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For over 40 years, Pastor Ed Underwood has studied and shared the grace filled truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ and how that grace changes everything.In this podcast, you will walk though scripture, hear and see things in a new light, and maybe even read the Scripture as if for the first wonderful time.We say that grace changes everything, and that includes you.

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Exodus: The Record of the Great Deliverance

Exodus begins where Genesis left off. Seventy descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are living as aliens in Egypt under the protection of Pharaoh who favored Joseph (Genesis 46:27; Exodus 1:5). But soon after recounting the unprecedented growth of just a handful to a nation within a nation, Moses (Mark 7:10) explains the necessity of the Exodus with the foreboding words, “Then a new kind, who did not know about Joseph, came to power over Egypt” (Exodus 1:8).

35 MIN2019 JUN 21
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Exodus: The Record of the Great Deliverance

Numbers: Walking with Your Holy God

Numbers contains the records of two generations, two censuses (numberings, chapters 1-4; 26), and two sets of instructions for enjoying the “rest” of experiencing God’s blessing in the land of promise.

35 MIN2019 JUN 21
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Numbers: Walking with Your Holy God

Genesis: The Book of Beginnings

Genesis provides the historical foundation for the entire Bible and the basis for the Pentateuch

28 MIN2019 AUG 27
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Genesis: The Book of Beginnings

Leviticus: Relating to Your Holy God

Leviticus records the teaching of God through Moses at the foot of Mount Sinai during the month between God’s occupation of the tabernacle (Exodus 40:16, 34-38) and the taking of the census at Sinai (Numbers 1:1-3).

37 MIN2019 SEP 10
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Leviticus: Relating to Your Holy God

Deutoronomy

“Now, Israel, what does the Lord your God require of you except to revere him, to obey all his commandments, to love him, to serve him with all your mind and being, and to keep the Lord’s commandments and statutes that I am giving you today for your own good” (Deuteronomy 10:12-13).

50 MIN2019 SEP 24
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Deutoronomy

The Conquest Period

The second major unit within the seventeen Historical Books is called either the Conquest Period, Pre- Kingdom Period. Since there is no king in Israel during the events recorded they are also referred to as the theocratic books. These three books—Joshua, Judges, and Ruth—record the conquest of Canaan under Joshua, the division of Israel into the twelve tribes, the period of the judges, and the story of Ruth. After the death of Moses and then Joshua there were a series of minor leaders in Israel.

40 MIN2019 OCT 4
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The Conquest Period

Joshua: Conquest and Settlement of the Promised Land

In the historical book that bears his name, Joshua succeeds Moses and leads the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob across the Jordan into the Promised Land. The Book of Joshua transitions the story of God’s people Israel from the Pentateuch to the rest of their history.

43 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Joshua: Conquest and Settlement of the Promised Land

Judges: Unbelief and Discipline in the Promised Land

The book of Judges is a jarring sequel to Joshua. In Joshua an obedient people conquer the land, as they trust God enough to follow Joshua’s leadership.

38 MIN2019 OCT 22
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Judges: Unbelief and Discipline in the Promised Land

Memorials

As we work our way through the Word of God a few patterns will surface and we’ll discern the repetition of certain themes. One of these is the significance of memorials in the life of God’s people.

23 MIN2019 OCT 29
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Memorials

Ruth: Faithfulness in an Unfaithful World

Ruth is a vignette of love, devotion and redemption set in the historical context of the darkest period in Israel’s history, the days of the judges. Part of the second major unit within the seventeen Historical Books, the Conquest or Pre-Kingdom Period, it’s a heartwarming story of compassion, devotion, and faithfulness.

34 MIN2019 NOV 5
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Ruth: Faithfulness in an Unfaithful World

Latest Episodes

Exodus: The Record of the Great Deliverance

Exodus begins where Genesis left off. Seventy descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob are living as aliens in Egypt under the protection of Pharaoh who favored Joseph (Genesis 46:27; Exodus 1:5). But soon after recounting the unprecedented growth of just a handful to a nation within a nation, Moses (Mark 7:10) explains the necessity of the Exodus with the foreboding words, “Then a new kind, who did not know about Joseph, came to power over Egypt” (Exodus 1:8).

35 MIN2019 JUN 21
Comments
Exodus: The Record of the Great Deliverance

Numbers: Walking with Your Holy God

Numbers contains the records of two generations, two censuses (numberings, chapters 1-4; 26), and two sets of instructions for enjoying the “rest” of experiencing God’s blessing in the land of promise.

35 MIN2019 JUN 21
Comments
Numbers: Walking with Your Holy God

Genesis: The Book of Beginnings

Genesis provides the historical foundation for the entire Bible and the basis for the Pentateuch

28 MIN2019 AUG 27
Comments
Genesis: The Book of Beginnings

Leviticus: Relating to Your Holy God

Leviticus records the teaching of God through Moses at the foot of Mount Sinai during the month between God’s occupation of the tabernacle (Exodus 40:16, 34-38) and the taking of the census at Sinai (Numbers 1:1-3).

37 MIN2019 SEP 10
Comments
Leviticus: Relating to Your Holy God

Deutoronomy

“Now, Israel, what does the Lord your God require of you except to revere him, to obey all his commandments, to love him, to serve him with all your mind and being, and to keep the Lord’s commandments and statutes that I am giving you today for your own good” (Deuteronomy 10:12-13).

50 MIN2019 SEP 24
Comments
Deutoronomy

The Conquest Period

The second major unit within the seventeen Historical Books is called either the Conquest Period, Pre- Kingdom Period. Since there is no king in Israel during the events recorded they are also referred to as the theocratic books. These three books—Joshua, Judges, and Ruth—record the conquest of Canaan under Joshua, the division of Israel into the twelve tribes, the period of the judges, and the story of Ruth. After the death of Moses and then Joshua there were a series of minor leaders in Israel.

40 MIN2019 OCT 4
Comments
The Conquest Period

Joshua: Conquest and Settlement of the Promised Land

In the historical book that bears his name, Joshua succeeds Moses and leads the descendants of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob across the Jordan into the Promised Land. The Book of Joshua transitions the story of God’s people Israel from the Pentateuch to the rest of their history.

43 MIN2019 OCT 22
Comments
Joshua: Conquest and Settlement of the Promised Land

Judges: Unbelief and Discipline in the Promised Land

The book of Judges is a jarring sequel to Joshua. In Joshua an obedient people conquer the land, as they trust God enough to follow Joshua’s leadership.

38 MIN2019 OCT 22
Comments
Judges: Unbelief and Discipline in the Promised Land

Memorials

As we work our way through the Word of God a few patterns will surface and we’ll discern the repetition of certain themes. One of these is the significance of memorials in the life of God’s people.

23 MIN2019 OCT 29
Comments
Memorials

Ruth: Faithfulness in an Unfaithful World

Ruth is a vignette of love, devotion and redemption set in the historical context of the darkest period in Israel’s history, the days of the judges. Part of the second major unit within the seventeen Historical Books, the Conquest or Pre-Kingdom Period, it’s a heartwarming story of compassion, devotion, and faithfulness.

34 MIN2019 NOV 5
Comments
Ruth: Faithfulness in an Unfaithful World
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