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A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast
Wednesday Morning, Proper 25 after Pentecost

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 17:50


Led by: Officiant: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, Psalm(s): Fr. Wiley Ammons, Old Testament: Josh Edwards, New Testament: Fr. Wiley Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Antonio Allegretti, used by permission.

United Church of God Sermons
Peter, Part 2: Cephas - the Preacher

United Church of God Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021 53:25


By Chuck Smith in Ft. Lauderdale, FL - October 16, 2021 - Christ was able to see the potential hidden within Peter. That potential was unleased at the first Pentecost. What does Christ see in you?

Catholic Answers Live
#10339 Open Forum - Fr. Hugh Barbour, O. Praem.

Catholic Answers Live

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2021


Questions Covered: 01:19 – Is St. Thomas More's “Dialogue of Comfort” consistent with the Catholic Church's teaching on suffering today? 05:12 – Is everyone in heaven a saint? 07:14 – Is it safe to call St. Peter the Bishop of Pentecost? 12:20 – When the priest mentions “Those who sleep in Christ” during Mass, is that a different state from heaven, hell, and purgatory? 17:10 – I often read that some saints went to confession weekly. I thought you only went to confession when you committed a mortal sin. Does that mean these saints were committing mortal sins all the time, or is it ok to go to confession just for venial sins? 19:59 – Can thoughts be mortally sinful? 22:54 – How should I confront or correct priests who change things in the liturgy or teach things that aren't correct? 29:01 – What can I do if I want to visit a seminary but they don't want to allow exemptions for the COVID vaccine? 36:39 – How could anybody get the idea that Mother Teresa was a bad person? 44:23 – My non-Catholic family member was recently hospitalized. If he doesn't make it, is there hope for him to reach heaven? 52:03 – What's more important: theology or God? …

The Scarlet Thread
10-26-21 Year 1 Pentecost 22 Tuesday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 5:27


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast
Tuesday Morning, Proper 25 after Pentecost

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2021 16:24


Led by: Officiant: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, Psalm(s): Fr. Wiley Ammons, Old Testament: Josh Edwards, New Testament: Fr. Wiley Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Antonio Allegretti, used by permission.

Musings on Faith
"The First Shall Be Last...": Musings from the Pulpit - October 10, 2021

Musings on Faith

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 13:56


In this homily on the Twentieth Sunday after Pentecost, The Rev. Ed Bartle, Associate Rector of St. George Episcopal Church, examines the Gospel for the day about the young rich man who is unwilling to give up his wealth and position to follow Jesus. Fr. Ed states that the passage does not condemn us for having wealth and respectability, but that Jesus calls us to act. The passage is a warning not to let ego and pride get in the way. The ultimate judgement belongs to God who knows what is in our hearts. Send comments to musingsonfaith@gmail.com or leave a voice message at: https://anchor.fm/st-george-episcopal-ch/message --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/st-george-episcopal-ch/message

Same Old Song
Pentecost 23 (B): Churchoween

Same Old Song

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 28:42


Jacob and Aaron check out the readings from the Twenty-Third Sunday after Pentecost, which are Ruth 1:1-18, Hebrews 9:11-14, Mark 12:28-34.

Grove Park Baptist Church
October 24, 2021 "Like a Rock: The Permanence of Jesus" The Reverend Marc Sanders

Grove Park Baptist Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 36:25


Scripture: Hebrews 7:23-28 The Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost

WorkingPreacher.org Sermon Brainwave
Brainwave 808: Reformation Sunday – Oct. 31, 2021

WorkingPreacher.org Sermon Brainwave

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 33:43


[Not preaching Reformation Day texts? A podcast on texts for 23rd Sunday after Pentecost is posted separately.] Join Profs. Rolf Jacobson, Karoline Lewis, Joy J. Moore, and Matt Skinner for a conversation on the Revised Common Lectionary texts for Reformation Sunday after Pentecost, Oct. 31, 2021. Recorded via Zoom on Oct. 21, 2021, for Working Preacher. Watch video version at https://youtu.be/zkw3n8SFCbo

Saint Luke's Darien
October 24th, 2021

Saint Luke's Darien

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 8:35


Two sermons, given by Hope Johnson and Naomi Cunningham, from the Twenty-Second Sunday after Pentecost, October 24th, 2021. Visit saintlukesdarien.org for more information. 

Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church
Pentecost XXII, Katherine Harper, 10/24/2021

Saint Stephen's Episcopal Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 17:21


Pentecost XXII, Katherine Harper, 10/24/2021 by Saint Stephen's

First Reading
Ruth 3:1–5; 4:13–17, with Ashley Wilcox

First Reading

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 38:23


First Reading Takes On the Bechdel Test Lectionary Date: November 7, 2021 [24th Sunday after Pentecost, Year B] It's a big week for First Reading! As we dive into the resolution to the Book of Ruth, we have invited a guest to help us unpack the context of this story—special for its unusual focus on female protagonists. Ashley M. Wilcox is a Quaker minister and the author of The Women's Lectionary: Preaching the Women of the Bible throughout the Year, a handbook for feminist preachers. You (yes, you!) can hire Ashley as a preaching coach through her online resource, Preaching with Confidence. Ashley has been traveling around the country to speak, preach, and lead workshops on women and spirituality for more than a decade. For the past four years, she has been teaching preaching to students at the Candler School of Theology. You can connect with Ashley and learn more about her work at her website. This week also marks the debut of our newest cohost, Rosy Kandathil! Rosy is a PhD candidate in Hebrew Bible at Emory University, and a former guest expert on First Reading. As she joins our team, we suppose that makes her an "expert in residence" with us. From here forward, each week the podcast will feature two of our hosts in various combinations, and we'll all three get together now and then for a "party episode." We'll also continue our pattern of bringing in a guest colleague for a deeper dive every month or so. Welcome, Rosy!

First Formation
20211025 - 21st Monday after Pentecost

First Formation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 20:21


United Nations Day marks the anniversary of the day in 1945 when the UN Charter entered into force. Prayer from The American Prayer Book by Marci Alborghetti. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

The Scarlet Thread
10-25-21 Year 1 Pentecost 22 Monday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 6:35


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast
Monday Morning, Proper 25 after Pentecost

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 15:09


Led by: Officiant: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, Psalm(s): Fr. Wiley Ammons, Old Testament: Fr. Wiley Ammons, New Testament: Fr. Wiley Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Antonio Allegretti, used by permission.

Happy & Holy
Acts 1-2 | Courtney Ellis & Elisa Johnston

Happy & Holy

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 83:35


Today I'm joined by Courtney Ellis and Elisa Johnston. And the three of us talk about what you do when you're expecting Jesus to come back quickly, the weird and wild wonder of Pentecost, and what the church looked like when it was first growing.Courtney Ellis serves as a pastor at Presbyterian Church of the Master. Her books include Uncluttered, Almost Holy Mama: Life-giving spiritual practices for weary parents, and Happy Now: Let playfulness lift your load and renew your spirit  (Tyndale, 2021). Ordained in the PC(USA), Courtney speaks coast to coast, loves Survivor, hates candy corn, and resides in southern California with her husband (and co-pastor) Daryl and three children. Happy Now: Let Playfulness Lift Your Load and Renew Your Spirit with Aspire Press/Tyndale House is available now. Order here! Instagram: @courtney_ellis_authorFacebook: @authorcourtneyellisWebsite: www.courtneybellis.comElisa Johnston empowers ordinary people to be fully alive while making the difference they were born to make at Average Advocate, procrastinates on Instagram, and brings freedom to the exploited through Blackout Trafficking. Whenever and wherever she can, she explores with her three littles and adopted housemate. Thankfully, God, her husband, and other favorite introverts are all particularly grounding, because otherwise her passion to raise-up leaders, live missionally, and start world changing things would compel her into a creative oblivion.Are you disentangling your faith from the culture around you? The greatest tool in that journey for me was the Bible itself. You've probably noticed that here on the show we love the Bible, and we take it seriously - but not always literally, and that means that meaning can get a little complicated. But you don't have to let that overwhelm you. I've put together the Big Picture Toolkit to help you understand how all of Scripture fits together in one incredible story, learn some new questions to ask to get at meaning without getting overwhelmed, and see new connections between Old and New Testaments with a special Bible Reading Plan. If you're ready to get back to basics of your faith, the Bible is a great place to start, and the Big Picture Bible Toolkit can help. Grab yours today free at kateboyd.co/bible.If you enjoyed our discussion, I'd love if you would rate + review on your favorite podcast player. This helps more people to find the show and learn with us. Then come on over to social media and let's talk about it! You can find me on Instagram @kateboyd.co and on Twitter @thekateboyd. And don't forget to check the show notes to find and follow today's contributors as well. Thank YOU for joining us, and I'll see you next time.

The Compline Service from St. Mark's Cathedral
The Office of Compline for October 24, 2021

The Compline Service from St. Mark's Cathedral

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 25, 2021 28:53


The Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost ORISON: Help me, O Lord, thy way to keep – Shaker tune, arr. Kevin Siegfried (b. 1969) PSALM 126 – Peter R. Hallock (1924-2014) HYMN: By gracious powers so wonderfully sheltered (Tune: INTERCESSOR) – Charles Hubert Hastings Parry (1848-1918) NUNC DIMITTIS – Plainsong, Tone III.6 ANTHEM: Lord, it is night – Donald Skirvin (b. […]

St. Thomas Anglican Church
Daniel Adkinson - Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost, 2021

St. Thomas Anglican Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 26:17


Daniel Adkinson - Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost, 2021

The University Church
The Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost with The University Church on October 24, 2021. - Audio

The University Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 31:05


Join us for the Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost with The University Church on October 24, 2021 as we hear Jesus speak of "Laying Heavy Burdens On The Shoulders Of Others."

The University Church
The Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost with The University Church on October 24, 2021. - PDF

The University Church

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Join us for the Twenty Second Sunday after Pentecost with The University Church on October 24, 2021 as we hear Jesus speak of "Laying Heavy Burdens On The Shoulders Of Others."

First Church Brooklyn - Sermon Audio
2021-10-24 Sermon: Called And Recalled

First Church Brooklyn - Sermon Audio

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


Twenty-second  Sunday after Pentecost ; Sermon based on 1 Samuel 16:1-13 and John 7:24 . Preached at The First Presbyterian Church of Brooklyn ( https://www.firstchurchbrooklyn.org/ ). Podcast subscription is available at  https://cutt.ly/fpcb-sermons  or on Apple Podcasts ( https://itun.es/us/nx....This item has files of the following types: Archive BitTorrent, Columbia Peaks, Item Tile, Metadata, PNG, Spectrogram, VBR MP3

Wicker Park Lutheran Church Sermons
Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost

Wicker Park Lutheran Church Sermons

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021


One thing Jesus is most known for in his ministry is healing. In Mark's gospel, Jesus healed demon possessed individuals, a girl who was dead, and a hemorrhaging woman. Today, we met a man who was blind. Before we get too far into the reading, there is an important word of caution. With all the talk about Jesus healing the deaf, the blind, and the lame, it's easy for us to assume that Jesus prefers people who do not live with a disability. Religious people have used such assumptions to terrorize those with disabilities and heaped blame, shame, and disdain on their families... The post Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost appeared first on Wicker Park Lutheran Church.

Immanuel Lutheran Church Charlottesville
Lord, Have Mercy Mark 10:46-42, Pentecost 22

Immanuel Lutheran Church Charlottesville

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 14:41


Trinity-by-the-Cove
'Twas blind, but now I see - Mark 10:46-52 (Father Steve)

Trinity-by-the-Cove

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 7:42


Preached for the 22nd Sunday after Pentecost (2021-10-24). Readings: Jeremiah 31:7-9 | Psalm 126 | Hebrews 7:23-28 | Mark 10:46-52

Trinity-by-the-Cove
Get up and follow Jesus - Mark 10:46-52 (Father Edward)

Trinity-by-the-Cove

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 8:39


Preached for the 22nd Sunday after Pentecost (2021-10-24). Readings: Jeremiah 31:7-9 | Psalm 126 | Hebrews 7:23-28 | Mark 10:46-52

From the MLJ Archive on Oneplace.com
Nature of the Spirit's Witness

From the MLJ Archive on Oneplace.com

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 55:01


To support this ministry financially, visit: https://www.oneplace.com/donate/603/29 Romans 8:16 -When is a Christian sealed by the Holy Spirit? Through the teachings of Jesus Christ and the New Testament writers, the Christian knows that salvation comes by trusting in Christ's sacrifice on the cross for the forgiveness of sins. But when is a believer confirmed by the Holy Spirit and what is this experience like? In this sermon on Romans 8:16 titled Nature of the Spirit's Witness, Dr. Martyn Lloyd-Jones dives into these questions, quoting examples from the Bible and Christian theologians. He says that not all believers undergo the feeling of being sealed by the Spirit. Some believers do not feel that singular moment where they experience a period of spiritual elation or a time of intense connection to God. Dr. Lloyd-Jones says these moments are not necessary for a person to be a Christian. After all, the disciples were believers before the Spirit came upon them at Pentecost. In his sermon, Dr. Lloyd-Jones teaches that the sealing of the Spirit is a tool used by God to prepare Christians when perhaps a time of temptation or persecution is coming. He concludes by saying that God may send these believers the gifts and empowerment necessary to weather the timeahead.

Catholic Preaching
Cooperating with God in the Good Work He’s Begun, 22nd Sunday after Pentecost (EF), October 24, 2021

Catholic Preaching

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 26:31


Fr. Roger J. Landry St. Agnes Church, Manhattan 22nd Sunday after Pentecost, Extraordinary Form October 24, 2021 Phil 1:6-11, Mt 22:15-21   To listen to an audio recording of today’s homily, please click below:  https://traffic.libsyn.com/secure/catholicpreaching/10.24.21_EF_Homily_1.mp3   The following text guided the homily:  There are several examples in the Gospel of people who approached Jesus not in order […] The post Cooperating with God in the Good Work He’s Begun, 22nd Sunday after Pentecost (EF), October 24, 2021 appeared first on Catholic Preaching.

The Scarlet Thread
10-24-21 Year 1 Pentecost 22 Sunday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 6:48


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast
Sunday Morning, Proper 25 after Pentecost

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 17:42


Led by: Officiant: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, Psalm(s): Fr. Wiley Ammons, Old Testament: Fr. Wiley Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Antonio Allegretti, used by permission.

The Rambling Rev
Sermon: Have Mercy 10-24-21

The Rambling Rev

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 24, 2021 16:11


In this sermon, based on Mark 10:46-52, Pastor Scott explores a miraculous healing of Jesus. Its both wonderful, but also a little eye opening as we consider what has just happened. This is the assigned text for Sunday October 24th, 2021, the 22nd Sunday after Pentecost.

Sermons for the Rest of the Year
22 Pentecost (2021)

Sermons for the Rest of the Year

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 10:19


Sermon for the Twenty-second Sunday after Pentecost

The Scarlet Thread
10-23-21 Year 1 Pentecost 21 Saturday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 6:59


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

The Daily Promise
God Gives Me His Spirit and Word

The Daily Promise

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 23, 2021 3:27


Today's Promise: Proverbs 1:23 There are two powerful promises packed into this one verse. Both promises are related because God's Spirit and His Word always go together. Pentecost fulfilled this Old Testament promise. The Holy Spirit would no longer rest on a person for a while. Now the Spirit would indwell those who put their faith in Christ. The second part of this promise focuses on God's Word. God will make His words known to you. The Word of God revealed and empowered by the Holy Spirit is a powerful force working in and through you.

An Evening at Prayer - an Episcopal Evening Prayer Podcast
Friday Evening, Proper 24 after Pentecost

An Evening at Prayer - an Episcopal Evening Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 16:24


Led by: Officiant: Fr. Wiley Ammons, Psalm(s): Laura Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Laura Ammons, used by permission.

Searching the Scriptures with Watchman Alexander
Searching the Scriptures #49: The Tower of Babel (Pt. 2)

Searching the Scriptures with Watchman Alexander

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 36:35


Questions answered during this episode: Did fire come down during the Babel incident, as it did during Pentecost (the reversal of Babel)? What about rushing wind and the overthrow of a system? Is there any historical evidence for the division of tongues? When exactly in history did the Babel incident occur, and how does that fit with the Septeon and Yeshua's first advent? Will the heathen ever succeed in bringing the whole world back under one government? --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/watchmanalexander/support

United Pentecostal Church of Bourbon , IN
The Church Is Where Its At

United Pentecostal Church of Bourbon , IN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 56:24


Pastor Matt Cottrill's message from the Indiana Section 2 Youth Rally on Friday October 22nd 2021

First Formation
20211022 - 20th Friday after Pentecost

First Formation

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 18:56


First Formation is spiritual exercise for Christian soldiers. ★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

Ten Thousand Worlds
The Family Altar Audio Devotional - Day 295

Ten Thousand Worlds

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 5:45


As I besought thee to abide still at Ephesus, when I went into Macedonia, that thou mightest charge some that they teach no other doctrine, Neither give heed to fables and endless genealogies, which minister questions, rather than godly edifying which is in faith: so do. (1 Timothy 1:3-4) 58 If we're not, why don't we just break the thing down, and consolidate with some other of our denominations, our Methodists brethren here, our Baptist brethren, our Pente-… our Presbyterian, or, why don't you all go back and be Catholic? That's the oldest one of the bunch of them. See, go back and be that. But if we're Pentecostal, let's be Pentecostal by experience. Rise, shake yourself. Yes. Said, “Go tell him. What's the matter?” Why would the Pentecostal people…? A girl asked me the other day, said, “Brother Branham, they're beginning to wear scandal skirts.” I said, “What's that?” “Oh,” she said, “the girls are wearing skirts that's cut down this way that shows their underskirt. Do you think it's wrong for a girl to do that?” I said, “Sister, what in the world does a Pentecostal Holy Ghost-filled girl want to show her underskirt for? I would just like to ask you that.” If she'd been right with God, she wouldn't have had to ask that. 59 I got a little Bible when I first started out, I wrote a little book; there should be if somebody say, “Is it wrong to smoke, is it wrong to drink, is it wrong to so-and-so?” Like that. I said, “Don't ask me foolish questions. Make this up in your mind. If you love the Lord with all your heart, you don't smoke, chew, or drink any shine.” And that's… I still stand by that. When the love of God's in your heart, you have got no time for nothing else. You're sold out. The Bible says, “If you love the world or the things of the world, it's because the love of God's not even in you.” And your own life tells about it. I hope that's plain enough, I won't have to get any plainer. See? But that's true. “By their fruits you know them.” So shake ourselves. Let's be Pentecostal or—or to be something else. If we are not Pentecost, let's quit saying we are (See?), until we get back to the real Pentecostal experience, get back to faith, daring faith. Them disciples sealed their death with their faith. “Oh, faith of our fathers, living still, in spite of dungeon, flame, or sword.” That's what we want, real genuine faith. 60 You Methodists need it; you Baptists need it; you Pentecostals need it; all of us need it. God's going to say, “Why? Is there no balm in Gilead? Is there no physician there, then why? Is there no—is there no prophet in Israel, is there no God there?” Has Pentecostal lost their God? Don't they have any more gifts in amongst Pentecostal? Have they no more prophets, gifts of prophecy, prophets, teachers, pastors, evangelists, no one else to speak in tongues and give message? One thing, you don't reverence them gifts enough. Another thing, you don't prove them first. Then you get every kind of spirit in there speaking. When you get that spirit that don't say something that's right, get it out of there. You don't want a substitute. God's got a real one for you. 61-0413 - "Why?" Rev. William Marrion Branham ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Order your own copy of the Family Altar at http://store.bibleway.org Appreciate what we do? Consider supporting us: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ten-thousand-worlds/support

Sermons That Work
Pentecost 22 (B): What Do You Want Me to Do for You? - October 24, 2021

Sermons That Work

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 9:38


Today's sermon is for Pentecost 22 (B) and is titled What Do You Want Me to Do for You?. It was written by the Rev. Cn. Whitney Rice. Sermons That Work is an offering of the Episcopal Church's Office of Communication. For more free resources, including sermons, Bible studies, bulletin inserts, and more, visit episcopalchurch.org/sermons. We would love it if you'd rate, review, and subscribe to our podcast on your favorite podcasting platform – and while you're at it, share it with a friend!

The Scarlet Thread
10-22-21 Year 1 Pentecost 21 Friday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 7:04


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast
Friday Morning, Proper 24 after Pentecost

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 17:07


Led by: Officiant: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, Psalm(s): Fr. Wiley Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Antonio Allegretti, used by permission.

BIBLE IN TEN
Acts 2:1

BIBLE IN TEN

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 22, 2021 14:35


Friday, 22 October 2021   When the Day of Pentecost had fully come, they were all with one accord in one place. Acts 2:1    With the selection of Matthias noted at the end of Chapter 1, the account immediately turns to the fulfillment of the Feast of the Lord recorded in Leviticus 23:15-22. This is directly referenced by Luke, saying, “When the Day of Pentecost had fully come.”   The word translated as “fully come” signifies “to be completed.” The name Pentecost means “fiftieth.” It is the fiftieth day of a particular cycle that was celebrated every year during the time of the law. It is a typological anticipation of an event that occurs at a set time after the crucifixion and resurrection of the Lord. Of this time, Vincent's Word Studies rightly states –   “The day, according to the Hebrew mode, is conceived as a measure to be filled up. So long as the day had not yet arrived, the measure was not full. The words denote in process of fulfilment.”   Arriving at this fiftieth day, one comes to the pilgrim feast known as Shavuoth in Hebrew and Pentecost in Greek. Each of the Leviticus 23 Feasts of the Lord anticipates the work of Jesus Christ during His first advent or the state/conduct of the believer's lives because of His completed work.   The word “feast” is, unfortunately, often used to translate two different Hebrew words. The first is moed, meaning and appointed time. The second is khagag, signifying a pilgrimage/pilgrim feast. There are eight of the “appointed times” listed in Leviticus 23, three of those are “pilgrim feasts.” Pentecost is the fifth of the recorded “appointed times,” and it is the second “pilgrim feast.”   The difference is important to understand because the “appointed times” point to something directly accomplished by the Lord in the redemptive process. The “pilgrim feasts” point to the life of believers in Christ as a result of the work of the Lord. The important point of these appointed times is that they all pertain to every believer in Christ – Jew and Gentile alike.   Because of what happens at Pentecost in Acts 2 is seemingly directed only to the Jews, the heretics who hold to hyperdispensationalism claim that what occurred only applies to them. This is incorrect. What occurred at Pentecost in the year of Christ's completed work happened to the Jew first, but it pertains to any person in Christ since then, even to this day. This is true with all of the appointed times seen in Leviticus 23.   The instruction for celebrating Shavuoth/Pentecost states –   “And you shall count for yourselves from the day after the Sabbath, from the day that you brought the sheaf of the wave offering: seven Sabbaths shall be completed. 16 Count fifty days to the day after the seventh Sabbath; then you shall offer a new grain offering to the Lord. 17 You shall bring from your dwellings two wave loaves of two-tenths of an ephah. They shall be of fine flour; they shall be baked with leaven. They are the firstfruits to the Lord. 18 And you shall offer with the bread seven lambs of the first year, without blemish, one young bull, and two rams. They shall be as a burnt offering to the Lord, with their grain offering and their drink offerings, an offering made by fire for a sweet aroma to the Lord. 19 Then you shall sacrifice one kid of the goats as a sin offering, and two male lambs of the first year as a sacrifice of a peace offering. 20 The priest shall wave them with the bread of the firstfruits as a wave offering before the Lord, with the two lambs. They shall be holy to the Lord for the priest. 21 And you shall proclaim on the same day that it is a holy convocation to you. You shall do no customary work on it. It shall be a statute forever in all your dwellings throughout your generations. 22 ‘When you reap the harvest of your land, you shall not wholly reap the corners of your field when you reap, nor shall you gather any gleaning from your harvest. You shall leave them for the poor and for the stranger: I am the Lord your God.” Leviticus 23:15-22   To understand what is being pictured and how it points to both the completed work of the Lord and believer's lives in Christ, the Feast of the Lord series from Leviticus 23 – as presented by the Superior Word – can be read or viewed online.   Though the New Covenant was established in Christ's blood almost two months prior to Pentecost, the true beginning of the church occurred at this time. That it pertains to both Jew and Gentile is typologically seen in the two loaves of bread baked with leaven that are presented to the Lord. That it encompasses the entire time of the church age, and even contains provision for those of the tribulation period is seen in not reaping the corners of the field.   The reason the account records only Jews at this time is because this was an annual pilgrim feast of the Jews. Of these pilgrim feasts, it is recorded –   “Three times a year all your males shall appear before the Lord your God in the place which He chooses: at the Feast of Unleavened Bread, at the Feast of Weeks, and at the Feast of Tabernacles; and they shall not appear before the Lord empty-handed. 17 Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the Lord your God which He has given you.” Deuteronomy 16:16, 17 That the males are specifically noted does not mean women were not included. Elsewhere, it notes that all in the household were to attend. This means wives, children, and so on. The typology was given to Israel; the fulfillment of the typology pertains to all believers. To deny this fundamental truth of the “appointed times” is to deny that the process of salvation as accomplished by Jesus Christ pertains to all people – Jew and Gentile, male and female, slave and free.   For the time being, it is noted that the believers are together at Pentecost (Hebrew: Shavuoth) and “they were all with one accord in one place.” The believers were all together in Jerusalem as required by the law of the feast. This would have been at the temple area, in the presence of the Lord. This is stated in Deuteronomy 16:16 (above). It is at this place, amid all of the people of Israel, that the events to be described will take place.   Life application: As noted, there are eight “appointed times” of the Lord recorded in Leviticus 23. Three of them are “pilgrim feasts.” A very brief description of these is listed here –   1) Shabbath (Sabbath). This is fulfilled by the Lord as is recorded in Hebrews 4:3 (and elsewhere) saying, “For we who have believed do enter that rest.” 2) Pesach (Passover). 1 Corinthians 5:7, “Christ, our Passover, was sacrificed for us.” 3) Matsoth (Unleavened Bread; a pilgrim feast). 1 Corinthians 5:8, “Therefore let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, nor with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.” 4) Bikurim (Firstfruits).1 Corinthians 15:20, “But now Christ is risen from the dead, and has become the firstfruits of those who have fallen asleep.” 5) Shavuoth (Pentecost/the Feast of Weeks; a pilgrim feast). Ephesians 1:13 (and elsewhere) “In Him you also trusted, after you heard the word of truth, the gospel of your salvation; in whom also, having believed, you were sealed with the Holy Spirit of promise.” Weeks, or Pentecost, is shown to be fulfilled in Romans 16:5 and 1 Corinthians 16:15 –   “Greet my beloved Epaenetus, who is the firstfruits of Achaia to Christ.”   “I urge you, brethren—you know the household of Stephanas, that it is the firstfruits of Achaia...”   The presentation of the two loaves is what those verses are speaking of – one a Jew, one a Gentile, and thus one gospel message.   6) Yom Teruah (The Day of Acclamation). 1 Corinthians 15:47, “The first man was of the earth, made of dust; the second Man is the Lord from heaven.”   7) Yom Kippur (The Day of Atonement) Romans 3:24, 25, “...being justified freely by His grace through the redemption that is in Christ Jesus, 25 whom God set forth as a propitiation by His blood.”    8) Sukkoth (Tabernacles; a pilgrim feast). 2 Corinthians 5:7, “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; old things have passed away; behold, all things have become new.”   All eight appointed times of the Lord are fulfilled by the Lord Jesus and/or are being lived out by His people because of His accomplished work. Each pertains to both Jew and Gentile that is based on the one and only gospel. Note: They are not “Jewish” feasts, nor are they “Feasts of Israel.” They are Feasts of the Lord. They pertain to the one, and only one Church which is the Body of Christ – Jew and Gentile. One gospel.   In understanding the typology from the Old Testament, many heresies found in the church today can be avoided. Seventh Day Adventism (mandatory Sabbath observance); Hebrew Roots Movement (observance of the feasts of the Lord, dietary restrictions, and so on are mandatory); hyperdispensationalism (there are two gospels – one to the Jew and one to the Gentile); and so on. Each of these heresies comes about based on a failure to understand the typology from the Old Testament, its fulfillment in the New, and/or the scope of the fulfillment among the people who have come to Christ.   Another heresy which is constantly put forth within the church is that only the “Spring” feasts have been fulfilled and the “Fall” feasts picture something coming at the end of the church age. This is heresy because if these feasts are not fulfilled, then Christ did not fulfill the law (because these are a part of the Law of Moses). If He did not fulfill the law, then He is not the Messiah.   By understanding the typology and the scope of what occurs, the heresies stated here (and others as well) are clearly identified. Beware of these false teachings and those who espouse them. They will be held accountable for their failure to give God the glory through what Jesus Christ has accomplished for His people. There is one gospel based on the completed work of Jesus Christ our Lord. Hallelujah for JESUS!   Lord God, thank You for the surety we possess because of Christ's fulfillment of the types and shadows of the Old Covenant which only pointed to His more perfect work. Thank You that we can participate in what those things only anticipated. Thank You for Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.      

An Evening at Prayer - an Episcopal Evening Prayer Podcast
Thursday Evening, Proper 24 after Pentecost

An Evening at Prayer - an Episcopal Evening Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 14:21


Led by: Officiant: Fr. Wiley Ammons, Psalm(s): Laura Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Laura Ammons, used by permission.

ESV: Daily Office Lectionary
October 21: Psalm 37:1–18; Psalm 37:19–40; Ezra 1; 1 Corinthians 16:1–9; Matthew 12:15–21

ESV: Daily Office Lectionary

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 7:28


Proper 24 First Psalm: Psalm 37:1–18 Psalm 37:1–18 (Listen) He Will Not Forsake His Saints 1 Of David. 37   Fret not yourself because of evildoers;    be not envious of wrongdoers!2   For they will soon fade like the grass    and wither like the green herb. 3   Trust in the LORD, and do good;    dwell in the land and befriend faithfulness.24   Delight yourself in the LORD,    and he will give you the desires of your heart. 5   Commit your way to the LORD;    trust in him, and he will act.6   He will bring forth your righteousness as the light,    and your justice as the noonday. 7   Be still before the LORD and wait patiently for him;    fret not yourself over the one who prospers in his way,    over the man who carries out evil devices! 8   Refrain from anger, and forsake wrath!    Fret not yourself; it tends only to evil.9   For the evildoers shall be cut off,    but those who wait for the LORD shall inherit the land. 10   In just a little while, the wicked will be no more;    though you look carefully at his place, he will not be there.11   But the meek shall inherit the land    and delight themselves in abundant peace. 12   The wicked plots against the righteous    and gnashes his teeth at him,13   but the Lord laughs at the wicked,    for he sees that his day is coming. 14   The wicked draw the sword and bend their bows    to bring down the poor and needy,    to slay those whose way is upright;15   their sword shall enter their own heart,    and their bows shall be broken. 16   Better is the little that the righteous has    than the abundance of many wicked.17   For the arms of the wicked shall be broken,    but the LORD upholds the righteous. 18   The LORD knows the days of the blameless,    and their heritage will remain forever; Footnotes [1] 37:1 This psalm is an acrostic poem, each stanza beginning with the successive letters of the Hebrew alphabet [2] 37:3 Or and feed on faithfulness, or and find safe pasture (ESV) Second Psalm: Psalm 37:19–40 Psalm 37:19–40 (Listen) 19   they are not put to shame in evil times;    in the days of famine they have abundance. 20   But the wicked will perish;    the enemies of the LORD are like the glory of the pastures;    they vanish—like smoke they vanish away. 21   The wicked borrows but does not pay back,    but the righteous is generous and gives;22   for those blessed by the LORD1 shall inherit the land,    but those cursed by him shall be cut off. 23   The steps of a man are established by the LORD,    when he delights in his way;24   though he fall, he shall not be cast headlong,    for the LORD upholds his hand. 25   I have been young, and now am old,    yet I have not seen the righteous forsaken    or his children begging for bread.26   He is ever lending generously,    and his children become a blessing. 27   Turn away from evil and do good;    so shall you dwell forever.28   For the LORD loves justice;    he will not forsake his saints.  They are preserved forever,    but the children of the wicked shall be cut off.29   The righteous shall inherit the land    and dwell upon it forever. 30   The mouth of the righteous utters wisdom,    and his tongue speaks justice.31   The law of his God is in his heart;    his steps do not slip. 32   The wicked watches for the righteous    and seeks to put him to death.33   The LORD will not abandon him to his power    or let him be condemned when he is brought to trial. 34   Wait for the LORD and keep his way,    and he will exalt you to inherit the land;    you will look on when the wicked are cut off. 35   I have seen a wicked, ruthless man,    spreading himself like a green laurel tree.236   But he passed away,3 and behold, he was no more;    though I sought him, he could not be found. 37   Mark the blameless and behold the upright,    for there is a future for the man of peace.38   But transgressors shall be altogether destroyed;    the future of the wicked shall be cut off. 39   The salvation of the righteous is from the LORD;    he is their stronghold in the time of trouble.40   The LORD helps them and delivers them;    he delivers them from the wicked and saves them,    because they take refuge in him. Footnotes [1] 37:22 Hebrew by him [2] 37:35 The identity of this tree is uncertain [3] 37:36 Or But one passed by (ESV) Old Testament: Ezra 1 Ezra 1 (Listen) The Proclamation of Cyrus 1 In the first year of Cyrus king of Persia, that the word of the LORD by the mouth of Jeremiah might be fulfilled, the LORD stirred up the spirit of Cyrus king of Persia, so that he made a proclamation throughout all his kingdom and also put it in writing: 2 “Thus says Cyrus king of Persia: The LORD, the God of heaven, has given me all the kingdoms of the earth, and he has charged me to build him a house at Jerusalem, which is in Judah. 3 Whoever is among you of all his people, may his God be with him, and let him go up to Jerusalem, which is in Judah, and rebuild the house of the LORD, the God of Israel—he is the God who is in Jerusalem. 4 And let each survivor, in whatever place he sojourns, be assisted by the men of his place with silver and gold, with goods and with beasts, besides freewill offerings for the house of God that is in Jerusalem.” 5 Then rose up the heads of the fathers' houses of Judah and Benjamin, and the priests and the Levites, everyone whose spirit God had stirred to go up to rebuild the house of the LORD that is in Jerusalem. 6 And all who were about them aided them with vessels of silver, with gold, with goods, with beasts, and with costly wares, besides all that was freely offered. 7 Cyrus the king also brought out the vessels of the house of the LORD that Nebuchadnezzar had carried away from Jerusalem and placed in the house of his gods. 8 Cyrus king of Persia brought these out in the charge of Mithredath the treasurer, who counted them out to Sheshbazzar the prince of Judah. 9 And this was the number of them: 30 basins of gold, 1,000 basins of silver, 29 censers, 10 30 bowls of gold, 410 bowls of silver, and 1,000 other vessels; 11 all the vessels of gold and of silver were 5,400. All these did Sheshbazzar bring up, when the exiles were brought up from Babylonia to Jerusalem. (ESV) New Testament: 1 Corinthians 16:1–9 1 Corinthians 16:1–9 (Listen) The Collection for the Saints 16 Now concerning1 the collection for the saints: as I directed the churches of Galatia, so you also are to do. 2 On the first day of every week, each of you is to put something aside and store it up, as he may prosper, so that there will be no collecting when I come. 3 And when I arrive, I will send those whom you accredit by letter to carry your gift to Jerusalem. 4 If it seems advisable that I should go also, they will accompany me. Plans for Travel 5 I will visit you after passing through Macedonia, for I intend to pass through Macedonia, 6 and perhaps I will stay with you or even spend the winter, so that you may help me on my journey, wherever I go. 7 For I do not want to see you now just in passing. I hope to spend some time with you, if the Lord permits. 8 But I will stay in Ephesus until Pentecost, 9 for a wide door for effective work has opened to me, and there are many adversaries. Footnotes [1] 16:1 The expression Now concerning introduces a reply to a question in the Corinthians' letter; see 7:1; also verse 12 (ESV) Gospel: Matthew 12:15–21 Matthew 12:15–21 (Listen) God's Chosen Servant 15 Jesus, aware of this, withdrew from there. And many followed him, and he healed them all 16 and ordered them not to make him known. 17 This was to fulfill what was spoken by the prophet Isaiah: 18   “Behold, my servant whom I have chosen,    my beloved with whom my soul is well pleased.  I will put my Spirit upon him,    and he will proclaim justice to the Gentiles.19   He will not quarrel or cry aloud,    nor will anyone hear his voice in the streets;20   a bruised reed he will not break,    and a smoldering wick he will not quench,  until he brings justice to victory;21     and in his name the Gentiles will hope.” (ESV)

The Scarlet Thread
10-21-21 Year 1 Pentecost 21 Thursday

The Scarlet Thread

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 8:13


The “scarlet thread” that runs throughout the scripture is the salvation of man found only in Jesus Christ. It is scarlet because the salvation is ultimately found in the blood of Jesus, and it is a thread because it is foreshadowed and preached about in the Old Testament before being realized in the New. This podcast features readings from the two-year daily lectionary, specifically the lectionary proscribed by the Lutheran Book of Worship (1978) and used in For All the Saints, published by the American Lutheran Publicity Bureau (www.alpb.org). The two-year daily lectionary moves you through the high points of the Bible with a daily reading from the Old Testament, the New Testament and the Gospels. I will also include a reading from the Psalter or Proverbs. There will be no special effects or background music; just the plain reading of God's Word. And no fundraising, either! However, feel free to rate the show if you enjoy it as that helps its visibility. After the two-year cycle, you will have gone through the high points of the Old Testament one time and most of the New Testament about 2 times. While this is not a complete reading of the Bible, it is a great way to grow in familiarity with the main narrative of the Bible. As it follows the liturgical year, festival and saint's days will also be observed. This podcast uses the Revised Standard Version (RSV) of the Bible. It is sponsored by First Lutheran in Houston (www.flhouston.org). You may also be interested in the Theology on Air Podcast which is a Christian apologetics radio program. Find it at the iTunes Store by searching for Theology on Air. You can contact me directly by email: pastor@flhouston.org.

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast
Thursday Morning, Proper 24 after Pentecost

A Morning at the Office - an Episcopal Morning Prayer Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 21, 2021 13:50


Led by: Officiant: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, Psalm(s): Fr. Wiley Ammons, Gospel: Mtr. Lisa Meirow, logo image by Antonio Allegretti, used by permission.

The Symbolic World
181 - 2mørVs - Encountering the Unexpected

The Symbolic World

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 19, 2021 69:31


Support this channel: Webside: https://thesymbolicworld.com/support/ Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/pageauvideos Subscribestar: https://www.subscribestar.com/jonathan-pageau Paypal: http://www.paypal.me/JonathanPageau 2mørVs is a Flow-Fi music artist and has made music to cover audio clips of Jordan Peterson and myself. He recently made a whole album using one of my most pivotal talks titled Pentecost for the Zombie Apocalypse. The album is called Pentecost for the Zombie Apocalypse: The Musical. Today we take a look at a few music clips from the album and discuss his inspiration, how we both experienced the talk, Saint Christopher and what he means for the Church, Theosis, garments of skin, encountering the stranger and scientism. Enjoy! Check out 2mørVs' work: -2mørVs & Jonathan Pageau - Pentecost for the Zombie Apocalypse: The Musical - GET THE ALBUM: https://fanlink.to/PftZAtM (Original talk - Pentecost for the Zombie Apocalypse: https://youtu.be/zXOdlIXDsr8) -YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/2m%C3%B8rVs/videos -Spofity: https://spoti.fi/2luuFu8 -Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/user-220481948 Original video: https://youtu.be/4vA-ItUAxm4 Join the conversation: Unofficial Facebook discussion group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/1989208418065298/ The Symbolic World Reddit: https://www.reddit.com/r/TheSymbolicWorld/ Social media links: Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheSymbolicWorld Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/pageaujonathan Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jonathan.pageau This podcast was edited by Lisa Parrott.