In this episode, Jeremiah discusses how to use the shame of our past to our advantage. The hypothesis is that if we are embarrassed or guilty about our past selves, it is a sign that we have actually matured and grown. The experiment is to recognize that the process of change has happened, because we…
Jeremiah presents a way to view spiritual warfare in the Christian context. The hypothesis is that the armor of God is a lifestyle that elicits God’s protection. The experiment is to choose one of the elements of the armor of God and pursue its expansion in your life.
The hypothesis of this episode is that any act we take to forgo our own desires in order to prioritize God will yield good spiritual fruit. The experiment is to replace something in your life with time spent with God.
Jeremiah talks about spiritual transformation. The hypothesis is that the process of growth is incremental and that we should not expect overnight perfection. The experiment is to root out the negative paradigm that change is instantaneous, and instead rely on the incremental change which occurs in a relationship with the heavenly Father.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about the connection between rest and relationship in Matthew 11. The hypothesis is that resting in Jesus is an indication of a deep relationship of trust and belief. The experiment is to grow your capability of resting in Jesus.
The hypothesis of this episode is that happiness, to a large degree, is dependent upon how we choose to relate to our circumstances. The experiment is to adopt a new perspective in life, which will lead to greater happiness.
Jeremiah talks with his dad about Jesus’ statements on worship in John 4. They tackle such questions as: What is spirit? What is true worship? This is a continuation of the conversation about the definition of worship, begun in episode 83 of The God Experiment.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about our motivations in our relationships with others. The hypothesis is that our primary agenda in any relationship must be love. The experiment is to search our hearts to be honest about our motivations, and to practice making love our priority.
The hypothesis of this episode is that loving our enemies is a fundamental characteristic of living the godly life. The experiment is to love your enemies, whether close or afar.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about being proactive and taking action. The hypothesis is that our dreams and ambitions are interconnected with our relationship with God. The experiment is to take your desires, whether big or small, and simply do something about them. Small steps can lead to big results.