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Listeners on Guam can hear these devotionals at 1:15 am, 10:15 am, and 8:15 pm every day on 88.1 FM. Live streaming around the globe is also available on khmg.org.
Transcripts and original Guam images included
"The people is one" is an audio devotional based on Genesis 11:6. The tower of Babel reminds us how quickly evil can again take hold of a people.
God gave us a reminder that He would never again judge the earth by flood. "My bow in the cloud" is an audio devotional based on Genesis 9:12-13.
In Genesis 8:5 the waters decreased and the tops of the mountains could be seen. This audio devotional follows the narrative of Noah's flood.
Genesis 7:1 reveals that Noah is a unique man in this generation. Salvation and judgement are the topics at hand in this audio devotional.
God's plan to judge the world is revealed in Genesis 6:17, to destroy all flesh in a flood. This audio devotional focuses on that verse.
Can it really be that man's heart was turned to "only evil continually?" In this audio devotional, we look to Genesis 6:5 for the answer.
Enoch was not, for God took him. This intriguing story appears in Genesis 5:23-24 and is the primary subject of this audio devotional.
Cain was very wroth when his sacrifice was not accepted. He rose up and slew Abel. This audio devotional focuses on the story in Genesis 4:8.
God gave Adam and Eve coats of skins to cover themselves. This sacrifice is outlined in Genesis 3:21 and the subject of this audio devotional.
The serpent was more subtil than any beast of the field. This is an important phrase in Genesis 3:1 and the subject of this audio devotional.
"Thou mayest freely eat" is an audio devotional from Genesis 2:16. Why do we see the single restriction when there is so much else to enjoy?
God breathed into man the breath of life. We are unique among his creation, as this audio devotional points out from Genesis 2:7.
Sin that is socially acceptable or even celebrated by culture does not cease to be sin. That which God calls evil remains evil, even when men call it good.