Words Of Truth

"That I might make thee know the certainty of the words of truth..." (Proverbs 22:21).

June 2016 Questions & Answers

The following questions are taken from emails and are printed below exactly as I received them.  Names and contact information has been removed.  The answers are in note form (sorry for any of my grammar errors) to be studied through.  You’ll have to examine each Scripture below to see the points.  Please be mindful that there are often circumstances and details to every question that could potentially change the answer.  Rightly divide the truth (II Timothy 2:15).

1. “Please I need a scriptural answer for this. Over here in Ghana, we still do the chieftaincy system, with its pouring of libations, incantations, shedding of animal blood and swearing of oaths among others. It so happens that there are some members of the Lord's church who are traditional leaders or chiefs. Please I want the scriptural position on taking up traditional leadership roles such as being a chief alongside being a Christian, which comes with the honor of dining with the Lord every Lord's day?”

2. “I like your website. I cannot find classes for kids. What do you recommend as good doctrine for children to learn? Just using the Bible is more than young children can benefit from.”

3. “As Christians do we have to be against science? I am reading 1 Tim. 6:20 and thinking it is saying this to us.”

4. “I am a faithful sister follower in the word of God in each way each day. I live in Nairobi Kenya. I have a kinswoman that I have to live with me now. When this arrangement made I thought I could teach her the word of God in each way. She is not receiving now the good news. What can I do if she not willing to be reading the good news with me?”

5. “What is the age of accountability?”


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