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What began as an outlet for blogging and sharing insights as a follower of Jesus Christ has expanded to a podcast. Join Dawn Hill, the Lovesick Scribe, as she discusses Biblical truths, current topics, and encourages you to grow in loving the Word and the One who is the Word, Jesus Christ.

The Lovesick Scribe Podcast Dawn Hill

    • Religion & Spirituality
    • 4.7 • 12 Ratings

What began as an outlet for blogging and sharing insights as a follower of Jesus Christ has expanded to a podcast. Join Dawn Hill, the Lovesick Scribe, as she discusses Biblical truths, current topics, and encourages you to grow in loving the Word and the One who is the Word, Jesus Christ.

    Confess With Your Mouth Jesus Is Lord

    Confess With Your Mouth Jesus Is Lord

    Have you ever heard someone say they made Jesus their Lord and Savior? I know I have said this very thing in times past. When we look at the Word of God, we find numerous references to Jesus already being both Lord and Savior and that this is not something which is granted to Jesus by man. Romans 10:9,10 says, "If you confess with your mouth that Jesus is Lord and believe in your heart that God raised him from the dead, you will be saved. For with the heart one believes and is justified, and with the mouth one confesses and is saved."

    Join me as we look at Scripture and talk about Jesus Christ being both Lord and Savior and what that means in the life of a believer. 

    How do I make Jesus Lord of my life? | GotQuestions.org

    What does it mean that Jesus is Lord? | GotQuestions.org

    Gospel, Evangelism, and Discipleship https://youtu.be/6bXessehby0

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    • 40 min
    Reign with Christ, Hold the Suffering

    Reign with Christ, Hold the Suffering

    Suffering. It is not a hot topic or one that garners much press, but it is relevant in the life of every believer in Christ. Of all the promises talked about as Christians, this one is avoided and potentially rejected in some teachings. If we were able to choose what we like about following Christ, we would lean towards reigning with Christ without suffering. But Scripture tells us something much different, and it does not give us choice in the matter. 

    Join me as we take a look at what Scripture has to say about suffering in the life of a believer and as we ponder an important question you may not  have considered when going through suffering and difficulty in life. May Christ be exalted and glorified in this!

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    • 41 min
    Broken, Bleating, and Bleeding: The Path Forward From Spiritual Abuse

    Broken, Bleating, and Bleeding: The Path Forward From Spiritual Abuse

    A true shepherd of Christ is marked by humility and a desire to follow Christ's example of servitude. A true shepherd understands Biblical authority and what the confines of Scripture has to say on such matters. Sadly, there are leaders who are not true shepherds but instead, a heavy hand of demanded submission and an overreach of authority is being witnessed and experienced by many. Sheep are being proverbially beaten by the rods of some leaders and teaching is conveyed in such a way to demand loyalty, honor, and blind submission. Consequences are issued for defecting. Those true sheep who are bleeding and bleating from being wounded are chided for even doing so. Where does a sheep turn in the aftermath of such situations? Are there Godly leaders that can be trusted? Is it even possible to heal and to not despise the rod of the True Shepherd, trusting Jesus Christ to lead us on the narrow path? The answer to all of those, my friend, is yes!

    Join me as I share some personal insight and discuss some potential warning signs of spiritual abuse, what Scripture has to say about Godly leaders, and what is much needed for healing after coming out of such a difficult situation. There is hope. Christ is the answer!

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Getting the Gospel Wrong

    Getting the Gospel Wrong

    The significance of the gospel of Jesus Christ cannot be overstated. If the true gospel is not proclaimed and if personal experience along with extrabiblical revelation takes precedence for understanding salvation, then there is a real danger of another gospel and another Christ being proclaimed to others. This is no small issue. This is an eternity issue, and the gospel matters. It is a matter of life and death.

    What happens when popular individuals in particular spheres of influence are talking about seeing portals where loved ones in heaven pray for the salvation of loved ones on earth? What is said of claims that we can declare salvation for our household with the power of our own words? We are going to be looking at this today along with what the gospel truly is from a Biblical perspective. 

    Getting the gospel right is crucial. 

    Voddie Baucham: The Gospel of Redemption  https://youtu.be/F9tNrVDcan0?t=4

    Kat Kerr: Will I Be Sad if My Loved Ones Aren't in Heaven?  https://youtu.be/tVfvGxTuJIQ?t=6

                 Declare Salvation to Your Loved Ones  https://youtu.be/EhO34q3xtC4?t=3

    Brenda Kunneman: https://youtu.be/jaq0HI4t4mg?t=17

     What does the Bible say about household salvation? | GotQuestions.org

    Is there any scriptural basis for praying on behalf of the unsaved? | GotQuestions.org

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    • 56 min
    I Hope You See and Hear

    I Hope You See and Hear

    Matthew 13 is a passage in Scripture where we find Jesus teaching in parables, and we find out the reason for why He taught in parables. I recently came across a message on this account from the Bible, and after listening to it and seeing what the Word had to say in context, I was compelled to do an abbreviated analysis of this teaching because the individual teaching on this was Ryan LeStrange. For those who may not be familiar, I was part of his ministry for almost 20 years. Join me as we take a look at Matthew 13 along with several other Bible passages, and we analyze some of the things said in this recent corporate gathering. May the Lord Jesus Christ be glorified through this message, and may we be sanctified by the truth of His Word. 

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    Full video from prophetic pop-up service (Ryan LeStrange) Activate ATL Prophetic Pop-Up - YouTube

    Beginning where Ryan starts to minister after worship https://youtu.be/F4oVmVLyxPY?t=6308

    • 1 hr 43 min
    On the Way Through Vanity Fair

    On the Way Through Vanity Fair

    Behold Vanity Fair! the pilgrims there 

    Are chained and stoned beside; 

    Even so it was our Lord passed here, 

    And on Mount Calvary died.

    Cancel culture. Retaliation. Hearts grown cold. Lusts and worldly pleasures. Such is the world of Vanity Fair. The Lord Savior Jesus Christ was no stranger to such a world. As strangers in a foreign land, those who are believers in Christ know this place well. It is full of temptation to conduct one's self as desired. But what happens when two men walk through this town on the way to the Celestial City? 

    Join me as we talk about Vanity Fair and a portion of John Bunyan's allegory of the Christian life, The Pilgrim's Progress, and be encouraged as we look at Scripture and how we are to conduct ourselves in difficult times while in this world on our way to the Celestial City. 

    • 43 min

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