Religion & Spirituality:Christianity
Our gorgeous and deeply moving second reading this week is taken from Paul’s second letter to Timothy. I wonder whether I might invite especially the elders among us to attend carefully to this letter. It is the letter of an old man at the end of his life’s work, passing advice and authority on to his younger colleague. As he often does, Paul makes a comparison to sporting events. There is something at stake in the Christian life, something worth striving for. It is like a great race, in which we strive to win. We are meant to make it to the goal line—and perhaps the last miles will be the hardest.
The Law of Israel
Between Indifferentism and Tribalism
Isaiah and God’s Holy Mountain
The Lord’s Vineyard
What Kind of Person Will You Be?
The Strangeness of God
Correcting a Brother
Losing One’s Soul
Shebna and Peter: The Nature of Authority
Israel Is Chosen for the World
The Best and Worst of Religion
Come to the Water!
What Do You Want?
How Strange Is the Power of God
The Word That Accomplishes Its Purpose
Zechariah and the New David
Elisha and the Shunemite Woman
Carrying the Word of God
The Bible Recap
Timothy Keller Sermons Podcast by Gospel in Life
The Briefing - AlbertMohler.com
Joyce Meyer Radio Podcast