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God's Everlasting Word

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Now displaying: October, 2016
Oct 31, 2016
  When a person's sins are forgiven by God, that person is treated as if those sins had never been committed. In fact, God's says he forgets them, as if they had never existed. But how does remission of sins happen...and what does it really mean? A lot of people will tell us that they have the answers...but the wise thing to do is to read what God says about it. When it comes to "remission of sins," what does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle     Guest:  Sidney White
Oct 24, 2016
    One of the benefits and blessings enjoyed by Christians is the avenue of prayer. But when it comes to addressing God, we may sometimes ask ourselves if our prayers are adequate...and we may identify with Jesus' disciples when they requested of Him, "Lord, teach us to pray." For what should we pray and how should we do it? Are our requests truly in line with His will? Host:  Alan Caudle     Guest:  Jared Knoll
Oct 17, 2016
    In the book of Ephesians, chapter 5, verse 15, the apostle Paul writes, “Look therefore carefully how you walk, not as unwise, but as wise.” That statement is not only for those early Christians, but for you and me as well. And the meaning is clear – wisdom is essential in living the Christian life. But there's a great deal of difference between spiritual wisdom that comes from God, and man's wisdom. In First Corinthians, chapter 2 verse 5, we're told that the Christian's faith “should not stand in the wisdom of men, but in the power of God.” God knows what is best; and in His infinite wisdom, He has told us what he wants us to do and how He wants us to do it. Therefore, we must always subject ourselves to God's will, if we are going to be blessed by His wisdom and His power. Host:  Alan Caudle     Guest:  Joel Wheeler    
Oct 10, 2016
    In today's religious world, one of the most debated and discussed topics has been on the act of baptism. Some people believe it is essential to their salvation, while others do not. Some think they are saved before baptism, and therefore it really doesn't matter whether one is baptized or not. But what does the Bible say? Does God require baptism in order for people to be saved? Is it part of His plan for a person to be baptized in order to become a Christian? Host:  Alan Caudle     Guest:  Jeff Stacey
Oct 3, 2016
  When we hear or read, "Our Father, which art in heaven...", most people think of what is commonly called, "The Lord's Prayer." But that prayer, found in Matthew 6:9-15, might be better described as the disciples' prayer...or, more accurately, the model prayer. If we want to designate some prayer in the New Testament as the Lord's prayer, it would be more proper to refer to the one uttered by the Lord and recorded in the 17th chapter of John...a prayer worthy of study, because the things included in that prayer should also be remembered as we offer our own prayers unto God. Host:  Alan Caudle     Guest:  Kyle Lemon
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