Jean and Orpah on Their Bible Survey Book

Discover a special Bible survey resource with Dr. David Reagan on the show Christ in Prophecy.

Last aired on October 30, 2011.

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Dr. Reagan: I never ceased to be amazed at how God can work through anyone who truly gives their heart to Him. This week we are going to talk with two women whom God has used to produce a wonderful book that defines and defends Biblical Christianity. One is a former cultural Christian, the other a former Jehovah’s Witness, stay tuned.

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Part 1

Dr. Reagan: Greetings in the name of Jesus our blessed hope, and welcome to Christ in Prophecy. This week I am delighted to have two very special ladies with me as our guests they are from Lexington Kentucky, and their names are Jean Eason, and Orpah Hicks. Ladies welcome to Christ in Prophecy and to the great state of Texas.

Orpah Hicks: We bring you greetings from Kentucky.

Dr. Reagan: Ok.

Jean Eason: Good to be here.

Dr. Reagan: I understand both of you’ve been to Texas before.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: But never to the Dallas area, right?

Jean Eason: Never.

Orpah Hicks: First time.

Dr. Reagan: Well we are glad to have you here.

Orpah Hicks: In fact–

Dr. Reagan: I always love to go up to Kentucky because you know here is kind of flat and barren, and up there it is so beautiful all those trees. I just love it. And of course we have a lot of supporters in the state of Kentucky as you well know.

Jean Eason: Um-huh.

Dr. Reagan: Well folks in this program we are going to be discussing with these ladies a wonderful book that they have written that is titled, Bird’s-Eye View of the Bible, and the sub-title is, Each One Teach One. But before we get into a discussion with them about their book I want to read a Scripture that is found in 2 Chronicles 16:9 and it reads as follows, “The eyes of the Lord move to and fro throughout the earth, that He may strongly support those whose heart is completely His.” Isn’t that an amazing statement! Just think about it. Our Creator is constantly seeking people who have given their hearts completely to Him so that He might support them, encourage them and empower them to serve Him. Well I can assure you that those words apply to the two ladies who are our guests today. I have known both of them for a long time and I know that they are anointed teachers of God’s Word. Tell us ladies, what was your purpose in putting this book together?

Orpah Hicks: Well the purpose is to give an easy to read overview of, or a birds-eye view of the whole Bible.

Dr. Reagan: Okay.

Orpah Hicks: And it’s also to let people know that the Bible has, that God has absolute standards. And hopefully anyone that reads this is going to come to realize the importance of developing a personal relationship with the Lord. And perhaps be wanting to share it with a friend, where they read it to them, give them the book or whatever.

Dr. Reagan: Ok.

Orpah Hicks: And then we also feel like it could be really useful in the Church as a book to use in Bible Studies, for evangelism.

Dr. Reagan: Well I can say, I can affirm that first purpose that you mentioned is really needed in the Church today, an overview of the Bible, because as you so well know, both of you know we have a famine of the Word in the Church today. So many churches the pastors are up preaching modern psychology, they are not teaching the Bible. The average Christian today is not rooted in the fundamentals of the faith and they need an overview of the Bible, one that includes both the Old Testament and the New Testament. So I congratulate you on providing this tremendous overview because that is exactly what it is. Let me ask another question how did the two of you happen to decide to collaborate on writing a book? I mean how did you get together in the first place and decide to write a book.

Jean Eason: Well the truth of the matter is Dave I had this on my heart many years ago. And I think at one time I even asked you to write it.

Dr. Reagan: I was going to say I know you had it on your heart because you pestered me constantly with it, and I am so glad to see it finally in print. Go ahead.

Jean Eason: Well I took a class Making Disciples about 3 years ago at our church and that dream was rekindled in my heart, it was burning and I had to do something about it. And I just felt like the Lord was saying to me, “You can do this,” and I said, “Well, Lord I need help.”

Dr. Reagan: So how did you get together with Orpah?

Jean Eason: Well I stepped out in faith first and asked these four ladies if they would be willing to help me once a week and they were excited about it. And then I prayed, “Well Lord I need somebody steeped in the Word of God.” So I asked Orpah, and I didn’t dream that she would come on board, but when she did she was icing on the cake.

Dr. Reagan: Well I know she has been a teacher of the Bible for a long time.

Orpah Hicks: Well I was a bit reluctant for a while because my husband was ill and I was just a little bit concerned about committing myself to the project.

Dr. Reagan: Sure.

Orpah Hicks: But I was very happy to come on board.

Dr. Reagan: Well it was a beautiful collaboration because I tell you this book is just wonderful. The way it is laid out, the illustrations in it, the way it is organized, it is just a wonderful book. And I can see that the Holy Spirit anointing was. In fact look at the cover of that, it has some berries on there with some leaves. What is the significance of that?

Jean Eason: The berries represent the Trinity, the concept of the Trinity, and the leaves are the 12 apostles, and that was idea of my grandson Phil Kidd.

Dr. Reagan: That’s great, I just love it. It’s so beautifully. And let me ask you something else the subtitle says, Each One Teach One how did you come up, and what is the purpose of that? What does that mean?

Jean Eason: Well the Lord gave me a picture of a banquet table Dave. Imagine a banquet table being covered with all this beautiful silverware and china and Christians are all sitting around and there having a wonderful conversation, joining the fellowship and having a great meal. And then just imagine that being cleared off and you have these wonderful Bible studies. And Christians have been enjoying the riches of these things for many years and really studying their Bible for years and years. And until then you look at the walls and their glass all the way around, and there are people standing out there knee deep, they would like what you have but they can’t bring themselves to the idea of opening the door and walking in.

Dr. Reagan: Ok.

Jean Eason: And the Christians sitting inside with all of this information they can’t bring themselves to open those doors and invite them in. But what if you gave me a name of one of those people standing out there and you said, “Go call on my friend,” and I took this little tool and I spent an hour a week with him, in 10 weeks he would have the fundamentals of the Bible.

Dr. Reagan: There you go.

Jean Eason: He would be discipled at the same time and you’ve made a good friend.

Dr. Reagan: And you make a good point there because when I read this the first thing that occurred to me is that is not only something for an individual to read, but it would be a great manual to use as teaching other people. This is a great teaching manual, so I congratulate you on that. The first chapter is entitled, “Why I Believe the Bible,” and I think that is where you begin. I mean why in the world should I even study the Bible? Why should I believe the Bible? And I can’t think of a better way to start. So this is your beginning and what is the fundamental point you try to make in that chapter?

Orpah Hicks: Well I guess the main point we want to make in that is that the Bible, it has no equal, and we wanted to establish its uniqueness and its dependability.

Dr. Reagan: How it stands apart from all other books.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: And that it is the Word of God.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: Do you give evidences in that chapter that it really is the Word of God?

Orpah Hicks: Yes we do.

Dr. Reagan: Like what?

Orpah Hicks: Like the historical evidence, the archeological evidence, the number of writers that put it together.

Dr. Reagan: All come together, yeah.

Orpah Hicks: All come together.

Dr. Reagan: How about the fulfillment of Bible Prophecy?

Orpah Hicks: Oh, and that is the biggie, that is a biggie.

Dr. Reagan: Well let me ask you another question and that is in the second chapter of the book is about the Second Coming of Jesus and that surprised me. You know you would think that if you are going to do an overview of the Bible that you would leave that for the last chapter, the Second Coming of Jesus. Why did you decide to move it up to the very front of the book?

Jean Eason: Well because the Second Coming is going to usher in the New Heaven and the New Earth. So what if the person after once they have come to realize the Bible is true, they need hope, they need something to look to for themselves. What are they going to get out of this?

Dr. Reagan: Okay, alright.

Jean Eason: And they can learn that they are going to be blessed by a New Heaven and New Earth, and God has a wonderful plan for them. So once they get interested and we wet their thirst for the study of the Bible, then perhaps they will be willing to get into the Word of God and to finish the book.

Dr. Reagan: Well you know as a teacher of Bible Prophecy I was just thrilled that you had that up near the front, because a lot of people just totally ignore it. But you are right it gives hope to the unbeliever it gives them hope beyond the tragedies of this world and the stresses of this world. And for the believer it should be a motivator for evangelism and also for holy living. Often pastors tell me that they think that Bible Prophecy is sort of pie in the sky, but it’s not; it has to do with the here and now.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Part 2

Dr. Reagan: Welcome back to our discussion with Jean Eason and Orpah Hicks authors of a book called, The Bird’s-Eye View of the Bible. Ladies we discussed the first chapter about the Bible and why it is the Word of God. Your second chapter is about the Second Coming of Jesus. Your third chapter is entitled, “Making Reservations,” and I looked at that and I thought, “Making reservations for what?”

Jean Eason: Well you know David if a person is totally unfamiliar with the Bible he doesn’t understand Church terms and biblical terms like being saved.

Dr. Reagan: Right

Jean Eason: And so he needs to know what he must do in order to live in this New Heaven and New Earth. How is he going to make reservations? He needs to know what his requirements are.

Dr. Reagan: That’s right.

Jean Eason: So this chapter covers that. And once he understands this, then he can make a decision to make a plan to live in God’s Kingdom.

Dr. Reagan: You know the point that you made right there at the beginning is really a good one. I was talking to a pastor the other day and he said, “David one of the, our society has become so secular and so pagan,” that he said, “that there are many evidences for that of course.” But he said, “One increasingly,” this was a guy who is really involved in one-on-one evangelism. He said, “I go up to people and say, “Are you saved?” And they say, “Saved from what?”

Jean Eason: Oh, exactly.

Dr. Reagan: They don’t even know they are lost. That is the kind of secular society we live in today. You know one of the things that I was really thrilled about in your third chapter is that you mentioned a word that is very seldom ever heard anymore, the word sin. You actually talked about people being sinners. You know today people talk about bad choices, they talk about unwise decisions. Why is it important to talk about sin?

Orpah Hicks: Well sin is what separates us from God. And all of us are separated from God by sin because we are born with a heart problem. But God is the only one that can provide a heart transplant.

Dr. Reagan: When you say we are born with a heart problem you are talking about we are born with a sin nature, right?

Orpah Hicks: Yes, we are born with a sin nature, a bent towards sin.

Dr. Reagan: Yes.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: And people need to know they are sinners.

Orpah Hicks: Right.

Dr. Reagan: But so often today people are just afraid to say that.

Orpah Hicks: Yes, and they just think they made a mistake, or made a bad choice.

Dr. Reagan: I think Ray Comfort who is a great evangelist has said often one of the best ways to do that is to lead them through the Ten Commandments. “Have you ever committed adultery, in your mind as well as physically? What about in your mind, Jesus says if you do this in your mind. You know have you ever gossiped?” Just got right through the Ten Commandments and say, “Now you know this is separating you from God.”

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: But people need to be confronted with the fact that they are sinners.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: And so often that is not done today. Chapter Four let’s go over it for a moment, in Chapter Four you; oh I love this, “What Happens When you Die?” You know that is probably the number one question that people have about the future, about life in general. The atheist answer is nothing, you are dead and you are dead. Can you imagine that your greatest hope is that there is nothing after life? That is their greatest hope. But what do you have to say about what happens when you die?

Orpah Hicks: Well I think the most important thing to emphasize, for a person to realize is that at physical death you don’t cease to exist, after this comes judgment.

Dr. Reagan: So the atheists are in for a big surprise.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: After that comes judgment. So your point is; we are going to face the Lord God Almighty one of these days and we are going to have to answer for the sins that we have committed.

Orpah Hicks: And it isn’t going to make any difference whether we believed it or not, it is going to happen.

Dr. Reagan: Yes. So what is the good news for the believer when that happens?

Orpah Hicks: The good news is that God’s got a solution for the problem, in Jesus Christ.

Dr. Reagan: And those who have accepted Him, their sins are forgiven and they are forgotten. God will never hold them against them, right?

Orpah Hicks: Right, right.

Dr. Reagan: And they are forgiven, they are washed clean. But for the sinner who has never received Jesus Christ, the one who rebels against Christ it’s a whole different situation.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: They are going to be held responsible. We are all going to stand before God who is going to hold us responsible.

Orpah Hicks: That’s right.

Jean Eason: And you know Dave one thing that is universal we all know that we are going to die someday. But then what? Can they be sure? Can they be sure that they’re not going to continue living?

Dr. Reagan: And every person watching this program right now needs to ask themselves that question.

Jean Eason: That’s right. That’s right.

Dr. Reagan: If I were to die today, and any of us could, I mean I could be hit by a car, drop dead from a heart attack, whatever. Most people think they are going to live forever; well they just need to look at the statistics.

Jean Eason: That’s right.

Orpah Hicks: That’s right.

Dr. Reagan: And you know am I ready to meet my maker? And so often people say, “Well,” they respond to that by saying, “Well I’ve got this problem, this problem, this problem, but I am so much better than my next door neighbor.” Does God grade on the curve?

Jean Eason: Absolutely not, and just because they believe nothing is going to happen to them that doesn’t make it true.

Dr. Reagan: Yeah, God doesn’t grade on the curve He grades on the Cross.

Jean Eason: Right.

Dr. Reagan: And we are all sinners, we all need a Savior and He has sent that Savior His one and only begotten Son, and we are urging people to take that seriously. Now in your next two chapters five and six, they are closely related. One is called, “Knowing God,” the other is titled, “Your Personal Relationship with God,” now those are pretty closely related. Is it possible to know God? Is it possible to have a personal relationship with God? I mean isn’t God sort of aloof and distant and not really concerned about our problems and our needs?

Jean Eason: You know God created us for fellowship. In John 17:3 it says, “This means everlasting life, their taking in knowledge of you, the only true God, and of the one whom you sent forth, Jesus Christ.” So if you look at that Scripture carefully it means everlasting life to know, to know Him. So how can we know Him? We can know Him through the Word of God as we read; we learn about His character, we learn about His expectations, we learn about His love and His concern for us. And through prayer we can talk to Him, just like I am talking to you now. And He says to be still and know that I am God.

Dr. Reagan: Well basically what you are saying is that you get to know God the way you get to know anybody. The only way I could get to know you is I’ve got to spend some time with you. Take Billy Graham for example I know a lot about Billy Graham. I’ve read biographies of Billy Graham. I have seen him speak and so forth. But I have never met Billy Graham; I’ve never talked with Billy Graham. I know about him, but I don’t know him.

Jean Eason: Right.

Dr. Reagan: You see I know you because I’ve known you for many years. But to get to know somebody you’ve got to spend time with them. You have to find out what they like, what they dislike. You’ve got to find out all these, and the only way you can come to know God is you’ve got to spend time with Him. So you do that the way you talked; you do it by prayer, in His Word, fellowshipping with other people who know Him, worshipping. So you can really come to know God personally.

Orpah Hicks: There is a lot of confusion about who God is. Who is God the Father? Who is Jesus? Who is the Holy Spirit? And we can learn from Scripture what God’s revealed about Himself, even though his mystery, that still remains a mystery.

Dr. Reagan: Yes.

Orpah Hicks: We can know what is revealed.

Dr. Reagan: Well sure. You know anybody, if we could come to know God perfectly, He wouldn’t be God because He is above us as humans in terms of our human comprehension. But we can come to know Him as a loving God, a personal God. In fact that is one of the things that sets Christianity apart.

Orpah Hicks: Because this is revealed in the Scripture.

Dr. Reagan: That’s right. It sets it apart from all other religions is we have a personal God. Islam does not have a personal God, Hinduism doesn’t have a personal God; the gods are aloof and distant, but we have a personal God. One of my favorite Scriptures is 1 Peter 5:6, “Humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God that He may exalt you at the proper time, cast all your anxiety upon Him because He cares for you.” He cares for you, it is a personal God.

Jean Eason: I love that Scripture.

Dr. Reagan: And I love these two chapters because in these two chapters you really show people how to know God and how to have a personal relationship with Him. And I congratulate you on the great job that you did in putting those chapters.

Orpah Hicks: You know we look at creation and we can see that He is almighty, and we see that He is all powerful, and He has all knowledge or He couldn’t have created.

Dr. Reagan: That’s right.

Orpah Hicks: So and then it is through Bible study that we learn His will and He speaks to us, and it is through prayer we speak to Him.

Dr. Reagan: That’s right. Well chapter seven you start talking about beware of taking the wrong path, destructive heresies, false teachings. The Bible says in the End Times we are going to live in an age of deception, and boy are we ever living in an age of deception today. But I tell you what I want to postpone our discussion of this to next week because I want to invite you two to come back next week and talk with us about this because I know that both of you have had some experience with this, personal experience. You as a cultural Christian, you as a former Jehovah’s Witness, so I am going to have you come back next week and discuss your personal testimony with us. And when you do that I want you to talk a little bit about this chapter and some of the things that you have to say in here, because again we live in an age of deception and we can easily be deceived. I remember one time Jean you told me that you found in your experience of knocking doors as a Jehovah’s Witness, that the average Jehovah’s Witness can take the average Baptist, Church of Christ.

Jean Eason: Yup.

Dr. Reagan: Whatever, Methodist and turn them into a theological pretzel in two minutes flat.

Jean Eason: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: Because the Jehovah’s Witness has been trained, they know what they believe. They know why they believe it and the average Christian doesn’t have the foggiest idea first of all what they believe and how to defend it and how to find it and prove it in the Word of God. So you know firsthand don’t you?

Jean Eason: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: So we are all subject to deception all of us, and the only way we are going to be able to protect ourselves against deception is through the Word of God.

Jean Eason: Amen.

Dr. Reagan: We’ve got to know it; we’ve got to be able to test everything by it. So next week the Lord willing we will be back to discuss with both of you your testimonies and also this particular chapter. But in just a moment we are going to continue going through your book.

Part 3

Dr. Reagan: Welcome back to our discussion with Jean Eason and Orpah Hicks authors of the book entitled, Bird’s-Eye View of the Bible, it is a book designed for both students and teachers of God’s Word. Ladies let’s move on to chapter 8, chapter 8 says, “The Worldview and You,” now what in the world is a worldview?

Orpah Hicks: It’s how we view and see the world that we live in.

Dr. Reagan: How we make decisions.

Orpah Hicks: We make decisions and the Bible tells us that we live in a fractured, fallen world. It also tells us that the reason we have sin is because people have a sin problem and God is the only one again in the transplant business, and He has provided a solution for this in Jesus.

Dr. Reagan: Amen. You know the average Christian doesn’t even know what a worldview is, but there is a Christian worldview that is outlined by the Bible. It is so different from the world view, the world view is of humanism and it teaches that man is basically good and can be trusted, and that there is no hardcore evil in the world. The Bible teaches just the opposite; man is basically fallen, man is basically evil, the world is an evil place that we are in a battle a cosmic battle with Satan. So this concept of worldview is really an important chapter in your book, and for that reason let me ask you what do you consider to be some of the challenges to the Christian worldview today?

Jean Eason: I think the greatest challenge Dave is living the Christian life. It’s one thing to know it; it is another thing to do it, to practice it. And the problem with today is that so many people are not grounded in the Word of God. And if they are not hanging around church and people who are trying to live it, then I think Satan is going to pick them off pretty quickly.

Dr. Reagan: Well you are so right living the Christian worldview is so important and that is what the world really looks at. You can talk to them all day long about the Bible, but they are looking at you and how you are living and whether you are really living a Christ-like life. And that means more to them I think then anything, if you begin to do that and they see the blessings upon your life, I think they are going to want what you got. Well let me ask you something else, on page 91 you have a statement that I want to quote here, it’s in this chapter on worldview and I want to get your, expand it for us a little bit. It really caught my eye, page 91 you say, “Truth is not like clay that each person can mold as he or she wants. Truth is like the Law of Gravity.” What do you mean by that?

Orpah Hicks: Well there is absolute truth; today there are a lot of people who are teaching that there is no such thing as absolute truth.

Dr. Reagan: In fact most people.

Orpah Hicks: And I can believe that I can fly and jump off of a building, but that is not going to stop me from hitting the ground, so truth it’s an absolute truth.

Dr. Reagan: There is absolute truth, and the Bible outlines that absolute truth. Like for example in the Ten Commandments each one of those constitutes absolute truth. You know what the difference though between the Law of Gravity and absolute moral truth is that when you violate a natural law, there is an immediate consequence, if I stick my hand in fire I am burned, if I step off a building I fall. But there is a difference when it comes to the fundamentals laws of morality. When you commit adultery you might not be caught immediately, you might be able to continue with that for some time and have pleasure in it. But the Bible teaches sooner or later it is going to be discovered, sooner or later it will be revealed, sooner or later it will be shouted from the housetops. There are consequences of the violation of moral laws, just as there are consequences of the violation of physical laws.

Orpah Hicks: And they go on and on.

Dr. Reagan: On and on, yes, yes.

Orpah Hicks: It’s not an immediate consequence and it’s over.

Dr. Reagan: Yeah, my former colleague Dennis Pollock used to talk a lot about this, he said, “You know if the moral laws were like the physical laws, than every time you violated a moral law God would hit you on the head with a hammer, that this big hand would come down.” But that wouldn’t be living by faith, living by faith means you’ve got to believe God’s Word, you’ve got to believe that the consequences are there and most people don’t and so they get into trouble, a lot of trouble. In fact at a very early age we end up with people with terribly messed up lives because they are violating the fundamental moral laws which are absolute laws.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: So I appreciate the fact that you are willing to take the stand of saying that there is absolute truth, because I want to tell you most people, even pastors will not take that stand today because the number one value in America today is tolerance, tolerance. Got any comments about that?

Jean Eason: Well you know you can believe all you want to that you have a God within that is going to guide your life and you can believe if I go by this gut feeling that I have that I can do and practice and live the way I want to. But that doesn’t change the fact that God is the only one, the only one in the Universe that is all knowing, all powerful, and can be everywhere at the same time. So just forget about being your own God.

Dr. Reagan: And yet the New Age Movement says look within, find the God within and the Bible says, “Hey that is all rotten within.”

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Jean Eason: Yes, absolutely.

Dr. Reagan: So it is just the exact opposite of what the Bible teaches. Well chapter 9, “The Church and You,” “The Church and You.” You know I think this is important because today I am running across more and more people who feel like that they don’t need a church. All they need is a Bible Study group or TV, I will watch a Church service on TV on Sunday mornings and shout Hallelujah, and maybe hum along with a few songs, listen to a sermon. So many people today feel like church is irrelevant. Do people really need to be in a church, involved in a church? Go ahead, either one.

Orpah Hicks: They do need to be in a Church, they need a support group, they need a place where they can learn what the Bible teaches. And they need a place where they can praise our Creator God and worship Him for what He has done for us, and providing a solution to the problem that we have.

Dr. Reagan: What were you going to say Jean?

Jean Eason: I was going to say that God designed the Church you know to preach and teach and make disciples and to love one another. And if He designed it and it’s His will for us to be there, why not go?

Dr. Reagan: Well we should be there.

Jean Eason: Yeah.

Orpah Hicks: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: And you know I have some people today who tell me, “Well it is so, people they are so imperfect and they are so hard to get along with. And they don’t act like Christians.” Hey, that’s part of being a member of a Church is learning how to love people despite their faults. I mean that is part of it.

Jean Eason: Yes.

Dr. Reagan: A church is not an organization of perfect people. Its people who have submitted their lives to the Lord, they have been forgiven but they are still working on problems in their lives. We should not expect perfection when we are looking for a church, right?

Orpah Hicks: Right.

Jean Eason: Right, it is also a hospital for sinners.

Dr. Reagan: Amen.

Orpah Hicks: And we tend to become like those people that we associate with.

Dr. Reagan: Well that’s true, that’s true.

Dr. Reagan: We desperately need that fellowship, we need that encouragement. In fact Hebrews 10:25 says, “As you see the signs of the times pointing to the soon return of Jesus, even more so you need to be there when the church meets to have that fellowship and that mutual encouragement.” And it is going to become more and more true today as we come under greater and greater persecution as Christians. You know this brings me to my favorite part of your book, my favorite part is the last part, “Transformed Lives,” it is the longest part. And I tell you I read that I was so excited because what you do is you talk about lives that have been totally transformed by their encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ. You have in there the testimonies of a drug addict, a homeless man, a pregnant unmarried college student, a homosexual, a New Age musician, a highly educated skeptic, a Buddhist, a Jew, a Mormon, a Jehovah’s Witness, a cultural Christian, all of those I mean it just goes on and on I think you’ve got twelve testimonies there. Orpah your testimony is there as a cultural Christian. Jean yours is there is a Jehovah’s Witness. Both of you were totally transformed by your encounters with Jesus and next week I want you to come back and tell your story. Will you do that?

Jean Eason: Love to.

Dr. Reagan: Folks I want to invite you to be back with us next week. Until then this is Dave Reagan speaking for Lamb and Lion Ministries’ saying, “Look up, be watchful for our redemption is drawing near.”

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