This is a podcast about encouraging one another. By reading the Bible, pray it will bless everyone.
Discussing the Book of Jeremiah
21:38This episode takes a look at Jeremiah Chapter 30 in the Old Testament of the Holy Bible. God wanted to save his people from captivity & bondage. But he spoke to Jeremiah about how the people of both Israel & Judah should listen with fearful hearts and they must obey his instructions. It’s relevant because these scriptures are applicable to today’s believers.
Jesus is the greatest relationship a person can have
20:36We all struggle regarding our personal relationships in life and with Jesus. It’s important that we realize the days we’re living in as well. Our only hope is salvation meaning being saved by Jesus Christ! This podcast is all about encouraging yet it’s honest about the eternal reality humanity faces.
The Words of Faith Podcast/Jesus sees our imperfections as spiritual progress
22:23Do you ever feel like nobody is welcoming to people who don't know the Lord? As Christians we have failed in our own testimony. Hypocritical believers turn people away from loving God. Jesus loves us all & wants mankind to observe him by doing righteous works not benefiting themselves rather Jesus! Judgmental, better than type attitudes are not part of God’s will at all. This episode like some previously applies scriptures from New Testament books Matthew & Luke. Jesus addressed Pharisees and other followers for using his word so they would reap the selfishly be rewarded instead of listening to what Jesus had said biblically.
Jesus over Fear!
13:42I just wanted to speak from my heart and share an encouraging word that the Lord gave me. In this episode, you’ll get a combination of some humor mixed in with a serious message! It’s important to be real with the listeners. I did it differently than I normally do also did a video version so it will also help you understand what I’m talking about if you are just listening to the audio. Jesus conquers all Fear. Jesus loves a sense of humor along with a good word as well. The emphasis Words of Faith Podcast uses it is real and honest shows we all can relate to things that we face in everyday life. We either can learn, laugh a little, be resilient and overcome our own challenges and still trust in God!
Wrestling with Faith!
14:27We all find ourselves struggling to maintain our faith in the Lord. Whether you are just saved or have been saved all of your life. Even if you’re not saved at all. This devotional is for everyone who’s desiring in learning more about God. Also referenced in the episode was the biblical story of how Jacob wrestled with God!
Following in the Footsteps of God
20:14Do you want to learn and understand how you can improve your own Personal relationship with God, maybe you don't know Jesus then do I have some good news for you. This episode looks at a few scriptures combined with personal perspective on ways to better our walk with the Lord and how important it is to listen and follow God and also learn from the Bible.
16:54Jesus praying in the Garden of Gethsemane with the disciples in the New Testament book of Matthew is discussed and how can we pray to learn, better understand what God is telling us through his teachings and lessons in the Bible. I try to bring my own personal perspective to what this means. By reading scripture and also explaining what those verses meant at least in my opinion. God will speak to us differently as we each have our own relationship with our Heavenly Father only if we allow him into our hearts and believe in his will for our lives. His words speak truth and power that encourages us all to keep pressing forward. This is just a short time formatted podcast and it’s premise is to share about the goodness of God and how we can get to know him on a more personal basis. We all can use his guidance and love. That was my own personal prayer when starting The Words of Faith Podcast that someone, somebody would be blessed by the words out of the Bible. It may be your in need of something only God can provide you through your own prayers.