The soul of religion is compassion. God is often said to be compassionate and merciful, gracious and abounding in steadfast love. Without compassion, love does not mean very much in practice. All the great world religions espouse compassion for others as essential for the practice of their respective faiths.
God Talk Radio Show
'GOD TALK' deals with central questions about God and religious truth. Examples: Who is God? Can God be proven? What is the Bible really about? Who is Jesus and what exactly is salvation? The answers to these and other questions may surprise you.
The Bible teaches that money belongs to God. It comes from God, and if God bestows it on us, we are to be good and grateful stewards of what remains God’s wealth, of what we cannot take with us when we return to God. Mind you, though we cannot take wealth with us, we will […]
Becoming right before God begins with our honest self-appraisal, our humility, and our simple heartfelt appeal for God’s mercy. To be right with God, we must do as Abraham and Sarah did: remain comfortably dependent upon God with unconditional faith; we must never depend upon ourselves and our own worthiness. Our faith and confidence must […]
The forgiveness of God which Christ brought is offered absolutely free. Yet there is a condition set forth by the Forgiver. In order to actually receive, to make operative in our soul and life God’s forgiveness, we have to be willing to forgive others. Though God is far more willing to forgive than we are […]
God calls us to do justly and love mercy and walk humbly with God. How we are to do that is poignantly portrayed in Jesus’ Parable of the Good Samaritan (Luke 10:25-37). This vivid parable is second in importance only to the Parable of the Prodigal Son in the hearts of Christians across the centuries.
Sometimes you have to persevere because there is nothing else you can do. When you are down to pretty much nothing but God, it is and must be God to whom you turn daily, hourly, constantly. These are among life’s most difficult times, when you are “up against it,” as it were, and you realize […]