Who’s your real Daddy?

English: Puzzle Svenska: Pussel

The Bible is like a jigsaw puzzle, and if you only have a few pieces out of  context, you won’t be able to get the full picture. Is your real “Daddy” just a few pieces of that puzzle? Someday, we’re all going to meet God in the fullness and reality of who He is. Do we understand now who He is, or will be surprised on that day that the God we trust is vastly different than the Real Deal? What is Jesus really like?  Jesus didn’t say a whole lot about Himself, so what is the whole picture?

Joining us today is Dave Wager, the author of several books and the  president of Silver Birch Ranch and Nicolet Bible Institute in northern Wisconsin. Dave is also the president of a ministry called The Omega Force, a catalyst that helps Christians learn the Word of God through college-level courses that anyone can take online.

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One Response to Who’s your real Daddy?

  1. Mr Davis says:

    Some things that really touched me today.

    Humility in prayer, there is none, we pray presumptuously, this just breaks my heart for I too do this very thing.

    We say we love God and yet we forget to serve him. How can we forget if we do love? This is a sign of how little we love, if we love at all. If we loved just a little wouldn't we obey? I don't think our love what we call love is anything to boast of. Look to the one who is being torchered for their testimony of Jesus Christ, who is resisting even to the sheding of their own blood. There is a reason why John always refered to himself as the disciple whom Jesus loved. His love is something to boast of for He died for us.

    False teaching that says make bedfellows with sinful behavior believing that this is what Jesus would do. Are we not called to be innocent of evil, to guard our hearts and minds in Christ, to maintain ourselves in holiness, to keep ourselves from even the very appearance of evil? Are we not supposed to be zealous for each others holiness in Christ and for the holiness of the body of Christ to the point we are willing to confront sin in one another in love?

    Galatians 5:7 Ye did run well; who did hinder you that ye should not obey the truth? 8 This persuasion cometh not of him that calleth you. 9 A little leaven leaveneth the whole lump. 10 I have confidence in you through the Lord, that ye will be none otherwise minded: but he that troubleth you shall bear his judgment, whosoever he be .

    Great show today!


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