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Brannon Howse
Brannon Howse
Aired Tuesday, February 28
Brannon Howse: February 28, 2017
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Part Two: I Don’t Know if I am Saved & If I Can Be Saved. Topic: Twice in the last week Brannon has received e-mails from listeners that worry that they may not be saved and that they fear that if they are not saved it may be because they cannot be saved. Topic: Brannon explains why someone that is concerned about their eternal soul and the judgment of God is not someone that has been turned over by God and is unable to be saved.  Topic: For those questioning their salvation, Brannon looks at 10 hallmarks of a Christian as found in First John. I John 5:13 says that the book of First John was written that you may know you have eternal life. Topic: In this program Brannon looks at Romans 7 & 8 to explain that Christians will still sin but that their life should be marked more by obedience than disobedience. Paul in Romans 7 explains the battle that rages within Christians between the natural man and the new mind. Paul says that the things he wants to do he does not do and the things he does not want to do he does. Paul is describing the victories the natural man or flesh has over him despite his own will to do otherwise. Yet, at the end of Romans 7, Paul shouts for joy because of the Holy Spirit that empowers his new mind to have victory over the natural man or flesh. Then in chapter 8 Paul further explains that the power and victory is found through the Holy Spirt. Just because you sin does not mean you are not a Christian. Do you come under conviction when you sin? Do you long to live a righteous life? Is your life marked more by obedience than disobedience? Whether you are saved and questioning that fact or not saved but desire to be, this program is vital for you to listen to with your Bible open. 

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Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung will receive a Middle East News Up-date from Dave Dolan. Jimmy and Dave will discuss a number of issues that are current events in that region of the world; a domestic issue that has divided the State of Israel; the IDF says they will respond to Hizbullah with all their military power; Palestinian protestors are carrying posters that have a photo of the Prime Minister, depicting him as Hitler; and the Saudi Spy Chief visited the Israeli leaders in Jerusalem and the Palestinians leaders in the Palestinian areas.

I Pray Thee Cotton Mather

How do you pray for people? How do you pray for someone with a burden? A tall person? Kids? A shopkeeper? Pastor Mike talks about Cotton Mather and his prayer life. Cotton was a Puritan minister from the 17th century. Pastor Mike also shares some humor and talks about a book by B.B. Warfield.

Interview with Costi Hinn part 5 March 1, 2017

 

In today's installment Costi discusses whether or not in all of his years on the inside of the faith healing circuit he has ever seen any medically documented healing. He also discusses an element that is absolutely critical to these crusades, specifically, the emotionally charged music. Costi goes into great detail about how people's emotions are manipulated to elicit responses. 

Ever wonder why you’ve been placed on Planet Earth? In a marvelous verse from God, our reason for being is connected with our roles as members of a divine community. Let’s seek some clarity on why you and I are here, and, what God expects us to do with this truth.  

Dr. David Brown is pastor of First Baptist Church of Oak Creek, WI. He holds a masters degree in theology and a Ph.D. in history, specializing in the history of the English Bible. He is the president of the King James Bible Research Council, an organization dedicated to promoting the King James Bible and its underlying texts. He is also the president of Logos Communication Consortium, a research organization that produces a large variety of materials warning Christians of present dangers in our culture. Dr. Brown is also on the board of directors of the Center for Research & Preservation of the Majority Texts.

According to Dr. Brown, 3 events brought the world out of the Dark Ages: Development of moveable type by Yohannes Gutenberg, the fall of Constantinople to the Islamic Turks and Erasmus putting together his Greek New Testament.

Gutenberg did not invent the printing press. He did invent the moveable type that allowed him to print his Bible. It didn't sell well but it did prepare the way for the Reformation Bibles of Luther, Tyndale, Coverdale, etc.

At the fall of Constantinople, all the scholars took their manuscripts and headed West to Germany and England. They began to introduce the Greek languages back into the universities.

At that time there was a Catholic priest named Desiderius Erasmus of Rotterdam. After studying the Scriptures he began to be burdened that the Scriptures might be put into the language of the people. Erasmus said, 'I would that God would have the plow boy sing text of the Scripture as he plows the field and that the weaver would hum them to the tune of his shovel.' He put all of the New Testament together in one book in 1516.

William Tyndale received Erasmus's Greek New Testament and accepted Christ as his Lord and Savior. Dr. Brown related the story of Tyndale's firm words at Sodbury Manor that indicated he also desired to see the common person obtain the Word of God. Eventually he went to Worms where he published his 1526 New Testament. They were shipped to England but the St. Paul's Cathedral bishop bought all of them that he could obtain and burned them. Tyndale took the money and published a 1534 revised edition and those were smuggled into England as well.

Tyndale was eventually arrested and taken to an area outside Brussels where he was imprisoned for 500 days. Tyndale would not change his mind but did manage to lead the jailer and his family to the Lord. Ultimately he was charged with heresy and was burned at the stake in 1536 at which time he uttered those classic words, 'Lord, open the King of England's Eyes!'

This great history tour continued as Dr. Brown discussed Myles Coverdale (He produced the first complete Bible in English.), John Rogers (responsible for the Matthews Bible), the Geneva Bible (the first Bible with verse divisions), the Bishops Bible and how we got the beloved King James Bible.

Part Two: I Don’t Know if I am Saved & If I Can Be Saved. Topic: Twice in the last week Brannon has received e-mails from listeners that worry that they may not be saved and that they fear that if they are not saved it may be because they cannot be saved. Topic: Brannon explains why someone that is concerned about their eternal soul and the judgment of God is not someone that has been turned over by God and is unable to be saved.  Topic: For those questioning their salvation, Brannon looks at 10 hallmarks of a Christian as found in First John. I John 5:13 says that the book of First John was written that you may know you have eternal life. Topic: In this program Brannon looks at Romans 7 & 8 to explain that Christians will still sin but that their life should be marked more by obedience than disobedience. Paul in Romans 7 explains the battle that rages within Christians between the natural man and the new mind. Paul says that the things he wants to do he does not do and the things he does not want to do he does. Paul is describing the victories the natural man or flesh has over him despite his own will to do otherwise. Yet, at the end of Romans 7, Paul shouts for joy because of the Holy Spirit that empowers his new mind to have victory over the natural man or flesh. Then in chapter 8 Paul further explains that the power and victory is found through the Holy Spirt. Just because you sin does not mean you are not a Christian. Do you come under conviction when you sin? Do you long to live a righteous life? Is your life marked more by obedience than disobedience? Whether you are saved and questioning that fact or not saved but desire to be, this program is vital for you to listen to with your Bible open. 

Today on PTIB Ken Timmerman, in Washington, talks to Jimmy DeYoung about the VX-nerve gas which was used to assassinate the half brother of the Supreme leader of North  Korea. This VX nerve gas is the most dangerous chemical weapon and is considered a WMD. Jimmy and Ken will also discuss the possibility that IS has a supply of VX nerve gas as well; they will have an up-date on the fight in Mosul, Iraq, where Iraqi forces are trying to rid Iraq of IS; and will reveal the truth about the report that IS is broke.

Our Favorite Heresies (Part 3)

Mike and Steve banter heresies like a 1970’s pinball machine. #tilt

Interview with Cost Hinn part 4 Feb. 28, 2017

We continue our discussion with Costi Hinn, Benny Hinn's nephew. Cost will share with us more about his story and what it was like on the inside working for the world's most famous self-proclaimed "healing evangelist."

In First Peter, believers are said to be part of “a royal priesthood.” Today, we consider our place in a local church. We’ll look at the role of the priesthood, past and present, and see that our status in the church may be higher than we think. 

Dr. David Brown is pastor of First Baptist Church of Oak Creek, WI. He holds a masters degree in theology and a Ph.D. in history, specializing in the history of the English Bible. He is the president of the King James Bible Research Council, an organization dedicated to promoting the King James Bible and its underlying texts. He is also the president of Logos Communication Consortium, a research organization that produces a large variety of materials warning Christians of present dangers in our culture. Dr. Brown is also on the board of directors of the Center for Research & Preservation of the Majority Texts.

2 Timothy 3:16 is the Bible verse that covers the inspiration of the Bible (God breathed out his words) while 2 Peter 1:21 covers the fact that God's Word is not man's ideas. The Holy Ghost carried the writers along to write out exactly what God had breathed out, in their own style. In other words, we have the words of God in our Bible today.

Dr. Brown noted that while we don't have original manuscript evidence for the Bible, we have copies of those originals. In fact, there are thousands of examples of Greek manuscript evidence to support the accuracy of the Bible. He cited one in particular known as the Magdalene Fragment that dates back to about 70 AD. It agrees with the text of the King James Version of the Bible.

The Bible was written over a period of about 1,500 years. It began with God's revelation to Moses on Mount Sinai. The Old Testament is testified to in the scroll of Isaiah. Regarding the Jews who preserved the Old Testament, they were so meticulous in their efforts, they couldn't write anything from memory. Dr. Brown described the process beginning with a reading scribe, a writing scribe and a checking scribe.

By the end of the 1st century or the beginning of the 2nd century, the books of the New Testament were collected into one volume. Dr. Brown believes by that time the church recognized what was God's Word and what wasn't. Writings that fit the latter category include the Gnostic Gospels.

Dr. Brown mentioned how the term 'canon' means 'reed or measuring rod' but came to mean 'a rule of faith'. In light of that, what should we make of the Apocrypha? Why isn't that part of the canon of the Bible? There are no Hebrew manuscripts of the Apocrypha. So while it was added in, in the 1400's the Westminster fathers indicated that although they felt it was good for historical purposes, it was not to be taken as Scripture.

As part one moved along, Jim had Dr. Brown discuss the following:

--Since we don't have the original manuscripts, which copies can we depend upon?

--How did the Bible move from the Hebrew to the Latin Vulgate?

--Why did the Roman church prevent people from reading the Bible on their own?

--What men did God use to break this grip of church control?

--Who was Richard Hunne?

Should Mary be elevated to co-redeemer with Christ? The Marian Association has requested Pope Francis to grant honor to the Blessed Virgin Mary as 'co-redemptrix" with Jesus. The association believes this will foster greater devotion to the Mary, the mother of God. Mike gives biblical reasons why this would dishonor the Lord Jesus Christ and pervert His Gospel even further.

Mike also discusses the reasons why so many evangelicals are abandoning the Reformation.  

Abner Chou: Lesson #8  Verse By Verse on 2 Timothy 

Series: With the Master on Our Knees (Vol.2)

Lesson: 14

Title: The High Priestly Prayer, Part 2

Passage: John 17

Description: We have come to the second portion of the High Priestly Prayer where Christ prays for the 11 disciples. Christ has no selfishness in His prayers for the 11 as He prays for their unity, their joy, their purity and their sanctification. We will consider in this lesson six summary statements regarding the eleven and six selfless supplications for the eleven.

 

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung and Dave James have their weekly conversation, focused on an issue key to your Christian walk. Jimmy and Dave will have a discussion  today on the "Sign Gifts, Are They For Today?"; the spread of these sign gifts in Africa, where Dave is in ministry; and the Biblical rules for "speaking in tongues". This is a very important discussion that you need to hear, and why not call a friend to encourage them to listen as well.

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Do you anticipate receiving a reward from Christ when you stand before His Judgment Seat?

 

On this edition of “Encounter God’s Truth,” Bible scholar Dr. John Whitcomb will inform and motivate us that we may present to the Lord gold, silver and precious stones when we meet Him on the awesome day of judgment for believers.

 

Wayne Shepherd, our host, also asks Dr. Whitcomb what specific types of works we can do that will be considered valuable in terms of Paul’s instructions in 1 Corinthians 3:12. 

 

God’s Word is true from the beginning to the end, and we want to help you understand that Word and prepare for the future! Thank you for listening.

 

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