In this episode, we ask you to take note of a word used in both the old and new testaments: remember, because we have a tendency to forget.
In the midst of Psalm 2, which reveals God’s anger with His enemies, we also see His wonderful mercy and everlasting grace.
On this edition we spend time in Colossians 3, which commands that we seek things above and set our affections on things above.
Pharaoh pursued Israel in Exodus 14 and God chose to fight on their behalf and gave them an escape on through the Red Sea on dry land.
How is Job able to step back and get perspective in a desperate situation? How is he able to worship God faithfully “in all this?”
We are His workmanship, Ephesians 2 assures us, and we focus on this passage with a special focus on salvation from the beginning of the text.
The Christian life is all about learning and growth, but we can also refuse to learn the things God intends for us to learn.
Out of an army and a nation that is greatly dismayed and afraid comes a champion that relies not upon his own strength: David.
The scriptures encourage us to review and often provide extensive passages of review like the one we address on this edition: Hebrews 11.
God sees the work to be done and provides opportunities for us. He brings us into His work and invites us to “come now.”
The gospel changes lives for eternity. Paul said he believed and was not ashamed in Romans 1. Are we ready to preach, like him?
The word of the Lord came to Jonah the second time in Jonah 3. Today we discuss the second opportunities that often come from the Lord.