Many people obey the gospel, but fewer remain faithful. Israel was a prime example of God's people turning their back on him. What can we learn from their behavior and how can we apply the lessons to us today?
We all encounter forks in the road of life, and Moses chose the right one. What can we learn from his decision? What does the Bible say?
Generally speaking, the "new" things in religion are not true and the true things are not new. However, the Bible speaks of many new things. In today’s GOD’S EVERLASTING WORD podcast, we direct our attention to a few of these new things...things we need to know and apply to our lives, if we expect to live with God when the end of time comes.
All Christians should follow the examples set by the apostle Paul. What trains exhibited by Paul should we include in our spiritual lives?
How are Christians to deal with the the homosexual agenda and how should they treat those who choose to live that lifestyle? What does the Bible say?
In Nehemiah 8:10, we are told, "The joy of the Lord is your strength." Exactly what is the joy of the Lord and how do we obtain it? What does the Bible say?
In Jeremiah 8:22, mention is made of the "balm of Gilead." Exactly what is that, and how does it apply to us today?
The all-knowing God of the universe is described by David in Psalm 139:1-6, but some men seem to think that they know more than God...or at least, they ignore the fact that He knows everything, which is a very dangerous thing. The fact is, there are things that no man knows.
1 John 3:1-3 talks about the hope of the Christian. Exactly what is the Christian hope, and how do we acquire it? What does the Bible say?
Backsliding is a serious problem in the Lord's church, but it can be prevented. What does the Bible say?
Most people who attend a church on a regular basis would say that they're a member of a denomination. But, just because modern denominationalism is generally accepted in today's religious world...that does not mean it is justified? And, if it's unjustified...is it really necessary? What does the Bible say?
Why were the last words of Jesus so precious and important? What does the Bible say?
The hand of God is mentioned throughout the pages of the Bible, but, since God is a spirit, how can He have a hand...and what does the expression actually mean, according to the Scriptures?
Is baptism essential in order to obtain salvation? A lot of churches say "no" -- but what does the Bible say?
"Those people in the church of Christ believe some strange things." That idea has been around since New Testament times. Exactly what do some people find strange? What does the Bible say?
Some men in Sicily can turn ordinary driftwood into the most beautiful furniture in the word...and, in a way, the Lord does the same thing. He can take spiritual driftwood and turn it into beautiful Christians.
Many people today are searching for God and eternal salvation. They want a better life than they are experiencing at present here on earth and the assurance that they will be with the Lord forever after they die. If that is you, you need to listen to today's podcast.
At one point, Jesus' disciples said unto Him, "Lord, increase our faith." Why did they request this, and why should we pray for the same thing today? What does the Bible say?
John 11:35 tells us that, "Jesus wept." But, have you ever thought about WHY He was weeping? It may not be for the reason you think.
All of us have essential needs in order to survive our physical lives...but, there are also things that are essential in order for us to survive our spiritual lives, as well. What does the Bible say?
In a study of the Bible, we can learn what men wrote it...but we can also learn who did NOT write it. How can we know that?
There are numerous passages in the Bible that exhort us to "watch." But, for should we watch and why? What does the Bible say?
Can a non-Christian pray for redemption and be saved? Does God answer the sinner's prayer "Sinner's Prayer?" What does the Bible say?
All Christians are tempted throughout their lives...but, is temptation a sin? What does the Bible say?
Can the "unpardonable sin" be committed today? Is there a sin we can commit, from which we will never receive forgiveness, even though we repent? What does the Bible say?