"To reject the Son is to reject the Father." This conflicts with the views of many people these days. Chuck Smith explains his view of this and more in today's edition.
Some say Barnabas, and some argue that it was Paul, and yet others toss in that it was someone else. So, who wrote the book of Hebrews? To whom was it written? Why was it written? Chuck Smith tackles these questions and more in today's episode of "The Word for Today".
Disappointments happen to all of us. We don't know why God would allow them to happen. What are we to think? Pastor Chuck Smith share how we should view them. Listen in to today's episode of "The Word for Today".
When a wrong has taken place, how can a third party truly help to properly resolve the situation? Chuck Smith answers this and more on today's edition of "The Word for Today".
How do you handle it when someone steals from you? What should you do? What do you do when you see that person again? Listen to Chuck Smith share his thoughts on this in today's episode of "The Word for Today".
What can good works do for someone's salvation? How many do you need to do? How many good works negate one bad work?
One of the saddest byproducts of the failure of a Christian is that it gives ...
What do we know of Crete back in the first century AD?
Who was Titus? Why would the Apostle Paul write a letter to him?
Should a Christian seek to be all things, able to carry out all the gifts of the Spirit?
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".
What is the way that seems right to man, but ends in death? Is it possiblly the way you are currently taking? Listen to Pastor Chuck Smith share about the correct way in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Do you consider yourself to be wise? Have you considered Proverbs 8? In this edition of "The Word for Today", Pastor Chuck Smith addresses wisdom as is taught in this special chapter.
What is the ancient book called "Proverbs" all about? Why was it written? Who wrote it? The answers are given by Pastor Chuck Smith in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Who is referred to in Psalm 132? The answer is extremely important to get correct. Why? Pastor Chuck Smith shares why in this episode of "The Word for Today".