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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: October, 2021
Oct 25, 2021

The Bible is full of questions, some from God to man and others from man to God...and they’re recorded to teach us some vital lessons regarding what God expects from us, if we’re going to be pleasing unto Him and make it to Heaven after we die. So, for today’s episode, we examine, “Ten Great Bible Questions” and how they relate to us today.

Oct 11, 2021

It’s been said that, “Every man is seeking after happiness.” If so, then everyone needs to read the First Psalm. This Old Testament chapter, along with the Beatitudes, will direct your happiness to its highest degree. That’s our topic in today’s episode: finding happiness through the following of God’s Word and an appreciation of the First Psalm.

Oct 4, 2021

We thank you for your patience during the brief hiatus of the GOD'S EVERLASTING WORD podcast (due to some health issue that prevented program production). Hopefully, things will return to the normal weekly schedule of postings.

Episode 257 features special guest George McNulty, from Dublin, Ireland, with a sermon preached to a congregation in which some members claimed that the devil did not work in the world today. They also asked him to not preach on hell, since doing so "might offend someone." The lesson you are about to hear is in response to those comments. It is entitled, "Why I Don't Want To Go To Hell."

This is one of the last sermons preached by brother McNulty, before he and his wife return to his home country to work with the Lord's church in Ireland and Scotland.

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