Radio Bible Hour
Wednesday, June 28, 2017
| An Effective and Respected Christian Radio and Missions Ministry since 1935.


Broadcasting This Week on the Radio Bible Hour:

Date: Topic: Scripture:
June 26
Great Beholds of Christ
Luke 2:10
June 27
Confession of Sin
Leviticus 5:1-5
June 28
Soul Set On Fire
Jeremiah 20:9
June 29
Personal Salvation
(Part 1)
Luke 15:11-24
June 30
Personal Salvation
(Part 2)
Luke 15:11-24
July 1
Our Debt to God
(Part 1)
Luke 16:1
July 2
Our Debt to God
(Part 2)
Luke 16:1


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From Our Founder



 From Our Founder...J. Harold Smith:

  Smith Sayings:  

      ·         When success turns a man's head, it always leaves him looking in the wrong direction.
      ·        One may face temptation but need not yield to it.
      ·        A Christian, like a candle, must keep cool and yet shed forth light at the same time.
      ·        If you do not live your life for Christ, it is a poor gesture to try to speak for Him.
      ·        The best way to solve any problem is to pray about it first.
      ·        The man who is not big enough to apologize is too small for leadership.
      ·        The Bible becomes less interesting as one becomes less spiritual.
      ·        It is not necessary to know the road ahead as long as you follow the Guide.
      ·        Our Lord's "Well done" will not be given to those who sit on the sidelines.
      ·        One of man's greatest problems is not his conduct, but his character.

Vacation Tips for Christians

1.  Take the Lord along with you on your vacation.  His presence will give you a sense of Divine protection.  On the weekends, His presence will channel your steps toward church.  Here you will find spiritual refreshment and allow you to see how other congregations operate.

2.  Write your pastor.  Every Monday morning drop your pastor a note from the church you attended.  Enclose a bulletin.  This consideration of your pastor will be deeply appreciated both b him and church family back home.

3.  Don't take a vacation at the expense of your church.  Never forget that while you are away, church expenses continue as usual and in the same amounts as at any other time of the year.  If it is not convenient for you to leave your church offering envelope with the treasurer before you do away, be sure to mail them faithfully each week during your absence.

4.  When you come back, come back to church.  Nothing take the joy out of a well-earned vacation more than having to use your new-found strength in rushing back home!  Remember, return home in safety, return to work refreshed, and most importantly, return to church in newness of faith. (YGN/June 2007)







                                                                                                                                               ~~YGN – September 1951