“For everything there is a season, and a time for every matter under heaven: a time to be born, and a time to die…” (Eccl. 3:1). Click here to listen to Dr. German’s Christ-centered thoughts on this well-known and fascinating poem from Ecclesiastes.
We continue our study of 1 Samuel by discussing the relationship between David and Jonathan, and especially what it means for David to be “a man after God’s own heart.”
After a series of wide-ranging experiences, Qohelet concludes that there is nothing better for us than to “eat and drink and find enjoyment in toil.” But what, exactly, does that mean? Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections on this fascinating chapter of Ecclesiastes.
A new podcast series begins! Click here to join Dr. German on a journey through Ecclesiastes, one of the most peculiar books of the Bible. Don’t miss it!
Saul’s son Jonathan makes another appearance in 1 Samuel 20 and ends up strengthening his friendship with David more than ever. Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska’s Christ-centered reflections on this portion of God’s word.
Did you know that there was a Psalm 151? Well, there is and there isn’t: you won’t find it in most Bibles, but there are some that include it. Click here to find out more!
The saga between David and Saul continues, and this time we end up with Saul prophesying naked! Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska’s thoughts on this intriguing chapter of God’s word.
At last, we’ve reached the end of the book of psalms in our “Christ in Every Word” podcast series. Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections Ps. 150 and to find out what’s coming next!
In this episode of our “Christ in Every Word” podcasts, we continue our study of 1 Samuel with Dr. Saleska by recapping some fascinating insights about chapter 18.
The second-to-last psalm of the Psalter, Psalm 149, has some intriguing similarities to the second psalm of the Psalter, Psalm 2. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Click here to find out more!
Psalm 145 revolves around praising the name of the Lord, and it does so in a way that is strikingly similar to the Lord’s Prayer. Click here to find out how!
“Let my prayer rise before You as incense, the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice” (from Evening Prayer, based on Psalm 141). Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections on this beautiful psalm, which has been used in Christian liturgies for centuries!
“For you formed my inward parts; you knitted me together in my mother’s womb” (Ps. 139:13). Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections on Psalm 139, especially in light of the recent Supreme Court ruling regarding Texas’ abortion law.
In this episode we encounter some difficult language in the book of psalms that begs for further discussion. Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections on the matter and how Psalm 137 ultimately testifies to the person and work of Christ.
“His steadfast love endures forever.” Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections on this well-known phrase found repeatedly throughout Psalm 136.