The Necessity of the Cross

Why was it necessary for Jesus Christ to die on the cross? Do you really know? Pastor Chuck Smith shares the important answer in this episode of "The Word for Today".

Suffering Loss for Christ

"They used to be important to me, but no longer." Why would Paul say that? Pastor Chuck Smith explains why in this edition of "The Word for Today".

Rejoicing in the Lord

Chained up, but happy! Does that describe you? Paul gives warnings to the Philippians, but not about avoiding being chained up for what you believe. What was he warning them against? Listen to Pastor Chuck Smith share the answer in this edition of "The Word for Today".

Your Future Confession

The Bible clearly says you will make a confession. Do you know what it will be? It will surprise many people. Pastor Chuck Smith declares what you will be confessing, and you can hear it in today's edition of "The Word for Today".

Paul's Appeal for Consolation

"Let this mind be in you." What does this mean? What mind did Paul have in mind when he wrote this admonition? Pastor Chuck Smith shares what Paul was getting to in this edition of "The Word for Today".

Motives of Contention

There were those who were jealous of Paul's ministry and acted up in reaction. What was Paul's response? Pastor Chuck Smith points out the answer in this edition of "The Word for Today".

Paul's Prayer for the Philippians

What attitude should one have in regards to those around you? What was Paul's attitude? Pastor Chuck Smith provides insight into this in today's edition of "The Word for Today".

The Background of Philippians

How would you feel if you were chained 24/7 to a soldier? How did Paul the apostle see it? The answer may well surprise you in this episode of "The Word for Today".

Bringing Up Children

How do people perceive Christianity based on how they see you work and live? Pastor Chuck Smith share on this topic in this episode of "The Word for Today".

Submitting to One Another

What does the Bible mean when it says that wives are to submit to their husbands? Why would God command a husband to love his wife so totally and supremely? The answers may surprise you in this edition of "The Word for Today".

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