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#80 - Season 4 Kickoff in the Book of Exodus (Ex. 1-2)

#80 - Season 4 Kickoff in the Book of Exodus (Ex. 1-2)

October 11, 2021

The beginning of season 4! In today’s episode we introduce the book of Exodus and discuss the first two chapters of the book:

  • threads between Genesis and Exodus: it’s one story
  • the fruitful multiplication of God’s people in Egypt
  • Pharaoh who fears man and the midwives who fear God
  • the saving of Moses’ life
  • how Moses and Noah were both on an ark
  • Moses growing up
  • how Moses killing the Egyptian was not a sin
  • Moses, Elijah, and Jesus all in the wilderness
  • Moses’ life foreshadowing Israel’s story later in Exodus
  • God’s covenant faithfulness

 

 

Join us this season for a journey through Exodus (every Monday) and some incredible interview guests (every other Thursday).

 

References

  • Episode on Genesis w/ Rob Snyder — see episode #16

 

 

Helpful Resources on Exodus:

 

 

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#79 - What’s This About a Holy Kiss? (2 Cor. 13)

#79 - What’s This About a Holy Kiss? (2 Cor. 13)

July 5, 2021

In this episode we discuss 2 Cor. 13 to wrap up season 3! Thank you for listening, and we look forward to being back to jump into the book of Exodus.

 

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#78 - Paul as the Opposite of Gilderoy Lockhart (2 Cor. 12)

#78 - Paul as the Opposite of Gilderoy Lockhart (2 Cor. 12)

June 21, 2021

In this episode we discuss 2 Cor. 12, a chapter in the book of 2 Corinthians that is rather well-known for its strong emphasis on Christ’s power being displayed through our weakness. In addition to this theme, we also talk about Paul’s vision, “boasting,” and conflict with his flesh.

 

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#77 - The Anti-Prosperity Gospel (2 Cor. 11)

#77 - The Anti-Prosperity Gospel (2 Cor. 11)

June 14, 2021

In this episode we discuss 2 Cor. 11, the longest chapter in the book of 2 Corinthians. In addition to understanding the foolish boasting discussed, we hope that you are encouraged by the Scripture and our conversation to push forward in the fight against darkness and be willing to endure risk and hardship for the spread of the gospel.

 

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#76 - Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits w/ Dr. Ashley Hales

#76 - Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits w/ Dr. Ashley Hales

June 10, 2021

Today’s interview is with author, speaker, and podcast host Dr. Ashley Hales. She talks to us about how placing limits on our lives actually increases our freedom, the role of limiting social media in placing limits, differentiating between biblical rest and unbiblical laziness, and God’s vision for community.

 

Her forthcoming book, A Spacious Life: Trading Hustle and Hurry for the Goodness of Limits, releases this September — check it out!

 

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#75 - The Week of Dreams and Looking Ahead (2 Cor. 10)

#75 - The Week of Dreams and Looking Ahead (2 Cor. 10)

June 7, 2021

In today’s episode we continue our weekly time in 2 Corinthians, looking at chapter 10. Chapter 10 is a pivotal chapter in 2 Corinthians as we get a transition from themes of reconciliation and unity to confrontation.

 

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#74 - Farming to God’s Glory (2 Cor. 9)

#74 - Farming to God’s Glory (2 Cor. 9)

May 31, 2021

Today we discuss 2 Cor. 9, diving into generosity, willingness to give, God’s provision, and how thanksgiving to God brings glory to God.

 

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#73 - The Importance of Deuteronomy w/ Dr. Kyong-Jin Lee

#73 - The Importance of Deuteronomy w/ Dr. Kyong-Jin Lee

May 27, 2021

Today’s interview is with Dr. Kyong-Jin Lee, who is Associate Professor of Old Testament Studies at Fuller Seminary in Pasadena, CA. Dr. Lee talks to us about why Deuteronomy is so important for understanding the rest of the Old Testament, Israel’s relationship with other nations as they show God’s glory to the world, the theme of covenant, and seeing God’s law as a blessing rather than as a barrier or limitation. The entire conversation made Deuteronomy feel immensely practical, helpful, and fruitful for God’s people. We hope you enjoy the conversation!

 

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#72 - Tea, Tatís, Titus, and Tithing (2 Cor. 8)

#72 - Tea, Tatís, Titus, and Tithing (2 Cor. 8)

May 24, 2021

In today’s episode we continue our Monday series through 2 Corinthians, looking at the generosity of the Macedonians, the gospel and its implications for our giving, and integrity amongst the people of God.

 

Scripture referenced outside of 2 Corinthians:

  • Ex. 16:18
  • 1 Cor. 12
  • Gal. 1:10
  • Eph. 1-2
  • Phil. 2:5-11

 

Article referenced:

 

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#71 - 1.5 Corinthians (2 Cor. 7)

#71 - 1.5 Corinthians (2 Cor. 7)

May 17, 2021

In our 71st episode today, we jump into 2 Cor. 7 and discuss holiness, godly grief vs. worldly grief, Paul’s “letter of tears,” and more.

 

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