"They have a lot of knowledge but they don't have wisdom." Does that statement include youi?
How is it that some people see Jesus in Proverbs 8? Did Chuck Smith think so? Listen to today's study on "The Word for Today".
Why should you keep yourself from flattery? Is God interested more in the actions or attitudes of a person?
Wise words given long ago from a father to a son, which would help many homes and families today. Chuck Smith shares from Proverbs 6 in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Which should you prefer if you only could have the one: wisdom or knowledge? Chuck Smith's answer may surprise you, so listen to today's edition of "The Word for Today".
"How many men have been trapped by that?" By what? Let Chuck Smith explain what he just was quoted saying and why he said it by listening to today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Why should the book of Proverbs be studied? What benefits would there be in doing so? Listen to Chuck Smith begin the study in Proverbs in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
"How can a God of love . . .?" Have you ever wondered where do those type of questions really come from?
David had many loyal friends, yet he also had many enemies as well. David prays in Psalms 140, 141 and 142 in different types of prayers. To learn how so, listen to today's edition of "The Word for Today" with Pastor Chuck Smith.
What signifies the extent God honors His word?
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?