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One Gospel Minute

Tennessee Bible College

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Do you have a minute? You only need a minute to tune in to this show! Continuing his father's radio legacy, Tennessee Bible College President, David Hill, presents a brief daily Gospel podcast. Our aim is to inspire you to engage with the Word every day and nurture your faith. Just a minute can have a significant impact! One Gospel Minute Podcast is brought to you by Tennessee Bible College, offering Christian education in Cookeville, Tennessee since 1975.
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My God and My Neighbor

Tennessee Bible College

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My God and My Neighbor is a “Bible talk show” that looks at religious issues, Christian living and world events in light of the Word of God to give hope. This podcast is a ministry of Tennessee Bible College. TBC offers a bachelor's in Bible studies, a master of theology, and a doctorate of theology in apologetics and Christian evidences. TBC also provides Christian books, audio recordings on the Bible, and free Bible courses in English and Spanish. Tune in to My God and My Neighbor to exper ...
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Join Ann Wagner, as she shares new points of hope from God’s Word each week. For many years, Ann struggled with underlying issues initiated from childhood sexual abuse. However, the Bible was the foundational element that offered her healing. Today, Renewing Hope podcast is a place where Ann shares biblical truths that will strengthen one’s relationship with God, offer healing over hurt, and give a fresh perspective for each new day. This podcast is a ministry of Bible Baptist Church in King ...
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A collection of lessons from the archives of Tennessee Bible College. TBC was established in 1975. For over 45 years brethren from this college has brought forth sound Bible preaching. Brother Kerry Duke takes us through several different Biblical topics to include America through the eyes of Isaiah, the Biblical doctrine of the end of things, Hell and others. Join us on this journey through the archives of Tennessee Bible College.
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In life, many profound statements are made, but none surpass the confession of Jesus as the Son of God, a necessary step for salvation. Have you made the good confession? Revisit One Gospel Minute, a radio broadcast by Tennessee Bible College founder, Malcolm Hill. This influential program is the spark that ignited the creation of our current podca…
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“Present homosexuality, degeneracy, and promiscuity as normal, natural, healthy.” Does that sound like something a left-wing group promotes today? It’s actually from a movement that worked hard to change America in the 1950s. This was a decade of strong family values and regular church attendance, but the devil was plotting against the church and t…
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Some think they can distort truth and ruin all that's good. But they can't destroy God's plan, your everlasting soul, or His plan of salvation. All will admit that God holds control and Jesus is Lord. With earthly things destined to pass, “what manner of persons ought you to be?” (II Peter 3:11). Read about this subject Scriptures: II Peter 3:10-11…
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Ann finishes her story of brokenness, abuse, and betrayal. She also shows the grace and kindness of Christ as well as explains the great hope we have in Him! If you haven't listened to the previous episode, you may wish to do so. Ann's book, Hope for the Hurting, can be found on Amazon. In it, Ann explains her struggles with sexual abuse in ministr…
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Jesus' words, 'Judge not that you be not judged,' urge us to self-assess before offering righteous judgment. It's an invitation, not a prohibition, to judge wisely based on God's Word. The Gospel, good news, righteous judgment, leading to a changed heart that results in a changed life. Read about this subject Scriptures: Matthew 7:1; John 7:24…
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Episode Description This episode is like everyday discussions in the halls and classrooms of Tennessee Bible College. We look at the philosophies that shape politics, religion, and culture. In the 1940s fear gripped the hearts of people everywhere because of a madman who wanted to rule the world. But there were intellectuals before this decade that…
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In a world where laws are ignored, judgments are unfair, and wrong is often declared right, remember the words of the prophet Isaiah who warned against such times (Isaiah 5:20-21). The wisdom of man may lead to confusion, but God's wisdom brings order. Don't be swayed by false beliefs. God's truth endures through all generations and confounds world…
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Ann tells more her story of brokenness, abuse, and betrayal. She also shows the grace and kindness of Christ as well as explains the great hope we have in Him! Ann's book, Hope for the Hurting, can be found on Amazon. In it, Ann explains her struggles with sexual abuse in ministry and how hope can be found in Christ! www.amazon.com.au/Hope-Hurting-…
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"Honor all men, love the brotherhood, fear God, honor the King." (I Peter 2:17). Peter's words remind us to respect all, regardless of their background. Christians must love one another, fear God, and honor authority, no matter how wicked the ruler. This is the gospel, and Christianity is the solution. Read about this subject Scriptures: I Peter 2:…
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Imagine a time when the economy was devastated but morality was strong, a decade when one out of four people were unemployed and bedroom scenes and nudity were not allowed in movies. This was life in America in the 1930s. Times were hard, but those trials built character. Financially it was the age of the Great Depression; spiritually it was a time…
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Jesus offers us freedom, not to sin, but from the law of sin and death. This freedom isn't a license for malice but a pathway to walk in His light, continually cleansed by His grace (I John 1:7). Jesus came that we through obedience to Him might be free indeed. The question is, do you understand your freedom? Read about this subject Scriptures: Joh…
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In this episode, Ann Wagner speaks about her experience in being married and in the ministry. She offers practical experience and advice to help keep both strong. Ann's book, Hope for the Hurting, can be found on Amazon. In it, Ann explains her struggles with sexual abuse in ministry and how hope can be found in Christ! www.amazon.com.au/Hope-Hurti…
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It couldn't have happened all at once. It isn’t a recent generational change. The radical shift in American morals goes back further than the cultural revolution of the 1960s and 1970s. This ethical landslide began in the “Roaring Twenties.” This episode is the first of a ten-part, decade-by-decade look at how and why this country is so different t…
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Freedom, as defined by Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes Jr., hinges on the laws of the land to avoid anarchy. Rooted in divine design, freedom comes with an obligation to maintain individual integrity and avoid causing harm. As we celebrate our independence, we must remember the cost of freedom – a daily commitment to goodness and righteousness. With …
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In this episode, Ann Wagner talks about her college experience, tells some funny stories, and explains how it can be a great time in your life as well! Hope for the Hurting can be found on Amazon. www.amazon.com.au/Hope-Hurting-Personal-Overcoming-Betrayal/dp/1449712991 This episode was edited by Aussie Audio and Web Design. Visit aussieaudio.com…
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What would you pay for your liberty? The freedom we enjoy came from the payments of a previous generation. Many have paid for our liberty with their life. Restoring liberty lost comes at a very high price. The highest price ever paid was paid by Jesus Christ on the cruel cross of Calvary. He died for you and me that we might be freed from the bonda…
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What’s your favorite Bible verse? There’s nothing wrong with memorizing special sayings in the Bible, but we shouldn’t play favorites with the Scriptures. This is a mistake many Bible readers make. It is easy to look at only one or two favorite verses and neglect reading other verses that have a bearing on the subject we’re studying. When this happ…
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"Great is God's faithfulness" (Lamentations 3:23). God expects His creation to be faithful to Him. In I Samuel 4, we see how the Israelites' lack of faithfulness was their downfall. Reflect on the Proverb "Keep your heart with all diligence, for out of it are the issues of life" (Proverb 4:23). Faithfulness entails wholehearted dedication. Are you …
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In this episode, Ann speaks about her struggles during her teenage years, her battle with pastoral and sexual abuse, and God's power to overcome! Hope for the Hurting can be found on Amazon. www.amazon.com.au/Hope-Hurting-Personal-Overcoming-Betrayal/dp/1449712991 This episode was edited by Aussie Audio and Web Design. Visit aussieaudio.com…
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Scriptures emphasize the importance of repentance for salvation. It's a challenge to inspire this change, but by preaching God's benevolence and strictness, we can guide people. God's goodness should be enough to make us obey, and His severity is a stern warning. So, are you ready to repent to avoid eternal punishment? Revisiting TBC Founder Malcol…
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He almost killed himself. It was a normal day at work for this prison guard until two men were arrested that were unlike any prisoners he had ever seen. At first he was not impressed by them. But when an earthquake struck one night he started to commit suicide because he thought the prisoners had escaped. One of those two men assured him that all t…
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Feeling burdened by life's challenges? The crucial question - do you know Jesus? Understanding God's plan and the church's role, as depicted in Acts Chapter 8, is part of knowing Him. So is baptism, like the Ethiopian eunuch's story, a God-given command to save us from sins. Become familiar with Jesus, obey Him, become a Christian, and experience t…
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A prevalent issue observed by educators, counselors, and ministers is the absence of fathers at home, leading to problems among children. This deficiency disrupts God's original design of a home, as described in Genesis 2, which includes both a father and a mother. Tampering with this design results in a flawed system impacting not only the home bu…
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“Beyond Good and Evil” is a book written by the German philosopher Nietzsche. He didn’t believe in moral absolutes. Not surprisingly, Adolf Hitler was one of his fans. Are we beyond good and evil today? Do we think these words have lost meaning? There was a time in Israel when “every man did what was right in his own eyes” (Judges 21:25). Centuries…
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In this episode, Ann Wagner introduces herself and shares her personal salvation testimony. Ann shares her own story, and explains how you too can have a relationship with God! Hope for the Hurting can be found on Amazon. https://www.amazon.com.au/Hope-Hurting-Personal-Overcoming-Betrayal/dp/1449712991…
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The New Testament book of Philemon displays equality through Christ, transcending racial differences. The Gospel brings masters and slaves together as equals. The Gospel of Christ is the sole foundation of equality. Atheistic evolution does not teach equality, yet it is being taught in our schools, which is why America is having trouble. God create…
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A well-known song emphasized that 'children are our future.' It is essential to instill obedience to God from a young age (Ecc. 12:1), as youth are the future of the Church. Educating and equipping children through summer Bible programs such as Truth Bible Camp at Tennessee Bible College can combat moral decline and obstacles. Supporting children t…
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How can an old book like the Bible address today’s problems? Spend just a few minutes in the book of First Timothy and you’ll be amazed at how current the Bible is. This epistle deals with issues people discuss every day—homosexuality, a Christian’s relationship to government, the role of women in the church, exercise, drinking, money, and much mor…
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What is expected of me? A favorite teacher of mine once answered, "Our life should be lived in praise to God." In whatever place we find ourselves, let's live in praise to our creator God (Ecc. 12:13). Praising God involves knowing His Word and following it, allowing Christ and His Word to reside within us daily. Read about this subject Scriptures:…
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Do you have a minute? According to the old hymn, "there is just one way to the pearly gates." The Bible emphasizes this singular way. Christ Himself prayed for unity among believers (John 17:17-21), urging us to come together. However, in times of need for the people of God to combat evil, our disunity hinders our strength. He said, "endeavor to ke…
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In a world of war and killing, it might appear that God doesn’t know or doesn’t care what is happening. Even some prophets of God in the Bible couldn’t understand why God didn’t put an end to evil. But God has reasons. He does things in His own time. He takes into account everyone in all ages. Yes, God sees and He cares. More importantly, He is at …
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Living a happy life involves gratitude and appreciation. From the world we live in to the freedom we enjoy, everything comes from our creator and sustainer, God. So live in thanksgiving. Recognize and be thankful for the sacrifices made by many for our liberty. Express gratitude for the support of parents, educators, and friends, and truly apprecia…
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“God Looks on Your Inside, Not Your Outside” Have you ever heard that “Man looks on the outward appearance but the Lord looks on the heart”? We’ll talk about this statement in I Samuel 16:7 and discuss what it means for our lives. We’ll also look at some interesting evidence for the divine inspiration of the Bible and consider “partisan politics” f…
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Jesus Christ emphasized the golden rule of treating others as you want to be treated, a concept central to Christianity. His teachings focus on selflessness and love for others, contrasting with worldly principles of self-exaltation. Embracing His teachings can lead to salvation and understanding of truth. Will you obey Him on His terms? Read about…
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Did you know that we must believe in order to be saved? Belief is crucial for salvation according to Hebrews 11:6, stating that without faith, it's impossible to please Him. To approach God, one must believe in His existence, promise, and teachings. Faith involves belief in God, Christ, the Holy Spirit, and the Bible. Genuine faith is active, requi…
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Do you have a plan for the day you die? Not a will. Not a life insurance policy. Not your things or your business or your savings. Those things are on earth. But you won’t be here. But you will exist after your mortal life ends. Some educated people laughed at the apostle Paul when he taught this almost two thousand years ago, and some today sneer …
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Depict an exceptional entity that is self-sustaining and self-regulated, skilled at managing bodily functions, adapting to temperatures, regulating fluid levels, and maintaining balance. Intrigued? How do you believe such a creature came about? Was it by chance or design? Take a look in the mirror! It's you—fearfully and wonderfully made by the mar…
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The world is incomplete without the nurturing touch of a mother. According to Genesis 2, it was God who introduced woman to complement man. He bestowed upon her the divine duty of shaping the future generation. The household, the society, even the church, all feel the ripple effects of her influence. When mothers falter in their divine responsibili…
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How can you teach your children about right and wrong in a mixed-up world? This episode begins with Jewish training in the home according to Deuteronomy 6:4-9 and Psalm 78:4-8. Next, we look at moral values in American history in an old school book called the “Blueback Speller” by Noah Webster. Then Paul’s words in I Timothy 5 about family responsi…
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Vanity serves no purpose. Arrogance, conceit, and pride are human characteristics. Pursuing wealth and worldly recognition is empty (Ecclesiastes 2). Being steadfast and abounding in the work of the Lord, as stated in I Corinthians 15:58, is seen as humble service to God, contrasting with vanity. What's life all about? "Fear God and keep His comman…
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Our Lord displayed profound sorrow on the cross, lamenting "My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?" Contemplate His immense love and dedication despite the suffering and humiliation He faced (Matthew 27:46). This podcast will periodically feature Gospel teachings by Malcolm Hill, TBC’s Founder, and the original speaker on the ‘One Gospel Minute…
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Episode Description Was it the government’s fault? Maybe too much entertainment? Or have churches, schools and parents failed us? We need to dig deeper if we want the answer. In this episode we’ll look at a voice from long ago that explains our situation. That source is Romans 1:18-32. This amazing passage describes how a culture goes from admittin…
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The Bible is the Word of God, asserting and proving its contents. It encompasses insights on things no one could know like angels, the Godhead, creation, and an objective moral standard. The theme? Salvation from sin, by and through Jesus Christ. Jesus prayed for unity (John 17:17). Recorded by 40 writers over 1,600 years, the world needs the "prec…
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When He promised to build His church, what name do you think should be on it? Some argue that a name holds no significance. According to Jesus, "Upon this rock, I will build my church," Matthew 16:18. Whose church? The scripture says it was the Lord’s church. On Pentecost, baptized believers were added to the church by the Lord (Acts 2:47). He esta…
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Does all the trouble in the world mean the end of the world is near? Many think so. But in this episode we’ll see that people have guessed wrong about this many times before our generation. What does God Himself say about this question? Be ready to open your Bible to Matthew 24 and other passages for the answer! Read about this subject: Scriptures:…
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What is truth? According to Jesus, truth is God's Word, which He prayed would guide and sanctify His disciples. The standard should always be truth. It transcends personal opinions, preferences, family traditions, and cultural norms. In the words of the Apostle Paul, "Let God be true and every man a liar," Romans 3:4. Read about this subject Script…
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Did God promise the land in Israel to the Jewish people—permanently? We hear this discussed from all sides today except God’s side. It all goes back to the promise God made to Abraham in Genesis 12. Was that promise an unconditional guarantee that this land would always belong to the nation of Israel? Read about this subject Scriptures: Gen. 12:1-7…
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A survey from the Cultural Research Center of Arizona Christian University found that only 46% of American adults trust the Bible as the Word of God. Faith in the book, once quoted by politicians and read in schools, is declining. Why? Decades of criticism have taken their toll. Will the book called the "Holy Bible" survive? This episode looks at t…
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Tennessee Bible College presents the My God and My Neighbor Podcast, hosted by Kerry Duke. We see the Bible as more than just another book; it is The Book. Our discussions address modern issues through a biblical perspective, emphasizing the importance of the Bible in guiding us. My God and My Neighbor is guided by Psalm 119:105, "Your Word is a la…
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