Proclaiming Christ https://reformedforum.org Reformed Theological Resources Mon, 26 Feb 2024 19:53:15 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=6.4.3 https://reformedforum.org/wp-content/blogs.dir/1/files/2020/04/cropped-reformed-forum-logo-300dpi-side_by_side-1-32x32.png Proclaiming Christ – Reformed Forum https://reformedforum.org 32 32 Genesis 33 — Reconciled with God and Man https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc127/ Wed, 28 Feb 2024 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=43313 Moses brings us to the height of the conflict between Jacob and Esau. We look at the need to preserve the tension in the story while connecting it to the larger narrative. Here we learn how Jacob’s humility leads to a resolution of conflict. We see also the high point of the story — the […]]]>

Moses brings us to the height of the conflict between Jacob and Esau. We look at the need to preserve the tension in the story while connecting it to the larger narrative. Here we learn how Jacob’s humility leads to a resolution of conflict. We see also the high point of the story — the building of the altar, as Jacob has reconciled with God and man.

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Moses brings us to the height of the conflict between Jacob and Esau We look at the need to preserve the tension in the story while connecting it to the ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Ephesians 2:1–10 — The Bad News (Part One) https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc126/ Wed, 21 Feb 2024 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=43210 In this episode, we consider the reality that mankind, apart from God’s glorious grace, is completely and totally lost in sin. Before Paul moves to extol the riches of God’s grace in Eph 2:4–10, he first digs down deep to expose the reality of sinful man’s helpless estate. The more we understand the depth of […]]]>

In this episode, we consider the reality that mankind, apart from God’s glorious grace, is completely and totally lost in sin. Before Paul moves to extol the riches of God’s grace in Eph 2:4–10, he first digs down deep to expose the reality of sinful man’s helpless estate. The more we understand the depth of our sin, the more we will fall to our knees in wonder of God’s mercy in Christ. We must first reckon with the bad news before we bathe in the good news.

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In this episode we consider the reality that mankind apart from God s glorious grace is completely and totally lost in sin Before Paul moves to extol the riches of ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Psalm 18 — David’s Profession of Righteousness https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc125/ Wed, 14 Feb 2024 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=42998 In this episode, we explain the meaning of David’s profession of righteousness. How can David speak about himself as being without guilt, relative to God’s law, when we know he was a sinner? If our salvation is by grace alone, then how can David say that God rewarded him for his righteousness by saving him […]]]>

In this episode, we explain the meaning of David’s profession of righteousness. How can David speak about himself as being without guilt, relative to God’s law, when we know he was a sinner? If our salvation is by grace alone, then how can David say that God rewarded him for his righteousness by saving him from his enemies?

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In this episode we explain the meaning of David s profession of righteousness How can David speak about himself as being without guilt relative to God s law when we ...MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,PsalmsReformed Forumnono
Ephesians 1:18–23 — Paul’s Prayer (Part Two) https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc124/ Wed, 07 Feb 2024 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=42464 In part two of Paul’s Prayer we return to consider Paul’s prayer for the Ephesian believers. Yes, Paul’s burden is that the Ephesian believers would know the Lord. But what specifically does he pray for them? What specifically, in this passage, does he want them to know? Join us as we reflect on Paul’s — and […]]]>

In part two of Paul’s Prayer we return to consider Paul’s prayer for the Ephesian believers. Yes, Paul’s burden is that the Ephesian believers would know the Lord. But what specifically does he pray for them? What specifically, in this passage, does he want them to know? Join us as we reflect on Paul’s — and the Lord’s — burden for his people.

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In part two of Paul s Prayer we return to consider Paul s prayer for the Ephesian believers Yes Paul s burden is that the Ephesian believers would know the ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,Prayer,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Ephesians 1:15–18 — Paul’s Prayer (Part One) https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc123/ Wed, 17 Jan 2024 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=42255 In part one of Paul’s Prayer, we will examine how the apostle Paul prays for the Spirit to be at work so that Christians can know God more. Paul’s thankfulness for the believers at Ephesus moves him to constant prayer that God would soften their hearts and open their eyes to hear and believe the […]]]>

In part one of Paul’s Prayer, we will examine how the apostle Paul prays for the Spirit to be at work so that Christians can know God more. Paul’s thankfulness for the believers at Ephesus moves him to constant prayer that God would soften their hearts and open their eyes to hear and believe the gospel. This should be our burden in prayer: that we would know God more.

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Genesis 32:13–32 — Wrestling with God https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc122/ Wed, 10 Jan 2024 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=41998 Jacob expects a conflict with Esau but instead ends up wrestling with an unknown assailant, who can clearly best him at any moment. But when that moment comes, Jacob will not release his hold until he receives a blessing. The content of that blessing points to the God who will not forsake Jacob and will […]]]>

Jacob expects a conflict with Esau but instead ends up wrestling with an unknown assailant, who can clearly best him at any moment. But when that moment comes, Jacob will not release his hold until he receives a blessing. The content of that blessing points to the God who will not forsake Jacob and will fulfill his covenant promises.

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Jacob expects a conflict with Esau but instead ends up wrestling with an unknown assailant who can clearly best him at any moment But when that moment comes Jacob will ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Psalm 5 — Christian Hatred https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc121/ Wed, 08 Nov 2023 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=41480 What is a Christian to do with the imprecatory Psalms? Are they to be read and sung today, and if so, with what understanding? Jim Cassidy talks about how to situate the Psalms within their redemptive-historical context, instead of reading them in the abstract. Participants: Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder]]>

What is a Christian to do with the imprecatory Psalms? Are they to be read and sung today, and if so, with what understanding? Jim Cassidy talks about how to situate the Psalms within their redemptive-historical context, instead of reading them in the abstract.

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What is a Christian to do with the imprecatory Psalms Are they to be read and sung today and if so with what understanding Jim Cassidy talks about how to ...MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,PsalmsReformed Forumnono
Genesis 32:1–12 — Preparing for Conflict https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc120/ Wed, 30 Aug 2023 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=41065 As Jacob continues toward Canaan in obedience to God’s call, he comes up against another significant obstacle: Esau is coming to meet him Genesis 32:1–12—preparing for conflict with a small army. Jacob’s reliance upon God’s covenant promises, and his humble prayer, are models for today’s Christians. We may pray with confidence as did Jacob, for […]]]>

As Jacob continues toward Canaan in obedience to God’s call, he comes up against another significant obstacle: Esau is coming to meet him Genesis 32:1–12—preparing for conflict with a small army. Jacob’s reliance upon God’s covenant promises, and his humble prayer, are models for today’s Christians. We may pray with confidence as did Jacob, for the reality of those promises are even greater for us through Jesus Christ.

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As Jacob continues toward Canaan in obedience to God s call he comes up against another significant obstacle Esau is coming to meet him Genesis 32 1 12 preparing for ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Matthew 4:1-11 — The Testing and Temptation of the Son of God — Part One https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc119/ Wed, 24 May 2023 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=40107 This episode looks at the testing of Jesus that comes on the heels of his baptism. At his baptism, the Father declares “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.” Satan comes to test that claim. But God has his own purposes as Jesus is led into the wilderness to demonstrate that […]]]>

This episode looks at the testing of Jesus that comes on the heels of his baptism. At his baptism, the Father declares “This is my beloved Son, with whom I am well pleased.” Satan comes to test that claim. But God has his own purposes as Jesus is led into the wilderness to demonstrate that he is indeed who the father declared him to be.

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This episode looks at the testing of Jesus that comes on the heels of his baptism At his baptism the Father declares This is my beloved Son with whom I ...Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Psalm 2 — A Biblical Conspiracy Theory https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc118/ Wed, 29 Mar 2023 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=39264 Psalm 2 speaks of rebellious kings conspiring together against the Lord and his anointed. But the outcome of such conspiracies is clear. The Son will have the earth as his possession.  Participants: Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder, Robert Arendale]]>

Psalm 2 speaks of rebellious kings conspiring together against the Lord and his anointed. But the outcome of such conspiracies is clear. The Son will have the earth as his possession. 

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Psalm 2 speaks of rebellious kings conspiring together against the Lord and his anointed But the outcome of such conspiracies is clear The Son will have the earth as his ...MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,PsalmsReformed Forumnono
Ephesians 1:11–14 — The Believer’s Inheritance https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc117/ Wed, 01 Mar 2023 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=38952 In Eph 1:11–14 the Apostle Paul describes the glorious heavenly inheritance of the Christian. He seeks to encourage the Ephesian Christians—many of whom had given up earthly glory—by reminding them of an even greater glory in Christ. May Paul’s words be a wonderful encouragement to the church today! Participants: Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder, Robert […]]]>

In Eph 1:11–14 the Apostle Paul describes the glorious heavenly inheritance of the Christian. He seeks to encourage the Ephesian Christians—many of whom had given up earthly glory—by reminding them of an even greater glory in Christ. May Paul’s words be a wonderful encouragement to the church today!

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Genesis 31:22–55 — Jacob’s Covenant with Laban https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc116/ Wed, 15 Feb 2023 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=38811 The narrative portions of Scripture serve to highlight the paradigm established by Genesis 3:15. In the story of Jacob and Laban we see primarily not a conflict between two human beings but a conflict between the one true God and the gods of Laban. Laban’s gods are helpless and put to shame. Jacob’s God fulfills […]]]>

The narrative portions of Scripture serve to highlight the paradigm established by Genesis 3:15. In the story of Jacob and Laban we see primarily not a conflict between two human beings but a conflict between the one true God and the gods of Laban. Laban’s gods are helpless and put to shame. Jacob’s God fulfills his covenant and provides a redeemer to cleanse Jacob—and us—from sin.

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The narrative portions of Scripture serve to highlight the paradigm established by Genesis 3 15 In the story of Jacob and Laban we see primarily not a conflict between two ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Psalm 1 — The Blessed Man https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc115/ Wed, 14 Dec 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=38155 We embark on a study through a new book—Psalms. Jim Cassidy provides some important interpretive principles which he illustrates through a consideration of Psalm 1. Written for Israel, a nation under a theocracy, how do the Psalms manifest Christ, and how are they applicable to us today? How may it be said that the Christian […]]]>

We embark on a study through a new book—Psalms. Jim Cassidy provides some important interpretive principles which he illustrates through a consideration of Psalm 1. Written for Israel, a nation under a theocracy, how do the Psalms manifest Christ, and how are they applicable to us today? How may it be said that the Christian today will prosper?

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We embark on a study through a new book Psalms Jim Cassidy provides some important interpretive principles which he illustrates through a consideration of Psalm 1 Written for Israel a ...BiblicalTheology,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,PsalmsReformed Forumnono
Matthew 3:13–17 — To Fulfill All Righteousness https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc114/ Wed, 30 Nov 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=38085 The baptism of Jesus is a pivotal event in the life of Christ and in all of redemptive history. In this episode, we explore its significance, seek to answer the question of why Jesus would need to undergo a baptism of repentance, and examine some of the thematic elements of his baptism. Participants: Joel Fick, […]]]>

The baptism of Jesus is a pivotal event in the life of Christ and in all of redemptive history. In this episode, we explore its significance, seek to answer the question of why Jesus would need to undergo a baptism of repentance, and examine some of the thematic elements of his baptism.

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The baptism of Jesus is a pivotal event in the life of Christ and in all of redemptive history In this episode we explore its significance seek to answer the ...BiblicalTheology,Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Genesis 31:1–21 — Jacob Makes His Escape https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc113/ Wed, 23 Nov 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=38043 Jacob exhibits his faith as he responds in obedience to the Lord’s command to return to the land of his fathers. He had made a vow before the Lord, and the Lord now calls upon him to keep his vows. In this episode we see an appearance of “the angel of God,” who points Jacob […]]]>

Jacob exhibits his faith as he responds in obedience to the Lord’s command to return to the land of his fathers. He had made a vow before the Lord, and the Lord now calls upon him to keep his vows. In this episode we see an appearance of “the angel of God,” who points Jacob — and us — to a greater inheritance than land or riches, but the inheritance of “the God of Bethel” — redemption from sin and reconciliation with God.

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Jacob exhibits his faith as he responds in obedience to the Lord s command to return to the land of his fathers He had made a vow before the Lord ...BiblicalTheology,MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 14 — Turn Around https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc112/ Wed, 16 Nov 2022 06:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=38015 Repentance today is a byword. It conjures up images of a religious fanatic standing on a street corner with a cheap megaphone that more obscures the sound than amplifies it. But the call to repentance is divine grace. In this final chapter of Hosea, the Lord calls Israel to return to him. What a gift […]]]>

Repentance today is a byword. It conjures up images of a religious fanatic standing on a street corner with a cheap megaphone that more obscures the sound than amplifies it. But the call to repentance is divine grace. In this final chapter of Hosea, the Lord calls Israel to return to him. What a gift this is! God’s arms remain wide open. He will take away their iniquity, he will accept a sacrifice for their sins, he will heal their apostasy, he will love them freely, and make his people to reside under his shadow and to flourish. All this he does in Jesus Christ, his only begotten Son. So we return to God through Christ, for he has made a way for us to be accepted by the Father. 

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Matthew 3:1–12 — A Voice Crying in the Wilderness https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc111/ Wed, 05 Oct 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=37716 In this episode we see how John, the last prophet of the Old Covenant, transitions us to the New Covenant era by announcing the arrival of the LORD in the person of Jesus Christ. The focus of the passage is not on the uniqueness of John the Baptist, but the uniqueness of the one toward […]]]>

In this episode we see how John, the last prophet of the Old Covenant, transitions us to the New Covenant era by announcing the arrival of the LORD in the person of Jesus Christ. The focus of the passage is not on the uniqueness of John the Baptist, but the uniqueness of the one toward whom he points.

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In this episode we see how John the last prophet of the Old Covenant transitions us to the New Covenant era by announcing the arrival of the LORD in the ...Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 13 — The Dead Son Lives https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc110/ Wed, 07 Sep 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=37316 Hosea 13 contains mostly words of rebuke and condemnation. But there is good news there as well. The Lord rebukes his son, Israel, whom he called out of Egypt, for the sin of covenantal faithlessness. They have gone after other gods. So thorough will God’s coming judgment be that it is likened to death. But […]]]>

Hosea 13 contains mostly words of rebuke and condemnation. But there is good news there as well. The Lord rebukes his son, Israel, whom he called out of Egypt, for the sin of covenantal faithlessness. They have gone after other gods. So thorough will God’s coming judgment be that it is likened to death. But he also offers a word of hope which contains the promise of life, as death itself will be defeated. 

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Hosea 13 contains mostly words of rebuke and condemnation But there is good news there as well The Lord rebukes his son Israel whom he called out of Egypt for ...Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Matthew 2:13–23 — The Exodus of the Son of God https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc109/ Wed, 31 Aug 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=37132 We look at the significance of a trio of prophecies: the flight to Egypt, Jeremiah’s prophecy of the weeping of Rachel, and that “he would be called a Nazarene.” Matthew identifies Jesus with us, so that we might identify with him. The glorious king is not what many expected, and his kingdom does not look […]]]>

We look at the significance of a trio of prophecies: the flight to Egypt, Jeremiah’s prophecy of the weeping of Rachel, and that “he would be called a Nazarene.” Matthew identifies Jesus with us, so that we might identify with him. The glorious king is not what many expected, and his kingdom does not look the way many expect.

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We look at the significance of a trio of prophecies the flight to Egypt Jeremiah s prophecy of the weeping of Rachel and that he would be called a Nazarene ...Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Ephesians 1:9, 10 — The Uniting of Heaven and Earth https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc108/ Wed, 06 Jul 2022 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=36423 What does Paul mean when he says that all things in heaven and earth will be united in Christ? The apostle moves from what Christ did on the cross for his people — to look at the place of the cross in all of history. Robert Arendale and Mark Winder look at the concept of […]]]>

What does Paul mean when he says that all things in heaven and earth will be united in Christ? The apostle moves from what Christ did on the cross for his people — to look at the place of the cross in all of history. Robert Arendale and Mark Winder look at the concept of mystery, the language of “things in heaven and things on earth,” and the culmination of this text — the uniting of these things.

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What does Paul mean when he says that all things in heaven and earth will be united in Christ The apostle moves from what Christ did on the cross for ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Ephesians 1:7–8 — Redeemed by the Blood https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc107/ Wed, 02 Feb 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=35005 Redemption is the work of the Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This Pauline trinitarian emphasis is something that may be somewhat lacking in modern preaching, but is essential in understanding the unique work of each of the three persons. With this trinitarian emphasis Robert Arendale takes a look at the need, the cost, […]]]>

Redemption is the work of the Trinity – Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. This Pauline trinitarian emphasis is something that may be somewhat lacking in modern preaching, but is essential in understanding the unique work of each of the three persons. With this trinitarian emphasis Robert Arendale takes a look at the need, the cost, and the blessing of redemption.

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Redemption is the work of the Trinity Father Son and Holy Spirit This Pauline trinitarian emphasis is something that may be somewhat lacking in modern preaching but is essential in ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 12 — The Lord’s Indictment https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc106/ Wed, 26 Jan 2022 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=34972 The Lord pronounces an indictment upon Israel and convicts her of her sins. He also calls her to repentance and to return to him. The coming judgment in exile reminds of Christ who was exile in death for us, that in him we might have life and restoration in the heavenly promised land.  Participants: Jim […]]]>

The Lord pronounces an indictment upon Israel and convicts her of her sins. He also calls her to repentance and to return to him. The coming judgment in exile reminds of Christ who was exile in death for us, that in him we might have life and restoration in the heavenly promised land. 

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The Lord pronounces an indictment upon Israel and convicts her of her sins He also calls her to repentance and to return to him The coming judgment in exile reminds ...Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Genesis 30:25–43 — God Gives the Increase https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc105/ Wed, 10 Nov 2021 05:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=34475 How do you preach a passage as speckled and mottled as this one? We look at a text that at first glance has nothing to say about Christ and see how through the continuity of God’s covenant promises we are presented with a foreshadowing of Christ plundering Satan’s house, and through death destroying the one […]]]>

How do you preach a passage as speckled and mottled as this one? We look at a text that at first glance has nothing to say about Christ and see how through the continuity of God’s covenant promises we are presented with a foreshadowing of Christ plundering Satan’s house, and through death destroying the one who had the power of death.

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Hosea 11 — Out of Egypt https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc104/ Wed, 22 Sep 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=34149 Hosea prophesied that God would call his son out of Egypt. Of course, that was long after the Exodus. But here in Chapter 11 the Exodus serves as a motif for God’s redeeming grace. It recalled the Exodus as a foreshadow of Israel’s restoration from exile. Unfortunately, the restoration fell short of the great expectation […]]]>

Hosea prophesied that God would call his son out of Egypt. Of course, that was long after the Exodus. But here in Chapter 11 the Exodus serves as a motif for God’s redeeming grace. It recalled the Exodus as a foreshadow of Israel’s restoration from exile. Unfortunately, the restoration fell short of the great expectation Israel had for the fulfillment of God’s promises to the patriarchs. The day when God called his Son out of Egypt would ultimately arrive in Christ, the true Son and faithful Israel of God. He was called out of Egypt after he fled there to escape Herod’s deadly grasp. And so we, in our union with Christ, are sons of the living God who have been redeemed and called out of the Kingdom of Darkness into the Kingdom of his Son. 

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1 Corinthians 3:10–17 — The Church as God’s Temple https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc103/ Wed, 15 Sep 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=34058 The apostle Paul uses the metaphor of a building to describe the people of God. What is the significance of this metaphor, and what are the implications of that, particularly for ministers of the word? We also discuss how to choose a pericope and how much exegetical detail is appropriate in a sermon. Participants: Glen […]]]>

The apostle Paul uses the metaphor of a building to describe the people of God. What is the significance of this metaphor, and what are the implications of that, particularly for ministers of the word? We also discuss how to choose a pericope and how much exegetical detail is appropriate in a sermon.

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Ephesians 1:4–6 — Chosen in Christ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc102/ Wed, 01 Sep 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=33749 What does it mean to be predestined, and to what end does God predestine his people? Robert Arendale joins us again in an exposition of this important passage, including a discussion exploring what part polemics play in a sermon. Participants: Mark A. Winder, Robert Arendale]]>

What does it mean to be predestined, and to what end does God predestine his people? Robert Arendale joins us again in an exposition of this important passage, including a discussion exploring what part polemics play in a sermon.

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What does it mean to be predestined and to what end does God predestine his people Robert Arendale joins us again in an exposition of this important passage including a ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,SoteriologyReformed Forumnono
Genesis 29:19-30:24 – Human Deception; Divine Operation https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc101/ Wed, 25 Aug 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=33708 This section of Genesis showcases an alarming lack of dependence upon God, which results in deception and contention in Jacob’s family. Here we see the foundation laid for much of the conflict of the following chapters, as well as the introduction of Joseph whose story will be the subject of the last third of Genesis. […]]]>

This section of Genesis showcases an alarming lack of dependence upon God, which results in deception and contention in Jacob’s family. Here we see the foundation laid for much of the conflict of the following chapters, as well as the introduction of Joseph whose story will be the subject of the last third of Genesis. In spite of Jacob’s foolishness, God will take this dysfunctional family in forming people for himself.

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Ephesians 1:1–3 — Welcome to Ephesus https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc100/ Wed, 30 Jun 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=33092 The Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Ephesus to remind them of the “unsearchable riches” of Christ (3:8).  That is, he writes to remind the Christians living in that metropolitan port city, awash in paganism, of the heavenly blessings that belong to them in Christ (1:3).  A few years prior to his writing the […]]]>

The Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Ephesus to remind them of the “unsearchable riches” of Christ (3:8).  That is, he writes to remind the Christians living in that metropolitan port city, awash in paganism, of the heavenly blessings that belong to them in Christ (1:3).  A few years prior to his writing the letter to the Ephesians, Paul had labored in the city for almost three years.  God in his grace blessed Paul’s ministry in Ephesus, and many sinners repented and turned to Christ (Acts 19:1-20).  Paul’s letter to the Ephesians is a rich treasure of Christ-exalting truth.  In Christ the age to come has exploded into this present evil age; and by means of the Holy Spirit, the exalted Christ is building his church composed of both Jew and Gentile who have been reconciled unto God and unto one another.  As we, like the Ephesians, revel in the blessings of our union with Christ, we are called to ‘live a life worthy of the calling we have received’ (4:1).  We are called to walk by faith in a manner befitting our status as saints in Christ (1:1).  Join us as we introduce the glorious letter of the Apostle Paul.

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The Apostle Paul wrote to the believers in Ephesus to remind them of the unsearchable riches of Christ 3 8 That is he writes to remind the Christians living in ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Genesis 29:1–18 — Seeking His Bride https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc98/ Tue, 22 Jun 2021 22:30:37 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=32863 Jacob’s search for a bride parallels two other searches, all of which point us to Christ who offers the water of life and becomes a servant to secure his bride. We therefore must become servants of Christ that as his bride we might receive the water of life. Participants: Mark A. Winder]]>

Jacob’s search for a bride parallels two other searches, all of which point us to Christ who offers the water of life and becomes a servant to secure his bride. We therefore must become servants of Christ that as his bride we might receive the water of life.

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Jacob s search for a bride parallels two other searches all of which point us to Christ who offers the water of life and becomes a servant to secure his ...DeuteronomicHistory,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 10 – The Fruitful Vine https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc99/ Wed, 26 May 2021 04:00:00 +0000 https://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=32277 In Hosea 10 the prophet likens Israel to a vineyard and and garden – but not a very fruitful one. In fact, her covenants with the nations has given rise to terrible idolatry, which is spiritual adultery. She is faithless and therefore fruitless. But the judgment and curse God pronounced upon her would not finally […]]]>

In Hosea 10 the prophet likens Israel to a vineyard and and garden – but not a very fruitful one. In fact, her covenants with the nations has given rise to terrible idolatry, which is spiritual adultery. She is faithless and therefore fruitless. But the judgment and curse God pronounced upon her would not finally fall upon her, but on him who is the true vine. And now as branches in that vine, we have redemption and the grace to bear good fruit. 

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In Hosea 10 the prophet likens Israel to a vineyard and and garden but not a very fruitful one In fact her covenants with the nations has given rise to ...Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Genesis 28:10–22 — God’s Ladder https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc97/ Wed, 24 Mar 2021 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31802 Occasionally the New Testament provides a direct connection to the words of the Old, pointing like a bright beacon to the person of Christ. We find that is the case as we look at the story of God’s ladder from Genesis 28. Angels ascend the ladder with a message for God from Jacob and descend […]]]>

Occasionally the New Testament provides a direct connection to the words of the Old, pointing like a bright beacon to the person of Christ. We find that is the case as we look at the story of God’s ladder from Genesis 28. Angels ascend the ladder with a message for God from Jacob and descend from heaven with a message from God for Jacob.

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Occasionally the New Testament provides a direct connection to the words of the Old pointing like a bright beacon to the person of Christ We find that is the case ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Genesis 27:41–28:9 — The Departure of Jacob https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc96/ Wed, 10 Mar 2021 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31480 Although Jacob and Esau both show themselves unworthy to inherit the covenant promises, we see, through two theological paradigms—the offspring and the land—that God Almighty will lead his people to the land of promise. Participants: Glen Clary, Mark A. Winder]]>

Although Jacob and Esau both show themselves unworthy to inherit the covenant promises, we see, through two theological paradigms—the offspring and the land—that God Almighty will lead his people to the land of promise.

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Although Jacob and Esau both show themselves unworthy to inherit the covenant promises we see through two theological paradigms the offspring and the land that God Almighty will lead his ...DeuteronomicHistory,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Matthew 2:1–12 — The Visit of the Magi https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc95/ Wed, 03 Mar 2021 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31340 Matthew’s account of the visit of the Magi is not exactly the story as we know it from our cultural Christmas traditions. The response of these wisemen to the birth of Jesus is what the response of Herod should have been, and what our response should be, namely, worship. Participants: Joel Fick, Mark A. Winder]]>

Matthew’s account of the visit of the Magi is not exactly the story as we know it from our cultural Christmas traditions. The response of these wisemen to the birth of Jesus is what the response of Herod should have been, and what our response should be, namely, worship.

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Matthew s account of the visit of the Magi is not exactly the story as we know it from our cultural Christmas traditions The response of these wisemen to the ...Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Matthew 1:18–25 — The Birth of Jesus https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc94/ Wed, 24 Feb 2021 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31293 In today’s episode we look at Matthew’s account of the genesis of Jesus. In this account of his birth story Matthew draws our attention to the particular perspective of Joseph, the comforting message of the angel, the wonder of the virgin birth, the glory of the Immanuel promise, and the significance of the name of […]]]>

In today’s episode we look at Matthew’s account of the genesis of Jesus. In this account of his birth story Matthew draws our attention to the particular perspective of Joseph, the comforting message of the angel, the wonder of the virgin birth, the glory of the Immanuel promise, and the significance of the name of Jesus as the one who saves his people from their sins.

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In today s episode we look at Matthew s account of the genesis of Jesus In this account of his birth story Matthew draws our attention to the particular perspective ...Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 9 — Elect Exiles https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc93/ Wed, 10 Feb 2021 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31184 Hosea ministers in Israel between the time of the conquest of Canaan and the exile. In chapter nine of his prophecy, he tells of the coming judgment-exile of Israel into the land of the uncircumcised. But there is hope! God will preserve a remnant—elect exiles—for his own glory and as his chosen portion. For Christ […]]]>

Hosea ministers in Israel between the time of the conquest of Canaan and the exile. In chapter nine of his prophecy, he tells of the coming judgment-exile of Israel into the land of the uncircumcised. But there is hope! God will preserve a remnant—elect exiles—for his own glory and as his chosen portion. For Christ was exiled in his death because of our sins, so that we who were once far off may be brought near by the blood. And now, in Christ, we are elect exiles called to conduct ourselves honorably in the midst of wicked and perverse generation.

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Hosea ministers in Israel between the time of the conquest of Canaan and the exile In chapter nine of his prophecy he tells of the coming judgment exile of Israel ...Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Genesis 27:1–40 — To Steal a Blessing https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc92/ Wed, 03 Feb 2021 05:00:33 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31143 Esau has been disqualified to receive the covenant blessing, but Isaac intends to give it to him anyway. In fact, none of the four characters in this chapter is painted in a good light. As Jacob and Rebecca plot to steal the blessing, it becomes clear that the blessing may only come through the work […]]]>

Esau has been disqualified to receive the covenant blessing, but Isaac intends to give it to him anyway. In fact, none of the four characters in this chapter is painted in a good light. As Jacob and Rebecca plot to steal the blessing, it becomes clear that the blessing may only come through the work of God himself—and we are pointed to the promised covenant Son.

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Esau has been disqualified to receive the covenant blessing but Isaac intends to give it to him anyway In fact none of the four characters in this chapter is painted ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
1 Corinthians 3:1–9 — God’s Fellow Workers https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc91/ Wed, 27 Jan 2021 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31092 Paul once again admonishes the church in Corinth over its division into rival parties with some following Paul, and other Apollos. Paul rebukes them because this behavior is of the flesh and they have elevated the minister of the gospel to an unwarranted and unbiblical position. Ministers are but servants used as instruments in the […]]]>

Paul once again admonishes the church in Corinth over its division into rival parties with some following Paul, and other Apollos. Paul rebukes them because this behavior is of the flesh and they have elevated the minister of the gospel to an unwarranted and unbiblical position. Ministers are but servants used as instruments in the hands of God and they are fellow workers under God.

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Paul once again admonishes the church in Corinth over its division into rival parties with some following Paul and other Apollos Paul rebukes them because this behavior is of the ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
1 Corinthians 2:6–16 — Spiritual Wisdom https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc90/ Wed, 20 Jan 2021 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=31053 In this passage, the Apostle Paul highlights the role of the Holy Spirit as the revealer and illuminator of the wisdom of God, which is the gospel of Jesus Christ. That divine wisdom was eternally decreed by God before the foundation of the world and is now revealed by the Spirit through the preaching of […]]]>

In this passage, the Apostle Paul highlights the role of the Holy Spirit as the revealer and illuminator of the wisdom of God, which is the gospel of Jesus Christ. That divine wisdom was eternally decreed by God before the foundation of the world and is now revealed by the Spirit through the preaching of the gospel.

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In this passage the Apostle Paul highlights the role of the Holy Spirit as the revealer and illuminator of the wisdom of God which is the gospel of Jesus Christ ...ActsandPaul,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Genesis 26:23–25 — God Alone Gives Peace https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc89/ Wed, 23 Dec 2020 05:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=30907 In Genesis 26, God confirms the covenant promise to Isaac—the heart of which is “I will be with you.” In this episode, we see how God not only keeps this promise to Isaac in the midst of conflict, but also how he continues to keep this promise to believers today, as we too journey through […]]]>

In Genesis 26, God confirms the covenant promise to Isaac—the heart of which is “I will be with you.” In this episode, we see how God not only keeps this promise to Isaac in the midst of conflict, but also how he continues to keep this promise to believers today, as we too journey through a hostile land, seeking peace through the gospel as we look to the land of promise where God will dwell with us perfectly.

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In Genesis 26 God confirms the covenant promise to Isaac the heart of which is I will be with you In this episode we see how God not only keeps ...MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Matthew 1:1–18 — The Royal Line of Christ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc88/ Wed, 14 Oct 2020 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=30489 As the Gospel According to Matthew begins we are introduced to the royal line of Jesus, where Matthew presents Jesus to us as the Davidic king, the universal king, and the final king through whom all of God’s purposes are fulfilled. Participants: Joel Fick, Mark A. Winder]]>

As the Gospel According to Matthew begins we are introduced to the royal line of Jesus, where Matthew presents Jesus to us as the Davidic king, the universal king, and the final king through whom all of God’s purposes are fulfilled.

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As the Gospel According to Matthew begins we are introduced to the royal line of Jesus where Matthew presents Jesus to us as the Davidic king the universal king and ...Gospels,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 8 — When More Is Less https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc87/ Tue, 06 Oct 2020 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=30343 Hosea brings a word of judgment upon Israel, threatening to send them into exile and judgment for their sin. Christ as the true and obedient Israel secures for his people the promised deliverance from sin’s guilt and power. Christ calls us therefore to exclusive fidelity to him. Participants: Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder]]>

Hosea brings a word of judgment upon Israel, threatening to send them into exile and judgment for their sin. Christ as the true and obedient Israel secures for his people the promised deliverance from sin’s guilt and power. Christ calls us therefore to exclusive fidelity to him.

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Hosea brings a word of judgment upon Israel threatening to send them into exile and judgment for their sin Christ as the true and obedient Israel secures for his people ...Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
The Spirit of Schleiermacher in Preaching https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc86/ Tue, 29 Sep 2020 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=30342 In an age of skepticism, Fredrich Schleiermacher wanted to cast religion in a manner that would be relevant and respected. In Episode 86 Jim Cassidy and Mark Winder discuss how the father of modern liberal theology continues to manifest an influence in pulpit speech today. Does the drive to make preaching more “relevant” and “practical” […]]]>

In an age of skepticism, Fredrich Schleiermacher wanted to cast religion in a manner that would be relevant and respected. In Episode 86 Jim Cassidy and Mark Winder discuss how the father of modern liberal theology continues to manifest an influence in pulpit speech today. Does the drive to make preaching more “relevant” and “practical” today manifest a spirit of Schleiermacher in the pulpit? Is the quality of a sermon determined by its relevancy to our current age?

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In an age of skepticism Fredrich Schleiermacher wanted to cast religion in a manner that would be relevant and respected In Episode 86 Jim Cassidy and Mark Winder discuss how ...MinistryoftheWord,ModernChurch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 7 — The Love of God and the Stubbornness of Man https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc85/ Wed, 02 Sep 2020 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?post_type=podcast&p=28766 Jim Cassidy shows us how Israel’s folly and sinfulness renders her incapable of obeying God. In order to obey the Lord, she needs the Lord to grant to her the very thing that she herself can not do. Hosea uses striking imagery to show us Israel’s rebellion, but equally striking and parallel imagery to show […]]]>

Jim Cassidy shows us how Israel’s folly and sinfulness renders her incapable of obeying God. In order to obey the Lord, she needs the Lord to grant to her the very thing that she herself can not do. Hosea uses striking imagery to show us Israel’s rebellion, but equally striking and parallel imagery to show the Lord’s mercy and provision for redemption.

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Jim Cassidy shows us how Israel s folly and sinfulness renders her incapable of obeying God In order to obey the Lord she needs the Lord to grant to her ...Hosea,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Exodus 2:11–15 — The Formation of a Savior https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc84/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc84/#respond Wed, 29 Apr 2020 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=26075 Joel Fick shows us how important it is to bring various passages of Scripture to bear upon one another, particularly where one may fill in the gap for the other. In Exodus 2 we learn how Christ is not a picture of Moses, but rather Moses is a picture of Christ. Participants: Joel Fick, Mark […]]]>

Joel Fick shows us how important it is to bring various passages of Scripture to bear upon one another, particularly where one may fill in the gap for the other. In Exodus 2 we learn how Christ is not a picture of Moses, but rather Moses is a picture of Christ.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc84/feed/ 0 Joel Fick shows us how important it is to bring various passages of Scripture to bear upon one another particularly where one may fill in the gap for the other ...BiblicalTheology,MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Genesis 26 — Compromise, Controversy, and Covenant https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc83/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc83/#respond Wed, 22 Apr 2020 04:00:00 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=26044 Mark Winder shows us how in the story of Isaac which parallels that of Abraham, there is a theological point being made: from a human perspective there is one crisis after another. But from the divine perspective, there is no salvation outside of God. Only his hand will triumph. We will also see how Abraham’s […]]]>

Mark Winder shows us how in the story of Isaac which parallels that of Abraham, there is a theological point being made: from a human perspective there is one crisis after another. But from the divine perspective, there is no salvation outside of God. Only his hand will triumph. We will also see how Abraham’s obedience is a type of the obedience of Christ.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc83/feed/ 0 Mark Winder shows us how in the story of Isaac which parallels that of Abraham there is a theological point being made from a human perspective there is one crisis ...DeuteronomicHistory,MinistryoftheWord,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 6:4–11 — The Covenant Keeper https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc82/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc82/#respond Wed, 15 Apr 2020 04:00:36 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=26042 Jim Cassidy gives us a primer on covenant theology. As Israel, shaped by the law, becomes an analogy of Adam as Adam is in covenant with God in the garden, a pattern is seen between Adam and Israel. If Adam disobeys, he is exiled from the Garden, as is also the case with Israel. God, […]]]>

Jim Cassidy gives us a primer on covenant theology. As Israel, shaped by the law, becomes an analogy of Adam as Adam is in covenant with God in the garden, a pattern is seen between Adam and Israel. If Adam disobeys, he is exiled from the Garden, as is also the case with Israel. God, however, is the covenant keeper, providing redemption for his people in doing what they are unable to do.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc82/feed/ 0 Jim Cassidy gives us a primer on covenant theology As Israel shaped by the law becomes an analogy of Adam as Adam is in covenant with God in the garden ...Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Exodus 2:1–10 — The Birth, Burial, and Resurrection of a Savior https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc81/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc81/#respond Wed, 08 Jan 2020 20:09:47 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=24815 In episode 81, Joel Fick leads us in a study of the birth of Moses. He demonstrates a model of preaching Christ not based upon merely noting a few parallels between an Old Testament character and the life of Christ, but based upon deep theological themes and direct scriptural references. Participants: Jim Cassidy, Joel Fick, […]]]>

In episode 81, Joel Fick leads us in a study of the birth of Moses. He demonstrates a model of preaching Christ not based upon merely noting a few parallels between an Old Testament character and the life of Christ, but based upon deep theological themes and direct scriptural references.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc81/feed/ 0 In episode 81 Joel Fick leads us in a study of the birth of Moses He demonstrates a model of preaching Christ not based upon merely noting a few parallels ...MinistryoftheWord,Miscellany,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Hosea 6:1–3 — Returning to the Lord https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc80/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc80/#respond Tue, 05 Nov 2019 00:29:40 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=21641 Knowledge is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end that we might know the new world of God. When we understand that we are citizens of the age to come, it changes everything about how we live our lives in the midst of this present evil age. Participants: Adam York, […]]]>

Knowledge is not an end in itself, it is a means to an end that we might know the new world of God. When we understand that we are citizens of the age to come, it changes everything about how we live our lives in the midst of this present evil age.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc80/feed/ 0 Knowledge is not an end in itself it is a means to an end that we might know the new world of God When we understand that we are citizens ...BiblicalTheology,Hosea,MinistryoftheWord,Preaching,ProphetsReformed Forumnono
Genesis 25:22–34 — A Conflict for the Ages https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc79/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc79/#respond Wed, 02 Oct 2019 23:02:22 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=20316 The conflict between Jacob and Esau serves as a paradigm for the redemptive conflict of the ages. God uses what the world would consider weak to accomplish his plan and demonstrate his power. Participants: Adam York, Jim Cassidy, Mark A. Winder]]>

The conflict between Jacob and Esau serves as a paradigm for the redemptive conflict of the ages. God uses what the world would consider weak to accomplish his plan and demonstrate his power.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc79/feed/ 0 The conflict between Jacob and Esau serves as a paradigm for the redemptive conflict of the ages God uses what the world would consider weak to accomplish his plan and ...BiblicalTheology,MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono
Genesis 25:1–21 — Epilogue to Abraham https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc78/ https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc78/#respond Wed, 18 Sep 2019 04:00:54 +0000 http://reformedforum.org/?p=19859 In Episode 78 the panel discusses how the story of redemption shifts focus from Abraham to his descendants, and particularly to Isaac and Jacob. Employing a covenantal and redemptive-historical hermeneutic becomes important in understanding the significance of this shift and its implication for the inclusion of the Gentiles. Participants: Adam York, Jim Cassidy, Mark Wind]]>

In Episode 78 the panel discusses how the story of redemption shifts focus from Abraham to his descendants, and particularly to Isaac and Jacob. Employing a covenantal and redemptive-historical hermeneutic becomes important in understanding the significance of this shift and its implication for the inclusion of the Gentiles.

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https://reformedforum.org/podcasts/pc78/feed/ 0 In Episode 78 the panel discusses how the story of redemption shifts focus from Abraham to his descendants and particularly to Isaac and Jacob Employing a covenantal and redemptive historical ...BiblicalTheology,MinistryoftheWord,Pentateuch,PreachingReformed Forumnono