What is the significance of John having to eat the book which would taste sweet as honey, but become bitter in the belly? Will the temple in Jerusalem be rebuilt? The late pastor, Chuck Smith, answers these questions in this edition of "The Word for Today".
What will the world look like when Jesus returns? Why would the late Chuck Smith say Jesus will come to possess? Listen to this edition of "The Word for Today" to learn the answer and more.
Is there really a "bottomless pit? Where is it? Who will be incarcerated there? The late pastor Chuck Smith gives his thoughts on these questions and more in today's episode of "The Word for Today".
How did Mastodons end up in the frozen north? What is the "Golden Censer"? What do the "Seven trumpets" signify? In today's edition of "The Word for Today", Chuck Smith answers these questions and more.
Why is the song of chapter 7 different than the previous song? How is it different? Who are those in "white arraignment"? Chuck Smith shares the answers in this episode of "The Word for Today".
What are the four angels of Revelation 7? Since it is much debated, who is included in the "144,000" mentioned in Revelation 7? The late pastor Chuck Smith gives insight into future as the study continues in "The Word for Today".
Why does Chuck Smith say that the angels can't sing the verses but only join in on the chorus? "Look at those nations that have fallen to communism, in every one of . . . " Let him explain it to you in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Why would the apostle John be weeping? Who can be found worthy to open and read the book? The late Chuck Smith provides the answers in this edition of "The Word for Today".
How is it that when you live to please God instead of living for your own pleasure, you find . . .?
What does "After these things" mean? Why do some people hold that there will be a rapture of the church? The late pastor Chuck Smith shares the answers in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Some call it "the Preacher" and some call it "the Debater" or "the Searcher", but the book of Ecclesiastes is about a search for the meaning of life. Join Chuck Smith as the study today on "The Word for Today" begins to look at Ecclesiastes.
Have you realized yet that God knows your heart? What are some ramifications that He does?
Why would it be said the laughter of a fool is just emptiness? Should you be quick to be angry? Listen to Chuck Smith provide answers to these questions and more in this edition of "The Word for Today".
How does the light of Jesus shine today?
How will you be able to know who are false teachers?