Podcasts about in matthew

Share on
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
Share on Reddit
Share on LinkedIn
Copy link to clipboard
  • 1,405PODCASTS
  • 3,866EPISODES
  • 30mAVG DURATION
  • 2DAILY NEW EPISODES
  • May 23, 2022LATEST

POPULARITY

20122013201420152016201720182019202020212022


Best podcasts about in matthew

Show all podcasts related to in matthew

Latest podcast episodes about in matthew

Leadership in Context
Divine Compassion for Ukraine

Leadership in Context

Play Episode Listen Later May 23, 2022 14:11


Thank you for standing with us as we stand with those in Ukraine. In Matthew 9, it says that Jesus was moved with compassion when He saw the multitude. God's compassion is released in us when we see things–not just with our natural eyes, but with our spiritual eyes. I believe God stores up things in us that He can tap later for divine compassion to be released. That's why Pastor Keith Tucci is leading the charge to make sure the Ukrainian believers stay connected. Show notes (posted every Tuesday) can be found HERE. 

Fountain City Church

In Matthew chapter 9, verses 12 and 13, Jesus says, "It is not the healthy who need a doctor, but the sick. But go and learn what this means: ‘I desire mercy, not sacrifice.' For I have not come to call the righteous, but sinners.” Jesus was challenging the cultural norm of his day, and he is still calling us to live counter-culture today. Join us as we continue in our series, Formation.

Unlocked: Daily Devotions for Teens

Our world throws around the word "love" a lot. We love chocolate; we love sports; we love our friends. But what does love even mean? God's Word, the Bible, helps us understand what love is. True love comes from God because “God is love” (1 John 4:8, 16). In 1 Corinthians 13, Paul paints a vivid picture of love: it is patient, kind, humble, generous, forgiving, and never gives up. God shows His perfect love in all He has done for us. God loves us so much that even when we rejected Him and lived in sin, He sent His Son Jesus to die for us so that everyone who puts their trust in Him can have eternal life and be with Him forever. Because God loves us, He has freed us from the guilt and enslavement of sin, and one day we will live forever without sin. As Christians, we are totally forgiven, and now God calls us to live according to His good ways. It wouldn't be loving for God to say, “Go ahead and sin,” because sin hurts us and those around us. Instead, when we live in His love, we keep God's commands (John 14:15). And God doesn't expect us to be able to do this in our own strength; rather, the Holy Spirit empowers us to obey Him. In Matthew 22:36-40, Jesus summarized what following Him looks like in two commandments. The greatest commandment is to love God and follow Him with our lives. The second commandment is to love others as we love ourselves. Jesus calls us to show His love to everyone, even our enemies and those who are different from us (Matthew 5:44). After all, this is how God loves us. While we were God's enemies, He restored us to relationship with Him through Jesus's death and resurrection (Romans 5:10). Because of what Jesus has done, we can live in God's love for us. Our human love fails, and our ideas of love are broken and distorted by sin. But God's unconditional love never fails. Nothing—no sin, no power, no person—can separate us from His love (Romans 8:31-39). • Abby Ciona • Can you think of a time someone showed you genuine love? • How might God be inviting you to receive His love today? And how might He be giving you opportunities to share His love? But God showed his great love for us by sending Christ to die for us while we were still sinners. Romans 5:8 (NLT)

Christian Apologetics Research Ministry
Matt Slick Live 05-18-2022

Christian Apologetics Research Ministry

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 48:00


Open calls, questions, and discussion with Matt Slick LIVE in the studio. Topics include---1- Matt will be in a question-answer discussion on Clubhouse.--2- In John 10, who does the hired hand represent---3- Is Steven Furtick a false teacher---4- What's the best approach to deal with Buddhist monks---5- Are there different streams of Buddhist thought---6- In Matthew 23-27, is the word tomb in reference to someone's spiritual state-

Litwithprayer Podcast
Clearing Your Vision

Litwithprayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 5:19


Clearing Your Vision  (Matthew 7:1-5; Luke 6:41-42)Jesus spoke in many parables using stories and illustrations that even the simplest of people and children could understand. On one occasion Jesus was teaching on a subject that is very fitting for us today even in our culture.How many times are we quick to judge and condemn others? In Matthew and Luke Jesus tells us that we should not judge or condemn others until we have looked at ourselves. He illustrates this point by saying that before we try to remove a speck in someone else's eye, we need to remove the plank that is in our own eye first so we can see clearly. He is saying that we are looking and judging others on small things, but we have much bigger things in our own hearts that could condemn us. Before we criticize others, we need to look at ourselves and remove what is not good, which may be our negative or bad attitude, hatred, jealousy, unkindness, pride, self-righteousness, impatience, and other negative thoughts or behavior. He actually called people hypocrites who didn't judge themselves first. Jesus says to judge not, so that we will not be judged. When we judge others we will be judged the same way. How many times are we more harsh with others but want grace and mercy for ourselves? So does Jesus not want us to use good judgment when dealing with people who may seem dishonest or untrustworthy? God wants us to be wise and use good judgment. We are to look at the fruit of the person. What does this person produce? Do they have love, kindness, patience, and other good qualities? God looks at the heart and many times we look at the outer self. We may look at someone's attractiveness, their social standing, their money, and what appears to be good. We have to rely on the Holy Spirit to help us when it comes to dealing with people. If someone is a bad influence on your life, don't hang around with them. The Bible gives us guidance and tells us to guard our hearts and mind. What about others judging you? People are quick to judge and condemn and sometimes they can be your friends and family. Sometimes that person is you. Have you ever beaten yourself up emotionally or mentally because of mistakes or bad choices and behaviors? We all do, but thanks be to God, He knows your heart and He loves you so much. So whenever you want to criticize or condemn someone, look at yourself first. Clear your vision, so you can help others. If you are criticizing and condemning yourself, know that Jesus came to save and help you, not to condemn you. See yourself the way Jesus sees you, His child, forgiven, righteous through Him and deeply loved and highly favored.Read the rest at https://litwithprayer.substack.com/p/clearing-your-vision?sd=fs

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 18, 2022 ~ Behar

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 18:09


Audio reading: Lev 25:31-37, 1 Sam 22:1-23:9, John 10:1-21, Psalm 115:1-18, Prov 15:18-19 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

City Harvest Church Weekend Sermons
Kong Hee: The Beatitudes

City Harvest Church Weekend Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 64:18


“Beatitude” in latin means to be supremely happy. In Matthew 5, Jesus shares eight Beatitudes, a list of attitudes to adopt that will bring about a deep joy and make life worth living. In this sermon, Pastor Kong takes you through each of the Beatitudes and what they mean. For example, “Blessed are the poor in spirit for theirs is the kingdom of God” tells us to take time and effort to draw close to God. “Blessed are those who mourn, for they will be comforted” teaches us that repentance (mourning for our sins) will bring the comfort of God. “Blessed are the meek for they will inherit the earth” reminds us to develop the inner strength to be gentle and patient—not weak—and grow in the fruit of the Spirit that is self-control. Listen to this message and discover how adopting the Beatitudes will bring about a change in your heart towards God and cause you to experience supreme happiness.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 17, 2022 ~ Behar

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2022 24:57


Audio reading: Lev 25:21-30, 1 Sam 20:1-21:15, John 9:1-41, Psalm 113:1-114:8, Prov 15:15-17 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Incarnation Tallahassee
Childrens Message: Just Ask!!!

Incarnation Tallahassee

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 6:19


In Matthew 7: 7-11, Jesus tells us to ask, seek, and knock. What does He mean? And how do we do this in our day to day lives? Dana Standridge | May 8, 2022

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 16, 2022 ~ Behar

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 26:49


Audio reading: Lev 25:11-20 1 Sam 18:5-19:24 John 8:31-59 Psalm 112:1-10 Prov 15:12-14 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

The Word Before Work
New Series: Half-Truths About Heaven

The Word Before Work

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 5:30


Sign-up for my free 20 day devotional, The Word Before Work Foundations, at http://TWBWFoundations.com--Series: Half-Truths About HeavenDevotional: 1 of 4“The time is fulfilled, and the kingdom of God is at hand; repent and believe in the gospel.” (Mark 1:15)“The kingdom of God” was the dominant theme of Jesus's teachings. But he also preached about “the kingdom of heaven” (Matthew 4:17). Are these two separate ideas? The world's leading New Testament scholar, N.T. Wright says no: “‘God's kingdom' and ‘kingdom of heaven' mean the same thing.” Understanding that detail will be critical as we enter this series unpacking four half-truths about heaven. Here's the first:Half-Truth #1: Heaven is a place we go to in the futureJesus did say that heaven is a place (see John 14:2). And Scripture also makes it clear that heaven is in the future (see Revelation 11:15). But heaven is so much more than a place in the future.In Matthew 10:7-8, Jesus instructed his disciples: “proclaim as you go, saying, ‘The kingdom of heaven is at hand.' Heal the sick, raise the dead, cleanse lepers, cast out demons.”Here, Jesus isn't referring to heaven as a physical place, leading theologian R. Paul Stevens to define the kingdom of heaven as "not a realm [or] territory, but the rule of God as King…essentially the spread of the goodness and shalom of God in the world and in human life." Dallas Willard put it even more succinctly saying heaven is “where what God wants done is done.”OK, so heaven is a place and a state of affairs. And not just in the future, but also in the present. Jesus said, “the kingdom of God is at hand” (Mark 1:15) and “has come near” (Matthew 4:17). All of this helps us to replace our half-truth with this whole-truth:Whole-Truth #1: Heaven is a place and a state of affairs where God rules as king both now and laterN.T. Wright summarized this idea well by saying that “‘Entering the kingdom of heaven' does not mean ‘going to heaven after death', but belonging in the present to the people who steer their earthly course by the standards and purposes of heaven…and who are assured of membership in the age to come.”This means that you can make your place of work more like heaven today. Jesus told us to pray “your kingdom come, your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven” (Matthew 6:10). This morning, I'd encourage you to replace “on earth” with your place of work and begin the work of applying Jesus's descriptions of the kingdom to your workplace today.

Reliable Truth
The Hunger of the Soul

Reliable Truth

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 52:43


What has shaped your ideas about life and about God? Where did you get those ideas and beliefs? Where did you get the perspective that you bring into your life? If God came and spoke to us, I think He would tell us to listen to the words of Jesus. Listen to what He has to say to you, and about where you are in life. "But why should I listen to Him?" you might ask. What does He have to say that's relevant to me and my life? The first reason is that His words are true. In Matthew 24:35 Jesus says, “Heaven and earth will pass away, but My words will never pass away.” Whether you lived a thousand years ago, or whether you live today, Jesus' words will have an everlasting application to your life. A second reason is that one day, our lives will be judged by His words. In John 5:22-23, Jesus says, "For the Father judges no one, but has given all judgment to the Son, that all may honor the Son, just as they honor the Father." That sure gets my attention. And lastly, Jesus warns us in Mark 4:24 to “Consider carefully what you hear...” Our lives are shaped by so many things, by so many influences. What if the influences that have shaped my life turn out to be wrong? What if I've been misguided? I believe that we all need someone who serves as a true compass to lead us to what is true, what is accurate, and what is wise. I contend that Jesus is that compass.

Sermons by Bob Vincent and Others
The Lord's Certificate of Divorce, Part 2

Sermons by Bob Vincent and Others

Play Episode Listen Later May 16, 2022 42:00


As we consider God's giving the northern kingdom of Israel a certificate of divorce in Jeremiah 3-8, we are reminded of several passages of Scripture, the first of which is Deuteronomy 24-1-4.--Then we turn to Deuteronomy 22-13-20, where we discover the importance of a woman's parents being able to prove she was a virgin when she married.--Then we look at the penalties for various sexual sins in Deuteronomy 22-21-29, and from there we look at Exodus 22-16-17, and we are compelled to conclude that women were essentially chattel with very few rights under the Old Testament.--In Matthew 19-8, Jesus explains that these laws were designed for hard-hearted, legalistic people. That is they refracted God's character in dealing with people who often did not know God. --In John 8-7, Jesus demands that a person be without sin in order to cast the stone at the adulterous woman. He alone was without sin, and he freed her in John 8-10-11.--The New Testament radically changes the status of women -Acts 2-17-18- 21-8-9- Galatians 3-27-29-.

New Covenant OPC Sermon Podcast
Matthew 12:30-32 The Unpardonable Sin (May 15, 2022 AM, Rev. Michael Grasso)

New Covenant OPC Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 41:59


In Matthew 12:30-32 Christ explains that there is a sin which God never forgives: blasphemy against the Spirit, a sin which some of the Pharisees had just committed. This is a sin that can be committed in this life. It is a great warning against the dangers of apostasy as this sin is the worst form of apostasy. Do not be hardened, but believe.

Fountain City Church
Gentle & Lowly

Fountain City Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 53:55


In Matthew chapter 11, verses 28-30, Jesus says “Come to me, all you who are weary and burdened, and I will give you rest. Take my yoke upon you and learn from me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For my yoke is easy and my burden is light.” -- Prompting questions & reminders from today's message: 1. What weariness and burdens do I need to give to Jesus this week? 2. Do I have any resistance to receiving God's gentleness and love toward me? 3. What will you have to take off in order to put on compassion and kindness? (Colossians 3:23) 4. Who is God asking you to see and be available to this week?

GVF // Grace Valley Fellowship
The Birdwatcher, the Sower, & the Shema. Luke 8

GVF // Grace Valley Fellowship

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 42:29


Jesus told many stories, but there's one story in particular that He seems to want us to hear first. In Matthew, Mark, & Luke, this story stands as a kind of entryway to the stories of Jesus. You must go through it if you hope to get inside. It's a story about a farmer sowing seeds, about Isaiah speaking to deaf people, and about how hearing has more to do with your heart than your ears.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 15, 2022 ~ Behar

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 15, 2022 25:30


Audio reading: Lev 25:1-10, 1 Sam 17:1-18:4, John 8:21-30, Psalm 111:1-10, Prov 15:11 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 14, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2022 37:16


Audio reading: Lev 24:12-23, 1 Sam 15:1-16:23, John 8:1-20, Psalm 110:1-7, Prov 15:8-10 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com
Excuses For Not Budgeting

MoneyWise on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 25:20


It's easy to come up with excuses, and when it comes to not having a budget, we've probably heard them all. Today on MoneyWise, we'll list some of the top excuses for not having a spending plan and then help you move beyond them! What a lot of non-budgeters don't realize is that most people eventually do get around to living on a budget. The trick is to set up a plan for spending wisely before you're forced to by overwhelming debt. EXCUSES FOR NOT HAVING A BUDGET 1. I stink at math so I can't budget.You don't have to be Albert Einstein to set up a spending plan. The free MoneyWise app not only gives you three different options for setting up a spending plan and it does all the math for you. Getmore information hereor download it wherever you get your apps and search for MoneyWise biblical finance. 2. My job's secure, so I don't have to budget.Okay, we still have a low unemployment rate and workers are in great demand, but doesn't mean your job is bullet proof. People sometimes lose their jobs unexpectedly even in the best of economies. Everyone needs 3 to 6 months living expenses in their emergency fund, and that's just about impossible without a spending plan. 3. I can always fall back on unemployment benefits if I lose my job.Have you checked out unemployment benefits in your state? They're usually just a fraction of your regular income and oh, by the way, they run out. But if you're living on a budget and saving, you can make any income go much further. 4. It won't happen to me.Talk about putting your head in the sand! We live in a fallen world, and bad things happen to people all the time. In Matthew 5 we find, For he makes his sun rise on the evil and on the good, and sends rain on the just and on the unjust. So again, you have to be prepared with a budget and an emergency fund. Now, some folks cringe just hearing the word budget. They say things like, A budget means you can't have any fun. So don't call it a budget. We like spending plan better, anyway. If you stick to one for a few months, you'll see that a budget isn't restrictive. It's actually liberating. You have the same amount of money. You're just deciding ahead of time where it goes. You still get to enjoy life. In face, even more so, because you're not running out of money or going into debt to do it. A spending plan means peace of mind. That Friday night pizza tastes even better when it's in your spending plan. 5. Now, here's an excuse that in many cases is actually true: I'm afraid to set up a spending plan.Those folks don't want to find out how much they've been spending on things they don't really need. But you have to face up to it to enjoy the reward. In John 8, Jesus says, ... you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free. You'll probably be shocked to find out how much you spend on things like groceries and eating out. But that's a good thing because it gives you something to work with. By trimming and planning your meals, you can free up a lot of discretionary income that you can put to better use. 6. Here's another excuse for not budgeting that we hear a lot: I've tried to budget and it didn't work.Well, that shouldn't be a surprise. What life-changing practices work the first time you try them? So try, try again and be encouraged that learning to live on a spending plan truly will change your life for the better. Just brush yourself off and keep trying. 7. I don't need to budget because I've always got money left over each month.Well, that may be true for now, but it's usually temporary. There's something called lifestyle creep. It means the more money you have available, the more you spend. Raises and tax refunds get gobbled up quickly. Then, if you suffer a loss of income, you'll wish you had that money.. If God has blessed you with more than you need right now, that's even more reason to use it wisely. A spending plan will help you be more intentional about your giving. It's all God's money anyway, and we should always use it to give glory to Him. So those are your top excuses for not living on a budget. We hope you're not using any of them. Iff you need help setting up a budget, you can sign up with one of ourvolunteer coaches at MoneyWise.org. On today's program, Rob also answers listener questions: ●Would you have to pay capital gains tax on a property you sell that has been both your primary residence and a rental property? ●How do you set up a special needs trust for a special needs adult child? ●If your spouse passes, would you have to pay taxes on life insurance benefits? ●How can you get ahead financially on a very limited income? Remember, you can call in to ask your questions most days at (800) 525-7000 or email them toQuestions@MoneyWise.org. Also, visit our website atMoneyWise.orgwhere you can connect with a MoneyWise Coach, join the MoneyWise Community, and even download the free MoneyWise app. To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/1085/29

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 13, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2022 32:50


Audio reading: Lev 24:1-11, 1 Sam 14:1-52, John 7:31-53, Psalm 109:1-31 ,Prov 15:5-7 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Food For Your Soul
82) Q&A on James 1:26-27

Food For Your Soul

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 14:00


1- How much of the responsibility for helping the needy is the church's and how much is the responsibility of the individual--2- Why is it so hard to convince my soul to believe certain things in the Bible--3- In Matthew 24, Jesus taught that those who help the -least of these- will go to heaven and those who do not will go to hell. Isn't that salvation by works--4- Aren't there some things that happen to you in life that are so horrible that they will stain your soul regardless of how you respond to them--5- How can the story of Hosea help us avoid worldliness- -6- How can we discern which things in the world must be avoided and which are okay--7- Why does James tell us to bridle our tongue rather than to deal with the issues of the heart that cause the bad speech--8- When James says no man can tame the tongue, is he talking about apart from the Holy Spirit-

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 12, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 24:24


Audio reading: Lev 23:23-44, 1 Sam 12:1-13:23, John 7:1-30, Psalm 108:1-13, Prov 15:4 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 11, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 35:45


Audio reading: Lev 23:1-22, 1 Sam 10:1-11:15, John 6:43-71, Psalm 107:1-43 ,Prov 15:1-3 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Women World Leaders' Podcast
275. Walking in the Word, Choosing Jesus

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2022 16:53


The crowds had gathered - because the show that Jesus offered was exciting! But with the explanation, the crowd began to thin. You, too, have a choice. How will you respond? (John 6:60-71, Matthew 16:13-20, Mark 8:27-30, Luke 9:18-21) ****** Welcome to Walking in the Word, the biblical teaching arm of the Women World Leaders' Podcast. My name is Julie Jenkins, and I'm thrilled that you have joined me for our systematic walk through the Bible. If you are signed up to receive our Voice of Truth magazine, you should have received the 2nd quarter edition this past week! Although I work on the magazine nearly every day, it is always such a sweet surprise to open my mailbox and see it! A Voice of Truth subscription is free within the continental United States…and we also offer a free digital version for those of you who are not in the United States of for those who prefer to read on your digital device. If you don't yet receive the magazine, visit our website at womenworldleaders.com where you can subscribe and download this issue or any back issues. There are so many articles I love in Voice of Truth, but one that is near and dear to my heart is Holy Hush by Deborah Watson. Holy Hush is an allegorical story that actually began in the January 2021 edition of Voice of Truth. There are only 3 more installments of this story of young Rebeka…and let me tell you, it is hitting the good part! If you need to catch up, you can “binge read” the story by downloading each edition of the magazine. Trust me, it will be worth it. And as the managing editor of Voice of Truth, I already know the end of the story…and I can tell you that you won't want to miss it! Well…back to the podcast! On this, our Wednesday edition of the Women World Leaders Podcast, we are currently walking through the gospels chronologically as we ask the Holy Spirit to reveal to us what He wants us to know today. Today we will be looking at John 6:60-71, Matthew 16:13-20, Mark 8:27-30, and Luke 9:18-21. Before we begin, let's pray… Dear Most Holy God…we thank you as always for meeting us where we are. God, we know that you see each of us and you love each of us with a pure love that we can't begin to comprehend. But God…we are here to say that we love you back, and we want to grow and learn from you. Please open our minds and hearts today that we can understand what you have to teach us. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen.   When we left off with our last teaching from the gospels, Jesus taught the difficult to understand truth that He is the Bread of Life – sent from heaven. You may recall that the crowds gathering around Jesus had been growing bigger and bigger – that was primarily because of what Jesus did – He healed the sick and He fed the masses. He drove out demons. But now He has begun to not just do, but to tell who He is – and His revelation, as we will see, begins to drive people away. Suddenly being a follower of Jesus is not just all fun and games, but it requires something. If you are familiar with the Christian faith, you know that what Jesus offers us – life eternal with God – is a FREE gift. That is, it is not something we can earn. But eternal life with God doesn't just float down on us like rain in a storm. To receive our free gift, we are required to choose to receive it. Jesus said He was the Bread of Life – but that bread must be chosen from the world's smorgasbord that is on laid out in front of us. We must choose the Bread of Life and ingest it into our lives in order to reap its benefits. That seems simple. It seems like we would be ridiculous to not accept the stipulation that God requires. Here…you can have this house…but you need to take these keys and unlock the door…oh gosh, no, that's too much work. Here…you can have this car…but you have to get in and drive it. … oh, I don't think so, my foot kind of hurts. HERE is your perfect husband…but you have to show up at the altar. … You know…I have something more important to do today. I think I need to clean my house. Jesus has done all the hard work and He is offering us all the rewards. Jesus came down from heaven to live with us – but we have to listen to His teaching. Jesus gave Himself up that we might live, but we have to choose to believe. Jesus promises to guide and lead and love us – but we have to let Him. We have to choose Jesus as Lord to receive the gift of eternal life. The people had flocked to Jesus, to receive what He had to offer, but when it came to them trusting that He was the bread from heaven, following His teaching, and relying on Him for their very eternity – they were out. John 6:60 begins… 60 Many of his disciples said, “This is very hard to understand. How can anyone accept it?” 61 Jesus was aware that his disciples were complaining, so he said to them, “Does this offend you? 62 Then what will you think if you see the Son of Man ascend to heaven again? 63 The Spirit alone gives eternal life. Human effort accomplishes nothing. And the very words I have spoken to you are spirit and life. 64 But some of you do not believe me.” (For Jesus knew from the beginning which ones didn't believe, and he knew who would betray him.) 65 Then he said, “That is why I said that people can't come to me unless the Father gives them to me.” 66 At this point many of his disciples turned away and deserted him. 67 Then Jesus turned to the Twelve and asked, “Are you also going to leave?” 68 Simon Peter replied, “Lord, to whom would we go? You have the words that give eternal life. 69 We believe, and we know you are the Holy One of God.[a]” Many say that Peter was impetuous – he acted without thought or care. But I would argue that Peter was true to himself. Peter had a heart that was as deep as a well – he loved, he cared, and he strived to do right, but one thing was sure, he was always true to himself. He said what was on his mind and he learned and he grew. Peter answered Jesus' question of whether they were going to leave by saying “Lord, to whom would we go?” Have you ever felt like that? I have had ups and downs in life, like we all have. There are times I've felt so beat up by life that I just drive or walk, simply not knowing what else to do. Without fail, God reminds me that He is there. I think of the words of Psalm 139:7-12, which say… I can never escape from your Spirit!     I can never get away from your presence! 8 If I go up to heaven, you are there;     if I go down to the grave,[a] you are there. 9 If I ride the wings of the morning,     if I dwell by the farthest oceans, 10 even there your hand will guide me,     and your strength will support me. 11 I could ask the darkness to hide me     and the light around me to become night— 12     but even in darkness I cannot hide from you. The truth is, that Jesus' teachings CAN be difficult. His is a free gift, for certain, but it is still a gift we must choose. We must choose to believe that Jesus is Lord, we must put our own selves aside as we surrender to His glory, we must fall with trust into His arms. And if we let the world and the devil's thoughts infiltrate our minds, we will allow those simple choices to morph into what looks like an insurmountable mountain. But it is an illusion! What looks like an insurmountable mountain is really a mirage that, by simply holding Jesus' hand, we can walk right through. In Matthew 16:15, Jesus asks the disciples…  “Who do you say I am?” 16 Simon Peter answered, “You are the Messiah,[b] the Son of the living God.” 17 Jesus replied, “You are blessed, Simon son of John,[c] because my Father in heaven has revealed this to you. You did not learn this from any human being.  God the Father has YOU in His sights – He is waiting to reveal Himself to you. He has something to teach you that no human being could ever teach you. Jesus continued speaking to Peter… 18 Now I say to you that you are Peter (which means ‘rock'),[d] and upon this rock I will build my church, and all the powers of hell[e] will not conquer it. 19 And I will give you the keys of the Kingdom of Heaven. Whatever you forbid[f] on earth will be forbidden in heaven, and whatever you permit[g] on earth will be permitted in heaven.” Jesus continued speaking to Peter…and Peter CHOSE to listen! Jesus called Peter the rock…and gave him a mission to build the church. But Peter had to follow in faith. Jesus offers Himself to each of us. And He offers each of us a mission on earth. And WE have the choice – to turn away, like the crowd, or to listen and obey in faith. Jesus isn't a rainstorm – His blessings don't automatically soak whoever happens to be around. We, even as God's children, have to choose to hold out our hands and catch the raindrops. Jesus drew the crowd in…but when it came their turn hold their hands out to receive the Bread of Life, they turned and walked away. Perhaps they figured that ANY price was too high of a price to pay. Perhaps they were blinded by the mirage of the seemingly insurmountable mountain ahead of them. Or perhaps they just didn't' want to be bothered. Only the twelve stuck around…and Jesus then warns that even one of them, Judas, would betray Jesus…choosing the world and himself over the God who created him, pursued him, and would die in order to spend eternity with him. If you are having trouble choosing God today, ask yourself the question, where else could I possibly go? Who else could ever love you as much as Jesus? Who else has the power to give you eternal life and to lead you, guide you, strengthen you, and protect you today? Who else can bring you unbridled joy? Who else will hold you as you weep and then promises to dry your tears? Who else has a mission for your life and will walk with you through any mountain as you fulfill that mission? Jesus Himself is our gift. But we must choose that gift and give up ourselves to follow Him. Trust me. Every step is worth it! Dear Most Holy God…we cannot run from your presence…and for that we thank you! Thank you for pursuing us to the ends of the earth. And for goodness sake, help us stop running! God, you yearn to hold our hands and walk with us, to guide us, to lead us, giving us your wisdom, protection, strength, and joy. Today we look to you. We trust you. And we give you our lives. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 10, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 24:19


Audio reading: Lev 22:16-33, 1 Sam 8:1-9:27, John 6:22-42, Psalm 106:32-48, Prov 14:34-35 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 9, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 9, 2022 31:09


Audio reading: Lev 22:1-15, 1 Sam 5:1-7:17, John 6:1-21, Psalm 106:13-31, Prov 14:32-33 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

New Covenant OPC Sermon Podcast
Matthew 12:22-29 The Kingdom has Come Upon You (May 08, 2022 AM, Rev. Michael Grasso)

New Covenant OPC Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 43:58


In Matthew 12:22-29 the Pharisees accuse Christ of casting out demons by the prince of demons. They see what is obviously a good work which could only be done by the power of God (cf. John 3:2) and yet choose to say that this was done by Satan. Christ, however, shows that what he has done was done by the power of the Holy Spirit, and therefore the Kingdom of God has come. The Kingdom has come today, but many claim that the things that are evidence of the Kingdom are actually evil. Such is the unbelief of today's world.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 8, 2022 ~ Emor

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 8, 2022 32:00


Audio reading: Lev 21:1-24, 1 Sam 2:22-4:22, John 5:24-47, Psalm 106:1-12, Prov 14:30-31 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 7, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2022 27:29


Audio reading: Lev 20:21-27, 1 Sam1:1-2:21, John 5:1-23, Psalm 1-5:37-45, Prov 14:28-29 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Dr. Danny's Teacher-to-Teacher Podcast
When Jesus says, “Blessed are those who mourn,” how can context help us understand what he meant?

Dr. Danny's Teacher-to-Teacher Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:39


Why?: When Jesus says, "Blessed are those who mourn," how can context help us understand what he meant? What?: In Matthew, chapter 5, verse 4, Jesus says, "Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted." Who is he talking about? Or, even more, what is he talking about? To understand what Jesus meant, you have to put the text in its context. The immediate context is the verses surrounding this one. This teaching appears near the beginning of what is labeled "The Beatitudes." The context of the Beatitudes is the Sermon on the Mount that extends through chapter 7. The Sermon's context is the beginning of Jesus' earthly ministry where the good news is prepared for and then delivered to a lost world. The Gospel of Matthew's context is the beginning of the New Testament, where it picks up the story of the Old Testament after God has been silent for 4 centuries. Now, God, the Son, has come to give the next chapter in the story. The New Testament continues with the spread of the church and ends with a description of the other end of Jesus' ministry. Mark Dever from 9Marks and Capitol Hill Baptist Church labels the message of the New Testament, promises kept following the promises made in the Old Testament. Context is the key to understanding what Jesus meant by "Blessed are those who mourn." in the verse just before, he says, "Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven." The poor in spirit are those who recognize they are in need. In verse 4, they mourn because of sin. In verse 5, they are meek enough to understand that they can do nothing about their sin, but, in verse 6, they hunger and thirst for righteousness. So, to understand the text, put it in its context. The Beatitudes introduce the Sermon on the Mount, which is Jesus' longest teaching on what the righteousness of God looks like. After the Sermon, Jesus lives out the righteousness that no one else can. He has an increasing tension with the Jewish leaders who think they are righteous but are really only self-righteous. That tension builds to the crucifixion where it looks like the Jewish leaders won. Then, on the third day, Jesus is resurrected. His righteousness is shown to be true righteousness and he gives the Great Commission to the church to make disciples of Jesus who share in his righteousness. Context makes all the difference in understanding a single verse. So What?: As a teacher, you need to understand the context of the passage you teach. Then, you need to show your learners what that passage means in its context so that they can understand how the Bible tells a single story of God's saving work throughout history. So What Now?: In interpreting the Bible, will you commit to understanding the context for each passage you teach? How it fits in its immediate surroundings? How it fits in the book, the Testament, and the entire Bible that is God-breathed and profitable for us? Without that context you risk leading others astray and Jesus warns about that just a few verses later.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 6, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 28:47


Audio reading: Lev 20:16-20, Ruth 2:1-4:22, John 4:43-54, Psalm 105:16-36, Prov 14:26-27 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Broadcasts – Christian Working Woman
Annoying Habits of Coworkers – 5

Broadcasts – Christian Working Woman

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 3:00


Do you remember the famous quote from Charlie Brown? “I love mankind; it's people I can't stand.” Well, sometimes life seems that way, doesn't it? As Christians we are to love the world, and we do things to help mankind all over the world. But what about the people, the individuals, you have to work with everyday? They can be a lot more difficult to love. That's because we all have annoying habits that can start to grate on people's nerves, and we've been looking at some of the annoying bad habits of coworkers this week. For example, suppose you work with someone who is always in crisis mode and frequently asks you to “do them a favor” and bail them out. But the reason they're in crisis mode so often is because they procrastinate and put everything off until crunch time. Are you supposed to continue to go the extra mile and “do them a favor,” as they ask? In Matthew 5 Jesus exhorts us to turn the other cheek and go the extra-mile. There's no question that Christians are supposed to do more than they have to do. So, on occasion when your coworker needs an extra pair of hands to get a job done, you should be willing to do that. But I don't believe Jesus intended for us to go extra mile after extra mile. That would lead us to becoming enablers, making it possible for others to shirk their own responsibilities, and that is neither right for us nor for the other person. So, with that crisis-mode coworker, you might say, “I'll help you this time, but in the future, you can avoid this last-minute crunch by . . .” and then explain how it can be avoided, making it clear that you won't be available to help with every crisis they have. Again, these words need to be spoken in love, from an attitude of helpfulness, not annoyance. You know, so often it's the way you say things that makes all the difference, and you could help this person break a bad habit of procrastination by combining a willingness to help with a little softly-given advice. Who knows; they might even listen and learn. Remember, no one is in your life by accident, not even the annoying coworker. And we are called not only to love mankind, but to love the individual who can be annoying! (Please click here if you would like to download the entire devotional for this week.)

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 5, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 24:55


Audio reading: Lev 20:9-15, Judges 21:1-Ruth 1:22, John 4:4-42, Psalm 105:1-15, Prov 14:25 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 4, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 36:23


Audio reading: Lev 20:1-8, Judges 19:1-20:48, John 3:22-4:3, Psalm 104:24-35, Prov 14:22-24 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 2, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 40:49


Audio reading: Lev 19:10-20, Judges 15:1-16:31, John 2:1-25, Psalm 103:1-22, Prov 14:17-19 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 3, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 2, 2022 29:50


Audio reading: Lev 19:21-37, Judges 17:1-18:31, John 3:1-21, Psalm 104:1-23, Prov 14:20-21 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

New Covenant OPC Sermon Podcast
Matthew 12:15-21 Christ, the Servant of the Lord (May 01, 2022 AM, Rev. Michael Grasso)

New Covenant OPC Sermon Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 37:20


In Matthew 12:15-21 Matthew shows that Jesus healing many shows that he is the one who fulfills Isaiah 42:1-4, the first Servant Song speaking about the coming Messiah. Christ is the chosen one of God, loved by him, filled with the Spirit, who brings salvation to the Gentiles. He is the humble savior, mighty enough to defeat all enemies and gentle enough to care for those who are weak.

Faith Church Kansas - Audio Podcast
King Jesus Gospel // Episode 5

Faith Church Kansas - Audio Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022


There were always people around Jesus. In Matthew 5, we see a distinction between the crowd and disciples. We have an invitation to be a disciple, to learn the Way of Jesus.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ May 1, 2022 ~ Kedoshim

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 20:53


Audio reading: Lev 19:1-9, Judges 13:1-14:20, John 1:29-51, Psalm 102:1-28, Prov 14:25-16 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Great Rock Church
Really Seeing Jesus - Pastor Jin

Great Rock Church

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 53:17


Do you want your heart transformed? In Matthew 17, we read about Jesus being changed before three of His disciples, revealing His divine glory. How did it affect them to see this metamorphosis? And how does it affect us when we catch a glimpse of Jesus in His glory in our hearts? Pastor Jin enlightens us on what happens when we really see Jesus.

Atlanta Westside Presbyterian Church

In Matthew 23, Jesus is going to teach us how grace and accountability go hand in hand. How inward righteousness is more important than visual obedience; internal faith is closely followed by external action. In other words, the kingdom of God requires all of its members to be servant leaders just like their king. Here is the bookends message - God's kingdom is not a community to be defined by power.

Reach Church (Everett, WA)
Murder Begins in the Heart

Reach Church (Everett, WA)

Play Episode Listen Later May 1, 2022 51:13


This week, we begin a new series “You Have Heard…”, looking at 6 instances where Jesus uses the phrase: “You have heard it said…but I tell you…”Jesus frequently challenges his audience's understanding of Scripture when he says this. It doesn't mean he is contradicting Scripture, it's that he's bringing clarity to what the people have misunderstood about it. Secondly, his audience often limited Old Testament commandments to external actions, not inward righteousness. Jesus reveals the true intention of the law - God does not look just on the outside of the man, but at the heart. In Matthew 5, Jesus uses this phrase “You have heard it said” for the first time, and he begins by addressing the topic of murder. The question becomes, “Can I be considered a good person if I'm not a murderer?”

Think About It
WATCH THIS If You're REALLY Looking For The Rapture

Think About It

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 9:24


✅ $150 OFF their best-selling 3-Month Emergency Food Kit when you go to my special web site http://www.preparewiththinkaboutit.com​

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Apr 30, 2022 ~ Acharei Mot

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 30, 2022 29:46


Audio reading: Lev 24:1-11, Judges 11:1-12:15, John 1:1-28, Psalm 101:1-8, Prov 14:13-14 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Apr 29, 2022 ~ Acharei Mot

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 33:09


Audio reading: Lev 23:23-44, Judges 9:22-10:18, Luke 24:13-53, Psalm 100:1-5 Prov 14:11-12 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Lifespring! Family Audio Bible
Hosea 8-14: Boundless Love

Lifespring! Family Audio Bible

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 29, 2022 23:43


Transcript Podcast Introduction Our reading today Hosea 8-14. After the reading, I'll have some comments for you. I'm calling today's episode “Boundless Love.”  Comments on In Matthew 22, Jesus was asked by a Pharisee what the greatest commandment is. His response was, “Love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul,... The post Hosea 8-14: Boundless Love first appeared on Lifespring! Media.

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Apr 28, 2022 ~ Acharei Mot

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2022 37:29


Audio reading: Lev 23:1-22, Judges 8:18-9:21, Luke 23:44-24:12, Psalm 99:1-9, Prov 14:9-10 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Apr 27, 2022 ~ Acharei Mot

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 26:24


Audio reading: Lev 22:16-33, Judges 7:1-8:17, Luke 23:13-43, Psalm 97:1-98:9, Prov 14:7-8 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

Bridge Connector Ministries
Daily Audio Torah ~ Apr 26, 2022 ~ Acharei Mot

Bridge Connector Ministries

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 26, 2022 29:13


Audio reading: Lev 22:1-15, Judges 6:1-40, Luke 22:54-23:12, Psalm 95:1-96:13, Prov 14:5-6 I invite you in to Jacob's tent where we dive in to the Word of God. Join me in this Journey through the entire bible in one year focusing on the biblical calendar, the feasts and the Torah reading cycle. In Matthew 4:4, Yeshua said these words: “Man shall not live by bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God.” Taking in the word of God every day is LIFE to our spirit and health to our bones! Visit us at our website: https//www.dailyaudiotorah.com

In the Market with Janet Parshall

In Matthew 24, Jesus gave His disciples a profound, detailed description of what would happen during the end times. As we strive to "keep watch," how will modern-day believers know when His return is drawing near? Our guest will identify 12 global trends that are even now setting the stage for Christ's second coming. Join us for a timely and important conversation.