KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – September 15, 2022

KHCB Broadcast – Pastor’s Q & A – September 15, 2022
• Dr. Andy Woods • September 15, 2022 • KHCB Radio


                                              KHCB – Q & A – September 15, 2022

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


1 – (03:57) – Let’s kick the program off this evening with an email. Pastor, I have an email here and it says – Do you think believers will see the formation of the One World government before the Rapture? Will we see the formation of the ten regions or kingdoms under the control of the World Economic Forum? And then the last part of that question says, Could this happen before the anti-Christ is revealed?

2 – (08:39) – My question is, so I’ve been encountering a lot of people at my job that are claiming to know the truth, but they’re a little off. You know, they’re claiming to be Israelites of the true Bible and things like that. And I’m I just would like some encouragement to, you know, steer them in the in the right way, because some of them grew up in the house of the Lord. It’s just pain and hurt. And I can sense it on them, you know, I can discern it on them that it’s coming from a place of hurt. So what can I say or do to, you know, try to steer my brothers in the right direction?

3 – (12:02) – Well, I think Dr. Woods just answered my question before I even called my mike. My question was going to be. Who actually constitutes the current Jews that the tribulation is designed for?  I was going to ask genetically, nationality, who’s within the borders?  Converts? But I guess he just sort of answered it, I guess.  Well, here’s another one real quick. I noticed that Dr. Woods gets. And I’ve seen as many times when he’s speaking in his sermons on Sundays or whatnot. He’s choked up. Yeah, I think it’s mostly choked up. And. Like is there something wrong with me that I don’t get that way?  When I think about God and Christ or, you know, it’s just that you wear your emotions on your sleeve, or maybe you can talk about that a little bit.

4 – (16:45) – Yes, my question is, I’m a relatively new husband. My wife and I just hit two years, but I’m also a pastor or a youth pastor at church. So what’s the best way in which I could lead my wife spiritually where it doesn’t come off in me being a pastor to her rather than being a husband first?

5 – (20:10) – Yes. I don’t know if this is the legitimate question, and it’s kind of the chicken bone thing. What is a luminary? I heard some gentleman and he was talking to me about I needed to watch my back or something to that effect. I was don’t even know if that’s a legitimate question. Thank you.  [Pastor Jim : All right. Thank you for that question. The Illuminati pastor, what is that?]

6 – (22:15) – Hello. Hi. Yes, coming from Hebrews 7:18, it says, “for there is verily a disannulling of the commandment going before for the weakness and unprofitableness thereof”. Something got disannulled in that verse. And it said, it said that it is the commandment. The next verse says, it’s the law. So did the law of Moses – got 2 questions – Did the law of Moses get annulled? And for sure, if it didn’t. The writer said that the law of Moses is weak and unprofitable, and those two words are used in verse 18. How could the writer say that the law of Moses is weak and unprofitable?

7 – (25:34) – Hi. Good evening. Yeah, So I have a quick question. It’s about Romans 7 and Romans 8. And I kind of want to summarize. Can Pastor Woods explain a little bit about Romans 7:14 and 15, I think, or Paul says that things that I guess he would not like to do. He does it anyways. I guess what I see – that there’s like a carnal Christian in Romans 7 and Romans 8 is like a spiritual person. So anyways, I guess my question is, was Paul struggling with or  I guess it’s blessed.  I guess with that present or that. I thank you and I’ll be happy tonight.

8 – (28:15) – Let’s see if we can get an email question in here quickly. This one this writer puts in here when believers in Christ die, is there any Biblical reference to what’s going on with the dead?

9 – (34:06) – Okay. The question I have is regarding John chapter 2, and it’s versus 23 to 25. Can I read them? And then he can comment on them. It’s New King James. And it says “now, when he was in Jerusalem at the Passover in the feast day, many believed in his name when they saw the miracles, which he did. But Jesus did not commit himself unto them because he knew all men and he did not that any should testify of man before he knew what was in man”. And my question was regarding the statement that says that many believed in his name when they saw the miracles, which he did. The question I have is did they just believe in the miracles that he did, or do they believe in him as the Savior? As I kind of read it, and I kind of walked away with the impression that they were just the people, the ones that believed that they just kind of just believe in his miracles, but they didn’t really believe in him for salvation. But I was wondering what your input on that was.

10 – (41:25) – Good evening, pastors. I’m driving, so hopefully, the noise don’t bother us. But I’ll hang up as soon as I answered my question. So I hear on the radio pastors, I understand that in the Bible that pastor, and bishop and elders – they all mean the same thing. And I don’t know whether they use it in a certain book altogether or not. Maybe y’all know that, but I was just wondering why they use those terminologies for the same for the same meaning of why they did that in our translation of the Bible. Because, you know, some people get a little confused when you mention a bishop or, you know, pastor or an elder. I mean, you know, I didn’t know an elder was a pastor until recently. And then, also I was going to ask you on the reference of…I’m a little confused on like my new Scofield reference Bible. It has a – it shows the Palestinian Covenant. And my retired pastor did not like them using that terminology because he said or you know, that in the Bible in that particular Bible translation because. He said that the land was granted to Israel. And I don’t know if you have a book that you can recommend that would help straighten me out on the difference between Palestine and Israel. And then also you did mention a book a couple of weeks ago that you did not, you said you were going to mention it for the program end, and I think it was on First Persons or something. I don’t know if you remember that, Dr. Woods. It was something about the scripture passage, I think, in Corinthians that was talking about such where some of you, with all the regards to all sins, I’ll hang up and listen.

11 – (51:03) – Yes. In relation to what we were saying on the Gospel of John. The end of the book says that these things were written so that you may believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, and that by believing it, you have eternal life. Also the same John writes in his first epistle for this King- verse John 4:15 “He who acknowledges that Jesus is the Son of God, God lives in them and they live in God”.  Interesting in all of this, Dr. Woods, is the fact that the Gospel of John doesn’t make any reference to repentance. These early believers that you were discussing in the previous question, they had no idea that Jesus was going to die and rise again. So if we put these teachings of John, a book that was written that we might believe and by believing, have eternal life. Together with the I Corinthians 15, where Paul says what the gospel is. It’s the good news about the death and the resurrection of Christ. It seems like these people in John, and in I John, all that was required was to believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, with no reference to trust in His death and resurrection on our behalf. That is the background of this question, because even a practicing homosexual might believe in his heart of hearts that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God, but He doesn’t live out his faith. So how do you reconcile this? I hope it makes sense, but I’m talking about here. It’s a deep question. I know you are passionate about salvation by faith, alone in Christ alone, plus nothing. But I would like for you to comment on what I just expounded here.