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JA Show | The Impact of an Audio Bible in India

This week’s episode takes us to India. It’s the second most populated country
in the world, and although the Bible has already been translated into every
major language in India, many Indians do not know the Gospel because they
are not able to read. Guest Morgan Jackson shares how Audio Bibles can make
a major impact in the lives of Indians.

God TV | The Positive Case for Intelligent Design 

Dr. Stephen Meyer and Dr. John Ankerberg discuss Darwin's concern about the origin of animal life and how the suddenness of the Cambrian Explosion suggest Intelligent Design.

I Am the Way

I am the way and the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me(John 14:6) There are several important truths in this very familiar verse, but for now, I want to concentrate just on Jesus’ claim to be “the way.” Elsewhere in Scripture we read the warning to “Enter through the narrow gate. For wide is the gate and broad is the road that leads to destruction, and many enter through it” (Matthew 7:13)...

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Daily Journey: July 9th

Psalms 109:1-113:9; Acts 13:32-52

Thought from Today’s Old Testament Passage: [Psalm 111] [The psalmist] recommends to us the works of the Lord as the proper subject of our meditations when we are praising him—the dispensations of his providence towards the world, towards the church, and towards particular persons. 1. God’s works are very magnificent, great like himself; there is nothing in them that is mean or trifling: they are the products of infinite wisdom and power, and we must say this upon the first view of them, before we come to enquire more particularly into them, that the works of the Lord are great, v. 2. There is something in them surprising, and that strikes an awe upon us. All the works of the Lord are spoken of as one (v. 3); it is his work, such is the beauty and harmony of Providence and so admirably do all its dispensations centre in one design; it was cried to the wheels, O wheel! Eze. 10:13. Take all together, and it is honourable and glorious, and such as becomes him. 2. They are entertaining and exercising to the inquisitive—sought out of all those that have pleasure therein. Note, (1.) All that truly love God have pleasure in his works, and reckon all well that he does; nor do their thoughts dwell upon any subject with more delight than on the works of God, which the more they are looked into the more they give us of a pleasing surprise. (2.) Those that have pleasure in the works of God will not take up with a superficial transient view of them, but will diligently search into them and observe them. Matthew Henry, Matthew Henry’s Commentary on the Bible (Peabody MA: Hendrickson Publishers), 1997

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