Is it possible to make a full surrender to God? Listen to Pastor David Guzik (Enduring Word Ministry) answer this and many other questions in this video. The other questions answered in this episode are (list courtesy from David Guzik’s YouTube Channel):

  • Is there a connection between the Lord’s day in Rev 1,10 and the Sabbath?
  • Who were the women that Cain, Abel and Seth got children with when they were the only humans on earth at the time?
  • How can someone break the bad habit of spending too much time on social media?
  • What does Paul mean when he says we should not grieve the Holy Spirit as new people in God?
  • Can you explain 2 Samuel 28,15 when the witch of Endor brought up Samuel from the dead?
  • What are your thoughts on taking children to “adult” church services?
  • Muslims say their name means “surrender to god.” Who are they suggesting they are surrendering to?
  • How can someone manage anxiety/mental health through the word of God?
  • How does one know that he/she has blasphemed against the Holy Spirit?
  • Does “inherit the kingdom of God” in Gal 5,21 refer to an eternal reward or to salvation and why?
It is possible to make a full surrender to God? Q&A with David Guzik

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