MedYC Q&A
As we encounter God in his Word, it will raise questions as our view of God, ourselves, and the world are all challenged. Do discuss these questions together - with your Bibles open - through the week. You can also ask your questions here for the Thursday night Q&A!
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25 days ago

Is it possible to balance ministry, medicine and motherhood at the same time? If so, how would you go about this?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Should we still expect to feel guilty if we’ve been cleansed by Jesus?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

In seminar 3, we saw that Hebrews 10 warns about trusting in the Old Covenant. But what about the people of God who were before Jesus? How are they saved if the blood of bulls and goats cannot save?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If God created us, and commanded us to worship him, does that in some way make him arrogant?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous

No

Revelation of John 4:11
“Worthy are You, our Lord and our God, to receive glory and honor and power; for You created all things, and because of Your will they existed, and were created.”

Psalm 148:5
“Let them praise the name of the Lord, For He commanded and they were created.”

God is perfect and without sin, and arrogance is a sin.

Worship of God is the right response to him who breathed life into us and made all of creation for His glory and good purpose.

Anonymous
Anonymous
27 days ago

What’s the difference between human sacrifice and the death penalty of the Old Testament for Jews who failed to live God’s way? Both are killing someone because my god told me to

Anonymous
Anonymous
26 days ago

If people like Moses, David etc are talked about as being saved/in heaven, does that mean that the old covanent was partially effective/not fully obsolete?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If you no longer believe in Christ, but once did, does that lead to un-sanctification?

Anonymous
Anonymous
26 days ago

If God was so concerned about people not worshipping the wrong items, why are there so many items involved in the tabernacle/temple?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If the new covanent is so much better than the old covanent is it “unjust” that it is easier for us to be saved than the Israelites?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

1. Sunday worship at church is the “high point” of worship of the week. Thoughts?
2. Is going to church that important if all of life is worship?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous

2. Hebrews 10:24-25

Proverbs 18:1
2 Tim 3:16
1 Thess 5:11
1 Cor 12:12

Anonymous
Anonymous
27 days ago

Is it possible to worship and acknowledge God and still have doubts about His goodness? Sometimes I wonder because I hear things like, “God allows miscarriages to happen and He killed so many children and babies, yet abortion is wrong?” and I get confused…

Anonymous
Anonymous
26 days ago

How do we reconcile God asking Abraham to sacrifice Isaac to the fact that He (rightly) hates child sacrifice? How could he ask Abraham to do something like that even as a test?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Hebrews 11:17-19?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Is it wrong to have doubts about the Bible/Jesus?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

I understand that I can only worship God because of what Jesus did. However, what does it practically look like to deal with and overcome guilt as I continually struggle with sin?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

what is the process of being conformed to the image of Christ? and should we be putting emphasis on it?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If the sacrificial system was not able to take away sins, hebrews 10:4, then how could a sinful/uncleansed people worship a holy God?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

how do i approach Christians who seemingly live a double life & how can i do this in love?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

how do we handle seemingly unfair situations that God allows in our lives/the lives of our loved ones? (eg cancer, monetary issues, family issues)

Anonymous
Anonymous
27 days ago

Is participating in mass a valid way of worship?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

What does it mean for ‘fear of the Lord’ to motivate our worship? Is fear a good motivator? Is there something better?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Who do Jews now worship that the new covenant is here?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

what does grace approach look like everyday in school, at home and with my friends?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

By no means:

Romans 6:1-2
“What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound? By no means! How can we who died to sin still live in it?”

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

How can we be worshipping God when we struggle with sin when sin is a rejection of God?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Additional reading for those interesting about the topic of choosing to continue living a life of willful sin, and how the bible warns us.

1 John 3:4-9
1 Cor 6:9-11
Hebrews 10:26
Romans 8:7
Galatians 5:16-18
Colossians 3:1-25
Galatians 5:19-21
Ephesians 5:5-6
1 John 1:9

Hope for temptations to sin can be found in
1 Cor 10:13

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Is it possible that the new covenant covers Adam and Eve?


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29 Questions
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Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Is it possible to balance ministry, medicine and motherhood at the same time? If so, how would you go about this?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Should we still expect to feel guilty if we’ve been cleansed by Jesus?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

In seminar 3, we saw that Hebrews 10 warns about trusting in the Old Covenant. But what about the people of God who were before Jesus? How are they saved if the blood of bulls and goats cannot save?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If God created us, and commanded us to worship him, does that in some way make him arrogant?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous

No

Revelation of John 4:11
“Worthy are You, our Lord and our God, to receive glory and honor and power; for You created all things, and because of Your will they existed, and were created.”

Psalm 148:5
“Let them praise the name of the Lord, For He commanded and they were created.”

God is perfect and without sin, and arrogance is a sin.

Worship of God is the right response to him who breathed life into us and made all of creation for His glory and good purpose.

Anonymous
Anonymous
27 days ago

What’s the difference between human sacrifice and the death penalty of the Old Testament for Jews who failed to live God’s way? Both are killing someone because my god told me to

Anonymous
Anonymous
26 days ago

If people like Moses, David etc are talked about as being saved/in heaven, does that mean that the old covanent was partially effective/not fully obsolete?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If you no longer believe in Christ, but once did, does that lead to un-sanctification?

Anonymous
Anonymous
26 days ago

If God was so concerned about people not worshipping the wrong items, why are there so many items involved in the tabernacle/temple?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If the new covanent is so much better than the old covanent is it “unjust” that it is easier for us to be saved than the Israelites?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

1. Sunday worship at church is the “high point” of worship of the week. Thoughts?
2. Is going to church that important if all of life is worship?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous

2. Hebrews 10:24-25

Proverbs 18:1
2 Tim 3:16
1 Thess 5:11
1 Cor 12:12

Anonymous
Anonymous
27 days ago

Is it possible to worship and acknowledge God and still have doubts about His goodness? Sometimes I wonder because I hear things like, “God allows miscarriages to happen and He killed so many children and babies, yet abortion is wrong?” and I get confused…

Anonymous
Anonymous
26 days ago

How do we reconcile God asking Abraham to sacrifice Isaac to the fact that He (rightly) hates child sacrifice? How could he ask Abraham to do something like that even as a test?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago
Reply to  Anonymous

Hebrews 11:17-19?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Is it wrong to have doubts about the Bible/Jesus?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

I understand that I can only worship God because of what Jesus did. However, what does it practically look like to deal with and overcome guilt as I continually struggle with sin?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

what is the process of being conformed to the image of Christ? and should we be putting emphasis on it?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

If the sacrificial system was not able to take away sins, hebrews 10:4, then how could a sinful/uncleansed people worship a holy God?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

how do i approach Christians who seemingly live a double life & how can i do this in love?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

how do we handle seemingly unfair situations that God allows in our lives/the lives of our loved ones? (eg cancer, monetary issues, family issues)

Anonymous
Anonymous
27 days ago

Is participating in mass a valid way of worship?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

What does it mean for ‘fear of the Lord’ to motivate our worship? Is fear a good motivator? Is there something better?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Who do Jews now worship that the new covenant is here?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

what does grace approach look like everyday in school, at home and with my friends?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

By no means:

Romans 6:1-2
“What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound? By no means! How can we who died to sin still live in it?”

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

How can we be worshipping God when we struggle with sin when sin is a rejection of God?

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Additional reading for those interesting about the topic of choosing to continue living a life of willful sin, and how the bible warns us.

1 John 3:4-9
1 Cor 6:9-11
Hebrews 10:26
Romans 8:7
Galatians 5:16-18
Colossians 3:1-25
Galatians 5:19-21
Ephesians 5:5-6
1 John 1:9

Hope for temptations to sin can be found in
1 Cor 10:13

Anonymous
Anonymous
25 days ago

Is it possible that the new covenant covers Adam and Eve?

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