God has been asking man
questions since the beginning of time. He started in Genesis 3:9 and has
continued until the present. Why does God ask us questions? Why should we ask
ourselves questions? Why should we ask others questions? Why did Jesus answer
the questions that he was asked by the religious leaders in His day by asking
them a question in return? The answer is simply this: God wants to engage man
into the thinking process about Him. More importantly, God wants us to think
about His plan, purpose, power, and pleasure. All the answers to God’s
questions can be found as one diligently searches for the knowledge of
the previous statement. Without an understanding or knowledge of God’s plan,
purpose, power, and pleasure, these questions will certainly be very
frustrating to the reader. On the other hand, if we search for an understanding
of the purpose of the ages, we will be pleasantly surprised to find
answers to all of these questions. All of the Holy Scriptures are of the utmost
importance in your search, but there are certain key Scriptures that
unlock the mysteries of the
Romans 11:36...For of Him, and through Him, and to Him, are ALL THINGS: to Whom be glory forever. Amen.
ENJOY YOUR SEARCH!
1. Jesus told us to love our enemies. Does He love His enemies? Will He continue to love His enemies? If He ceases to love His enemies, would that make Him a hypocrite?
2. Is God able to save all men?
3. Does God want to save all men?
4. Can you tell me the meaning of the words: “Sheol,” “Hades,” “Gehenna,” “Tartaroo?”
5. Can you tell me the meaning of the words: “Olam,” “Aion,” “Aionios?”
6. Did Jesus ever say the word “hell?”
7. What did the English word “hell” originally mean?
8. Is God vindictive or corrective?
9. Would you torture one of your children or loved ones forever?
10. What is accomplished by torturing someone forever?
11. Is the will of God stronger than the will of man?
12. Does God know the end from the beginning?
13. Did God know that Adam would fall?
14. Did Adam bring the entire human race into sin?
15. Did God send His Son Jesus to be the Savior of the world?
16. Did Jesus save the world?
17. Is Jesus the potential Savior of the world or the actual Savior of the world?
18. If all will not eventually be saved, how is it that we can call Jesus the Savior of the world?
19. Would you like for it to be true that all will be saved?
20. Did Jesus pay for the sin of the human race?
21. Will Jesus get everything He paid for?
22. It has been estimated that there have been about 160 billion people who have lived and died from Adam until the present. It has also been estimated that only about 5 billion of these people have been believers in Jesus Christ. If God starts out with 160 billion people and loses 155 billion of them to eternal torture, how can we say that God is victorious?
23. Did God lose the vast majority of the human race?
24. Was the first Adam more powerful than the last Adam?
25. Did Adam’s fall bring down more people than the cross of Jesus Christ could save?
26. Has Jesus been defeated by Adam, sin, death, hell, and Satan?
27. Is the Devil more powerful than Jesus?
28. Did God create everything?
29. Did God create good and evil?
30. Did God create things for us to have to wrestle against?
31. Did God create the Devil?
32. What do the words “Devil,” “Satan,” and “Serpent” mean?
33. Who, what, and where is the Devil?
34. Is God in charge of the Devil?
35. Is God in charge of everything?
36. Why did Jesus die?
37. Why did Jesus have to die?
38. What did Jesus come to save us from?
39. What is salvation?
40. If the wages of sin is death, then why does Christianity teach that it is eternal torture?
41. What does it mean to be saved spirit, soul, and body?
42. What is justification, sanctification, and glorification?
43. What is the
44. What does it mean to “see” the
45. What was Jesus really saying in Luke 17:20-21?
46. What is Sonship?
47. What is the manifestation of the sons of God?
48. Is salvation a process?
49. What is the difference between spirit and soul?
50. Have you studied the feasts of Passover, Pentecost, and Tabernacles in the Old Testament? What do they represent for us today?
51. What does it mean to have the spirit of the law written on your heart?
52. Why do we go through trials?
53. Why are we afflicted by God?
54. Why do we suffer for Christ?
55. Why are we tempted?
56. Why do we pray?
57. What is the purpose of prayer?
58. How should we pray?
59. Is prayer for us or God?
60. Does our prayer change God’s mind?
61. What does the Bible say about fire?
62. Is there such a thing as spiritual fire?
63. Is God going to burn people in literal fire?
64. Did you know that the terms “Holy Ghost and fire,” “God is a consuming fire,” and “lake of fire” all speak of the same type of fire? Did you know that the fire in each one of these statements all comes from the same Greek word?
65. What is a fiery trial?
66. God makes His ministers a flaming fire! What does that mean?
67. God is a consuming fire! What does that mean?
68. We are to be baptized in the Holy Ghost and fire! What does that mean?
69. The Bible speaks of the lake of fire! What does that mean?
70. God’s word is spoken of as fire in our mouths! What does that mean?
71. Who is
72. Who is Augustine? What impact did he have on Christianity?
73. What are the Dark Ages? What impact did they have on Christianity?
74. What happened in 553 A.D. to impact Christianity?
75. Did you know that for the first 500 years after the resurrection of the Lord Jesus that the majority of the Church leaders taught that all would eventually be saved as a result of the cross of Christ?
76. Did you know that in the early church there were six schools of theology and that four taught the salvation of all men through Jesus Christ?
77. Who is Origen? What did he teach about the final destiny of all men?
78. The King James Version tells us that Jonah was in the great fish for three days and three nights and forever. Is that a contradiction? Are there any more contradictions in the King James Version? Should we look at some other translations other than the King James Version to see if they are more accurate?
79. 1st Corinthians 15:28 says that God will be all in all. What does that mean?
80. Ephesians 1:9-11 speaks of the dispensation of the fullness of times. What is that?
81. 1st Corinthians 15:22 says that in Adam all die and that in Christ shall all be made alive, every man in his own order. What does that mean?
82. Colossians 1:20 says that there will be a reconciliation of all things because of the blood of the cross of Christ. What does that mean?
83. Acts 3:21 speaks of the restitution of all things. What does that mean?
84. Once again, Romans 6:23 tells us that the wages of sin is death. Why does Christianity teach that the wages of sin is eternal torture?
85. Jesus said in John 12:32 that if He would be lifted up from the earth (die on the cross) that He would draw (drag) ALL MEN UNTO HIMSELF! Why do Christians have a hard time believing that?
86. Is there anything too hard for the Lord?
87. What was the promise that God made to Abraham in Genesis chapter twelve?
88. Does that promise really mean “all?”
89. Have you read Psalm 22:27-31? That is some really good news!
90. What happens when God’s judgments are in the earth? Here is a clue… Read Isaiah 26:9.
91. Could it be possible that God’s judgment is a good thing?
92. Where does God’s judgment begin? Here is a clue… Read 1st Peter 4:17.
93. Will God’s wrath (wroth) last forever? Here is a clue… NO! Read Isaiah 57:16.
94. Will God’s enemies submit themselves to Him? How much of the earth will worship Him? Read Psalm 66:1-4 to find out.
95. Will all flesh come to God? Read Psalm 65:2 to find out.
96. Will all nations serve God? Read Psalm 72:8-19.
97. Who has sent strong delusion? Read 2nd Thessalonians 2:11 to find out.
98. Since Jesus said that the end of this age would be characterized by false Christs, false prophets, and very strong deception, do you think it is possible that the majority of Christians are deceived?
99. Who is told to come out of
100. Since it has been prophesied that the end of this age would include strong delusion, deception, and confusion, do you think that we should question, study, look into, and challenge everything that we have been taught?