"Your Word is a lamp
to my feet and a light for my path." (Psalm 119:105)
If you have spiritual questions
or struggles, turn to God's Word - the Bible for help, for His
Word gives us light in darkness and directs us to the path of
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read Pre-Wrath and believe it but had a few reservations...
what extent will America be persecuted? Should Christians 'run
for the hills' to avoid persecution? ...
there any chance that America could be the great city, Babylon?
Not the harlot, but the commercial Babylon?
the mark of the beast described in Revelation 13:16-18 happen
before or after the Rapture?
day should we keep as the Christian Sabbath day?
you tell me all about Baptism?
Stephen's Answer: If you have believed in Christ Jesus and accepted
Him as your Lord and Saviour, the Scripture says you have been
baptized by the Holy Spirit and have passed out of death into
eternal life. Baptism through immersion in water is a beautiful
reflection of ...
... Is it a sin if I remain unmarried?
Stephen's Answer: No, the Bible doesn't says so. Lord Jesus,
who was without sin , was not married; Apostle Paul was also
not married in his whole life. Besides these facts, there are
passages in the Bible that exclusively address this issue of
celibacy and suggest a negative answer to your question ...
we live the Christian life just by the guidance of the Holy
Spirit but not reading the Bible?
Stephen's Answer: No, we can't. The Holy Spirit convicts us
our sins and brings us to Christ. But God's word helps us grow
in salvation and defeat Satan's attacks. The Holy Spirit also
teaches us, but He does this through God's Holy Word ...
do we need to ask God for something if God is a giving God?
Stephen's Answer: Surely God our heavenly father loves us and
cares for us. He gave us air, sunshine, rain, ..., without which
we can not live, although we did not ask for them. But in many
other areas, especially in our personal lives, God wants us
to ask Him ...