Best bible commentary podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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Book of Acts, The Bible Teaching Commentary
 
ACTS: Actively Changing Through the Spirit is a Bible exposition through the Book of Acts tracing the powerful kingdom plan being put into effect by the power of the Holy Spirit. Includes articles, maps, commentary, powerpoints, pdfs, podcasts, etc. http://www.foundationsforfreedom.net
 
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The Briefing – AlbertMohler.com
 
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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WordLive - Daily Bible Reading Guide
 
Connect with God through the WordLive podcast from Scripture Union. Each weekday you'll be encouraged to pray, hear the Bible and be guided through comment about the Bible passage. Written by a number of different people and recorded sensitively, these audio meditations aim to help you meet with God through the Bible and prayer. For more info and additional content, visit www.wordlive.org.
 
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Thinking in Public – AlbertMohler.com
 
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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AlbertMohler.com
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Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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The Briefing – AlbertMohler.com
 
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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Book of Ephesians: Living in the Heavenly Places - The Bible Teaching Commentary
 
Ephesians: Living in the heavenly realms
 
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Tech Reformation
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Welcome to the Tech Reformation – where the world of technology meets the worldview of Christianity. Tech Reformation is a weekly podcast hosted by four Reformed Christians discussing the latest tech topics and how the Christian worldview impacts and interprets the often secular world of technology. Grab your USBs and ESVs and join us each week for the Tech Reformation!
 
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Verse By Verse bible Teaching Podcast with Chris White
 
Expositional teaching from a Pre-wrath perspective.
 
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Coffee Cup Commentaries
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Join Fr. Lawrence Farley daily for cup of coffee and insights into the New Testament.
 
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Thinking in Public – AlbertMohler.com
 
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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Discovering the Old Testament
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Learning for its own sake.
 
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WordLive - monthly feed
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Connect with God through the WordLive podcast from Scripture Union. Get the daily WordLive podcast in monthly updates, for easy downloading in advance when travelling or away from Internet access. For more info and additional content, visit www.wordlive.org.
 
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Founding Word
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Verse By Verse Bible Commentary & Round Table Discussion
 
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Romans: The Master Key to Scripture
 
The Epistle of Paul to the Romans is undoubtedly the most powerful human document that has ever been written. It is pure gold from beginning to end. This is the book that lit the fire in Martin Luther's heart and brought about the Protestant Reformation, changing the history of Europe, as well as the world. This is the book that struck home as John Wesley sat in a little chapel in London listening to Luther's Prelude to the Epistle to the Romans. Wesley said his heart was strangely warmed as ...
 
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Audio – AlbertMohler.com
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Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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Wisdom & The Word
Weekly
 
Moving People From Where They Are To Where God Wants Them To Be
 
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Walking Through the Word – Daily Podcast Commentary
 
We're pleased you could join us for New Song Christian Fellowship's daily episodes of Walking Through the Word with Pastor Dale Evrist. This book by book journey through the scriptures, is dedicated to helping you understand God's truth, and how to live out that truth in confident faith and loving obedience. Don't forget about Walking Through The Word's “Word For The Week" episodes uploaded for you every Sunday morning. In these episodes, Pastor Dale Evrist brings his presentation of and per ...
 
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Sermon Series – AlbertMohler.com
 
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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Matthew: Behold Your King!
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Beginning in the New Testament we move from the realm of shadow, type, and prophecy, into the full sunshine of the presentation of the Son of God. The Old Testament speaks of him on every page, but speaks in shadows, in types, in symbols, and in prophecies -- all looking forward to the coming of Someone. You cannot read the Old Testament without being aware of that constant promise running through every page -- Someone is coming! Someone is coming! Now, when we open the Gospels, that Someone ...
 
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Hebrews: All About Faith
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Hebrews is one of the three New Testament commentaries on a single Old Testament verse: The just shall live by his faith. (Hab 2:4b KJV) This is the verse that struck a fire in the heart of Martin Luther, and began the Protestant Reformation 450 years ago. This verse opened the eyes of Augustine, and helped him to become a mighty man of faith, and it is still striking fire in many hearts today. It is expanded and amplified in Romans, Ephesians, and Hebrews Each of these Epistles emphasizes a ...
 
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In the Market® with Janet Parshall
 
In the Market® with Janet Parshall, challenges listeners to examine major news stories and issues being debated in the marketplace of ideas and speaks to them with the Word of God. In this fast-paced, caller-driven program, Janet evaluates newsworthy topics with guests and listeners using the Bible as a framework for discussion. This daily program addresses relevant issues important to Christians, with an engaging mix of listener interaction and commentary from highly respected guests.
 
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Video – AlbertMohler.com
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Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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Adventuring Through the Bible
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God has made available to us the riches of this Bible -- His Word -- which reveals to us the riches of His kingdom and of our eternal life in Christ. God longs for us to know Him, and has revealed Himself in His Son. He has redeemed us through the blood His resurrected Son shed on the Cross, and has called us into a Spiritual relationship with Him. Into our soul and our life He pours all the riches of heaven -- "good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over," as Luke 6:38 tell ...
 
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Gospel Rampage
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Gleanings of an organizational environmentalist.
 
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Bible Q and A with John MacArthur
 
The program seeks to answer an intriguing listener prompted question on the Bible and will also direct them to a website for more information on that topic/question drawn from the MacArthur New Testament Commentaries.
 
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Ephesians: The Calling of the Saints
 
The Epistle to the Ephesians is, in many ways, the crowning glory of the New Testament. But perhaps this letter ought not to be called "Ephesians" for we do not really know to whom it was written. The Christians at Ephesus were certainly among the recipients of this letter, but undoubtedly there were others. In many of the original Greek manuscripts there is a blank where the King James translation has the words "at Ephesus;" just a line where the names of other recipients were apparently to ...
 
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Mark: He Came to Serve
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The Gospel of Mark, the second book in the New Testament, is 16 short chapters long, the briefest of all the Gospels, and therefore easy to read in one sitting. Its brevity is probably the reason it is the most often translated book of the New Testament. The Wycliffe translators, I understand, almost invariably begin their translation work with the Gospel of Mark because it is so short and gives the whole story in one brief compass. This Gospel has a completely different atmosphere from the ...
 
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Thessalonians: Hope for a Hopeless World
 
The first letter of Paul to the Thessalonians is also the first letter the apostle wrote. It was written to a struggling, yet vigorous church that was only a few months old, made up of Christians who had just come to Christ under Paul's ministry. This is a delightfully revealing letter, showing the heart of the apostle toward these new Christians, and also showing the struggles that were present in the early church. We sometimes get very distorted conceptions of these early Christians; there ...
 
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Mystery Babylon Study – Verse by Verse Bible Teaching Podcast
 
Pre-wrath Bible Commentary
 
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Bible Q and A with John MacArthur
 
The program seeks to answer an intriguing listener prompted question on the Bible and will also direct them to a website for more information on that topic/question drawn from the MacArthur New Testament Commentaries.
 
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1 Corinthians: Epistle to the 21st Century
 
The first epistle of Paul to the Corinthians is a very, very important letter for us because it so thoroughly captures the problems that we face as moderns living in this modern age. The reason is, of course, that Corinth was the most American city in the New Testament -- it was a resort city, the capital of pleasure in the Roman Empire. If you remember your geography you know it was located on the Peloponnesian peninsula, and the conditions under which the Corinthians lived were very much l ...
 
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Timothy: The Pastor's Primer
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While Second Timothy represents the last word we have from the pen of the Apostle Paul, First Timothy was written a few years earlier, probably immediately after the apostle had been imprisoned in Rome for the first time. After he was released, he wrote this letter to the young man whom he had won to Christ years before when he was preaching in Timothy's home town of Lystra. Timothy was probably no more than sixteen years old at the time. He accompanied Paul on his second journey and was a f ...
 
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Colossians: Power to Endure with Joy
 
Most of the letters that Paul wrote to the churches were written to those that he had started himself. But he did not begin the church at Rome, nor did he begin the church at Colossae. It is not certain who started the church at Colossae, but it is very likely a man mentioned in certain of Paul's other letters -- Epaphroditus, or, since that was too long a name for even the Greeks to say, Epaphras. He is mentioned in this letter as being from Colossae, and is very likely the one who founded ...
 
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Revelation: The End -- and a New Beginning
 
What is it that makes us want to read the last chapter of a book first? For some reason, many people begin reading the Bible with the book of Revelation; but this is a serious mistake. This book plunges you into a confusing array of dragons and trumpets and vials and seals, with many amazing sights and sounds and visions. A person starting here might well throw the whole Bible away in frustration, unable to make head nor tail of it. It is very significant that the book of Revelation is the l ...
 
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Acts: An Unfinished Story
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Acts is the book that reveals the power of the church. Therefore, when a church begins to dwindle, lose its power, and turn dull and drab in its witness, it needs desperately to get back into the spirit, expectation, knowledge and teaching of the book of Acts. In this book, the principles of the exchanged life -- "Not I, but Christ" -- is dramatically unfolded. If the book of Acts were taken out of our New Testament, we would never understand the rest of it. It would be like a child with his ...
 
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John: Who is this Man?
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The fourth Gospel holds peculiar significance to me for many reasons, but especially because it is written by the disciple closest to our Lord. When you read the Gospel of Matthew, you are reading the record of our Lord as seen through the eyes of a devoted disciple. Mark and Luke, of course, were dedicated Christians who knew and loved Jesus Christ, though they learned about him largely through the testimony of others, but John is one who leaned upon his breast. He was of that inner circle ...
 
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Philippians: Christ, Our Confidence Strength
 
The letter to the Philippians has been called not only the tenderest letter that Paul ever wrote, but also the most delightful. It brims over with expressions of praise. confidence and rejoicing, despite the fact that this is one of Paul's prison epistles, written in Rome during his first imprisonment. You can find the background for this letter in the closing section of the book of Acts, and also in chapter sixteen, which tells of Paul's visit to Philippi and the founding of the church to w ...
 
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PZ Radio- Radio For The Remnant
 
PZ Radio deals with Bible Prophecy, World Events and Living The Right Life in The Last Days. Interviews, Special Guests, Commentary and our own opinions is what you get here at PZ Radio. So sit back, kick your feet up and remember "You're Listening To PZ RADIO - Radio For The Remnant."
 
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Tomorrow's World Commentary
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Short Bible and news commentary by Living Church of God ministers and writers from around the world. Valuable Christian perspective.
 
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Truthfed Scripture & Prophecy
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Bible Prophecy, Apocrypha, Scripture and Biblical CommentaryHosted by Shawn Ozbun.The reality is that our world is coming to and end. A major economic collapse is on the horizon and you need to to know the TRUTH so you can be prepared.
 
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Sermon Series – AlbertMohler.com
 
Cultural commentary from a Biblical perspective
 
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Church of the Great God Podcasts
 
Sermons, sermonettes, commentaries and Bible Studies produced by the Church of the Great God
 
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Tech Reformation
Weekly
 
Welcome to Tech Reformation – where the world of technology meets the worldview of Christianity. Tech Reformation is a weekly podcast hosted by four reformed Christians discussing the latest tech you should know and the tech you should use. Each week we also look at ‘theology from the headlines’ as we discuss how the Christian worldview impacts and interprets the often secular world of technology. Grab your USBs and ESVs and join us each week for the Tech Reformation!
 
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Explicit Jesus Music
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Are you a Christian musician? This is the stuff that affects you! What do we use to worship? What are some of the ethics & morals that go with and against our walk with Christ? Life's just a little different for us!
 
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Adventuring Through the Bible
Weekly
 
God has made available to us the riches of this Bible -- His Word -- which reveals to us the riches of His kingdom and of our eternal life in Christ. God longs for us to know Him, and has revealed Himself in His Son. He has redeemed us through the blood His resurrected Son shed on the Cross, and has called us into a Spiritual relationship with Him. Into our soul and our life He pours all the riches of heaven -- "good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over," as Luke 6:38 tell ...
 
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Philippians: Christ, Our Confidence Strength
 
The letter to the Philippians has been called not only the tenderest letter that Paul ever wrote, but also the most delightful. It brims over with expressions of praise. confidence and rejoicing, despite the fact that this is one of Paul's prison epistles, written in Rome during his first imprisonment. You can find the background for this letter in the closing section of the book of Acts, and also in chapter sixteen, which tells of Paul's visit to Philippi and the founding of the church to w ...
 
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Thessalonians: Hope for a Hopeless World
 
The first letter of Paul to the Thessalonians is also the first letter the apostle wrote. It was written to a struggling, yet vigorous church that was only a few months old, made up of Christians who had just come to Christ under Paul's ministry. This is a delightfully revealing letter, showing the heart of the apostle toward these new Christians, and also showing the struggles that were present in the early church. We sometimes get very distorted conceptions of these early Christians; there ...
 
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Romans: The Master Key to Scripture
 
The Epistle of Paul to the Romans is undoubtedly the most powerful human document that has ever been written. It is pure gold from beginning to end. This is the book that lit the fire in Martin Luther's heart and brought about the Protestant Reformation, changing the history of Europe, as well as the world. This is the book that struck home as John Wesley sat in a little chapel in London listening to Luther's Prelude to the Epistle to the Romans. Wesley said his heart was strangely warmed as ...
 
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John: Who is this Man?
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The fourth Gospel holds peculiar significance to me for many reasons, but especially because it is written by the disciple closest to our Lord. When you read the Gospel of Matthew, you are reading the record of our Lord as seen through the eyes of a devoted disciple. Mark and Luke, of course, were dedicated Christians who knew and loved Jesus Christ, though they learned about him largely through the testimony of others, but John is one who leaned upon his breast. He was of that inner circle ...
 
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SermonAudio.com: News In Focus Commentaries
 
A new audio commentary on a recent news item from John Pistorius, Pastor is now available on SermonAudio.com: Title: The Great Falling Away Subtitle: The Day of the Lord Speaker: John Pistorius Broadcaster: John Pistorius, Pastor Event: Current Events Date: 10/15/2017 Bible: 2Thessalonians 2:1-17; 1 Timothy 4:1-3 Length: 52 min. (64kbps)…
 
Did you know that some of Dublin’s most visited sights are intertwined with the history of Christianity? The richly illustrated Book of Kells, containing the Gospels of the Bible, draws almost one million visitors per year to Dublin’s Trinity College. The Chester Beatty Library at Dublin Castle, with some of the oldest writings of the Bible, dr ...…
 
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Veritas Community Church - (Dayton) - Sermon Audio
 
Acts 2:41-42 The Lord’s Supper is an ordinance of Jesus Christ that signifies the broken body and shed blood of Christ; And it was given to the church as a means for us to give thanks for, remember, and proclaim Christ’s death; To presently commune with him, create unity within churches, and as an occasion for self examination. RESOURCES: ESV S ...…
 
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Christ Presbyterian Church of Nashville
 
October 15, 2017Hebrews 4:14-16 ESVPRIMARY SOURCES:James Montgomery Boice, Whatever Happened to the Gospel of Grace?Don Carson, Editor, The New Bible CommentaryChristopher Catherwood, Five Leading ReformersESV Greek ToolsESV Study BibleIVP Bible Background CommentaryJason Isbell, “If We Were Vampires”Timothy Keller, Logos Sermon ArchiveNew York ...…
 
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Veritas Community Church - (Dayton) - Sermon Audio
 
Acts 2:41-42 Baptism is a commandment of Christ signifying our salvation and a means of God’s assuring true Christians, a church adding a member, and a believer announcing to the world that they’re a Christian. RESOURCES: ESV Study Bible; Acts commentary by Schnabel
 
Following on from the last video on books, I am responding here to a comment in the comments section about Islamic books. The books here are not mainly “Islamic” but they are connected with religion in one way or another and may be of some interest to people who follow my channel. The books I comment on are: Paul Johnson: Socrates, A Man For Ou ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Alpha and Omega Ministries is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Horrible Arguments for the Roman Priesthood, Did Jesus Say the I Am Statements? Subtitle: The Dividing Line 2017 Speaker: Dr. James White Broadcaster: Alpha and Omega Ministries Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 10/4/2017 Length: 1 ...…
 
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Veritas Community Church - (Dayton) - Sermon Audio
 
Acts 2:41-42 We’re called to be devoted to the fellowship, wherein we live life together and are sacrificially generous toward one another. RESOURCES: ESV Study Bible; Acts Commentary by Martyn Lloyd-Jones; Hearing God’s Words by Peter Adams
 
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Christ Covenant Church Sermons
 
Pastor DeYoung: Let’s pray. Oh, great God, give us now eyes and ears that we may hear your word and see your Son. Be gracious to us and bless us. Help us to listen and understand, to trust and obey, to see and to savor Christ. We want to know Him who is before all ages, world without end. In Jesus’ name. Amen. We turn this morning to John, Chap ...…
 
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Faith Lutheran Markesan Sermons
 
Keep it Simple One commentary on this parable goes on for 20 pages pouring over every little minutia of detail concerning this parable. What does each hour mean? Who the first laborers compared to the last? What does the denarius stand for? Are the labors believers? If so why are they complaining? What does it mean that they are last? This is a ...…
 
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First Congregational Church, Bellevue
 
Jeremiah 8:18-9:1 My joy is gone, grief is upon me, my heart is sick. Hark, the cry of my poor people from far and wide in the land: “Is the Lord not in Zion? Is her King not in her?” (“Why have they provoked me to anger with their images, with their foreign idols?”) “The harvest is past, the summer is ended, and we are not saved.” For the hurt ...…
 
September 24, 2017 / CHANGED THROUGH SCRIPTURE - LECTIO DIVINA / Sara Wolbrecht / Luke 7:11-17 Friends, we are here together in the fall and in this Chunk of Change sermon series together, paying attention to the changes around us, and listening in them for the chances to let God lead us into change. We’re celebrating and exploring the ways in ...…
 
September 17, 2017 Genesis 21:1-3; 22:1-14 Lindsay Small A few weeks ago I took our kids to the MN state fair… After a little while we made our way into the Miracle of Life Barn…only to find out that a calf was just about give birth. There were hundreds of people standing around watching this…with TV screens above with a closer view. A cow midw ...…
 
LDS Perspectives, reviews the historical background of the Joseph Smith Translation (JST) and its presence in the Doctrine and Covenants with Dr. Kenneth (Ken) Alford. This episode is part one in a special first anniversary double episode on the Joseph Smith Translation. In his days as an undergraduate at BYU, Ken Alford studied the Joseph Smit ...…
 
Rituals such as the sacrament, baptism, and going to the temple are very important in the life of a Mormon. But before any of these things can happen, one needs to pass a what is often referred to as a worthiness interview. These interviews are conducted by the bishop and he asks you a series of questions to gauge your worthiness to perform the ...…
 
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Veritas Community Church - (Dayton) - Sermon Audio
 
Acts 2:41-42 The Spirit-filled church is devoted to the means of grace because she is devoted to Jesus. RESOURCES: ESV Study Bible; Acts commentaries by Lloyd-Jones, Kent Hughes, and Will Willemon; ‘The Devoted Themselves’, TGC article by Ray Ortlund; ‘The Cost of Discipleship’ by Dietrich Bonhoeffer…
 
Twenty years ago, I lost my faith.I didn’t lose my belief in or about faith, but I officially gave up the certainty that I had enough of it to be saved. It was Easter Vigil, 1998.That’s when I became Catholic.2017 is the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Rebell…I mean, Reformation. It’s been a catastrophe. There are now more than 40,000 Prote ...…
 
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THE WATCHMEN
 
Daniel was born and raised on the Central Coast of New South Wales in Australia. He is married to his wife Tammy and has three children. Daniel has devoted his life to the study of the Bible and gets great enjoyment out of sharing the treasures he discovers with others. Daniel has been teaching the Bible for 25 years and has ministered in a num ...…
 
I sat down with Wil Gafney to talk about her new book Womanist Midrash: A Reintroduction to the Women of the Torah and the Throne. We discuss what drew her to the Hebrew Bible, play some conceptual lightning round, ask her which woman from her book needs a major motion picture, discuss translation, the future of Womanist biblical studies, what ...…
 
I we have been talking about the work of the Holy Spirit in everyone's life and three weeks ago we really started and we talked about God's greatest desire for us as His children in fact we could even say it's God's will for our life first and foremost that this be true so he has all the answer this is God's will for a life that we will be holy ...…
 
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Veritas Community Church - (Dayton) - Sermon Audio
 
Galatians 6:11-18 The cross is the only boast of the crucified people of God. RESOURCES: ESV Study Bible; Commentaries by Philip Graham Ryken and Timothy George
 
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Sermons - Refuge City Church
 
There is a lot to cover this week. So if you are new to this series on the local church I want to encourage you to visit our website and catch. But for now I am just going to get after it. So here is our big idea today… A covenant community is fueled by grace to fulfill all of God’s “one another” commands in the NT. What are the “one another” c ...…
 
September 3, 2017 Revelation 22:1-7 Nate Schipper This morning we head to the border. Not a literal border of entities or “On the Border” the restaurant– well unless someone wants to go to lunch after the service… We are on the border figuratively between summer and fall, vacation and school – I’m sorry to say teachers and students! We are also ...…
 
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THE WATCHMEN
 
Providing news and commentary regarding issues surrounding Israel, Islam and the Middle East in the context of Biblical End Times teaching. Posts are from a Christian evangelical, premillennial and pro-Israel perspective. The Founding Director and Editor-In-Chief of Israel, Islam and End Times is Daniel Secomb. Daniel is an Australian Bible tea ...…
 
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Pr. Marlon's Blog
 
Photo by Levi XU on Unsplash For those of you who have witnessed a birth, it is an incredible experience. If you have ever experienced the birth of a family member or your own child, there is nothing like it. I am blessed to have witnessed the birth of both of my children. These were incredibly meaningful events that I will never forget. These ...…
 
A new MP3 sermon from Alpha and Omega Ministries is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: Report on Trip to Birmingham, South Africa, and London, Along with More Subtitle: The Dividing Line 2017 Speaker: Dr. James White Broadcaster: Alpha and Omega Ministries Event: Radio Broadcast Date: 8/29/2017 Length: 97 min. ( ...…
 
Original Air Date: May 29, 2014 In today’s program, JD discusses an article at Synergism Tomorrow in which Peter Lumpkins goes after Chuck Quarrles for ‘believing the Bible and stuff’ (that’s JD’s characterization) and then move to Jennifer Knap’s Lesbian memoir being published by a Christian Book publisher and JD discusses an article in which ...…
 
Marc Roby: We are resuming our study of biblical theology today by continuing to look at external evidence that corroborates the Bible. Last time, Dr. Spencer, you argued that the Genesis account of creation is not intended to be a scientific description of how the universe was created and also that it was not intended to tell us when the unive ...…
 
In this episode, we focus on the purpose of the laws in the story line of the Torah and the whole Bible. The story about the covenant that God made with the people of Israel at Mount Sinai makes up 2/3 of the entire Torah. There are 613 laws that God gives to Israel at Mount Sinai. In this lecture, we’ll talk about where the laws come in the st ...…
 
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Sovereign Grace Reformed Church
 
A new MP3 sermon from Sovereign Grace Reformed Church is now available on SermonAudio.com with the following details: Title: A Pastor's Passionate Prayer Subtitle: Philippians Speaker: Matthew Thornton Broadcaster: Sovereign Grace Reformed Church Event: Sunday Service Date: 7/23/2017 Bible: Philippians 1:9-11 Length: 43 min. (64kbps) Overview: ...…
 
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Pr. Marlon's Blog
 
Photo by Quino Al on Unsplash Making Disciples The book of Deuteronomy culminates the Torah or the Pentateuch, the five books of Moses. The name Deuteronomy literally means "Repeated Law." Another title for this books is “Words” which is taken from its opening, “These are the words which Moses spoke …” (Deuteronomy 1) Think of Deuteronomy as Mo ...…
 
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Axe to the Root with Bojidar Marinov
 
Host Bojidar Marinov Description “Ethically and judicially, making an authority of celebrities in the churches is not different than making an authority of celebrities in the political world.” Listen Transcript Welcome to Episode 57 of Axe to the Root Podcast, part of the War Room Productions, I am Bo Marinov, and for the next 30 minutes we wil ...…
 
A Serving Community sermon notes The Church: A Called-Out Serving Community Passage: Various Sunday August 13, 2017 Pastor Paul L. Davis Key Goals: (Know) Understand the power of servanthood. (Feel) Develop a desire to serve God. (Do) Serve. Introduction: There are only a few times in my life when I have been utterly amazed, but this was one of ...…
 
A Serving Community sermon notes The Church: A Called-Out Serving Community Passage: Various Sunday August 13, 2017 Pastor Paul L. Davis Key Goals: (Know) Understand the power of servanthood. (Feel) Develop a desire to serve God. (Do) Serve. Introduction: There are only a few times in my life when I have been utterly amazed, but this was one of ...…
 
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Thinking on Scripture with Steven Cook
 
Forms of Divine Revelation The revelation of God in creation (Ps. 19:1-2; Rom. 1:18-20).Revelation in Christ (John 1:18; 14:9). Jesus is a revelation of the Father to mankind; yet, we know about Jesus only from Scripture.Revelation in the written Word (1 Thess. 2:13; cf. 2 Tim. 3:16-17; 2 Pet. 1:20-21). Special Revelation God the Holy Spirit il ...…
 
"The grace of God be upon you"; what does that truly mean? prophet Mary will take us through John 3:16 and cross reference it with other passages to show what is wrapped in Eternal Life for those who believe. Prophet Mary Washington audio bible commentary expounds of the Believer’s Entitlement in Christ. If you need the victory over anything, t ...…
 
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Veritas Community Church - (Dayton) - Sermon Audio
 
Galatians 5:16-26 The way of the flesh is an ever present danger, therefore we must follow the way of the cross as those who belong to Jesus. RESOURCES: ESV Study Bible; Commentaries by Timothy George, Philip Graham Ryken, Martin Luther, and John Stott; The Cost of Discipleship by Dietrich Bonhoeffer…
 
As we’ve seen in other episodes, theologically, the Church spent the 4th & 5th Cs figuring out exactly how to articulate what it believed about the nature of God & Jesus. The main questions it dealt with in the 5th thru 7th Cs, centered on how God saves the lost. Theologians were consumed with properly understanding God’s grace, free will, and ...…
 
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History of the Christian Church
 
As we’ve seen in other episodes, theologically, the Church spent the 4th & 5th Cs figuring out exactly how to articulate what it believed about the nature of God & Jesus. The main questions it dealt with in the 5th thru 7th Cs, centered on how God saves the lost. Theologians were consumed with properly understanding God’s grace, free will, and ...…
 
A new podcast that is aimed at fans of Harry Potter is becoming a religious substitute for some millennials. This podcast reads a chapter per episode of Harry Potter as though it's a sacred text like the Bible. A Whittle Bit of Commentary. No Fake News. Just Chad's Views. Copyright 2017 Chad Whittle
 
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