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Thank you. This is What's Right, What's Left with Pastor Ernie Sanders. Well, hello once again, and good evening, ladies and gentlemen.

Welcome to What's Right, What's Left. My name is Duane Riscoe, known as Coach Duane, sitting in for Pastor Ernie Sanders. And tonight we have two guests, none other than Trucking for Christ.

You know him, you'll love him. Pastor Hal Larson. Good evening, Pastor. Good evening, everybody. And also we have as a special guest that we're going to get into an interview at the bottom of the hour after our Bible study, none other than book author Bill Grady. Good evening, Bill.

Good evening. Well, here's what we're going to do as always, folks. We're going to get on that train ride. And then I got a song and we're getting into our Bible study.

Tonight's Bible study is going to be chapter three and chapter four of Proverbs to get your Bible. So right now, let's go get that train out there. Come on. We want you to go with us.

From New York to the Midwest, Oklahoma, all the way to California, down to Florida, back to Alaska. Come on board. Tonight, we're going to be serving on the train sirloin beef tips with noodles and gravy, mashed potatoes, baked potatoes with side dishes, peas, carrots and corn, plus hot buttered rolls.

And now for dessert, folks, raspberry cheesecake or German chocolate with a lot of hot teas and coffee. Remember, check out Pastor Sanders' Mallory chocolate cart as it goes through. Ladies and gentlemen, before we get on our Bible study, this song is going to say it all what we're about tonight. So sit back and listen and we'll be right back.

And the funny thing is, it's okay. The last thing I need is to be heard, but to hear what you would say. Word of God speak.

Would you pour down like rain, washing my eyes to see. Your majesty, to be still and know that you're in this place. Please let me stay and rest in your holiness. Word of God speak.

I'm finding myself in the midst of you. Beyond the music, beyond the noise. All that I need is to be with you and end the cry. Hear your voice. Word of God speak. Would you pour down like rain, washing my eyes to see. Your majesty, to be still and know that you're in this place. Please let me stay and rest in your holiness. Word of God speak.

Would you pour down like rain, washing my eyes to see. Your majesty, to be still and know that you're in this place. Please let me stay and rest in your holiness. I'm finding myself at a loss for words. And the funny thing is, it's okay.

Ah, mercy me. Word of God speak. You know, before we get going, folks, now, I listen all the time.

I listen how much yous out there. You love Pastor Ernie Sanders, and we love Pastor Sanders. Hal does.

The rest of you, Joe Larson and Lisa Lilisa, Randy and everybody, and Craig Spinnin' the Dials. You can't help but love Pastor Sanders, and he's been in a lot of pain. What did you find out about him, Hal? I found out he's spending the night in the hospital, and like you said, he's in a lot of pain, but he's plugging in there, and he wants to get back to work as soon as he can. Well, folks, how about joining us in prayer? Let's pray for that, because I love the man. I'm honored that he would say, Coach, would you sit in with our guests?

It's a great honor, and I thank God, and I thank all of yous for the money that you dished out during the years to keep us on air. Dear Heavenly Father, Pastor Sanders has been a general for you, Lord. He don't seek his own honor. He seeks you.

He lifts up your name. Pastor Sanders has tried rescuing the slaughtering babies. He's been a light in this radio ministry for 50-something years. He's helped the needy and the poor.

He's visited them in prison and in the jails. He is a heart of gold. Father, would you please, with your Holy Spirit, reach down from heaven and touch his shoulder and touch his knee. In Jesus' name we pray, and we love you, Father. We honor you. You are our God, our Lord, and our Savior. Amen. Gentlemen, as we get into our Bible study, ladies and gentlemen, once again we have Hal Larson from Trucking from Christ and Bill Grady, an author, in our Bible study tonight.

Folks, it's to help a lot of yous. If I were to say, okay, folks, tonight I want you, when you get done, grab your Bibles, your King James Bibles, the complete, pure Word of God, and read chapters 2 and 3 out of Proverbs, how many of yous would really do it? Well, tonight, let's start in chapter 3. Pastor Hal, would you read the first six verses, please? Yeah, my son, forget not my law, but let thine heart keep my commandments. For length of days and long life and peace shall they add to thee. Let not mercy and truth forsake thee.

Find them about thy neck, write them upon the table of thine heart. So shall thou find favor and good understanding in the sight of God and man. Trust in the Lord with all thine heart, and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths.

Bill, would you read 7 through 14, please? Be not wise in thine own eyes. Fear the Lord and depart from evil. It shall be health to thy navel and marrow to thy bones. Honor the Lord with thy substance and with the firstfruits of all thine increase.

So shall thy barns be filled with plenty, and thy presses shall burst out with new wine. My son, despise not the chastening of the Lord, neither be weary of his correction, for whom the Lord loveth. He correcteth, even as a father to son, in whom he delighteth. Happy is the man that fineth wisdom and the man that getteth understanding. For the merchandise of it is better than the merchandise of silver, and the gain thereof than fine gold. She is more precious than rubies, and all the things that thou canst desire are not to be compared unto her. Length of days is in her right hand, and in her left hand riches and honor. Her ways are ways of pleasantness, and all her paths are peace. She is a tree of life to them that lay hold upon her, and happy is every one that retaineth her. The Lord by wisdom hath founded the earth, by understanding hath he established the heavens.

By his knowledge the depths are broken up and the clouds drop down the dew. My son, let not them depart from thine eyes. Keep sound wisdom and discretion.

Hell, would you read 22 to 29, please? For the Lord shall be thy confidence, and shall keep thy foot from being taken. Withhold not good from them to whom it is due, when it is in the power of thine hand to do it. Say not unto thy neighbor, Go and come again, and tomorrow I will give when thou hast advised not evil against thy neighbor, and seeing that he dwelleth securely by thee.

And Bill, would you finish up? Strive not with a man without cause, if he hath done thee no harm. Envy thou not the oppressor, and choose none of his ways, for the froward is abomination to the Lord, but his secret is with the righteous. The curse of the Lord is in the house of the wicked, but he blesseth the habitation of the just. Surely he scorneth the scorners, but he giveth grace unto the lowly. The wise shall inherit glory, but shame shall be the promotion of fools. You know, gentlemen, for years I've always took six months, and I would read the first seven chapters of Proverbs over and over, because there was so much in there.

And I make it no bones that I studied under Dr. Ruckman and Ernie Sanders and a lot of other Cliff Parks and from the Brien Call. And when you get in there and you study these things, and we realize, gentlemen, that God cannot lie, and when he tells you, be not wise in thy own eyes, fear the Lord, depart from evil, it shall be health to thy navel and moral to thy bones. God is telling you that you can obtain health by following some of these instructions. Hell, how many people fail to get into the book and read what God says of the blessings that are there? Most people are too lazy to begin with, and so they bring a lot of sorrow and heartache on themselves because they won't read God's word, and the Bible says that God's words are spirit and they are life. And Bill, when the Bible says, Trust in the Lord with all thy heart, lean not to thy own understanding, what's God trying to tell us there, Bill? Well, I've been married 48 years, and that's my wife's verse in Proverbs 3.

It's as simple as it can be. If you call your own shots or you let the Lord direct your life, it's up to you. He doesn't force himself on anyone, and hopefully we'll have enough sense to know we need him more than he needs us.

Absolutely. And you know, I've dealt with people that would say to me for years, oh, when I was growing up, when's your time to go, man? It's your time to go.

There's nothing you can do about it. And I've heard preachers in different denominations preach all this stuff, and as I got going and started reading for myself and started studying this KJV blood-stained book, I'm coming across and all of a sudden it says, For length of days and long life and peace shall they add to thee. I'm like, well, wait a minute. God put the word add there. And as I got through more reading, I found out that you could take away or subtract years from our life.

And here it is. For length of days and long life and peace shall they add to thee. He says, My son, forget not my law, but let thine heart keep my commandments. Well, what does God want us to do?

Lying, cheating, stealing, bearing false witness, cussing, turning our back. And first thing to do is we got to be saved. And when I get into this and I start reading this stuff and it says, Honor the Lord with thy first with thy substance and with the first fruits of all the increase. Okay, if I do that, then what, Lord? So thy barn shall be filled with plenty and thy presses shall be burst out with new wine. Well, Bill, doesn't that just slap the prosperity preachers right across the lips? It sure does. And Solomon wrote in Ecclesiastes, Why wilt thou die before thy time?

Great stuff. You can shorten your own lifespan by rejecting the principles that God teaches in his Word. And then I go down to verse 16 in here in chapter 3 says, Length of days is in her right hand and in her left hand riches and honors. Well, folks, that just shoots a hole and pick up the telephone 1-800-HA-HA and release your best seed faith offering operators are standing by for your credit cards. Well, my God tells me that he will honor me and he will fill our needs if we obey his ways and we forsake what we used to do and trust in the Lord and get in his word and meditate and help one another.

He said that he would fill the barns. Hell, doesn't that just turn around and show all the falseness out there of the prosperity preaching? Yeah, it sure does. It's just a greedy way to fleece the sheep of the charismatic prosperity people out there.

They take advantage of people's ignorance of the Word of God. You know, I love Proverbs. Proverbs always strengthens me up. And then I'm reading here again, it says, Happy is the man that findeth wisdom and the man that getteth understanding, for the merchandise of it is better than the merchandise of silver and therefore they gain more of gold. Lord, are you telling me that it's worth more than hundreds of thousands of dollars because that's silver and gold? And then, Lord, you're telling me she is more precious than rubies?

Well, God, how much money are rubies worth? And all these things can't desire are not to be compared unto her? Well, why not, Lord?

Because length of days is in her right hand and her left hand are riches. Her ways are of pleasantness and all her paths are peace. Bill, aren't we in a society where people can't find no peace? No, they can't find any peace because they're chasing at the temporal things. You know, the Bible says when a man's ways please the Lord, he make it even his enemies to be at peace with him. And Paul told us that our last enemy to face is dead.

So God can give us the peace in this life that passes all understanding. That's if we keep him first. Paul said to all things of yours, Lester Roloff, most folks know who he was, he told a judge one time, he said, I'm a millionaire, I'm just temporarily separated from my assets. I like that. Paul said covetousness is idolatry. Yeah, any Christian that chases after money is an idolater.

You don't need to do that. If you know the Lord, the last thing you care about are things. You know, you said something that is phenomenal.

When you love the Lord and you come to know him, the new cars, the bigger house, where you live, what part of town you're in, what status do you have amongst the community, it mounts to an anthill of beings. But when you know the Lord, you know that our treasures are up in heaven. And at 1140 tonight, folks, when 1140 rolls around, I want you to get a pencil and paper, you're going to write some names down, and I'm going to give you guys some beautiful, wonderful hope. And it ain't going to cost you a dime.

Operators are not standing by, no credit cards, you're not on no mailing list. This is all what God is going to have waiting for you. And as I read on your 24, you know, there's a lot of people afraid of the dark, afraid to go to bed, afraid to die. And it says here, now, if we're doing these things and we're trusting in the Lord and we're putting him first, we're walking in the word, man, we're fellowship with him. When thou liest down, thou shall not be afraid.

Yea, thou shall lie down and thy sleep shall be sweet. We got this COVID stuff. People are walking around with masks. People are locked in. They're scared. They don't want to leave their home. Hell, where is their peace if they really knew Jesus as a born-again Christian? They wouldn't be feared to be able to go to bed at night worrying, I'm going to die from this disease. Yeah, there's no fear of God with people like that, and what they don't understand is they'll never be peace without the Prince of Peace. And all the way back from the Tower of Babel, right now today with the woke culture, they talk about peace, but they'll never have it.

Because they've made the Prince of Peace their enemy. Absolutely. Absolutely.

We get peace by reading the Bible. From what I pieced together, Bill, you studied under Peter Ruckman? Yes, I studied under a lot of people, but Dr. Ruckman gave me the greatest boost in my understanding of doctrine. And he changed my life. One of the greatest doctoral mentor and hero that I have in this world, as far as men of God go, certainly, absolutely.

Absolutely. I love Dr. Ruckman. Him and I, we'd write letters back and forth. And I have a filing cabinet with about 75 letters that he would write and send the answers back. I have half of a library that the man sent to me. And he had a wonderful wife.

Dr. Ruckman really helped me a lot. Dr. Ruckman and Pastor Sanders and Cliff Parks and my pastor, Mark Valenti from People's Baptist Church, they were some of the biggest influences in my life to where this King James Bible, without a doubt, it's 100% pure word of God. And when I started studying, I told God, I want to know about the Pentecostals, the Catholics, the Methodists, the Lutherans, the Presbyterians, Church of God, Church of Christ, Assembly of God, Full Assembly.

I want to know about the Buddhists, the Muslims, the Hindus. I want to know the truth. Well, I'll tell you what, you get yourself a King James Bible, and Bill, you know this for a fact. When we seek God with a whole heart, what does he do? He'll manifest himself to us. And then we can know the truth. He says he reveals the secret things to us, doesn't he, Pastor Hal?

He sure does. That's why this book comes to life. And people, the reason that I wanted to tell you to get you started in the Proverbs, if you would just get in here and spend some time and meditate upon it, hmm. Be not wise in thy own eyes. Okay, Lord, I'm going to trust you. I'm going to read your word of God. I'm going to get in here.

I'm going to let you talk to me. Fear the Lord. Yeah, Lord, I don't want to go to hell. I don't want to hang around with this crowd. I don't want to see this stuff. I don't want to hang around with this. I don't want to be influenced by these people, Lord. I fear you.

I don't want to run. I don't want chastisement upon me. And depart from evil because it'll be health to thy navel and marrow to thy bones. Well, what's in the navel, Bill? What's God talking about to be health to your navel? What's located in the navel?

Boy, I imagine dirt and dust if you don't clean it out enough. You got me on that one. Well, another thing in there is your pancreas, your liver, your gallbladder, your intestines, your colon. God will teach you what to eat, what not to eat, not to be a glutton. We don't talk about gluttony, you know. I always hear the joke that the Baptist pastors have the biggest stomachs. Now, I don't know how true it is because I ain't been down south very much.

But that's the running joke that you get. Well, a lot of people die earlier in their life because of the stuff they put in their body. That's why I studied under Dr. Glidden, Dr. Berg, Dr. Axe, Dr. Gundy, and Wendy Wilson. They're holistic. They're herbalists.

They're nutritious. Jesus said he would direct your path, what to eat, what to take, instead of taking chemicals. Right, Pastor Hell? Yeah, that's true.

That's true. I mean, this is what this book is for. It's a warning book. It's a love letter.

And it can tell you how you got here, how to live your life, and where you're going to end up. Right, Bill? Yeah, somebody asked Jack Howes.

I taught Bible for him for ten years in his college. And a lady one time said, Dr. Howes, now that I'm saved, will I go to heaven if I eat Egg McMuffins? You know, with the Canadian bacon ham on it. And Dr. Howes said, yes, you'll still go to heaven if you eat Egg McMuffins.

And if you eat enough of them, you may get there quicker than you would have otherwise. I love that. Now, I circle some of these things in red for me. We're getting ready. We've got a couple minutes at the bottom of the hour. We've got a song coming up, and then we're going to interview Bill Grady, an author of many books. And I'm going to learn some stuff tonight.

This one is for me. My son, Duane Riscoe, Coach Duane, despise not chastening of the Lord, neither be wary of his correction. I wrote an article, and I've preached before, on pain is a great teacher. God knows how to get Coach Duane. Duane, when you step out of line and God says, Son, you know, you're listening to the wrong stuff. You're not getting what I want to tell you. You're still holding on to something worldly. I'm going to get it out of you.

And let me tell you, when God takes me behind the woodshed and I got pain, pain is a great teacher. I empty my garbage can out to the Lord and say, Lord, here's everything. Here's my thoughts.

Here's what I watch. Here's what I'm doing. Here's what I'm saying. I ain't hiding nothing from you, God. You know everything, but I'm being honest.

I'm fessing up. God gets it right. Pastor Parks at Good News Baptist Church down in Beaver Creek said it this way. He's been to the woodshed a few times that God's chastening, and if God didn't love him, he'd be a bastard son. Well, let me tell you what.

Me and Pastor Parks, we don't have no halo polish, and God knows how to get our attention because he loves us. He will get you to whatever it takes to get you back in fellowship, to make you stronger and go, because the devil wants to oppress you. He wants to deceive you. He wants to trick you. He wants to steal your joy and everything that he can, because he can't get your salvation.

Right, Bill? That's right. And that's what it's all about. Folks, I want you to get in the Book of Proverbs. And then when you're hurting at nighttime and you're lonely and, you know, born-again Christians do get depressed at times. Read about some of the old prophets, Isaiah and all them, Jeremiah. They went through it, too. We're not bulletproof.

None of us are. Any pastor who tells you he's bulletproof, I would really check his credentials at the door. Get into Psalms when you're feeling bad, you're lonely, loss of loved ones, loss of life, whatnot, and it'll strengthen you up. And right now, we're going to the bottom of the hour to song, ladies and gentlemen. And here's something that everyone have used tonight that are hurting, that are lonely, going through divorce. You've got sick ones dying.

You're losing your job. The world's closing in on you. This is by casting crowns. It's called Jesus, Hold Me Now.

Living on my own, thinking of myself. Castles in the sand, temporary well. Now the walls are falling down.

Now the storms are closing in. And here I am again. Jesus, hold me now. I need to feel you in this place, to know you're by my side, and hear your voice tonight. Jesus, hold me now. I'll long for your embrace. I'm beaten, broken down.

I can't find my way out. Jesus, hold me now. Jesus, hold me now. Curse this morning sun that drags me into one more day. Reaping what I've sown, living with my shame. So welcome to my world and the life that I have made.

Where one day you'll repent and the next day you'll be slain. Jesus, hold me now. I need to feel you in this place, to know you're by my side, and hear your voice tonight. Jesus, hold me now. I'll long for your embrace. I'm beaten, broken down. I can't find my way out. Jesus, hold me now.

Lord, I just looked up today. Realize how far away I am from where you are. I don't know what else to pray. Broken at your feet I lay, the life I've torn apart. Jesus, hold me now. I need to feel you in this place, to know you're by my side, and hear your voice tonight. Jesus, hold me now. I'll long for your embrace. I'm beaten, broken down.

I can't find my way out. Jesus, hold me now. I feel you in this place. I know you're by my side. But hear your voice tonight. Jesus, hold me now. I'll long for your embrace. I'm beaten, broken down.

I feel you on my way out. Jesus, hold me now. Jesus, hold me now. Jesus, hold me now. Jesus, hold me now. Jesus, hold me now. Jesus, hold me now.

Jesus, hold me now. You might be in jail tonight. You might be listening to prison.

You might be listening to us on satellite radio or on the internet. You're black, white, yellow. You're dying. You're sick. You're lonely. You're beat up. You don't know what tomorrow's going to bring.

The world's in utter chaos. You feel lost. Get on your knees and say, Jesus, help me.

Make yourself real. Lord, I heard that you died in Calvary for me. I'm a sinner, Lord.

We're all sinners. We need you. Jesus, hold me now. Lord, make yourself real. And He will.

He will. Whosoever call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. Salvation's the easiest thing that there is.

Religion is the hardest thing to perform. We've got calls calling about Pastor Sanders. Hal, can you tell the audience what happened with Pastor Sanders?

Because they're really curious. Well, he was at a pro-life rally, and he was walking down a sidewalk to get some signs to distribute to people. And there was a part of the sidewalk where it was unlevel, where the grass came about three inches higher than the sidewalk, actually. And he was going around some people that were walking real slow. And his shoes, I guess, just hit the grass and the sidewalk, unevenly. And next thing I know, he's doing a plunge head first right on hard concrete. He went down hard. His whole body just slapped that concrete and everything. And he got pretty banged up from head to foot.

And fortunately, we didn't have to call 911. But even then, he had a sense of humor. He said, Did everybody see that? And they said, Yeah.

And they said, Good, because I'm not going to do it again. And, you know, even as you know, all that pain and embarrassment and stuff, he's still got a sense of humor. Well, yeah, he's been a lot of pain and, you know, you know, God's been with them and helping them and everything. But everything happens for a reason. Although we can't figure it out right now and everything. But, you know, it's we're praying for him.

Yeah. So, folks, do lift him up in prayer. Make sure you put him on a prayer list.

And somebody else, if you would, please, would you please pray from one of my best friends? His name is Bob Hummel. He's 68 years old, same age as mine. He's going to have brain surgery next Friday morning. I got to be there with his wife at five thirty in the morning. It's going to be an eight hour surgery.

So there's a tumor. We don't know exactly what's going on, but he's been all kinds of. So please lift Bob Hummel out of Brunswick, Ohio, is one of my dear friends. I love the man. He's been what he worked with me on and off for about 10 years. Without further ado, the show now is an interview with a gentleman who writes all kinds of books.

I'm going to learn just as much as you, and I'm sure in these books there's a lot of stuff that can help us. So without further ado, let's introduce Bill Grady. Bill, welcome to the show, and tell the audience a little bit about yourself. Well, I was a Roman Catholic. I grew up in New York City and was saved in Clarence Larkin's home church. Markers of Baptist Church outside of Philadelphia in August of 1974, primarily through a radio ministry of that church.

I listened to the radio, driving to the airport five days a week. Picked up a pastor, Randy Carroll, pastor of the Markers of Baptist Church. After listening to that for four or five months, I visited the church. In my second visit, I accepted the Lord as my savior. I was called to preach.

I was working for British Airways at the Philadelphia airport at the time. I got called to preach and quit my career with British Airways two years later. Went to Bible college. I went to Jack Hyles Bible School in Indiana, and five years later with a wife and three children born. I went out to the state of Idaho, started a church, built a building on 20 acres of property, and five years later called back to speak.

I had to welcome back Carter to crazy TV shows. I got to preach in my own school. I taught there for ten years with Jack Hyles, 86 to 96, but in 88 I ran into Dr. Ruckman. He changed my life. I got the grip on the King James Bible issue.

From there, it was pretty much Mr. Toad's wild ride. After ten years of teaching, I wrote two books, Final Authority on the history of the King James Bible, and What If God Wrote, a book on interpretation of American history, a Baptist history and American history book combined. Then I quit teaching and went on the road full time as an evangelist for ten years, then started a second church in the state of Michigan outside of Flint.

I was there nine years. By that time, I had written three more books. Then I started a book on the history of Israel.

It took 18,000 hours and six years to write. I finished it up by moving out of my church in Michigan back to Tennessee to go on the road full time as an evangelist again. I did two stints of evangelism, actually. When I quit Iles Anderson College as a teacher from 86 to 96, teaching ten years, I traveled ten years then, and 96 to 2006, and then I took this church up at Michigan, or started this church in Michigan around 2006, 2007. So there are nine years, and then resumed another stint of evangelism around 2016. Now if you can follow anything I just said, you're a better man than me. I can't even follow. I've been writing some of this stuff down as you go.

I just gave you 48 years of history there in about four minutes, I guess. But the bottom line is I've written six books all because of Dr. Ruckman's influence. As a matter of fact, I love his Lion from his Revelation commentary. On the screen of all six of my books, had the privilege of preaching for him four different times at his blowouts, preached with him, ate with him, preached for him, preached with him, ate his home ten times, I guess, I don't know. He's my great hero.

Last time I saw him, he was lying in his casket and went to his funeral. So he's been my hero all these years, and now I live in East Tennessee, outside of the Smoky Mountain area, Maryville, and I travel full-time as an evangelist, but usually carrying my books. And I'm now promoting my newest book, Perilous Times, Deep Truths for Shallow Waters. Came out in Memorial Day weekend, we sold the whole printing, 5,400 books out by Labor Day. We're in a second printing, so I'm glad about that. And Brother Sanders has me invited to preach in his church.

Very nice. It's coming Sunday night, so I'm looking forward to that. I think your book, Perilous Times, we'll get talking on that a little bit later on, because at the top of the hour, I got some questions set up for where we're at in America today, because this is what's right, what's left, the voice of the Christian resistance. And Pastor Sanders mixes in the politics with the school boards and everything, how it affects Christianity. There's a lot of people that turn around within Christiandom and say, Well, you guys have no right to just open up your mouth against the government. Says who? Why can't you say anything about the government if it's evil and it's corrupt and it's embraced and sodomy, and raping our children, and promoting same-sex marriage?

Why can't Christians speak out against that stuff, Bill? You're supposed to. There's no reason why we can't.

No reason why we can't at all. It's our obligation to do that. Exactly.

Exactly. Well, you said you were reading a lot of Ruckman's stuff. Did you ever read his book, Black is Beautiful?

Certainly. That's a book, I believe, that most people would have a hard time with some of the stuff that he brings in. I think I read that book three times. That is Eternal Security are two of my favorite books that I love by him.

Yeah. I've read a lot of his material, and again, he really changed my life, and I couldn't say enough good about him, defend him all the time, lose plenty of meetings because of standing with him, and I've often said if the rapture... I go forward to Gianna Kim's book, Ruckmanism Ruckus, years ago, and in the forward to that book, I said, if the rapture happened tomorrow, and we got up into heaven, and we found out the judgment seat was going to be in a week, I'm just being silly here with the demonstration, but to make a point, if we found out the judgment seat was going to be in a week, and if we found out they made an announcement that the judgment seat would be in a week, I would hang out with Ruckman in public. I've been called... they throw it as a slur. I've had some Baptist pastors, I'm not going to make no names or anything, that, oh, you're a Ruckmanite.

How could you hold hands with a man that was divorced? That's their biggest kick at Dr. Ruckman. And they're all carrying Schofield Bibles. Yes, absolutely. Mr. Schofield was deserted by his wife, his Catholic French wife. How about that?

He remarried at the recommendation of D.L. Moody. Wow. Yeah, Cliff Parks and I, we're big followers of Dr. Ruckman.

My pastor, Mark Valenti, People's Baptist Church here in Brunswick, he's got all kind of Ruckman stuff, he loves Dr. Ruckman. I have learned so much stuff. What I loved about the man is he would say, now look, here's what the Church of God teaches, here's what the Catholic teaches, here's what the Muslim teaches. Now, let's compare Bibles.

With their verses, let's compare what the Bible says. You sit down and do that, you cannot help but to come away with a point of view to go, wow, I've never seen that before, that's amazing. That's right. What is one of your favorite books that you wrote? One of my favorite books that I have written? Yeah. I'd have to say my, I used to feel it was my book on Israel. Okay. It puts so much work into it, 18,000 hours, six years, it's a 900-page book.

Wow. With two photographs in it. However, my newest book, Perilous Times, it's only half the size, it's 440 pages. It's critical because it's dealing with all of the current events and basically how America got here and why America is falling apart and pretty much how to survive what's taking place. I cannot say enough about it and I certainly hope some of the folks listening would order them. My books are on my website, They can order the books there, they can pay for them with a credit card, the whole nine yards. Anyway, it's just a very critical book explaining how to get through what's coming.

And it's not a pretty picture. So that's is where you go to order the books. Yes, sir. Do you have a website by any chance? That is my website.

Okay. There's six books there. Final Authority, The History of the King James Bible, Given by Inspiration, a book on how to understand the King James Bible, How Satan Turned America Against God, and that's a conspiracy primer, 900 pages on the Deep State, and What Has God Wrought? A Biblical Interpretation of American History. That's American history and Baptist history put together.

That's the hardest book we have to keep in print. And Holy Ground, The History of the State of Israel, I mentioned that, and then the new book, Perilous Times. I know John McTernan, he's big on Israel. I'm sure you would fit in really good on your show with Pastor Sanders. And Joe Larson, another pastor down in Missouri, he would fit really good on an interview to get all you guys together on the Perilous Times, because these gentlemen, with Pastor Sanders and John McTernan, those guys really, really are ground and rooted in knowledge, wisdom, and understanding, and the three of you guys would really make for a good two-hour show. If you're talking about John McTernan who wrote the material on Israel? Yep. Yes, well, I'll give you something to leg up on that that is a pretty shocking application, that with Donald Trump, I voted for him, and I'll vote for him again. I'm grateful that God led him our way. But no man, of course, is perfect. Right.

I have 80 photographs in my new book. The first picture is Donald Trump and Benjamin Netanyahu holding hands like in a victory clench, you know? Yeah. When they were announcing their Palestinian peace proposal on January 28, 2020, and it was pretty much of a joke as far as the Palestinians were concerned. They didn't even show up for the announcement.

They openly rejected the proposal, and it was to give a two-state solution. They were giving Israel, I mean, the Palestinians, the junky part of the country, the desert and the coastal plain and all, but they were giving them, though, a capital in East Jerusalem. Sovereign turf.

Small area, but yet a capital, you know? And of course, God's not pleased with that kind of stuff. And as McKiernan points out accurately, every time this country moves against Israel in policy, we suffer for it. Amen. But now here's the deal. The Clintons and the Bushes are globalists.

Yeah. They hate Israel. Donald Trump loves Israel. He's not.

He loves America. But you know what? He made a mistake by doing that.

Ignorantly, he didn't know the Bible. And here's the deal. A lot of people don't realize this. Before he made that announcement with Netanyahu, January 20th, 2020, that was the first confirmed case of COVID-19 in America. Wow. Broke out in Seattle, Washington with a Chinese-American come in, just flew in from Wuhan, China. And it happened to be Martin Luther King Day, to make it even nuttier.

You look it up. Monday, January 20th. That was the first case of COVID in this country. And you see that peace proposal was already complete by that date.

It just came out, you know, it was announced on the 28th. Two days after it was released, two days after it broke out, the international press caught up with Trump in Darvo, Switzerland at the World Economic Forum with Klaus Schwab and all the other globalists. And they put a microphone on him and asked him what he thought about this new disease. And he, being the good leader that he is, wanting to put a positive spin on things, which is what he should do. He said on camera, I got the exact quote in my new book, you know, there's nothing to worry about.

It's just one man. We've got this. Everything will be OK.

I just gave you a 90 percent paraphrase. Yeah. And of course, the connection is. He he loves Israel, loves America and everything else, but he was just like Uzzah, who got killed for making a mistake. Trump was sincere, but he still made a mistake. And by the way, he was out of office along with Netanyahu.

Both men were out of office within 16 months, not to mention Donald Trump getting impeached twice. Yeah. He's a good man. He loves the Lord. I mean, he loves Israel and America. But he made an error.

And the Bible says God smote Uzzah for his error. That's a great point. There's an odd connection to Mr. Trump and Mr. McTiernan's work, you know, and of course, this Florida disaster, you know, you know how Biden was just reaffirming a two state solution in the U.N., the very week the storm hit. Yep.

And if you want to tack on something about the economic engine of Disney in the Florida economy, you might want to tack that on as well. Turning on the children of our country, a bunch of pedophiles down there. Oh, there's no doubt about it. I mean, the Bible calls devil, devil possessed. Jesus cast out devils. Jesus talked about devils in the pulpit. Well, just, you know, when these people are grandstanding in these universities against America and against God, that's devils in the pulpit.

When pastors call themselves pastors and they're standing in in a place of a pulpit and they're saying that God loves homosexuals the same, it's not a sin. Those are devils in the pulpit. When these guys are making money, fleecing the flock, those are devils in the pulpit. And we've got devils in the pulpits all over America. And a lot of people have said to me, Coach and John McTiernan said this the other night, the biggest reason what happened in America is when they kicked the King James Bible out and kicked God out of prayer, had abortion and all this stuff. The biggest reason is pastors kept their mouth shut.

They quit preaching on sin from the pulpit, warning their congregations because they didn't want them to get up and take their money out of their coffers. I'm in Franklin, Kentucky right now. Franklin, Kentucky, and preaching in a camp meeting just finished this evening service, the pastor announced tonight that somewhere close by to this, I don't want to say hillbilly region, you know what I mean, anything but perversion as far as stereotype. There's three different churches within driving distance, apparently, of this area. Three churches, so-called churches, hosting these trans dressing, transvestite rallies. Again, I guess I was just in Glasgow, Kentucky, first part of the week, the pastor told me with his own eyeballs, he saw some black man about six foot six, muscular, gigantic frame man, full beard, you know, walking around with a full length dress on in a shopping center. This is Kentucky. So we all understand that.

I mean, I grew up in New York City, Rodney Dangerfield said they drove stolen cars and drive his ed class where he went. So the whole country is imploding, of course, but that's, you know, that's what the Bible said you'd expect. The days of Noah, as it was in the days of Lot, we are seeing that. We talked about last night where I've been watching some videos and I played it on one of my TV shows because I'm a public access channel. I'm on some YouTube.

You can type in Dwayne Risco, D-O-A-N-E-R-E-S-K on YouTube and you can see my guests that I have on my shows and some of my takes. But I'm watching couples in their 20s with a one year old little boy and a three year old girl and they look in the camera and the father and the mother smile and the father goes, yes, we're letting our children pick their gender. And I'm like, oh my God, oh my God. Then I see another couple. I see where this guy, 60 years old, he divorces his wife and his, leaves his five children, goes down to Texas and he has been adopted as a nine year old. One flew over the cuckoo's nest.

That's what God gave them up to a reprobate mind means. And you know, Dr. Ruckman used to make a lot to do with that Mad Magazine cartoon with the B-17, I think, you know, World War II scene and the pilot's holding on to the controls for all he's worth and the co-pilot's laying there bleeding to death, windshield shot out, smoke coming out of the cockpit. And the pilot says to the co-pilot, if you think this is bad, wait till we get out of the hangar. We haven't seen President Kamala Harris yet. And she's probably going to pick Opal Winfrey for her vice president. We haven't seen anything yet.

Well, we got a four minutes for the top of the hour. Pastor Hal, you guys talked about it on the radio. I've showed clips on my TV show, let the people judge themselves. You've seen Michelle Obama where a lot of people say that's really Michael. Remember what happened to Joan Rivers?

Yeah, yeah. She's a gunner now. Joan Rivers is being interviewed by CNN in the morning before she goes in for a Botox treatment. And they come up and say, Joan, Joan, what did you say? Joan turns on the camera and goes, everybody knows Michael's a tranny, and the cameras go again. What did you say, Joan? And Joan goes, come on, everybody knows that's not Michelle, that's Michael. And she went in there, guess what? She's dead. Her doctor's office was two blocks from where I grew up. Really?

Upper East Side of New Yorkville. Go ahead. I'd like to put a plug in for Dr. Grady's books. The first one I read was How Satan Turned America Against God, and I couldn't put that thing down.

It was like a 900 page book, and from morning to evening, whenever I could break away, I was reading that thing. He tells it like it is. We wouldn't recommend a Christian writer unless that guy really made a difference, and he just strips away all the baloney and indoctrination that Americans have got for the last 40 or 50 years or longer in his books.

You wouldn't believe it. It's like a breath of fresh air. For example, in that book, How Satan Turned America Against God, he reveals America's main purpose for its existence, which most people don't have a clue of. It's tragic repudiation of that role and how Satan orchestrated the process.

Dr. Grady, that would be a good thing if you could elaborate on that. That was one of my favorite books out of all of them. They all were worth reading, and believe me, I'm not exaggerating. Thank you, and I'll tell you the strangest thing about that book.

As a matter of fact, they got me a plug in USA Today weekend edition years ago, which is about as bizarre a twist as you can imagine. That was because the Afterword was written by one of the four horsemen of the atomic age. They called Einstein the father of the atomic age, and Robin Oppenheimer was the father of the atom bomb, and Ed Teller, the father of the hydrogen bomb. The father of the neutron bomb was Sam Cohen. All four of these are Jews, and Admiral Hyman Rickenholder was the father of the nuclear submarine.

He is a Jew, but the last surviving one of the five was Sam Cohen, who worked on the atom bomb in 1943 and invented the neutron bomb in 1958. He wrote the Afterword for that book, How Satan Turned America Against God, because he was an atheist, but he was Jewish, and the book has a pro-Jewish position. He wanted to help me circulate it, and so just having his endorsement got me a plug in USA Today, and we became phone pals. I went out to his home once when I was preaching in Long Beach, California. He lived there in Brentwood, three houses down from where the O.J. Simpson mansion was.

Anyway, he called my home once a week for seven years consistently, and mostly we just told Jewish jokes over the phone. Gentlemen, I've got to cut you guys off here, because within less than 30 seconds, we're coming up to the top of the hour, and the computer is automatically going to kick in. We'll pick it up when we come back, but I've got a great song, and I want you to listen to the song, because this is where we are today. Did you hear The Mark of the Beast? Did you hear The Tribulation Period? The Antichrist?

You know, where you're going to have a chip you can't buy, sell, or trade? How close do you think we are? Fight the fight, will you stand? Fight the lie, feel the land. Let's come against the night.

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