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In this episode I share some original songs. Colossians 3:16 says, "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God." Let's give it whirl.... Thanks for listening! (lyrics) Where I Belong (Under the Cross) When the torrents pound down on my life When there is no relief in sight When my sorrows are too much to bear When my heart is weighed down with cares There is one place Only one place I know I can go Under the cross Under Your gaze Under Your love Under Your grace That’s where I’m safe That’s where I’m strong That’s where I belong You have been a shelter to me A safe place a sanctuary You stand around me and guard my life You uphold me in the downpours of life There is one Lord Only one Lord Who won’t let me go Under the cross Under Your gaze Under Your love Under Your grace That’s where I’m safe That’s where I’m strong That’s where I belong When the sorrows seem to much to bear You uphold me You uphold me When the trials of life seem so unfair You console me You console me Under the cross Under Your gaze Under Your love Under Your grace That’s where I’m safe That’s where I’m strong That’s where I belong Desert In Bloom (Isaiah 35) KP: “You know my grandma always said, ‘If you’re digging a hole that you don’t want to be in, first thing you got to do is stop digging.’” Steady shaking knees and strengthen feeble hands Say to fearful hearts hiding in the land “He is coming!” “He is coming! The ransomed will come back dripping in glory Their joy will overtake them their sorrows gonna flee They’ll be singing, they’ll be singing See the parched land bloom A hurting people like the sun at noon So open blind eyes and unplug deaf ears The mute are gonna shout the lame jump like a deer It is freeing, it is freeing The burning sand a pool streams in the desert flow In the barren haunts papyrus starts to grow It is healing, it is healing See the parched land bloom A hurting people like the sun at noon See the parched land bloom A hurting people like the sun at noon You ain’t never seen a people like this before Ain’t never seen a people with so much soul They know how to rock and they know how to roll They know how to rock and they know how to roll Steady shaking knees and strengthen feeble hands Say to fearful hearts hiding in the land “He is coming!” “He is coming! The ransomed will come back dripping in glory Their joy will overtake them their sorrows gonna flee They’ll be singing, they’ll be singing Singing like the stars shining like the sun Feel the earth quake baby here He comes Righteous gonna laugh wicked gonna run Can you feel it? Here He comes! So Much Hope (Hands to the Sky) When clouds surround my head When darkness closes in I will choose to laugh Cause I know I’m gonna win You showed Your love You shed Your blood Went to the cross for me Now I’m alive Hidden in Christ So why should I worry I got my hands to the sky The whole world wondering why I got a smile on my face When they all wanna cry I got my hands in the air And no I don’t care If everyone around me Wants to stop and stare Your love broke through my shame Your truth broke every chain In Adam I was dead Now in Christ I reign You showed Your love You shed Your blood Went to the cross for me I got so much, so much hope I got so much, so much hope I got so much, so much hope Pull up pull up Light beam in all the place Push out push out Darkness flee out from the place

12 MIN1 weeks ago
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d6 songs

The Radical Nature of New Covenant Worship

Worship is not meant for a special hour at a special place when we're wearing special clothes and doing special ceremonies; it is to be woven into the fabric of our lives all of the time! Unlimited access to holy places in heaven is what Hebrews 9-10 describes as our "regulations for worship." Enjoying the radical nature of New Covenant worship is our inheritance as children of God. The world and the devil would like it very much if we confine our worship to singing on Sunday morning. God invites to something much more marvelous, much more magnificent and much more consequential!

26 MIN3 weeks ago
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The Radical Nature of New Covenant Worship

Thoughts on Song Leading

A few weeks ago the Manthanos//Kairos (XICF student ministry) led the singing at XICF's Sunday morning gathering (xicf.org). We had a great time! In this episode I share some of my exhortation to those young song-leaders. I hope it will encourage you, regardless of your involvement (or lack of involvement) in singing at church meetings! ;) There is no price too high to pay to have a moment of giving God all of our attention and basking in His goodness. "Serve the Lord with gladness! Come into his presence with singing!" (Ps. 100:2) Music is supremely useful for this purpose: it can help focus our souls on the majesty of God. Music can make us aware of God's nearness, His majesty, His gloriousness. It is one of the finest gifts of God to humanity. Leading others in times of singing to God is an incredible honor. Though I am still learning how to steward those moments, I know that an easy mistake is to miss enjoying God in the moment myself. Learning how to facilitate those moments an...

11 MINAUG 19
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Thoughts on Song Leading

Your (Second) Most Powerful God-Given Ability!

The atom bomb had its genesis in someone's imagination- as did every other invention. The ability to see something that doesn't exist yet (to imagine it) is so powerful it can hardly be overstated. Much human suffering has been wrought at the hands of people with corrupt imaginations, but with a God-informed imagination (vision) we have hope! We can picture things the way He would like them to be and we can be part of seeing His will be done on earth! In this episode I encourage you to let the Word of God inform your imagination. Let your eyes of faith be opened as you surrender your ability to fantasize to the Holy Spirit! Is. 26:3; Gen. 6:5; Ps. 139:16; Eph. 2:10; Mk. 6:41; Ez. 13:3; 2 Cor. 10:5; Heb. 11:1

29 MINJUL 19
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Your (Second) Most Powerful God-Given Ability!

Jordan Peterson and the Rich Young Ruler | Who Dares Say He Believes in God?

In this episode I comment on Jordan Peterson’s mischaracterization of the story of Jesus and the Rich Young Ruler as well as the idea “Who dares say he believes in God?” (s02e15 of The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast). There’s too much information (and misinformation) out there to waste time responding to everything we disagree with. However, because I enjoy listening to JP and because I think many people might potentially identify with what he is saying here, I thought it would be worthwhile to offer a response. Are we willing to call Jesus “good”? That is, are we willing to call Jesus God? This was the issue for the rich young ruler. It is still the issue; both for JP and for all of us. At the end of the podcast we look at some other passages of Scripture: Jn. 1:1; Jn. 1:14; 1 Tim 3:16; Mt. 1:23; Is. 9:6; Acts 20:28; Col. 2:9; Ro. 9:5; Titus 2:13; Hb. 1:8: Jn. 17:3; Mt. 4:10; Mt. 14:33; Jn. 20:28; Jn. 10:30; Jn 10:33; Jn. 8.58; Mk. 2:5-12; Mt. 26:64; Ro. 3:23; Ps. 51:5; Ro. 5:12; Ga. 1:6-7; 2 Cor. 5:21; Acts 4:12.

27 MINJUL 2
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Jordan Peterson and the Rich Young Ruler | Who Dares Say He Believes in God?

Protecting Jesus’ Gift to You

In this episode we lean hard on Eugene Peterson to help us understand Paul’s epistle (letter) to the Galatians! The letters in the New Testament are much easier to understand when read as a whole rather than bit by bit. These were real letters written to real people: people with no Bibles, podcasts or Christian bookstores. If we can put ourselves in their shoes we can better understand these letters and we can also learn the lessons that they were being exhorted to learn! I hope this episode will not only help you understand the book of Galatians, but also equip you to defend the joy of your salvation from those who would try and pervert the Gospel with a performance-based relationship with God.

40 MINJUN 25
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Protecting Jesus’ Gift to You

Mystical Verse: A Poetry Reading

In this episode I read poems from the collectionThe Christian Book of Mystical Verse: A Collection of Poems, Hymns and Prayers(edited by A.W. Tozer). "Eternal Power" Isaac Watts (1674-1748) "Lord of All Being" Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894) "Majesty Divine" Frederick William Faber (1814-1863) "Would Jesus Have the Sinner Die?" by Charles Wesley (1707-1767) "Song of Assurance" by Johann Andreas Rothe (1688-1758), tr. John Wesley (1703-1791)

9 MINJUN 13
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Mystical Verse: A Poetry Reading

The Formula for Greatness in the Kingdom

Jesus doesn't rebuke His disciples for wanting to be great; instead He gives them a roadmap for how to achieve greatness. The recipe for greatness in God’s kingdom: Find someone to serve and don’t worry about getting any credit for it. To transcend one's own desires and willingly suffer for the sake of others is the example of our Lord and the path to true greatness. Mk. 9:33-37 Phil. 2:3... 1 Cor 2:16 Ro. 12:10 Eph. 4:13 1 Cor. 12:28.... Col. 1:24 Jn. 13

-1 sJUN 3
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The Formula for Greatness in the Kingdom

Body Image

This world wants us to conform to its standards- including its standard of beauty. How we perceive ourselves physically (our body image) is a direct result of how we think! Should we accept the world’s guidelines of what’s beautiful, handsome and attractive or should we question the criteria thrust upon us? Ro. 12:1-2 Eph. 4:17 1 Pe. 3:3-34 Pr. 31:30 1 Sam. 16:6-7 Lk. 16:15 1 Tim. 4:8 Ps. 139:14 Gen. 1:26-27 1 Thes. 1:4 Eph. 2:10 Ph. 3:3 Ps. 147:10-11 2 Cor. 5:16 Ro. 8:5, 12-13

29 MINMAY 29
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Body Image

Sex Is Awesome! (EotW&SC pt 12)

Biblical sexuality 101. Sex is awesome! In this episode we finish up our series from the End of the World and Sex Conference by talking about Biblical sexuality. 1 Cor 6 Song of Songs 3:5 Proverbs 5-7 1 Thes. 4:3-8

39 MINMAY 17
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Sex Is Awesome! (EotW&SC pt 12)

Latest Episodes

d6 songs

In this episode I share some original songs. Colossians 3:16 says, "Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God." Let's give it whirl.... Thanks for listening! (lyrics) Where I Belong (Under the Cross) When the torrents pound down on my life When there is no relief in sight When my sorrows are too much to bear When my heart is weighed down with cares There is one place Only one place I know I can go Under the cross Under Your gaze Under Your love Under Your grace That’s where I’m safe That’s where I’m strong That’s where I belong You have been a shelter to me A safe place a sanctuary You stand around me and guard my life You uphold me in the downpours of life There is one Lord Only one Lord Who won’t let me go Under the cross Under Your gaze Under Your love Under Your grace That’s where I’m safe That’s where I’m strong That’s where I belong When the sorrows seem to much to bear You uphold me You uphold me When the trials of life seem so unfair You console me You console me Under the cross Under Your gaze Under Your love Under Your grace That’s where I’m safe That’s where I’m strong That’s where I belong Desert In Bloom (Isaiah 35) KP: “You know my grandma always said, ‘If you’re digging a hole that you don’t want to be in, first thing you got to do is stop digging.’” Steady shaking knees and strengthen feeble hands Say to fearful hearts hiding in the land “He is coming!” “He is coming! The ransomed will come back dripping in glory Their joy will overtake them their sorrows gonna flee They’ll be singing, they’ll be singing See the parched land bloom A hurting people like the sun at noon So open blind eyes and unplug deaf ears The mute are gonna shout the lame jump like a deer It is freeing, it is freeing The burning sand a pool streams in the desert flow In the barren haunts papyrus starts to grow It is healing, it is healing See the parched land bloom A hurting people like the sun at noon See the parched land bloom A hurting people like the sun at noon You ain’t never seen a people like this before Ain’t never seen a people with so much soul They know how to rock and they know how to roll They know how to rock and they know how to roll Steady shaking knees and strengthen feeble hands Say to fearful hearts hiding in the land “He is coming!” “He is coming! The ransomed will come back dripping in glory Their joy will overtake them their sorrows gonna flee They’ll be singing, they’ll be singing Singing like the stars shining like the sun Feel the earth quake baby here He comes Righteous gonna laugh wicked gonna run Can you feel it? Here He comes! So Much Hope (Hands to the Sky) When clouds surround my head When darkness closes in I will choose to laugh Cause I know I’m gonna win You showed Your love You shed Your blood Went to the cross for me Now I’m alive Hidden in Christ So why should I worry I got my hands to the sky The whole world wondering why I got a smile on my face When they all wanna cry I got my hands in the air And no I don’t care If everyone around me Wants to stop and stare Your love broke through my shame Your truth broke every chain In Adam I was dead Now in Christ I reign You showed Your love You shed Your blood Went to the cross for me I got so much, so much hope I got so much, so much hope I got so much, so much hope Pull up pull up Light beam in all the place Push out push out Darkness flee out from the place

12 MIN1 weeks ago
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d6 songs

The Radical Nature of New Covenant Worship

Worship is not meant for a special hour at a special place when we're wearing special clothes and doing special ceremonies; it is to be woven into the fabric of our lives all of the time! Unlimited access to holy places in heaven is what Hebrews 9-10 describes as our "regulations for worship." Enjoying the radical nature of New Covenant worship is our inheritance as children of God. The world and the devil would like it very much if we confine our worship to singing on Sunday morning. God invites to something much more marvelous, much more magnificent and much more consequential!

26 MIN3 weeks ago
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The Radical Nature of New Covenant Worship

Thoughts on Song Leading

A few weeks ago the Manthanos//Kairos (XICF student ministry) led the singing at XICF's Sunday morning gathering (xicf.org). We had a great time! In this episode I share some of my exhortation to those young song-leaders. I hope it will encourage you, regardless of your involvement (or lack of involvement) in singing at church meetings! ;) There is no price too high to pay to have a moment of giving God all of our attention and basking in His goodness. "Serve the Lord with gladness! Come into his presence with singing!" (Ps. 100:2) Music is supremely useful for this purpose: it can help focus our souls on the majesty of God. Music can make us aware of God's nearness, His majesty, His gloriousness. It is one of the finest gifts of God to humanity. Leading others in times of singing to God is an incredible honor. Though I am still learning how to steward those moments, I know that an easy mistake is to miss enjoying God in the moment myself. Learning how to facilitate those moments an...

11 MINAUG 19
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Thoughts on Song Leading

Your (Second) Most Powerful God-Given Ability!

The atom bomb had its genesis in someone's imagination- as did every other invention. The ability to see something that doesn't exist yet (to imagine it) is so powerful it can hardly be overstated. Much human suffering has been wrought at the hands of people with corrupt imaginations, but with a God-informed imagination (vision) we have hope! We can picture things the way He would like them to be and we can be part of seeing His will be done on earth! In this episode I encourage you to let the Word of God inform your imagination. Let your eyes of faith be opened as you surrender your ability to fantasize to the Holy Spirit! Is. 26:3; Gen. 6:5; Ps. 139:16; Eph. 2:10; Mk. 6:41; Ez. 13:3; 2 Cor. 10:5; Heb. 11:1

29 MINJUL 19
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Your (Second) Most Powerful God-Given Ability!

Jordan Peterson and the Rich Young Ruler | Who Dares Say He Believes in God?

In this episode I comment on Jordan Peterson’s mischaracterization of the story of Jesus and the Rich Young Ruler as well as the idea “Who dares say he believes in God?” (s02e15 of The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast). There’s too much information (and misinformation) out there to waste time responding to everything we disagree with. However, because I enjoy listening to JP and because I think many people might potentially identify with what he is saying here, I thought it would be worthwhile to offer a response. Are we willing to call Jesus “good”? That is, are we willing to call Jesus God? This was the issue for the rich young ruler. It is still the issue; both for JP and for all of us. At the end of the podcast we look at some other passages of Scripture: Jn. 1:1; Jn. 1:14; 1 Tim 3:16; Mt. 1:23; Is. 9:6; Acts 20:28; Col. 2:9; Ro. 9:5; Titus 2:13; Hb. 1:8: Jn. 17:3; Mt. 4:10; Mt. 14:33; Jn. 20:28; Jn. 10:30; Jn 10:33; Jn. 8.58; Mk. 2:5-12; Mt. 26:64; Ro. 3:23; Ps. 51:5; Ro. 5:12; Ga. 1:6-7; 2 Cor. 5:21; Acts 4:12.

27 MINJUL 2
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Jordan Peterson and the Rich Young Ruler | Who Dares Say He Believes in God?

Protecting Jesus’ Gift to You

In this episode we lean hard on Eugene Peterson to help us understand Paul’s epistle (letter) to the Galatians! The letters in the New Testament are much easier to understand when read as a whole rather than bit by bit. These were real letters written to real people: people with no Bibles, podcasts or Christian bookstores. If we can put ourselves in their shoes we can better understand these letters and we can also learn the lessons that they were being exhorted to learn! I hope this episode will not only help you understand the book of Galatians, but also equip you to defend the joy of your salvation from those who would try and pervert the Gospel with a performance-based relationship with God.

40 MINJUN 25
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Protecting Jesus’ Gift to You

Mystical Verse: A Poetry Reading

In this episode I read poems from the collectionThe Christian Book of Mystical Verse: A Collection of Poems, Hymns and Prayers(edited by A.W. Tozer). "Eternal Power" Isaac Watts (1674-1748) "Lord of All Being" Oliver Wendell Holmes (1809-1894) "Majesty Divine" Frederick William Faber (1814-1863) "Would Jesus Have the Sinner Die?" by Charles Wesley (1707-1767) "Song of Assurance" by Johann Andreas Rothe (1688-1758), tr. John Wesley (1703-1791)

9 MINJUN 13
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Mystical Verse: A Poetry Reading

The Formula for Greatness in the Kingdom

Jesus doesn't rebuke His disciples for wanting to be great; instead He gives them a roadmap for how to achieve greatness. The recipe for greatness in God’s kingdom: Find someone to serve and don’t worry about getting any credit for it. To transcend one's own desires and willingly suffer for the sake of others is the example of our Lord and the path to true greatness. Mk. 9:33-37 Phil. 2:3... 1 Cor 2:16 Ro. 12:10 Eph. 4:13 1 Cor. 12:28.... Col. 1:24 Jn. 13

-1 sJUN 3
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The Formula for Greatness in the Kingdom

Body Image

This world wants us to conform to its standards- including its standard of beauty. How we perceive ourselves physically (our body image) is a direct result of how we think! Should we accept the world’s guidelines of what’s beautiful, handsome and attractive or should we question the criteria thrust upon us? Ro. 12:1-2 Eph. 4:17 1 Pe. 3:3-34 Pr. 31:30 1 Sam. 16:6-7 Lk. 16:15 1 Tim. 4:8 Ps. 139:14 Gen. 1:26-27 1 Thes. 1:4 Eph. 2:10 Ph. 3:3 Ps. 147:10-11 2 Cor. 5:16 Ro. 8:5, 12-13

29 MINMAY 29
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Body Image

Sex Is Awesome! (EotW&SC pt 12)

Biblical sexuality 101. Sex is awesome! In this episode we finish up our series from the End of the World and Sex Conference by talking about Biblical sexuality. 1 Cor 6 Song of Songs 3:5 Proverbs 5-7 1 Thes. 4:3-8

39 MINMAY 17
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Sex Is Awesome! (EotW&SC pt 12)