As these seem like end-times, what are some practical steps Christians should take to prepare?
Radio program and articles focusing on current events in Israel and the nations from a Biblical perspective, the local church and walking with God.
If God is, in fact, restoring Israel by bringing Jews back to the land of Israel and, at the same time Jesus is coming to take the Bride, what will become of the Jewish people?
How do you view the book of Enoch? Do you find it to be credible? If so, why isn't it included in the bible?
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Khag Shavuot (Feast of Weeks - a.k.a. "Pentecost") and it's significance isn't clear to me. I see the agricultural significance and I know what happened on the day of Pentecost, but is there some greater, unseen meaning?
I totally get that Saturday is the last day of the week and it is the Biblical Sabbath. Having said that, is it alright for a Christian Church to have services on Sunday? Is having Sunday services a compromise?
O.K., bible scholars, I have a hunch about this but I want to hear other opinions first. Why did Jesus appear to His disciples periodically for forty days and then ascend? Why not Earlier, why forty days?
Recently I attended a prophecy seminar and they spoke quite a lot about the Nephilim being on the earth again. Would you please share your perspective on this subject?
As a believer in the Messiah Jesus I felt my spirit was troubled by the opening ceremonies to the Olympic games. Is there a pagan root to the Olympics?
(This program is a re-posting of a program we aired August 16, 2012).
I am a new believer who is trying her best to be obedient and faithful to God's voice. Lately I have been convicted about listening to secular music. Do you suppose that this conviction can be from God? Does God care if I listen to secular music?
As Christians we always recognize Jesus' role as "light of the world," but is it possible that Israel has the same calling and for them to function simultaniously?
(This topic is a repost of our program recorded April 17, 2013)
Over the past 150 years, Western society has increasingly embraced pharmacology as a fix for the problems we face. Having a bad day? There's a pill for that! This week's program looks at the concept of pharmacology in the Bible where it is typically translated as sorcery (i.e., Revelation 21:8).
One trouble with errant doctrines like the church replacing Israel in God's work of redemption is that you have difficulty accounting for some of the more obvious complexities of His plan. Like the disposition of Israel in the Millennium. Too often, Christian teachers have been unable to offer any details on this topic that is explained page after page in the Scriptures. This week's program looks at the Millennium and at Israel's role in God's plan of Redemption, then and now.