KHCB – Q & A – October 29, 2020
The transcript contains the Questions received – parenthesis indicate where in the broadcast the question is asked :
1 – (04:45) – A minister said that it is God’s will for believers to be healed on this side of Heaven. From what I have read in the Bible, that’s not the case. It depends on His will. One argument that he made, is that Jesus healed all throughout His ministry. How do you interpret the Bible, as far as God’s will, for believers to have complete health?
2 – (11:15) – In the book of Genesis 1:7-8 “Thus God made the firmament, and divided the waters which were under the firmament from the waters which were above the firmament; and it was so. 8 And God called the firmament Heaven. So the evening and the morning were the second day.” I always thought that Heaven always existed. According to this, did He just create Heaven? And if He did, where did God reign before then?
3 – (14:55) – During the Millennium, will there still be different languages, or will there one universal language that we will all speak and understand?
4 – (18:10) – During my studies with the Bible, I have run across one thing that sticks out to me. Jesus, when He deals with demons (as the authority to speak to them and they answer), when He was tempted by the devil during the 40 days in the wilderness, did Satan fully understand what the Trinity was and who Jesus was compared to the other dealings that Jesus dealt with, with the demons?
5 – (23:11) – Out of the Book of Revelation, Chapter 13 – I’m thinking that this is the same Beast that Nebuchadnezzar saw in his dream that Daniel interpreted. The caller goes on to describe the scenario in Revelation where all the people worship the Beast. Who is the Beast? Is the Beast present today? What is the Beast?
6 – (33:22) – I’m hearing to people refer to the “Angel of the Lord” in the Old Testament as being the pre-incarnate Jesus Christ. In Hebrews 2:16, it says that Jesus did not take the nature of angels, but He took the seed of Abraham. If it’s in the New Testament, wouldn’t that also apply to the Old Testament?
7 – (37:33) – I have a question concerning Hebrews 4:12 “ For the word of God is alive and active. Sharper than any double-edged sword, it penetrates even to dividing soul and spirit, joints and marrow; it judges the thoughts and attitudes of the heart. Please explain the concept of separation of the joints of marrow and soul and spirit.
8 – (40:43) – The caller asks a question concerning Exodus 31:13 “Speak thou also unto the children of Israel, saying, ‘Verily My Sabbaths ye shall keep; for it is a sign between Me and you throughout your generations, that ye may know that I am the Lord who doth sanctify you.” They ask if the keeping the Sabbath is a sign or a “mark” for Christians.
9 – (47:00) – In Genesis 18 when the 3 Angels appeared to Abraham, was that the Lord or the Angel of the Lord?
10 – (49:00) – Would you please tell me if Jesus, in John 4 when He was talking to the Samarian woman, if Jesus in this chapter, among other lessons, showing us the difference between Law and Grace? Did the woman, depraved as she was, come to symbolize the church?
11 – (52:50) – The reference is John 7:43 “So there was a division among the people because of Him.” We always hear these days about division. Why wouldn’t Jesus back off here so there would not be division? Because it says that Jesus actually caused divisions.
12 – (56:05) – In Genesis, God forms Adam from the dust of the Earth and creates Eve from the rib. God then breathes the breath of Life into them. When does Adam become Adam? When the body was formed or when the breath of Life was given?
13 – (57:30) – These two things have brought great joy and hope in my life. But I have had some respond bitterly and even angry that I am excited to meet Jesus. I got accused for only living for Heavenly things and not being willing to walk with Christ thru the slums. Why are some Christians so upset with others being excited about Jesus?