John from Missouri asked, Is there any information out there concerning the Red Heifer?
Shawna from Washington asked, Is it futile to pursue political change in the light of knowing the truth and what’s ahead? Since we know that things are not going to get better, but will rather get worse, then what should we do? Do we keep voting and pursuing the change we want to see?
The Bible says that if I confess with my mouth that Jesus is Lord, and believe in my heart that God raised him from the dead, I will be saved. And it also says that we are saved by grace through faith, not works.
concerning the bakery in Denver that was ordered to make a cake for the gay couple; my wife and I have a screen-printing and t-shirt business, and one of our clients is a gay and lesbian organization.
Katherine from Georgia asked about the ‘interim treaty’ and ‘peace treaty’. Are we talking about two different treaties? And how will an interim treaty be possible when the Palestinians say that they want all or nothing?
With so many different standpoints given by different churches, what day should we actually say is the Sabbath?
Rodrigo from Texas wants to know if the Sixth Trumpet War will take place before or after the peace treaty.
Chris from Georgia wants to know if the peace negotiations that John Kerry is working on will be a seven-year deal.
Jane from Ohio pointed out that one-third of all mankind will die in WWIII, comparably, one-third of the Jewish people perished in the Holocaust. She wants to know if there is any significance between these two events considering they both implicate one-third of people perishing.
David from Vermont asked how to reconcile some things like the first trumpet where it states that all the green grass was burned up. However, the scorched earth policy doesn’t literally mean burning up the entire earth. How do you tie the two together?