KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – October 22, 2020none • Dr. Andy Woods • October 22, 2020 • KHCB Radio
KHCB – Q & A – October 22, 2020
The transcript contains the Questions received – parenthesis indicate where in the broadcast the question is asked :
1 – (4:00) – Does regeneration precede faith?
2 – (11:32) – I recently heard a sermon on entering the wide gate and the narrow gate. The caller mentioned they accepted the Lord as their Savior many years ago but is concerned about her salvation after hearing the sermon on the narrow gate and the wide gate.
3 – (19:22) – In Joshua 10:13 and 2 Samuel 2:18, Joshua and David both make reference to the book of Jashar. If they had knowledge of this book of Jashar, and thought it was important to include it in their writings, and every word in the Bible is inspired of God, why don’t we ever hear about this book? Would it be beneficial to read the book of Jashar?
4 – (23:33) – Caller is researching the Gospel of John and mentions the highlight of that Gospel is Jesus’s declaration of being the resurrection of life and the miracle of the raising of Lazarus. As great as this event is, and many people see this as the 7th greatest sign of John’s Gospel, I would love to hear your thoughts on why this is not mentioned in the synoptics (other Gospels).
5 – (28:57) – Would you call ladies “conforming to the world” who wear make-up?
6 – (36:30) – Book of Joel 3:6 “You sold the people of Judah and Jerusalem to the Greeks, that you might send them far from their homeland.” The caller had a very hard time expressing the question, but it came down to comparing this to Deuteronomy 28:68 “The Lord will send you back in ships to Egypt on a journey I said you should never make again. There you will offer yourselves for sale to your enemies as male and female slaves, but no one will buy you.” And was wondering if this was the same Egypt as described in Joel 3:6.
7 – (44:40) – In John 9, Jesus was teaching the disciples, and there was a blind man and the disciples wanted to know what sin he committed (to be blind). Jesus said that his blindness was not based on any sin that he had committed. Instead, Jesus said it was because the work of God was to be manifested before men. Later in John, Jesus said he was going to the Father and the disciples would be able to do the same work (miracles). Isn’t this also for us to pray and lay hands on and heal folks?
8 – (50:27) – 1 Timothy 2:12 says “I do not permit a woman to teach or to assume authority over a man; she must be quiet.”. However, wasn’t Priscilla a minister? Where is the line drawn from ministering and teaching a Bible class? Has this been greyed during current times?