RAY: Brad and I piloted this show in the spring of 2012. Now going into the fall season we hope to pick up where we left off. This week we talked about the topic of Suffering. There is more to say about suffering. For example I find it very interesting that God who allows us to suffer also allowed His only Begotten Son to suffer as His solution to ending our “eternal suffering”. Suffering began when sin entered into the world. Therefore the Son of God had to suffer in order to remove the penalty of sin from us.
We would like to know what you think about suffering. Let us know how you have chosen to respond to it in your life.
The 1986 Honda Goldwing Aspencade.
We said on the program we would incude a clip of the Goldwng motorcycle I picked up ths summer. I took it to a show and thought I’d take some pictures there. The show was rained out but there was a great concert put on by a one man band local talent “Bob Hawkins”.
The bike currently has 16,900 miles on it. I have a moving message sign on the back. If you think of a Bible quote I should use on it, let me know. ie “The Lords Triumph rode throughout the land.”
Those of you that ride motorcycles: Be Safe. Some would consider that at an oxymoron statement to make of those that ride two wheels. The invitation to know Christ regards your eternal safety. I wish you that safety as well.
For you bike enthusiasts here is a Canadian Made bike show worth watching
RAY: This week Brad and I discussed two topics but only our second topic was recorded properly. So we have a short clip this time. We will redo the first topic which was “Why does God Allow suffering?” on a future date.
This clip is very short but we hope it answers some questions about the topic of Repentance and Forgiveness within the framework of Justice that is required. We didn’t say it in the clip but it is precisely God’s requirement for justice and retribution that made it necessary for Him to come to earth in the person of the Lord Jesus Christ and to die on a cross in order to allow us a route for Repentance and Forgiveness.
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