Socialism is a deadly idea that has been tried and found wanting. This week on In The Market with Janet Parshall we exposed the dangers of a system that is seducing a nation with false promises of equality and equal distribution of wealth. A journey through Scripture helped us understand that God can use our fear and anxiety to draw us closer to Him. We looked at what the Bible teaches about Heaven and Hell and separated fact from popular fiction. Our guest shared her personal story of healing through surrender and dependence on the Lord by letting go of grief and finding forgiveness and peace in Christ. Today we open the phones and ask you to respond to several stories making headlines this week.
On In The Market with Janet Parshall this week we heard the powerful story of personal transformation for a man who turned away from his gay life. We discussed the reality of Hell as described in Scripture. We learned why the Reformation was so important and how the Gospel was preserved. We discussed how work should be seen as a blessing and not a curse. Today, we invite you to join us as we look at more news stories that ask us to think critically and biblically.
Christians today are less involved in spiritual conversations with their friends and neighbors than twenty-five years ago. Reasons for this lack of engagement vary, but conversations about Jesus don't have to be stressful. Our Truth Tool this month offers fresh insight and creative ideas to help you grow in the art of engaging with others. Discover how to stimulate meaningful conversations about your faith when you read The Reluctant Witness by Don Evert.
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The Gospels are filled with history, sound theology and a revelation of who Jesus is. Of the four Gospels, Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, which one is your favorite and why? Thanks for sharing your thoughts.