King Solomon's poetic musings continue to provide wisdom for the ages, including our own day and age. Enjoy Solomon's thoughts here today, on "Moments of Grace".
It took the Egyptian Pharaoh a long time to submit to God's sovereignty, but Pastor Al Dagel maintains that, for him, "One plague would do". How about you?
When early Christians lied to God, the consequences were chilling, but when we honor God in pure obedience, Pastor Al Dagel tells us of God's blessings following.
In the early church, the giving came naturally, for the believers knew what Jesus gave for their salvation. Pastor Al Dagel wonders why things should not be much the same today. Listen now to "Unity meets needs".
Today, Pastor Al Dagel tells about his own local church, Grace Community Bible Church, and compares it to the brand new church in Jerusalem, described in the second chapter of Acts. How does your church compare?
A song of ascents brings a sense of unity to those show trust in the Lord. After all, without the Lord, the center of the song, we would have all been consumed!
Pastor Al Dagel tells of how the Apostle Paul used an awesome introduction to get the attention of sophisticated philosophers,allowing him to bring the gospel to them. God can still open doors of testimony for us, if we let Him use us.
Paul often preached to closed minds, but in Berea, he found another kind of audience. Pastor Al Dagel wants us to be like the Bereans, "more fair-minded", because fair treatment of the gospel will give you the message of redemption! Listen to "Are you fair-minded?" now!
Today, Pastor Al Dagel looks at Paul style of sharing the simple gospel message and challenges us to learn from the master!
Today, Pastor Al Dagel tells of finding deep teaching on the Internet, but when he opened the Word of God in his own study, he found simplicity in I Corinthians 15:3,4. Pastor Al believes that the real excitement of the gospel is found in simplicity. Listen now. He explains it well for us today in "Deep and simple".