A tragedy when he was only 5 years old left the prince of Israel unable to walk for the rest of his life. He was dropped as someone was fleeing with him to escape the conquering king who had just slain his father and grandfather. Spending years in hiding, the king finally caught up with him but what happened was not what he expected. This biblical drama not only tells the surprising story of a young man’s redemption, it beautifully pictures our own rescue from sin. Are you a fugitive of heaven? Find out in this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak.
While children of God are to grow and mature, there are qualities of youth that we are to retain. In fact, the model citizen of the kingdom of God is, in some respects, a child. When some parents brought their children to Jesus on one occasion, the disciples wanted them to leave the Savior alone. Jesus, however, said, “Let the children come to me.” They became His example of one who would enter find and enter the kingdom that He would soon establish. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we see that we must be like them if we too would enter the kingdom.
Are you growing as a Christian? How can you know? The progress of a child of God’s growth is similar to that of our own children. Signs indicating that our kids are physically, mentally, and emotionally healthy and maturing should also be seen in the spiritual lives of believers. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we look at Marks of Maturity.
All Christians rejoice over the birth of the Jesus Christ. His birth changed history forever. Was He born on the day many observe as his birthday? Are the stories so often told about His birth accurate? And did the early church set aside a particular day to celebrate the birth of the Christ child? In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we look at some misconceptions about the birth of Jesus.
You may never travel around the world to the land where Jesus once walked. His footprints have long been erased from the sand of Judea by the winds of time. But we can still retrace the steps of the Savior. True discipleship even demands that we do so. In today’s broadcast of Let the Bible Speak we are challenged to walk in the footsteps of Jesus from where they began to where they end.