Dr. Brown Answers Your Questions

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Why didn’t God warn Adam and Eve that Satan would tempt them, or create them so they wouldn’t sin? What are gender roles in society, outside of marriage? When Ezekial prophesied that Tyre would be destroyed, was this prophecy really fulfilled? Dr. Brown answers all these questions and more, and will be joined in the studio by VOR editor Marcus French!

Hour 1:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: There’s no question: the world is messed up, and has been since Adam fell. But there’s also no question: Jesus the Lord is working out a plan that is glorious and wonderful. Know Him, walk with Him, put Him first, and you’ll be blessed in this world and the world to come.

Hour 2:

Dr. Brown’s Bottom Line: Life is short, we’re only going to get to do it once. Stand for God, live for God, make a difference that will count for eternity. We’ve only got one opportunity to repay your debt of love to Jesus.

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  1. Isa 54:9 “This is like the days of Noah to me: as I swore that the waters of Noah should no more go over the earth, so I have sworn that I will not be angry with you, and will not rebuke you.”

    Is it legitimate for a New covenant believers to “claim”/”stand on”/”rest in”/”believe” this? Does it apply for New Covenant believers, and Israel AS THEY ENTER the covenant that the rest of us are already in? Or only to Israel as they are brought back to God (because the 1,000 year reign is afterwards, and then eternity)??

  2. As I was listening to the program, I heard the phraze “lower parts of the earth”.

    When I read Psalm 139:15 in the KJV, I realized that the term can be speaking of being formed in the womb, rather than where one’s body will go upon his death.

    When I see the phraze used in Eph 4:9, I wonder if Paul was speaking of the Lord’s being formed in the womb, rather than where his body went after his death on the cross, or even where he may have gone in the Spirit.

    I consider that the soul of the Lord is an eternal spirit.

    When David published the word in Psalm 68, so much of it speaks of Jesus which is not at all unusual to see happen. This he did by the grace of God that was given him. (Eph 4:7)

    We often see Christ speak through David in the Psalms as he published the word of God which came to him by the Spirit of God.

    It also seems to me that Eph 4:9 may be not only speaking of the Lord being formed in the womb, but also of his going forth in the Spirit prior to his ascention, which time may also include the times that David lived in.

  3. I believe there may be a sense in which the Church is the Israel of God, even as there is a sense in which there is a difference between Israel and the whole Church of God.

    I think it depends on what people mean by their words, that is, how they use them, and how they are to be interpreted.

    I remember how it’s been said that context is everything.

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