Rev. Matt Powell joins for a discussion about finding in our home in the house of God and desiring it like a deer pants for water during this virus outbreak.
In these days the group thought it best to take a trip into the psalms and take a break from James. Taking refuge in Christ and finding hope in the trouble. We pray you find some comfort in the word of God as we discuss it.
1540 sees a change in the Lutheran church, the effects of which will hit, impact, and even aid the Reformed Church.
No gang today so we take a break from James and look to current events. And with a declared global pandemic it is a good time to remind ourselves of our very present help in trouble: the Lord Jesus Christ, who is always at hand.
We examine a bevy of three books all about the same man: George Whitefield. Thomas Kidd, Harry Stout, and Stephen Mansfield all write biographies of America’s first celebrity and all their books are examined.
We return to Bern in 1540 to see the growing strife and take a look at the Lutheranizing leader: Simon Sultzer. And we can see how dangerous such leaders can be today.
The trio is together again to talk about James 4:13-17 and if the Lord wills you can listen to this and enjoy it. What it means when we keep God out of our plans.
The failure of the Reformation in the Electorate of Cologne did produce an extremely popular hymnal, the Bonn Hymnal. Headed up by Bucer this hymnal had both hymns and psalms and included works from Lutherans and Reformed alike. It reminds us of our freedom to praise God with songs from the heart and that the congregation ought to be praising God in worship.