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The podcast of St. Paul's Church, a non-denominational community of Christ-followers in Willington, CT

Latest Episodes

Revelation: The Throne of God

This week we moved on in the Book of Revelation from the messages to the seven churches to John's vivid visions. We established some ground rules for understanding and appreciating these visions as much as possible, and then reflected on the significance of the vision of God's throne.

31 MIN3 d ago
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Revelation: The Throne of God

Daily Redemption

This week we were joined by guest speaker Carrye Burr from the preaching team at Hope Church in East Hampton. Carrye challenged us to think about how what Christ has done for us should influence our sense of security, our daily experience, and our view of our own failures.

32 MIN1 w ago
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Daily Redemption

Revelation Letters: Laodicea

Of all the seven churches Jesus writes to in Revelation, Laodicea might be the most relatable for 21st century Americans: they weren't facing significant persecution and they found security in their health and wealth. Jesus described them as "lukewarm." We identified what that means, as well as Jesus' prescribed solution.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Revelation Letters: Laodicea

Revelation Letters: Philadelphia

The small church in Philadelphia didn't receive any correction from Jesus, but it did receive a lot of encouragement to continue doing what they were doing. We considered how Jesus' words of encouragement to them can also encourage us as well. We also considered if Jesus' words of encouragement require us to believe in the idea of "the rapture," popularized by books and movies like Left Behind.

32 MIN3 w ago
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Revelation Letters: Philadelphia

Revelation Letters: Sardis

The church at Sardis was good at keeping up appearances, but not at actually following Jesus. We considered how easy it is to fall into the trap of faith as performance, and how to break free from "sleepy hypocrisy."

31 MINOCT 13
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Revelation Letters: Sardis

Revelation Letters: Thyatira

The church in Thyatira was commendable in so many ways, but it had one dangerous flaw: it had become too tolerant. In a culture where tolerance is often viewed as one of the most important virtues, we considered what this means for us.

39 MINOCT 6
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Revelation Letters: Thyatira

Accepting Hardship as a Path to Peace

This week guest speaker Peter Scalzo returned (his last visit was in early 2018) to talk more about what God has taught him through his 15-year (ongoing) struggle with cancer and his 12-step recovery journey.

36 MINSEP 29
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Accepting Hardship as a Path to Peace

Revelation Letters: Pergamum

This week we looked at the message to the first century church in Pergamum. Jesus saw much to commend, but was concerned about a subgroup that had embraced two dangerous sins - both of which are big temptations in our culture today. He promised that those who overcome will be given "hidden manna" and "a white stone with a new name." We considered what these intriguing promises might mean...

38 MINSEP 22
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Revelation Letters: Pergamum

Revelation Letters: Smyrna

In Smyrna refusing to worship anyone but Jesus could result in imprisonment or even death. For many people today, "Smyrnan faith" doesn't make sense. We identified several reasons why, and what's missing in many people's understanding of faith.

32 MINSEP 15
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Revelation Letters: Smyrna

Revelation Letters: Ephesus

This week we began our new series on the seven letters written to the churches in the Book of Revelation, starting with the letter to the church in Ephesus. Jesus commended this church for many things, but said that it suffered from one critical flaw that could forever destroy its witness.

35 MINSEP 8
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Revelation Letters: Ephesus

Latest Episodes

Revelation: The Throne of God

This week we moved on in the Book of Revelation from the messages to the seven churches to John's vivid visions. We established some ground rules for understanding and appreciating these visions as much as possible, and then reflected on the significance of the vision of God's throne.

31 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Revelation: The Throne of God

Daily Redemption

This week we were joined by guest speaker Carrye Burr from the preaching team at Hope Church in East Hampton. Carrye challenged us to think about how what Christ has done for us should influence our sense of security, our daily experience, and our view of our own failures.

32 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Daily Redemption

Revelation Letters: Laodicea

Of all the seven churches Jesus writes to in Revelation, Laodicea might be the most relatable for 21st century Americans: they weren't facing significant persecution and they found security in their health and wealth. Jesus described them as "lukewarm." We identified what that means, as well as Jesus' prescribed solution.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Revelation Letters: Laodicea

Revelation Letters: Philadelphia

The small church in Philadelphia didn't receive any correction from Jesus, but it did receive a lot of encouragement to continue doing what they were doing. We considered how Jesus' words of encouragement to them can also encourage us as well. We also considered if Jesus' words of encouragement require us to believe in the idea of "the rapture," popularized by books and movies like Left Behind.

32 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Revelation Letters: Philadelphia

Revelation Letters: Sardis

The church at Sardis was good at keeping up appearances, but not at actually following Jesus. We considered how easy it is to fall into the trap of faith as performance, and how to break free from "sleepy hypocrisy."

31 MINOCT 13
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Revelation Letters: Sardis

Revelation Letters: Thyatira

The church in Thyatira was commendable in so many ways, but it had one dangerous flaw: it had become too tolerant. In a culture where tolerance is often viewed as one of the most important virtues, we considered what this means for us.

39 MINOCT 6
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Revelation Letters: Thyatira

Accepting Hardship as a Path to Peace

This week guest speaker Peter Scalzo returned (his last visit was in early 2018) to talk more about what God has taught him through his 15-year (ongoing) struggle with cancer and his 12-step recovery journey.

36 MINSEP 29
Comments
Accepting Hardship as a Path to Peace

Revelation Letters: Pergamum

This week we looked at the message to the first century church in Pergamum. Jesus saw much to commend, but was concerned about a subgroup that had embraced two dangerous sins - both of which are big temptations in our culture today. He promised that those who overcome will be given "hidden manna" and "a white stone with a new name." We considered what these intriguing promises might mean...

38 MINSEP 22
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Revelation Letters: Pergamum

Revelation Letters: Smyrna

In Smyrna refusing to worship anyone but Jesus could result in imprisonment or even death. For many people today, "Smyrnan faith" doesn't make sense. We identified several reasons why, and what's missing in many people's understanding of faith.

32 MINSEP 15
Comments
Revelation Letters: Smyrna

Revelation Letters: Ephesus

This week we began our new series on the seven letters written to the churches in the Book of Revelation, starting with the letter to the church in Ephesus. Jesus commended this church for many things, but said that it suffered from one critical flaw that could forever destroy its witness.

35 MINSEP 8
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Revelation Letters: Ephesus
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