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God's Everlasting Word

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Now displaying: July, 2017
Jul 31, 2017
    The question of whether we're saved by faith or works has been around a long time. The Roman Catholic Church has been the champion of salvation by works, while Protestant denominationalism continues to preach salvation without works. Actually, the scriptures teach both faith and works. So when it comes to how the two relate to our salvation, what does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle
Jul 24, 2017
    Usually, the last words said by a person are considered important...and if they are from a loved one, very dear. But the Bible records the last words ever spoken by Jesus. Why are they so beautiful and important, and what do they mean to us today? What does the Bible say? Host: Alan Caudle
Jul 17, 2017
Download   Many people obey the gospel...but fewer remain faithful. The Israelites were a prime example of the possibility and consequences of being unfaithful to God...and we would do well to understand and apply the lessons learned from their actions. What does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle
Jul 10, 2017
    In Acts, chapter 4, we're told that those who saw Peter and John could tell that they had been with Jesus. Can the same thing be said about Christians today? What characteristics should be evident to the rest of the world? What does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle
Jul 3, 2017
    There's seems to be, on occasion, a tendency for some members of the Lord's church to "let up," when it comes to the work that needs to be done in the kingdom. It's a wonderful thing to be known as someone on whom the Lord (and others) can depend...but it's a terrible thing to be guilty of "seasonal religion." What kind of person should a Christian be? What does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle
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