Most of the Bible is in story form, and my goal is to keep the power of the story while applying the truths of scripture. If you want to hear stories of great men and women from the Bible, with an application that is relevant to your life, then this is the podcast for you. New episodes will be added every Friday. If you wish to contact us, feel free to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Lord Open His Eyes: Stories of Elisha
Have you ever asked the Lord for help over something that you feel is too trivial a concern for the God of the whole universe? Well, in this week's story, we hear a cry for help that seems pretty mundane: I lost my friend's ax. But how God responds, through His servant Elisha, is an encouraging story to make all our requests known to God. And then we end with one of the best demonstrations of the supernatural world written in the Bible. So this week, we go from the commonplace to the sublime, and along the way, we also learn a little more about the wonderful God we serve.
The Siege of Samaria: Stories of Elisha
This week we tell one of the saddest and most horrific stories in the Bible. It reveals the depths of depravity that humanity can fall too, while also revealing the miracle-working God that Elisha serves. I want to warn parents and younger listeners that this week's episode contains material that might be too scary and emotional for younger children and some adults. So please read the end of chapter six in Second Kings first before proceeding.
Two Stories, One Good and One Bad: Stories of Elisha
The writer of 2 Kings loves to talk about the wonders of Yahweh, especially as seen through the work and ministry of the Prophet Elijah. We have been hearing about some of his stories that are found in 2 Kings. This week we get to hear two of them: one good and one bad. Both of them show God working in mysterious ways, and both involve our man Elisha. Listen on to find out what happens.
He Died to No One's Regret: Stories of Elisha
What would you like to have put on your tombstone at the end of your life? What would you want God to say about your life, its work, and whether your life was worthy of praise? Would you want God to say you died to no one's regret? Well, God did say that about someone, and this week we will learn more about this man and the sad cautionary tale that his life takes. To follow along read 2 Kings 8 and 2 Chronicles 21.
Jezebel, Jehoram and Jehu: Stories of Elisha
Elisha sends one of the sons of the prophets to find Jehu, a commander in the army of Northern Israel, and to anoint him the new King of Israel. The only problem is that Israel already has a King, and his name is Jehoram. And Jehoram and the King of Judah, Ahaziah, are friends who will work together to help each other maintain their throne. But this command to anoint Jehu King of Israel came from God through Elisha. How is this going to happen? How will God affect His will against two powerful Kings? Listen on to find out and to find out how Jezebel finally gets the punishment she deserves for all her wickedness.
Jehu and an incomplete obedience: Stories of Elisha
We are in a cosmic battle. The forces of darkness versus the forces of light. Yahweh versus Satan. And you are part of this great battle. Our story this week makes the case that God will use you to accomplish His will on earth. And when He does use you, will you follow the call and be fully surrendered to His will? Or will you be like Jehu and instead offer an "incomplete obedience"? Listen on to hear the rest of the story of Jehu.
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Excellent Biblical Podcast
Dr. Katsion does a fantastic job telling Bible stories! Not only do my daughters love it, but as an adult listener, I find joy listening and learning something new in each episode myself. Dr. Katsion brings humor as well as interesting facts and a new perspective to each Biblical lesson he teaches. I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to learn more about the Bible!