Why does the Apostle Paul say that Jesus will come “as a thief in the night” (1 Thess. 5:2), but Jesus says that “every eye will see Him” (Rev. 1:7)? Can the Second Coming be both?
Have you ever wondered who the two witnesses of Revelation 11 are? Or perhaps you’ve pondered the purpose of the gift of speaking in tongues? Articles in the Bible Q&A section are short and to the point, providing reliable answers directly from Scripture.
God’s kingdom is open to all of us. The Bible tells us how we can become a part of it today.
We can become citizens of heaven now by entering the kingdom of grace. We will enter the kingdom of glory when Jesus returns to take us home.
Some say that you aren’t filled with the Holy Spirit unless you speak in tongues. Is this true? Discover what the Bible really says about the gift of tongues.
God has given us a weekly sign that reminds us of His commitment to humanity. That sign is the seventh-day Sabbath. How does a day remind us that God is our loyal Creator and Redeemer and where does the Sabbath fit into our Christian experience?
Have you ever wondered if you have the Holy Spirit? The Bible promises this gift. Here’s how you can have it…
According to modern time keeping, each day begins and ends at midnight. In light of this, when should we observe the seventh-day Sabbath? The Bible has the answer.
Here’s why these mysterious figures cannot be the resurrected Moses and Elijah.