As mortals we are on a journey to move from being broken to healed, and it is the Lord who is our attending physician.
The stories in the New Testament are not only about the halt, the blind, and the person afflicted with leprosy. They are about us, and our universal need for his healing touch. How can we become better at praying? It is a question that most of us ask ourselves as serious disciples of Jesus Christ.
In these chapters from the Sermon on the Mount, the Lord Himself teaches us how to pray. If the Lord says this is how we should pray, then, there is something deep to learn.
Other interesting questions arise in these chapters. What does it mean to judge not?
How can I beware of false prophets without making judgment calls? And what is my duty to forgive others? These are meaty question to discuss, so come join us for this minute podcast by Scot and Maurine Proctor. In this minute podcast, Scot and Maurine Proctor explore the rich meanings behind the Sermon on the Mount that invite us to change the entire way we consider life.
One story reinforces and points back or forward to the next. For instance, both the wedding at Cana and the visit to Nicodemus at night are teaching the same thing—an idea the casual reader might miss.
Jesus goes into the wilderness, fasting for 40 days, to commune with his Father, and then when he is famished, Satan comes upon him with temptation. As the arch liar who has eons of practice, he uses types of temptations on the Savior, which he also uses on all of us.
What these are and how the Savior resists him is a profound teaching for us all. This minute podcast by Scot and Maurine Proctor speaks of John, the baptism of Jesus, and a remarkable image of the atonement that few of us know about, but is here in plain language in the JST.
Study with us this week and tell your friends. The surprise is that there are hidden gems and ideas in these chapters we might not have seen before. We will look at implications of being barren in that time, the identity and stewardship of Gabriel, as well as details of the story that are significant and often missed.
It is just fun exploring these important stories together.
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Come study with us! I even decades ago bought a large book by you. It had wonderful large photos of early church history. May I make a suggestion? I listen to a lot of podcasts during tasks that are pure repetition that happily allow me to concentrate on subjects that fascinate me - including yours. If someone reads to me my mind wanders - even if the subject is wonderful and the reading is filled with new insights. Thank you for the fine service you render to us listeners and readers.
I take notes as fast as I can and am grateful for the transcripts of the most recent podcasts I have listened to. Are you planning to go back and add transcripts of podcasts ? These podcasts are just wonderful and I'm so grateful for the added insights they add to my gospel study this year.
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