Even a shallow understanding of God's vengence which is in store for those who reject His Son, Jesus, should cause one to desire to be in right relationship to God.
Paul wanted to commend these saints at Thessalonica for two major reasons. Pastor Chuck shares what those two highly desirable characteristics were in today's episode. "Persecution never hurt the church."
His wrath! Whose wrath? Who will experience it? How can one avoid experiencing it? Why would anyone want to experience it?
What happens to the Christians who have died? What happens when Jesus returns to earth? What is the rapture?
If you despise a holy life, who are you really despising: man or God?
Troubles arose while Paul was ministering. How did God use this?
Persecution of new Christians has happened over 2000 years and happens even today. What should we do?
What is idol worship? How can it take place without the worshiper realize it?
Faith. Hope. Love. How and why does Paul constantly relate these three words?
How did it come about that Paul ever went to Thessalonica? How did he teach so much is such a short time?
Have you ever wondered why God allows Satan access to heaven? How did God and Satan have a conversation? What was Satan's plan? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Where does the Bible speak of the 10 lost tribes of Israel? How did the priests inquire of the will of God? Pastor Chuck Smith explains the answers in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Does God hear our prayers which seem too short? Is there any Biblical evidence supporting that He does? Pastor Chuck Smith touches on prayer in his introduction to the book of Nehemiah in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
How do you prepare yourself to worship? Is it necessary? Does God accept worship however it happens by whoever worships? Listen to Pastor Chuck Smith address this in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Have you ever had a spiritual victory but quickly followed that with a spiritual defeat? Have you seen God do something fantastic only to soon forget what you saw Him do? In today's edition of "The Word for Today", Pastor Chuck Smith shares of a king who had just such a time.