A quick look and thought about the importance and benefits of the Communion of the Saints.
Tag Archives: Quick Thoughts
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Hezekiah and Assyria
What is Judah doing during the destruction of the Samaria and the preaching of Hosea? Well, see what happens with Assyria and Judah in this podcast.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: 2 Kings 17 and Hosea
While the gang gets a rest, I take a look at 2 Kings 17 and power of self deception of sin. The warnings of Hosea are for us today, and 2 Kings can help us remember that fact.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Is there any other benefit to Christ’s crucifixion on the cross?
Romans 6 and the Heidelberg Catechism join Rev. Johnson for a quick thought about the other benefits to the cross of Jesus Christ as we approach Good Friday 2021. How it helps us fight against sin everyday and free us from our sinful nature.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: The gospel brings opposition
A solo effort gives us some time for quick thoughts about the mob, opposition, and the Christian.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: What about devotions?
I know, I missed a week. But I had the podcast. And here it is. We won’t make you miss a podcast here. You just get a bonus podcast this week. Rev. Mosely and I talk about the importance of daily devotions in God’s word.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Praying for Kings and Authorities
Rev. Mosely and I discuss 1 Timothy’s exhortation to pray for those in authority and what that means for us today.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Big Stories of 2020
What do you think are some of the big stories of 2020? What do you think will be lasting implications of what has happened this year? Listen to a few of my thoughts on it, and of course, the comfort of Christ as King.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Quick Thoughts Stealing Hearts
We take a quick look at 2 Samuel 15 and how hearts were stolen by justice being hijacked. And the same is still true for us today. Biblical concepts hijacked and people led astray.
Pilgrim Talk Podcast: Quick Thoughts on the Love of God
By myself, so you have to settle for a quick thought from yours truly. But, you never have to settle with our Great Savior nor his great love. So, settle in and let the love of God sink in as we take a quick look at it.