What do demons know? How are they organized? How much power do they have? Why do they exist?
Dispensation has been debated by Christians over the years. Pastor Chuck shares his views on dispensation in today's episode. Is he a "Dispensationalist"?
If it is true that God can't wait for you to get home to heaven, why are you still here? Pastor Chuck answers that question in today's episode.
What do we really have to boast about? God gave us anything we have that is good, including and especially ...
Have you ever wondered why anyone would want to surrender to the Will of God? Believe it or not, the real wonder is why anyone wouldn't. Listen in to find out why.
"Hath He Quickened" is not a phrase we use these days, so what does it mean?
Which is the more important question: Who are you or Whose are you?
With all the things I have done, how in the world can God see me as faultless?
Salvation is important! So is spiritual growth! Part of spiritual growth is learning what God has done for you, such as ...
Not everyone is called to be a pastor, but do you know what God has called you to do and be? How do you discern your calling?
Have you noticed that often people foolishly blame God for things they have messed up? Why are people so quick to blame God? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this topic in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
How were these living creatures like the Niagara Falls? How would you describe the Glory of the Lord? Pastor Chuck Smith continues the explanation of Ezekiel's vision in this edition of "The Word for Today".
How is it that sometimes God just doesn't seem to answer prayer, or at least not the way you had in mind? Is God unable to do so? Pastor Chuck Smith addresses this in today's edition of "The Word for Today".
Have you noticed yet how God is constantly giving mankind the opportunity to repent of their sin? Why does God do this? Why does He forgive sins that are repented? Pastor Chuck Smith shares why in this edition of "The Word for Today".
Does the mood set the thoughts, or do the thoughts set the mood? Jeremiah seemed in a down frame of mind until . . .