The top questions of the Bible

This video is going to go over the top questions of the Bible which we found online and have links directly to the Videos that answer the questions that people have. I even added a few questions for my uncle to answer (Allen Linn). The questions we will be going through are as follows:

 

Woman Pastors, what does the Bible say about women preachers?
What does the Bible say about Homosexuality? Is it a sin?
What does the Bible say about Tattoos and Body Piercings?
Once Saved Always Saved? Is Eternal Security Biblical? Can a Christian loose Salvation?
Is Masturbation A Sin?
What is said about Interracial Marriage in the Bible?
Who was Cain’s Wife?
The Christians View on Suicide?
What does the bible say about it? Do Pets go to Heaven?
What happens after Death?
What does the Bible say about Tithing?
Should a Christian Tithe?
What is the Gift of Speaking in Tongues? Is it for today? What about praying in Tongues?
What does the Bible say about Dinosaurs?
Are there Dinosaurs in the Bible? What is the importance of Christian Baptism?
What does the Bible say about drinking Alcohol?
Is it a Sin for a Christian to Drink Alcohol? What does the Bible say about Gambling?
Is Gambling a Sin? What does the Bible teach about the Trinity?
What does the Bible say about Sex before Marriage?
Where was Jesus for the three days between his Death and resurrection?
What does the Bible say about Divorce and Remarriage?
Why is there Evil and Suffering? What about all the Contradictions in the Bible?
What about those that never heard of Jesus?
How can Jesus be the only way to GOD? Is Christianity a Psychological Crutch?
The Blind Leap of Faith in believing in Christ that Christianity Requires, How do you?
Does it matter what you believe? Does it not just matter if your sincere?
Does GOD know our Sacrifices we do for him? What is a Blessing from Christ?
What is the difference from going to a Church and watching a Sermon on T.V.?
How Important is it for a Christian to Witness and to bring others to Christ?
Are we only meant to go to Church and listen to a pastor? Or are we supposed to Preach also?
What is the Unforgiven Sin the Bible talks of?

 

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~John Melina

 

As the Father has seen Me.

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After Jesus rose from the dead He appeared to His disciples and said to them: “As the Father has seen me, I am sending you” (John 2O: 21) And in Mark 16:15 Jesus said: “Go into all the world and preach the good news to all creation.”

As head of the church, our commander and chief has left us marching orders.

This is to be a group effort. We are each to do our share. We are all to reach some people for Jesus. We are all to reach out to our own little world; our sphere of influence: our families, and friends, people we work with, etc.

These are our first responsibility. We must make every effort to reach them for Christ. After Jesus spoke to the Samaritan women at the well she left and went into the city to tell them about Jesus. As the people were returning with her to see the one she told them about. Jesus and His disciples watched them as they were coming and Jesus said to them: “Do you not say, ‘four months more then the harvest? I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest” (John 4:35).

Here Jesus is saying that unlike the earthly fields, the spiritual fields are always ready for harvest. The problem is with the reapers: “The harvest is plentiful but the workers are few. Ask the Lord of the harvest, therefore, to send out workers into his harvest field” (Matt. 9:37-38).

STILLING THE STORM

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Mark 4: 35-41: “That day when evening came He said to His disciples, ‘Let’s go over to the other side.’” Leaving the crowd behind, they took Him along, just as He was, in the boat. There were also other boats with Him. A furious squall came up, and the waves broke over the boat, so that it was nearly swamped. Jesus was in the stern, sleeping on a cushion. The disciples woke Him and said to Him. “Teacher don’t you care if we drown?”

He got up and rebuked the wind and said to the waves ‘quiet! Be still!’ then the wind died down and it was completely calm. He said to His disciples, ‘Why are you so afraid? Do you still have no faith? They were terrified and asked each other, who is this? Even the wind and waves obey Him?’

“That day when evening came” refers to the evening of the day begun in chapter 3. It was a long and busy day. Jesus would have been very tired. He wanted to go to the other side of Lake Gennesaret (Sea of Galilee) (vs. 35). After sending away the crowd the disciples took Jesus in a fishing boat. Mark mentions: “other boats followed them” (vs.36). Jesus could not avoid the crowds; they followed Him everywhere but turned back probably because of the approaching storm. Then we are told “A furious squall came up” as suddenly an unexpectedly a violent wind swept down.

This area was 680 feet below sea level and the hot air pulled the storm system down from the area of Mount Herman making it seem like a violent earthquake that made the waters roll and churn as in a furious hurricane. A fisherman’s worst fears became a reality. They were in the middle of the lake and violent waves tossed the boat. They frantically tried to row and bail water until bailing became impossible. The waves filled the boat faster than they could bail the water out.

But an exhausted Jesus slept through it all! He had curled up with the cushion provided for the steersman, as a pillow. He was so tired and in need of sleep that He slept through the violent storm. They woke Jesus up and He rebuked the wind and there was silence. Psa. 89: 9 referring to Yahweh says, “You rule over the surging sea; when its waves mount up, you still them.” As the hostile forces against mankind, they are rebuked by the greater authority of the Son of Man, the Last Adam.

After His rebuke of the great storm there was a great calm. The disorders of mankind of sickness and death and the disharmony of nature are overcome by Christ and one day all disorders and disharmony will be restored by Him who “appeared to destroy the works of the devil” (I John 3:8).

He said to them, ‘Why are you so afraid? Do you still not have faith in me? They were terrified and asked each other, ‘who is this?’ even the wind and waves obey Him!” (vss.40-41). They were terrified by the wind and the sea, but they were even more awed by the One who rebuked the wind and the sea-and they obeyed!