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God's Everlasting Word

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Now displaying: February, 2019
Feb 25, 2019

 

 

We hear the word “Christian” used a lot when it comes to religion. Many people claim to be Christians, even though they may hardly attend worship services. Regardless of what they believe or how they act...they still classify themselves as “Christians.” In fact, there’s lot of confusion in today’s world as to what the term actually means. But there shouldn’t be, because the Bible makes it easy to answer the question, “Who is a Christian?”

Host:  Alan Caudle

Feb 18, 2019

 

 

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

Feb 11, 2019

 

 

I think most people who believe the Bible will say that the Holy Spirit coverts a person from an unsaved condition to a saved condition. The question is: how does He do it? The Word of God, in no uncertain terms, teaches that there is no conversion without it having been begun, continued, and completed by the Holy Spirit. But, again, how does He do that? Does He do it by directly acting upon the heart of a person, causing him to be saved? Or is it by some other method? What does the Bible say?

Host:  Alan Caudle

Feb 4, 2019

 

 

When a person’s sins are remitted by God, that person is treated as if those sins had never been committed. In fact, God says He forgets them, as if they had never existed. Isn’t that wonderful...to know that there is a way that we can receive remission of our sins, as if God simply erases them off a list of things that we have done wrong and never remembers them?  But how does that happen? How DO we have our sins remitted and when does it happen? What does the Bible say?

Host:  Alan Caudle

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