For many years, Premier Radio's "Truth for Today" broadcasts have been challenging and encouraging its listeners with the truths of the Word of God. Those who have
heard them know that they usually follow a theme over a number of weeks. A collection of four of these talks reproduced in pocket-sized (10.5cm x 14.85cm) book form has been
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You may also wish to purchase our other Truth for Today collection: Glenn Baxter’s collected talks – "What a God we Christians have!".
Some Problems Christians Face
by Gordon Kell, Peter Ollerhead and Jonathan Hughes.
ISBN: 978 0 901860 58 3 Paperback 68 pages
This book contains updated versions of Truth for Today talks T0236 (Temptation - How do I overcome it?), T0237 (Hypocrisy - How can I be consistent?), T0238 (Commitment - Am I
prepared to Sacrifice?) and T0239 (Conflict - How can it be Resolved?).
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Satan is a past master in the art of temptation. After all, he has had thousands of years of experience in thus opposing the people of God. None of us, in
ourselves, is immune from his attacks. The first chapter helps us to understand the nature of temptation and looks at ways to overcome it.
Reality or pretence? Do not read the second chapter unless you are prepared to be challenged by it! It surveys the Bible's teaching on hypocrisy, a subject that is all too prevalent in today's world.
The third chapter cuts right across the easy-going 'What's in it for me?' attitude that characterises much of 21st Century living. It calls for a thoroughgoing commitment to the Lord Jesus Christ. Read it and be challenged!
"Divide and rule" seems to be Satan's policy in his attacks on the Church today. But why does his programme for conflict have to be so successful? The final chapter takes a helpful look at the problems Christians face in getting on with one another.