The hypothesis of this episode is that singing to God is a powerful and unique expression in our relationship with Him. The experiment is to sing to God. As Martin Luther said, “As long as we live, there is never enough singing.”
Jeremiah discusses what we have to do prior to hearing God’s voice. The hypothesis is that we cannot hear God’s voice if we are in the midst of fear and negativity. The experiment is to find a place of trust with God and then listen.
The hypothesis of this episode is that God is your partner in life to create His will. The experiment is to live in a relaxed way, knowing that your success is not really up to you.
Jeremiah explores the hidden depths of the Scriptural concept of encouragement. The hypothesis is that encouraging one another is an expression of the Holy Spirit which builds us up and helps us grow. The experiment is to encourage people by sharing from your relationship with God.
Jeremiah discusses about the importance of letting our guard down with God. The hypothesis is that we must take our guard down if we want to have an ongoing, intimate relationship with God. The experiment is to consciously take our guard down whenever we seek Him.
Jeremiah discusses the biblical concept of taking refuge with God. The hypothesis is that God wants us to turn to Him and live in Him when life is difficult. The experiment is to find where we are caught up in turmoil and conflict, and choose to take refuge in the Heavenly Father.
In this episode Jeremiah reads Isaiah 55, Psalm 91, and Luke 12:22-34, and provides some comments on them. The hypothesis of this episode is that God is in control, regardless of what circumstances may look like, and that God has a good plan for each of us. The experiment is to meditate upon the Word…
This episode is a conversational meditation about having a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that we should be looking for patterns of God’s communication to us in our thoughts, feelings, and circumstances. The experiment is to be aware of these patterns, and to talk about them with God, with ourselves, and with others.
The hypothesis of this episode is that our spiritual lives are incomplete if we do not express compassion and kindness to our fellow people. The experiment is to actively help those who are outside of our normal circle of relationships.
The hypothesis of this episode is that what happens in this life is not just attributable to God, yourself, or other people, but that there are also supernatural influences of evil. The experiment is to pray the last verse of the Lord’s prayer: “And do not lead us into temptation, but deliver us from evil.”