Well, I want to give you a word that you probably have never heard before. Quite frankly, I haven’t heard the word either. It is spelled S-C-O-T-O-S-I-S, scotosis. It means bl . . .
What about success? How do we have success? And so I have several little pointers that I would like to give you today. They are little tips or little ideas that would help you to be a success in your life.
Have you ever experienced how life can seem unfair? Well, sometimes, life is unfair! What did Jesus have to say on this? Pastor Douglas Schroeder shares the answer in this edition of "The Word Today".
Christians are supposed to exude enthusiasm for God – to be excited about God, to be happy about God, to be a walking advertisement that we’re ready to share with people the joy that we have in Jesus. The word enthusiasm is used a couple of times in the New Testament, in Paul’s second letter to the Corinthians. And he talks to them about being excited and . . . Listen to how Pastor Douglas Schroeder completes this in today's edition of "The Word Today".
What do you do when someone you love is in danger or is ill? Do you intercede for them? Do you plead with God for them? Should you? Pastor Doug Schroeder continues his study on prayer in this edition of "The Word Today".
Can you work a deal with God? Does God bargain? Some folks have tried to do that, so how did they do? Can prayer change God's mind? Pastor Douglas Schroeder shares the answers in this edition of "The Word Today".
Why is the resurrection of Jesus Christ so important? How does it impact you today? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares the answer in this edition of "The Word Today".
You know, some people try to make a mockery out of hell and they say well, I don’t know if there is such a place and if I go there because I deny Jesus believe me I’ll have a lot of company, ho ho ho. They think that is a joke as though they are going to have a lot of friends there and a lot of company there. Well let me tell you something—hell is
"I am going to refer to something there that I believe is very important and that is the purpose and the reason why God has called us into His kingdom; why he has transformed us, why he has completely changed us into not a . . ."
I have been thinking lately about fortresses. Some years back I had the opportunity to take a day off—I was leading a group through Israel and Jordan—and I had read about some mysterious castles or fortresses, we could call them out in the middle of the Jordanian desert. There were 7 or 8 of them at least and . . .
When the Bible speaks of us having "need", what does it mean? What really are our needs, and how are they met? Pastor Doug Schroeder shares the answers in this episode of "The Word Today".
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