Question Time!

When I was pastoring in California, we used to pick a Sunday night every so often to allow for Questions and Answers from the congregation. It was interesting not only to share an answer from the Word of God, but also to hear the variety of things they wondered about.

I haven’t tried this before here, and it may not work well, but I thought I’d give it a go anyway. I thought I’d ask YOU what questions you have that I might be able to answer in a future post.

As you consider your questions, I would remind you that I am not looking to pick a fight, nor am I interested in seeing if you can stump me with a hard question. Also, the subject of this website is somewhat narrow with my predominant focus being on the subjects of the Christian life, theology and doctrine, church planting, biblical teaching, and preaching.

If there is something you’d like for me to address, put your question(s) in the comments section and I will do my best to address those questions in the near future.

“What are some examples of questions we could ask?” I’m glad you asked! Here are some of the creative things people asked in one of those times we had Questions & Answers at church:

  1. What does the Bible mean in 1 Corinthians 7:14? Is there a life application today?
  2. In Isaiah 9:6, why is Jesus called “Everlasting Father?”
  3. Why do we worship on Sundays instead of Saturdays?
  4. How do I know what the Lord wants to do with my life? How can I be led in His ways?
  5. What’s wrong with listening to “worldly” music?
  6. Are the books of Enoch, book of Wars and other books referred to in Scripture part of the canon?
  7. What does the Bible say about handling depression or feeling anxious?
  8. How can we correlate the two creation accounts of Gen 1 & 2?

I’m looking forward to reading your questions and seeing what is on your mind. And if you don’t already subscribe to this blog, then make sure you do so that you will get an email notification when I put up new articles—and maybe your question will be answered!

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