How does a story about Judah fit in with this account of Jesus and the Sadducees?
What was Jesus getting at in telling the parable targeting the religious leaders of Jerusalem?
What was the blind man thinking when he tossed his garment away? Why would Jesus ask for a donkey? In today's episode, Pastor Chuck addresses these and more.
Are riches a sign of God's blessing on spirituality? What do the scriptures really have to say on this topic?
What should be done when there is a "bad marriage"? Pastor Chuck shares deeply on this painful topic in today's episode.
What must Jesus have been thinking knowing what was ahead of him in Jerusalem? Pastor Chuck expounds on this in today's episode.
How interesting it is what Jesus says to the disciples when they bring issues to Him! Pastor Chuck gives an interesting explanation in today's episode.
Moses stands for the Law and Elijah stands for the prophets, talking with Jesus on the mountain. So, what does that mean for us today?
A question was asked by Jesus to his disciples past and present. The same question is valid today. "Whom do you say that I am?" What is your answer?
Why does it take Jesus two times to heal this blind man? How is it that not all of our prayers get the answer we desire?
It is said that self preservation is said to be the strongest need a man has. How do you explain how the disciples had changed lives if the resurrection of Jesus Christ was a hoax? Chuck Smith shares on the resurrection in this episode of "The Word for Today".
How did life begin? Did God create the world , then let evolution take over? Pastor Chuck Smith explains theistic evolution in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Since we have the New Testament, why do we need to study the Old Testament? This edition of "The Word for Today" by Chuck Smith, gives a solid answer to that question.
What is God like? How does He orchestrate things in life? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Why does God sometimes delay in answering our prayers? Have you ever wondered that? Pastor Chuck Smith shares why in this edition of "The Word for Today".