“What exactly is the Word of God?” Preachers tell us it’s a really old book, but how could it have been such a book, to the authors who wrote about it?
In today’s podcast and post we continue our series “Psalms Greatest Hits” with a look at “Beth”, which is the second letter in the Hebrew alphabet and also the title of the next eight verses of Psalm 119.
Join me now as we slow down, and learn that the Word of God is not a cosmic rule book, but the gift of seeing which must be perceived and practiced within each moment, if it is to be applied for our freedom.
“Did you know the parable of the Sower is the first parable in each Gospel except John? Do you know why?
In today’s podcast and post, we backfill our series of “Seeing Beyond the Parables” with the cornerstone parable which starts them all off. I’ll list four observations which will allow us to see “the moral of the story.”
Join me now as we look at the relationship between the Sower and the soils, and extract it’s real meaning from 2000 years of Church history.
We skim over countless words everyday with endless communication, but what are we really saying? In today’s podcast, post and video we will contemplate words and follow them back to their Source.
Join me now as discover how these seemingly innocuous bits of non-empirically based reality, have latent within them, the power to make everything new.
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