How did the Holy Spirit communicate the charge to the apostles?
How great it is to have the law and the law enforcers! How terrible would it be without?
How is it that Paul says he was commanded by God to be an apostle?
Why is it that there are some people who seem to fall for everything that comes down the road? What can be done for them to help them have more discernment? What does it mean to be chosen by God to be His child?
What will the antichrist do and say? How will God respond?
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?
Why did God provide a means for your salvation? Pastor Chuck Smith shares two reasons why in today's episode of "The Word for Today".
Can you really prolong life? Is there any advantage to getting wisdom? Pastor Chuck Smith has an answer from the Bible for you that may surprise you in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Why is it that most people think just doing the right actions is all that is important to God? Does that include you? Pastor Chuck Smith may well rattle your world with his sermon on this topic in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Why would the disciples get upset at Jesus when Jesus would speak of His death? Were they wrong to do so? Listen to Pastor Chuck Smith share the answer in this edition of "The Word for Today".
People try incredible things to put off death, looking for some way to defeat death. The Bible tells how death will be defeated. Pastor Chuck Smith shares how in this edition of "The Word for Today".