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The Daily Radio Bible is a daily podcast of the Bible read by Hunter and Heather Barnes, taking readers through the Bible in one year. If you have ever wanted to read through the Bible in a year, or just want to use your time during your morning commute to feed your soul, the DRB is just for you. You don’t have to go it alone, we can experience the word of God together. Continue Reading >>
The Daily Radio Bible is a daily podcast of the Bible read by Hunter and Heather Barnes, taking readers through the Bible in one year. If you have ever wanted to read through the Bible in a year, or just want to use your time during your morning commute to feed your soul, the DRB is just for you. You don’t have to go it alone, we can experience the word of God together. << Show Less
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Journey - August 13th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading Psalm 89:1-18; Jeremiah 33:14-26; Luke 12:41-48
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Journey - August 13th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading Psalm 89:1-18; Jeremiah 33:14-26; Luke 12:41-48
Daily Radio Bible - August 13th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading: Jeremiah 16-17; Psalm 96; John 16 Your Advocate is Here Today’s readings are Jeremiah 16 – 17, Psalm 96 and John 16.  We are reading from the New Living Translation. Imagine a with Jesus. starting into the day with you, having coffee with you. Driving to work with you. You’re sharing your day with Jesus – and it’s a day without judgement or condemnation.  It’s just sharing your day. All day, in his presence.   Imagine a day like that. How could anything be better than that?  That’s what these boys, these disciples, experienced, not just one dya but for three years.  They were with him, day in and day out. It’s hard to imagine anything better than that.  But here, in John 16, Jesus tells them that he has to go.  He has to leave them because there is something better.  In John 16: 7 he says: it is best for you that I go away, because if I don’t, the Advocate won’t come. If I do go away, then I will send him to you. It’s hard to imagine things being any better than Jesus being with us, day in and day out.  But that was only true for the twelve.   The twelve were having their eyes open to who God was, what he was really like.  Their eyes were being opened to the selfgiving, radically forgiving, co suffering, love of God. And that love was not just some but all.  Even his enemies.    It’s better because When the advocate comes, he will awaken not just twelve, or some, but all,  the world will begin to see who God really is.   What God is really like.  The spirit of God would be poured out on all flesh.  And the beauty of God, the glory of God will be all, in all.   The presence of Christ in us – this, Jesus says, is best.  God’s best is yours today.  Christ’s  presence is with you today, whether you’re in Cincinnati, Ohio, or Somerset, NJ, Perth, Australia, or San Paulo, Brazil. The world is being awakened to who God really is.   Jesus came from the Father, into the world, and returned to the Father.  But he did what was best.  He sent the Advocate – the spirit of Christ – to come and abide in you, and dissolve all the lies you’ve had about God, and to replace it with the face of Christ.  The Spirit’s presence in you is doing that even today.
Daily Radio Bible - August 12th, 22 Follow Today's reading: Jeremiah 13-15; John 15 Where is Home for You? We are reading from the New Living Translation. Where’s home for you?  I’m not talking about a city or a country.  Those things can change.  I’m talking about where you park your soul.  Where do you reside?  Where’s your abode? Jesus says he wants you to make your home with him... Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Home is not a set of doctrines, traditions, or sentimental memories of time gone by.   He says that there is a direct correlation between making your home with him and abiding or remaining in His Word.  He says to abide in Him and abide in His Word.  He wants you to make your home in His Word.  And don’t forget that it’s a good word – it’s the Gospel   It’s not a condemning word.  It’s a word of Grace.  It  welcomes the tired, the exhausted,  the bruised,  the disappointed, and those burdened with shame and regret. It’s a healing word that says the pressure is off.  Jesus says, Come home to me and make yourself at home in my word.  My good word This directly corresponds to remaining and abiding in his love.  When you‘ve made yourself at home in his good loving word, you, in turn, will have love, you will know his love, and you will know to offer love to others.  You can’t give what you don’t have.  But if you have made your home in him and his loving gracious word, then you will have something to offer this broken, tired, and exhausted world.  You’ll be able to offer Jesus’ love – You will offer the gospel by the very way you live. .  And that will bear fruit!    Make your home where he is. Abide in Him, and bear much fruit.    Show up every day and learn to remain in his loving Word.  And then sit back and see what happens.  Keep your eye out for the fruit that comes of abiding in Him.
Journey - August 12th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading; Psalm 82; 1 Samuel 5:1-12; Hebrews 10:32-39
Journey - August 11th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading Psalm 82; Joshua 7:1, 10-26; Hebrews 10:26-31
Daily Radio Bible - August 11th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading: Jeremiah 10-12; John 14 Come, let’s be going. Today’s readings are Jeremiah 10-12 and John 14.  We are reading from the New Living Translation. Jesus parting words in chapter 14 are  Come, let’s be going.  These are such practical words, nothing obtuse, no great mystery.  He’s simply telling them, You, follow me now. I love that he ends on such a common, straight-forward command, to come and follow him - because the beginning of this chapter is anything but simple.  Earlier in the chapter he is telling his disciples exactly who he is.  He begins to reveal to them perhaps the deepest mysteries of the Trinity:  that he is in the Father and the Father is in him.  And that the Holy Spirit will come when he is no longer here, and be the Advocate.   We will live in the Holy Spirit and the Holy Spirit will live in us.  Amazing mysteries are being explained here.  And it’s no wonder that Thomas and Philip are scratching their heads.  They’re wondering:  Lord, we don’t know where you’re going…. if you would just show us the Father,  and maybe slow down, and explain things a little better to us, we wouldn’t be worried.  We wouldn’t be anxious.  But Jesus simply says to them, Come let’s be going. It’s as if he’s saying, I’ll explain this to you and later you’ll understand. Later you’ll remember these words that I’ve spoken to you.  But right now you need to come and go with me.   And isn’t that just like our life of faith?   There’s  so much we don’t understand, so much that we want further explanation and greater clarity on. And yet, the command that comes to us, by the abiding Spirit’s presence within us, is Come, let’s be going.  In effect, he’s saying,  Come, follow me. What does our obedience and loyalty and love to this King of ours boil down to?  Basically, loving him boils down to following him when we hear him say, Come, let’s be going.  In following Him  we are able to experience his peace of mind and heart. In following him, we find strength, joy, and confidence. In following him we experience the gifts that he has for us in this life.  We experience the Way the Truth and the Life.  All of this comes when we respond to His call to Come, let’s be going.   Heed His words to follow. respond to his presence in your life.   Rest in him and know His peace, confidence and joy for you.  Hear what he says,and lets go with him.    AUGUST 13, 2018   Where is Home for You? We are reading from the New Living Translation. Where’s home for you?  I’m not talking about a city or a country.  Those things can change.  I’m talking about where you park your soul.  Where do you reside?  Where’s your abode? Jesus says he wants you to make your home with him.  Home is not a set of doctrines, traditions, or sentimental memories of time gone by.   He says that there is a direct correlation between making your home with him and abiding or remaining in His Word.  He says to abide in Him and abide in His Word.  He wants you to make your home in His Word.  And don’t forget that it’s a good word – it’s the Gospel   It’s not a condemning word.  It’s a word of Grace.  It  welcomes the tired, the exhausted,  the bruised,  the disappointed, and those burdened with shame and regret. It’s a healing word that says the pressure is off.  Jesus says, Come home to me and make yourself at home in my word.  My good word This directly corresponds to remaining and abiding in his love.  When you‘ve made yourself at home in his good loving word, you, in turn, will have love, you will know his love, and you will know to offer love to others.  You can’t give what you don’t have.  But if you have made your home in him and his loving gracious word, then you will have something to offer this broken, tired, and exhausted world.  You’ll be able to offer Jesus’ love – You will offe
Journey - August 10th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading Psalm 89:1-18; Jeremiah 33:14-26; Luke 12:41-48
Daily Radio Bible - August 10th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Listen to our daily podcast for Kids HERE on Spotify  HERE on itunes Podcast Listen to the Daily Proverbs podcast. HERE on Spotity HERE on itunes Podcast Follow Today's reading Jeremiah 7-9; John 13 Washed Clean We are reading from the New Living Translation. You have to get washed and He has to wash you.  You have to humbly accept Jesus’ care over your life, as he washes your feet. If you don’t, Jesus says, you’re going to miss him.  You’re not going to get him, understand what he is all about. There’s a difference between union and communion.  Peter and the Twelve were united with Christ. They were one with Christ.  But, just like you and I, their feet got dirty because they were walking in a fallen, broken, and dirty world. Journeying through this life takes a toll on us and our souls need to be drawn in, over and over again, to our  life with him. We need to be realigned, renewed, refreshed.  We need to be washed clean and come into communion with him again. So Jesus insists on cleaning our feet,.  When he cleans our feet he is reminding us of who we are in Him. You are my son.  You are my daughter, You are one with me.  Jesus insists on caring for us throughout our lives – washing our feet, reminding us of his intimate care and grace, and offering it to us each day. It’s a humbling thing for someone to wash our feet but our souls are in need of the humbling reality of Christ serving us.  Our pride, like Peter’s,  wants to rise up and demand otherwise.  You will never ever wash my feet! (Jn 13:8 NLT) The flesh, the pride always refuses.  But the presence of Christ humbles us and teaches us. In this moment he teaches us who we are, and what we are to become.  We are chosen, and we are in him, we have union with God.  And we are invited to participate with him, as servants of God.   There is union, and there is communion.  Our union has been forged through the life, death and resurrection of Christ, and Christ alone.   our communion is where we participate with Him in who we now have become,  and join in on what he is now doing.   Today he continues to wash us, even through his word, through what we’re doing right now.  You may not have noticed this, but while we were hearing the word today, something else was happening.  Christ was serving you, your soul, washing our feet.  Ephesians 5:25 says, We are washed by the cleansing of God’s word. He’s washing our feet as we listen to and respond to his word each day.  Jesus says to you what he said to Peter, Those who have had a bath need only to wash their feet; their whole body is clean. (Jn13:10 NIV)   The water of my Word, washing your feet, is going to be a part of our life together, from here on out. Don’t let your pride and flesh stand in the way of Christ serving you in this most humbling of ways.  Next time you come to the Word envision Jesus – the creator of all things – washing your feet! Let it be a reminder that you are one with Christ and that you need him to renew, restore, clean you , and that you are loved.  And let that love move beyond you and into the world, to others – so that you can love the way he loved and serve the way he served, and be free.   You walk in a world where your feet get dirty and you need him every day, to make you clean.  Receive the cleansing love of Christ today.
Journey - August 9th, 22 Follow our other podcasts at http://www.dailyradiobible.com Podcast music is provided by David Nevue, learn more about David at http://www.davidnevue.com  Partner with us to produce these podcasts by donating HERE. We are reading through the New Living Translation.  Follow Today's reading: Psalm 89:1-18; 2 Chronicles 34:22-33; Hebrews 11:17-28
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