Is the Bible a full and complete revelation of that which God wants man to know? Should we expect other forms of revelation from the Holy Spirit? This study is a continuation of a series on the claims of the bible. In this broadcast we look at the scriptures’ claim of sufficiency.
Those who wrote down the scriptures claimed to be inspired of God in doing so. Inspiration does not refer to a vague leading but specific guidance of the Holy Spirit in choosing the words which would perfectly communicate the mind and will of God to man. The bible is not merely a holy and divine book – it is the very Word of God. In part one of a series about the Bible, we look at the Bible’s claim of inspiration. What does it mean? Why should we believe that claim? What difference does it make? We address those questions in this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak.
The conflict is as old as time itself: God’s thoughts versus man’s thoughts. Pride and preconception will always blind a person’s eyes to the truth. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we learn about a man who had a terrible disease of the body. Even worse, however, was the disease he had within his spirit. Learn what happened when a man who was accustomed to giving orders finally learned to take them.
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Is it right for a Christian to consume beverage alcohol even on a social basis? In the LTBS Classics broadcast, we go back to May 1998 when Bro. Irvin Barnes looks at this important and controversial topic.
Millions of people describe themselves as followers of Jesus but do not have any affiliation or participation with a local congregation of the Lord’s church. On the other extreme, others believe that having their name on a church roll or periodically frequenting worship assemblies, identifies them with Christ and thus, numbers them among the saved. Both views are a misunderstanding of the church and the Christian’s relationship with the body. In this broadcast of ‘Let the Bible Speak’, we see what it means to be added to the church by Christ and why the Christian’s participation in its collective work and mission is necessary to spiritual life.