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We Learn by Asking


Jesus said;  “Ask and you shall receive, seek and you shall find, knock and the door shall be opened to you.”   Mathew 7:7


How are we ever going to learn, if we don’t ask questions?  How can we find the truth, if we don’t seek the truth?

At the bottom of this page, or any page, you can ask any spiritual question you would like, and I will be sure to respond to you with the answers that come directly from the bible.  You will never get my opinions, but rather, I will show you what the bible says on the subject.  That way you will have the opportunity to learn from God Himself, and not from me or anyone else.  God speaks to us in the bible, and we can therefore trust the words of the bible.

“For no prophecy was ever made by an act of human will, but men moved by the Holy Spirit, spoke from God.”   2 Peter 1:21.

“Seeing that His divine power has granted to us everything pertaining to life and godliness, through the true knowledge of Him who called us by His own glory and excellence.”   2 Peter 1:3.


It’s all right there in the bible, and it’s all from the God of heaven!

Let us help you find the answers to all your questions, from God’s own word.






This article has 2 Comments

  1. A friend says Constatine removed some books from the Bible because they were not needed. I said the Bible is the complete word of God. How would you answer?

    1. It would seem to me that if you were going to make a claim that certain books were removed from the bible, then you would have to specify which books you are referring to, and then give reason for their removal. You mentioned that the claim was that the books “were not needed”, but why would certain books not have been needed? Constantine would have been claiming that he knew better than the first and second century Christians which books were accepted as inspired by God, and therefore “needed”. I’ve personally never heard this claim. We know that books have been added, by the Roman Catholic church, later on, and those books remain in Catholic bibles today. Has anyone ever specified a particular book as having been removed by Constantine? I have a question for you. Does anyone in your family spell your last name “Murphree” instead of “Mirphree”? I have a friend who spells their name “Murphree”.

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