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Discussed by Robyn Chambers
with Be A Voice (www.BeAVoice.net)

Oftentimes, we look to God’s Word for answers and for clarity in the things we believe.

Today, Robyn Chambers shares how Psalm 139 offers an intimate and touching glimpse into the loving care God has for each one of the pre-born. Robyn is the Executive Director for the Be A Voice Campaign  with Focus on the Family.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Should Christians seek answers from the Bible?

How does Psalm 139 show us how to care for the pre-born?

Why is Robyn pro-life?

What is YOUR pro-life story? Robyn would love to hear from you. Email Robyn at robynchambers@focusonthefamily.com

Discussed by Mark Tooley
with Institute on Religion and Democracy www.theIRD.org

President’s Day is a day set aside to honor the first President of the United States: George Washington. Who was George Washington?

Mark Tooley is the President of the Institute on Religion and Democracy. Today, he discusses Christian Realism through the eyes of George Washington.

Click here for more on this topic.

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Was George Washington an idealist or a utopian?

Did George Washington acknowledge that people were not just fallen, but also often depraved, wicked, and murderous?

Did George Washington leave a detailed theological thesis?

Did George Washington affirm that there is an underlying providential moral universe and a purpose for fallen humanity?

Did George Washington pray?

Did George Washington have a belief that people can rise above themselves and do good, but they need encouragement?

Did George Washington believe in the fallen nature of man, himself included, while he trusted in a Supreme Being with a confident hope?

Did George Washington own slaves? Did he believe the slave owner was more important than the slave? Did he free the slaves he owned in his will?

Many want to remove the memorial statue of George Washington because he owned slaves. Should this happen, in Mark Tooley’s opinion?

Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

No matter the day, the time, or the occasion, God is waiting and willing.

Scripture Passage: Psalm 77:1

To view the video from Mark Lanier from Tuesday, February 23, 2021, click here.

Discussed by Sara Tracey
with The What's UP Radio Program

Your life is not good because it is easy or predictable. It is good because the I Am has invaded your existence by His grace.

Scripture Passages: Mark 6:45-52; 1 Samuel 17

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Discussed by Mark Lanier
with Biblical Literacy (www.Biblical-Literacy.com)

Day 5

This week’s lesson is a little different than others. Mark received a long email from a class member with a question about Paul’s letter to the Galatians. You may have the same question. So, Mark’s focus will be on that email this week in his lesson entitled “A Letter of Grace”.

The Question: Is the Gospel more than just the “Good News”?

For this week’s lesson, click here.

If you have a prayer request, need Scripture encouragement, or would like a copy of Mark’s lessons each week, email wantmore@biblical-literacy.org

Questions/Issues Discussed:

Is our response to the Gospel just as important as Jesus death on the cross? This one is tricky…

Is the Gospel meant to save us?

Remember the time Paul was in prison and the soldier thought Paul had escaped after an earthquake? What happened next?

Why does Paul quote the Septuagint?

Bottom Line: The Gospel message is the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

Mark recommends reading “The Cross and the New Testament” and “The Apostolic Preaching of the Cross”.

Scripture References: Romans 1:16; Acts 16:25; Acts 17:16, 25; Joel 2:32; Isaiah 40:9

For more information about Mark Lanier’s Biblical Literacy class, click here.

Discussed by Pastor Jarrett Stephens
with Champion Forest Baptist Church (www.ChampionForest.org)

Day 5

Pastor Jarrett Stephens concludes his “The Essential Church” series this week with his sermon “Gifted to Serve”.

Find Pastor Jarrett’s sermon here.

Scripture Passage: Romans 12:3-8

Questions/Issues Discussed:

One person cannot do it all. 5 people cannot do it all. It takes ALL members of a church to work for the Kingdom and save more souls. What can YOU do?

Pastor Jarrett reminds us today that our experiences in life are just as important as our spiritual gifts and talents. This is a game-changer for me; how about you?

Hymn of Invitation: “All to Jesus I Surrender

If you have never accepted Jesus Christ as your personal Lord and Savior, or if you have a prayer request, text: 281.688.2630 and follow the text prompts.

For more details about Champion Forest Baptist Church, click here.

Discussed by Terry Lowry
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