Is the bible really inspired by God? Most people and religions believe that. Most believe the old testament is.
The bible has accurate Geological, archeological and historical proof of past events. It also has prophetic accuracy of events to later occur. Scientists, using the scientific method, have validated the bible in the last 150 years. You can see proof of this yourself.
The book of Acts stated that Ephesus was a port city. Visit Ephesus and you will find the remnants of a port however the ocean is 4 miles to the west and more than 100 feet below the city.
Is there something about the tithe that the church of today has not seen?
Jesus spoke about the tithe and tied it to the ten commandments. But maybe not the way you have understood it.
The book of Malachi refers to the tithe under Old Testament thinking. The same book has a prophesy concerning a change to the Tithe that is for the New Testament church.
The Manual for life!
IF the bible is the manual for life, wouldn't it have a "begin here"?
The bible does have a starting point for new and old believers alike.
A baby start out life with milk and then moves on to solid food.
Lets start with the milk then move on to solid food.
Build a foundation that can stand in the storms!
No one will know the day or the hour but there are definite signs we will see just prior to the event?
Why is there so much emphasis put on a word (rapture) that does not appear in the old or new testament?
You can know what will be occurring when rapture is about to occur? Jesus gave us some insight so that we would not be caught off guard.
Jesus said there to look for three things that would indicate his return.
He also said it is good if you are ready!
Is the Church asking too much of one person(Pastor Calling)? Was that ever God's intention?
How about five? It's referred to as the five fold ministry
There are two (callings) that Jesus spoke of. He said God in His wisdom is sending us Apostles and Prophets. Since Jesus himself said this, are we not looking at the church the way He does?
Most believers think that God is merciful now, then judgmental when you die?
Most unbelievers believe that God is judgmental now but, He will be merciful when they die.
Can believers go to hell? Can non-believers go to heaven?
The bible is clear about both of these questions. The answer may surprise you!
Is there a second chance for non-believers?
The true Shephard
Jesus is the True Shepherd He laid down His life for the sheep.
Apostle, Prophet, Evangelist, Pastor and Teacher. Each plays an irreplaceable role in the strengthening and maturing of the body of Christ. In fact, only two of the five were mentioned by Jesus. He indicated that they should play the primary role. Without all five and the minor gifts (helps, healing,etc.)the Body of Christ lacks.
The bible is truly the word of God, and it says how to do this thing called church.