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Join us for daily Bible readings and encouraging discussion. We will choose a chapter or two of the Word of God each day to read together, and then briefly discuss the passage, bringing in wisdom from ancient and modern Bible experts like Charles Spurgeon, C. S. Lewis, George Whitefield, John Piper, David Platt, Augustine, Tim Keller, and many more. We will also cover Bible questions based on each day's reading so that you will learn more about the Bible AND be encouraged and exhorted in your faith. We will be following the Robert Murray M'Cheyne reading plan, and you can jump in with us at any time of the year!

Your host is Chase A. Thompson, a Baptist pastor and writer who has been podcasting since 2005 and is known worldwide for his love of cereal.

Bible Reading Podcast Chase A. Thompson

    • Christianity
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Join us for daily Bible readings and encouraging discussion. We will choose a chapter or two of the Word of God each day to read together, and then briefly discuss the passage, bringing in wisdom from ancient and modern Bible experts like Charles Spurgeon, C. S. Lewis, George Whitefield, John Piper, David Platt, Augustine, Tim Keller, and many more. We will also cover Bible questions based on each day's reading so that you will learn more about the Bible AND be encouraged and exhorted in your faith. We will be following the Robert Murray M'Cheyne reading plan, and you can jump in with us at any time of the year!

Your host is Chase A. Thompson, a Baptist pastor and writer who has been podcasting since 2005 and is known worldwide for his love of cereal.

    Does God Sometimes Abandon Us? Does He Turn His Back on His People? #226

    Does God Sometimes Abandon Us? Does He Turn His Back on His People? #226

    It sure feels like God sometimes turns His back to His and stops listening to our prayers. We pray and pray, but don't sense that we've been heard, and our current crisis just seems to get worse and worse. Most Christians would say that God never abandons His children, but Psalms 10 might seem to indicate that He does...could such a thing be possible? We turn to Charles Spurgeon for some wisdom on today's question.

    • 26 min
    Is the Salvation of Jesus For Anybody - Even The Worst Kinds of People? #225

    Is the Salvation of Jesus For Anybody - Even The Worst Kinds of People? #225

    Most people know that Saul/Paul started out as an enemy of Jesus, but most don't know how bad it was. Saul/Paul imprisoned men and women, signed off on their death in an official capacity, tried to get Christians to blaspheme God, and threatened to murder them. Why in the world did Jesus choose to save such an enemy, and what does that say about the grace of God?

    • 28 min
    What Happens When Everybody Does What is Right In Their Own Eyes? #224 The Importance of Absolute Truth

    What Happens When Everybody Does What is Right In Their Own Eyes? #224 The Importance of Absolute Truth

    Why is the ending of the book of Judges so shocking and hopeless? It is because all of the people were ignoring the Word of God and simply doing what seemed or felt right in their own eyes. How dangerous is it to go with out gut and do what we 'feel' is best? Is there absolute truth, or is it all subjective?

    • 20 min
    Can We Pray to God Without Words? #223

    Can We Pray to God Without Words? #223

    We can learn to pray and worship in a better and deeper way by reading and learning the Psalms. Sometimes, however, we are not able to form words, or come up with the right words. Can it be possible to effectively pray without using words?

    • 25 min
    How is it Possible to Be Angry and Not Sin? #222 (Is Righteous Anger Biblical?)

    How is it Possible to Be Angry and Not Sin? #222 (Is Righteous Anger Biblical?)

    Both the Old Testament and the New Testament warn about the dangers of anger, but also suggest that it is possible to be angry without sin. How dangerous is anger?

    What does sinless anger look like? Is there such a thing as righteous anger? How must Christians handle their anger?

    • 30 min
    Can Meditation On God's Word Bring Joy and Banish Darkness? #221

    Can Meditation On God's Word Bring Joy and Banish Darkness? #221

    Anxious, negative and depressing thought patterns might just be at an all time high right now among people, as the pandemic rages on, and the world is shook by various trials and troubles. Meditation on God's Word is a powerful supernatural gift and discipline from God that can help us win the war of our mind and walk in greater joy and hope, rather than despair and anxiety.

    • 30 min

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CortneyJohnson ,

Look forward to this podcast every morning!

As we close out April i wanted to say thank you. We appreciate your dedication and enthusiasm for this daily bible reading. I love the topics being covered. Encouraging others, being encouraged by God's word, treating others with love, humilty and respect and depression doesn't mean you have lost faith or your relationship. Chase, continue to stay encouraged, strong and safe!

Aeon123go ,

Great Podcast

Encouraged by your willingness to dive into God’s word and teach it to others

Krf78 ,

Excellent podcast for daily Bible study!

I love this podcast. I love the combination of a reading plan with a daily study of pertinent Bible study questions. Highly recommend!

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