1. There is no AA for legalists. At least not officially. But there ought to be, and it should be called your local church.
  2. n today's episode of Tough Texts, Scott Keith and Daniel Emery Price focus on Matthew 7:12-14, a passage that carries profound significance in shaping our Christian life and understanding of salvation.
  3. Faith sees your neighbor not as a means to an end, not as a way to score points, but as an object of love: Christ's love and yours.
  4. What if Jesus had said on the cross, “Earn it”?
  5. We are obligated to do the good works of God.
  6. The Holy Spirit unleashes his power through us, his vines, and we then get to watch as his fruits blossom and ripen.
  7. We are excited to welcome the rapper, Flame, onto the podcast to share about the idea of vocation, and where our good works belong.
  8. We are preparing for summer, and sharing our summer book club picks, and then talking about the conference on Galatians that 1517 just had in Arkansas. We talk a bit about the circumcision debate, our tendency toward legalism, and how we even often prefer using softer language than the Bible.
  9. We are preparing for summer, and sharing our summer book club picks, and then talking about the conference on Galatians that 1517 just had in Arkansas. We talk a bit about the circumcision debate, our tendency toward legalism, and how we even often prefer using softer language than the Bible.
  10. Have you ever heard the illustration about the janitor in heaven? In this episode Gretchen Ronnevik and Katie Koplin what it means to "store up your treasures in heaven."
  11. Psalm 101 is a puzzling Psalm. At first glance it can leave us wondering how to respond.
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