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Bible Answers To Spiritual Questions,  From God’s Word


In the pages of the bible, you’ll find the answers to all your Spiritual questions.  And an important fact to remember, is that those answers will be found ONLY in the bible.  If I or anyone else has the correct answer to any Spiritual question, it’s because we’ve obtained that answer, from God’s holy word.  My opinion doesn’t matter, and with all due respect, no one else’s matters either.  The word of God is all that matters, but that’s OK, because the word of God is  “the power of salvation to all those who believe..”  Romans 1:16


This website is brought to you by the body of Christ, in Buffalo Wyoming.  It’s our sincere hope and prayer that you will view this site with the intention of allowing God to speak to you through His word, and to provide all the answers to your Spiritual questions.  And we also pray that you’ll be inclined to open up your own bibles daily, and explore the wisdom of God, through the pages of the Holy Scriptures.




After all, “No prophecy of scripture is of any man’s own interpretation, for no prophecy was ever made by an act of human will, but men moved by the Holy spirit, spoke from God!”  2 Pet 1:20


Since that is the case, that the scriptures, the holy bible, is the inspired word of God…


“For this reason, we must pay much closer attention to what we have heard, lest we drift away from it!”  Heb 2:1 

“How shall we escape, if we neglect so great a salvation?”  Heb 2:3


Please leave your questions or comments at the bottom of any page.  If you would like to engage in a personal bible study, just click on this link to “On-Line Bible Study” and we will be diligent to respond quickly, and set up a study with you at your convenience.


Even if you don’t have a question, please feel free to just leave us your comments.  We’d love to hear from you.


To get started viewing answers from God’s word,  just click on the title at the top of this

page, or click on   “Articles & Sermons – Index”  for a list of all the articles on this website. 


You’ll also find some posts on those pages that are not “answers” to specific questions, but rather are just “good bible lessons”.  Two examples of this are   “THE PARABLES OF THE VINYARD”    and   THE EXAMPLE OF FAITH”.   Be sure to read these bible lessons, along with all of the “Bible Answers to Spiritual Questions”.


Another page of interest will be  “SPIRITUAL THOUGHTS”.   This page is a directory for many short but powerful lessons from God’s word.  It’s intended for the reader to focus on one of these lessons each week, and as you go through that week, to try to apply that lesson to your life, and to pattern your life as closely as possible to God’s will, and to “Walk humbly with your God”  (Micah 6:8)  throughout every week.   How blessed you’ll be for doing so.


And Now,

May the grace of Jesus Christ, and the love of God, and the fellowship of the Holy Spirit, be with you all.  Amen”  2 Cor 13:14









This article has 10 Comments

  1. Hi Jim, I’m a bit of a rebel/rogue Catholic, more or less, because I have an insatiable curiosity about everything and I’m very open to different interpretations which I find fascinating. I am an avid “Ancient Aliens” (on the History Channel) fan and since watching have bought & currently reading the Book of Enoch.
    I am also a huge fan of old churches & my bucket list would be full of old churches & temples from all over the world. 2 years ago I went to Rome of course went to Vatican City ( it was incredible!) and was even able to visit the necropolis underneath and see where St Peter’s bones were. I cant even remember how many churches I visited in the 8 days we were there but every single one of them left me in complete awe. I returned home to the US with such a full heart and huge smile on my face.

    1. History is fascinating isn’t it. I’d like someday to visit Israel and all the sites that you read about in the bible. To walk the same roads that Jesus walked, how incredible! I understand that those old church buildings are really something to see. The Catholics in particular have spent millions of dollars on buildings. That has been the source of a lot of criticism over the centuries. People say that you could probably feed the world many times over with all the money that’s wrapped up in buildings. Not exactly how Christ did things is it? The bible says He didn’t even have a place to lay His head. You were fortunate to have been able to see all those things though. When you say that your a bit of a rebel/rogue Catholic, do you mean that you were raised Catholic, but don’t practice Catholicism yourself? What are your beliefs about God? I’d love to hear. Please visit again and tell me more of yourself. In the mean time, I pray that you’ll be motivated to study His word. May God bless you, Jim.

      1. HI JIM! Born & raised Catholic, just have a brain that is always thinking & exploring and refuse to stop because someone in a political church position says so, or they change the rules etc etc etc. I prefer to believe purely simple, the way I believe God intended. in other words I don’t buy much into a lot of hype the church builds. For example: the Renaissance era when the church was losing its grip ( & money) they started the whole “Doom & Gloom ” era to scare people back to the church. That is NOT was God ever intended, it was totally a man made tactic to gain back power.
        I suppose that is my easy way of explaining it. hahha I LOVE church history & going to Rome was a present from my Mom for my 50th birthday. We were planning this trip for years with the original intent was to do a Holy Tour but then the opportunity came up with a church group my mom is involved with that had 2 openings for the Rome trip: Only $1800 for 8 days EVERYTHING included except lunch!!! I actually came home with money! It was also her way of getting to pay for everything & I couldn’t argue hahaha. The priest that led the group had studied in Rome you 7-8 years so was our personal tour guide. He also had a LOT of friends, including the Arch Bishop of St Francis!!! AND he got us tickets to see the Necropolis under the Vatican ( normally a 6 month waiting list) AND seats to see the Pope AND our own private mass, & lunch, with the Arch Bishop in the “Old Chapel” of St Francis!!!! Oh there is so much more but I would be here all day. It was truly a magical and very spiritual trip that I was especially fortunate to be able to attend. Oh yeah… I also help teach our 8th grade Confirmation class…I’m on my 12th year! Believe me, I am one very humble ( well, kind of) & Blessed Catholic girl!!!! Talk to you again soon!! Donna

        1. Hi Donna. I’m glad to here that you had such a wonderful time in Rome. It’s good that you question things. We should never be satisfied just because some person says something. We always need to go to the bible and see what God says on the subject. That’s what I’m striving to do here, to get people to look to the bible, for all the answers to any question they might have. There are so many man-made doctrines that people don’t know what is right and what is wrong. But if they would only go directly to the bible, and BELIEVE what God says, then we could have religious unity as God intended. Are you interested in a bible study? For me, studying the bible is the most interesting thing in the world. Jesus said that the words that He has spoken will judge us on the last day. So what could be more important than to know what His words are? Not to just take a man’s word for it, but to take God’s word for it. I think that if you read various articles on this website, you’ll be surprised at what the bible really says about many topics. It’s not at all what man says, and it’s not what man teaches in all his various “doctrines”. May God bless you in your everyday life, and especially in your efforts to know the truth. Jim

  2. Hi Jim,

    I enjoyed what I read so far here. I THINK this sight will help people who are searching. I’m afraid I won’t be attending your services. It would be a rather long drive from central PA.

    I will come back another day to read some of the other articles. I am also a pastor, so I like to read other people’s take on God’s precious word.


    1. Hello Jeannie, thanks for visiting. I’m glad you found the site and liked what you read. I realize of course that we all will not all see everything exactly alike, but I’m equally convinced that we are obligated to God, to try to learn more and more each day, so that we CAN agree and so that we all can do His will. I also like to read other peoples take on God’s word. I believe that many times we can learn from each other. I know that in studying certain subjects, I have read comments from people of different denominations, that actually differ from what I believe, but nonetheless, I have found some great insights from some of these people which have helped me to more fully understand the subject that I was studying. Are you affiliated with a particular denomination, or do you consider yourself to be non-denominational?

      1. We are non-denominational. Our pastor teaches directly from God’s word. I would imagine our doctrine is very similar to yours. In any case, I am with you. We can learn from each other even if our doctrine is a little different. The important thing is believing that Christ died on the cross, as a sacrificial lamb, (potentially) for the sins of all mankind. I inserted the word potentially; because, though salvation is a free gift, it can be refused. It was wonderful reading what you have written here. I pray that your site will be a light to all who enter here.

        1. True Christianity is absolutely NON-denominational. That’s why the apostle Paul rebukes the Corinthians for having allowed division to enter their congregation. With some saying I am of Paul, and I am of Apollos, I am od Cephas, etc. 1 Cor 1:10 ff. And that’s why we do need to all be willing to study together so we can talk about the things that we see differently. Some things of course are a matter of personal preference and as some say, expediency. But certainly other things are commands of God which require strict adherence to. But if we can just talk about these things, and as the bible says in Isaiah 1:18, “Come now, let us reason together , says the Lord”. When we do “reason together”, it must be with the Lord”. So our reasoning must be with God’s word, not just our own opinions. Thanks so much for your comments and your kind words.
          Unfortunately we do know that just because “salvation has appeared to all men”, all men won’t be saved, because as you said, most people won’t accept that salvation. But another thing we can join together in, is prayer for all souls. God bless you Jeannie.

  3. Hi, this is Jan. I just wanted to tell you how much I like your website. I hope many people will learn God’s word from here. Thanks

    1. Thanks Jan for your comment. We also hope that there will be many who find our site and can profit from the Bible Answers to Spiritual Questions.

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