Paul gives instructions to the old and the young. Salvation is by grace and for all people. And belonging to God is the only way to be free. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel begin Paul’s letter to Titus. Paul emphasizes being a father in the common faith and tells Titus to place men of certain qualities in positions to proclaim and defend that common faith. And anyone who believes more than Jesus is necessary is to be silenced. Have a listen!
Paul charges Timothy to preach the word at all times. Paul has been poured out like a drink offering. And Lord is the source of all strength. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
The last days are full of sinners and those that deny the power of the gospel. Christians should expect persecution. And all scripture is breathed out by God. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul tells Timothy that strength is found in the grace of Jesus Christ. What does it mean that God will deny us if we deny Him, yet God remains faithful when we are faithless? And every Christian has been baptized into honorable use. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel begin Paul’s second letter to Timothy. Paul addresses Timothy as his child and tells him not to be afraid of preaching the gospel. Paul’s death is near, and Timothy is concerned but Paul is not. And Paul gives thanks for those who did not abandon him. Have a listen!
Paul continues to give instructions for the church concerning widows. Make sure your elders are taken care of. Timothy should drink some wine for his stomach. And every believer has both sin and good works. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul says that “Jesus is the Savior of all people, especially of those who believe” is a trustworthy statement. Paul doesn’t want Timothy to let people despise his youth, nor does he want him to be careless with his speech. And if you let your widowed mother go hungry, you’re worse than an unbeliever. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul has instructions for Timothy as he appoints leaders and servants in the church. The mystery of Godliness is Jesus Christ. And some will depart from the faith as they make up laws about eating, drinking and getting married. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Paul wants Christians to pray for all people because Jesus died for all people. The church is called to preach the gospel. Does Paul have a problem with braided hair? And a woman saves the world through childbearing. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Erick and Dan begin Paul’s first letter to Timothy. There are people who need to be corrected and others that have been turned over to Satan. The law is only good if used lawfully. And there is one saying that is trustworthy and deserving of full acceptance. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel wrap up Paul’s 2nd letter to the Thessalonians. Paul has confidence in the steadfastness of God. Some people want to quit working and wait for Jesus to return, but Paul says this is growing weary of doing good. And nothing is better than peace. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel dive into Paul’s 2nd letter to the Thessalonians. There is much about persecution, the coming of Christ, and the man of lawlessness. The church is growing in faith and love, but it’s God doing all the verbs. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel wrap up Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians. Jesus is coming for the living and the dead. Christians grieve, but they grieve differently. And sanctification is completely in the hands of God. Have a listen!
The word of God is powerful. Timothy was sent into persecution because Paul couldn’t take not knowing how the church was doing. Sanctification is the will of God And let’s all live quiet lives. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel begin Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians in this episode. Paul is thankful for the Thessalonian church and wants them to fix their eyes on Jesus but not only look for His second coming. Instead, live in a worthy manner. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel wrap up the according to Mark in this episode. Jesus has risen from the dead! This is wonderful news, and Mark seems content to leave it right there. But more is written. How do they deal with the long ending of Mark? Have a listen!
Jesus is taken away to be mocked, beaten, and crucified. Jesus is reviled by those attending His public death and refuses to drink wine when it is offered. Jesus eventually dies and the curtain of the temple is torn in two. Jesus is in the tomb, but Sunday is coming. Have a listen!
Erick and Daniel recorded this episode live at Faith Lutheran High School in Las Vegas. Jesus is arrested and put on trial. Pilate doesn’t want to crucify Jesus, but the religious leaders would rather a murderer go free than Jesus not die. Have a listen!
Jesus celebrates the Passover with his disciples and institutes the Lord’s Supper. They are told they will soon all abandon Jesus, but Peter pushes back. Jesus prays in Gethsemane under great distress while his disciples struggle to stay awake. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen!
Jesus continues talking about the last days and his second coming. The religious leaders plot to arrest and kill Jesus while he is hanging out with a former leper. And a woman pours a very expensive flask of ointment on Jesus’ head. Have a listen!
Jesus asks a question about who David’s son is. A widow gives an offering that makes Jesus’ point about the religious leaders. And the temple is going to be destroyed because the last days are upon us all. Erick and Daniel discuss all of this. Have a listen.