QUESTION OF DAY: Will I Still Be Married to My Spouse in Heaven?

Hope Bolinger |Crosswalk.com | Contributing Writer Although Scripture can be a bit enigmatic about the nature of heaven, Jesus does make one thing clear in the Gospel of Luke: even if we marry on this earth to an earthly spouse, we will not stay married to them in heaven. One may wonder how this question … Continue reading QUESTION OF DAY: Will I Still Be Married to My Spouse in Heaven?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can God help me reach my weight-loss goals?

Weight loss is a matter of personal changes. And yes, God can help us make changes in our lives. We need His power that brings change. We know how to lose weight: Move more, eat less. That’s basic to overall healthy weight loss. But how many actually do the basic things consistently and reach their … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can God help me reach my weight-loss goals?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How do you resolve conflict in a godly way?

It’s been said that 90 percent of conflict is rooted in misunderstanding. If that’s the case, and it probably is, then conflict resolution is a matter of all parties sitting down and getting a good understanding of what happened! Proverbs 13:15 says, “Good understanding gains favor, But the way of the unfaithful is hard.” Good … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How do you resolve conflict in a godly way?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How did things change between the Old and New Testaments?

One of the biggest changes between the Old and New Covenants is how sin was handled. In the Old Covenant, God established the priesthood to provide a way for the Israelites to cover or atone for sin—the breaking of the law. The high priest offered a blood sacrifice each year in the Holy of Holies … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How did things change between the Old and New Testaments?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: If God is love, why are we told to fear Him?

There is no denying our God is awesome and powerful! Psalm 24:8 says, “Who is the King of glory? The Lord, strong and mighty; the Lord, invincible in battle.” The wicked are terrified in God’s presence because meeting The All Powerful One without Jesus is a frightening experience. But for a Christian, the situation is … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: If God is love, why are we told to fear Him?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: I’m concerned about the safety of my children. How can I be sure God will protect them?

You can be sure that God will protect your children because He’s specifically said He will. His written Word is absolutely full of promises that, if you will believe them and act upon them, will guarantee the safety of you and your children—regardless of how dangerous the world around you becomes. One of the most … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: I’m concerned about the safety of my children. How can I be sure God will protect them?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Will I pay for my past sins?

Second Corinthians 5:17 says, “Anyone who belongs to Christ has become a new person. The old life is gone; a new life has begun.” According to God’s Word, when we are born again, our spirits are reborn in the nature and likeness of God! We are spiritually made brand new at salvation. A question that … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Will I pay for my past sins?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why does the Bible say we are gods?

In John 10:34-35, Jesus quoted an Old Testament passage which said, “...You are gods, And all of you are sons of the Most High” (Psalm 82:6). The New American Standard Life Application Study Bible has the following to say about these verses: “Jesus referred to Psalm 82:6, where the Israelite rulers and judges are called … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why does the Bible say we are gods?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why is Satan sometimes called Lucifer?

Lucifer was Satan’s name before his fall from heaven. It literally means “morning star.” Ezekiel 28:13-15 gives us this picture of Lucifer before his rebellion against God: “You were in Eden, the garden of God. Your clothing was adorned with every precious stone—red carnelian, pale-green peridot, white moonstone, blue-green beryl, onyx, green jasper, blue lapis … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why is Satan sometimes called Lucifer?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I get the Word to produce results for me in healing, deliverance or financial trouble?

You’ll find the answer to your question in James 1:22-25. There we’re instructed to— Be ye doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving your own selves. For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass: For … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I get the Word to produce results for me in healing, deliverance or financial trouble?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Who made Satan?

Most Christians believe the answer to that question is obvious: “God created Satan.” But that is not really true. God created Lucifer. That may seem like a small distinction at first glance, but once you understand who really made Satan, it will change your perspective of him forever. You will never again doubt your authority … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Who made Satan?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I pray for my kids to get better grades? Add to Favorites

Here is one suggested prayer, based on promises in the Bible: Father, in the Name of Jesus, I thank You today that my kids are delivered from darkness and are living in the kingdom of Your dear Son. I declare and speak light into the eyes of their understanding today. They are taught of the … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I pray for my kids to get better grades? Add to Favorites

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Is the church the Body, wife or bride of Christ?

When we accept Jesus as our Lord and Savior, we literally become children of God and new creatures in Christ (Romans 8:14-17; 2 Corinthians 5:17). Collectively, we are called “the Church” (Matthew 16:18). The Church is compared to many things including an army of soldiers, branches on a tree, a bride, a wife and the … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Is the church the Body, wife or bride of Christ?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why doesn’t God answer my prayers?

Just because we utter something to God doesn’t mean we will have a prayer answered. When we ask according to His will, which is expressed in the Bible, and stand steadfast in the belief that He is faithful to His Word, our prayers will be answered. The Lord reminds us to “put Him in remembrance … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why doesn’t God answer my prayers?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: What materials would help my personal Bible study?

In reference to studying the Bible, we would like to share one way Brother Copeland studies the Bible. He sets aside a time in his schedule to study a particular subject or scripture(s) he would like to understand more clearly. He treats this time like an appointment he cannot miss. At the onset of this … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: What materials would help my personal Bible study?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I live in victory?

Don’t give up your confidence in the Word of God when the pressures of life come, and you will see victory. Of course, to be confident in the Word, you must spend time with it. Consistently staying in the Bible undergirds your faith and allows it to rise up within you to grasp God’s promises … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I live in victory?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why am I having trouble receiving healing?

Often the challenge in receiving healing is knowing how to resist the enemy. Without a doubt, Jesus destroyed the works of the devil and delivered mankind from the devil’s authority. However, it is man’s responsibility to resist the forces of evil. We must resist sickness with the same determination that we resist sin. When we … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Why am I having trouble receiving healing?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do we need to tithe to be blessed?

We have already been made joint heirs with Jesus (Romans 8:17). So, “Why, then, do we need to tithe to be blessed?” Let’s make sure we’re clear on this: It’s because of what Jesus has done for us that we have a right to the blessings of God. It’s because of what He’s done that … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do we need to tithe to be blessed?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How do I face a marriage challenge?

Believers are not immune to marriage challenges. In fact, marriage—especially among believers—is a prime target for the enemy. The good news is that as believers we have a weapon that works every time against our enemy. It’s the same weapon that snatched us out of Satan’s grasp when we were born again. That weapon is … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How do I face a marriage challenge?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do I need to tithe on gifts I receive?

Brother Kenneth and Gloria’s personal conviction is to tithe on the gross of all income—including gifts—that comes into their hands (Proverbs 3:9-10, Malachi 3:8-11). Ultimately, everyone needs to spend time with God and receive His direction where tithing and giving is concerned. Tithing on gifts may require direction from God. Some gifts, such as money, … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Do I need to tithe on gifts I receive?

QUESTION OF THE DAY – What does it mean to “plead the blood”?

“Pleading the blood” is actually a legal term. Think of it like a lawyer pleading his case before the judge. He presents evidence and facts to support his case. We have examples of this term in the Old Testament (1 Samuel 24:15; Psalm 43:1). When the accuser says we’re guilty, our plea before God, the … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY – What does it mean to “plead the blood”?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: Can the devil read my mind?

We can find no scripture that supports the idea that Satan can read our minds. To the contrary, 1 Corinthians 2:11 states that no man knows the things of man except the spirit of man which is in him. What Satan can do is tempt you with wrong thoughts. But even then, you have the … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: Can the devil read my mind?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: What is the difference between hope and faith?

The difference is that faith is now ; hope is always in the future. And there’s a reason for that. Romans 8:24-25 states, “We were given this hope when we were saved. (If we already have something, we don’t need to hope for it. But if we look forward to something we don’t yet have, … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: What is the difference between hope and faith?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How does God discipline His children?

Often people wonder if painful or disruptive events are permitted by God to correct or discipline us. But how does God discipline His children? We know God does correct His children. That’s just part of loving us. Hebrews 12:7-11 points out that our earthly fathers correct us according to the flesh. But our heavenly Father … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How does God discipline His children?

How do I deal with the death of a loved one who knew Jesus?

Losing a loved one can be tough, and it usually brings various challenges with it. But as tough as those times can be, Scripture promises us a way through. No matter what challenges we face, we can overcome them because we are in Christ Jesus (2 Corinthians 2:14). One thing that brings encouragement in those … Continue reading How do I deal with the death of a loved one who knew Jesus?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I know the truth when ministers disagree?

It can tend to be confusing trying to understand how, with one Lord and one Bible, we can come up with so many different viewpoints and church groups. Whenever we see differing views in the Body of Christ, our first responsibility is to look to the wisdom provided in Romans 12:3-5, 9-10: “Because of the … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: How can I know the truth when ministers disagree?

QUESTION OF THE DAY: I’m so busy! Is there any “Shortcut” to Developing Faith?

It takes more than just being around the Bible to truly connect with its power. You do have to spend time reading it! (How are you going to know what it says if you don't?) You can't be satisfied to read it just every once in a while, either. "Faith comes from hearing, that is, … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY: I’m so busy! Is there any “Shortcut” to Developing Faith?

QUESTION OF THE DAY; Just how much power does the devil have in this world?

As a Holy Spirit-baptized, Bible-believing Christian, the devil has no authority over you! In fact, you have the power over him. He doesn't have any right to mess with you and what you own. He doesn't have authority over any area of your life—not your health, your family, your finances or anything else. Most people … Continue reading QUESTION OF THE DAY; Just how much power does the devil have in this world?