Daily Lectionary Podcast – Leviticus 26:1-20 and Luke 13:18-35

Leviticus 26:1-20
Luke 13:18-35
Sin is the punishment of sin
disorder vs. Divine order
The hidden nature of the Kingdom

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Exodus 34:29-35:21 and Luke 7:36-50

Exodus 34:29-35:21
Luke 7:36-50
The veil of the old covenant, removed in Christ
The tithe-less tabernacle
Sin, debt and recognition

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Genesis 35:1-29 and Mark 9:33-50

Genesis 35:1-29
Mark 9:33-50
The generational effects of sin & the power of God to use even us
Determining the time and a personal story of superstition
Temptation, testing and salt

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Job 8:1-22 and John 4:27-45

Job 8:1-22
John 4:27-45
A simplistic understanding of sin and punishment
Evangelism, sowing, reaping and the modern environment

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Ezekiel 38:1-23 and Romans 7:1-20

Ezekiel 38:1-23
Romans 7:1-20
Old Testament Apocalyptic – Gog & Magog edition
Paul’s complex understanding of the human (flesh, mind, soul)

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Isaiah 43:1-24 and Revelation 9:13-10:11

Isaiah 43:1-24
Revelation 9:13-10:11
A Spiritual Desert Blooming
The consistency of evil & the necessity of the proclamation of the Word

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Isaiah 28:14-29 and 1 John 5:1-21

Isaiah 28:14-29
1 John 5:1-21
Different tools for different peoples
Spirit, water & blood/Word, Baptism & Lord’s Supper

Daily Lectionary Podcast – Deuteronomy 11:26-12:12 and Matthew 12:22-37

Deuteronomy 11:26-12:12
Matthew 12:22-37
The Blessing & The Curse
The guaranteed place of God
The Sin against the Holy Spirit

Daily Lectionary Podcast – 1 Kings 11:41-12:19 and 2 Corinthians 7:1-16

1 Kings 11:41-12:19
2 Corinthians 7:1-16
An in the text mention of sources, A heart-warming scene of regret vs. vindication

Daily Lectionary Podcast – 2 Samuel 12:1-25 and 1 Corinthians 12:1-13

2 Samuel 12:1-25
1 Corinthians 12:1-13
The reach and effects of sin, the varied gifts of the Spirit reflecting the Creator
“How monotonously alike all the great tyrants and conquerors have been: how gloriously different are the saints”…CS Lewis (This is the full quote I was struggling to bring to mind.)