In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God. … And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.
Peer pressure can be a great temptation to do bad things. Unfortunately many people succumb to that pressure. Peer Power can give you the strength to resist that temptation. The Word became flesh and dwelt among us; and that Word is still with us. God’s Word gives us strength and guidance in our daily life.
Your Christian friends and neighbors share their faith with you through The Word With Us radio program. You can receive Peer Power from ordinary people, just like you, who have personally experienced the power of God and want to share that power with you through these six ways.
We are all individuals, living different lives. Nobody has had exactly the same experience as you have had. Although you are not exactly like anyone else, you aren’t completely different from everyone else, either. There is no situation you are facing that isn’t similar, in some way, to situations other people have successfully overcome by God’s power. You can gain strength and confidence hearing their stories.
God does answer prayers. On The Word With Us you will hear people share how God has worked miracles in their lives. If you would like us to pray for you, or share prayers God has answered in your life, please contact us.
Skeptics who have not had personal experience with God, and have never had prayers answered, don’t give much credibility to personal testimonies. They just chalk up other people’s stories to coincidence or wishful thinking. But the amazing Biblical prophecies are convincing proof that the Bible is not of human origin. These prophecies are so specific, and have been so perfectly fulfilled, no reasonable person can escape the conclusion that God foretold all these things in advance.
Every single prophecy about world history, except for the one that happens immediately before Jesus returns, has been fulfilled. That one remaining prophecy, The Last Egyptian Prophecy, could be perfectly fulfilled by events beginning to take place in the Middle East right now. If these events do unfold as prophecy predicts, then we can be sure that Jesus is just about to return.
Truth never changes. What was true in the past is still true now, and will continue to be true in the future. But the relevance of truth changes from place to place and time to time.
Paul wrote letters to the Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, and others. Each of those letters contained different (but not contradictory) truths because they were written to people in different situations. All of those truths are important to us in proportion to the degree that our situation is similar to theirs.
“Present Truth” is truth that is especially relevant, right here, right now. The Word With Us addresses, frankly and honestly, the practical implications of Present Truth in our daily lives.
Sadly, it is a historical fact that God’s people have wandered away from the truth from time to time in the past. Fortunately, lost Bible truths were rediscovered during the Protestant Reformation. Unfortunately, those truths are slipping away from modern society again. To bring about revival in our churches today we need to rediscover those truths. Reviewing Protestant history, and following the example of the great Protestant reformers, will lead us back to a closer relationship with God and strengthen our local churches.
There are some things that can be expressed musically that can’t be expressed any other way. The Word With Us gives local musicians the opportunity to express their faith and love for God through music.