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God's Everlasting Word

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Now displaying: March, 2017
Mar 27, 2017
    One of the characteristics of God is that He is "animate." In other words, He is a living God. The children of Israel were described as "the sons of the living God" (Hosea 1:10); Hebrews 3:12 tells us that God is living...so does Jeremiah 10:10 and 23:36. First Timothy 3:15 also states that the church belongs to the "living God." This is in strong contrast to the idols we read about in the Old Testament, and to what we use as idols today. Man needs to realize that only the Almighty God is worthy of our respect, praise, and adoration. Hosts: Alan Caudle and Guyton Montgomery
Mar 20, 2017
    A lot of people in the religious world believe that all one must do to be saved is pray "the sinner's prayer." In other words, if they go to Jesus in prayer, admit that they are sinners and accept Him into their hearts, they will be saved. The problem is: this is found nowhere in the Bible. God has told us what He expects us to do in order to gain salvation...but He never mentioned anything like "the sinner's prayer." So, is this a problem? What does the Bible say about "the sinner's prayer?"
Mar 13, 2017
Download   Many people object to being baptized, giving various reason why it is not required for salvation. Two of those objections are based on claims that "the thief on the cross was saved without being baptized" and "the only thing required for salvation is faith." But what does the Bible say? Hosts:  Alan Caudle and Guyton Montgomery
Mar 6, 2017
Download   Past episodes have discussed the act of baptism, what it is, how it is done, and why it is done. The New Testament (especially in the book of Acts) gives us several examples of people who were baptized and, when all of them are examined, the act itself and what it accomplishes is fully explained...and the reason we should be baptized is made clear. Hosts:  Alan Caudle and Guyton Montgomery
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