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I will use a love of the Bible and a love of history and combine them to create timely and relevant content for believers of any age. I will take themes and concepts in the Bible and relate them to today's Christian, and discuss new finds in Biblical archaeology.
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A gifted communicator, the Massachusetts based Pastor has covered a variety of Biblical topics. The length of the podcast episodes varies from around 20 minutes to nearly an hour. The majority of the messages are self-contained expositions of the Bible designed to aid the listener in understanding and growing in their relationship with the Lord.
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These podcasts include interviews, talks and discussions involving Richard Schwartz, president of Jewish Vegetarians of North America (www.JewishVeg.com) and other Jewish Vegetarian leaders. Richard Schwartz can be contacted at president@JewishVeg.com. He has many articles and various taped presentations at JewishVeg.com/schwartz. Audio editing by http://h2opodcast.com/vsse.html
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How does Heavenly Father and Jesus expect from us in our prayer life? How should we treat The Lord's Prayer? What is the reward for prayer and for having the proper reverence in our prayer life? Join us for an exploration of prayer as shown in The Sermon on The Mount.Kimberley Groves által
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The Queen of Sheba occupies only a few verses in the Old Testament Narrative. However, there is no concrete mention in the Bible of where she was from. Evidence shows she could have come from two places, Ethiopia or a part of Arabia that is now Yemen. Which place has the stronger claim? Join us to find out who has the stronger claim.…
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Take a moment to learn about one of the few successful female Pharohs in Egypt's History. Hatshepsut was an innovator and trailblazer who ushered in an era of peace, prosperity, and artistic revival. Learn about her mysterious beginnings and end of her reign.Kimberley Groves által
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Is it right to swear an oath? Does Jesus even want us to swear an oath at all? Are there times it is Biblically acceptable to swear an oath out? Listen to find out what Christ says about the swearing of oaths and what it means for our righteousness in The Kingdom.Kimberley Groves által
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Using an article entitled "The Rulers of Foreign Lands" by Andrew Curry that appeared in the September/October 2018 issue of Archaeology magazine, we will explore who the Hyksos were and their rise to power, leading to their rule of Ancient Egypt, as well as their eventual downfall. Join us on this interesting tangent to Biblical Archaeology!…
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Continuing on with our discussion on The Sermon on The Mount, we tackle the topic of adultery, examining if lustful thoughts are the same as lustful actions and what steps we should take to assure that we remain righteous members of The Kingdom of God.Kimberley Groves által
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Was Noah's Ark a sewn boat? Recent archaeology reveals the prominence of sewn boats in the Middle East, Egypt, and India, prompting historians to rethink their view of Noah's Ark as not nailed together, but sewn together.Kimberley Groves által
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In this podcast, we will explore the realities of the existence of Noah's Ark and compare it with Flood Narratives in Mesopotamia. Decide for yourself if it is worth undertaking expeditions to discover whether Noah's Ark still exists.Kimberley Groves által
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Did Jesus come to destroy The Law,. fulfill The Law, or both? We will explore this question by looking at Matthew 5:17-19. As we are doing in this series, we will be using the 1599 Geneva Bible. Join us as we look at the question of The Law.Kimberley Groves által
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Join us on the first of a multi-week journey as we explore the Sermon on the Mount. We will be using the 1599 Geneva Bible as we explore what Christ is telling us through this comprehensive walk through His most compelling teaching.Kimberley Groves által
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Did the Israelites really destroy Jericho? We will be taking a look at the archaeological evidence for and against the Israelites having destroyed Jericho. This is Part One of a two-part series exploring a single article. This is also Part One of a multi-part series on the destruction of Jericho.Kimberley Groves által
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Was Solomon's Temple a unique structure, or was it simply a copy of other temples of the region? We will be looking at Solomon's Temple against a backdrop of other temples to learn more about the architectural and archeological backdrop of one of Biblical History's biggest accomplishments.Kimberley Groves által
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Perseverance- Steadfastness in doing something despite difficulty or delay in achieving success. to persist in anything undertaken; maintain a purpose in spite of difficulty, obstacles, or discouragement;continue steadfastly. Hebrews 6:9-12 Even though we speak like this, dear friends, we are convinced of better things in your case—the things that …
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The prophet spoke to the people of Judah in a time of tremendous transition. They had had to get used to the notion that their homeland was no more; Judah had been taken, Jerusalem had been destroyed, the Temple had been pulled down, and they were going to have to live in exile in Babylon. It was not a happy time. They were tempted to sit down and …
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Experts say that when the time has come for a young eaglet to learn to fly, the parent bird at first tries to coax the youngster into flight. If this method fails, the mother then resorts to what seems to be much harsher treatment. The mother bird will force her offspring off the nest out into the air. By this discipline of disturbance, she accompl…
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In this story Jesus left the Jewish area of Galilee for the seaport of Tyre, a pagan Gentile area. This was a very un-Jewish and un-rabbinical thing to do, but He knew there was a desperate mother there. Notice the verbs describing her: she heard about Him, came, fell at his feet, and begged His help. Yet Jesus answered her not a word. Her response…
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I wonder how many people we turn off to the gospel by arguing about religious concepts rather than sharing the truth of Jesus Christ’s love and mercy to save us from the wrath we deserve. I wonder how many people got ready for church without so much as a thought of who they were coming to worship. Mark 2:18–3:6 highlights the difference between rel…
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Surveys continually show that education is among the issues of most concern to Americans. We want well-educated children in quality learning environments. Jesus, the “Master Teacher,” wants to develop us to our full potential, and He masterfully uses whatever learning environment is available at any given time. The Greek text of the Gospel calls Je…
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Most people live their lives in obscurity. Few become famous during their lifetime, and fewer remain famous after they are gone. After all, God has called us to be faithful, not famous. After Nehemiah rebuilt the wall around Jerusalem, his next task was to convince people to move inside the walls, into the “inner city.” What took place in Nehemiah …
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