Who is the 1st Beast of Revelation 13?

Many may have read this passage but was unclear to the meaning of it. The book of Revelation is ofcourse written in symbols as stated in Revelation 1:1 by the word signified, which means to put into symbols.We will identify in this study the real meaning of this symbolic language.
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Is Homosexuality a Sin?

Homosexuality, a term created by 19th century theorist to describe a sexual and emotional interest in someone of the same sex. Homosexuality existed all the way in biblical times, and still does today. Today, a person is often said to have a homosexual or a bisexual orientation which is a romantic or sexual attraction to the same sex, or both sexes. A survey of 190 societies around the world (1951) reported that homosexual practices were considered acceptable behavior in approximately 70% of them. But is homosexuality an acceptable practice to God? Is homosexuality a sin towards our Maker? Let us walk through the bible, as we get bible answers to this frequently asked question!
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How can we trust God?

Every day we are placed in situations where we are required to put our trust in others. It is very difficult to trust someone we do not know or do not know of, but we do put our trust in them at times. Do you trust your mechanic, that they will do an honest job? Do you trust your manager that he will do what he promises? Do you trust your pastor, that he is telling you the full truth? The Easiest individuals to trust are those we know very closely, for we have many experiences with them, and know if they will fulfill their promise or not.
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Should a Christian wear make up and/or jewelry?

A frequently asked question, or I should say, a hot button in Christianity, whether a Christian man or woman becoming of modesty should wear makeup and/or jewelry. In this postmodern age, it is almost as if when you touch someone’s preferences, you do not have love. The church have gone into a state of relativism, rather than the self denial that Jesus speaks about in Matthew 16:24, “If any man will come after me, let him deny himself, and take up his cross, and follow me.” We should not be asking, what is the least that I can do to be saved, but rather, what can I do to please my Lord. If it is not church  policy, but a biblical principle, a self-denying Christian should not have a problem with obeying a thus saith the Lord.

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Is Masturbation normal, is it a sin?

Masturbation, is often referred to as a normal, and natural action, males and females, especially in their teenage years perform. In 2009 the UK government joined the Netherlands and other European nations in encouraging teens to masturbate at least daily. A Large percentage young males and also men are engaged in this action habitually where it now becomes part of their lifestyle; a Weekly or daily routine. Alfred Kinsey’s 1950s Studies on US population have shown that 92% of men and 62% of women have masturbated during their lifespan. Thomas Szasz states the shift in scientific consensus as “Masturbation: the primary sexual activity of mankind. In the nineteenth century it was a disease; in the twentieth, it’s a cure.” As bible believing Christians, we are to base our lives on “thus saith the Lord” and not “thus saith Science”, What does the bible teach us about masturbation; is it a sin?
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Is sprinkling a biblical mode of baptism?

Sprinkling of water or aspersian, is used as an alternate mode of baptism. This act is also performed as a reminder for people of their baptism, such as the renewal of baptismal vows performed by the Roman Catholic Church on Easter. “The church (Roman Catholic) at one time practiced immersion. This was up to the thirteenth century. The Council of Ravenna, in 1311, changed the form from immersion to pouring.” (Our Faith and the Facts, p. 399). Many other religions have adopted this mode of baptism, especially for infants. Is sprinkling the biblical mode of baptism?
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Who/what is the stone of Daniel 2?

A very simple yet complex passage that has one to wonder at the meaning of the stone in Daniel Two. Previous in this chapter, we saw Kingdom after kingdom, rise and fall, but the stone seem to be the last to stand. The daniel and revelation are books written in symbols, so the carnal mind will not understand those things which are spiritual. May we pray in our hearts that the Lord might reveal the meaning of Daniel’s dream to us all.

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Was the earth created in six literal days?

Many scholars are now debating whether the creation account was literal days or not, in order to prove the earth to be billions of years and other scientific theories. This belief tends more towards the evolution side, counteracting biblical truths the Lord has established in the beginning. We will allow the bible to answer this question!
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Does Romans 14 teach it is ok to eat unclean foods?

Many now believe, Christians are no longer forbidden to eat unclean meats which is pronounced as an abomination unto God in Leviticus 11 and Deuteronomy 14. We will use romans 14 out of context to prove this theology; but is that really what Paul was conveying to us?
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Was the commandments nailed to the cross?

The commandments is nailed to the cross is almost a universal cry within Protestantism today. From the clergy down to the regular member, all excuse themselves from keeping the law of God. However, ideologies, being popular,  does not make it right. But some seeker of truth might be asking, what does this text really mean? What does the bible teach?

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