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The Christian faith is not mindless or irrational. Knowing Faith is a podcast exploring how our faith is founded upon Scripture. We believe the Bible is for everyone and are committed to helping the Church understand where their faith is rooted. Hosted by Jen Wilkin, JT English and Kyle Worley, this podcast dives into Christian story, belief and practice in a way that is accessible to everyone.
 
A miracle is Gods power being manifested, and God desires to do miracles in our lives. He wants us to get free from some things we thought couldnt be changed. He wants things to happen in our lives that nobody can explain. But by faith, we have to believe He can do itand that when we reach up, He reaches back; when we call, He answers; and when we ask, we receive. Even when it seems impossible, it can still be done for those who believe!
 
Correction is NOT condemnationits not the same. The Lord corrects us because He loves us. Love will tell us the truth even when its not desired, because it will set us free and keep us on course. If we despise correction, we are rejecting the Fathers love. Come to Jesus as you are, but dont stay that way. Be quick to believe, forgive, and repentand become more like Jesus every day!
 
One of the greatest truths you could ever learn about God and His things is that He will treat you the way you treat His things. If His things become more and more precious and valuable to you, then your time, your life, and what youre doing become more valuable in His eyes. As you listen to this series, find out what is important to Godwhat He treasuresand let its importance increase in your life.
 
Indeed, just as the body without a spirit is dead, so too faith without actions is dead. (James 2:26, CJB) Faith is not passively waiting and making the occasional good confession. Faith is a walk. It's a way of life. God uses faith. It gives Him justification for doing things for us and for anyone who believes Him. In this series, you will learn that there's a time to pray, and there's a time to be quiet and move. You pray and seek the Lord until you hear from Himthen it's not time to keep ...
 
Indeed, just as the body without a spirit is dead, so too faith without actions is dead. (James 2:26, CJB) Faith is not passively waiting and making the occasional good confession. Faith is a walk. It's a way of life. God uses faith. It gives Him justification for doing things for us and for anyone who believes Him. In this series, you will learn that there's a time to pray, and there's a time to be quiet and move. You pray and seek the Lord until you hear from Himthen it's not time to keep ...
 
Jesus saith unto them, Believe ye that I am able to do this? They said unto him, Yea, Lord. Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you. Matthew 9:28-29 We receive according to our faith. It is the determining factornot the power or will of God, and not our needs or wants. Faith is a choice, and its very important to our God; its what pleases Him. As you listen to this series, allow the God Who you dont see to become more real than the needs you do see. Miracle ...
 
Jesus saith unto them, Believe ye that I am able to do this? They said unto him, Yea, Lord. Then touched he their eyes, saying, According to your faith be it unto you. Matthew 9:28-29 We receive according to our faith. It is the determining factornot the power or will of God, and not our needs or wants. Faith is a choice, and its very important to our God; its what pleases Him. As you listen to this series, allow the God Who you dont see to become more real than the needs you do see. Miracle ...
 
And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work. (2 Corinthians 9:8 Many people are having just enough and thinking thats Gods best. But when you have just enough, you dont have any for others. The life that Jesus came to give us is the life of surplus! And surplus for you is provision for someone else. In this series, you will be encouraged that the Lord wants us to have everything we need to serve Him: ...
 
For the child of God, death is nothing to fear. It is not the end, but rather a transition. When you're not afraid to die, it gives you confidence to step out and do whatever God tells you to do. It makes you free, and it will change your life! As you listen to this series, let the truth of the Word renew your mind with a greater understanding that we have victory over death!
 
If there was something you could do to make Jesus more real to you, would you do it? "The person who has My commands and keeps them is the one who [really] loves Me... and I [too] love him... [I will let Myself be clearly seen by him and make Myself real to him.]" (John 14:21 AMP) In this series, you will learn that when you demonstrate your love for Jesus by following His commands and doing what He did, He will manifest Himself to you!
 
And God is able to make all grace abound toward you; that ye, always having all sufficiency in all things, may abound to every good work. (2 Corinthians 9:8 Many people are having just enough and thinking thats Gods best. But when you have just enough, you dont have any for others. The life that Jesus came to give us is the life of surplus! And surplus for you is provision for someone else. In this series, you will be encouraged that the Lord wants us to have everything we need to serve Him: ...
 
Beloved, if God so loved us, we ought also to love one another. (1 John 4:11) You and I are God's representatives on the planet. People are supposed to see Him by seeing usand He is Love. When they see Love in us and through us, they come in contact with Him. By the way we love each other, the unbelieving, ungodly world will know the real Love that everyone everywhere is looking for!
 
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THE ROLE OF THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY IN THE MODERN WORLD Welcome to the first episode of our new series about the role of the Christian family in the modern world. Learn what Steve gained from Saint John Paul II’s apostolic exhortation from November 22, 1981. Celebrating the 40th anniversary of this great work, Steve shares how it impacted his life and…
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley are joined by Dr. Tom Schreiner to continue their discussion on the book of Romans by looking at chapter 7. Questions Covered in This Episode: As we enter Romans 7, where is Paul in his line of argumentation? Is there a reason why Paul uses this illustration (V. 1-4)? What is the dynamic of law and Spirit in …
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley discuss Romans 6:15-23 and being a slave to righteousness. Questions Covered in This Episode: Paul seems to suggest that everyone is a slave, it’s just a question of what? How does this call us back to Paul's self identification at the beginning of the letter? “Obedient from the heart?” What does Paul mean in…
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley believe that the primary context for discipleship is the local church. In this episode they discuss how that is foundational to the Training the Church cohort. If you are interested in applying visit our website. Questions Covered in This Episode: What is the history around the Training the Church cohort? Par…
 
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Jim Hamilton to discuss Romans 15:3, where we hear Paul make mention of Christ in a way that calls our attention back to Psalm 69. Questions Covered in This Episode: In Romans 15:3 we hear Paul make mention of Christ in a way that calls our attention back to Psalm 69. Could you shed some light on what’s happening here? …
 
THE ROLE OF THE CHRISTIAN FAMILY IN THE MODERN WORLD The truth rings deep because truth is God’s truth and it finds a place in the human heart. Is the role of the Christian family out of date? Sadly, too many people think it is. However, it might be even more relevant today than when Saint John Paul II wrote it as Pope in 1981. This apostolic exhor…
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley are joined by author, Bible teacher, conference, and retreat speaker Courtney Doctor. Together they discuss Romans 6:1-14 and union with Christ. Questions Covered in This Episode: Paul’s use of rhetorical questions to advance his argument: “What shall we say then?” Why would Paul ask and answer this question …
 
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Brian Vickers to discuss Romans 5:9 and answer the question: Why the blood? Questions Covered in This Episode: Romans 5:9 says, “Since therefore, we have now been justified by his blood, much more shall we be saved by him from the wrath of God.” Here is the question: Why the blood? Propitiation 101. Why was blood necess…
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley look at Romans 5:12-21 and discuss the Adam-Christ Typology. Questions Covered in This Episode: Is Paul saying that the world is broken because one person sinned? Is Paul saying Adam sinned, I sinned, or we all sinned? Isn’t that unfair: That Adam’s sin is counted as our sin? What does it mean that sin is not…
 
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Stephen Yuille to answer the question: What is mystical union and how is it at play in Romans 6:1-11? Questions Covered in This Episode: What is mystical union and how is it at play in Romans 6:1-11? In what way am I united to Jesus in death and resurrection? Is our union with Christ affected at baptism? Helpful Definit…
 
SIRACH SERIES This is the final episode in our series on the book of Sirach. What does the book of Sirach teach us about friendship? Steve shares the overlooked aspect of how the Eucharist and friendship fit together as well as some personal stories about how he learned about grace. ------------- Next up is a new series about the role of the Christ…
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley look at Romans 5:1-11 and discuss justification by faith. Questions Covered in This Episode: What is justification? What does it mean to be justified “by faith?” Why is peace with God a benefit to justification? What does it mean to “rejoice in hope of the glory of God?” Rejoicing in our sufferings (V. 3-5)? …
 
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Stephen Presley to answer the question what did Irenaeus have to say about Paul’s Christology? Questions Covered in This Episode: Why should I care about what Irenaeus has to say about Paul? What did Irenaeus have to say about Paul’s Christology? Helpful Definitions: Adam Christ Typology: Understood through the lens of …
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley continue in the book of Romans and discuss Romans 4:9-25. Questions Covered in This Episode: What role did circumcision play among Jews and Gentiles? Why would it matter when Abraham’s faith was counted to him as righteousness? What were the signs and symbols of salvation in the OT? Not merely circumcised, bu…
 
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Jonathan Pennington to answer the question is Paul’s gospel different from Christ’s gospel? Questions Covered in This Episode: Is Paul’s gospel different from Christ’s gospel? I wonder if the gap that we feel between the content of Paul’s gospel and the content of Christ’s gospel is exacerbated by the differences of gen…
 
Today’s episode is a re-air of an episode from an archived series on Proverbs. After last week’s episode on a difficult passage in Sirach about wives, we thought it was important to share this companion of Proverbs 31. This re-air also touches on the role of husbands from the book of Proverbs.By Steve Wood
 
Jen Wilkin, JT English, and Kyle Worley continue their discussion in the book of Romans by looking at Romans 4:1-8. Questions Covered in This Episode: So the church hears that everyone is broken and everyone has fallen short and Paul predicts the question from the Jewish Christians: What about Abraham? What role did Abraham play in Israel’s story? …
 
Kyle Worley is joined by Dr. Gregg Allison to answer the question, did Martin Luther have anything to say about the righteousness of God in Romans? Questions Covered in This Episode: Did Martin Luther have anything to say about the righteousness of God in Romans? Outside of the miraculous work of the Holy Spirit, was there anything that was happeni…
 
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