Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P906 (02-09-24)
Jesus is God in Flesh
~ Jesus was and is and always has been God. However, Jesus became God in flesh when he was born a MAN. Jesus was the perfect MAN and GOD at the same time. Even the disciples had a difficult time understanding that Jesus was God right in front of them. Philip had asked Jesus to show them the Father. And Jesus said, “Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father.” Today, there are many people that still ask that same type of question. They have a difficult time understanding that GOD is the FATHER, SON and HOLY SPIRIT. This is GOD. You cannot separate one from the other. ALL three are ONE. GOD.
Jesus answered: “Don’t you know me, Philip, even after I have been among you such a long time? Anyone who has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’? John 14:9
~ In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. He was with God in the beginning. Through him all things were made; without him nothing was … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P880 (10-20-23)
“A Child of God is Eternally Secure With Christ Jesus
~ When a person accepts Christ Jesus, the Holy Spirit comes to indwell that person, and that person now belongs to the body of Christ, the temple of God. So we see in passages of scripture that it reads like, if the shoe fits wear it. A person that has the Holy Spirit for discernment (because the Holy Spirit lives in them) they will be taught as to what the holy scriptures actually mean. And the Holy Spirit is always there teaching a person. But it is important to understand that sometimes scriptures are a comparison between the lost and the saved. Such is the case with 2 Timothy 2:11-13.
It’s also important to understand that sometimes people called into the radio program to actually find out what the word of God means. Other times, people called in simply to argue their point, as though they were going to take over all the airtime. That too takes discernment to understand the difference between a teachable spirit and one that is prideful in their own thinking, and is not willing to listen … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P879 (10-19-23)
“Forget The Former Things; do Not Dwell on the Past.
~ We cannot change the past. Everything we have done in the past cannot be changed. The past is one second ago, one minute ago, one hour ago, one day ago, one year ago… We also do not know the future (as God only knows the future). All we can do is live by faith in the moment. Yet we all tend to bring up the past, and some more than others. People get depressed when they focus on the past or focus on what “might” happen to them in the future (as in worrying about tomorrow). Jesus had much to tell us about ourselves, if we would only listen. He told us not to worry about tomorrow.
So, whether you are focusing on yesterday, that you cannot change, or worrying about tomorrow, which is in God’s hands, you end up focusing on yourself. And that causes a person to think depressing thoughts. And the more depressing the thoughts become the more depressed a person gets. And then people will go to groups of people, to speak with other depressed people, … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P878 (10-13-23)
The Unpardonable Sin is The Rejection of Jesus
~ The rejection of Jesus comes in many different forms. There are those that deny Jesus outright, and don’t believe he is God in the flesh. Then there are those that reject what Jesus did on the cross. This is a more subtle form of rejection of Jesus, because it is difficult for other people to tell whether a person is saved or not. Most people that claim they are Christian will actually agree that Jesus died for the sins of the whole world. But by their actions, it is obvious that they don’t believe they are completely forgiven and that they continue to ask for more forgiveness by God. This is true of both Catholics and Protestants that claim to be “Christian.” Obviously only God knows who is really saved, born again of the Spirit (has the Holy Spirit living in them for life), but we are told to judge and test the spirits. For NOT all spirits are of God. Yet we tend to overlook that very instruction in the word of God. For we don’t want to pay attention to … Listen to Broadcast & Read More
Call-In Classic Christianity Radio – Bob George P877 (10-12-23)
The Life of Jesus is What Saves a Person, Not His Death
~ It is so important to understand the truth of the word of God. Details matter in everything, and God’s forgiveness details are important for us to understand from God’s perspective. For if we don’t understand our forgiveness from God, we will constantly be in error in our understanding and that which we share with others. Satan doesn’t want you to pay attention to the details in the word of God. He would much rather you be a spokesperson for his lies. He will say, It doesn’t really matter what you say, just as long as you believe this or that. But when a person speaks with their mouth, they are verbalizing what is actually in their heart. So if a person is asking for more forgiveness today from God, it is clear that the person doesn’t understand that ALL his sins were forgiven at the cross. Don’t bypass the details with others either. For it is better to correct a person in truth, than to let that person continue in error. A person that is not willing to … Listen to Broadcast & Read More