Letters to Us

William C. Brownson Uncategorized

READ : Revelation 2 and 3 Revelation 2 and 3 contain seven letters to seven churches. These letters to ancient churches are also letters to us from the risen Lord Jesus Christ. In Chapters 2 and 3 of this amazing book of Revelation we meet seven letters, addressed to seven first-century churches in the Roman province of Asia, which is present-day Turkey. Whose Letters? Whose letters are these? Most profoundly, they’re letters from the risen Lord who walks among the …

Stranded!

William C. Brownson Uncategorized

READ : Revelation 1 Stranded on a rocky island, the Apostle John meets the exalted Jesus and is given a thrilling new ministry. It’s a joy for me to begin this series with you on the Book of Revelation, which to me is the most fascinating, thrilling, mysterious book of the Bible. I love it especially because of the way it exalts the risen Christ. I think of these words near the start of the book: Now to him who …

Life's Most Important Question

Rev. David Bast Uncategorized

READ : Ephesians 2:8-9 Today David Bast tells about the most important question and answer you will ever face. It’s a question many people have never even thought of, but our eternal destiny depends upon knowing the answer. What sorts of questions do you think about during the course of the day? “How can I make more money? . . . How can I get a better job? How can I attract that person that I like? How can I …

Persons God Can Be Proud Of

Rev. David Bast Uncategorized

READ : Hebrews 11:13-16 Do you think God is proud of you? Today David Bast concentrates on who we are and who we’d like to be. Often the worst advertisement for Christianity is the behavior of people who claim to be Christians. But the Bible also says there are people of whom God is not ashamed to be called their God. Wouldn’t you like to be one of them? Have you ever been embarrassed by the behavior of somebody close …

Future Hope

Rev. David Bast Uncategorized

READ : Titus 2:11-14 Today, in our first program of the year, David Bast asks about our hopes and dreams for the future. As you enter a new year, what are you hoping for? Better health? An improved economy? An end to war? For Christians, nothing life may bring can shake our future hope. You've heard this saying, “Where there's life, there's hope.” But the opposite is just as true. Where there's hope, there's life. Without hope, life isn't possible, …