Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P571 (09-17-20)
All of us are weak in our natural selves. We are told to boast in our weaknesses that the power of Christ might rest on us. We are not called to live a natural life, but a supernatural life. That life to be lived is not us, but Christ in us, as we rest and abide in Him. He loves us unconditionally and has given us everything we need for life and godliness. He shed his blood on a cross only to rise again so He can give His life to us, to be placed in us and to be lived through us. If He is for us and will never leave us and forsake us, who can be against us? We grab a hold of those promises of God, of who we are in Christ,and the power of the love of Christ within us, and little by little we grow and people see the fruit and testify that God is truly at work within you. There are those who were the recipients of that fruit.
Classic Christianity – Book of Romans P49 (03-02-20)
As a born again believer, do you know who you are? Do you call yourself by what church you attend, whether Baptist, Presbyterian, Methodist, or something else. That is where you park your body on Sunday morning, or Saturday morning, but that is not who you are. When you are born again, having the Holy Spirit taking permanent residence in you, you are placed into the body of Christ, with Christ as your head. All those who are truly born again are connected to the same head, and that is Christ Jesus, so you belong to one another. You are brothers and sisters in Christ.
So what is your identity? Is it based on what you do? Are you a pastor because you do pastoring? Are you a teacher because you teach? No, those may be gifts you use as given to you by God for serving one another in love, and building one another up in the faith. But what do people often do? They often boast about what the body is doing or they exalt one person as more spiritual than another because of the position of teaching they … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P416 (2-21-19)
Several callers across the country called to ask Bob questions. Is baptism necessary for salvation? What is free will giving? What is tithing? Is tithing for today? Did I share Christ the right way? Can I lose my salvation? What does it mean to not judge someone? What does it mean to forsake the assembling yourselves together? Where can I go to worship? These are common questions asked by people today. Bob encouraged the callers and explained the meaning of the word of God to them while offering practical advice as appropriate to their need. Many scriptures are written down or referenced so you can also confirm what Bob said is so through the Holy Spirit who teaches you all things (1 John 2:27).
Rick form Corpus Christi, TX
Rick thanked Bob for the teaching he heard that freed him from the law. He said he used to live by the law but found out it brought death. Bob encouraged him and reiterated what has been written in the scriptures concerning the testimony of the apostle Paul.
Romans 7:9-11 9 Once I was alive apart from the law; but when the
Classic Christianity – Call-In Bob George p391 (11-08-18)
Bob George was on the air for over 30 years with People to People radio, answering calls to help people experience faith, hope and love in Jesus Christ. Some callers, like James, ask a question concerning a certain general sin in the world, but deep down they are sharing because they are feeling an emptiness or weight of guilt in their own life because of some own past sin they are remembering. As Bob George simply answers questions, many times, the person feels freedom to share more about their own struggle. As Bob shares with James, he hears the hope that is presented to him in Christ Jesus and becomes a child of God, a new creation in Christ. Other callers, such as Rene, ask a question about a teaching on a verse she has heard that puzzles her. Many times a person is being persuaded to believe a lie from a group, church or organization. The person has had prior confidence in such a group, having certain other needs met, but the often-repeated reinforcement of a lie, particularly by those in leadership, makes it so more difficult for the person to … Listen to Broadcast & Read More