"Now therefore, you are no longer strangers and foreigners, but fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God, having been built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, Jesus Christ Himself being the chief cornerstone."
Through this foundation of the apostles and prophets flow the Holy Scripture and all doctrine bringing forth a strong, Holy Spirit-filled, spiritual building which is the body of our Lord Jesus Christ with Him being the Corner Stone and a part of this united gift.
The Southern Diocese's "Questions & Answers" Web site has been designed to help you become that strong, Holy Spirit-filled, spiritual building. Therefore, any questions concerning spiritual struggles and spiritual issues such as repentance, prayer, fasting, and participation in the sacramental life of the church are for this website to provide help with.
"O Gracious Master, infuse in our hearts the spotless light of Thy Divine Wisdom and open the eyes of our mind that we may understand the teachings of Thy Gospels."
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- It is said that the devil rebelled against God in heaven. But since heaven is said to be perfect and without sin, then how was it possible for Lucifer to rebel? (Added 08/31/2014)
- In the Old Testament, Moses fasted without food or water for 40 days several times. How is this possible? If we fast for even 3 days without water or food, we'll probably faint. If this is possible, why is fasting different now in the Church? We can eat vegan. Why don't we completely sustain from food? (Added 08/31/2014)
- Is it blasphemy to call St. Mary the mother of God? God was never begotten and never made. What is the best title to announce St. Mary? Are we blaspheming God by proclaiming St. Mary to be the mother of our God? (Added 08/31/2014)
- Regarding a prophecy book I read, it claimed that the major prophets of the Old Testament, e.g., Isaiah and Ezekiel speak about the end of time and Muslim nations. I read them in context and they speak about things that are to happen shortly. Would you agree with me that the Books of Isaiah and Ezekiel are prophecies of the near future of their time or the future? (Added 08/31/2014)
- I love Bible prophecy and I came across a lot of YouTube videos. I sometimes come into debates with atheists and Muslims especially about this. Is it a sin to judge someone according to what the Bible says? For example, saying, "You are going to hell (the Bible says it)órepent. The Lord Jesus Christ is your Savior. You know nothing but death, sorrow, and anguish." (Added 08/31/2014)
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