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Question and Answer | Praying Depression Away

June 1, 2021

Daily devotional question: Why do mature Christians experience depression? Shouldn't we be able to pray it away?

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  • Depression June 1, 2021

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September 1, 2012

As a Christian, do I need to submit to a government that I do not like? Does the Bible explain why we should submit to the government? Question and Answer Paul gives us several reasons in Romans 13:1–7 why every Christian should submit to the government: (1) human government/civil authority, regardless of its forms and philosophical base,...

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November 1, 2012

Why do Christians who have gone to church for years and been involved in ministry, just stop going? Question and Answer There is no one answer to this question. I have seen people who were integral parts of a church stop going for any number of reasons including disillusionment (perhaps a church split or treatment by a pastor), because of...

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October 1, 2016

I am a Christian teenager wondering what to do when one of my parents, who claims to be a Christian, is living a sinful lifestyle. My parent is loving and provides for me but has made many life choices that are biblically wrong while continuing to use Christian language and talk about Jesus in warm, personal ways. Is it my place to speak up?

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October 1, 2014

I’m a new Christian, but I believe I’m supposed to tell other people about Jesus. I’m excited about my new life in Christ, but when I went to one of my friends he ridiculed me and said, “Why would I want to be a Christian? I’m already a better person than most so called Christians I know.” Question and Answer We all know that there are hypocrites...

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Question and Answer

October 1, 2019

When Christians die, do they immediately go to heaven or do we wait for the Second Coming of Jesus Christ? Question and Answer When Christians die, their soul and spirit (two aspects of our immaterial self) go immediately to heaven. Separated from their physical bodies, they will be in the immediate presence of God and in conscious and thrilling...

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Question and Answer | Experiencing God's Peace

April 1, 2021

As a Christian, why am I not experiencing God's peace that will allow me to sleep?

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July 1, 2012

Should Christians dread the thought of a "hereafter"? I long to be with Christ, but I am often overwhelmed by what to expect. Question and Answer Many believers are a little intimidated by what awaits them at the moment they die. I can say that the closer our personal relationship with Christ becomes, the less we will think of the many unanswered...

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Question and Answer

March 1, 2008

Where is it found that we should celebrate Jesus’ birthday? It seems to me that Christians ought to celebrate His death more than His birth. Question and Answer We mark the Lord’s birth every year for at least three reasons: first, Scripture gives a lot of space to it. Jesus’ birth is the subject of Old Testament prophecies, and two of the...

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November 2, 2005

How did Saul die? The account in 1 Samuel 31 says that he “took his own sword and fell on it.” But the next chapter (2 Sam. 1:1-16) recounts the tale of an Amalekite who reported to King David that he himself had killed Saul. What really happened? Was one of the writers of the Bible confused? Question and Answer No, the writer was not confused.

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