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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Do Presidents pray? The words of our first three presidents reveal that they understood their need for God. They prayed!
Our country is making laws that are in direct opposition to God’s truths in the Bible. What does this mean for our country?
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.
What did President Reagan say about racism and Marxism? What vow did he confidently make on behalf of our nation? Watch now!
Were there one or two demoniacs that Jesus healed? Does Matthew 8 (two demoniacs) contradict Mark 5 and Luke 8 (only one demoniac)?
There’s a verse in 2 Thessalonians that has caused confusion about the time of the Rapture. We explain how to understand this verse.
How does an apostle differ from a disciple? What does the Bible say? Are there apostles today? How should we understand our work for Jesus?
The Romans Road, the John Road, and the Revelation Road are “paths” of Bible verses that tell the way to become a new creation in Jesus Christ.
Matt 5:48 tells us to be perfect- as perfect as God is. Did Jesus really mean that? It sounds like an impossible command. We just can’t do it.
There’s a 9/11 story that most have never heard. It’s a story of one who lives because another took his place. It’s a story of faith and hope. Watch now.
The Seventh-day Adventist Church believes that Jesus died for the sins of man, but what else do they believe?
God gave Daniel an amazing prophecy that foretells Israel’s future. It’s often called the seventieth week of Daniel.
What is Calvinism? Is Calvinism biblical? How should we understand the doctrines of Calvinism? Are they found in the Bible?
If everything belongs to Jesus, how can you give your life to Jesus? Might there be something else we give Him in salvation?
Is there a gap of time that allows for millions, even billions, of years since the earth was first created? What do we need to know?
What effect has the COVID-19 shutdown of churches had? Did the coronavirus pandemic cause people to seek God for answers and for comfort?
Hebrews 6:4-6 is a difficult passage. Many have understood it to say that salvation can be lost. But does it really say that? Or is salvation secure?
Oh, the joys of childhood. If only we could live in the never-never land of innocence and protection. But that of course, is not the case. Are there never-never lands spoken of in the Bible?
Mnason is a man. Have you ever heard of him? Do you know what he did? There are great lessons to learn from Mnason.
In the troubled times in which we live, we are more connected than ever before. But we are also more divided than in the past.
It has been popularized over the past decade to begin prayers with, Father God. Is Father God a good way to address the Father?
Paul wrote about a crown of righteousness in his letter to Timothy. What must we do to get this crown?
The Bible tells us ten ways we can love like Jesus and reflect His love. Of course, there are many more, but this shortlist will help you examine your heart and focus on being more Christ-like.
The Rapture will remove the Church from the earth before the Tribulation, but what about our pets? Will animals be left behind?
Some think the Rapture will happen in the fall, but there are many reasons to think it will occur in the late spring/early summer at Pentecost (Shavuot).
How did Memorial Day get started? Why do we have this day as a holiday? Is it biblical to set aside a specific day to remember?
What does the Bible tell us about our passage from this life into eternity? Do angels take us to Heaven? Are they sent so we don’t go alone?