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Jesus Stories
2-04 – “You’ve Heard It Said, But I Say….”

Jesus Stories

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 19:07


What Happens in this Episode Jesus moves from blessings to woes for those not seeking and submitting to Jehovah God Jesus' followers are salt and light – influencing the world in both subtle and startling ways Jesus looks at the law – the teachings that have been passed down for generations – and compares it with the teachings of the religious leaders of the day Scriptures Used in Today's Episode Luke 6:24-26 Matthew 5:13-28 2 Corinthians 3:18. See also Ephesians 5:6-7 and Philippians 2:15 Do you have a Jesus Story to share? I'm collecting current day Jesus Stories for the third season of the Jesus Stories Podcast. If you've got a Jesus Story from you life, I'd love to hear from you. You can tell the story through an interview, or I'll tell you story for you. And, you may remain anonymous, if needed. Contact me via the website, JesusStories.info. Follow Jesus Stories on Facebook, Instagram, and/or Twitter. Unless otherwise indicated, all Scripture quotations are taken from the Holy Bible, New Living Translation, copyright © 1996, 2004, 2015 by Tyndale House Foundation. Used by permission of Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., Carol Stream, Illinois 60188. All rights reserved.

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 14th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 12:03


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 14th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2022 19:43


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading:  Job 41-42; 2 Corinthians 1-2

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 13th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 19:32


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 13th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2022 13:10


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com 

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 12th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 12, 2022 18:54


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 11 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 4:03


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 12th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 14:02


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 11th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 16:32


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 11th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 11, 2022 12:24


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 10th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 21:20


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 10th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 12:19


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com 

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 9 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 4:31


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 10 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 10, 2022 4:18


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Women World Leaders' Podcast
353. Walking in the Word, Jesus Visits Martha and Mary

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 18:27


Oh, Martha and Mary! The sisters who both love Jesus but react so differently to His presence! Who is right? Are either of them “wrong”? Let's discover together what we can learn as we study Luke 10:38-42.  ***** Welcome to Walking in the Word, the biblical teaching arm of the Women World Leaders podcast. My name is Julie Jenkins, and I am honored to walk with you as we open the Bible together and ask God to show us His heart. If you are new to Women World Leaders, I want to offer you a special welcome. We are a ministry that strives to help others walk in their God-given purpose. As the ministry has grown, one of the things God has led us to is helping women become authors by helping them write and publish their God-stories. The resulting books shine the spotlight on Jesus so others can look to Him as they go through life. To date, each of our books has become a best-seller – people just can't get enough of God. And rightly so! This year, along with working with women, we have been blessed to partner with United Men of Honor to publish a book of God-stories written by men. The book—United Men of Honor: Overcoming Adversity Through Faith—was recently released and also became an #1 Amazon best-seller. I'm telling you, this book is amazing. I would encourage you to visit womenworldleaders.com to purchase a copy for the man in your life…but you may want to actually purchase two…because you will want one for yourself! While you are on the website, make sure to check out our teachings and devotions and sign up to attend our monthly leadership connection on Zoom. On this, the Wednesday editon of the Women World Leaders' podcast, we are currently walking through the gospels of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John as we examine the life of Jesus. Today's teaching is from Luke, chapter 10, verses 38-42. Before we dive into scripture, let's pray… Dear Most Holy and ever-present God,  we thank you for guiding us through this lesson today. God, the scripture we are studying today is short, but it is SO packed with meaning. God, I pray that you guide my words. You know what we each need to hear from you today, and I ask that you use this time to speak to us. Guide each of our thoughts as we listen. Help us to hear YOUR heart, YOUR instruction, YOUR wisdom. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen. Today's scripture is just 5 verses, but as I prayed, it is chock full of lessons for us. Luke has grouped this teaching with two other teachings, which we have already studied. Luke 10, verses 1-24 give the lesson that, as Christians, we are to be ambassadors of and for Christ. In these verses, Luke tells of Jesus sending out the 72 messengers, and then he tells of their return – and that the ambassadors are filled with joy because they saw how God faithfully worked through them on their mission. Then, in Luke 10, verses 25-37, we learn the importance of being a good neighbor through the story of the good Samaritan. So we've seen the importance, as Christ-followers, of being an ambassador for Christ and of being a good neighbor – the importance of working for the Kingdom. With that in mind, let's step forward into Luke 10:38-42 to see what our third lesson is. The New Living Translation states… 38 As Jesus and the disciples continued on their way to Jerusalem, they came to a certain village where a woman named Martha welcomed him into her home. 39 Her sister, Mary, sat at the Lord's feet, listening to what he taught. 40 But Martha was distracted by the big dinner she was preparing. She came to Jesus and said, “Lord, doesn't it seem unfair to you that my sister just sits here while I do all the work? Tell her to come and help me.” 41 But the Lord said to her, “My dear Martha, you are worried and upset over all these details! 42 There is only one thing worth being concerned about. Mary has discovered it, and it will not be taken away from her.” Jesus and His disciples are on their way to Jerusalem, and they come to Bethany, just a few miles east of the city, where three siblings, Martha, Mary, and Lazarus, live. Jesus was good friends with this family and often stayed with them. It seems that they were known for their hospitality. And I don't know if the house was very crowded or extremely large, but let's get the picture that there were at least 16 people there. If you have ever hosted Thanksgiving and Christmas for your family, you know how much work it is to feed a large group. When my family gets together, we do it potluck style – everyone is responsible for bringing one or two items. This helps alleviate the burden on the host and hostess, for sure. But in this case, and in this culture, Martha, as the homeowner and hostess, was responsible for doing all the food preparation. And Jesus was a very important guest. Later, scripture clearly tells us that Martha knew exactly who Jesus was, the Messiah, so of course she was going to go all out to serve Him and His disciples. Not only was there food to prepare, there were also beds to be made up, water to be brought in, and lamps to fill with oil. There is no doubt that Martha had been working for days before Jesus' arrival. And, we are told, she welcomed Jesus and His disciples into her home. She was pleased they were there, ready to enjoy their presence. But before she could rest, she needed to make sure that the food for the next meal was prepared. Martha had obviously hoped that her sister, Mary, would help her. Culturally, this WAS the woman's job…and we can guess that Mary DID help, but when it came to putting on the finishing touches, Mary went and sat at the feet of Jesus, leaving the remainder of the work to Martha. Let's focus on Mary for a moment. Sitting at the feet of a rabbi, soaking in the learning, was an honorable and esteemed place to be. And culturally, it was meant as a place for men. Women and girls were not allowed to receive any type of formal education. Society was quite segregated between men and women. Women were responsible for birthing babies, raising children, and preparing food. And that is where they gained their honor. But Mary stopped her work to sit at the feet of her beloved Jesus. And Jesus welcomed her. One of the biggest takeaways of this passage is that Jesus' teachings are not intended for a select group—all are welcome to sit at Jesus' feet. Today we don't have the literal feet of Jesus to sit at, but we do have individual and corporate Bible study, prayer, church offerings, Bible schools and seminaries, and, most importantly, the voice of the Holy Spirit. Jesus welcomes everyone to come and sit at His feet in whatever way His feet are available to them. He wants us all to come and learn and enjoy a relationship with Him. A second takeaway is that we are all different. God doesn't judge us according to our abilities and gifts, so we shouldn't judge each other either. Martha got frustrated with Mary because she wasn't helping her. But Mary was exactly where Jesus wanted her to be. We are all given different gifts and talents to be used in the body of Christ. Some indeed have the gift of hospitality and service, others lean more toward teaching and preaching. The gift you receive is up to God. And God doesn't make mistakes. Mary and Martha were different. Martha thrived on being a hospitable hostess. Mary had a bent for learning. Both were giftings from God – and both were good. Besides the lessons that Jesus' teachings are for all of us, and that we are not to judge others' gifts and abilities, we also learn that even good work can be distracting. We are all called to do and go for Christ – that simply can't be denied. There IS much work to be done, including sharing the gospel across the world AND with our neighbors, as Luke has taught us, but we must always be on guard against elevating the work we are called to ABOVE spending time with Jesus. What Martha was doing was important. She was serving Jesus!! What an amazing honor to prepare a meal for our Lord! It is no wonder that she wanted everything to be just right. But getting it all just right, in this instance, consumed her. We see that because frustration arose within her when Mary went and sat at Jesus' feet – leaving Martha with the work. When we are serving Christ in answer to His call and find ourselves frustrated with the way others on our team are serving, our hearts are no longer in the right place. So what do we do? Martha went to Jesus – which WAS the RIGHT thing to do! She said “Lord, doesn't it seem unfair to you that my sister just sits here while I do all the work?” If Martha would have stopped right there and listened for a response from Jesus, she would have been golden. I imagine Jesus would have said, “Martha, why don't you come and sit down, too. We can have dinner later.” And what a different ending THAT would have been! But after Martha went to Jesus with her frustration, she didn't pause to let Jesus speak. Instead, she told Jesus what to do, saying…”Tell her to come and help me.” When our work for the Lord leads us into territory that is frought with frustration, we should absolutely take our concerns to Him, but we should approach Him with an open, teachable heart that is ready to pause and listen to His instructions. We CAN trust that God has everything in His control. The work WILL get done. The dinner, literally or figuratively, WILL be a success—if we respond in obedience with each step. Even work done FOR Jesus can distract us from spending time WITH Jesus.   Jesus does respond, because Martha takes a breath, “My dear Martha, you are worried and upset over all these details! 42 There is only one thing worth being concerned about. Mary has discovered it, and it will not be taken away from her.” The primary takeaway from this scriputre is that despite the work we are called to, our relationship with the Lord should always be our primary focus. Martha was busy doing, and she became frustrated. Still, when she went to Jesus, He kindly and graciously pulled her into a deeper relationship with Him. When we go to Jesus, He will always pull us into a deeper relationship with Him, and no one can take that from us. Jesus will never stop trying to reach us. He reached Mary where she was, and He reached Martha where she was. And if you pause and listen, He will meet you, wherever you are. The Christian life requires balance. It requires us to go, be ambassadors for Christ and care for our neighbors—sometimes cooking a meal for many, but it also begs us to pause and allow the Lord to speak to our hearts. Jesus' teachings ARE intended for YOU – whether you are a man or woman, a pastor or a prostitute. Jesus' wants YOU to sit at HIS feet. Jesus gifting for each of us is different; therefore, the best we can do is do what WE are called to and not judge others. Jesus doesn't EVER want our work FOR Him to distract us from our relationship WITH Him. But most of all, Jesus wants us to pause and listen to Him, trusting He will ALWAYS be there to graciously lead and guide us. As Christians, nothing can take that away from us. It is clear from this passage just how much Jesus LOVED Martha and Mary. His patient care is almost palpable. I can just envision the kindness in His eyes that entranced Mary and melted Martha's frustrations. I'm sure glad Martha took a breath long enough to let Jesus speak. I pray that you and I will do the same today. Let's pray… Dear Jesus…how kind you are. Your kindness is beyond what we can fathom. We just seem to get off course sometimes, intent on going and doing. Let us each rest in your kind presence today. Help us hear your melodious voice and see your eyes running deep with peace and love. Thank you for always pursuing us and loving us. We give you today and thank you for giving us eternity. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen.  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 9th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 11:42


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 9th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2022 19:09


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 8th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 11:22


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 8 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 4:56


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible -November 8th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 8, 2022 19:37


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 7 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 4:03


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Moments to Ponder
Episode 58: A Guest (1 Peter 2:11-25)

Moments to Ponder

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 16:33


Peter begins to share with the young church HOW to live for Christ, as Christians, in a world that is hostile to them.  He begins with the fact that we are guests in this world.  Join me as we ponder what that means for us today.Scripture from The New Living Translation and The MessageMusic from Musicbed by Steven GutheinzTo read my blog, find out more about me, or to book a speaking engagement, head to https://betsymarvin.com/For access to past podcasts and transcripts, head tohttps://betsymarvin.com/podcasts/You can follow me on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/betsyjmarvin/and Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/betsy.marvin.98

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 7th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 19:22


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 7th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 7, 2022 9:51


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 6 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 4:08


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 6th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 17:15


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 6th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2022 13:29


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 5th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 11:06


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 5th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 19:57


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 5 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 5, 2022 4:03


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 4 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 4:03


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 4th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 14:53


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 4th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2022 18:29


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 3rd, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 21:18


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 3 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 4:03


Journey through the entire Bible in a year in our main podcast, Daily Radio Bible @ http://www.dailyradiobible.com We are reading through the New Living Translation email me at hunter@dailyradiobible.com  Mail us at PO Box 227 Seaside, OR 97138 Text the word "Give" to 503-694-3738 to partner with the DRB.   Gift to the DRB Proverbs HERE!    

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 3rd, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2022 12:56


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 2nd, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 21:25


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast  

Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 2nd, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 14:16


Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by gifting us HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Music by David Nevue, find out more at http://www.davidnevue.com   

The Burt (Not Ernie) Show
The Promises of Prayer in Colossians 1 ~ Episode 125

The Burt (Not Ernie) Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 44:10


Praying Colossians 1 freebie   Well hey there, hello to ya today. So thankful you are listening to the show today. We're talking about prayer, which is a hugely important aspect of the Christian life and is incredibly needed in this era in which we find ourselves living. And there is tremendous promise in prayer. The Bible has so much to say about prayer, it's hard to overemphasize how much hope we have when we stand in prayer.   Paul, in his epistle, Colossians chapter one, that's our text for today. I'm going to read from the NLT and then I am going to pray this passage for you. And in the show notes for this episode I'm going to attach a link for a pdf you can download that has the prayer I'll be sharing on the episode, so you can access it on your phone or print it out and keep it with your Bible study items, use it in any way that would be a blessing to you and the people that you are praying for. I'll put that link at the very top of the show notes so that it will be easy to access no matter what app or podcast player you use to listen to podcasts. I'm really honored to be able to pray for you today, and for the 125th episode of The Burt (Not Ernie) Show, this seemed like a super fitting topic to focus on. Let's jump into this passage.   You're listening to The Burt (Not Ernie) Show, part of the Spark Network, now playing in the Edifi app. This is episode number 125.    So as I look at Colossians chapter one, I am going to read aloud verses three through fourteen, and I'm a quick reader so don't get too worried that it's gonna take me a long while to read this. I want to read it and then pray it. So as I read, would you listen closely, with some intentionality, and think about who you can pray these verses for? Who might God want you to stand in prayer for today?    We want to be disciples who in turn make disciples. A key aspect of the Great Commission, right? Prayer is one excellent way to focus on discipleship. Because you and I, we will grow in our walk with the Lord as we pray for others. And those others for whom we are praying are also going to grow in their life. It is actually a WIN-WIN. And we want as many wins as possible, especially when it feels like life kind of kicks us around a bit, knocks us down. Let's get some wins, you know what I mean. Right here, this is a big WIN-WIN for us.    I'm reading from the New Living Translation. Colossians 1:3-14   3 We always pray for you, and we give thanks to God, the Father of our Lord Jesus Christ. 4 For we have heard of your faith in Christ Jesus and your love for all of God's people, 5 which come from your confident hope of what God has reserved for you in heaven. You have had this expectation ever since you first heard the truth of the Good News. 6 This same Good News that came to you is going out all over the world. It is bearing fruit everywhere by changing lives, just as it changed your lives from the day you first heard and understood the truth about God's wonderful grace. 7 You learned about the Good News from Epaphras, our beloved co-worker. He is Christ's faithful servant, and he is helping us on your behalf.[b] 8 He has told us about the love for others that the Holy Spirit has given you. 9 So we have not stopped praying for you since we first heard about you. We ask God to give you complete knowledge of his will and to give you spiritual wisdom and understanding. 10 Then the way you live will always honor and please the Lord, and your lives will produce every kind of good fruit. All the while, you will grow as you learn to know God better and better. 11 We also pray that you will be strengthened with all his glorious power so you will have all the endurance and patience you need. May you be filled with joy,[c] 12 always thanking the Father. He has enabled you to share in the inheritance that belongs to his people, who live in the light. 13 For he has rescued us from the kingdom of darkness and transferred us into the Kingdom of his dear Son, 14 who purchased our freedom[d] and forgave our sins.   Okay, this is quite a passage. Really so much here for us to believe God for in prayer.   Paul saying that they always pray for the recipients of this letter, can you even imagine what comfort that brought them? You know, when we pray for others, in a committed kind of way in particular, it really has an impact on them. It shores them up, it can steady them where they may not quite be feeling their sea legs ya know, kind of shaky and quaky. It is so good to know that we are not alone and somebody who loves Jesus is praying for us on the regular. It's a really big deal, and my personal desire is honestly that we all have somebody or several somebodies who pray for us. It's part of being in the body of Christ, and I really would love to see us get all sorts of fired up about praying for one another. What might change if we really leaned into that? Uh, yeah I actually think everything could change.   And when you pray for others, give thanks to the Lord as you pray. Like, the ability to pray and have our prayers heard by God is huge, so thank Him. And thank Him for your church body, thank Him for your praying friends and family, thank Him for all the things really. I could go on and on about what we should be thankful for.    Verse 4 - Paul is thankful for their faith in Jesus and their love for God's people. Can the same be said of us? Does anybody see evidence of my faith in Jesus? Is it apparent that I love God's people? I hope so. And does my love and my faith stem from my confident hope of what is coming for me in the future. Confident. Key word in this passage. Confident hope does not sound like, “Gee I sure hope so.” In Revelation, in His letters to the churches, Jesus said they'd forgotten their first love. When we remember what it was like when we first really got it, what this relationship with Jesus was really all about, man what a moment. Did we have an expectation of what would come in the next life back then? Yes indeed. That can still be our expectation and the source of our hope. God has things reserved for us in heaven. Isn't that exciting? Hang on to that first love. Jesus is always, always worth it, my friend.   Let's also pray that the Good News will continue to spread around the world. I have a shirt that says “Make Heaven Crowded” and I'll be honest, I have some shirts that remind me to pray (and a lock screen for my phone that I created to remind me to pray), a hoodie that reminds me that making disciples and being a good disciple myself, those things matter. I have a shirt to remind me that Esther 4:14 is true, and one to remind me that the work I do in my writing and podcasting, it needs to be handled with care, if you will. Like not flippant, but really focused and prayed up as I do the things I do. Make heaven crowded - three words that might be kind of cheesy in the way that only Christian tshirts can at times be cheesy. But it's important to me. I wear that shirt when I'm writing, when I'm recording audio content like this podcast. It's for me, to remind me of something really important. People matter. And where they spend eternity, that matters to Jesus and so it should matter to me.    Now I also have a shirt that mentions it being too people-y outside and a sweatshirt that says homebody. I'm telling you, if you know you know. I love people, but the way God made me, I don't refuel or recharge with all the peoples. I need to have time alone, and you know what, that's the time I use to write, to craft out podcast content, to work on things for my next prayer retreat in my private Facebook group. To pray for dozens of people (and I have a prayer list with dozens of names on it) If God had not wired me to be okay, to even be in my sweet spot, without loads of people around me all the time, I don't know that I could get done the things I do. So, how God wired you is part of how He will accomplish the good works He planned for you to be doing. Don't get annoyed by the gift (cuz sometimes that's a shady way of being annoyed at the gift giver). Pray and ask how this gifting fits in with how He made you and His good works that He prepared in advance for you to do. It's really that simple. I used to think I was a really cruddy Christian because I got worn out by too much people-y stuff. Now, I understand it so much better because I prayed about it and the Lord showed me some stuff. He'll show us some stuff if we pray and talk to Him about whatever it is we need to talk about.   This Good News about Jesus is bearing fruit everywhere and it is doing that by changing lives. Look, I've said it before and this here today won't be the last time I say this. The Word of God is life changing. God is in the life changing business. So, why are we so surprised when a life is changed by the Lord? Why should that surprise us? It's His way, so we should expect to see lives changed all the time. And hey, why shouldn't one of those lives be your life? You cannot possibly give me a good reason why not you. Why not you? Let God change your life and let your changed life bear fruit.    In verse 7 Paul mentions the person who told them the Good News. We are coworkers with every other Chrsitian who is sharing the Good News of Jesus. It's not a contest or a competition. We're working toward the same goal. Be a faithful servant of Jesus, yourself personally, and pray for others to be the same. And then, don't let competition get in there. God's got a crown for you and He's got a crown for them. No need to compete because what are you competing for? You can't obtain their crown and they can't somehow work really really hard and get your crown in place of their own. Let's pray for one another, and for the Kingdom to advance and take more and more ground. And let's show that the Holy Spirit really has given us love for one another.   Now, verse 9 on have very clear and specific ways we can pray for one another. First, don't stop praying. Be committed in your prayer life. Take it seriously. You know, when Jesus prayed to the Father, He took it seriously. And we don't always do that. So pray, don't stop praying and take it seriously.  Next, ask God to give the people you are praying for complete knowledge of His will and to give them spiritual wisdom and understanding. Ask the Lord to enable them to live in a way that always honors and pleases God, and for their lives to produce every kind of good fruit (feel free to study the fruit of the Spirit and to ask for those exact things in the lives of the people for whom you pray). And the last part of verse 10 reminds us to pray for people to grow as they learn to know God better and better. To grow, so this is showing us what growth as a Christian looks like, what maturity looks like. It shows itself as knowing God better and better. And it says to learn to know God better and better. Do you know Him better now than last year at this time? If you don't, you may need to LEARN to know Him better. Sit at His feet in prayer, read your Bible and pray and ask Him to teach you (learning means being taught, right?) teach you to know Him better. Take time to listen, to be quiet in His presence, to write down what you are learning, because writing it down will cement it more in your heart and mind. Note takers are world changers. There's so much truth behind that saying. Learn to know Him better. It's not enough, my friends, to go to church two Sundays a month and that's all the time you have for Jesus. That is not learning how to know Him better. Get serious about prayer, get serious about reading your Bible, get serious about heeding the conviction and leading of the Lord, get serious about the things the Bible says to get serious about.   Verse 11 - pray that they (those for whom you're praying) will be strengthened with all God's glorious power so they will have all the patience and endurance they need. Ask God to fill them with joy, and to give them a heart of thankfulness that always thanks the Father. Sometimes we are thanking Him in all things, but maybe not for all things. And I also gotta say, while it was not true at first like the first year or two dealing with serious heart problems, but for sure the last couple of years I can honestly say I have gone from thanking God in this situation to thanking Him for it. One result of perpetual thankfulness is that it spreads, and it's a good kind of spreading. I want to be contagious with things that actually matter. A bad attitude, a complaining spirit, is so contagious. So is gratitude and thankfulness. Pray that those people on your prayer list will be thankful. Ask God to enable them to share in the inheritance that only belongs to His people. For them to really, really know Jesus personally and to have the assurance of eternity with the Lord and not separated from Him. That's the only way to obtain our inheritance, so when pray for them to share in this inheritance, we are seeking God to call out to them, to draw them with cords of lovingkindness, for their salvation. We want those people for whom we pray to live in the light. Jesus is the Light of the world, so let's pray for people to live in the light and not to walk in any kind of darkness.  And be sure to praise Him for the work He has done in your life when He rescued you from the kingdom of darkness and transferred you into the Kingdom of His dear Son. Praise Him for purchasing our freedom and forgiving our sins.    Now that is how I pray Colossians chapter one for those on my prayer list. And to kind of make this grab-able (that's not a word but for today, let's pretend it is) I made a pdf you can download and the link is at the very top of the show notes and also down at the bottom with my other links, like to my private prayer group where we are going to begin a new weekly time of prayer and teaching about prayer so you can join that, it will go into mid December and then again in the new year, probably all of January and all of February. And also a link to my book A 60-Day Prayer Journal for Parents on Amazon.    Let me pray now for you based on what I put together in the pdf you can grab at the link. As I pray, just let the Lord comfort you and kind of lean in and choose to believe that He will answer this prayer on your behalf. He's got blessings and favor and goodness for you and I hope, I really mean this from the bottom of my heart, I hope that no matter where you are in life right now that you can lean in and believe Him for these blessings. Trust again. Love the Lord anew today. Hope in Him and receive whatever it is that He wants to give.    Colossians 1 Prayer PDF Prayer Retreat Group on Facebook Prayer Journal for Parents on Amazon 

Women World Leaders' Podcast
350. Walking in the Word, The Good Samaritan

Women World Leaders' Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 20:15


The man asked, “If I am to love my neighbor, who is my neighbor?” Jesus' answer was not just for the one who asked; His answer is for each of us. As you listen to Julie Jenkins' teaching on the Good Samaritan, will you take to heart God's words of wisdom for you? (Luke 10:25-37) ***** Welcome to Walking in the Word, the biblical teaching arm of the Women World Leaders podcast. I'm your host, Julie Jenkins. If this is your first time listening, welcome! We have three different podcast offerings for you each week, so make sure you check out each one every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. You have happened on Walking in the Word, where we take a few minutes each Wednesday to open our Bibles together and study God's Word. I grew up knowing Jesus, but for a long time I thought the Bible was meant for others. It was an honor in our church to stand up and read scripture, and my dad read to us from the Bible on special occasions, so I always assumed that you had to be credentialed to even open the sacred book. I'm not sure when my attitude changed, but when I became an adult and was feeling far from God, a friend suggested I read the Bible. My response was, I don't know how to read the Bible. In retrospect, that seems like a silly statement for someone who graduated from college with honors in the field of communications. I didn't see the irony. But per my friend's suggestion, I joined a Bible study, and I quickly questioned how I had ever gotten through life WITHOUT reading the Bible! The Bible is our guide for life, and it is meant for everyone! No matter where you are on your walk with Jesus, I encourage you to simply open the Bible and read it! If you are new to reading and studying the Word, a great place to begin are the gospels, specifically the book of John, which was written to tell of who Jesus is – the foundation of our Christian faith. On this study, we are currently walking through the gospels chronologically, combining the teachings of Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John in order to get a more complete picture of Jesus' life on earth. I'm glad you've joined us! Before we begin, let's pray. Dear Most Holy God, We are intentionally taking time to pause our busy lives to spend time in your Word. Thank you for always being present and available. We confess that we do not recognize your presence nearly as much as we should, nor do we acknowledge what a miraculous gift you are to us. Please forgive us for our shortsightedness. Holy Spirit, we ask that you be with us as we read and study your Word today. Help us put everything else aside and cleanse our minds so we may focus solely on you. Allow our hearts to be opened so we may clearly hear your instruction and wisdom for each of us today. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen. If you have your Bibles, open with me to Luke chapter 10. Our reading today is Luke 10:25-37. Allow me to begin reading from the New Living Translation… 25 One day an expert in religious law stood up to test Jesus by asking him this question: “Teacher, what should I do to inherit eternal life?” 26 Jesus replied, “What does the law of Moses say? How do you read it?” 27 The man answered, “‘You must love the Lord your God with all your heart, all your soul, all your strength, and all your mind.' And, ‘Love your neighbor as yourself.'”[a] 28 “Right!” Jesus told him. “Do this and you will live!” Over the course of our study, we have seen many come to Jesus seeking answers. We've also seen many come to Jesus seeking to trip him up. Whether this man had an open heart to learn is not ours to judge. The fact is that the man was an expert in religious law, and the question he asked COULD have been meant as a trap. Jesus had told his followers that He would lead them to eternal life, but the Scripture available at the time, remember, stated that perfectly adhering to the Old Testament law would lead to eternal life. Instead of going on the defensive, Jesus met the man where he was by first asking what he knew. Oh how I love Jesus! He will always meet us where we are – without judgment! Sometimes His questions to us are difficult, and often, they make us think. In fact, if you have a truly open conversation with God, I guarantee you will walk away thinking – and you may walk away with even more questions than answers. It is often in contemplating the answers and meanings in the presence of the Holy Spirit that God grows us into His image over time. Sometimes, our growth is an arduous process, but it is always worth it! So the man asked… “Teacher, what should I do to inherit eternal life?” And Jesus responded…“What does the law of Moses say? How do you read it?” The man responded with part of the Shema, from Deueteronomy 6:5 – which the Jews recited daily. He knew the words by heart. He was to love the Lord God with all his heart, soul, strength, and mind. And, ‘Love his neighbor as himself.'” Where many scholars believe the man was trying to trip up Jesus was that he was showcasing that the law said nothing about following Jesus leading to eternal life. But, using scripture to interpret scripture, we understand that when you love God with your whole heart, soul, strength, and mind – the Holy Spirit will ensure that you will hear and have the opportunity to follow Jesus. So, as we've often seen, Jesus stepped over the intended stumbling stone with grace, agreeing with the man, saying …“Right!... Do this and you will live!” But though the man knew and could recite the words by heart, he had not allowed the words to infiltrate his heart. I wonder how many of us can relate? Actually, I don't wonder at all – because if we are honest – there are times that we ALL can relate. I myself have completed Bible studies just to complete them. Saying, “I made a commitment, and I'm going to push through.” I'm also ashamed to say that there are times when praying becomes an exercise for me rather than a true conversation with God. We must always fight against allowing a habit to become habitual and a commitment to God from becoming common. Stay true to your godly habits and commitments, but each day, ask God to open your heart and mind to what HE wants to tell you. The man may have truly been seeking, but it seems more likely that he was trying to limit his own responsibility…verse 29   29 The man wanted to justify his actions, so he asked Jesus, “And who is my neighbor?” 30 Jesus replied with a story: “A Jewish man was traveling from Jerusalem down to Jericho, and he was attacked by bandits. They stripped him of his clothes, beat him up, and left him half dead beside the road. 31 “By chance a priest came along. But when he saw the man lying there, he crossed to the other side of the road and passed him by. 32 A Temple assistant[b] walked over and looked at him lying there, but he also passed by on the other side. 33 “Then a despised Samaritan came along, and when he saw the man, he felt compassion for him. 34 Going over to him, the Samaritan soothed his wounds with olive oil and wine and bandaged them. Then he put the man on his own donkey and took him to an inn, where he took care of him. 35 The next day he handed the innkeeper two silver coins,[c] telling him, ‘Take care of this man. If his bill runs higher than this, I'll pay you the next time I'm here.' You most likely have heard this story before. Most people have. We even have a “Good Samaritan Law” in many parts of the United States that legally protects those who administer emergency care in good faith. But let's try to look at it with fresh eyes. A Jewish man was traveling from Jerusalem to Jericho – a seventeen-mile journey through dangerous country. The road was lined with caves where thieves would hide so they could jump upon unsuspecting victims at any time. Picture walking through a rough part of a big city late at night. You would be wise to keep your head down and walk quickly, not drawing any attention to yourself. Perhaps that's what the Jewish man was doing when he was jumped. He was mugged, beaten, and left for dead on the side of the road. And the thieves likely ran back to a cave to wait for another victim. A priest was traveling the same path, head down, merely trying to get where he was going. He sees the Jewish man left for dead and keeps walking. We don't know why. Perhaps he didn't want to bring attention to himself, putting himself in danger. All we know is he kept walking. And then a temple assistant came along. I wonder if he saw the priest ahead of him and followed his example of inaction. When we neglect to serve as God calls us to, we can be assured of one thing: someone is always watching and using us as an example or justification for not following God. Think about that. Your actions have a ripple effect. It can be fun to think that the positive we are doing in the world will have effects that we cannot even imagine – I often hear it said, “You won't know all the good you've done until you get to heaven.” That is so true – and positive reinforcement often inspires us to keep up the good fight. But the hard reality is that our negative actions, or lack of action, also gives OTHERS the justification to NOT ACT. Luke 12:48 tells us  When someone has been given much, much will be required in return; and when someone has been entrusted with much, even more will be required. The priest was set apart as an example in the religious community, and what he did mattered. Others watched. He ignored the hurting man, giving others the justification to do the same. Finally, a Samaritan came by. I imagine the crowd gasped…or maybe groaned when Jesus said this. Jews and Samaritans hated each other, surely HE wouldn't help this man whom he had absolutely no loyalty towards. And yet, the listeners were surprised. The Samaritan man felt compassion. He went to the victim, soothed his wounds, and took him to a place of safety, even paying for his care. This Samaritan man probably feared for his own safety as much as the others did, but he recognized and loved the hurt man as a fellow human. This story just grips me. In this world of big government and judgment and claiming our own rights in society, how many times have I walked by a victim, not wanting to mess up my own day? How do I respond to the person from another country fleeing from a war-torn or gang-infested country? How do I treat the addict begging for money on the street? What compassion do I have for the child who lived a life of neglect and, now mentally unstable, lashes out in violent anger? These are NOT easy questions, and there is no easy answer, but that doesn't mean we should put our heads down and keep walking, ignoring the victims around us. Verse 36… 36 “Now which of these three would you say was a neighbor to the man who was attacked by bandits?” Jesus asked. 37 The man replied, “The one who showed him mercy.” Then Jesus said, “Yes, now go and do the same.” Go and do the same. Go and show mercy to the undeserving. Reach out to those who look like nothing can help. Cross the barrier of racism and hatred, offering compassion and care. Go and do the same. I don't know what that means for you. If I'm being honest, I don't know what it means for me. That is why we must search God's heart. We must lean on the Holy Spirit's wisdom. And when He calls us to a specific task, we must go obediently and immediately. There are those who are Big Brothers and Big Sisters – they make a lasting difference in a single life. There are women who rock babies who have been born with an addiction. There are prison ministries that reach the lost for Jesus. There are doctors and nurses who have fought through a pandemic, caring for one patient at a time. There are preschool teachers and daycare workers who make it possible for other moms to go to work to provide for their families. There are military personel who fight for freedom and equality. The list goes on and on. Not one of us can do it all, and we aren't called to. But we are EACH called to something. We EACH are called to make a difference, to make an impact, and to set an example. Make no mistake, God called you to this podcast for a reason. There is a hurting soul waiting on the side of the road for you. Don't keep your head down. Don't walk by. Don't justify your inaction. Remember… Go…and do the same. Let's pray… Dear Most Holy God! Your words are good, and your words are sometimes difficult to hear. Father, I know that many are walking away from this teaching with more questions than answers. There is no doubt you are calling each of us to show compassion to others, compassion for our neighbors who may not even look like us. Will you show each of us our exact calling for today? Please make it so clear that we don't even WANT to put our heads down and walk by. Give us eyes to see, hearts full of compassion, courage against fear, and excitement to follow your call in obedience. In Jesus' name, I pray. Amen.

Daily Proverb Podcast
Proverbs 2 (November)

Daily Proverb Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 2, 2022 4:03


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - November 1st, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 13:09


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - November 1st, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 1, 2022 22:02


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - October 31st, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 12:38


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - October 31st, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2022 21:12


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Daily Radio Bible - October 30th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 18:11


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - October 30th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2022 10:28


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - October 29th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 29, 2022 11:34


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Daily Radio Bible - October 28th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 22:05


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Daily Radio Bible Podcast
Journey - October 28th, 22

Daily Radio Bible Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2022 13:00


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