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More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music

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More Than a Song is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to helping you discover the truth of Scripture hidden in today's popular Christian music. Each episode teaches you to connect portions of God's Word with the songs you're singing along with on the radio to help you meditate on Truths that will transform your way of thinking and, ultimately, your life.

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More Than a Song is a bi-weekly podcast dedicated to helping you discover the truth of Scripture hidden in today's popular Christian music. Each episode teaches you to connect portions of God's Word with the songs you're singing along with on the radio to help you meditate on Truths that will transform your way of thinking and, ultimately, your life.

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English

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#495: "Walk With Jesus” by Consumed By Fire

7/15/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Who are your top five closest friends? Have you ever thought that those you spend the most time with determine your direction? And your direction determines your destination. When Consumed By Fire sings "Walk With Jesus," we are reminded that we are better off following in Christ's footsteps. What does it mean to walk with Jesus? Let's explore Scripture together. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideEpisode 494Episode 123Episode 447Additional Resources NewReleaseToday.comAmazon Paid LinkNew Release Today ArticleLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge This is the perfect week to download the Episode Guide because I have listed all the Scriptures I reference that reveal the metaphor of walking throughout the Old Testament. Then, start in 1 John and let it lead you to John 15 and Colossians 2 to explore abiding and walking with Jesus. Finally, spend some time in the beginning chapters of Proverbs with your antenna up for walking, paths, and ways, and see what you can learn from there. And if your feet are currently on the wrong path, consider this your “exit ahead” sign to get off the path you’re on and join hands with the Way, the Truth, and the Life. Choose today to walk with Jesus. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:25:08

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Special Edition: Rachel Cash of Mixtape Theology on Friday With Friends

7/5/2024
Send us a Text Message. While my podcast is a solo show, I still want a venue to introduce you to these friends as examples of the multifaceted ways God works in and through His people. In this episode, I have the privilege of hosting my friend Rachel Cash, co-author of Mixtape Theology, to talk about her dedication to God's Word and the pivotal decisions she made to lead her to this stage in life. It won't take you long to understand why Rachel and I are friends. Scriptural truths overflow out of her heart, and she remains on a path to go deeper and deeper. Both Mixtape Theology, the podcast, and Mixtape Theology, the book, are part devotional and part 90s retrospective. Similar to how More Than a Song explores contemporary Christian music, they explore the Bible verses behind their favorite 90s CCM songs, resulting in a fuller understanding of God and His redemptive plan. Memorable Mentions Snackable Theology by Andrew Doane Rachel discusses one of the motivating factors that keeps her in the Word: her God-given assignment to disciple her kids. She recommends "Snackable Theology" by Andrew Doane. Mixtape Theology by William "Ashley" Mofield and Rachel Cash Rachel explains the story behind the book Mixtape Theology: A Bible Study & Retrospective Inspired by 90s Contemporary Christian Music and Culture. Rachel shares that the book includes 35 devotions based on 90s CCM hit songs to deepen understanding of theological concepts and inspire meditation, obedience, and worship. It also includes 12 often humorous retrospectives that harness nostalgia to motivate readers to keep reading and studying—AND other fun comics and surprises for you to enjoy as you read. Savior by Steven Curtis Chapman Rachel talks about how Steven Curtis Chapman's song "Savior" led her to Scripture and deeper theology. This is a BONUS discussion as this devotion is not in the book. Enjoy the song above. Dwell App to listen to an audio version of Scripture A couple of Rachel's favorite ways to interact with Scripture are to understand the historical context and to listen to an audio version of the text. She likes the Dwell App. Connect With Rachel and Mixtape Theology www.mixtapetheology.comhttps://www.mixtapetheology.com/podcasthttps://books2read.com/mixtapetheologyhttps://www.goodreads.com/rachelcashInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeChange your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:27:36

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#494: "Grave Robber" by Crowder

6/24/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. I love a good play on words. When you do a quick Google search of grave robbers, you discover it's a worldwide phenomenon usually perpetrated to take and profit from valuable artifacts or personal property. Crowder’s song “Grave Robber” attributes this title to God. But not in the way we normally think of a body snatcher who digs up graves for their own economic benefit. No. Our grave robber is snatching our souls from eternal death. Moving from death to life is an important theme to study in Scripture. Join me on the journey from Ephesians to Romans, Genesis, and John. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideAmazon Paid LinkAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comAmazon Paid LinkAmazon Paid LinkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Study four areas of Scripture with your eyes set on this idea of death and life. Look closely at the walking dead in Ephesians 2. Understand the contrast between Adam and Jesus in Romans 5. Go back to the beginning to remind yourself of the details of original sin in Genesis 2 and 3. Soak in the words of Jesus in John 5. And if you haven’t done so, heed the call of the Grave Robber. Accept His free gift of salvation and walk in newness of life. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:23:06

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#493: "My God Can" by Katy Nichole (feat. Naomi Raine)

6/10/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Life can throw us curve balls that threaten to derail us. In fact, if we aren't rooted in Christ, we may even fall into despair. Katy Nichole and Naomi Raine sing about everything our God can do, even when we cannot. Their song "Our God Can" gives us a distinct area of Scripture to explore. Once we get there, you may discover even more than you imagined. When I settled into Paul's letter to the Philippians, I gained wisdom I can't wait to share with you. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comNew Release Today Article by Kevin DavisLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read and re-read Paul’s letter to the Philippians. This time, when you read it, consider Paul and his circumstances. Get your bearings as to the history of the church here by reading Acts 16. The more you read about Paul’s ministry in the book of Acts and his other letters, the more you understand his passions and how his current circumstances might affect him. Ask yourself, how can I apply Paul’s spiritual maturity to my own circumstances? Unlock the secret to your contentment in all circumstances by fixing your eyes on Jesus, as displayed in Philippians 2. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:24:59

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#492: "The Prodigal" by Josiah Queen

5/27/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Growing up, my mom and stepdad used to listen to Paul Harvey. He was a radio broadcaster famous for telling "the rest of the story." When Josiah Queen sings "The Prodigal," I'm sure you're thinking of the famous parable Jesus taught. However, we will study the "rest of the story in this episode." Because you see, the story of the prodigal son is only part of the story. Join me in the gospel of Luke as we place ourselves in the scene where Jesus teaches the parable of lost possessions. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideYouTube ShortAmazon Paid Linkhaberim Amazon Paid LinkAmazon Paid LinkAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comYouTube ShortAmazon Paid LinkAmazon Paid LinkAmazon Paid LinkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read Luke 14-16 several times before focusing your attention on the Parable of Lost Possessions in Luke 15. Read it as one parable with three panels. Consider the a Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:25:29

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#491: "Don't Stop Praying" by Matthew West

5/13/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. I need the reminder. I need the nudge. I get discouraged and feel the temptation to stop asking God for his __________________ (you fill in the blank). Matthew West exhorts us toward something the Bible says: "Don't Stop Praying." On a good day, I'll agree. On a bad day, I may whine, "Why should I?" That is the question we'll seek guidance from God's Word to answer. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideWebsite LinkAmazon Paid LinkEpisode 488Additional Resources NewReleaseToday.comKLove ArticleAmazon Paid LinkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Meditate on our focus verse, Ephesians 6:18, and study it in context to guide you to examine constant, persistent, sleepless, overcoming prayer throughout Scripture. Then, pick up the Episode Guide to walk you through six reasons for constant prayer Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:24:26

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#490: "I Believe" by Phil Wickham

4/29/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Do you know what you believe? Are you grounded in the knowledge and understanding of your faith? Our faith is not blind and unfounded. Rather, it is rooted in a Person Who brings all things from the darkness into light. Every once in a while, it's good to challenge yourself with what you believe -- relying on the truth of Scripture to weave together the tapestry of our faith. Phil Wickham's song, "I Believe," will guide us in discussing some very important details of what we believe as followers of Christ. Let's explore the Scripture behind some of the summary statements we sing along with in this song. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideAir1.com ArticleAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comAir1.com ArticleNewReleaseToday ArticleInternational Standard Bible EncyclopediaAmazon Paid LinkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge We end where we began. Use this song as a creed — a rehearsal of summary statements about what you believe. Shore up why you believe Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:22:58

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#489: "Faithfully” by TobyMac

4/15/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Can I give you some good news? God does not restrain His faithfulness. He doesn't hold back. TobyMac sings about it in his song "Faithfully," and David sings about it in Psalm 40. Tag along with me as we explore God's faithfulness together. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideYouTube VideoLogos Bible SoftwareAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comYouTube VideoWebinar Replay on YouTubeLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Spend some time in Psalm 40. Look for God's attributes, specifically His faithfulness. Then, take a trip to Hebrews 10 to see Jesus fulfilling parts of this Psalm. Finally, follow David’s lead and share what you’ve learned with a friend. Don’t keep the glad news of God’s deliverance to yourself. ‌ Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:23:56

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#488: "Counting My Blessings" by Seph Schlueter

4/1/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. To count our blessings is to name them and acknowledge our gratitude for the good things God has blessed us with. Seph Schlueter sings of this in his song "Counting My Blessings," and I use it to catapult us into the world of Jesus to see how He gave thanks in all circumstances. Let's explore Scripture together to deepen our knowledge as we practice giving thanks in our lives. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode GuideAmazon Paid LinkYouTube Videoeucharisteo BibleHub Word Studyeucharisteo Additional Resources NewReleaseToday.comYouTube ShortAmazon Paid LinkYouTube VideoLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Spend some time in 1 Thessalonians. Make a list of what Paul is thankful for. Then, make your own list of things you are thankful for. Be imitators of Christ in your eucharisteo. Read about Christ giving Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:22:14

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#487: "Manasseh” by Anna Golden

3/18/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Have you ever had that moment when you realize you are on the other side? On the other side of trauma. On the other side of betrayal. On the other side of pain, you thought for sure you would NEVER endure? This happened to Joseph and was commemorated by the birth of his firstborn son. When Anna Golden sings "Manasseh," she vividly brings these shared feelings to life -- these feelings of a patriarch from long ago shared with those of us who are on the other side of deep wounding. Let's examine Joseph's life this week as we tickle the chin of his newborn son, Manasseh. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadYouTube Audio LinkThe Bible Reset: Simple Breakthroughs to Make Scripture Come AliveAmazon Paid LinkLogos Bible SoftwareRick Warren's Bible Study MethodsAmazon Paid LinkThe Bible Project PodcastAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read or listen to Joseph's story in Genesis 37-50. Read repetitively and add to your study each time. Write down your first impressions (including questions) the first time you read the narrative. The second time you read through it, jot down the chronological timeline of Joseph's life. The third time you read through it, consider any shared experiences you and Joseph may have had. Pray and ask God to reveal Himself in the midst of Joseph's story (and yours). Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:25:16

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#486: "You've Already Won" by Shane & Shane

3/4/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. Have you ever re-watched a movie yet felt anxious during that scene where the obstacle seems too great to overcome? You know the end. You understand the main character overcomes that obstacle because you've watched the movie before, but it still keeps you on the edge of your seat. That's what I think of when I hear Shane & Shane sing "You've Already Won." I know Christ sits in heaven as the ultimate victor and that because I'm in Christ, I, too, am victorious. But I'm still swinging my sword in battles and sometimes wonder how it will all turn out. I want to add to your faith by diving deeper into Ephesians 1 with you in this episode. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadFriday With Friends InterviewBible Project VideoAmazon Paid LinkChristopher Hall Foundations 3 & 4Amazon Paid LinkAdditional Resources New Release Today ArticleGot Questions ArticleLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read and re-read Ephesians. Read it out loud. Read it in the same physical Bible to help with retention and recall. Then, sit down with a notebook and make a list of all of God's actions. We've started in chapter 1, but feel free to keep adding to your list as you interact with the text. Your faith will be strengthened as you rehearse all God has done for you. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:23:36

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#485: "Abandoned" by Benjamin William Hastings

2/19/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. I've recently seen several videos online of children laying hands on siblings in prayer or praying with deep and passionate charisma. It's adorable because they are acts not normally seen in children who are more likely to swipe their friend's toy than lay hands on them in prayer. But I learned a long time ago that children are mirrors of the environment around them. When Benjamin William Hastings sings "Abandoned," he longs to mirror the complete abandon he sees in the life of Christ. As an adopted child into the family of God, I, too, want to mirror Christ's life of abandonment to the purpose and will of God. Let's explore the entire gospel of Mark together to see what acts we can emulate. In this episode, I discuss: Episode Guide DownloadAir1 ArticleAmazon Paid LinkAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read the gospel of Mark. Read with a highlighter and pen in hand. Don’t take apart every verse, but look for the pattern of the life of Christ — a life abandoned to the will of God above all else. Then pray as Jesus did in the garden. Call on your relationship with God, reh Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:26:30

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Special Edition: Keith Ferrin on Friday With Friends

2/9/2024
Send us a Text Message. Welcome to Friday With Friends! I have the distinct privilege of meeting incredible followers of Christ who have amazing ministries, fascinating careers, and incredible hobbies and pet projects that flow out of their identity in Christ. While my podcast is a solo show, I still want a venue to introduce you to these friends as examples of the multifaceted ways God works in and through His people. In this episode, I have the privilege of hosting my friend, Keith Ferrin, to talk about his journey moving from "should" to "want" regarding reading and studying God's Word. We reminisce about the day we "met" over ten years ago when I reached out to him as a fellow believer in Christ to ask questions about podcasting. We were complete strangers, but he was generous with his knowledge and time. And while he moved on from podcasting to course creation, book authorship, speaking, and YouTube content creation, we've stayed in touch over the years. I can't wait for you to get to hear his story and glean from his wisdom. MEMORABLE MENTIONS Keith talks about his Bible Study for Beginners playlist on YouTube. If you've ever asked, "What translations should I use?" or "What book of the Bible should I start with?" or "How did we get the Bible?" or other Bible questions, this playlist is for you! During our chat, Keith discussed reading the Bible to hang out with Jesus. He also mentioned internalizing the Word of God. Keith offers two premiere online courses if you are interested in pursuing either of these things. AND he's offered a buy-one-get-one-free deal for my listeners! Head over to www.keithferrin.com/2courses and use the coupon code MICHELLEBOGO But the most generous offer is Keith's BibleLife Community membership. This membership includes access to ALL of Keith's books, courses, live teaching, and more. You can try it before you buy. Get the first four weeks for $4. CONNECT WITH KEITH www.keithferrin.comInstagramFacebookTwitterYouTubeChange your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:30:37

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#484: "Loved By You” by Riley Clemmons

2/5/2024
Send us a Text Message. CLICK HERE for the episode guide to help you connect with Scripture through this song. How can you get out of the mental pit you're in? If you do what Riley Clemmons did, you'll get away with God and focus on HIS plans to strengthen you. Riley's song, "Loved By You," inspired me to spend some time in Paul's letter to the Ephesians. In Ephesians, we'll learn together about the characteristics of God's "great love" for us. It's true -- you are loved by God. In this episode, I discuss: Episode Guide DownloadNew Release Today ArticleBibleHub.com Greek definitionWordHippo.com English definitionEpisode #478Additional Resources NewReleaseToday.comNewReleaseToday.comLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Dive into Ephesians. Read it all the way through. Read it out loud. Read it in various translations. Then, interact with the text to better understand God’s love. When you sing, “I am loved by You,” do you understand more about what kind of love God’s love really is? Finally, pray and ask God to grant you to be strengthened with power through the Spirit in your inner being so that you can comprehend and experience the love that He has for you and be rooted and grounded in that love. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:22:41

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#483: "Hallelujah Feeling" by Caleb & John

1/22/2024
Send us a Text Message. Don't forget to download the Episode Guide for THIS episode HERE. While our feelings are not reliable, solid evidence of God, the evidence of God in our lives has the power to impact our feelings. That's what Caleb & John are singing about in their song "Hallelujah Feeling." The Holy Spirit can fill us with joy and peace based on our right relationship with God. Let's explore Scripture together to see what it teaches us about being "born again." In this episode, I discuss: Episode Guide DownloadYouTube VideoEpisode #482Amazon Paid LinkBeing born again is not something you can just profess. Merely professing to be saved does not save Additional Resources NewReleaseToday.comYouTube VideoLogos Bible Software LinkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Study for yourself what the Scripture says about being born again. Start in John 3 and make your own observations from the conversation between Jesus and Nicodemus. Then head ove Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:23:41

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#482: "Fear Of God" by Brooke Ligertwood

1/8/2024
Send us a Text Message. Don't forget to download the Episode Guide for THIS episode HERE. A Chinese friend complained to me about how difficult learning English can be. For example, he lamented that the English word for "trunk" could reference the back of a car, a box, a part of an elephant, or men's swim shorts. Same word. Different meanings. I thought of this when listening to Brooke Ligertwood's song, "Fear Of God." In Scripture, the word for "fear" may mean something completely different depending on the context. Let's explore what it means to fear God, the results of fearing God, and how the fear of God can be expressed in our own lives. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadNew Release Today ArticleBibleProject.com VideoBibleHub.comAdditional Resources NewReleaseToday.comNew Release Today ArticleAmazon Paid LinkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read Peter's first letter to the believers scattered throughout the region of Asia Minor. Consider the context of Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:21:06

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#481: "Generous God (Gloria)" by Naomi Raine

12/25/2023
Send us a Text Message. Don't forget to download the Episode Guide for THIS episode HERE. It's Christmas! This is a season for giving, and I'm sure you have given gifts to those you love and maybe even some you don't even know. You have given the gift of your time, you have purchased gifts, and maybe even shared your talent. But were you GENEROUS? Naomie Raine sings of the generosity of God in her Christmas song, "Generous God (Gloria)." This week, I used it as inspiration to explore the generosity of God displayed in the birth story of Jesus. May we learn how to be more generous by looking deeply at our generous God. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadAdditional Resources New Release TodayLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read Matthew 1-2 and Luke 1-2. Consider reading the text aloud and in various translations. Read with a pen in your hand, making a list of how God displays His generosity in these passages of Scripture. Pray and ask God to reveal how you can better reflect His generous nature in your life. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:21:34

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#480: "Wonderful" by CAIN

12/11/2023
Send us a Text Message. Don't forget to download the Episode Guide for THIS episode HERE. Read the prophecy in Isaiah 9 and then read the birth account of Christ in Luke 1 and 2. Meditate on the name Wonderful Counselor. Consider the compassion of Christ. Seek the wisdom hidden in the robes of your Prince of Peace. Allow His words to be your counselors. Allow them to probe, confront, clarify, and guide you in paths of righteousness. We'll discover the first time the name Wonderful Counselor is prophesied and its fulfillment in the child born in a manger. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadAmazon Paid LinkGotQuestions.org ArticleAmazon Paid LinkAdditional Resources New Release TodayAmazon Paid LinkGotQuestion.org ArticleAmazon Paid LinkDiscover the Book Ministries ArticleLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read the prophecy in Isaiah 9 and then read the birth account of Christ in Luke 1 and 2. Meditate on the name Wonderful Counselor. Consider the compassion of Christ. Seek the wisdom hidden in the r Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:24:29

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#479: "Lead On Good Shepherd" by Patrick Mayberry

11/27/2023
Send us a Text Message. Don't forget to download the Episode Guide for THIS episode HERE. Did you ever get separated from your parents as a child? It's a terrifying experience as a mother to turn and realize your child has slipped away and is nowhere in sight. I've read stories where the child was so frightened they would hide in clothes racks until they heard their mother's call. Patrick Mayberry sings about our Good Shepherd in his song "Lead On Good Shepherd." Our Good Shepherd calls out for us like a mother for her lost child. He searches for us, listening for our response to His call. Then, he gathers our trembling bodies and carries us back to safety. The picture of a Good Shepherd is a thread woven throughout the Old and New Testaments. Let's pull on this thread together in this week's episode. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadYouTube Video LinkAmazon Paid Linkarticle linkWe should be slowing down and savoring God’s words more than we devour the words of others. Additional Resources New Release TodayKLove.com ArticleAmazon Paid Linkarticle linkLogos Bible Software Affiliate LinkThis Week's Challenge Read Psalm 23, Ezekiel 34, and Luke 15 this week. I’ve thrown out a pile of threads for you to examine in light of the whole. Take one thread, untangle it from the rest, and view it under the microscope of each of these texts. Look for the role of the Good Shepherd and follow wherever He leads you. Change your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:25:02

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#478: "Strong" by Anne Wilson

11/13/2023
Send us a Text Message. Don't forget to download the Episode Guide for THIS episode HERE. I don't particularly appreciate feeling limited and weak. I'm not too fond of it when what is required of me exceeds my qualifications. I prefer feeling capable and in control. Unfortunately, this preference of mine runs directly opposed to Christ's power resting on me. I learned this and more in my study of Scripture inspired by Anne Wilson's song "Strong." Together, we'll look closely at keywords in a letter from Paul, uncover truths, and then see them played out in an Old Testament narrative. In this episode, I discuss the following: Episode Guide DownloadNew Release Today ArticleAmazon Paid LinkBibleProject.compowerperfectweaknessweakChange your music. Change your life. Join my free 30-Day Music Challenge. CLICK HERE.

Duration:00:26:48