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He’s A Better Reader Than You
It is important to keep our focus on true worship of God and not be distracted by lesser things.
By: Clif Johnson
(Lifeword)
Aired on Oct 14, 2020
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Lori Cline

Don’t Blame God For That
The only blame for the messiness of life lies upon a broken and sinful world, not upon the God who helps us.
By: Lori Cline
(Lifeword)
Aired on Oct 13, 2020
Day by Day Video

Is Jesus Crazy For Claiming Deity?
Jesus’ claim to godhood was proven when He was resurrected from the dead.
By: Clif Johnson
(Lifeword)
Aired on Oct 13, 2020
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The Fastest Carpenter You Know
True worship does not require a physical temple, because Jesus is the true temple.
By: Clif Johnson
(Lifeword)
Aired on Oct 12, 2020
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FamilyLife Today

Fearfully and Wonderfully Made
On FamilyLife Today, Jasmine Holmes, daughter to Pastor Voddie Baucham and author of the book "Mother to Son" knows what strong parenting looks like. But that didn't shield her from the pain of casual prejudice growing up in a majority culture. Now a young mom, she protects her son by showing him he is "fearfully and wonderfully made."
By: FamilyLife
(FamilyLife)
Aired on Oct 14, 2020
FamilyLife Today

Turning Toward Others
Tired of self-focused, consumer-centric faith? Turn away from "me-ology," says Jen Oshman, and learn the powerful theology of saying, "Enough about me!" Hear how you are not the sum of your sin or of your good deeds, on FamilyLife Today.
By: FamilyLife
(FamilyLife)
Aired on Oct 13, 2020
FamilyLife Today

Is 'Me Time' Biblical?
On FamilyLife Today, author of the book "Enough About Me,"Jen Oshman joins Dave and Ann Wilson to talk about women’s issues of identity and self-image. Discovering who we are and whose we are, says Oshman, is the key.
By: FamilyLife
(FamilyLife)
Aired on Oct 12, 2020
Bible Tidbits

ARE THERE MISSING VERSES IN THE NIV? Why are verses missing in modern translations? [ BT // 002 ]
Are there really missing verses in the NIV, ESV, NASB, CSB, NLT, etc? Are translations--except for the King James Version--removing Scripture from God's Word? Have you seen this Facebook post: "I just verified this is true at BibleGateway.com! VERY CRITICAL ALERT! The NIV was published by Zondervan but Zondervan is now owned by Harper Collins—they also publish the Satanic Bible. The NIV and the ESV have now removed 64,575 words from the Bible including Jehovah, Calvary, Holy Ghost, and omnipotent. The NIV and ESV have also removed forty-five complete verses. Try and find these Scriptures in the NIV and the ESV if you are in doubt: Matthew 17:21, 18:11, 23:14; Mark 7:16, 9:44, 9:46; Luke 17:36, 23:17; John 5:4; Acts 8:37. You will not believe your eyes! There is a crusade geared toward altering the Bible as we know it—the NIV, ESV, and many more versions are affected."? What is the truth? Can we trust the Bible?
By: Stephen Castleberry
(Stephen Castleberry)
Bible Tidbits

WHY DOES THE BIBLE HAVE CHAPTERS AND VERSES? How to Easily Understand Bible References [ BT // 001 ]
Why does the Bible have chapters and verses? Were the Bible's chapters and verses inspired by God? How do we use chapter and verse numbers to navigate the bible?
By: Stephen Castleberry
(Stephen Castleberry)
Day by Day Video

A Better Marriage Is Not Your Biggest Need
A zealousness for God’s glory and a relationship with Him cannot be substituted with going through the motions of religion.
By: Clif Johnson
(Lifeword)
Aired on Oct 09, 2020
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FamilyLife Today

Saints and Scoundrels
Every extended family has in it people who are far from God. But it's never too late, says Nancy Guthrie, for God to reach the most self-righteous or the most cynical and hard-hearted. For God "shows his love for us in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us." Hear Nancy tell stories of Jesus' own family members, on FamilyLife Today.
By: FamilyLife
(FamilyLife)
Aired on Oct 09, 2020
Lori Cline

I Want To Hit The Gong
Whatever we do with the gifts God has given us, we must do it with a generous portion of love.
By: Lori Cline
(Lifeword)
Aired on Oct 08, 2020