In this life journey there are many frequently asked questions (faqs). Asking questions opens the way for the truth to be found. Over the centuries the loss of God’s intended meaning of His love story the Bible has resulted in many different interpretations of scripture, causing misunderstandings and disunity.
The Creator God was, is, and is to come, a relational God in perfect relationship with Himself. The Father, the Son and Holy Spirit are in complete oneness. One God who does everything out of love.
Journey through our faqs to discover the answers to key questions and receive a greater revelation of His love, truth, and power. To ask a question not yet included please use our contact> form. Your input and feedback is valued.
Why is there evil?
God is the source of all things good. He created a perfect world. In the beginning God gave the first man and woman equal dominion over all the earth. God gave them everything to live victoriously with Him in His perfect world of love, peace and no evil.
What is salvation?
The love of God is so great that in a moment of human history, God Himself chose to become the eternal sacrifice. God the Father sent the Son, who became flesh and blood, walked the earth as a man, revealed the love of the Father, and on the cross took upon His body all the evil and all the offences of humanity.
What is judgement?
In this life each person has a choice. Deliverance from judgement is determined by choice of identity and allegiance. Jesus the Son of God, at the appointed time by God the Father, will return to earth and judge the living and the dead.
Who is Jesus?
Is Jesus a prophet or just a man, the saviour of the world or just a myth, the Son of the one true God or one of many gods? What if… He is God? Imagine… Jesus the Son of God, the divine light, the very essence of God, the Lord of eternity and destiny, the prince of peace, the glory of God, the beginning and the end…
What is God’s will?
God’s saving purpose planned from before the beginning of time is to gather together in one all things, in heaven and earth, in Jesus, under His rule and reign. He does everything out of love to reconcile, restore and renew all things to Himself. He is relational, intimate, and personal. In a moment of human history…
Who are saved?
All who choose to receive and believe Jesus’ eternal flesh and blood sacrifice of Himself are saved. They become a child of God, born of Spirit having received His Spirit within, destined for eternal life, and saved from evil, death and darkness. As a child of God whose identity is in Jesus, they will never be cast out.
What is the unforgivable offence?
Jesus talks about the unforgivable offence in Mark 12:31-32. ‘Assuredly, I say to you, all sins will be forgiven the sons of men, and whatever blasphemies they may utter; but he who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit never has forgiveness, but is subject to…’
What is the Kingdom of God?
The image of the Kingdom of God is important in understanding the message and ministry of Jesus and the role of His disciples in His healing mission. This image builds on those of kingly rule found in the Old Testament and is the fulfilment of end times prophecies. Kingdom means both the right to rule and the territory…
Why no transformation?
God gives everyone a free choice, including all those who have received Him. God does not interfere with anyone’s will. If God’s people are not willing to ‘give over’ or surrender their selfish desires of power and control to the Father’s will, there is a blockage to experiencing the transforming power of the Spirit of God.
What is making disciples?
Making disciples of Jesus is God’s strategy in fulfilling His plan. God so loves. He gives every disciple a part in His mission to reconcile, restore and renew all things to Himself. Jesus tells His disciples in Matthew 28:18-20 “All authority has been given to Me in heaven and on earth. Go therefore and make disciples…
What brings sorrow to the Holy Spirit?
The Holy Spirit dwells within all who receive and believe Jesus’ sacrifice of Himself. His Spirit is a spirit of oneness and unity. Ephesians 1:9-10 reveals God’s plan of oneness in Jesus. God is a relational God of love, harmony and peace. God cares about our relationship with Him and each other. In Ephesians 4:25-32…
What is lying to the Holy Spirit?
Lying to the Holy Spirit is a matter of life and death. Acts 5:1-11 speaks about ownership and allegiance. Ananias and Sapphira lied directly to the Holy Spirit in claiming to be saved or sealed with the Holy Spirit, when they were not. Ananias and Sapphira deliberately gave their allegiance to satan. They took on the moral character of the one who is behind…