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Is your understanding of the Bible weak or fragmented? Do you understand and appreciate the heritage Christians have because of the Bible? The Bible can be intimidating with its 66 books written over thousands of years, just like the rich heritage born from its pages. How can we understand Scripture as a whole as well as its parts? How do we know it can be trusted? How has it changed the world? Become a listener, and you can expect to gain a grasp on Scripture better than ever. Best-selling author and Bible-teaching pastor of over 40 years Robert J. Morgan has spent a lifetime educating and energizing Christians with his easy-to-understand books, sermons, lessons, and stories. Robert J. Morgan helps people gain a grasp on the Bible as a whole and each of its 66 books, their chapters, and verses by exploring and explaining historical context and by incorporating masterful stories and illustrations along with practical application. You'll be inspired to let the Bible change your everyday life. You can also expect to grow in your understanding and appreciation of Christian heritage. Robert J. Morgan has written multiple volumes on stories behind the great Christian Hymns. Alongside these, his other volumes tell stories from church history related to key figures, dates, and great Biblical passages. He's also the author of 100 Bible Verses that Made America, which is a Biblical "tour" through American History. Whether you want to better understand the Bible, its impact on history, or its implications in your life, the Robert J. Morgan podcast is for you.

Is your understanding of the Bible weak or fragmented? Do you understand and appreciate the heritage Christians have because of the Bible? The Bible can be intimidating with its 66 books written over thousands of years, just like the rich heritage born from its pages. How can we understand Scripture as a whole as well as its parts? How do we know it can be trusted? How has it changed the world? Become a listener, and you can expect to gain a grasp on Scripture better than ever. Best-selling author and Bible-teaching pastor of over 40 years Robert J. Morgan has spent a lifetime educating and energizing Christians with his easy-to-understand books, sermons, lessons, and stories. Robert J. Morgan helps people gain a grasp on the Bible as a whole and each of its 66 books, their chapters, and verses by exploring and explaining historical context and by incorporating masterful stories and illustrations along with practical application. You'll be inspired to let the Bible change your everyday life. You can also expect to grow in your understanding and appreciation of Christian heritage. Robert J. Morgan has written multiple volumes on stories behind the great Christian Hymns. Alongside these, his other volumes tell stories from church history related to key figures, dates, and great Biblical passages. He's also the author of 100 Bible Verses that Made America, which is a Biblical "tour" through American History. Whether you want to better understand the Bible, its impact on history, or its implications in your life, the Robert J. Morgan podcast is for you.

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Is your understanding of the Bible weak or fragmented? Do you understand and appreciate the heritage Christians have because of the Bible? The Bible can be intimidating with its 66 books written over thousands of years, just like the rich heritage born from its pages. How can we understand Scripture as a whole as well as its parts? How do we know it can be trusted? How has it changed the world? Become a listener, and you can expect to gain a grasp on Scripture better than ever. Best-selling author and Bible-teaching pastor of over 40 years Robert J. Morgan has spent a lifetime educating and energizing Christians with his easy-to-understand books, sermons, lessons, and stories. Robert J. Morgan helps people gain a grasp on the Bible as a whole and each of its 66 books, their chapters, and verses by exploring and explaining historical context and by incorporating masterful stories and illustrations along with practical application. You'll be inspired to let the Bible change your everyday life. You can also expect to grow in your understanding and appreciation of Christian heritage. Robert J. Morgan has written multiple volumes on stories behind the great Christian Hymns. Alongside these, his other volumes tell stories from church history related to key figures, dates, and great Biblical passages. He's also the author of 100 Bible Verses that Made America, which is a Biblical "tour" through American History. Whether you want to better understand the Bible, its impact on history, or its implications in your life, the Robert J. Morgan podcast is for you.

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English

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Episodes

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 18

4/9/2021
How was your church service on Easter? Today's podcast episode explores the church at Antioch. There's so much we can learn and apply to our churches! Join me as we study and apply Acts chapters 11 and 13. Support this podcast

Duration:00:34:33

God's Precious Promises - Part 3

4/1/2021
Are there terrible things going on in your life? Do you feel surrounded by evil? In today's podcast episode, we'll explore Bible passages, learning how God turns evil towards your ultimate good. Support this podcast

Duration:00:15:13

God's Precious Promises - Part 2

3/11/2021
Are you in the habit of seeking God, daily? In today's podcast we continue exploring some of God's greatest promises in Scripture. Proverbs 8 tells us of God's blessings that shower down on those who seek Him. Support this podcast

Duration:00:23:53

God's Precious Promises - Part 1

3/4/2021
How are you doing emotionally? Are you able to seek and cling to God's promises to sustain and energize you? I'm pausing my podcast series on Acts to devote a few episodes to explore some of the most precious promises God has given us in Scripture. Today we'll look at Psalm 106, which perfectly sets the stage for future episodes. We'll see how remembering God's promises cause us to sing God's praise! Support this podcast

Duration:00:22:19

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 17

2/18/2021
Acts 12 vividly describes angelic intervention and a dramatic prison escape--a beautiful way to transition focus from the ministry of Peter to the ministry of Paul with dignity. Let's study this chapter together! Support this podcast

Duration:00:20:23

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 16

2/4/2021
I believe with all my heart that there's only one entity, one institution, which eradicates racial discrimination and removes race as a valuation factor: the church established by Jesus Christ. In Acts 10, we learn that God does not discriminate, and in fact calls all races to be united to Himself as one body. Support this podcast

Duration:00:24:37

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 15

1/29/2021
Do you know someone whom you think will never change? Acts 10 shows us that Jesus can change lives at light-speed! The murderer Saul became the Apostle Paul after an incredible close encounter with Christ Himself. In today's episode, we continue through the book of Acts, exploring this incredible story. Support this podcast

Duration:00:24:09

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 14

1/21/2021
Do you ever think about the people you'd like to meet in heaven? I have a list! On that list is the evangelist "Philip" who shows up beginning in Acts 6. Chapter 8 is devoted to him. It's a chapter full of zealous evangelism, and certainly encourages us to be sharing the Gospel everywhere we go. Let's study chapter 8 together! Support this podcast

Duration:00:20:57

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 13

1/7/2021
Are you ready to tackle a new year full steam ahead? In Acts 6 we learn that the first martyr, Stephen, manifested a 5-fold fullness. He was, and we can be: Full of the Spirit Full of Wisdom Full of Grace Full of Power Full of Faith Support this podcast

Duration:00:28:43

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 12

12/31/2020
With the Corona Virus, has come governmental orders for churches not to meet (even while strip clubs and casinos are allowed to stay open in the same states). Some churches have exercised nonviolent resistance, and are refusing to comply with state orders. We see something similar in Acts 5:17-42, where the gospel message comes into conflict with the state, and the Apostles must follow God rather than man. What implications does this passage have for us today? We'll explore this together in...

Duration:00:32:49

BONUS: "Gabriel's Cry" - Rob's Original Christmas Story

12/24/2020
For years, Rob has written an original Christmas short story to read for his congregation in Nashville, TN. This year, we hosted a live event, where he read "Gabriel's Cry" from his book 12 Stories of Christmas. Today's bonus Christmas Eve podcast features this live reading. Support this podcast

Duration:00:18:33

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 11

12/17/2020
You'll want to hear this week's podcast episode. I preached in Peoria, IL from Acts 5:12-16, explaining how God can even use our "shadow" to affect other people in ways we may never know. A small boy who was listening to this message left me a note that said, "Today your shadow passed over me". If it blessed him, maybe today it's meant to bless you! Support this podcast

Duration:00:33:27

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 10

12/4/2020
Generosity and gratitude are important themes this time of year--and a main theme in Acts chapter 4. We'll look at the contrasting snapshots we've been given: the generous early Christian communities followed by the shocking story of Ananias and Sapphira. Support this podcast

Duration:00:28:37

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 9

11/26/2020
Acts is a book full of conversions. Today we'll look at 3:1-10, which details the first of many individual conversion stories. Why did Luke choose this to highlight this particular story first? We'll look at nine different possible reasons. Support this podcast

Duration:00:33:48

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 8

11/20/2020
What are the best habits for healthy churches? To remain strong and healthy in days like these, we need good habits! In today's podcast we'll look at Acts 2:42-47, where Luke illuminates 10 habits of healthy churches. Support this podcast

Duration:00:24:57

BONUS: All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name

11/12/2020
I prepared three sermons for the Sunday after the election: one if Trump won, one if Biden won, and one if we didn't know. I threw them all out in favor of preaching a sermon called "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name". The uncertainty facing our country is an opportunity to turn our eyes upon Jesus! Support this podcast

Duration:00:32:31

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 7

11/5/2020
What does this mean? What shall we do? Those are the two questions that bookend the Apostle Peter's address to the crowds on of the Day of Pentecost. We've been learning what it means, today let's look at Peter's answer to what we shall do in Acts 2:38. Support this podcast

Duration:00:30:23

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 6

10/29/2020
Are we living in the last days? At Pentecost, the Apostle Peter quotes the prophet Joel to equate the coming of the Holy Spirit with the beginning of the last days. Let's unpack this passage together and focus on the implications of what it means to live as believers in these last days. Support this podcast

Duration:00:25:28

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 5

10/15/2020
The founding of the Church isn't like the founding of a university or even a nation: the Church was started by God Himself, and thus cannot be stopped! Today's podcast episode tackles Acts 2:1-12 in our series entitled "Unstoppable". Support this podcast

Duration:00:31:20

Unstoppable: A Study Through Acts - Part 4

10/8/2020
In today's episode, as we continue our study of Acts, we'll explore the question: Who is the Holy Spirit? We'll look at His activity in the Old Testament, His activity and relationship to the Trinity, and more! Support this podcast

Duration:00:46:38