Question: Many people today work for 5 days and rest on the other 2 days of the week. Even if we are no longer under the Old Testament Law; is it a contradiction to God’s design, where the people were supposed to work for 6 days (Exodus 20:9) and rest for 1 day weekly? Answer:…

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Question: I was reading some articles on your church web site, one concerning paying preachers, written by Terry Benton. I was trying to find New Testament scripture for continuing to pay a retired preacher, I guess like retirement for years of service. I am wanting the Bible to be my guide, not my heart. Any thoughts?…

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Question: Currently at my place of work I have homosexual couples doing things that really disturb me.  Is there not something wrong with homosexual couples adopting children, or female homosexual couples being able to get in-vitro fertilization to have children?  I really desire to voice my opinion but I know that I will be the…

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Question: My wife recently was thinking of changing jobs, going back to working at a tanning salon she once worked at. The owners want her to be the store manager and take on more roles than when she worked there before. She brought something up to me tonight that bothered and upset me. One of…

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Question: In II Thessalonians 3:10-12 it says if we won’t work neither should we eat. I always feel bad because I can’t work anymore. My wife and I are disabled and I can hardly count all the diseases I have and move only in a powerchair. Should we turn down any request to eat at…

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Question: You say that everyone must work, but what about those that cannot work because of a disability or ones that cannot find work? I do not have any working background, and when I looked for a job nobody would hire me because of it. And what about the ones who have been laid off?…

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Question: I have been asked by my employer to work more hours since they laid off other employees.  Is there anything against doing this in the Bible, if it means having less time with my young son and wife?  This will not be overtime as I am a salaried employee. Answer: As a salaried employee,…

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