Jeremiah 24, what is the meaning of this prophecy? When did it occur? Is it a shadow of future events?
Jeremiah 28, how does Hananiah’s prophecy relate to 2 Thessalonians 2 and the strong delusion? How did the strong delusion occur? When did the man of sin sit in the Temple of God?
Jeremiah 33:19-26, what are the consequences of this word? It is one way or the other. What are the two possibilities? If it is broken, what does it mean for all other prophecies?
Jeremiah 34:19, what does it imply pass through the calf? Where else did this happen? Why was it not good for them as for others?
Jeremiah 38:25-27, it appears that Jeremiah lied? Is there something in the New Testament that resolves this? What is the truth of what Jeremiah really did? What type of man was Zedekiah? Jeremiah 34:15, 20-23
Jeremiah 42:13-19, what was the issue related to going to Egypt? Why did they not want to stay in the land? What is the shadow of the sword, famine and pestilence that was to occur? Why do so many people abhor the land of Israel today? Why do so many not have a love for the land? What is the significance of the settlements that are occurring today in contested lands? Are they really contested?
Jeremiah 43:1-3, after all that happened, why did they not believe Jeremiah? Does Ezekiel discuss similar people? How do we avoid so any issue? How easy is it for this to happen even the most righteous of believers? Does James provide a solution? Does Yeshua speak of this concerning a different matter?
Jeremiah 48:10, why is this about Moab? Is this about a group of people today? Can we be guilty of this today?
Lamentations 3:38, which is it? How can it be good if evil occurs?
Ezekiel 7:8, how is this good and bad? How is it an affirmation and a warning? Psalm 18:25-26, How is Ezekiel 7:27 a good thing for those that were righteous in the land if God pours out judgment and the city is burned?
Ezekiel 16:15, how does this happen today? What are the warning signs? How do we prevent this? Can this happen to any one?
Ezekiel 16:17, how does one do this today make an images of men, if they do not build a physical idol? What is the jewels, gold and silver that God has given them?
Ezekiel 16:48, what has Sodom not done?
Ezekiel 18, most of the statues in Ezekiel 18:6-3 have something in common? Why not come near a menstruous woman? Is usury the issue in Ezekiel 18:13? Is Ezekiel the New Covenant? Is it in this lifetime or the next?
Ezekiel 20:49, if most of the Bible is literal, why would the people think Ezekiel spoke in parables? Consider Psalm 49:4 and Psalm 78:2. Why is Luke 16 considered not to be a parable? Consider Matthew 13:13 and John 16:29.
Daniel 2, if this is the 2nd year of the reign of Nebuchadnezzar, then what is the chronological sequence as related to Daniel 1? Daniel 1:5 discuss a 3 year period. Is it the same king for Daniel 1 and Daniel 2?
Daniel 10, who is the man that Daniel is speaking with? Is this this real or is it a vision? Who else of importance is discussed in this chapter?
Hosea 1, what is the significance of the children’s names related to the Restitution of All Things? Jezreel means God sows, Loruhamah means no mercy, Loammi means not my people. What is the overall picture that God is presenting for His people?
Hosea 6:6, why is this true? Why does He state the knowledge of God? If one does not have knowledge of God, what are the chances they could be worshipping a false God?
Jonah 3, how long was the forty day fast before God turned away? What does forty days represent in scriptures?
Jonah 4:3, why did God not take Jonah’s life? Why did Jonah want to die? Did he betray His people?
Micah 6:5, where does Shittim bring us as believers? Micah 6:5, what is the importance of Gilgal? What is just beyond Gilgal? What did Joshua do at Shittim and Gilgal? Why is this important to believers today? How will this lead to a life filled with blessings, protection and righteousness?
Zechariah 2:7, where is a similar statement made in the New Testament? (R1804) What does this mean for the New Testament believer?
Zechariah 4:14, anointed actually means oil, if it is the two oils what does this mean? Consider that ones comes from the Hebrew word ben.
Zechariah 5:4, who are the ones that swear falsely? How is this possible?
Zechariah 5:9, who are the two women? Are these similar to the two legs of the statue in Daniel 2?
Matthew 2:15 is this a prophecy of Hosea 11:1? Who is in Judah in Hosea 11:12 today? What do they do different than others? How does Paul discuss this in his epistles?
Jeremiah 31:27, how does one know this is not literal or is it? Consider the law of first mention. If this is not literal what is the meaning of the symbols? How will this be seen in the end of the millennium?
In the life of John the Baptist and Yeshua, are there similarities in the prophecy of Esau and Jacob? Matthew 3:13, John said he had need to be baptized of thee in this we see the shadow of the two sons throughout the Bible.
Matthew 3:16-17, who saw the dove and heard the prophecy? Mark 1:10-11, Luke 3:21-22, John 1:31-34
Matthew 4:4, is it bread or something else? What is the meaning of Deuteronomy 8:3?
Matthew 9:1-3, how could Yeshua state their sins were forgiven? Matthew 9:6, how was Yeshua given the power to forgive sins? How is this possible without a sacrifice? Does this violate the law? Or was He speaking that these in particular would walk out their faith?
Matthew 9:13, when Yeshua stated that “for I am not come to call the righteous, but sinners to repentance” was He stating that they were righteous? If they were righteous then were they free of sin? Why would He not call the righteous? Are the righteous not worthy of the Good News? Is there another way? What does it mean to have mercy and not sacrifice? What are we to learn from all this? Romans 3 tells us what concerning this situation?
Matthew 10:21, what child would rise up against its parent? Who is your brother? How would they be put to death? What is the subject of this passage? What is Yeshua asking us to do? How important is this? What is the result if we do not act decisively?
Matthew 11:23, how was Capernaum brought down to Hell to burn?
Matthew 11:24, how will it be more tolerable for Sodom in the Day of Judgment?
Matthew 12:40, what does this tell us about the death, burial and resurrection?
Matthew 12:43-45, what is occurring? How does this happen? Is this salvation? How is it swept clean? What are waterless places? Why did the unclean leave only to come back? How is this similar to 2 Peter 2:17-22?
Matthew 13, what can we do for ourselves to ensure the seed is sown in our hearts? How do we become the good ground? How do we know that all believers are not good ground?
Matthew 19:13, why did the disciples rebuke them? Does this seem odd based on Matthew 18? Why does this keep happening, something occurs Yeshua teaches on it and it happens again? Is there times when this has happen to us? What are we to do to prevent a similar occurrence?
Matthew 19:16-17, what was Yeshua’s answer? What does Peter’s statement scarcely saved tells us? Why is belief of itself insufficient? Devils believe what is their solution to the situation? How can we feel better in due time?
Matthew 19:28, when is the regeneration? How does Matthew 23 and Luke 16 play into this? Psalm 110 tell us what about this?
Does John 17:5 cause issues?
Matthew 20:1-16, why should not the reward matter? What is the field? What is the 6th and 9th hours?
Matthew 22:1-14, what is the lesson of this parable? Who are the two sets? Why is it that many are not serious or hard to find? If there is plenty of room at the top what is preventing us? Is this a call to purity?
Matthew 22:30, if there is no marriage in the resurrection, does that mean forever? How does this effect original purpose? Is raising a family not important in the kingdom to come?
Matthew 22:36-40, why is it love God first? Why love our neighbor? Who is our neighbor? How does the parable of the good Samaritan answer this question?
Matthew 22:42-46, Psalm 110 what do these tell us?
Matthew 23:3, is this true today? Why does Yeshua state this? How do we distinguish between what they say and their works?
Matthew 23:7-9, why does he say this? Is this instruction for the individual to say or the one that requires it? If there are no titles how does one show respect? Ultimately what is he trying to do? Why do some call other Christians brother or sister? Does this draw us closer together or put space between us?
Matthew 24:15, what is to be understood? What must one do based on this? Does this relate to 2 Thessalonians? What would be the temple in 2 Thessalonians? What stood in it and what mountain are we to flee to?
Matthew 24:20, when is winter and sabbath day? What does this point to? Why would this be undesirable?