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Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com
Deuteronomy 30:12—31:23

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 26:00


When we last saw the children of Israel, they were misinterpreting God's Law. Now they are faced with a choice: Life and good, or death and evil. What will they choose? In Deuteronomy 30 and 31, meet Israel's new leader, Joshua, and get ready to see God's people enter the Promised Land.

John Calvin on SermonAudio
Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 8

John Calvin on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 59:00


A new MP3 sermon from Dr David C. Mackereth is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 8 Subtitle: Calvin Deuteronomy Speaker: John Calvin Broadcaster: Dr David C. Mackereth Event: Midweek Service Date: 5/22/2022 Bible: Deuteronomy 4:27-31 Length: 59 min.

Valley Avenue Baptist Church - Falls City, NE
Deuteronomy 6:1-9 – The One Lesson Our Kids Must Learn; We Cannot Fail In This

Valley Avenue Baptist Church - Falls City, NE

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022


The post Deuteronomy 6:1-9 – The One Lesson Our Kids Must Learn; We Cannot Fail In This appeared first on Valley Avenue Baptist Church - Falls City, NE.

Central Baptist Church of Ponca City
How Can Someone so Smart act so Dumb?

Central Baptist Church of Ponca City

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022


Watch/Listen here using the Embedded Subsplash Playerdiv.sap-embed-player{position:relative;width:100%;height:0;padding-top:56.25%;}div.sap-embed-player>iframe{position:absolute;top:0;left:0;width:100%;height:100%;}Central Baptist Church of Ponca City, OKDATE: Sunday AM, May 22, 2022SERMON BY: Bro. Lynn Schuyler SERMON TITLE: How Can Someone so Smart act so Dumb?SERMON THEME: Solomon Begins Well but Ends PoorlySERMON SERIES: Standing in the GapSERMON VERSES: 1Kings 3:3-15; 10:14, 23; 11:1-4; Deuteronomy 17:14-201Kings 3:3-15 And Solomon loved the LORD, walking in the statutes of David his father: only he sacrificed and burnt incense in high places. 4 And the king went to Gibeon to sacrifice there; for that was the great high place: a thousand burnt offerings did Solomon offer upon that altar.1Kings 3:5   In Gibeon the LORD appeared to Solomon in a dream by night: and God said, Ask what I shall give thee. 6 And Solomon said, Thou hast shewed unto thy servant David my father great mercy, according as he walked before thee in truth, and in righteousness, and in uprightness of heart with thee; and thou hast kept for him this great kindness, that thou hast given him a son to sit on his throne, as it is this day. 7 And now, O LORD my God, thou hast made thy servant king instead of David my father: and I am but a little child: I know not how to go out or come in. 8 And thy servant is in the midst of thy people which thou hast chosen, a great people, that cannot be numbered nor counted for multitude. 9 Give therefore thy servant an understanding heart to judge thy people, that I may discern between good and bad: for who is able to judge this thy so great a people? 10 And the speech pleased the Lord, that Solomon had asked this thing. 11 And God said unto him, Because thou hast asked this thing, and hast not asked for thyself long life; neither hast asked riches for thyself, nor hast asked the life of thine enemies; but hast asked for thyself understanding to discern judgment; 12 Behold, I have done according to thy words: lo, I have given thee a wise and an understanding heart; so that there was none like thee before thee, neither after thee shall any arise like unto thee. 13 And I have also given thee that which thou hast not asked, both riches, and honour: so that there shall not be any among the kings like unto thee all thy days. 14 And if thou wilt walk in my ways, to keep my statutes and my commandments, as thy father David did walk, then I will lengthen thy days. 15 And Solomon awoke; and, behold, it was a dream. And he came to Jerusalem, and stood before the ark of the covenant of the LORD, and offered up burnt offerings, and offered peace offerings, and made a feast to all his servants.— — —Watch/Listen here using our Subsplash WebShare Playerhttps://subspla.sh/q5hh4mhListen here on Archive.orghttps://archive.org/download/052222-am-facebook-stream/052222AM-FacebookStream.mp3

Texas Corners Bible Church
Deuteronomy Message #34 - Deuteronomy 28:1-14

Texas Corners Bible Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 39:00


GREAT LEADERS COMMUNICATE THE IMPORTANCE OF GOD'S PEOPLE KEEPING THEIR FOCUS ON KNOWING AND OBEYING THE WRITTEN WORD OF GOD FOR THIS IS THE KEY TO REJOICING IN LIFE.

Calvary Chapel Fargo
Deuteronomy 16 – “Established Words”

Calvary Chapel Fargo

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022


Pastor Seth Wetter teaches us, to be JOYFUL. Jesus Christ is Alive, and the Hole Spirit is Here. From the Book of Deuteronomy, the 16th Chapter. On May 22nd, 2022 God's Word is Truth!

ESV: Every Day in the Word
May 22: 1 Samuel 29–31; Acts 13–14; Psalm 119:97–104; Proverbs 16:10–11

ESV: Every Day in the Word

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 20:13


Old Testament: 1 Samuel 29–31 1 Samuel 29–31 (Listen) The Philistines Reject David 29 Now the Philistines had gathered all their forces at Aphek. And the Israelites were encamped by the spring that is in Jezreel. 2 As the lords of the Philistines were passing on by hundreds and by thousands, and David and his men were passing on in the rear with Achish, 3 the commanders of the Philistines said, “What are these Hebrews doing here?” And Achish said to the commanders of the Philistines, “Is this not David, the servant of Saul, king of Israel, who has been with me now for days and years, and since he deserted to me I have found no fault in him to this day.” 4 But the commanders of the Philistines were angry with him. And the commanders of the Philistines said to him, “Send the man back, that he may return to the place to which you have assigned him. He shall not go down with us to battle, lest in the battle he become an adversary to us. For how could this fellow reconcile himself to his lord? Would it not be with the heads of the men here? 5 Is not this David, of whom they sing to one another in dances,   ‘Saul has struck down his thousands,    and David his ten thousands'?” 6 Then Achish called David and said to him, “As the LORD lives, you have been honest, and to me it seems right that you should march out and in with me in the campaign. For I have found nothing wrong in you from the day of your coming to me to this day. Nevertheless, the lords do not approve of you. 7 So go back now; and go peaceably, that you may not displease the lords of the Philistines.” 8 And David said to Achish, “But what have I done? What have you found in your servant from the day I entered your service until now, that I may not go and fight against the enemies of my lord the king?” 9 And Achish answered David and said, “I know that you are as blameless in my sight as an angel of God. Nevertheless, the commanders of the Philistines have said, ‘He shall not go up with us to the battle.' 10 Now then rise early in the morning with the servants of your lord who came with you, and start early in the morning, and depart as soon as you have light.” 11 So David set out with his men early in the morning to return to the land of the Philistines. But the Philistines went up to Jezreel. David's Wives Are Captured 30 Now when David and his men came to Ziklag on the third day, the Amalekites had made a raid against the Negeb and against Ziklag. They had overcome Ziklag and burned it with fire 2 and taken captive the women and all1 who were in it, both small and great. They killed no one, but carried them off and went their way. 3 And when David and his men came to the city, they found it burned with fire, and their wives and sons and daughters taken captive. 4 Then David and the people who were with him raised their voices and wept until they had no more strength to weep. 5 David's two wives also had been taken captive, Ahinoam of Jezreel and Abigail the widow of Nabal of Carmel. 6 And David was greatly distressed, for the people spoke of stoning him, because all the people were bitter in soul,2 each for his sons and daughters. But David strengthened himself in the LORD his God. 7 And David said to Abiathar the priest, the son of Ahimelech, “Bring me the ephod.” So Abiathar brought the ephod to David. 8 And David inquired of the LORD, “Shall I pursue after this band? Shall I overtake them?” He answered him, “Pursue, for you shall surely overtake and shall surely rescue.” 9 So David set out, and the six hundred men who were with him, and they came to the brook Besor, where those who were left behind stayed. 10 But David pursued, he and four hundred men. Two hundred stayed behind, who were too exhausted to cross the brook Besor. 11 They found an Egyptian in the open country and brought him to David. And they gave him bread and he ate. They gave him water to drink, 12 and they gave him a piece of a cake of figs and two clusters of raisins. And when he had eaten, his spirit revived, for he had not eaten bread or drunk water for three days and three nights. 13 And David said to him, “To whom do you belong? And where are you from?” He said, “I am a young man of Egypt, servant to an Amalekite, and my master left me behind because I fell sick three days ago. 14 We had made a raid against the Negeb of the Cherethites and against that which belongs to Judah and against the Negeb of Caleb, and we burned Ziklag with fire.” 15 And David said to him, “Will you take me down to this band?” And he said, “Swear to me by God that you will not kill me or deliver me into the hands of my master, and I will take you down to this band.” David Defeats the Amalekites 16 And when he had taken him down, behold, they were spread abroad over all the land, eating and drinking and dancing, because of all the great spoil they had taken from the land of the Philistines and from the land of Judah. 17 And David struck them down from twilight until the evening of the next day, and not a man of them escaped, except four hundred young men, who mounted camels and fled. 18 David recovered all that the Amalekites had taken, and David rescued his two wives. 19 Nothing was missing, whether small or great, sons or daughters, spoil or anything that had been taken. David brought back all. 20 David also captured all the flocks and herds, and the people drove the livestock before him,3 and said, “This is David's spoil.” 21 Then David came to the two hundred men who had been too exhausted to follow David, and who had been left at the brook Besor. And they went out to meet David and to meet the people who were with him. And when David came near to the people he greeted them. 22 Then all the wicked and worthless fellows among the men who had gone with David said, “Because they did not go with us, we will not give them any of the spoil that we have recovered, except that each man may lead away his wife and children, and depart.” 23 But David said, “You shall not do so, my brothers, with what the LORD has given us. He has preserved us and given into our hand the band that came against us. 24 Who would listen to you in this matter? For as his share is who goes down into the battle, so shall his share be who stays by the baggage. They shall share alike.” 25 And he made it a statute and a rule for Israel from that day forward to this day. 26 When David came to Ziklag, he sent part of the spoil to his friends, the elders of Judah, saying, “Here is a present for you from the spoil of the enemies of the LORD.” 27 It was for those in Bethel, in Ramoth of the Negeb, in Jattir, 28 in Aroer, in Siphmoth, in Eshtemoa, 29 in Racal, in the cities of the Jerahmeelites, in the cities of the Kenites, 30 in Hormah, in Bor-ashan, in Athach, 31 in Hebron, for all the places where David and his men had roamed. The Death of Saul 31 Now the Philistines were fighting against Israel, and the men of Israel fled before the Philistines and fell slain on Mount Gilboa. 2 And the Philistines overtook Saul and his sons, and the Philistines struck down Jonathan and Abinadab and Malchi-shua, the sons of Saul. 3 The battle pressed hard against Saul, and the archers found him, and he was badly wounded by the archers. 4 Then Saul said to his armor-bearer, “Draw your sword, and thrust me through with it, lest these uncircumcised come and thrust me through, and mistreat me.” But his armor-bearer would not, for he feared greatly. Therefore Saul took his own sword and fell upon it. 5 And when his armor-bearer saw that Saul was dead, he also fell upon his sword and died with him. 6 Thus Saul died, and his three sons, and his armor-bearer, and all his men, on the same day together. 7 And when the men of Israel who were on the other side of the valley and those beyond the Jordan saw that the men of Israel had fled and that Saul and his sons were dead, they abandoned their cities and fled. And the Philistines came and lived in them. 8 The next day, when the Philistines came to strip the slain, they found Saul and his three sons fallen on Mount Gilboa. 9 So they cut off his head and stripped off his armor and sent messengers throughout the land of the Philistines, to carry the good news to the house of their idols and to the people. 10 They put his armor in the temple of Ashtaroth, and they fastened his body to the wall of Beth-shan. 11 But when the inhabitants of Jabesh-gilead heard what the Philistines had done to Saul, 12 all the valiant men arose and went all night and took the body of Saul and the bodies of his sons from the wall of Beth-shan, and they came to Jabesh and burned them there. 13 And they took their bones and buried them under the tamarisk tree in Jabesh and fasted seven days. Footnotes [1] 30:2 Septuagint; Hebrew lacks and all [2] 30:6 Compare 22:2 [3] 30:20 The meaning of the Hebrew clause is uncertain (ESV) New Testament: Acts 13–14 Acts 13–14 (Listen) Barnabas and Saul Sent Off 13 Now there were in the church at Antioch prophets and teachers, Barnabas, Simeon who was called Niger,1 Lucius of Cyrene, Manaen a lifelong friend of Herod the tetrarch, and Saul. 2 While they were worshiping the Lord and fasting, the Holy Spirit said, “Set apart for me Barnabas and Saul for the work to which I have called them.” 3 Then after fasting and praying they laid their hands on them and sent them off. Barnabas and Saul on Cyprus 4 So, being sent out by the Holy Spirit, they went down to Seleucia, and from there they sailed to Cyprus. 5 When they arrived at Salamis, they proclaimed the word of God in the synagogues of the Jews. And they had John to assist them. 6 When they had gone through the whole island as far as Paphos, they came upon a certain magician, a Jewish false prophet named Bar-Jesus. 7 He was with the proconsul, Sergius Paulus, a man of intelligence, who summoned Barnabas and Saul and sought to hear the word of God. 8 But Elymas the magician (for that is the meaning of his name) opposed them, seeking to turn the proconsul away from the faith. 9 But Saul, who was also called Paul, filled with the Holy Spirit, looked intently at him 10 and said, “You son of the devil, you enemy of all righteousness, full of all deceit and villainy, will you not stop making crooked the straight paths of the Lord? 11 And now, behold, the hand of the Lord is upon you, and you will be blind and unable to see the sun for a time.” Immediately mist and darkness fell upon him, and he went about seeking people to lead him by the hand. 12 Then the proconsul believed, when he saw what had occurred, for he was astonished at the teaching of the Lord. Paul and Barnabas at Antioch in Pisidia 13 Now Paul and his companions set sail from Paphos and came to Perga in Pamphylia. And John left them and returned to Jerusalem, 14 but they went on from Perga and came to Antioch in Pisidia. And on the Sabbath day they went into the synagogue and sat down. 15 After the reading from the Law and the Prophets, the rulers of the synagogue sent a message to them, saying, “Brothers, if you have any word of encouragement for the people, say it.” 16 So Paul stood up, and motioning with his hand said: “Men of Israel and you who fear God, listen. 17 The God of this people Israel chose our fathers and made the people great during their stay in the land of Egypt, and with uplifted arm he led them out of it. 18 And for about forty years he put up with2 them in the wilderness. 19 And after destroying seven nations in the land of Canaan, he gave them their land as an inheritance. 20 All this took about 450 years. And after that he gave them judges until Samuel the prophet. 21 Then they asked for a king, and God gave them Saul the son of Kish, a man of the tribe of Benjamin, for forty years. 22 And when he had removed him, he raised up David to be their king, of whom he testified and said, ‘I have found in David the son of Jesse a man after my heart, who will do all my will.' 23 Of this man's offspring God has brought to Israel a Savior, Jesus, as he promised. 24 Before his coming, John had proclaimed a baptism of repentance to all the people of Israel. 25 And as John was finishing his course, he said, ‘What do you suppose that I am? I am not he. No, but behold, after me one is coming, the sandals of whose feet I am not worthy to untie.' 26 “Brothers, sons of the family of Abraham, and those among you who fear God, to us has been sent the message of this salvation. 27 For those who live in Jerusalem and their rulers, because they did not recognize him nor understand the utterances of the prophets, which are read every Sabbath, fulfilled them by condemning him. 28 And though they found in him no guilt worthy of death, they asked Pilate to have him executed. 29 And when they had carried out all that was written of him, they took him down from the tree and laid him in a tomb. 30 But God raised him from the dead, 31 and for many days he appeared to those who had come up with him from Galilee to Jerusalem, who are now his witnesses to the people. 32 And we bring you the good news that what God promised to the fathers, 33 this he has fulfilled to us their children by raising Jesus, as also it is written in the second Psalm,   “‘You are my Son,    today I have begotten you.' 34 And as for the fact that he raised him from the dead, no more to return to corruption, he has spoken in this way,   “‘I will give you the holy and sure blessings of David.' 35 Therefore he says also in another psalm,   “‘You will not let your Holy One see corruption.' 36 For David, after he had served the purpose of God in his own generation, fell asleep and was laid with his fathers and saw corruption, 37 but he whom God raised up did not see corruption. 38 Let it be known to you therefore, brothers, that through this man forgiveness of sins is proclaimed to you, 39 and by him everyone who believes is freed3 from everything from which you could not be freed by the law of Moses. 40 Beware, therefore, lest what is said in the Prophets should come about: 41   “‘Look, you scoffers,    be astounded and perish;  for I am doing a work in your days,    a work that you will not believe, even if one tells it to you.'” 42 As they went out, the people begged that these things might be told them the next Sabbath. 43 And after the meeting of the synagogue broke up, many Jews and devout converts to Judaism followed Paul and Barnabas, who, as they spoke with them, urged them to continue in the grace of God. 44 The next Sabbath almost the whole city gathered to hear the word of the Lord. 45 But when the Jews4 saw the crowds, they were filled with jealousy and began to contradict what was spoken by Paul, reviling him. 46 And Paul and Barnabas spoke out boldly, saying, “It was necessary that the word of God be spoken first to you. Since you thrust it aside and judge yourselves unworthy of eternal life, behold, we are turning to the Gentiles. 47 For so the Lord has commanded us, saying,   “‘I have made you a light for the Gentiles,    that you may bring salvation to the ends of the earth.'” 48 And when the Gentiles heard this, they began rejoicing and glorifying the word of the Lord, and as many as were appointed to eternal life believed. 49 And the word of the Lord was spreading throughout the whole region. 50 But the Jews incited the devout women of high standing and the leading men of the city, stirred up persecution against Paul and Barnabas, and drove them out of their district. 51 But they shook off the dust from their feet against them and went to Iconium. 52 And the disciples were filled with joy and with the Holy Spirit. Paul and Barnabas at Iconium 14 Now at Iconium they entered together into the Jewish synagogue and spoke in such a way that a great number of both Jews and Greeks believed. 2 But the unbelieving Jews stirred up the Gentiles and poisoned their minds against the brothers.5 3 So they remained for a long time, speaking boldly for the Lord, who bore witness to the word of his grace, granting signs and wonders to be done by their hands. 4 But the people of the city were divided; some sided with the Jews and some with the apostles. 5 When an attempt was made by both Gentiles and Jews, with their rulers, to mistreat them and to stone them, 6 they learned of it and fled to Lystra and Derbe, cities of Lycaonia, and to the surrounding country, 7 and there they continued to preach the gospel. Paul and Barnabas at Lystra 8 Now at Lystra there was a man sitting who could not use his feet. He was crippled from birth and had never walked. 9 He listened to Paul speaking. And Paul, looking intently at him and seeing that he had faith to be made well,6 10 said in a loud voice, “Stand upright on your feet.” And he sprang up and began walking. 11 And when the crowds saw what Paul had done, they lifted up their voices, saying in Lycaonian, “The gods have come down to us in the likeness of men!” 12 Barnabas they called Zeus, and Paul, Hermes, because he was the chief speaker. 13 And the priest of Zeus, whose temple was at the entrance to the city, brought oxen and garlands to the gates and wanted to offer sacrifice with the crowds. 14 But when the apostles Barnabas and Paul heard of it, they tore their garments and rushed out into the crowd, crying out, 15 “Men, why are you doing these things? We also are men, of like nature with you, and we bring you good news, that you should turn from these vain things to a living God, who made the heaven and the earth and the sea and all that is in them. 16 In past generations he allowed all the nations to walk in their own ways. 17 Yet he did not leave himself without witness, for he did good by giving you rains from heaven and fruitful seasons, satisfying your hearts with food and gladness.” 18 Even with these words they scarcely restrained the people from offering sacrifice to them. Paul Stoned at Lystra 19 But Jews came from Antioch and Iconium, and having persuaded the crowds, they stoned Paul and dragged him out of the city, supposing that he was dead. 20 But when the disciples gathered about him, he rose up and entered the city, and on the next day he went on with Barnabas to Derbe. 21 When they had preached the gospel to that city and had made many disciples, they returned to Lystra and to Iconium and to Antioch, 22 strengthening the souls of the disciples, encouraging them to continue in the faith, and saying that through many tribulations we must enter the kingdom of God. 23 And when they had appointed elders for them in every church, with prayer and fasting they committed them to the Lord in whom they had believed. Paul and Barnabas Return to Antioch in Syria 24 Then they passed through Pisidia and came to Pamphylia. 25 And when they had spoken the word in Perga, they went down to Attalia, 26 and from there they sailed to Antioch, where they had been commended to the grace of God for the work that they had fulfilled. 27 And when they arrived and gathered the church together, they declared all that God had done with them, and how he had opened a door of faith to the Gentiles. 28 And they remained no little time with the disciples. Footnotes [1] 13:1 Niger is a Latin word meaning black, or dark [2] 13:18 Some manuscripts he carried (compare Deuteronomy 1:31) [3] 13:39 Greek justified; twice in this verse [4] 13:45 Greek Ioudaioi probably refers here to Jewish religious leaders, and others under their influence, in that time; also verse 50 [5] 14:2 Or brothers and sisters [6] 14:9 Or be saved (ESV) Psalm: Psalm 119:97–104 Psalm 119:97–104 (Listen) Mem 97   Oh how I love your law!    It is my meditation all the day.98   Your commandment makes me wiser than my enemies,    for it is ever with me.99   I have more understanding than all my teachers,    for your testimonies are my meditation.100   I understand more than the aged,1    for I keep your precepts.101   I hold back my feet from every evil way,    in order to keep your word.102   I do not turn aside from your rules,    for you have taught me.103   How sweet are your words to my taste,    sweeter than honey to my mouth!104   Through your precepts I get understanding;    therefore I hate every false way. Footnotes [1] 119:100 Or the elders (ESV) Proverb: Proverbs 16:10–11 Proverbs 16:10–11 (Listen) 10   An oracle is on the lips of a king;    his mouth does not sin in judgment.11   A just balance and scales are the LORD's;    all the weights in the bag are his work. (ESV)

Bible Brothers
102. DEUTERONOMY 31 - The Perfect Song

Bible Brothers

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 44:13


Right before Moses dies, he suddenly decides to write and perform the perfect song. Rate us on iTunes and spread the good word of the Bible (Brothers podcast)! Please admire our beautiful Linktree: https://linktr.ee/biblebrothers

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start
Day 34: 20 Proverbs 7-9; 05 Deuteronomy 32-34; 06 Joshua 1-3; 19 Psalms 18-21; 1 Corinthians 2-7

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 70:11


20 Proverbs 7-9; 05 Deuteronomy 32-34; 06 Joshua 1-3; 19 Psalms 18-21; 1 Corinthians 2-7

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts
Parsha: Parshas Bechukosai (Rebroadcast)

All Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 51:23


In two chapters in the Torah (Leviticus 26, Deuteronomy 28) we read about the positive consequences of obeying the Torah and heeding its laws; and the terrible, painful consequences of disobeying the Law. Though reading this week's Torah portion is scary and a tad depressing, the truth is that this framework is the secret to […]

Parsha Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe
Parshas Bechukosai (Rebroadcast)

Parsha Podcast - By Rabbi Yaakov Wolbe

Play Episode Listen Later May 22, 2022 51:23


In two chapters in the Torah (Leviticus 26, Deuteronomy 28) we read about the positive consequences of obeying the Torah and heeding its laws; and the terrible, painful consequences of disobeying the Law. Though reading this week's Torah portion is scary and a tad depressing, the truth is that this framework is the secret to […]

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey
Morning Prayer Sunday May 22, 2022 Sixth Sunday of Easter/ Rogation Sunday

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 30:26


Morning lessons: Psalms 52, 53, 54; Deuteronomy 23; Luke 12:1-34.  Why do you boast, you tyrant, that you can do evil?

Arise and Abide
Remain In His Love

Arise and Abide

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 9:04


Reading Joshua 22:1-10 (NLT) ~ Scripture reading followed by discussion. Jumping from chapter 11 to chapter 22. God helping Israel clear out the land, dividing the land, Caleb getting his allotment of land, the daughters of Zelophehad getting their land. Some of the tribes failing to fully drive out the people. Cities of Refuge established. Joshua's encouragement to the tribes of Reuben, Gad, and half tribe of Manasseh. Joshua does not want the distance, or the natural barrier of the Jordan river keep them from staying rooted in the LORD, Jeremiah 17:7-8. Deuteronomy 6:5 Love the LORD your God with all your heart, all your soul, and all your strength. Deuteronomy 6:11. Following Jesus means making disciples and being discipled.

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start
Day 33: 20 Proverbs 5-6; 05 Deuteronomy 28-31; 19 Psalms 11-17; 45 Romans 12-16; 1 Corinthians 1

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 67:09


20 Proverbs 5-6; 05 Deuteronomy 28-31; 19 Psalms 11-17; 45 Romans 12-16; 1 Corinthians 1

Daily Devotional By Archbishop Foley Beach
Malachi 4 Tells Us God Takes Care of His Own and that Those Who Wait Upon Him and “fear my {God's} name” Will Not Be Disappointed

Daily Devotional By Archbishop Foley Beach

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 1:00


Malachi 4 Tells Us God Takes Care of His Own and that Those Who Wait Upon Him and “fear my {God's} name” Will Not Be Disappointed MESSAGE SUMMARY:  Isaiah, in Isaiah 64:3,8, says that God is the awesome God who created everything: “When you did awesome things that we did not look for, you came down, the mountains quaked at your presence . . . But now, O LORD, you are our Father; we are the clay, and you are our potter; we are all the work of your hand.”. In Isaiah 65:11-13, Isaiah expresses God's disappointment in being snubbed by His chosen people, the Jews. However, Isaiah expresses how pleased God is with being welcomed by the Gentiles {my servants}: “'But you who forsake the LORD, who forget my holy mountain, who set a table for Fortune and fill cups of mixed wine for Destiny, I will destine you to the sword, and all of you shall bow down to the slaughter, because, when I called, you did not answer; when I spoke, you did not listen, but you did what was evil in my eyes and chose what I did not delight in.' Therefore thus says the Lord God: ‘Behold, my servants shall eat, but you shall be hungry; behold, my servants shall drink, but you shall be thirsty; behold, my servants shall rejoice, but you shall be put to shame.'". Malachi tells us, in Malachi 4:1-3, that God will punish evildoers while sparing those who fear His name: “For behold, the day is coming, burning like an oven, when all the arrogant and all evildoers will be stubble. The day that is coming shall set them ablaze, says the LORD of hosts, so that it will leave them neither root nor branch. But for you who fear my name, the sun of righteousness shall rise with healing in its wings. You shall go out leaping like calves from the stall. And you shall tread down the wicked, for they will be ashes under the soles of your feet, on the day when I act, says the LORD of hosts.". God takes care of His own, and those who fear the Lord and who wait upon the Lord will not be disappointed.   TODAY'S PRAYER: Lord, help me to be still and to wait patiently for you in silence. In Jesus' name, amen.   Scazzero, Peter. Emotionally Healthy Spirituality Day by Day (p. 125). Zondervan. Kindle Edition. TODAY'S AFFIRMATION: Today, I affirm that because I am in Jesus Christ, I will seek God's perspective on my situation .For I know that in all things God  works together for good to those of us who love Him and are called according to His purpose. From Romans 8:28 SCRIPTURE REFERENCE (ESV): Isaiah 64:3-10; Deuteronomy 28:58; Nehemiah 4:1-11; Malachi 4:1-6; Psalms 66b:11-20. A WORD FROM THE LORD WEBSITE: www.AWFTL.org. THIS SUNDAY'S AUDIO SERMON: You can listen to Archbishop Beach's Current Sunday Sermon: “The Resurrection Part 3: Jesus Gives Us His Great Commission Just Before His Ascension”, at our Website: https://awordfromthelord.org/listen/   DONATE TO AWFTL: https://mygiving.secure.force.com/GXDonateNow?id=a0Ui000000DglsqEAB

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 7:45

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2022 7:56


Saturday, 21 May 2022   which our fathers, having received it in turn, also brought with Joshua into the land possessed by the Gentiles, whom God drove out before the face of our fathers until the days of David, Acts 7:45   The previous verse referred to the tabernacle in the wilderness, and that Moses was instructed to make it according to the pattern he had seen. Having seen a pattern, it then conveys to us an obvious truth. If there is a pattern, then what is copied is not the actual thing that has been copied. Stephen will explain that in a few verses. For now, he explains more about the earthly tabernacle, beginning with, “which our fathers, having received it in turn.”   The Greek word translated as “having received it in turn,” is found only here in Scripture. It speaks of the succession of the tabernacle. It was fashioned at the time of Moses and it was the central point of worship for those who constructed it. Eventually, that generation died off, and the next generation received it in turn.    This is because the first generation was disobedient and failed to enter into Canaan when it was offered to them. They did not believe the Lord, and they were condemned to die in the wilderness. Only when that generation had died off would the people enter. Two exceptions to this were Joshua and Caleb who believed the Lord. It is this next generation that is being referred to. From there, Stephen continues by saying, “also brought with Joshua.”   Joshua is explicitly noted as being with the next generation. As the leader of the people, but as one of the previous generation, Stephen ensures that this distinction in him is made. He was of faith, and because he was, he led the next generation of Israel into Canaan. It was this generation, with Joshua leading them, that brought the tabernacle “into the land possessed by the Gentiles.”   Here, Stephen uses the same word found in Acts 7:5 where it speaks of promising the land of Canaan to Abraham “for a possession.” This is now its only other use in Scripture. The Greek literally reads, “in the possession of the nations.” Because of this, translations vary. Some see this as the act of possessing the land. But the word “possession” is a noun. It is, therefore, most probably speaking of the land that was possessed by the nations, and who would then be disposed from the land.   Also, it is to be noted that some earlier translations say “Jesus” in this verse instead of “Joshua.” The names of both in the Greek are the same. It is obvious that Joshua brought Israel into the land. But the similarity of the names is still important.   In reading the Greek, the mental connection to both is made. It is certainly historically accurate to translate this as Joshua, but in typology, it is good to know that the Greek names Joshua and Jesus are the same. Joshua brought the tabernacle of the Lord into the land possessed by the Gentiles. Jesus, the Lord, is the one who brought the knowledge of the Lord into the Gentile world.   It is this presence of the Lord as indicated by the tabernacle being brought by the next generation of Israel, and as led by Joshua, “whom God drove out before the face of our fathers.”   The Greek actually reads just the opposite, saying “from the face of our fathers.” It is the same expression used in the Greek translation of Deuteronomy 11:23. It is the Lord who does the work, removing the Gentiles from before Israel. Israel participated in the wars, but without the Lord, they could never have succeeded in accomplishing the task.   This process of removing the Gentiles, with the presence of the tabernacle among them, is carefully recorded in Joshua, and the battles in the land continue on through Judges. Saul, the first king of Israel dealt with this as well. This continued on, according to Stephen, “until the days of David.”   What this is referring to is not the removing of the Gentiles until the time of David, but of the presence of the tabernacle until the time of David. The removing of the Gentiles is a fact that occurred because of the presence of the tabernacle, but the main subject is the tabernacle itself. That will be seen in the next two verses.   Life application: The tabernacle is noted above as a copy of something else. As such, it is not the real thing, but only a type or shadow of the real thing. It is important to understand this because it was telling Israel that the One who dwelt in that tabernacle was not limited to it.   It is God in Christ that this tabernacle was modeled after. Until one sees this, he cannot fully appreciate that what God is doing is larger than just what is spoken of concerning Israel. To this day, people get excited about events surrounding the coming temple in Jerusalem, such as finding a suitable red heifer for sacrifice.   And, indeed, it is exciting in the sense that prophecy is being fulfilled, but it should not be exciting to think that Israel is going to build a temple for worship. As Jesus is the fulfillment of these things, it means that Israel has not yet learned this lesson. The sacrifice of a red heifer cannot do anything for Israel. Only what that red heifer anticipated, meaning the work of Jesus, can cleanse them.   Let us remember this. It is not good to send money to fund temple projects in Israel. In doing so, we are participating in Israel's rejection of Christ! Be understanding of these things. We need to get out the word about Jesus, not about Israel's return to an obsolete law.   Heavenly Father, we pray that Israel's eyes will be opened to the truth of what You have done through Jesus. May their hearts be turned to You through Him. The law was ineffective in bringing them to a right standing with You. Only in Jesus' fulfillment of it can that happen. Help them to see this, O God. Amen.  

Rev. Thomas Manton on SermonAudio
Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 7

Rev. Thomas Manton on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 49:00


Sandhill Free Will Baptist Church
Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 7

Sandhill Free Will Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 49:00


RockPointe Church
Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 7

RockPointe Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 49:00


Simply Stories Podcast
Episode 131 :: Lisa Appelo:: Stories of Grief and Hope After Loss and Life Can Be Good Again

Simply Stories Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 61:37


Today, I have an incredibly special conversation to share with you. Lisa Appelo is a writer, speaker, Bible study teacher, and homeschooling Mom of 7. As a young couple, Lisa and her husband had a vision of how they thought their life would unfold, and the Lord redirected those plans a number of times. One of the biggest things they never saw coming was that her husband, and high school sweetheart, passed away very suddenly. After this devastating loss, Lisa began trying to navigate life with her children ranging at the time from ages 4 to 19, and as a woman whose life had been so tightly woven together with her partner's, and a woman who had always believed in and loved the Lord, but needed Him to be near, and real and good to her in a way she had never known before.  In her new book, Life Can Be Good Again: Putting Your World Back Together After It Falls Apart, and in our conversation today, Lisa shares what her journey of grief, wrestling with God, and truly depending on Him looked like in those first tender days and weeks, but even now as she continues to walk with the same God who has always been near to the brokenhearted in this broken world. We talk about some of the big questions we honestly ask in lament before our Maker like: are you going to be there for me? How are you going to provide for me? How are you going to fix these broken hearts? Are you really good? Is God doing this to me? Is He a mean God? As Lisa sought out God in His word and experienced His tangible care through those around her, she wrestled through these questions and shares today the difficult but life-giving process of turning to the Lord in crisis, and not turning away from Him. God has healing and purpose in everything He calls us to, and He is truly good. I know this is an episode many, many people need to hear and I pray it ministers to you today.  Just remember the pain you see around you, or that you personally know, this is not how the story ends. You matter, and your story matters.  Today's episode sponsor: Tony Crabtree Homes with Exit Realty Home buyer guide: http://bit.ly/buyersguidecrabtreehomes Seller guide: http://bit.ly/sellerguidecrabtreehomes Facebook Instagram Website YouTube JOIN OUR PATREON COMMUNITY!!!! I would be honored to have your support to keep the Simply Stories Podcast going! You can sign up for as little as $3 a month and each tier offers gifts that I hope will bless you in return. Connecting with Lisa:  Facebook  Instagram  Twitter Website  References: Lisa's book Life Can Be Good Again: Putting Your World Back Together After It Falls Apart The science of tears (sidebar, apparently in Japan there are clubs called rui-katsu- its fascinating) The Bible Recap (the Bible reading chronologically in a year plan I used)  Lisa's 7 Day Bible Study 7 Days of Hope for Your Shattered Heart The book of Exodus Mount Sinai is NOT a tiny hill. Moses climbed it (by some accounts 8 times)  Resource for working through a process of Biblical lament  Scripture References: John 15 (as one example)- God created us to live in trust and dependence on Him  Deuteronomy 4:30, 2 Samuel 2:27, Romans 8, 1 Peter 5:7-( a few examples) God truly cares about us in a deeply personal way  Romans 8:27- The Spirit knows our groans Psalm 34:18- The Lord is close to the broken-hearted Psalm 68:5-He's a father to the fatherless Jeremiah 17:9- The heart is deceitful  Matthew 16:23, Matthew 21:12-13- Jesus got angry too (but didn't sin) Psalm 63 being thirsty in a dry land  John 16:13-The Spirit speaks truth to us  Psalm 56:8- God keeps our tears in a bottle  Hebrews 10:23- (just one of my faves) God is faithful Joshua 21:45- God keeps His promises Romans 8:28- God is working  Psalm 27:13 AMPC (one of my faves) -God's goodness Ecclesiastes 1:9- There is nothing new under the sun  Matthew 6:9-13- Give us this day our daily bread John 16:33- In this world, you will have trouble, but take heart  Job, 2 Corinthians 12:7-10- (just a couple of examples)- God can cause suffering  Isaiah 53, Luke 22:44, Luke 23:26-43 -Jesus suffers Mark 6:1-13, Mark 14:50 (just a few examples)- He knows what it's like to experience rejection Matthew 26:36-46- He knows what it's like to feel loneliness John 11:25-44, He knows what it's like to watch death and grieve it Genesis 1, John 1:1-5-Jesus was in the beginning, and He knows what life is supposed to look like from the Garden Psalm 27:13-14-I would have lost heart if I had not believed I would see God's goodness, wait on the Lord Exodus 32 (on example)Moses' struggle to go up and down the mountain (and the hurt with the betrayal of the people) Exodus 20:18-21- Some of the Israelites didn't want to approach the mountain  2 Corinthians 4:18- Fix your eyes Exodus 16- The manna began  Exodus 34:28- Moses' 40 days on the mountain and fasted Matthew 4:1-11- Jesus fasted 40 days in the wilderness Exodus 17:8-14- Moses needs help to keep his hands up Connecting with Emily and Simply Stories Podcast:Instagram (Em life // Podcast Life)FacebookTwitterBlog  *Intro and Outro music is from audionautix.com

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com
Deuteronomy 29:1—30:13

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 26:00


So often, we miss out on God's love because we are blinded by our own righteousness. In Deuteronomy 29 and 30, we review Israel's past and learn how their wandering hearts aren't much different than ours today. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches us about the Palestinian covenant, God's prophecy to Israel, and Israel's misinterpretation of God's Law in terms of their own righteousness.

Anxiety on SermonAudio
On our worst day

Anxiety on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 33:00


A new MP3 sermon from Clear Branch Baptist is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: On our worst day Speaker: Brad O'Neal Broadcaster: Clear Branch Baptist Event: Sunday Service Date: 5/19/2022 Bible: Genesis 22:1-14; Deuteronomy 2:7 Length: 33 min.

CrossPolitic Studios
Deuteronomy 20:1-4 [Up and Ready]

CrossPolitic Studios

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 4:38


Bible for the People
Ep 58: Blessings, Curses, & More (Deut 26-30)

Bible for the People

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 35:06


This is Bible for the People, where we ask the questions for you! This week we are reading Deuteronomy 26-30. Why so many curses? Who has the real agency? What is the mention of milk and honey here for? All of this and more on this week's episode. To ask us questions or reach out to use please email bibleforthepeople@gmail.com or find us on facebook or instagram. 

Pray Station Portable
PSP 5/21/22 - Night Prayer

Pray Station Portable

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 4:57


Psalm 4 Psalm 134 Deuteronomy 6:4-7 Prayer Requests to psp@sqpn.com

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start
Day 32: 20 Proverbs 3-4; 05 Deuteronomy 21-27; 19 Psalms 5-10; 45 Romans 7-11

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 72:45


20 Proverbs 3-4; 05 Deuteronomy 21-27; 19 Psalms 5-10; 45 Romans 7-11

John Calvin on SermonAudio
Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 7

John Calvin on SermonAudio

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 49:00


A new MP3 sermon from Dr David C. Mackereth is now available on SermonAudio with the following details: Title: Calvin: Deuteronomy 4 Part 7 Subtitle: Calvin Deuteronomy Speaker: John Calvin Broadcaster: Dr David C. Mackereth Event: Midweek Service Date: 5/19/2022 Bible: Deuteronomy 4:24-25 Length: 49 min.

Your Daily Bible Verse
Life-Changing Truths about God's Love (Deuteronomy 33:3)

Your Daily Bible Verse

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 8:18


Want to listen without the ads? Become a BibleStudyTools.com PLUS Member today: https://www.biblestudytools.com/subscribe/Meet Our Hosts:Jennifer Slattery is a writer and speaker who hosts the Faith Over Fear podcast. She's addressed women's groups, Bible studies, and writers across the nation. She's the author of Building a Family and numerous other titles and maintains a devotional blog at https://jenniferslatterylivesoutloud.comFollow Jennifer:https://www.lifeaudio.com/faith-over-fear/https://www.facebook.com/JenSlattehttps://www.instagram.com/slatteryjennifer/Grace Fox has published hundreds of articles and authored 10 books including the award-winning devotional, Finding Hope in Crisis: Devotions for Calm in Chaos. She's a member of the “First 5” writing team for Proverbs 31 Ministries and a regular contributor to Guideposts' Mornings with Jesus. Grace lives aboard a sailboat in Vancouver, British Columbia. Married in 1982, she and her husband celebrate three grown kids and eleven grandchildren.Check out Grace's newest book, Keeping Hope Alive: https://www.tyndale.com/p/keeping-hope-alive/9781649380517Subscribe to her weekly devotional blog and monthly update on her website: www.gracefox.comFollow Grace:Facebook: www.fb.com/gracefox.authorInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/graceloewenfox/  Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/gracefoxauthor

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey
Morning Prayer Saturday May 21, 2022 Fifth Week of Easter

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2022 29:13


Morning lessons: Psalm 50; Deuteronomy 22; Luke 11:29-36.  The Lord, even the most mighty God, has spoken and called the world, from the rising of the sun to the going down thereof.

Rural Pastor's Talk
Public School, Private School, Homeschool? Oh my!

Rural Pastor's Talk

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 59:18


In this episode we discuss... ways rural pastors and the church can support families in the education of their children.We must educate children:Deuteronomy 11:18Proverbs 22:62 Timothy 3:14-15But what about the rest of the education? Do we need to teach them 5x5 and how many electrons nitrogen has?We take time to discuss through options around homeschool, classical school, private school, and public schoolThen, we give tips for parents weighing these optionsStuff Rural Pastors Can Use Review:Need a new pair of hiking sneakers? TJ reviews the shoe for you!Our Quote of the Day:The education of children for God is the most important business done on earth.  It is the one business for which the earth exists.  To it all politics, all war, all literature, all money making ought to be subordinated; and every parent especially ought to feel, every hour of the day, that next to making his own calling and election sure, this is the end for which he is kept alive by God- this is his task on earth.  - Robert Lewis DabneyCONTACTCall and leave a message at (570) 724-3741Email: ruralpastorstalk@gmail.comWebsite: http://ruralpastorstalk.buzzsprout.com/SOCIAL MEDIAFacebook: http://facebook.com/ruralpastorstalkTwitter: @ruralpastorsLISTENItunesSpotify

Latter-day Peace Studies presents: Come, Follow Me

Deuteronomy, Devarim, Words. Moses' words recall his uneasy relationship with speech all the way back to his conversation with God at the burning bush. Moses recounts Israelite history from the Exodus on, continually reiterating that he will not cross into the promised land with his people. This melancholy reminiscing of Moses is likely a product of later editors who crafted this text to fit their contemporary religious reforms around the 7th Century BC. God is more narrowly defined and religious practice is centralized under the authority of the temple priests. This context provides interesting possibilities for the narrative of Lehi and his family in the Book of Mormon. To what degree might Lehi's persecution be for what are deemed by the Deuteronomistic reformers to be unorthodox beliefs and religious practices? How might Nephi's vision of the Tree of Life relate to the Divine Feminine that is so systematically subverted in Deuteronomy? This final book of the Torah calls for interpretation as much as it is itself a complex work of reinterpretation and reform of the Israelite tradition.

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com
Deuteronomy 27, 28

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 26:00


When God makes a covenant, He never breaks it. In Deuteronomy 27 and 28, we see God's covenant with Israel regarding the Promised Land. While their success and blessing in the land was dependent on their obedience, God gave them the land without conditions. Likewise, today, God's love for us comes without conditions, yet His blessing is closely tied to our obedience and hearts of worship toward Him.

god deuteronomy promised land dr. j. vernon mcgee
ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start
Day 31: 20 Proverbs 1-2; 05 Deuteronomy 14-20; 19 Psalms 147-150, 1-4; 45 Romans 1-6

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 68:30


20 Proverbs 1-2; 05 Deuteronomy 14-20; 19 Psalms 147-150, 1-4; 45 Romans 1-6

My Morning Devotional
Blessed to Bless

My Morning Devotional

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 5:31


This is Episode 514 of the My Morning Devotional Podcast Join me, Alison Elizabeth as we read out of Deuteronomy 28:12 which says "The LORD will open the heavens, the storehouse of his bounty, to send rain on your land in season and to bless all the work of your hands. You will lend to many nations but will borrow from none."Click Here to Learn More and Purchase Tickets for Night of A Million Prayers Quick Links:@mymorningdevo on IG: https://www.instagram.com/mymorningdevo/@alisonelizabethco on IG: https://www.instagram.com/alisonelizabethco/Facebook Group: http://www.facebook.com/groups/mymorningdevotional/Support the show

Maxwell Institute Podcast
Abide: Deuteronomy

Maxwell Institute Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 28:27


Deuteronomy is the final book in the Pentateuch, containing Moses' last sermons, as well as poetry regarding Israel's future. Moses pleads with Israel not to repeat their past mistakes, such as falling into idolatry. They must keep their covenants and keep the law given by Yahweh, or else they will lose the Promised Land. What […] The post Abide: Deuteronomy appeared first on Neal A. Maxwell Institute | BYU.

Cwic Media
Come Follow Me LDS - Deuteronomy

Cwic Media

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 31:16


Serpents, Arrows, Beasts, & Swords The Hebrew name for the Book of Deuteronomy is, "Sefer Devarim" - The Book of the Words! This book is framed with our concept of "DBR". Within just a few short verses, we get symbolism from The Brazen Serpent, Lehi's Dream, Isaiah's Temple Vision, and The Garden of Eden. Amazing! Website - https://www.cwicmedia.com  

Calvary Chapel Lowcountry
Deuteronomy 14:1-29, Wednesday May 18th, 2022

Calvary Chapel Lowcountry

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 40:15


Deuteronomy 14:1-29, Wednesday May 18th, 2022,

Help Club for Moms
Worship with the Help Club!

Help Club for Moms

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 35:40


Join Jen for worship that will fill your home with peace!"The eternal God is your refuge, and his everlasting arms are under you. He drives out the enemy before you..." Deuteronomy 33:27 NLT

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey
Morning Prayer Friday May 20, 2022 Fifth Week of Easter

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 27:46


Morning lessons: Psalms 47, 48; Deuteronomy 21; Luke 11:1-28.  O clap your hands together, all you peoples; O cry aloud unto God with shouts of joy.

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey
Morning Prayer Thursday May 19, 2022 Fifth Week of Easter

Daily Prayer at Crossroads Abbey

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 25:53


Morning lessons: Psalm 45; Deuteronomy 20; Luke 10:25-42.  My heart overflows with a noble song; I will sing my words to the King; my tongue is the pen of a ready writer.

Equipped To Be
Equipping You to Love Where You Are with Somer Colbert - 113

Equipped To Be

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 34:39


Sometimes it can be hard to be and to love where you are. It is so tempting to try to speed up time and pass over sticky, messy seasons. We want to rush through suffering and pain. But, there are lessons to be learned and relationships to be built in these seasons. Somer Colbert joins me in this episode to talk about these things and how to love where you are.   About Somer Colbert Somer Colbert is a writer, speaker, and host of the Love Where You Are podcast. She is the Director of Adoption and Foster Care Ministry at Crosschurch and Connected Champion with the Arkansas Baptist Children's Home and Family Ministries where she creates support, awareness, and advocacy for families seeking to serve in the areas of adoption and foster care. Somer is also a part of the Hope in Grief writing team where she encourages families walking through adoption grief. She creates weekly podcast episodes and resources to equip and empower Christian families to identify their influence for the gospel in every season, live life on mission, and share Jesus right where they are.  Somer is passionate about equipping spiritually healthy families and seeing a movement of God's people step into confidence in their ability to change the world around them through the way they love! She resides in Arkansas with her husband, three kids, and three dogs. She's obsessed with British docudramas and cooking shows and can always be found with a cup of hot tea in hand. Her life has been forever changed by the love of Jesus, marriage to her favorite person, parenting her crazy crew, and walking multiple adoption journeys.   Tune in to this conversation where we discuss how to love where you are in every season of your life, building relationships, and living out Deuteronomy 6. Read the full show notes with links here: https://conniealbers.com/love-where-you-are-with-somer-colbert    Love this episode? Please leave us a rating/review and share this episode with a friend!   Have a question? Interested in having Connie speak? Send an email to Connie here: https://conniealbers.com/contact/ 

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com
Deuteronomy 25, 26

Thru the Bible on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 26:00


Every day, we are at war with our flesh. In our study of Deuteronomy 25 and 26, Dr. McGee teaches that our flesh is not something to despise or fight with self-discipline. Instead, our flesh can point us to the Holy Spirit. When we walk with God, the fruit of the Spirit will flow from us. Find hope in God's promise to one day irradicate our flesh and bring us to completion as new creatures.

Bible Talk — A podcast by 9Marks
Deuteronomy 5–6: On "Fam Deevs," Mar Duke, and the Shema (Bible Talk, Ep. 56)

Bible Talk — A podcast by 9Marks

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 43:12


ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start
Day 30: 20 Proverbs 30-31; 05 Deuteronomy 8-13; 19 Psalms 142-146; 44 Acts 24-28

ABP - King James Version - One Hour A Day - April Start

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 72:06


20 Proverbs 30-31; 05 Deuteronomy 8-13; 19 Psalms 142-146; 44 Acts 24-28

Douglas Jacoby Podcast
CLEAN – podcast 5 (Walking in the Light)

Douglas Jacoby Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 15:22


For additional notes and resources check out Douglas' website.IntroductionOT: Purity and cleansing are more about forgiveness than about transformation.Yet, for fairness and balance, holiness was the goal, and then as now involved a quest, a process...E.g, Exodus: facilitation of forgiveness and holiness: laws, priesthood, tabernacle; Leviticus: atonement and holiness; Numbers: the journey of faith continues, with penalties for sin; Deuteronomy: obedient love / loving obedience.Two-stage salvationBaptism: past sinsConfession and repentance: future sinsFar too many believers are confused about what it means to walk in the light.Scriptural study: 1 John 1:6-2:7Contrast: light / darknessWalking in light assumes some degree of failureWe do not move to the darkness every time we sin (though we do if we give up on Christ.)What is walking in darkness?Darkness is pretense.It's also lack of openness.Those in the dark ignore, twist, or reject God's word.How we live -- how we obey Christ -- does matter.Yet if we slip, we have an advocate.Walking in the light is the way of obedience.Walking in light is walking as Jesus walked: openness, honesty, obedience to the Father, a life centered round others (love).There's one more key dimension of walking in the light (1 John 3:1-3).Walking in light isn't only ongoing forgiveness and ongoing obedience.It's also ongoing transformation!Protestants tend to see the crucifixion of Jesus as their means of forgiveness, while Orthodox theology highlights the resurrection (the other side of Jesus' atonement) as a source of new life -- becoming like God.We too should appreciate that God's plan is for us to become like Christ (see also Rom 8:29 -- for this we will need to embrace suffering).Prayer for purity at the level of:Conscience / heart / motivesThoughtsWordsActions

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 7:42

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 9:27


Wednesday, 18 May 2022   Then God turned and gave them up to worship the host of heaven, as it is written in the book of the Prophets: ‘Did you offer Me slaughtered animals and sacrifices during forty years in the wilderness, O house of Israel? Acts 7:42   The previous verse said, “And they made a calf in those days, offered sacrifices to the idol, and rejoiced in the works of their own hands.” Now Stephen continues to describe the conduct of Israel, saying, “Then God turned.”   The idea here is that in forsaking the Lord, the Lord will forsake them. It is the warning Joshua gave to the people –   “But Joshua said to the people, ‘You cannot serve the Lord, for He is a holy God. He is a jealous God; He will not forgive your transgressions nor your sins. 20 If you forsake the Lord and serve foreign gods, then He will turn and do you harm and consume you, after He has done you good.'” Joshua 24:19, 20   In God's turning, Stephen next says, “and gave them up.” Instead of continuing to appeal to Israel to do what is right and to worship Him, the Lord essentially says, “Ok. Have it your way. If you will not worship me, we'll see if the gods you do serve will help you. That is the same thought found in the Song of Moses –   “He will say: ‘Where are their gods, The rock in which they sought refuge? 38 Who ate the fat of their sacrifices, And drank the wine of their drink offering? Let them rise and help you, And be your refuge.'” Deuteronomy 32:37, 38   The Lord allowed Israel to follow their own gods, and when times of trouble came, they had no one to turn to. The gods they trusted in were out “having a party” and too busy to help apparently. In actuality, they didn't exist because they were not gods at all. Stephen next says that God gave them up “to worship the host of heaven.”   It is a term describing the sun, moon, planets, and stars. The word “host” signifies an army. Their regular movements and the way they are set in the heavens is as if they are arrayed for battle. The worship of this host is seen, for example, in 2 Chronicles –   “Manasseh was twelve years old when he became king, and he reigned fifty-five years in Jerusalem. 2 But he did evil in the sight of the Lord, according to the abominations of the nations whom the Lord had cast out before the children of Israel. 3 For he rebuilt the high places which Hezekiah his father had broken down; he raised up altars for the Baals, and made wooden images; and he worshiped all the host of heaven and served them. 4 He also built altars in the house of the Lord, of which the Lord had said, “In Jerusalem shall My name be forever.” 5 And he built altars for all the host of heaven in the two courts of the house of the Lord.” 2 Chronicles 33:1-5   These and other such verses refer to Israel serving and worshipping the created “hosts of heaven” rather than the Creator of those hosts. To support his words to the council, Stephen next quotes Scripture, saying, “as it is written in the book of the Prophets.”   The Hebrew Bible of today is divided into three sections, commonly referred to as the Tanakh. It is an acronym combining the first letters of those sections, the Torah (the books of Moses also known as the Pentateuch or simply “the Law”); the Nevi'im (the Prophets); and the Ketuvim (the Writings). A similar division is referred to by Jesus in Luke 24 –   “Then He said to them, ‘These are the words which I spoke to you while I was still with you, that all things must be fulfilled which were written in the Law of Moses and the Prophets and the Psalms concerning Me.'” Luke 24:44   As for Stephen's words noting the book of the Prophets, he specifically cites the book of Amos, saying –   “Did you offer Me slaughtered animals and sacrifices during forty years in the wilderness, O house of Israel?”   The words are specifically being remembered from Amos 5:25 –   “Did you offer Me sacrifices and offerings In the wilderness forty years, O house of Israel?”   The words of Stephen will continue to cite Amos, but the question of Amos 5:25 begs a negative answer. Israel was out worshipping other gods, failing to give the Creator of the heavenly host credit for His handiwork. But right in the same chapter of Amos, the Lord is directly credited with the creation of these things –   “He made the Pleiades and Orion; He turns the shadow of death into morning And makes the day dark as night; He calls for the waters of the sea And pours them out on the face of the earth; The Lord is His name.” Amos 5:8   The Pleiades and Orion were, and still are, known constellations. It is He who made them. Their structure and placement are according to His wisdom alone. Why worship the lesser? The Lord is the Creator.   Life application: The Bible does not deny that there is structure and order in the alignment of the stars. On the contrary, it acknowledges it. These heavenly bodies tell their own stories. This is acknowledged in several places in both testaments. An example of this is found in Jacob's blessing upon his son, Judah –   “The scepter shall not depart from Judah, Nor a lawgiver from between his feet, Until Shiloh comes; And to Him shall be the obedience of the people.” Genesis 49:10   The words here are believed to be the heavenly sign that the Magi understood to refer to the coming of the Messiah. When Leo, Regulus, and the moon were in a particular alignment, the coming of Messiah was known to have occurred. Likewise, Peter has already spoken in Acts 2 of the moon turning to blood. That refers to an eclipse. Such events are placed or timed according to God's purposes.   Having said that, there is no reason why we should try to predict the future based on such events. This is as common as holes in a donut shop, but it is not a sound way of determining the future. Only after the event takes place should we expect to understand that it has been fulfilled. Eclipses come and go, the movement of the planets and stars continue to take place with their set precision, and we are to be about worshipping the Creator of those things. His wisdom in how such things align is up to Him and we will understand it after those things are revealed.   Heavenly Father, You have truly displayed wisdom in how You have structured all things. We can see it in the movement of the sun, moon, planets, and stars. And yet, we err when we look to them to reveal to us our destinies. Rather, we should look to You, the Creator of them, for our hope, our joy, and our delight. May we never substitute that which is less for the joy that is found in You alone. Amen.  

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Deuteronomy 23, 24

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Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 26:00


If we are born of God, then our attitude, appearance, and all-around conduct should communicate that to others. Deuteronomy 23 and 24 outline several laws regarding what conduct is acceptable and unacceptable to God. Follow along as Dr. McGee teaches us the importance of being born again, yielding to the Holy Spirit rather than our flesh, and taking care of each other as God's family.

Beyond The Block
The Law Review [Deuteronomy]

Beyond The Block

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 69:27


Once again, more material than what we can cover, but a good discussion nonetheless on a review of the law, the Shema, the Sinaitic law as God's suzerain/vassal treaty, and more Transcript: David Doyle Episode Outlines: Stephanie Peterson, Christine LeStarge, Mary Gavilanes, Jen Altman, and Beth Johnson Transcripts available here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1w6rBQR_kcJkUf9vfSWkh6Qvwg2qOPA4m?usp=sharing Episode outlines available here: tinyurl.com/btboutlines James' LDS Anti-racism 101 course: btbacademy.thinkific.com Support the show: glow.fm/beyondtheblock

Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway
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Follow Him: A Come, Follow Me Podcast featuring Hank Smith & John Bytheway

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 7:16


Hank Smith and John Bytheway answer a question from the Come, Follow Me study from Deuteronomy.Show Notes (English, French, Spanish, Portuguese): https://followhim.co/old-testament/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/followhimpodcastInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/followhimpodcastYouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/FollowHimOfficialChannelThanks to the followHIM team:Steve & Shannon Sorensen: Executive Producers/SponsorsDavid & Verla Sorensen: SponsorsDr. Hank Smith: Co-hostJohn Bytheway: Co-hostDavid Perry: ProducerKyle Nelson: MarketingLisa Spice: Client Relations, Show Notes/TranscriptsJamie Neilson: Social Media, Graphic DesignWill Stoughton: Rough Video EditorKrystal Roberts: Transcripts/Language Team/French TranscriptsAriel Cuadra: Spanish TranscriptsIgor Willians: Portuguese Transcripts"Let Zion in Her Beauty Rise" by Marshall McDonaldhttps://www.marshallmcdonaldmusic.com/products/let-zion-in-her-beauty-rise-pianoPlease rate and review the podcast.

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Deuteronomy 21:22—23:1

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Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 26:00


You probably don't spend much time thinking about the safety of birds. In Deuteronomy 21-23, God went out of His way to make sure birds were protected. He even made a law about it. God shows His love for the birds by protecting them with a law, just as He shows His love for us by giving us laws intended for our safety. Learn to see God's Law in a new lightthe light of His love and protection.

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