You’ve Got Questions, We’ve Got Answers

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Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Jesus has given us a high and lofty calling.  He has called us into that which is naturally impossible for man; but with God, all things are possible.  Therefore we take hold of His grace, and as Smith Wigglesworth said,

As we think about that which is pure, we become pure.  As we think about that which is holy, we become holy.  And as we think about our Lord Jesus Christ, we become like Him.  We are changed into the likeness of the object on which our gaze is fixed.

So let us fix our eyes on Him.  As we do, we will be changed, many around us will be changed, and God will be glorified.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: We have nothing to fear. Don’t fear questions, difficulties, skeptics, mockers, or questions that come up when you study the scriptures for yourself; the foundations of God are 100% secure.  God is our eternal fortress and rock, and as we look to Him and lean on Him, all things will work out in accordance with His glorious plan.  Let us stand firm in God, rejoicing and full of faith!

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15 Comments
  1. Ron would like you to address alcohol within the church and leaders of churches. Is there a black and white answer? Drinking in moderation? Acceptable for church members but not leaders? We’re facing this over and over again in the Latin American culture and leaders in the churches.
    Thank you for your ministry!

  2. I jumped in late listening on line. The first thing I heard was the “I don’t know” answers. It was so refreshing and a wonderful teaching moment. Thank you.

  3. I haven’t listened to this yet, but I know we can know that the Bible is God’s word as we try it for ourself.

    Jesus said the peacemakers are blessed. (Matthew 5) Did you ever plead a cause that was just, or ask for mercy when the time was right? How did that feel?

    Jesus said it was more blessed to give than to receive. Did you ever squeeze a deflated soccer ball into a small box (along with some needles and a small hand pump) and send it to a 12 year old boy in another country who sent you a picture of a ball? Did you ever tell God that you should have done something a long time ago?

    Did you ever look at a drawing a child sent you in the mail and write back, telling him what it reminded you of what God has done?

    There are so many ways to know that the Bible is God’s word. It just has to be tried like Jesus said.(John 7:17)

    I’ve been saved once and I’ve been saved again.
    I want to live in salvation. I hope to forever abide in Jesus.

    I can’t prove to anyone that the Bible is true. There are some things we have to do for ourselves.

  4. I notice in Genesis 2:9 (what looks like to me to be) a difference among the trees. I’m certain that many of them grew out of the ground.

    God is able to save us from the tree of knowledge of good and evil and to give us access to the tree of life. He also lets us eat of every tree that is good to eat of.

    I’m reminded of Job 5:6.

  5. Dear Dr. Brown: Greetings in the name of the Lord Jesus Christ! In the interest of time (I am on the library’s computer as my home computer is down), I will just refer to the Scriptural question and believe that you know where it is located in the Bible (possibly in Jeremiah). I believe that when the Bible says that God cannot lie, and when it is stated that Jesus knew no sin, this means that it is TOTALLY out of the character of the Lord to do so, and NOT out of His ABILITY to do so. Although James does say that the Lord cannot be tempted with evil, and the Bible does say in Psalm 121 that the Lord doesn’t get weary or sleep, yet we know that Jesus Christ in His INCARNATE state indeed got weary (John 4 – Samaritan woman’s story) and slept. If God indeed had NO ABILITY to do any sin, how can we say that He is OMNIPOTENT? The Lord God bless and fill you and yours,

    His daughter servant,
    Sis. Maxine R. Gladden

  6. Can we say that when speaking of God, the one true God who is over all (over the Lord Jesus also) that he is the Father, and that when speaking of all that is called God (Jesus, the holy spirit, the Father, even the spoken word, the truth) that we might talk about the interaction of such and say that though these things are many things, (some of them beings) that together they can be spoken of as being one?

  7. And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams: Acts 2:17

    Dr. Brown’s radio ministry has grown to be very instrumental in furtherance of God’s will in these very turbulent times, therefore it is my desire that allowances will be made for when one has been given a prophecy from the Lord. It has been shown to me that the US forces and their allies will not be successful in their military campaign against Libya. We are moving towards the fulfillment of Micah 4:3, and no military powers regardless of how mighty their weaponry may be will stop the coming reality of this verse…

    And he shall judge among many people, and rebuke strong nations afar off; and they shall beat their swords into plowshares, and their spears into pruninghooks: nation shall not lift up a sword against nation, neither shall they learn war any more. Micah 4:3

  8. I would place Micah 4:3 as finding it’s fulfillment when the Lord returns and it is descriptive of the Millennial Kingdom of Messiah and not before then.

  9. Hello dr. Brown,
    the listener who was asking about the song “Shalom aleychem” was maybe thinking about the famous Shabat hymn of cabalistic origin (which is based on Talmud teaching that 2 angels accompany people on their way back home from synagogue on Shabat eve) rather than the famous psalm you’ve played. Nu, what about this one?

  10. Great question Eric. Great answer DR Brown.

    Moses did not enter the promise land. Hoping that information will be a good seed planted in the Jewish people to make them realize that they should not exalt Moses over the Lord.

    It reminds me of how the Muslim religion exalts Mohammad over their god.

  11. correction…Didn’t mean to say that the Jewish people think Moses is above God but that they think of Moses as a perfect human being, without sin.

  12. Dr. Brown,

    Cool name by the way, as a seminary student, I’m beginning to see a trend back to reformed theology. Often, I feel left out of “the fold” because I don’t hold to all main points of Calvinism. Most of the books we read are Calvinistic, therefore, I feel like I have to read in between the lines. Do you know of any books relating to the atonement or other areas of Christian doctrine that is not so enamored w/ Calvinism? Thanx. Blessings

    Mike Brown

  13. Debbie Fraser; said
    “It reminds me of how the Muslim religion exalts Mohammad over their god.”

    Just to set the record straight; NO MUSLIM WOULD EVER EXALT ANY PROPHET INCLUDING MUHAMMED (PBUH)ABOVE THE “SUPREME CREATOR,” for this is heretical and would make you a disbeliever.

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