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Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY invites you to join us in Connecting with Jesus and one another through our weekly podcast with teaching from Senior Pastor Kyle Idleman.

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Southeast Christian Church in Louisville, KY invites you to join us in Connecting with Jesus and one another through our weekly podcast with teaching from Senior Pastor Kyle Idleman.

    Untriggered: Sitting Target

    Untriggered: Sitting Target

    We are an instant culture. Satan knows this, as instant knowledge was at the heart of the fall. As hard days grow longer, we are tempted to give in to whatever fills the void. Yet, God knows the way out of temptation is the way into true living. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

    • 32 min
    Untriggered: Short Fuse

    Untriggered: Short Fuse

    Pressure has a way of unleashing what has always been beneath the surface. When we identify the root of our anger, we can begin uprooting sin and rooting truth. Pressure is an invitation to awareness and, ultimately, a road to righteousness. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

    • 28 min
    Untriggered: Stir Crazy

    Untriggered: Stir Crazy

    Social distancing coupled with close quarters is a recipe for a stir-crazy household. Yet, God calls us to loosen our grip on the temporary and take hold of enduring constants, inviting us to experience His unshakeable, unending peace. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

    • 44 min
    Seeing God: In My Body - He Knows

    Seeing God: In My Body - He Knows

    Job’s main complaint against God is not His control, or His care—His main complaint is if God is truly aware of what Job is going through. Over and over again, Job makes his case before God. Job pours out his heart to God, wanting assurance that God really knows what is happening in his life. And what we find as Job does this is something that should bring us comfort when we’re hurting—that God is a Father who knows what we’re going through, who knows what we’re facing, and who has never left us in it all. Job realizes this in this final chapter as he says to God in 42:3 (NLT), “You asked, ‘Who is this that questions my wisdom with such ignorance?’ It is I—and I was talking about things I knew nothing about, things far too wonderful for me.” And that word ‘wonderful,’ it’s a word that you don’t expect to be used in the middle of such pain and suffering. But when Job realizes what God knows is when he truly sees God. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

    • 36 min
    Seeing God: In My World - He Cares

    Seeing God: In My World - He Cares

    If God is in control, then why so much hurt? Why so much suffering? Why so much pain? There are plenty of religions that just try to explain these questions away, basically saying that God is powerful, He is in control, but He doesn’t really care. This is Job’s tension. Because either God has the power to help but doesn’t care enough to do so, or He cares but lacks the power to do anything about it. Job wants to believe that God is in control, he wants to believe that God cares, but as he looks at everything that has happened to him, it just doesn’t make sense. Yet, there’s something within Job, as there is within us, that wants to believe that God is both in control AND that He cares. And in Job 39-41, God is addressing this tension for Job. In these chapters, God begins to share with Job the intricate details of this vast world. Chapter after chapter, God explains in detail the mediocre to the magnificence of it, and as God explains, it becomes clear to Job God’s knowledge and care for everything that lives and moves and has its being. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

    • 34 min
    Seeing God: In My Universe - He is in Control

    Seeing God: In My Universe - He is in Control

    Is God really with us, or is that just something we tell ourselves to feel better when our world seems out of control? In the first chapter of Job, God blesses everything that Job does, then, all of the sudden, the enemy drops the bottom out from under Job’s life. Messengers come in, one after another, and say, “Job, it’s all gone. Everything…Your livelihood, your family, everything.” And one thing after another hits Job, and his life feels like it is spiraling out of control. For a while, Job tells himself again and again, “God is with me,” “God is with me,” “God is with me.” But there comes this place toward the end of the book where he starts to wonder if God really is with him. The voices of those around him questioning God’s work in his life grow louder, and Job’s uncertainty grows with it. As Job pours out questions to God, God waits and listens, and, then, rather than giving Job the answers he wants, God gives Job the answer needs—a reminder of who God really is. Speaker: Kyle Idleman

    • 33 min

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