A daily Devotional Podcast where married couple Curtis and Sally Perea read a portion of scripture then discuss what stood out to them, and apply it to their day to day growth.
Truth of Christ
Reading from 1st John 2:15-27(NLT) ~Do Not Love This World~ Scripture reading followed by discussion looking the children of God who live in the Holy Spirit. The cravings of the world are empty and leave us unsatisfied.
True Light Shining
Reading from 1st John 2:1-14 (NLT) ~A New Commandment~ Scripture reading followed by discussion looking Jesus as intercessor, being warned not to take advantage/abuse this gift, obeying the commands means loving God & loving people, God has done, is doing, and will do, He is always with us and for His children.
In the Light
Reading from 1st John 1:1-10 (NLT) ~Introduction, Living in the Light~ Scripture reading followed by discussion looking at John proclaiming Jesus existing from the beginning and being the Word of Life. Fellowship with the Father, the Son, and all believers. A city on a hill cannot be hidden, letting Jesus influence our lives. Confession and accountability being essential for spiritual growth.
The Warning of Jude
Reading from the book of Jude (NLT) ~Greetings from Jude, The Dangers of Fales Teachers, A Call to Remain Faithful, A Prayer of Praise~ Scripture reading followed by discussion looking at Jude’s warning for believers to not follow the false teaching that Christ’s sacrifice gives you permission to sin.
I Love You Sooooo Much!
Reading from Hebrews 13:1-25 (NLT) ~Concluding Words~ Scripture reading followed by discussion looking at the author’s final thoughts concluding the book of Hebrews. Brotherly love that is open and welcoming to strangers. Showing empathy. The sigma that comes with prison time.
The Unshakable Kingdom
Reading from Hebrews 12:14-29 (NLT) ~A Call to Listen to God~ Scripture reading followed by discussion. Loving God, loving people. Roots of bitterness impacting our life and the lives of others, grows, spreads, kills relationships. Esau, Cain, Able. Cain’s refusal to look at his own heart though God warned him that sin was crouching at his heart.