Jesus is rejected in his hometown. John the Baptizer is beheaded because of a foolish promise made by Herod. And Jesus is tired but can’t help but miraculously feed more than 5000 people. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this.
Jesus is tired and escapes the crowd with his disciples in a boat. A storm arises and the disciples think they are all going to die. Jesus is seeking out a man living among tombs. Demons are destroyed in baptism. And on his way to heal a man’s daughter, a sick woman grabs a hold of Jesus in faith. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this.
Jesus’ mother and brothers come to Him, but He views His family as something different. Jesus then starts telling parables about sowing, soil, a lamp, and a mustard seed. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen.
Jesus and his disciples are accused of breaking the Sabbath. Jesus asks the religious leaders if they’ve ever read the scriptures. And some blaspheme in a way that Jesus says is unforgivable. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this.
A Paralytic man is lowered through a roof to get to Jesus. The Scribes are scandalized when Jesus forgives sin. Matthew is called to follow Jesus. The “righteous” don’t understand why Jesus is hanging out with sinners or what He means by new wine. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this.
Jesus calls His first disciples. Jesus begins healing people and casting out demons. And a leper cannot follow the instructions of Jesus after he is healed. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this.
Erick and Daniel begin the Gospel According to Mark in this episode. Jesus is baptized and then tempted in the wilderness in the first 15 verses. Mark moves fast and there is a lot to discuss. Have a listen!
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Erick and Daniel wrap up Paul’s letter to the Colossians in this episode. Paul addresses households and work as a Christian. He wants us to walk in wisdom in dealing with those outside the church. And grace is the salt of speech. Have a listen!
Paul says not to let any disqualify you for things like what you eat and drink. The law is no good at making you good. And something is going to rule in your heart, so let it be the peace of Christ. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul says he is “filling up what is lacking Christ’s afflictions” but what does he mean by that? He wants the church to have full assurance and roots that assurance in Christ and sin being nailed to the cross. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel begin Paul’s letter to the Colossians in this episode. They introduce the book and provide some context for who Paul is writing to and some of the things he will address. Jesus is Lord of everything and staying in the faith isn’t as complicated as you may think. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel wrap up Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. He talks to servants and masters about what it means to belong to Christ regardless of your station in life. We aren’t at war with other people so put on the armor of God and fight a different foe. Have a listen!
Paul tells us to walk wisely which involves a lot of submission. He addresses husbands and wives and parents and children while bringing out a baptism reference that is often missed. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Be angry and don’t sin. Keep your mouth shut if someone doesn’t know you love them. And imitate God. These texts are hard to read if you don’t know the difference between law and gospel. Erick and Daniel discuss it all. Have a listen!
Paul says to “walk worthy of your calling” but what does that mean? What does it mean to speak the truth in love? And how does death to self result in being clothed in the likeness of God? Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
All hostility has been killed in the cross of Christ. All people are joined together in Christ. Paul says a mystery has been revealed to him and his suffering shouldn’t result in the people losing heart. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
All things have been placed under Christ’s feet and we have been placed in Christ. Paul has some bad news about the condition we are all born in but follows it with one of the clearest gospel passages in all of the scriptures. Erick and Daniel talk about all these things. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel begin Paul’s letter to the Ephesians. Paul talks about how everything God does concerning salvation and everything he gives us is in Christ. Love is God’s motivation in salvation, and the Holy Spirit is the guarantee. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel wrap up Paul’s letter to the Galatians. Paul talks about restoring those caught in sin, bearing one another’s burdens, and not thinking you are something when you are nothing. Reaping and sowing, viewing the world as crucified, and boasting in nothing but Christ is all discussed. Have a listen!
Paul explains what it means to be called to freedom and how it is opposed to biting and devouring one another? What does it mean to walk by the Spirit? And what is the difference between works and fruit? Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul gives a law/history lesson to show that salvation is only found through promise. The point of being set free is to be free. And if circumcision (or any other work) contributes to salvation, keep on cutting. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul talks about what it means to be an heir of a kept promise. Why the law and the principles of the world are the same. And what it means to be known by God. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel recorded this episode in person while in Dallas, Texas. Paul explains what it means to be a child of promise, how baptism assures you of this no matter who you are, and why this new identity destroys everything that would divide us. Have a listen!
Paul calls the Galatians foolish for believing that anything but faith in Christ contributes to justification. Why does the law bring a curse? Why is the law not of faith? And how has God blessed the nations through Abraham? Erick and Daniel discuss these things in this episode. Have a listen!