The Greeks said that salt was divine. The Romans had a saying “there’s nothing so useful as sunlight and salt. What is the big deal about this chemical salt? After all, it’s sodium chloride. Why would it be used by Jesus for an illustration from the Bible?
We humans are privileged to one of the most amazing things in the universe. We are privileged to have the opportunity of God’s power of salvation to be placed right within our bodies. Right within our living existence God can
When Christ returned to heaven, angels told the disciples that Christ would return. When? What do we need to know and what do we need to do to prepare? Let Pastor Paul Schroeder help you answer these questions in today's edition of "The Word Today".
People are observing you, whether you know it or not and whether you like it or not. Did you know that you are to be an imitator of someone in particular? Who? Let Pastor Paul Schroeder help you learn who you should be imitating and why.
When someone has a bitter disposition, they can be called a "sourpuss". Sometime the phrase "sour grapes" gets used in conversation. How is the word "Sour" used in the Bible? Pastor Doug Schroeder studies this word in today's edition of "The Word Today".
Did you know that it can snow in Israel? How did snow get referred to in the Bible? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares the answer in today's edition of "The Word Today".
Christians are subject to the same problems and challenges as non-Christians, but how should we move forward? The Late Pastor Paul Schroeder shares the answer in today's edition of "The Word Today".
Why would it be wise to periodically review the basics? Don't we know them well enough already? Or, as the late Pastor Paul Schroeder shares, are there great reasons to do so?
While we work hard to be hospitality to strangers, do we work as hard to extend hospitality to our spouse? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares on a different aspect of hospitality in this edition of "The Word Today".
Most of us are waiting for some form of deliverance. Where does our deliverance come from? Doug Schroeder shares the answer in this edition of "The Word Today".
Are we to keep our good works a secret? Or are we supposed to let them be known? In today's edition of "The Word Today", Doug Schroeder clears up the confusion that can happen.
Seeing other humans suffer often causes us to have tears come to our eyes. Even Jesus cried at the news of a friend's death. But is that the end? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares good news in this edition of "The Word Today".
You have likely seen and maybe even heard about the morning star, but why would Jesus be referred to as "The Morning Star"?
Did you know that God wants all people, including you, to be "Overjoyed"? Pastor Doug Schroeder tells of how this is true in this edition of "The Word Today".
At the end of prayers or hymns, Christians usually say, "Amen". What does it mean? The late Paul Schroeder teaches on this oft used word in this edition of "The Word Today".
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