Got Questions? is a category on the Reasons for Hope* Jesus ministry website. It is our intention to not only answer your questions but also to encourage you with hope and empower you to more boldly share your faith. Biblical knowledge should always produce fruit in our lives so we can better reflect the light and love of Jesus in a dark world that needs the hope found only in our Saviour.
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The verses in question are from the prophet Habakkuk, the apostle Paul and the writer of Hebrews. Why the difference? “His faith” vs “faith.”
A chart of comparison of pre, post, and amillennialism. Understand what the Bible teaches about the end times.
The popular Christmas song, “The 12 Days of Christmas” celebrates the days from Jesus’ birth until the Wise Men arrived. But did the Wise Men arrive 12 days after Christmas?
The popular Christmas story, “The Gift of the Magi” written by O’ Henry, is a Christmas story with a biblical message of sacrificial love.
The beautiful song, “Mary, Did You Know?” prompts us to wonder, what did Mary know when she held the baby Jesus in her arms?
Five women, daughters of Zelophehad, have a direct bearing on our understanding of Jesus’ coming as the Son of Man and King of Israel.
A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving teaches 10 things about the importance and the benefits of the holiday and the practice of giving thanks.
David encouraged himself in the Lord (1 Sam 30:6). What does that mean? And how can we do that when times are tough and trouble abounds?
Common Sense has been around for a long, long time. But now he’s dead. Read the obituary of our dear old friend.
Many will be quick to answer, November 2nd is All Souls’ Day. That’s true, but there was also an event with prophetic significance on Nov 2.
Most Christians know Martin Luther was a great theologian and he started the Reformation. But few know that he was the writer of many hymns.
Are Christians not to judge? Is that what Jesus meant when He said, “judge not?” Did Paul contradict Jesus? How should we understand this?
We are a royal priesthood. Are we also called today to be watchmen on the wall and to sound a warning? Do we really have the work of watchmen?
Parable: a short story designed to teach a lesson. The axe, saw, hammer and flame parable is about God’s power, perseverance and providence.
How can we be assured from Scripture that our salvation is secure? What’s the “road map of eternal security” that gives us assurance?
Some Christians will talk about intelligent design and claim that it points to God and proves evolution false, but is that really true?
We have all heard, “the Bible says money is the root of all evil.” But that’s not what it says. A Parable of the Poor Christian and the Tax Collector.
Is it possible for Satan to actually put thoughts in our minds? Can we tell if sinful thoughts are from ourselves or from Satan?
A rock too big to move is a popular question. The challenge inherent in this question is whether there is something God cannot do. Get the answer.
Many have used 2 Chronicles 7:14 as a promise that if we do as it says, God will heal America? Is that true?
Christians talk a lot about the Holy Spirit–and that’s good! But what about the human spirit? Does the Bible speak about the spirit of man?
Many will say, “We’re all God’s Children” with the intended meaning that everyone on earth is a child of God. That’s not really true.
The New Testament gives more than enough names and titles for Jesus, our Lord. Know the names and know Him better.
“The Hound of Heaven,” has a very interesting background. Find out where it originated and hear the epic poem read. It’s been described as “the most magnificent poem ever written in English.”
God sent fire from Heaven in the judgment of man’s sinfulness. Find out how many instances of fire from Heaven are recorded in the Bible.
Will all people be saved? There are verses that seem to say that. How should we understand such verses? Is there salvation for all?
A.W. Pink, in “Gleanings from Genesis,” reveals the ways in which the life of Joseph is a foreshadow of Jesus, our Lord and Saviour.