PP059 How Christ Makes Hell Serve His People

Hell is a horrible reality, and yet Christians are not to be embarrassed by it. God’s salvation is amazingly complete; after saving us from hell, he then forces hell to serve the believer’s wellbeing and joy. In this episode we discuss how Christ has pressed hell into his service, causing it to save us from six things: hopelessness, vengefulness, joylessness…Tune in to hear the rest.
Scriptures Referenced: Ps 98:5-9; Rev 11:16-18; Rom 9:22-24; 12:17-21; Eph 2:1-10; Col 3:5-8; Eph 5:3-6; Rom 10:1; Rev 22:17; 1Thess 1:9-10
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PP055 The Joy of Justification by Faith

Don’t let one more day go by without understanding the life-altering truth of justification by faith! It is a doctrine that is culturally relevant and personally relevant because it means we can live life out of a place of acceptance. Its many benefits include (1) peace with God, (2) living in a town called grace, (3) and the certain hope of a glorious future.

Scriptures Referenced: Rom. 1-5
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PP052 Habits of Grace: The Joy of Giving

Our Lord Jesus taught that it is more happy to give than to receive, and he should know. God is the happy God who gives with great generosity and joy. When we worship him we become joyfully generous too. And not only does worship produce giving, but our giving is part of our worship. Learn all this and more from special guest Justin Pratt, and see if it doesn’t spread a smile on your face!


Scriptures Referenced: Acts 20:35; Jam 1:17; 1Cor 9:15; 1Tim 1:11; Matt 6:63; Heb 13:16; Phil 4:18; Rom 12:1; Matt 20; 2Cor 9
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PP047 A Sword for Christmas

At the first Christmas, Mary was given a painful sword, but it was a sword sheathed with comfort. Are you going through pain this Christmas? Then join Mary in embracing the five comforts God gave her in her trial: the comfort of knowing (1) that suffering is normal for Christians, (2) God is in control, (3) that he is preparing you for the future, (4) and that you are not alone. The greatest comfort of all—a comfort that nothing can take away from you—is (5) the comfort of having Christ as your Saviour. To receive Him is to receive pure joy this Christmas.


Scriptures Referenced: Luke 2:21-39; Rom. 8:28-29
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PP036 The Recipe for a Happy Thanksgiving

Colossians 1:12 is a great verse for Thanksgiving Day. It tells us to give thanks with joy to the Father. Learn Paul’s special recipe for making every day a happy day of thanksgiving.


Scriptures Referenced: Col 1:3, 9-14; 3:15; 1Th 5:18; 1Pet 3:18


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PP035 Singing by the Seaside

When Israel was saved out of Egypt, they sang praise to God, on the banks of the Red Sea. If you have been redeemed, the Lord has put a new song in your mouth – so sing it! As people saved by the Lord, we have good reason to praise him in song. But what should we be singing?


Scriptures Referenced: Ex 15; Mt 26:30; 1Cor 14:15,26; Eph 5:19; Col 3:16


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PP034 The Ache of Autumn & Gospel Greens

Whether autumn is your favourite season of the year or least favourite, Psalm 65 is for you. Its strange celebration of the forgiveness of sins and the fall harvest teach us how much the gospel has to offer lovers of nature and those who care about the environment. In this episode we learn how to enrich our enjoyment of autumn, share the gospel with our friends who want to save the earth, and deepen our hunger for heaven.


Scriptures Referenced: Ps 65; 1Ki 8:35-36


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PP028 What You Think of God is the Most Important Thing About You

People created in the image of God cannot have a proper assessment of themselves without a proper assessment of God. And people who were created to glorify God and enjoy Him forever cannot do so without truly knowing God. So what you think about God is not only important, it is the most important thing about you. Continuing our journey through Psalm 103, we learn what it unfolds concerning God’s character – and what that means for you and me.


Scriptures Referenced: Ex 34:5-6; Ps 89:14; 103:6-10; Lk 4:16-19; Rom 12:12-21

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PP022 Lifehacker’s Guide to Prayer

Psalm 20:4 says “May he grant you your heart’s desire and fulfill all your plans!” Could that verse be addressing us? To tell us that God wants to give us all that our heart desires? No, it’s ultimately speaking about the Lord Jesus, which is far better, because the Lord Jesus gets all that his heart desires, and what his heart desires is….YOU! Psalm 20 gives us three life hacks for prayer: (1) a new joy in prayer; (2) a new confidence in prayer; and (3) a new way to pray.

Scriptures Referenced: Ps 20; John 16:23-24; 17:24

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