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info_outline s101: Humbled to Exalted 05/08/2020
s101: Humbled to Exalted Philippians 2: 5-11 The apostle Paul continues his thoughts on unity among the body of Christ. In our passage today, he shares the greatest example for us to follow, the example of Christ. Today we discuss the importance of humility and sacrificial love as we consider how we may continue in unity.
info_outline s100: Encouragement 04/21/2020
s100: Encouragement We could all use a little encouragement from time to time. Certainly today an encouraging word is needed. Looking at several examples in Scripture we see those, who even in difficult circumstances, did not quit. They did not give up but honored the Lord where they were. Today, let's honor Him where we are.
info_outline s99: Hope In The Resurrection 04/14/2020
s99: Hope In The Resurrection In this episode, we continue a discussion of hope. In 1 Corinthians 15 Paul discusses the resurrection of the body. Because Jesus overcame the grave, Christians have a glorious hope. Links: to email updates Music provided by Eric Gwin. Visit
info_outline s98: Hope In God's Promise 04/07/2020
s98: Hope In God's Promise Today's episode begins a series of discussions of Biblical hope. The apostle Paul states one reason for his hope is the "promise made by God to our fathers" (ref. ). The shared hope we have as Christians in part based on God's promises. Links: Music provided by Eric Gwin. Visit
info_outline s96: Old and New 03/17/2020
s96: Old and New In Mark 2, Jesus is asked a question about fasting, "Why do the disciples of John and of the Pharisees fast, but Your disciples do not fast?". Answering this question, Jesus provides three pictures, a wedding feast, an old garment, and new wine. How do these images relate to His kingdom?
info_outline s95: Our Greatest Need 03/03/2020
s95: Our Greatest Need What is our greatest need? In Mark 2, Jesus heals a paralytic man. However, it's what Jesus said that sent shockwaves through the house and throughout the neighboring communities, "Son, your sins are forgiven you." Looking at this text, we are reminded of our greatest need, the forgiveness of our sins and to be in the presence of the Lord.
info_outline s94: The Baptism of Jesus 02/25/2020
s94: The Baptism of Jesus We want to share episode 94 of The SimplyRevised Podcast with you. In this episode, we begin a journey of lessons based on the Gospel of Mark. Today, Steve shares about the baptism of Jesus. At the baptism of Jesus, Mark shares several very powerful images in just a few sentences. We notice the revelation of who Jesus is, we see a King and His kingdom, Jesus as Provider, and Jesus as our way of escape. We hope that you will join us and share your comments with us on today’s episode.
info_outline s92: Bible Study 01/21/2020
s92: Bible Study In today's episode, Chris McCurley joins us to talk about studying God's Word. I hope you enjoy the conversation as Chris shares five very important thoughts to keep in mind when studying the Bible. 1. Our Approach 2. Establishing Guardrails 3.Plan for success 4. Principles of interpretation 5. Application
info_outline s91: Reading God's Word 01/07/2020
s91: Reading God's Word Reading has always been a struggle for me and reading the Bible is no different. The Bible is a large book filled with different styles of writing. However, this should not discourage us as Christians from reading and studying God's Word. In today's episode, we discuss some practical tips for studying and reading the Bible.
info_outline s89: God's Amazing Love (pt. 3) 11/05/2019
s89: God's Amazing Love (pt. 3) Today as we consider God’s Amazing Love we focus on the hope we have in Christ. In this series, we have been considering the words of the popular hymn “Why Did My Savior Come To Earth”, written by J. G. Daily in 1892. The last verse, “Till Jesus comes I’ll sing His praise, And then to glory go, And reign with Him thru endless days, Because He loved me so!” directs our thoughts to the hope found in Christ.
info_outline s88: God's Amazing Love (pt. 2) 10/22/2019
s88: God's Amazing Love (pt. 2) A familiar, beloved hymn begins with the words, “Why Did My Savior Come to Earth?” Written by J. G. Dailey in 1892, this hymn asks a very important question. In this series, we will take a closer look at the lyrics of Mr. Dailey’s song. "Why did He drink the bitter cup of sorrow, pain, and woe? Why on the cross be lifted up? Because He loved me so!” In part two of this series, we discuss the access we have to the Father through Christ.
info_outline s87: God's Amazing Love (pt. 1) 10/08/2019
s87: God's Amazing Love (pt. 1) Today's episode begins a new series of conversations based on the song "Why Did My Savior Come To Earth?" written by J.G. Daily in 1892. Jesus came to preach the gospel. He came to heal the brokenhearted. He came to set free the captives. He came to provide recovery of sight to the blind, and He came to proclaim the year of the Lord. Join the conversation and be sure to share your thoughts with us on today's episode.
info_outline s86: Reassurance 09/17/2019
s86: Reassurance Continuing with a few thoughts from Psalm 34, in today's episode we discuss the reassurance we can find in God's Word. There are times when we feel alone and isolated. Does God leave us? Can we find comfort in His promises? Join us today as we discuss the reassurance we find in God's Word.
info_outline s84: Trusting Him 09/03/2019
s84: Trusting Him In this episode, Steve continues a discussion of Psalm 34. It is important for us to know who we are placing our trust in. If we are not careful, we can begin to trust in our abilities instead of the Lord's completed work. Our salvation is in Christ and not ourselves. Keeping this in mind and setting our first priority on Him will help us live the type of life the Lord desires. Join the discussion today as we think about Psalm 34.
info_outline s81: Busy Times 08/08/2019
s81: Busy Times It's that time of year again, school is starting! With the new school year, summer is winding down and our schedules get full. On this episode, we talk about maintaining our focus when things get busy and share a few tips we are practicing in our home.