One of the most famous mothers of all time was one of the most influential. Her people were in spiritual and moral disarray and while the nation was looking to human government to solve its problems, she looked to the cradle. In today’s Let the Bible Speak, learn how this wonderful woman’s desire, devotion, and dedication is a model for mothers in our times, which are much like the ones in which she lived.
The connection between the Christian and the local church is vital. While technology is a useful and powerful tool for sharing the gospel with others and providing biblical content that strengthens the church, nothing replaces a disciple’s involvement in the local congregation. In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we emphasize several reasons why every Christian needs the church.
He was the grandson of Abraham and a chosen son, but Jacob’s life was far from exemplary. After fleeing from his enraged brother Esau, Jacob, the deceiver, had an encounter with God at a place he named Bethe, the House of God. Despite the commitments he made to the Lord that night, a sinful heart led him far away from that place. It took many years and many hard lessons learned, but at last, a weary and broken Jacob listened to the Lord and went “back to Bethel.” In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, learn how we, like Jacob, can easily get away from God’s house. Is God calling you back to your own Bethel?
This broadcast of Let the Bible Speak originated in August 1979 on KTVT-TV 11 in Dallas-Fort Worth. The host was Johnny Elmore. Bro. Elmore passed through the veil into eternity in December 2019. He faithfully served the Lord and His church for nearly 70 years and preached all across the United States and around the world. Enjoy this vintage broadcast.
The words darkness and salvation seem antithetical but the bible affirms that darkness ofttimes invades the life of a believer. In fact, some of the most devoted people of faith have gone through some of the deepest times of darkness in their lives. Should this be? What should we conclude when this happens and more importantly, how should we react? In this broadcast of Let the Bible Speak, we turn to a powerful passage in the book of Isaiah that can give you great guidance and blessed assurance in your own darkness.