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David, A Man after God's own Heart - 5 Studies (John Owen)
4日前
David, A Man after God's own Heart - 5 Studies (John Owen)
These studies on David centre on his life before he became king. All men of faith have highs and lows in their lives. David was no exception. In all the studies we are able to see God working in David's life; bringing people in who help mould David so he is prepared to be the king. The 1st study hones in on David conquering the giant Goliath – a type of the diabolos, the whole episode points to our Lord Jesus' victory over sin. The 2nd study looks at David's friendship with Jonathan whose soul was bound together with David's, in love for God. The study follows David as he has to run for his life and spend years in the wilderness of Judah, betrayed at times, desperately close to danger, but learning through the challenges to put his trust in Yahweh alone. The 3rd study focuses on David’s ability to shape mighty men through teaching them about God. People who were struggling with life were transformed to take on the world. A great parallel to our lives in Christ, where not many mighty are called, yet "we can do all things through Christ who strengthens us". In the 4th study, we see the hand of God in David's life in the provision of Abigail, a help - meet for him. In Abigail's character we see so many useful lessons on how to behave wisely in the most challenging of circumstances. The final study looks as much at Saul, it shows how the final week of Saul’s life parallels David’s defeat of Amalek and helps to underline how in David we have a type of our Lord Jesus Christ. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christadelphians-talk/message
Allowing the voice of God to speak to our hearts - 4 Studies (Ryan King)
4日前
Allowing the voice of God to speak to our hearts - 4 Studies (Ryan King)
God speaks to us in many different ways, but one of the most important ways is through our hearts. When we open our hearts to God, He can speak to us through His Word, through our thoughts and feelings, and through the circumstances of our lives. There are a few things we can do to allow the voice of God to speak to our hearts: We can confess our sins. When we sin, it creates a barrier between us and God that makes it difficult to hear His voice. When we confess our sins, we remove this barrier and allow God to speak to us more clearly. We can read the Bible with an open heart. The Bible is God's Word, and it is one of the most powerful ways that He speaks to us. When we read the Bible with an open heart, we are inviting God to speak to us through His Word. We can be still and listen. Sometimes the best way to hear God's voice is to simply be still and listen. This means setting aside time each day to quiet our minds and hearts so that we can hear what God is saying to us. We can ask God to speak to us. We can simply ask God to speak to us, and He will. He may speak to us through a Scripture verse, a thought, a feeling, or a circumstance. When we allow the voice of God to speak to our hearts, we are opening ourselves up to a deeper relationship with Him. We are also allowing Him to guide us and direct our lives in the way that is best for us. Here are some additional tips for allowing the voice of God to speak to your heart: Be patient. It may take some time to develop the ability to hear God's voice clearly. Don't get discouraged if you don't hear Him right away. Just keep practicing and asking Him to speak to you. Be open to whatever He says. Don't try to control what God says to you. Just be open to whatever He has to say, even if it's not what you were expecting. Act on what He says. When you hear God's voice, don't just ignore it. Take action on what He says. This is how you will grow in your relationship with Him. Allowing the voice of God to speak to our hearts is a journey. It takes time, patience, and effort. But it is a journey that is worth taking. When we allow the voice of God to speak to our hearts, we are opening ourselves up to a deeper relationship with Him and a more fulfilling life. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christadelphians-talk/message
Behold i come, Blessed, is he that Watch - 4 Studies (Steven Hornhardt)
4日前
Behold i come, Blessed, is he that Watch - 4 Studies (Steven Hornhardt)
In the book of Revelation, Jesus Christ warns his followers that he will come again, "as a thief in the night." This means that his coming will be unexpected and sudden. Jesus tells his followers to "watch" and to be prepared for his coming. He says that those who are watching will be "blessed." the phrase "behold I come blessed is he that watcheth" is a reminder to Christians to be prepared for the coming of Christ. This means living a life of faith and obedience to God. It also means being aware of the signs of the times and being ready for Christ's return at any moment. Here are some examples of how Christians can "watch" for the coming of Christ: Studying the Bible: The Bible is full of prophecies about the Second Coming of Christ. By studying the Bible, Christians can learn more about what to expect when Christ returns. Praying: Prayer is a way of communicating with God. By praying, Christians can ask God to help them to be prepared for his coming. Living a life of faith: A life of faith is a life that is lived in accordance with God's will. By living a life of faith, Christians can demonstrate their love for God and their readiness for his coming. Being aware of the signs of the times: The Bible says that there will be certain signs that will indicate the coming of Christ. By being aware of these signs, Christians can be more prepared for his return. The phrase "behold I come blessed is he that watcheth" is a call to action for all Christians. It is a reminder that we should always be prepared for the coming of Christ, no matter when it may happen. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christadelphians-talk/message
Audio Book: The Enormous TINY Experiment
5日前
Audio Book: The Enormous TINY Experiment
In an attempt to create a true Paradise, Professor Lemans uses his vast resources and scientific genius to miniaturize life. With 21 'Tinys' in a secret, domed terrarium, the Professor believes his beautiful world will be the happiest place on earth, free from all catastrophes and suffering. However, every month for the Tinys equals a normal human year. As they rapidly grow and learn, will the Tinys find the happiness the Professor believes is possible? Will life be an idyllic, fun-filled adventure from one day to the next, or will unpredictable events cause hardship even in Paradise? The Enormous Tiny Experiment collection is a new series by Anna Tikvah. Appealing to younger teens, this rather zany, impossible setting provides a framework to explore the love and purpose God has for His creation from a different point of view. In this set of three novels, an atheistic Professor discovers a way to miniaturize life, and attempts to shelter his ‘creation’ from suffering and catastrophe. As the Professor proudly plays ‘god’ to the 21 Tinys in the amazing terrarium he designed, he gradually comes to empathize with the dilemmas and decisions that his own, unacknowledged Creator faces daily. What happens when some don’t enjoy his perfect world? What happens when jealousy, selfishness and misunderstandings ruin friendships and lead to tears? What happens when the gift of knowledge leads to destruction rather than benefitting the community? What happens when rules are created on a whim, or expanded upon by others? What happens when personal bias collides with free will? Sadly, in the Professor’s valiant attempts to create a world without suffering, he overlooked one obvious flaw… a flaw that undermines everything he thought he had figured out. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/christadelphians-talk/message