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Do Christians have to obey the laws of the land?
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Answer:
Romans 13:1-7 states, “Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which God has established. The authorities that exist have been established by God. Consequently, he who rebels against the authority is rebelling against what God has instituted, and those who do so will bring judgment on themselves. For rulers hold no terror for those who do right, but for those who do wrong. Do you want to be free from fear of the one in authority? Then do what is right and he will commend you. For he is God's servant to do you good. But if you do wrong, be afraid, for he does not bear the sword for nothing. He is God's servant, an agent of wrath to bring punishment on the wrongdoer. Therefore, it is necessary to submit to the authorities, not only because of possible punishment but also because of conscience. This is also why you pay taxes, for the authorities are God's servants, who give their full time to governing. Give everyone what you owe him: If you owe taxes, pay taxes; if revenue, then revenue; if respect, then respect; if honor, then honor.”

This passage makes it abundantly clear that we are to obey the government God places over us. God created government to establish order, punish evil, and promote justice (
Genesis 9:6; 1 Corinthians 14:33; Romans 12:8). We are to obey the government in everything—paying taxes, obeying rules and laws, and showing respect. If we do not, we are ultimately showing disrespect towards God, for He is the One who placed that government over us. When the apostle Paul wrote to the Romans, he was under the government of Rome during the reign of Nero, perhaps the most evil of all the Roman emperors. Paul still recognized the Roman government’s rule over him. How can we do any less?

The next question is “Is there a time when we should intentionally disobey the laws of the land?” The answer to that question may be found in
Acts 5:27-29, “Having brought the apostles, they made them appear before the Sanhedrin to be questioned by the high priest. 'We gave you strict orders not to teach in this Name,' he said. 'Yet you have filled Jerusalem with your teaching and are determined to make us guilty of this man's blood.' Peter and the other apostles replied: ‘We must obey God rather than men!'“ From this, it is clear that as long as the law of the land does not contradict the law of God, we are bound to obey the law of the land. As soon as the law of the land contradicts God's command, we are to disobey the law of the land and obey God's law. However, even in that instance, we are to accept the government’s authority over us. This is demonstrated by the fact that Peter and John did not protest being flogged, but instead rejoiced that they suffered for obeying God (Acts 5:40-42).
 
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لماذا إختار الله إسرائيل ليكونوا شعبه المختار؟
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الجواب: في الحديث عن شعب إسرائيل، يقول سفر التثنية 7:7-9 "ليْسَ مِنْ كَوْنِكُمْ أَكْثَرَ مِنْ سَائِرِ الشُّعُوبِ التَصَقَ الرَّبُّ بِكُمْ وَاخْتَارَكُمْ لأَنَّكُمْ أَقَلُّ مِنْ سَائِرِ الشُّعُوبِ. بَل مِنْ مَحَبَّةِ الرَّبِّ إِيَّاكُمْ وَحِفْظِهِ القَسَمَ الذِي أَقْسَمَ لآِبَائِكُمْ أَخْرَجَكُمُ الرَّبُّ بِيَدٍ شَدِيدَةٍ وَفَدَاكُمْ مِنْ بَيْتِ العُبُودِيَّةِ مِنْ يَدِ فِرْعَوْنَ مَلِكِ مِصْرَ. فَاعْلمْ أَنَّ الرَّبَّ إِلهَكَ هُوَ اللهُ الإِلهُ الأَمِينُ الحَافِظُ العَهْدَ وَالإِحْسَانَ لِلذِينَ يُحِبُّونَهُ وَيَحْفَظُونَ وَصَايَاهُ إِلى أَلفِ جِيلٍ ".

وقد اختار الله شعب إسرائيل لكي يأتي من خلاله المسيح – المخلص من الخطية والموت (يوحنا 16:3). ولقد وعد الله بإرسال المسيا بعد سقوط آدم وحواء في الخطية (تكوين الأصحاح 3). بعد ذلك، أكَّد الله أن المسيا المنتظر سيأتي من نسل ابراهيم، وإسحق، ويعقوب (تكوين 1:12-3). ويسوع المسيح هو السبب الرئيسي الذي إختار الله من أجله شعب إسرائيل ليكونوا شعبه المختار. فلم يكن الله بحاجة إلى شعب مختار، ولكنه قرر أن يفعل ذلك. كان المسيح سوف يأتي إلى العالم من شعب ما، وإختار الله شعب اسرائيل.

ولكن، لم يكن هدف الله من إختيار شعب إسرائيل هو فقط أن يئأتي من خلالهم المسيا. فقد كانت مشيئة الله لشعب إسرائيل أن يعلموا الشعوب الأخرى عنه. وأن يكون إسرائيل شعب كهنة وأنبياء ومرسلين للعالم. وبهذه الطريقة أرادهم أن يكونوا مميزين، كشعب يوجه الناس إلى الله ووعده بإرسال الفادي، المسيا، المخلص. ولقد أخفق شعب اسرائيل، غالباً، في هذه المهمة. ولكن هدف الله الرئيسي من إختيارهم قد تحقق بمجيء المخلص والفادي في شخص يسوع المسيح.

 
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Why did God choose Israel to be His chosen people
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Answer: Speaking of the nation of Israel,
Deuteronomy 7:7-9 tells us, “The LORD did not set His affection on you and choose you because you were more numerous than other peoples, for you were the fewest of all peoples. But it was because the LORD loved you and kept the oath He swore to your forefathers that He brought you out with a mighty hand and redeemed you from the land of slavery, from the power of Pharaoh king of Egypt. Know therefore that the LORD your God is God; He is the faithful God, keeping His covenant of love to a thousand generations of those who love Him and keep His commands.”

God chose the nation of Israel to be the people through whom Jesus Christ would be born—the Savior from sin and death (
John 3:16). God first promised the Messiah after Adam and Eve’s fall into sin (Genesis chapter 3). God later confirmed that the Messiah would come from the line of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob (Genesis 12:1-3). Jesus Christ is the ultimate reason why God chose Israel to be His special people. God did not need to have a chosen people, but He decided to do it that way. Jesus had to come from some nation of people, and God chose Israel.

However, God’s reason for choosing the nation of Israel was not solely for the purpose of producing the Messiah. God’s desire for Israel was that they would go and teach others about Him. Israel was to be a nation of priests, prophets, and missionaries to the world. God’s intent was for Israel to be a distinct people, a nation who pointed others towards God and His promised provision of a Redeemer, Messiah, and Savior. For the most part, Israel failed in this task. However, God’s ultimate purpose for Israel—that of bringing the Messiah into the world—was fulfilled perfectly in the Person of Jesus Christ.
 
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Does God still give visions to people today
Should believers expect visions to be a part of their Christian experience?"
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Answer: Can God give visions to people today? Yes! Does God give visions to people today? Possibly. Should we expect visions to be an ordinary occurrence? No. As recorded in the Bible, God spoke to people many times by means of visions. Examples are Joseph, son of Jacob; Joseph, the husband of Mary; Solomon; Isaiah; Ezekiel; Daniel; Peter; and Paul. The prophet Joel predicted an outpouring of visions, and this was confirmed by the apostle Peter in Acts chapter 2. It is important to note that the difference between a vision and a dream is that a vision is given when a person is awake while a dream is given when a person is asleep.

In many parts of the world, God seems to be using visions and dreams extensively. In areas where there is little or no gospel message available, and where people do not have Bibles, God is taking His message to people directly through dreams and visions. This is entirely consistent with the biblical example of visions being frequently used by God to reveal His truth to people in the early days of Christianity. If God desires to communicate His message to a person, He can use whatever means He finds necessary—a missionary, an angel, a vision, or a dream. Of course, God also has the ability to give visions in areas where the gospel message is already readily available. There is no limit to what God can do.

At the same time, we must be careful when it comes to visions and the interpretation of visions. We must keep in mind that the Bible is finished, and it tells us everything we need to know. The key truth is that if God were to give a vision, it would agree completely with what He has already revealed in His Word. Visions should never be given equal or greater authority than the Word of God. God’s Word is our ultimate authority for Christian faith and practice. If you believe you have had a vision and feel that perhaps God gave it to you, prayerfully examine the Word of God and make sure your vision is in agreement with Scripture. Then prayerfully consider what God would have you do in response to the vision (
James 1:5). God would not give a vision to a person and then keep the meaning of the vision hidden. In Scripture, whenever a person asked God for the meaning of a vision, God made sure it was explained to the person (Daniel 8:15-17).
 
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هل مازال الله يعطي الناس رؤى اليوم؟
هل يجب أن يتوقع المؤمنين أن تكون الرؤى جزء من حياتهم المسيحية؟
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يجب علينا توخي الحذر في شأن الرؤى وتفسيرها. ويجب علينا تذكر أن الكتاب المقدس قد أكمل، وأنه يحتوي كل شيء نحتاج معرفته. والحقيقة الهامة هي أنه لو إختار الله أن يعطينا رؤيا، لا بد وأن تتفق تلك الرؤيا مع ما قد أعلنه الله في كلمته لنا. فيجب علينا ألا نعطي الرؤى أهمية مساوية لكلمة الله أو أكبر منها. فكلمة الله لها السلطة المطلقة في إيماننا وحياتنا المسيحية. فان كنت قد إختبرت رؤيا من الله، لابد وأن تصلي وأن تدرس كلمة الله والتأكد من إتفاق الرؤيا مع ما هو معلن في الكتاب المقدس. وكذلك لابد وأن تسأل الله ما يريدك أن تفعله بشأن هذه الرؤيا (يعقوب 5:1). فالله لن يعطيك رؤيا ويخفي عليك المعنى المقصود منها. فكما نرى مما هو مدون في الكتاب المقدس، كلما سأل شخص الله بشأن رؤيا أعطاها له، كان الله يمنحه تفسيرها (دانيال 15:8-17).

 
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