In this conversation, Michael and Ron talk about:
- Having and maintaining an eternal perspective
- Apologetics, the defense of our faith
- The importance of spending time in Scripture daily
“The bible will be like spiritual food for you giving you spiritual nourishment. You need daily nourishment from God’s word.
Yesterday’s feast from God’s Word will not suffice for today. You must eat from it daily.”
The Wasted Years, Theodore W. Brennan
I looked upon a farm one day
That once I used to own;
The barn had fallen to the ground
The fields were overgrown.
The house in which my children grew,
Where I had lived for years–
I turned to see it broken down,
And brushed aside the tears.
I looked upon my soul one day
To find it too had grown
With thorns and nettles everywhere,
The seeds neglect has sown.
The years had passed while I had cared
For things of lesser worth;
The things of Heaven I let go
While minding things of earth.
To Christ I turned with bitter tears,
And cried, “Oh Lord, forgive!
I haven’t much time left for Thee,
Not many years to live.”
The wasted years forever gone,
The days I can’t recall;
If I could live those days again,
I’d make Him Lord of All.
Dr. Ron Rhodes received his Th.M. and Th.D. degrees in systematic theology from Dallas Theological Seminary, graduating with honors. He is currently the president of Reasoning from the Scriptures Ministries, an apologetics organization located in Texas. The author of more than 60 books, with millions of books in print, Dr. Rhodes is a keynote speaker at conferences across the United States and Canada. As time permits, he also teaches at a number of seminaries, including Dallas Theological Seminary and Veritas Evangelical Seminary. He has been a guest on many national and regional radio and television programs produced by CBN, Trinity Television, FamilyNet Television, Cornerstone Television, Worship Television, Crossroads Christian Communications, LeSea Broadcasting, Salem Communications, USA Radio, Moody Radio, and others. He and his wife, Kerri, reside in Texas.