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Commuter Bible is an audio Bible podcast to match your weekly schedule. Published Monday-Friday, major (U.S.) holidays excluded. In the course of a year, you can listen to the entire Bible. Subscribe today and get more of God's Word in your daily life.
Commuter Bible uses the Christian Standard Bible translation (CSB).

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Commuter Bible is an audio Bible podcast to match your weekly schedule. Published Monday-Friday, major (U.S.) holidays excluded. In the course of a year, you can listen to the entire Bible. Subscribe today and get more of God's Word in your daily life.
Commuter Bible uses the Christian Standard Bible translation (CSB).

    Acts 1-4, Proverbs 9

    Acts 1-4, Proverbs 9

    The book of Acts is an account of the beginnings of the Lord's church written down by Luke; yes, the same Luke who wrote the gospel of Luke. Christianity has always been marked by life together with other believers. Here in these opening chapters we see how the church began, how it spread throughout God’s people, and continued on to redeem those who were outside God’s covenant with Israel. The signs and wonders performed by the apostles proved to the world that although the followers of Jesus were ordinary men, their message was by no means an ordinary teaching.

    • 28 min
    Exodus 37-40, Proverbs 8

    Exodus 37-40, Proverbs 8

    Have you ever talked to someone who’s really into their work, and they’re so excited about it that it seems they just can’t stop talking about it? Maybe you’ve done that with your own work, with a hobby you enjoy, or with player stats from your favorite team. To our ears it may seem like the book of Exodus is simply repeating itself, but in actuality it’s communicating the excitement, the gravity, and the importance of the tabernacle. God Himself gave instruction to build it, God’s covenant people built it, and God Himself would occupy it. By the end of today’s episode, work on the tabernacle reaches its conclusion and the Lord shows up in power.

    • 29 min
    Exodus 33-36, Proverbs 7

    Exodus 33-36, Proverbs 7

    In our last episode, Israel had turned away from the Lord while Moses was with the Lord on Mount Sinai. Even though they had just committed themselves to following the Lord God, they quickly lost their resolve and turned to Aaron, who in turn gave them a golden calf to worship. After this grave sin, God tells Moses He will no longer go with Israel to the land He had promised Abraham and his descendants after him. Today, Moses intercedes on their behalf, assuaging God’s anger and garnering his favor. Later, God’s appointed craftsmen get to work assembling the tabernacle according to the Lord’s instructions.

    • 29 min
    Exodus 29-32, Proverbs 6

    Exodus 29-32, Proverbs 6

    By the end of our reading Moses will have spent 40 days on Mt. Sinai, and in that amount of time, the Israelites will have given up on Moses and on the Lord. Not long beforehand, the nation of Israel had promised that they would do all that the Lord had commanded, but in short order, they turn away from God. They instead turn to Aaron, who caves to the crowd’s demands, making them a golden calf for them to worship. The Lord’s anger burns against Israel, but Moses steps in as a redeemer for his people, interceding on their behalf. Before we get to that part of the narrative, we first return where we left off as God gives further instruction about worship in the tabernacle.

    • 32 min
    Exodus 25-28, Proverbs 5

    Exodus 25-28, Proverbs 5

    Some episodes are going to be action-packed and some are going to sound like you’re reading an instruction book, and this episode may tend toward the latter of the two. It’s important to remember, however, that the tabernacle is the place where the God of the universe, perfect in all His ways, matchless in power and authority, would meet with His people in a unique way. If it were up to you to build that, wouldn’t you want detailed instructions? Right worship is important to God, and these detailed instructions gave the Israelites the freedom of knowing their worship was pleasing to God Almighty.

    • 28 min
    Exodus 21-24, Proverbs 4

    Exodus 21-24, Proverbs 4

    On today’s episode God begins to give very specific commands to the Israelite people on what it looks like to be fair, kind, and gracious to one another. The Lord’s justice is severe for those who are selfish and outright rebellious, but gracious toward those who have no intention of causing harm. As you listen, it can be tempting to think that these are dry or irrelevant, but put yourself in the shoes/sandals of the original audience, whose livelihood wasn’t based on cash or money, but on livestock, crops, and community with one another. Imagine yourself in each situation, & the text becomes much more interesting.

    • 27 min

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