ANSWERS: 29
  • Mary Magdalene :)
  • Jezzebel. I'm into attractive women.
  • Adam. As his "Eve", I WOULDN'T have eaten of the forbidden fruit and he and I would STILL be living in a perpetual state of PARADISE!
  • Alexander the great
  • Habakkuk the prophet. I love that name.
  • +4 Melchizedek ..... he was "without father or mother, without genealogy, having neither beginning of days nor end of life"
  • Giants
  • The girls from Sodom, to ask them why they raped there own dad. The Bible didn't have a good reason.
  • Moses, to slap the shit out of him lol. And mary, to slap her too, for lying about being a virgin.
  • Adam because I'm sure he received some sort of divine instruction.
  • The apostle Peter. His struggles are so real to me and I would enjoy hearing how he lived a life of faith and victory in overcoming his personal struggles.
  • Lot's wife. Gotta love a gal who just can't resist seeing the naughty show!
  • Peter, I would like to ask him how it felt when he had so much faith in Christ that he walked to meet him during the storm. I would like to know how that complete fullness of God felt at that moment.
  • I'm down with Bartholomew
  • John. To have him explain Revelation.
  • The Devil. Gotta love an underdog.
  • out of all the biblical characters that i greatly admire for their loyalty to Jehovah God, i choose noah. he too lived in the time of end of the then system of things. i would like to ask him how it felt to preach about the coming flood and have no one listen to him. i can relate to what he did, i too am involved in the saving work he did, after almost 50 years, few have responded. however, i do this more out of love for my God, in spite of what or how others respond.
  • Mary... Jesus' mother.
  • The Aposle Paul or Peter.John would be good to,or David,or Isaiah.My son loves Giants so he would like to meet Goliath.
  • Apostle Paul, Because we have a lot in Common.
  • Solomon...I'd like to experience, first-hand, his God-inspired "wisdom."
  • Mosses, I really want to see what kind of bush he was burning.
  • I want to have a 3some with King David and Jonathan. :P
  • Lot's wife. I'd ask her if she was still salty over the whole Sodom and Gomorrah thing, and also ask her what her name was, since we were commanded to remember her, but never told her name.
  • rnaybe rnary
  • I choose Abigail, because she was a strong and intelligent woman who did not sit back with her arms crossed and feeling sorry for herself. Instead, she took charge of her situation, worked hard and succeeded in saving the lives of herself and her entire household. She achieved this without complaining or playing the role of the “weak & beautiful damsel in distress”. Abigail dressed modestly, spoke respectfully and maintained her integrity (1 Samuel chapter 25). Bow down
  • Job, He maintained is integrity to Jehovah. Now we have the whole Bible and understand that satin is a roaring lion 1st Peter 5:8. Just think about going though the calamity of losing your children, lively hood and health, just because satin wanted to prove his point that men only serve God because of what he receives and not out of love for our heavenly father. I can imagen how despondent he must have felt when his wife( possibly out of frustration from seeing the suffering the her husband was going through) said curse God and die Job 2:9, then the tongue wagging he put up with from so called amigos, accusing him of bringing all of these problems on himself because he must have done something in secret, that! was so bad that he deserved this punishment from God. The Bible promises a resurrection at John 11:25, so I believe that I will be able to have this discussion with Job one day. If you would like more information on Bible topics please login to JW.org.
  • The Apostle Paul. It is amazing how he went to many places to preach the Gospel, despite of his afflictions and persecution. 2 Corinthians 4:8-9 "We are afflicted in every way, but not crushed; perplexed, but not driven to despair; 9 persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed;" An inspiring song to those who are not ashamed of the Gospel: https://youtu.be/2KsfwvpcQhY
  • Probably Peter or Paul, both of whom worked fantastic miracles after Jesus *** Another good choice is Elisha, who worked many unusual and fantastic miracles, the only other person in the Bible recorded working those same miracles being Jesus. (Jesus typically worked them bigger or otherwise more impressively than Elisha.)

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