall we? This individual writes in and says, Isaiah 45:23, Romans 14:11 and Philippians 2:10 all seem to have a common theme. Every knee shall bow. My question does this mean that God has a preference for us concerning our posture when we lift up prayer to him? And so, Pastor, is there a unique special posture that we have to use when we come before God?