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(1 of 2) “Must I be a member of a local church?” That is such a great question. You may have a lot of reasons for asking it. Join guest Aaron Battey from www.fiveminutebiblestudy.com as he and Jonathan process this question and the various reasons behind it in a conversational format. Links:(1) Help make PSB better: become a Patron at www.patreon.c…
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Matthew 5-7 is, in my humble opinion, the greatest sermon ever preached. The opening section, "The Beatitudes," begins with several "happy blessings" for Jesus' disciples. Join Jonathan as he breaks down this part of the sermon on the mount and how the happy blessings are for all of Jesus' followers today.…
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When it comes to truth, authority, identity, and a host of other issues, there is a differing perspective based on the generational divide? How does that impact the way that we talk to others about Jesus when they may be from a different generation? Join guest Noah Howard and Jonathan discuss the generational gap and how Christians are called to re…
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When it comes to truth, authority, identity, and a host of other issues, there is a differing perspective based on the generational divide? How does that impact the way that we talk to others about Jesus when they may be from a different generation? Join guest Noah Howard and Jonathan discuss the generational gap and how Christians are called to re…
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The anthem of Christian identity is, “I am who YOU say I am.” When spoken to God from the believer’s heart, the powerful and encouraging words of Jesus found in John 8 are expressed from our inner man to the throne of God. Join Bryce Whittaker and Jonathan Edwards talk about identity and the Bible in this two part miniseries.Text: John 8 (www.bible…
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The anthem of Christian identity is, “I am who YOU say I am.” When spoken to God from the believer’s heart, the powerful and encouraging words of Jesus found in John 8 are expressed from our inner man to the throne of God. Join Bryce Whittaker and Jonathan Edwards talk about identity and the Bible in this two part miniseries. Text: John 8 (https://…
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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The Book of James...the 59th book in the Bible. It is a hard-hitting book written to help Christians live steadfastly for Jesus. Doug Edwards wrote a commentary on this book for the "Contending for the Faith" commentary series. He also preached six expository studies on James recently at the Valley Parkway Church of Christ. During that meeting, he …
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(2 of 2) In the fall of 2023, I (Jonathan) had the privilege of being interviewed by Aaron Battey (www.fiveminutebiblestudy.com) as a part of his 30-day effort to help equip Christians against pornography. Aaron graciously allowed me to repost the interview for my PSB listeners. This is a necessary and direct conversation. It is not flippant nor cr…
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(1 of 2) In the fall of 2023, I (Jonathan) had the privilege of being interviewed by Aaron Battey (www.fiveminutebiblestudy.com) as a part of his 30-day effort to help equip Christians against pornography. Aaron graciously allowed me to repost the interview for my PSB listeners. This is a necessary and direct conversation. It is not flippant nor cr…
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(2 of 2) Paul told Christians to "redeem the time" which means to buy it back, use it well, guard it wisely. Paul also got a lot done, used his time well, and said, “imitate me as I imitate Christ.”*That’s our goal. If we follow the example of Jesus, who used His time better than anyone, we’ll be able to do just that.Join guest Jeremy Hykel and Jon…
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(1 of 2) Paul told Christians to "redeem the time" which means to buy it back, use it well, guard it wisely. Paul also got a lot done, used his time well, and said, “imitate me as I imitate Christ.”*That’s our goal. If we follow the example of Jesus, who used His time better than anyone, we’ll be able to do just that.Join guest Jeremy Hykel and Jon…
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(2 of 2) Do you know how much you benefit from prayer? The Apostle Paul knew! In seven of his fourteen NT letters, he asked (even begged) for brothers and sisters to pray for him. The Apostle Paul believed in prayer power. Prayer IS the ultimate power source because we connect with the greatest of all powers–Almighty God! We have access to great po…
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(1 of 2) Do you know how much you benefit from prayer? The Apostle Paul knew! In seven of his fourteen NT letters, he asked (even begged) for brothers and sisters to pray for him. The Apostle Paul believed in prayer power. Prayer IS the ultimate power source because we connect with the greatest of all powers–Almighty God! We have access to great po…
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In the same way that endurance runners train to transform themselves for a long distance race, so Christians ought to train for kingdom running. We don't read the Bible to check off a list, we read to be spiritually transformed. We don't pray because it's on a TO-DO list, we pray to draw nearer to God. To be a disciple of Jesus is to be a practitio…
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In the same way that endurance runners train to transform themselves for a long distance race, so Christians ought to train for kingdom running. We don't read the Bible to check off a list, we read to be spiritually transformed. We don't pray because it's on a TO-DO list, we pray to draw nearer to God. To be a disciple of Jesus is to be a practitio…
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(2 of 2) Join Cole Branch and Jonathan discuss how covetousness can "gaslight", or mercilessly manipulate, our reality to a point where the roots of bitterness bear much fruit. How can Christians overcome? What are our desires? How can we battle covetousness and where does contentment come into play? These questions and more are answered in this mi…
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(1 of 2) Join Cole Branch and Jonathan discuss how covetousness can "gaslight", or mercilessly manipulate, our reality to a point where the roots of bitterness bear much fruit. How can Christians overcome? What are our desires? How can we battle covetousness and where does contentment come into play? These questions and more are answered in this mi…
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(Part 2 of 2) Elevating Jesus and encouraging faithfulness...don't you want to do that as often as you can? If life were a marathon, it would seem that these goals would be so easy at mile 1...but what about mile 20? How can we endure the race of life while running in the kingdom? Let's consider Hebrews 12 together!…
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Elevating Jesus and encouraging faithfulness...don't you want to do that as often as you can? If life were a marathon, it would seem that these goals would be so easy at mile 1...but what about mile 20? How can we endure the race of life while running in the kingdom? Let's consider Hebrews 12 together!…
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(Part 2 of 2) You don't always have the power to control, but you always have the choice to surrender...This series features Brandon Young and a conversation about how we struggle to control so much in our lives when what we ought to focus on is surrendering more to the will of God. Be prepared to be challenged and encouraged to submit to the will …
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You don't always have the power to control, but you always have the choice to surrender...This series features Brandon Young and a conversation about how we struggle to control so much in our lives when what we ought to focus on is surrendering more to the will of God. Be prepared to be challenged and encouraged to submit to the will of God!…
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(2 of 2) When it comes to spiritual advice and council, who do you listen to? It seems like there are more and more voices crying out with supposed wisdom. So many voices…So many choices…Who should we listen to? Whose advice should we take? What counsel should we heed… what others should we ignore? Which path should do we choose? Join guest Todd Ri…
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(1 of 2) When it comes to spiritual advice and council, who do you listen to? It seems like there are more and more voices crying out with supposed wisdom. So many voices…So many choices…Who should we listen to? Whose advice should we take? What counsel should we heed… what others should we ignore? Which path should do we choose? Join guest Todd Ri…
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(2 of 2) While we are frequently told that we are a forgiven, redeemed people, there can be times when it is difficult to let go of the past. When someone has a hard time with the guilt and shame of past mistakes, how can they overcome and let go? Join guest Justin Owen and Jonathan Edwards consider the Scriptures on this valuable study.…
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(1 of 2) While we are frequently told that we are a forgiven, redeemed people, there can be times when it is difficult to let go of the past. When someone has a hard time with the guilt and shame of past mistakes, how can they overcome and let go? Join guest Justin Owen and Jonathan Edwards consider the Scriptures on this valuable study.…
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(4 of 4) When it comes to the Biblical view of "The Kingdom," it is important to remember that God has always been the ruler, His reign is eternal and universal, and His kingdom encompasses all of creation. But the reign of God has many dynamic features throughout the Bible. From the high view of God's eternal reign to how this reign worked during …
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(3 of 4) When it comes to the Biblical view of "The Kingdom," it is important to remember that God has always been the ruler, His reign is eternal and universal, and His kingdom encompasses all of creation. But the reign of God has many dynamic features throughout the Bible. From the high view of God's eternal reign to how this reign worked during …
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(2 of 4) When it comes to the Biblical view of "The Kingdom," it is important to remember that God has always been the ruler, His reign is eternal and universal, and His kingdom encompasses all of creation. But the reign of God has many dynamic features throughout the Bible. From the high view of God's eternal reign to how this reign worked during …
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(1 of 4) When it comes to the Biblical view of "The Kingdom," it is important to remember that God has always been the ruler, His reign is eternal and universal, and His kingdom encompasses all of creation. But the reign of God has many dynamic features throughout the Bible. From the high view of God's eternal reign to how this reign worked during…
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(2 of 2) Paul wrote to the Galatians, “Brothers, if anyone is caught in any transgression you who are spiritual should restore him in a spirit of gentleness.” We often make the mistake of trying to keep it quiet and fix it ourselves. We have a tendency to try to go it alone. Perhaps this tendency is a result of fear of being exposed and vulnerable …
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(1 of 2) Paul wrote to the Galatians, “Brothers, if anyone is caught in any transgression you who are spiritual should restore him in a spirit of gentleness.” We often make the mistake of trying to keep it quiet and fix it ourselves. We have a tendency to try to go it alone. Perhaps this tendency is a result of fear of being exposed and vulnerable …
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(2 of 2) When the church gathers for worship, Christians sing. But why? And why do we singing throughout the Scriptures? Join orchestra director Jeremy Scott and host Jonathan Edwards engage in an extemporaneous conversation about the Divine Spark of Singing.Jonathan Edwards által
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(1 of 2) When the church gathers for worship, Christians sing. But why? And why do we singing throughout the Scriptures? Join orchestra director Jeremy Scott and host Jonathan Edwards engage in an extemporaneous conversation about the Divine Spark of Singing.Jonathan Edwards által
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(2 of 2) What is one of the most mystifying practices that Christians are called to do? Study the Bible with others. It seems like some are blessed with talents and gifts galore when it comes to studying with others while some may feel like this is beyond their ability. Others might see the preacher as a possessor of secret knowledge about how to e…
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What is one of the most mystifying practices that Christians are called to do? Study the Bible with others. It seems like some are blessed with talents and gifts galore when it comes to studying with others while some may feel like this is beyond their ability. Others might see the preacher as a possessor of secret knowledge about how to effectivel…
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(2 of 2) "The Word became flesh and dwelt among us." How familiar are you with the term "the Incarnate Word"? What does it mean, how what are the implications of the doctrine that Jesus came in the flesh? What are the implications of NOT believing that Jesus came in the flesh? Join our guest Austin Maddox and host Jonathan Edwards as they discuss t…
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(1 of 2) "The Word became flesh and dwelt among us." How familiar are you with the term "the Incarnate Word"? What does it mean, how what are the implications of the doctrine that Jesus came in the flesh? What are the implications of NOT believing that Jesus came in the flesh? Join our guest Austin Maddox and host Jonathan Edwards as they discuss t…
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2 of 2. For Christians, worship is integral to life. Offering praise to God, especially as the church assembles, is like to recharging batteries of the soul. And while New Testament Christians are not interested in changing the various acts of worship, it is good to pause and consider how we prepare and present ourselves in worship. Join guest Bria…
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