Post Your Bible Questions

2 Timothy 2:15

“Study to shew thyself approved unto God, a workman that needeth not to be
ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth.”

Have a question?  Post it here and I’ll get you the best, Bible based answer I can.  Feel free to use this space to post your question, and be sure to be detailed so your question is fully understood.  Thank you, and I always appreciate your questions.  God bless you today, and always as you continually pursue His truth and His Wisdom in Christ Jesus our Lord and Savior!


7 thoughts on “Post Your Bible Questions

  1. Can you help with the following:
    1. what is God’s Covenant with Man (Abraham and us)
    2. When was Water baptism instituted and why do we respect it more compared to circumcision which was instituted by God
    3. What is God Blessing
    4. I have a lesson i must give on the meaning of Word (Explaining Rhema and Logos), can you assist with notes and/or material

    • Hi Saeni…here are the answers, hopefully, that you might be looking for!
      The two major covenants (you speak of) are the Old Covenant and the New Covenant. In Jeremiah 33 we read, “The days come when I will make a new covenant with the house of Israel (his people, the Israelites, then, by adoption each of us who believe in Jesus as Lord and Savior), not after (like) the covenant I made with their fathers (the Old Covenant.
      God promised many things to Abraham. He personally promised that He would make Abraham’s name great (Genesis 12:2), that Abraham would have numerous physical descendents (Genesis 13:16), and that he would be the father of a multitude of nations (Genesis 17:4-5). God also made promises regarding a nation called Israel.

      In fact, the geographical boundaries of the Abrahamic Covenant are laid out on more than one occasion in the book of Genesis (12:7; 13:14-15; 15:18-21). Another provision in the Abrahamic Covenant is that the families of the world will be blessed through the physical line of Abraham (Genesis 12:3; 22:18). This is a reference to the Messiah, who would come from the line of Abraham.

      2. When was Water baptism instituted and why do we respect it more compared to circumcision which was instituted by God
      Circumcision and water baptism are mutually exclusive. Circumcision was specifically for the Jews. Circumcision was the physical symbol of God’s covenant with Abraham. God required every male born child to be circumcised on the eighth day. The cutting off of the foreskin of the male genitalia represented a departure from the old life (before the covenant with Abraham, and the new life under the covenant. God required circumcision and told Abraham that any male child who was not circumcised on the eighth day would be cut off from his people forever. “Any uncircumcised male, who has not been circumcised in the flesh, will be cut off from his people; he has broken my covenant.” Genesis 17:14.
      John the Baptist baptized with water. Matthew 3:11
      “I baptize you with water for repentance. But after me comes one who is more powerful than I, whose sandals I am not worthy to carry. He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire.
      Matthew 3:10-12
      [ The Baptism of Jesus ] Then Jesus came from Galilee to the Jordan to be baptized by John.
      Matthew 3:12-14
      But John tried to deter him, saying, “I need to be baptized by you, and do you come to me?”
      Matthew 3:13-15
      As soon as Jesus was baptized, he went up out of the water. At that moment heaven was opened, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove and alighting on him.
      Matthew 3:15-17

      3. What is God Blessing
      I don’t understand this question. God blesses us every day, just by allowing us to continue living. He also blesses us with His grace and mercy. If you can be more specific, I might be able to expand on this question.
      4. I have a lesson i must give on the meaning of Word (Explaining Rhema and Logos), can you assist with notes and/or material
      In Christianity, rhema is used in Bible study to signify Jesus Christ’s utterance. The Greek word rhema is useful to distinguish between two meanings of word. While both rhema and logos are translated into the English word, in the original Greek there was a substantial distinction. Rhema is Christ’s utterance, while Logos refers to Christ himself.

    • Thank you so much…what a kind thing to say! I feel that He has given all of His children gifts that would bless His’s just that many of us accept a daily life of ‘normality’ living on this earth and don’t search for His purpose in our lives. Many just go to church, if that, and pray once in a while..and the rest of their lives are spent worrying about ‘life’ in the world, and not ‘life’ in the Kingdom. But, as I said, He has blessed each one of us accordingly with an important purpose and calling…each going hand in hand with the others..all to fulfill His purpose. God bless you!!!! And thank you for your comment! It is much appreciated! 😉

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