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Word for today

The Word for Today

Demon Possessed Men

Why would Jesus permit demons to go into pigs? What are we to think of demons? Pastor Chuck Smith gives guidance in this edition of «The Word for Today».

God’s Work Among the Gentiles

Who will be in the Kingdom of God? Who won’t? Can we know? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this and more in today’s edition of «The Word for Today».

The Kingdom Age

What will it be like during the Kingdom Age? When will be the Kingdom Age? Pastor Chuck Smith gives input into this topic in this episode of «The Word for Today».

Wrong Motives

So, why do you do good works? Does it really matter so long as good works are done? Pastor Chuck Smith may surprise you with his answer in this edition of «The Word for today».

Recognizing False Prophets

What warning did Jesus give about false prophets? Listen to the warning in today’s edition of «The Word for Today» with Pastor Chuck Smith.

Relationship and Prayer

What role does relationship play in prayer? Pastor Chuck Smith teaches on prayer in this edition of «The Word for Today».

The Teaching Method of Jesus

Jesus was known to be a great teacher. What method did Jesus use to be an effective teacher? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this in today’s episode of «The Word for Today».

The Righteous Action of Fasting

What is «Fasting»? What are and where are your treasures? How safe are they? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on these topics and more in this edition of «The Word for Today».

The Purpose of Prayer

What should be the primary purpose, or thrust, of my prayer? What is God’s perspective on prayer? Hear Pastor Chuck Smith address the topic of prayer in this edition of «The Word for Today».

Prayer, Repitition and Motivation

Have you ever noticed how repeating phrases or sentences can cause them to be said without thinking and become meaningless? What can you do about it? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on prayer in this edition of «The Word for Today».

Not By Might, Nor By Power

Pastor Chuck Smith shares the account of his own anxiety with the church growing and facing challenges. How die God solve them? Learn how in this edition of «The Word for Today».

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Gifts to God

What kind of gifts do you give to God? What does it matter? Pastor Chuck Smith teaches on this and more in today’s edition of «the Word for Today».

The Word of the Lord to Zechariah

Not everyone wanted to «go home», but those who did were in for a surprise. Pastor Chuck Smith shares on this in today’s study in «the Word for Today».

Prayer, Repitition and Motivation

Have you ever noticed how repeating phrases or sentences can cause them to be said without thinking and become meaningless? What can you do about it? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on prayer in this edition of «The Word for Today».

A Superiority of the Spirit Filled life

What does the spirit descending as a dove represent? Why would Jesus get baptized? Pastor Chuck Smith shares on these and more in today’s edition of «The Word for Today».

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Remove the label of ‘impossible’

  • 05 April, 2020

‘With men it is impossible, but not with God.’ Mark 10:27 NKJV

When you label something as being ‘impossible’, three things happen: (1) By giving in to the fear of failure you kill your own faith and motivation. (2) You risk settling for less than God wants you to have. (3) By excluding God from the equation you cut yourself off from the greatest power in the universe.

When oil prices went through the roof in the 1970s, car manufacturers were ordered to build more fuel-efficient cars. One manufacturer asked a group of senior engineers to drastically reduce the weight of the cars they were designing. They worked on the problem and searched for solutions, but they finally concluded that making lighter cars couldn’t be done, would be too expensive, and would present too many safety concerns. What was the car manufacturers’ solution? They gave the problem to a group of less experienced engineers, and the new group found ways to reduce the weight of the companies’ cars by hundreds of pounds. Why? Because they believed solving the problem was possible — and it was.

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Every time you remove the label of ‘impossible’ from a task and include God in it, you raise your potential from ‘average’ to ‘off-the-charts’. George Bernard Shaw said, ‘Some men see things as they are and say, «Why?» I dream of things that never were and say, «Why not?»‘ Jesus said, ‘With men it is impossible, but not with God; for with God all things are possible’ (Mark 10:27 NKJV). In the natural world, you may not be able to accomplish it. But when you step into the realm of the supernatural, God adds his ‘super’ to your ‘natural’, and what seems impossible becomes possible.

Soulfood: Matt 21:1-16, Ps 118:19-29,

Help for unfaithfulness

  • 04 April, 2020

‘I am like a broken vessel.’ Psalm 31:12 NKJV

When your spouse breaks your marriage vows, it can break your heart. And after the initial shock wears off, your driving desire can be to hurt them in return. So what should you do instead? (1) Take time to process your emotions. A quick, ‘I forgive you’, or just sweeping things under the rug, will sabotage any hope of rebuilding a strong relationship. (2) If your spouse is a habitual betrayer who wants to live as he or she pleases, God’s Word gives you the right to be set free from them. But don’t move too quickly. Ask yourself if work and family pressures may have caused you to neglect each other. Did you inadvertently open a door for the enemy?

These are hard questions — but they must be answered, because the decision you make is one you will live with for the rest of your life. You may not believe it right now, but God can make a good marriage out of a bad mess. Yes, it will take time — trust can only be rebuilt slowly. And that means: (a) Learning to be sensitive to one another. (b) Acknowledging that your spouse may need detailed accountability, and you may have to go the extra mile to rebuild the trust that was lost. But it can happen.

‘The righteous cry out. the Lord hears, and delivers them out of all their troubles. The Lord is near to those who have a broken heart, and saves such as have a contrite spirit’ (Psalm 34:17-18 NKJV). God can turn your situation around. If you’ll work with him — he’ll work with you.

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Soulfood: 2 Thes 1-3, Matt 27:1-10, Ps 32, Pro 9:10-16

Read the fine print

  • 03 April, 2020

‘Can two walk together, unless they are agreed?’ Amos 3:3 NKJV

When it comes to forming relationships, read the fine print. Somewhere in the fine print of meeting, dating and interacting with someone, it warned you, albeit ever-so-slightly, that they were going to be a certain way. The red flags were always there, even though they started out as a lovely shade of pink. You saw how quickly he got angry. You knew she was always late when you picked her up. He invariably went into a panic checking every line item on the restaurant bill. She never failed to flirt with the waiter — and anyone else who looked her way. You noticed, but you didn’t listen to the little voice inside of you.

Poet Maya Angelou said, ‘When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time!’ Before you order something, read the fine print to make sure you can afford the payments. Maybe the fine print became obvious when you saw how he interacted with his family — or didn’t! Maybe it was in the way his eyes lingered on every woman who walked by. Or in the phone calls she took out of earshot when you were around. Chances are you saw it, but you didn’t pay attention. You overlooked the temper tantrums, the possessiveness, the jealousy and lack of integrity, thinking you could change them, or that they’d change for you. Now you know better.

There’s a reason the Bible asks, ‘Can two walk together, unless they are agreed?’ Yes, the God who gives ‘beauty for ashes’ can change your partner’s heart (see Isaiah 61:3). But if you’re dating or considering a long-term relationship, pray about it and read the fine print.

Soulfood: Est 5-10, Matt 26:65-75, Ps 18:1-29, Pro 26:24-27

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