Listen in to Chuck's explanation of a Mother's words to her son.
Have you ever been cut? Have you ever been cut by a muscle? Perhaps you have without knowing it was a muscle. Perhaps you have cut others with this muscle.
There is more hope for a fool than for this type of person. What kind of person?
Who does hatred actually hurt? In today's edition, Pastor Chuck's answer to this may surprise you.
The proverbs having nothing good to say about a fool, but they also say there is a type of person for whom there is less hope that for a fool.
So often in the Bible we learn of how God would foil the plans of the wicked. How does that relate to the Proverbs?
How can old statements help me today? Listen to Pastor Chuck explain Proverbs 27 to learn how.
What good are ancient proverbs today? Pastor Chuck helps us realize the proverbs are relevant for today.
What does it mean to "heap coals of fire upon their heads"? Pastor Chuck serves up his thoughts on what this means in today's edition.
Even after Solomon passed off the scene, more of his proverbs get included into the book called Proverbs.
Why is Psalm 77 so self-centered? What advice does Pastor Chuck Smith have for such a person? Listen to this edition of "The Word for Today" to hear the answer.
Are you having a hard time these days? Are you discouraged? Are you down? So was a man a few thousand years ago, but he wrote down how he got out of it. Listen to this edition of "The Word for Today" to learn what he did.
How can you comprehend the idea of "everlasting"? What does it mean that God has existed from everlasting to everlasting? Pastor Chuck Smith addresses that question in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Afflictions are part of life, but why? What is the difference between afflictions and sicknesses? Pastor Chuck Smith explains the answers in today's edition of "The Word for today".
Have you realized that God is pretty smart? Have you considered how nature has been set up? Pastor Chuck Smith shares about God and nature in this edition of "The Word for Today".