Two sisters. In two countries. Chatting through the Bible and driving it to the heart. Over a cup of tea. And a biscuit. This is a Bible Study Podcast that dives deeper into the Word of God, exploring its teachings and how they apply to our daily lives. Each season follows a different book or passage, with the goal of driving God’s word to the heart, growing in our faith and strengthening our relationship with God. Join your hosts, sisters Felicity and Sarah, and the occasional special guest, as they respond to scripture together with discussion and reflection in their bite-size weekly episodes - ideal if you’re looking for a short Bible study online to listen on the go! Whether you are new to Bible study or have been a Christian for many years, this Christian podcast for women feels like you’re studying with friends and is a great bible study for small groups too. Join us as we seek to grow in our knowledge and understanding of God’s Word together!
7: Remember the Lord (Chapters 12-18)
20:44We’re delving into chapters 12-18 today in our Deuteronomy Bible study as we’re encouraged to remember to worship the Lord in both heart and action. Click this link for some further bible study questions on this part of scripture, along with a transcript and more.
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6: Remember to See Jesus: A conversation with Nancy Guthrie
31:30Today we’re joined by the author and speak Nancy Guthrie, who helps us to see the value of having a rich biblical theology when it comes to seeing Jesus on every page of Deuteronomy.Nancy is the author of I See Jesus, Even better than Eden, and a host of other books. She lives with her husband David in Nashville, Tennessee.For full episode show notes, click this link.
5: Remember God's Grace (Chapters 7-11)
20:50We’re in chapters 7-11 today, seeing the extraordinary, persistent grace of God to his people.Click this link for our show notes, including questions to dig into over a cup of tea and a full transcript of our bible study in Deuteronomy chapters 7-11.
4: Remember God's Covenant (Chapters 5-6)
18:57God’s covenant with his people is the thread that runs all the way through not only Deuteronomy, but the whole of the Old Testament. We’re reading chapters 5 & 6 today as we dwell on its significance.Click this link for our show notes, including questions to dig into over a cup of tea and a full transcript of our bible study in Deuteronomy chapters 5-6.
3: Remember that God Speaks (Chapter 4)
20:21How extraordinary is it that God speaks through his Word? We’re thinking through this wonderful truth today in our next study in Deuteronomy.Click this link for our show notes, including questions to dig into over a cup of tea and a full transcript of our bible study in Deuteronomy chapter 4.
2: Remember the Past (Chapters 1-3)
21:57We’re delving into the first three chapters of Deuteronomy today, as we get into studying this Old Testament book together. Remember to check out our season page on our website for bible study resources that will help you start unpacking Deuteronomy for yourself.The show notes for this episode can be found here.
Bonus: Singing Scripture with Caroline Cobb
23:49We’re delighted to welcome Caroline Cobb for our bonus episode, as we take a bit of time at the start of advent to think about letting God’s word dwell on our hearts through singing scripture.Caroline is a singer-songwriter who lives in Texas with her husband and three children.You can find her albums here.Sign up for our Monthly Newsletter!Click here if you’d like to receive monthly updates from us.Book Recommendation:Daily Joy by CrosswayIn Other News…Connect with us on Facebook, Instagram or TwitterSarah occasionally blogs here: https://sarahdargue.orgFelicity blogs here: https://boysbooksandthehomeofthebrave.blog/ Email us: [email protected] DetailsThis season is sponsored by Crossway.Crossway is a not-for-profit ministry, publishing gospel-centered, Bible-based content that honours our Savior and serves his church. For information, head to www.crossway.org