Episode 513 Show Notes
From the Show
The discipline of God is always rooted in the love of God. And it’s meant to bring us closer to Jesus, to see the heinousness of our sins, but the goodness of our God and his love in disciplining us and keeping us when we go astray.
Questions in this Episode
1. Since the start of this COVID pandemic, my husband and I have not attended church. He has health issues which makes him high-risk, and I don’t want to bring this disease home to him. I still support my church with my tithes and offerings, and I’m listening to services and Bible studies through Bott Radio. But I am fearful of bringing this disease home and hurting my family, and I fear my not going to church is showing a lack of faith in God. I love the Lord and am doing what I can to stay in the Word and in prayer. My heart is grieved over this. I would appreciate your insight.
2. How did Judas Iscariot, who Jesus called a son of perdition and a devil, cast out demons if Jesus said Satan cannot cast out Satan?
3. If you have tattoos, is that looked down on in this day and age that we live in?
4. What does the bible mean in Hebrews 12:6 when it speaks of God disciplining those He loves? How does God discipline us today?
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From Today’s Show:
Pastor Adriel and his family enjoying Zion National Park.