“I lift up my eyes to the hills. From where does my help come? My help comes from the Lord, who made heaven and earth” (Ps. 121:1-2). Click here for Dr. German’s reflection on this beautiful psalm.
How did Saul go from searching for his father’s lost donkeys to being anointed the first king of Israel? Click here for Dr. Saleska’s reflections on the twists and turns of 1 Samuel 9.
We’ve reached the longest psalm in the whole Psalter: Psalm 119. Click here to listen to Dr. German offer an informative overview of this fascinating psalm.
Israel now demands a king, but is this a good decision? Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska talk about how Israel ends up rejecting the King of Kings!
You’ve likely heard parts of Psalm 118 quoted in the New Testament (e.g., “Blessed is he who comes in the name of the Lord”), but click here to learn how the whole psalm adds much greater depth to why it is quoted so often in relation to the person and work of Jesus.
Click here to listen to Dr. German reflect on how Psalm 116 is a rich testimony to the person and work of Jesus Christ.
In this episode Dr. Saleska reflects on the role of the Old Testament for the celebration of Christmas before continuing our study of the book of 1 Samuel.
In this episode we tackle the issue of gender and how it relates to the Bible with a special guest, Mr. Brad Alles.
Psalm 110 is quoted in the New Testament more than any other Old Testament text. Click here to listen to Dr. German explain why this psalm was (and continues to be!) such a vibrant witness to the person and work of Jesus Christ.
In this episode Dr. German says that Psalm 103 is the Lord’s Prayer of the Old Testament. Click here to find out why!
We continue following the journeys of the ark of the covenant in our study of 1 Samuel 6. Click here to learn more about the twists and turns of this sacred resting place of the Lord.
In this episode we’re pleased to have a special guest with us, Dr. Jason Lane, to answer some questions about the book of James. Check it out!
Click here to find out what happens after the Philistines place the ark of the covenant into the temple of their god, Dagon. Even this event, Dr. Saleska urges, points to Christ in many ways!
We’ve encountered another psalm of David with Psalm 101. Click here to listen to Dr. German’s reflections on how this psalm builds on earlier psalms and, most importantly, what it has to do with our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
In this chapter the Philistines capture the ark of the covenant! Click here to listen to Dr. Saleska reflect on what it means that “the glory has departed” from God’s people.