In this episode, Jeremiah talks about how important it is to take care of people. The hypothesis is that however we treat those in need is exactly the way we treat Jesus (Matt. 25). The experiment is to ask God to show you whom to help, whether physically or spiritually.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about the power of expectations. The hypothesis is that our expectations often end up defining our reality, and therefore directly affect our actions and reactions. The experiment is to ask God to show you where you harbor negative expectations, with the intent to be liberated from them.
Jeremiah talks about making better decisions. The hypothesis is that our first reaction in any situation is often not reflective of God’s principles. The experiment is to practice putting aside our initial reactions in order to formulate better responses based on God’s Word.
Jeremiah speaks with regular contributor Lewis Brown. Topics include the relational exchange that God wants with his people, the resurrection of Jesus as a foretaste of the redemption of creation, and the biblical view of the role of prophecy in the Church. Cool stuff!
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about intentionality and free will. The hypothesis is that your choices are directed by your personal values and principles. The experiment is to take ownership of your life by intentionally identifying your God-given personal values and choosing to live by them.
Jeremiah talks about God’s Kingship and Christ’s Lordship. The hypothesis is that seeing Christ as Lord and God as King are important aspects of their personalities that we must understand if we are to know them completely. The experiment is to spiritually wrestle with these concepts, in order to recognize our own personal responses to…
The hypothesis is that we can do so many important things, but that if we are not careful, they can take us away from a genuine relationship with God. The experiment is to discover where we are anxious and troubled, and let it all go while simply spending time with Jesus.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about a creative principle involved in reading the Bible. The hypothesis is that we will not understand the full message of the Bible unless can see ourselves as its villains. The experiment is to read your favorite story in the Bible and recognize how you might be similar to the…
The hypothesis is that God’s glory is an aspect of who He is, and that it can be experienced and shared with humanity. The experiment is to take any experience you’ve had with the radiance and love of God and to glorify Him with it.
The hypothesis of this episode is that contemplating Jesus’ humanity helps us to relate correctly to our own humanity. The experiment is to meditate on the newborn Jesus—to imagine this little child so full of promise—in order to connect with Jesus, our older brother.