ENCOURAGE, EQUIP,GROW, AND STRENGTHEN YOUR FAITH IN THE LORD
THE SIMPLYREVISED PODCAST
Encourage . Equip . Grow . Strengthen your faith in the Lord
HOSTED BY STEVE ELLIS
The SimplyRevised Podcast covers a wide variety of Bible lessons and topics designed to encourage, equip, grow, and strengthen your faith in the Lord. The SimplyRevised Podcast airs fortnightly.
s94: The Baptism of Jesus
February 25, 2020
In this episode, we begin a journey of lessons based on the Gospel of Mark. Today, Steve shares about the baptism of Jesus. At the baptism of Jesus, Mark shares several very powerful images in just a few sentences. We notice the revelation of who Jesus is, we see a King and His kingdom, Jesus as Provider, and Jesus as our way of escape. We hope that you will join us and share your comments with us on today’s episode.
This week Wes McAdams joins me on the simplyRevised Podcast as we talk about the importance of context. Wes shares some valuable lessons and tips with us and I hope you will be encouraged by this conversation.
Reading has always been a struggle for me and reading the Bible is no different. The Bible is a large book filled with different styles of writing. However, this should not discourage us as Christians from reading and studying God's Word. In today's episode, we discuss some practical tips for studying and reading the Bible.
Today as we consider God’s Amazing Love we focus on the hope we have in Christ. In this series, we have been considering the words of the popular hymn “Why Did My Savior Come To Earth”, written by J. G. Daily in 1892.
"Why did He drink the bitter cup of sorrow, pain, and woe? Why on the cross be lifted up? Because He loved me so!” In part two of this series, we discuss the access we have to the Father through Christ.
Today's episode begins a new series of conversations based on the song "Why Did My Savior Come To Earth?" written by J.G. Daily in 1892. Jesus came to preach the gospel. He came to heal the brokenhearted. He came to set free the captives. He came to provide recovery of sight to the blind, and He came to proclaim the year of the Lord. Join the conversation and be sure to share your thoughts with us on today's episode.
Continuing with a few thoughts from Psalm 34, in today's episode we discuss the reassurance we can find in God's Word. There are times when we feel alone and isolated. Does God leave us? Can we find comfort in His promises? Join us today as we discuss the reassurance we find in God's Word.