Many odd statements are made by people in regards to the death of someone, mostly due to misunderstanding what death is for the Christian. What is the correct understanding?
How do our "Jars of Clay" affect our presentation of the Gospel?
Why are some people considered "lost"? What is the process for their no longer being "lost"? What does Satan have to do with "unsaved" people?
Where do you turn when you need help? Where should you turn when you need help?
Why is there a veil of blindness over Israel?
How is the Body of Christ expanded? How should detractors to the gospel be handled?
Pastor Chuck says he thinks we often misunderstand God. What examples does he refer to from Bible? How well do we recognize the spiritual battles that take place?
Why does God allow problems and even defeats into our lives? Does God love us? Does God care?
Why would Paul tell the Corinthians about the troubles he experienced in Ephesus?
"Party on!" could be included in the description of the Corinthian church. What else could be said of them? How much is today's church like the Corinthian church?
What is Yom Kippor? What did the High Priest have to do in order to be able to carry out the special tasks of the day? Pastor Chuck Smith shares about the Day of Atonement on this edition of "The Word for Today".
Why do people do the things that they do? Ever wonder that? Do you ever wonder why God does some difficult things, at least difficult for us to understand why? Pastor Chuck Smith addresses these questions in this edition of "The Word for Today".
How can/should someone live so that God's blessing is on them? Is it even possible? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
What does it mean to be set apart for God? Chuck Smith addresses this and more in this edition of "The Word for Today".
What do you know about leprosy? What do you need to know about it today? Are you aware of its dangers? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this as the study in Leviticus continues in chapters 13 and 14 on today's edition of "The Word for Today".