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God's Everlasting Word

A program that discusses the teachings of God's Word and how they apply to our everyday lives.
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Now displaying: January, 2018
Jan 29, 2018
    Many people have a misunderstanding of the Lord's church, even though scriptures tell us that Jesus said He would build HIS church...and that He would build only one. Yet, so many have misconceptions as to what it is and for what it stands. What does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle
Jan 22, 2018
    Peace is one of the most wonderful words in the English language. It means so much when it is fully understood in the Biblical sense. But how do we obtain it? What does the Bible say? Host:  Alan Caudle
Jan 15, 2018
  John 11:35 is known as the shortest verse in our English Bible. It simply says, “Jesus wept.” But have you ever wondered why He was weeping? If Jesus was grieved, then God was grieved. Was it just because Lazarus had died, or was it something else? We’ll consider that question in today’s episode and try to find the reasons behind the meaning of John 11:35. Host:  Alan Caudle
Jan 8, 2018
    Religious error is a problem. Satan is responsible for it and God is not pleased with it. And since the Bible warns us about it, we’re going to spend some time in today’s episode with a study of some of the causes of religious error. Host:  Alan Caudle
Jan 1, 2018
    There’s a wonderful old song in our hymnals that begins with the following words: “There is a balm in Gilead to make the wounded whole; there is a balm in Gilead to heal the sin-sick soul.” It’s based on a verse from the Bible, found in Jeremiah 8, verse 22, which is as relevant to us today as it was when it was written. Host:  Alan Caudle
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