Jeremiah talks about the beatitudes in Matthew 5. The hypothesis is that the beatitudes are meant to be understood relationally. The experiment is to meditate on the beatitudes to cultivate our own humility, and thereby allow God to bless us in His own way.
Jeremiah talks about the importance of listening to our own advice. The hypothesis is that the advice we give to others is often just as applicable to ourselves. The experiment is to pay attention to the advice you give others and reflect upon how you should follow that advice today.
Jeremiah talks about the spiritual importance of friendship relationships. The hypothesis is that Jesus wants a deep friendship with you. The experiment is to find practical ways in which to relate to God as a friend.
The hypothesis of this episode that in times of difficulty, we might intentionally distract ourselves from taking an honest look at our current state of being. The experiment is to become aware of when we are engaging in coping behavior and determine to go boldly to the heavenly Father’s throne of grace.
Jeremiah talks about changing our attitude about repentance. The hypothesis is that repentance in a relationship with God should be fun. The experiment is to recognize the Father’s own joy in receiving his lost sons and daughters.
Jeremiah talks about relating to life and God with an awareness of His Goodness. The hypothesis is that we must choose to be aware of what God is doing in order to live in His joy. The experiment is to notice when you feel frustrated and simply take a moment to become aware of the…
Jeremiah talks about following the leading of God in his life. Rather than giving a hypothesis, Jeremiah presents a case study from his own life as an example of his process of listening and responding to God’s voice. The experiment is to apply this case study to your own relationship with God, however and whenever…
In this episode Jeremiah talks about living in constant communion with the Father. The hypothesis is that the beautiful and wonderful things we receive from God are not objects, but rather aspects of God’s very being. The experiment is to find ways to stay in close connection to God in His love and salvation.
Jeremiah talks about the power of holy communion. The hypothesis is that communion is an expression of an intimate relationship with Jesus Christ in which He gives to us of Himself. The experiment is to participate in the sacrament of communion.
Jeremiah talks about doctrine as the beginning point of a relationship with God. The hypothesis is that our introductory knowledge of Christian ideas should lead to a relational knowledge of God Himself. The experiment is to choose a Christian doctrine and ask God to deepen it for you.