Call-ins Radio Broadcast Thursday 03/18/2021

Propitiation - Jesus Took Away the Sins of the World

Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P617 (03-18-21)

Synopsis

Common questions people ask from time to time are what is redemption, atonement, propitiation and trinity. If you have grown up with any sort of religious background, or have opened up your bible to read it, you have probably heard or read these words before. Words have meaning, but they must be used in their context in which they are written. Keep in mind also that translations are not always accurate, so if something is unclear, check it out in a Hebrew or Greek concordance. There is an interlinear bible online that can be helpful on that.

But, first of all, rely on the Holy Spirit to teach you truth. The biblical meaning is what is important, even if a dictionary seems to indicate a contrary meaning. There is enough cross-referencing of scripture, with the Holy Spirit living in you, to reveal to you God’s intended meaning. Without relying on the Holy Spirit to teach you truth, how would you know what any man is saying is true or not? Just because many theologians tell you what something means does not mean it is correct. If a pastor tells you … Listen to Broadcast & Read More

Call-ins Radio Broadcast Thursday 03/04/2021

Jesus is The Righteousness of God - Have Faith in Him

Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P613 (03-04-21)

Synopsis

Sometimes we struggle with answering questions that non-believers ask. They do not know the Lord so they ask questions without understanding and also from a perspective of the world. They could be caught up in believing all kinds of things that are not even true, like someone has a hex on them, or not believing the truth, that Jesus is God or the Trinity, that God is one, and there is God the Father, God the Son and God the Holy Spirit.

Many times they have a negative attitude toward religion, and whenever they hear the word Jesus, they automatically associate all that they hate about religion with Jesus, not distinguishing the difference between the two. I assure you there is nothing to hate about Jesus, but there is certainly much to hate about religion, the legalism and the lists of rules and regulations, and even false doctrine and a false gospel even though they use the name of Jesus, but certainly not the Jesus of the bible. As believers we have to recall in our own minds how we once were lost and how the things of God sounded … Listen to Broadcast & Read More

Radio Broadcast Wednesday 12/09/2020

Jesus Took Away All Sins on The Cross

Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at Jesus Christ P27 (12-09-20)

Synopsis

If you enjoy history, and you had the opportunity of seeing people in Israel, seeing the Roman coliseums, seeing the Jews dressed in the style of clothing that you see pictures of in the history books, it makes an impression on you. Now consider that the Jews living back then saw Jesus just like any other man. Jesus came in appearance as a man, and if it were not for the overwhelming evidence, it would be difficult to believe someone claiming Himself to be God. How much harder would it have been for them?

Yet, the same is true today as it was then. If any man desires to know God, God will reveal Himself to him and make Himself known to him. But if a man wants to rely on his religion, then his heart will not be open to truth, and that is so sad.

Today, we have the scriptures recorded down for us by those who were eyewitnesses of Christ Jesus, who saw all that happened concerning Jesus of Nazareth, and who also had the scriptures of the prophets. Today, we can compare what was … Listen to Broadcast & Read More

Radio Broadcast Tuesday 12/08/2020

Jesus is Prophecy Fulfilled for Your Sins

Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at Jesus Christ P26 (12-08-20)

Synopsis

As we continue in our study, we now turn to look at a more magnified look at the crucifixion of Jesus of Nazareth. We have a prophecy from the psalmist David, in Psalm 22, some thousand years before the event of his crucifixion ever occurred. Through this prophecy we gain insight into who Jesus is and why He came. The disciples of Jesus, both Matthew, Mark, Luke and John, record what they observed actually happen at the foot of the cross, concerning Jesus last words, as he hung there on a cross for you and me.

Recall also what Jesus told his disciples after his resurrection, as he walked on earth for many days.

Luke 24:44
44 He said to them, “This is what I told you while I was still with you: Everything must be fulfilled that is written about me in the Law of Moses, the Prophets and the Psalms.”

This alone tells you that Jesus said he fulfilled what was spoken in the Psalms concerning himself, and how that had to happen that way. In other words, this was just not some tragic unexpected event … Listen to Broadcast & Read More

Radio Broadcast Wednesday 10/07/2020

Jesus Asks Who Do You Say I AM

Classic Christianity – A Closer Look at Jesus Christ P3 (10-07-20)

Synopsis

1 Corinthians 3:11
For no one can lay any foundation other than the one already laid, which is Jesus Christ.

Everyone starts out with basic questions: Why am I here? Why do I feel empty inside? Is there meaning and purpose to life? Did you know Jesus offers a practical solution to the most basic need of all people? Jesus came as a solution to the problem of mankind.

This course is about building a solid foundation in Jesus Christ. Who is Jesus? Who did he claim to be? What did he accomplish for you and me? What is your understanding of salvation? Many other questions could be asked, but when you start with the foundation in Christ Jesus, so many questions commonly asked by people of all backgrounds, generation after generation, can be readily answered.

Listen as Bob George answers questions such as, “Can I lose my salvation?”, “Am I of the elect?”, “How do I know I am saved?”, and other questions often still brought up in today’s world. When you understand that Christ Jesus came not to give temporal life but eternal life, then once … Listen to Broadcast & Read More