PP056 My Chains Are Gone, I’ve Been Redeemed

Everyone loves a story of sweet redemption, but there is no redemption story like that of the Christian gospel. The helpless are rescued. The bankrupt have their debt paid. Slaves are set free. Gospel freedom is the best kind of freedom, and not only has the gospel set us free from guilt through the blood of Christ, it also guarantees us a future redemption when our Redeemer returns.


Scriptures Referenced: Gen 48:15-16; Ex 6:6-7; 12; Isa 43:1-2; Luk 9:24; Rom 8:23; Gal 5:1, 13; Eph 1:7, 13-14; Php 3:21; 1Tim 1:10; 1Pet 1:18-19
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I Love to Read Month Reading Schedule

So you’ve agreed to join us for our February reading challenge? Wonderful! Please see the suggested reading schedule below. It will keep you synced up with the episodes as they come out each Sunday night.

WeekDatesChapters to ReadMain Topic
1Feb 1-6Chps 1-2Holiness of God
2Feb 7-13Chps 3-5Justification
3Feb 14-20Chps 6-8Redemption
4Feb 21-27Chps 9-12Faith
5Feb 28 – Mar 6Chps 13-14Sanctification
6Mar 7-13Chps 15-17Final Judgment
Reading Schedule for the book Key Bible Concepts by David Gooding and John Lennox

When you’ve finished the book, send us an email at info@practicologypodcast.com and we’ll include your name in a draw for another free David Gooding book! Deadline for the draw is March 15, 2022.

For information on how to get a copy of this book, please see the show notes for episode 48.

PP026 Discipleship, Part 3

In David Williamson’s final installment on Christian discipleship, we learn that not only is Christ before us that we may follow him, and beside us that we may fellowship with him, but he is also behind us enabling us to fight for him. We don’t fight with phyiscal swords, but it is a battle against the ideas of the culture – we “have divine power to destroy strongholds, to destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God.” 

Scriptures Referenced: Mk 6:7-13; 8:14-15; 2Cor 10:3-5

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