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Biblical talks podcast recognizes that the Bible is the very Word of the Living God to man and understanding the priority of knowing and obeying its truths, Biblical talks is committed to teaching Scripture with diligence and authority.

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Encouraging Words for the Week. I am Rachel Tolliver

Christians are not left in the World by accident but are placed there on divine assignment from their Lord.

John MacArthur

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What if you woke up one morning knowing that it was your last day on earth? That's what happened to the thief on the cross, who died a few feet from Jesus. Heaven, How I Got Here is his story, told in his own words, as he looks back from Heaven on the day that changed his eternity, and the faith that can change yours. This book: Heaven How I Got Here by Colin Smith weaves together what we know from the Bible about the events of that day and views them through the eyes of the thief as he would have experienced them at the time, and as he can understand them now. If Jesus could save the thief a few hours before he died, there is lasting hope in Jesus, even for a person coming to the end of his or her life.

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In Romans 9:19 Paul said "who can resist his will? If salvation ultimately depends upon God, and he has mercy and hardens whomever he pleases, then how can he find anyone guilty? How can he charge anyone with guilt since his will is irresistible?