Attend to the public reading, practice these things, be in them, continue in these things, take heed to yourself–these are just a few of the expressions Paul used when charging his younger co-worker Timothy to be in the word and in his teaching. In this podcast, we consider reading the Bible from the angle of […]
Never underestimate the potency of touching the word every day, even in ways that may seem small. In the morning, if we can read or pray over just three verses, this will have a great affect on our daily life. During the day, if we can find the time to read two or three chapters, […]
“With what should a young man keep his way pure? By guarding it according to Your word.” – Psalm 119:9 In this fellowship, Brother Minoru shares on the importance of the word of God in light of the present-day situation in which we as young people find ourselves. Today we live in a world that […]
Your word is a lamp to my feet and a light to my path. – Psalm 119:105 What do we do when certain things in the world situation contradict the Word of God? In this fellowship Brother Minoru offers a very balanced word about living in today’s age. We must realize that as Christians, God […]
In this podcast we continue to look at five more functions of the word of God. The word of God divides our soul from our spirit. It tries us. It give us hope, endurance and encouragement. It give us joy. And the word washes us from our contact with the world. These experiences can be […]
If someone told you that they knew of something that would enliven and enlighten you, something that would water your inward being, something that was medicine to your soul, you would probably be more than a little interested in it. Well, the Bible tells us that the word of God not only has these functions […]
One of the great accomplishments of Robert Morrison was his translation of the Bible into the Chinese language. As an early pioneer in the mission field, Morrison was observed closely by Catholic and Chinese officials. He was prohibited from teaching or preaching the gospel to any Chinese besides those who labored closely with him. God sovereignly […]
The word of God is living and operative – that’s the promise in the Bible. If we really had this realization, we would make it a habit to contact the word every day in some fashion. Just reading one chapter of the Bible a day brings with it many blessings. In this podcast we begin […]
It might surprise you to learn that in both the Old and New Testaments the way God accomplishes His purpose is by eating. In this podcast we take a quick tour through the Bible showing how God’s move depends on His people’s spiritual eating. We conclude with fellowship on how to practically eat the Lord’s […]
Martin Luther once said of the Bible, “It’s alive, it speaks to me, it has feet, it runs after me; it has hands, it lays hold of me.” Whether or not the Bible is alive to you depends on how you handle it and what you know concerning its nature. In this podcast we cover […]
In the Middle Ages light began to break upon the church through John Wycliffe’s writings. The challenge for that time was how to spread these truths. In this final podcast on Wycliffe we take a look at some of the ways in which he and his followers pioneered the spreading of the truth and why […]
Today the Bible is widely available in many languages and formats. There’s even a good chance you have a version of it on your phone. But this was not always so. In this podcast we take a look at the man behind the first English Bible and the fierce opposition he encountered in attempting to […]
“Two are better than one…for if they fall, the one will lift up his companion. But woe to the one who falls and does not have another to lift him up!” – Ecclesiastes 4:9-10 One of the best ways to read your Bible is with companions. Companions not only keep us accountable but they […]
Emails, Facebook status updates, the latest news, you name it – life is fast in the 21st Century. We often find ourselves running from one thing to another. Today, it seems so hard to do things in a routine and scheduled way but in the middle of all of our busyness we need to set […]
A Bible that’s falling apart usually belongs to someone who isn’t.
– Charles H. Spurgeon
The best way to read through your Bible is consecutively and without preference. We have a tendency to do things according to inspiration. Today we may read a little from the gospel of John and tomorrow from the book of Revelation. Although this is better than nothing, it’s best to work our way through both […]
I believe that the one chief reason that I have been kept in happy useful service is that I have been a lover of Holy Scripture. It has been my habit to read the Bible through four times a year; in a prayerful spirit, to apply it to my heart, and practice what I find there. I have been for sixty-nine years a happy man: happy, happy, happy.
– George Muller
Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly.” One of the best ways to redeem our time while on campus or at home is by getting into the Word. In this podcast we take a look at three ways that we can be in the Word.