The weekly Sabbath was a prominent part of Hebrew life under the old covenant. Does it still hold significance to Christians under the new covenant as a day of the week or did it foreshadow a much greater principle that we can now lay hold upon? In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we look at the institution of the seventh day as a holy Sabbath; what it meant to national Israel; and what it should mean to us.
God demands all people to repent or else face His wrath to come. This is because man is guilty and sinful before the just and holy God. But what is REPENTANCE? Does it mean to feel bad or be sorry for your sins or does it mean much more? You have sinned but have you truly repented? Where you spend eternity depends upon it. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we ask the soul-searching question: “Have You Repented?”
As we conclude the series on Innovations and the Divine Pattern, we bring you a discussion between Kevin Presley, current host of Let the Bible Speak TV and Ronny Wade, the original and former host of Let the Bible Speak originating from Springfield, MO (now hosted by Brett Hickey). Bro. Wade began preaching the gospel in the early 1950’s and launched LTBS in November, 1963. He has held numerous public and written discussions through the years on the subjects of individual cups, bible classes and women teachers, along with many others. He continues to preach in gospel meetings throughout the nation. In this broadcast, we discuss some of the arguments that are often made on both sides of this issue which arose after the introduction of cups into churches of Christ after the turn of the 20th century.
The Cook Brothers Quartet sang on the TV broadcast “Let the Bible Speak” originating from Springfield, MO for several years in the 1960’s and early 1970’s. These recordings were done at KYTV-TV on July 20, 1973. The quartet at that time was composed of Clovis Cook (Tenor); Greg Gay (Lead); Travis Cook (Baritone); and Homer A. “Sonny” Gay, Jr. (Bass).
Our series on Innovations concludes with a look at departures that have taken place from the original design of the Lord’s Supper as instituted by Christ. The elements that Christ chose to commemorate His suffering and its result are profound in their simplicity. They reflect the unity and joint participation the church is to enjoy in the benefits of Christ’s death and the new covenant that was thereby established. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, a look at how the later practice of multiple loaves and cups distorts the beautiful picture Christ originally portrayed in the divine feast.