25 episodes

A few minutes each day. From the creators of Real Hope YouVersion and the daily Real Hope emails, we now bring you Real Hope Daily. We're always seeking to create this resource so it meets you in your moment, and speaks to the goodness, sovereignty and unconditional love of God. The Real Hope project is two-way; it's a relationship, a partnership and a community.

Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

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A few minutes each day. From the creators of Real Hope YouVersion and the daily Real Hope emails, we now bring you Real Hope Daily. We're always seeking to create this resource so it meets you in your moment, and speaks to the goodness, sovereignty and unconditional love of God. The Real Hope project is two-way; it's a relationship, a partnership and a community.

Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    God The Provider: A Conversation With David Barker

    God The Provider: A Conversation With David Barker

    David Barker is the CFO of Hope Media Limited, he has a theological studies degree and is very passionate about the old testament and the history of the Israelites. 

    Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    GOD THE PROVIDER - A Study of Exodus 13–17

    We can’t predict what type of sustaining graces God will provide for us. And we can’t expect that the kind of sustaining grace someone else receives will be the same kind of care we will receive. We can only trust that the provision will come. - Louie Giglio

    God is always with us and always working in our situations even when we can’t see it. He is the God of provision. However, this provision does not always present itself the way we think it should, or in the time we think it should.

    The story of the Israelites in Exodus 13–17 shows us the amazing goodness and heart God has for His people – us. In every moment, God was with the Israelites. He constantly showed His power and care for them as His people. Yet still they complained. Yet still they forgot what He had already done. Yet still they doubted Him and lacked trust in Him.

    How often is their response similar to our own responses to situations in our lives? How often do we forget, complain and lack trust in our Heavenly Father?

    Our prayer is that through this devotional study you’ll not only see God at work in the lives of the Israelites but that you’ll also see how God the Provider has been and still is at work in your own life. 

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    • 38 min
    Remember His Provision

    Remember His Provision

    The Lord answered Moses, ‘Go out in front of the people. Take with you some of the elders of Israel and take in your hand the staff with which you struck the Nile, and go. I will stand there before you by the rock at Horeb. Strike the rock, and water will come out of it for the people to drink.’ So Moses did this in the sight of the elders of Israel.

    EXODUS 17:5–6 (NIV)

    Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    GOD THE PROVIDER - A Study of Exodus 13–17

     We can’t predict what type of sustaining graces God will provide for us. And we can’t expect that the kind of sustaining grace someone else receives will be the same kind of care we will receive. We can only trust that the provision will come. - Louie Giglio

    God is always with us and always working in our situations even when we can’t see it. He is the God of provision. However, this provision does not always present itself the way we think it should, or in the time we think it should.

    The story of the Israelites in Exodus 13–17 shows us the amazing goodness and heart God has for His people – us. In every moment, God was with the Israelites. He constantly showed His power and care for them as His people. Yet still they complained. Yet still they forgot what He had already done. Yet still they doubted Him and lacked trust in Him.

    How often is their response similar to our own responses to situations in our lives? How often do we forget, complain and lack trust in our Heavenly Father?

    Our prayer is that through this devotional study you’ll not only see God at work in the lives of the Israelites but that you’ll also see how God the Provider has been and still is at work in your own life. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 2 min
    You Are Seen

    You Are Seen

    When the Israelites saw it, they said to each other, ‘What is it?’ For they did not know what it was. Moses said to them, ‘It is the bread the LORD has given you to eat. This is what the LORD has commanded: “Everyone is to gather as much as they need. Take an omer for each person you have in your tent.”’

    EXODUS 16:15–16 (NIV)

    Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    GOD THE PROVIDER - A Study of Exodus 13–17

     We can’t predict what type of sustaining graces God will provide for us. And we can’t expect that the kind of sustaining grace someone else receives will be the same kind of care we will receive. We can only trust that the provision will come. - Louie Giglio

    God is always with us and always working in our situations even when we can’t see it. He is the God of provision. However, this provision does not always present itself the way we think it should, or in the time we think it should.

    The story of the Israelites in Exodus 13–17 shows us the amazing goodness and heart God has for His people – us. In every moment, God was with the Israelites. He constantly showed His power and care for them as His people. Yet still they complained. Yet still they forgot what He had already done. Yet still they doubted Him and lacked trust in Him.

    How often is their response similar to our own responses to situations in our lives? How often do we forget, complain and lack trust in our Heavenly Father?

    Our prayer is that through this devotional study you’ll not only see God at work in the lives of the Israelites but that you’ll also see how God the Provider has been and still is at work in your own life. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 min
    There Is No God Like Our God

    There Is No God Like Our God

    Who among the gods is like you, Lord? Who is like you – majestic in holiness, awesome in glory, working wonders?

    EXODUS 15:11 (NIV)

    Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    GOD THE PROVIDER - A Study of Exodus 13–17

     We can’t predict what type of sustaining graces God will provide for us. And we can’t expect that the kind of sustaining grace someone else receives will be the same kind of care we will receive. We can only trust that the provision will come. - Louie Giglio

    God is always with us and always working in our situations even when we can’t see it. He is the God of provision. However, this provision does not always present itself the way we think it should, or in the time we think it should.

    The story of the Israelites in Exodus 13–17 shows us the amazing goodness and heart God has for His people – us. In every moment, God was with the Israelites. He constantly showed His power and care for them as His people. Yet still they complained. Yet still they forgot what He had already done. Yet still they doubted Him and lacked trust in Him.

    How often is their response similar to our own responses to situations in our lives? How often do we forget, complain and lack trust in our Heavenly Father?

    Our prayer is that through this devotional study you’ll not only see God at work in the lives of the Israelites but that you’ll also see how God the Provider has been and still is at work in your own life. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 min
    Unexpected Plan

    Unexpected Plan

    Do not be afraid. Stand firm and you will see the deliverance the Lord will bring you today. The Egyptians you see today you will never see again. The Lord will fight for you; you need only to be still.

    EXODUS 14:13–14 (NIV)

    Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    GOD THE PROVIDER - A Study of Exodus 13–17

     We can’t predict what type of sustaining graces God will provide for us. And we can’t expect that the kind of sustaining grace someone else receives will be the same kind of care we will receive. We can only trust that the provision will come. - Louie Giglio

    God is always with us and always working in our situations even when we can’t see it. He is the God of provision. However, this provision does not always present itself the way we think it should, or in the time we think it should.

    The story of the Israelites in Exodus 13–17 shows us the amazing goodness and heart God has for His people – us. In every moment, God was with the Israelites. He constantly showed His power and care for them as His people. Yet still they complained. Yet still they forgot what He had already done. Yet still they doubted Him and lacked trust in Him.

    How often is their response similar to our own responses to situations in our lives? How often do we forget, complain and lack trust in our Heavenly Father?

    Our prayer is that through this devotional study you’ll not only see God at work in the lives of the Israelites but that you’ll also see how God the Provider has been and still is at work in your own life. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 2 min
    Provided By The Lord's Strength

    Provided By The Lord's Strength

    Then Moses said to the people, ‘Remember this day when you came out of Egypt, out of the place of slavery, for the LORD brought you out of here by the strength of His hand.’

    EXODUS 13:3a (HCSB)

    Listen to more from our Hope Podcasts collection at hopepodcasts.com.au. And send the team a message via Hope 103.2’s app, Facebook or Instagram.

    GOD THE PROVIDER - A Study of Exodus 13–17

    We can’t predict what type of sustaining graces God will provide for us. And we can’t expect that the kind of sustaining grace someone else receives will be the same kind of care we will receive. We can only trust that the provision will come. - Louie Giglio

    God is always with us and always working in our situations even when we can’t see it. He is the God of provision. However, this provision does not always present itself the way we think it should, or in the time we think it should.

    The story of the Israelites in Exodus 13–17 shows us the amazing goodness and heart God has for His people – us. In every moment, God was with the Israelites. He constantly showed His power and care for them as His people. Yet still they complained. Yet still they forgot what He had already done. Yet still they doubted Him and lacked trust in Him.

    How often is their response similar to our own responses to situations in our lives? How often do we forget, complain and lack trust in our Heavenly Father?

    Our prayer is that through this devotional study you’ll not only see God at work in the lives of the Israelites but that you’ll also see how God the Provider has been and still is at work in your own life. 

    See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

    • 1 min

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