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JA Show | Sharing God’s Word in Peru

Sharing God’s Word with the people of Peru involves some interesting challenges. In addition to
the difficult terrain, ranging from the jungle of the Amazon River to the highest peaks of the Andes
Mountains, Christian workers must also overcome the fact that many of these remote people in Peru
aren’t able to read. So how can they receive God’s Word? Morgan Jackson joins Dr. Ankerberg to discuss
how you can help share God’s Word with the people of Peru by means of audio Proclaimers.

Pandemic or Opportunity? Making the Most of Quarantine

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to limit travel and other activities, people grow increasingly frustrated. While such restrictions certainly challenged our daily lives, God calls us to make the most of every opportunity. How can we make the most of the COVID-19 crisis?

God TV | The Evidence of the Fossil Record

Dr. John Ankerberg and Dr. Stephen Meyer explore where the problems with modern evolutionary theory began.

God’s Word to the World

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EP 2 | The Evidence of the Fossil Record | The Mystery of the Missing Fossils


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Daily Journey: May 29th

2 Samuel 8:1-11:13, Luke 14:25-15:10

Thought from Today’s Old Testament Passage: 11:1-5—One evening, restless on his bed… David arose, went to a rooftop of the palace, and from there happened to observe Bathsheba… the wife of his neighbor Uriah. She was bathing out in the open. One may not fault David for perhaps seeking the cooler breezes of the late afternoon, but Bathsheba, knowing the proximity of her courtyard to the palace, probably harbored ulterior designs toward the king. Yet David’s submission to her charms is inexcusable, for the deliberate steps he followed to bring her to the palace required more than enough time for him to resist the initial, impulsive temptation (cf. James 1:14-15) Having discovered her identity, he sent for her at once and, assured of her ritual purity (cf. Lev. 12:2-5; 15:19-28), had intercourse with her. The bathing itself may have been for the purpose of ritual purification and would therefore not only advertise Bathsheba’s charms but would serve as a notice to the king that she was available to him. John F. Walvoord, Roy B. Zuck, The Bible Knowledge Commentary (Wheaton, IL: Victor Books, 1985) p. 467.

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