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I'm in a church where the pastor controls everything. The pastor doesn't allow the leadership to make suggestions or contribute to church matters. There are no elders, no deacons and board. The leaders don't have any idea of how the church finances are managed. The pastor makes all the decisions and wouldn't allow anyone to question him. Is this biblical? (Australia)

Without knowing the details, we feel unable to judge. However, the Bible does teach how a church should be organized. First, the congregation should study the structure of the New Testament church. All Christian members were responsible for selecting the leaders of the church. Congregations elected (by the raising of hands) the elders and traveling preachers [...]

July 27th, 2020|Articles, Miscellaneous Bible Questions|Comments Off on I'm in a church where the pastor controls everything. The pastor doesn't allow the leadership to make suggestions or contribute to church matters. There are no elders, no deacons and board. The leaders don't have any idea of how the church finances are managed. The pastor makes all the decisions and wouldn't allow anyone to question him. Is this biblical? (Australia)

Genesis 1:31 (WEB), "God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. There was evening and there was morning, a sixth day." This ending statement is made after each creative day. But on the Seventh day the statement of "there was evening and there was morning, a seventh day" is not made by Elohim Yahweh. Why? What's the meaning or implication of this? (India)

The seventh day is not yet finished. Mankind has been living through the seventh day.  As you noted, Yahweh uses, “there was evening and there was morning” at the end of each of the six creative days.  Yahweh blessed the seventh day, and He is now resting from his creative work. During this seventh day, mankind is learning [...]

July 27th, 2020|Articles, Creation, Evolution, Miscellaneous Bible Questions|Comments Off on Genesis 1:31 (WEB), "God saw everything that he had made, and, behold, it was very good. There was evening and there was morning, a sixth day." This ending statement is made after each creative day. But on the Seventh day the statement of "there was evening and there was morning, a seventh day" is not made by Elohim Yahweh. Why? What's the meaning or implication of this? (India)

Who was King Saul? (Part 1)

The Israelites were complaining that they wanted to be like other nations with fancy kings who sat on thrones and led them into battles. But by demanding a king, they were actually rejecting God, who was already their invisible king, more powerful than any human king could ever be. God instructed the prophet and [...]

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What is the Bible? (Libya)

Summary: The Bible is the story of man: their creation, fall into sin and death, our Savior, Jesus, dying to release man from their death sentence, the development of the Bride of Christ, and the full restoration of mankind back to life, health, and perfection lost through Adam. The Bible is a wonderful gift from [...]

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Why did God plant the tree of knowledge of good and evil in the gardens of Eden? (Nigeria)

Summary:  The Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil was a test of man’s obedience to God. Discussion:  John 4:23 (NKJV), “But the hour is coming, and now is, when the true worshipers will worship the Father in spirit and truth; for the Father is seeking such to worship Him.” God could have created Adam [...]

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Will Adam and Eve be ever forgiven for their sin of eating the forbidden fruit in garden of Eden? If not. Why please?

Yes, Adam & Eve will be forgiven for their original sin. That is exactly the reason why Jesus came to the earth, to die for Adam’s sin and to release him and his entire family from the prison of death. Adam and Eve, created with perfect physical bodies, were inexperienced with evil. They made the [...]

July 23rd, 2020|Articles, Salvation and Ransom|Comments Off on Will Adam and Eve be ever forgiven for their sin of eating the forbidden fruit in garden of Eden? If not. Why please?