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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Compare the Abrahamic and the New Covenant. Compare the sign of circumcision in both covenants and the significance of circumcision in both.
“The Obsolete Man” (The Twilight Zone) has a prophetic message. Is logic an enemy? Truth a menace? See what can happen when power corrupts.
How should we understand these names of God? What about I AM (Ehyeh)? Jehovah (also Yehovah) is the anglicized version of the name Yahweh….
What is the difference between the Kingdom of Heaven and the Kingdom of God? How should we understand these two kingdoms?
The Bible records many of the words that Jesus spoke during His earthly ministry. If you have a red-letter Bible, it’s easy to identify the words spoken by Jesus because they’re all in red! The questions arise: Are these words accurately recorded? How did the Gospel writers remember all that Jesus said?
Shavuot is a harvest feast celebrated 50 days after Passover. The church calls it Pentecost. What typology/symbolism points to the Rapture?
What are the five major worldviews? Do they answer life’s questions? Does one’s worldview define one’s thinking and direct one’s life?
God knew when He created Adam that he would sin. So why did God create man? Is there an answer to this? What does the Bible tell us?
Jesus is the Good, Great, and Chief Shepherd. What do we know about this Chief Shepherd? Where is He revealed in the Bible?
Learn the names of God that are found in Psalm 23. This short teaching uncovers 11 names in The Great Shepherd Psalm. Find them now!
What does coram deo mean? Do you live your life corem deo? Ponder this subject and consider how you can live this way.
Jesus suffered greatly on the cross, so why do we call it Good Friday? What makes this day of darkness and death “good?”
Psalm 22 is a prophetic psalm. But are David’s words really about Jesus? How do we know he was inspired to write a prophecy of the cross?
An Easter Finger Puzzle: A fun way to teach children some key facts about the Last Supper, Good Friday, and Resurrection Sunday.
There are many reasons why Friday was not likely the day the Lord was crucified. A reader asks about a Thursday crucifixion and we answer.
There’s a remez (hidden meaning) tucked in the words of Psalm 22. How does this psalm reveal Jesus as a worm?
For many St. Patrick’s Day is nothing more than a party. But the prayer of St. Patrick reminds us of so much more than fun and frivolity. His beautiful words will touch your heart and give rest to your soul. Read and watch now!
Can we know how long Job did suffer? Consider the clues to understand the length, purpose, and result of Job’s suffering.
In Revelation, Jesus promises to give a new name to overcomers. What will that new name be? How should we understand the Lord’s promise?
Many Christians don’t observe Ash Wednesday. What is it and how should we observe Lent?
We often hear of people “sitting at the Master’s feet” and learning from Jesus. But have you ever sat at the Master’s table? Take a seat…
Since there were no other people groups on the earth when Cain found a wife, where did he find her? Who was she?
Paul admonished believers to speak the truth in love. What did he really mean by that? How can we know if we are speaking the truth in love?
Hebrews 10:26, about willful sin, seems to suggest salvation can be lost. Is that true? People willfully sin after salvation. How should we understand this?
Do Christians have the image of God? What does it mean to be His image-bearers? How should we understand this?
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?
How you begin 2021 will affect how you live all year. Learn from 2020 and look forward. It’s really quite simple to have a blessed year.