Everyone has Bible questions. So, we’ve put together a list
of the top questions I’m asked from What
are the Types of Angels to Is Grace a
License to Sin?
It’s not a sin nor is it wrong to have questions. Remember when Jesus was in the temple at age 12? His wisdom stood out, not because of the answers He gave, but because of the questions He asked (Luke 2:41-47). Questions denote wisdom. You cannot ask a question until you first have some insight into the subject.
I personally never ask questions about quantum physics or mechanics. Why? I do not have any knowledge of those fields. However, I constantly ask the Holy Spirit questions like What do You want to say to me today?Or Why are my prayers being hindered?
Part of the basics to our walk in the Lord is asking Bible questions. Here is where you get to ask hard questions like, Does God ever permit divorce? And Is one allowed to remarry?
This is a very sticky subject in society today, but we can
tackle it head-on and find the answer in both the Spirit and God’s Word.
We’ll also look at What is Intercessory Prayer.
At some point in our lives, we’re all called to stand in the gap; to use our faith for
the benefit of someone else. Most of us received Christ this way. Even Peter
the great apostle
was brought to the Lord through another person (John 1:42).
Recently someone asked me Has Anyone Ever Seen God? The Word says Moses spoke with God like
with another man, “face to face” (Exodus
33:11). Jesus said, “the Son can do nothing by himself; he can do only what he SEES
his Father doing….” (John 5:19, emphasis added).
While Stephen was being stone he looked up and saw Jesus standing at the “right
hand of God”
We have a form you can fill out here to submit your own
questions. It doesn’t necessarily have to be about the Bible. It can be related
to the spirit realm, gifts of the Spirit, angels, or something practical like
finances. The harder the question, the better! :)
This is called prophetic journaling, or journaling with God. It was Mark Virkler’s book How to hear God’s Voice which gave me direction and really taught me. People since the Old Testament have been doing this. The apostle Paul called it “fellowship of the Holy Spirit” (2 Cor 13:14).
Every time I have ever went to the Lord in prayer asking why this or that’s going on, He has showed me. And 100% of the time it’s always been a demonic spirit hindering me.
You have to have both the Spirit and the Word. Jesus said “the Spirit of truth…will guide you into all truth…” You cannot simply find truth in God’s Word. Again Jesus said, “it is given unto you to know the mysteries of the kingdom of heaven, but to them it is not given” (Mat 13:11). If a person could simply find truth in God’s Word than how did the Pharisees miss it? Jesus spoke of them saying, “You study the Scriptures diligently because you think that in them you have eternal life. These are the very Scriptures that testify about me” (John 5:39, NIV) Notice, they searched the Scriptures but the missed the One whom it is written about. Truth is revealed in the Word, but By His Spirit (1 Cor 2:10). Paul wrote, “the letter kills, but the Spirit gives life” (2 Cor 3:6, NIV). Therefore, we must have both the Spirit and the Word.
Jesus used the Word to defeat the enemy (Mat 4:1-11), but visions to minister to the people.
Stephen said, “Behold, I see the heavens opened, and the Son of man standing on the right hand of God” (Acts 7:56). He must have seen at least the form of God (John 5:37), if not, then was able to see clearly. Anyway, Stephen could recognize God.