Your word is a lamp
for my feet and a light
for my path.
Psalms 119:105

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and various teachers as they interpret scriptures for us. What we accept as truth must be open to reason (James 3:17). This interactive website explores five Bible questions. Each question has a “YES” and a “NO” answer. You can't pick the wrong answer, because both answers are correct. Find out how much you know about these Bible truths by clicking on either the YES or the NO links (or both). Let's begin...


Q1. Is there only one God?
YES There is only one Almighty God and He has revealed himself as a unitary being. The first cause, Jehovah (Yaweh) by name Deut. 6:4,5. Before him there is no other. He is from everlasting to everlasting Ps. 90:2. He will not share his glory with any other. Find out more about this one true Almighty God.
NO The Bible teaches us that there are other gods. None that are equal to the Almighty God, but these are gods nonetheless. Jesus refers to those that would become the bride of Christ as gods, Moses is said to have been made as a god to pharaoh, and the Adversary is alluded to be the god of this age. Psalms tells us that Jehovah will be worshipped among the gods! These cannot be “false gods” since this would be considered blasphemous. All are true “lesser gods”. We need a correct understanding for the definition of the word “god”.
Q2. Do we really live after we die?
YES The Bible teaches that all the dead will rise again in due time. Jesus died that all may have life and that more abundantly.
NO Many teach that a person becomes more alive at the moment of death. Satan told our first parents that they would never die. Has this lie found its way into popular religious thought in the form of a “life at death” philosophy? What does the Bible say about death and the soul?
Q3. Are we only allowed to worship God?
YES The Bible teaches that Jehovah alone must be worshiped as Almighty God. Jehovah will not share His glory with any other. The worship of another as Almighty God is considered idolatry.
NO Others can and will be worshipped according to the Bible. Jesus tells us in Revelation that he will cause all humanity to bow down and worship before the overcomers, the true church. Abraham worshipped the three angels. Jesus is to be worshipped as the Son of God. We need to understand the definition for the word 'worship' and how it applies to Jehovah God and the rest of his creation.
Q4. Is today the only day of salvation?
YES The Bible teaches that only those that are called of God can come to Christ and be saved. So for these, today is the day of salvation. The Bible says that there is a special salvation to those that believe today.
NO The Bible talks about a narrow way that leads to life where few find it, but it also talks of a highway where many will travel on it. Billions of people have lived and have never heard of the only name under heaven to receive salvation. Yet the Bible tells us that God would have all to be saved and come to a knowledge of the truth. It also speaks about Jesus being the light that enlightens all that come into the world. How can this be today, the gospel age, when many have died not knowing about Jesus?
Q5. Will we go to heaven after we die?
YES During the gospel age, God is calling out individuals to become part of his church to rule and reign with Christ. These will be on the throne with Christ in heaven (Acts 15:14).
NO Most believe that there are only two options after death, heaven or hell. However, the Bible speaks of a third, a perfect earth as a result of the restitution of all things back to the way it was in the garden of Eden. Many are called by God (not all) and only few are chosen. Those not called by God during this Gospel age will not go to heaven, but does this really mean they will go to a fiery hell? What does the Bible say about the restitution of all things?