Jeremiah talks about being good stewards of our hearts. The hypothesis is that all of us, in one way or another, have lost heart in our relationship with God. The experiment is to ask Jesus Christ for healing, and to entrust our beings to Him completely.
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.
Jeremiah talks about simply being with God. The hypothesis is that the deepest kind of relational connection with the Father is based on the unadulterated desire to be close with Him. The experiment is to practice spending time in God’s presence, and also to examine our motivations for doing so.
Jeremiah talks about how we must put in the work to properly accept God’s blessings. The hypothesis is that it is too easy to expect the negative and reject the positive. The experiment is to put in the effort to accept God’s love as it is expressed in compliments and blessings.
In this episode, Jeremiah talks about a positive attitude we can choose to have, regardless of our circumstances. The hypothesis is that we are invited to live in the faith, hope, and love of a relationship with our Father and Redeemer. The experiment is to accept this invitation and live in the dreamworld that is…
In this episode, Jeremiah reads Psalm 66 and provides some encouragement. The hypothesis is that even in the darkest, most difficult times in our lives, God is moving. The experiment is to read Psalm 66 and recognize that God has acted on behalf of his people in the past, and will continue to do so…
In this episode Jeremiah talks about a powerful relationship tool. The hypothesis is that we must help each other process emotions and thoughts prior to offering solutions. The experiment is to listen for where others may need help in ventilating their thoughts and emotions, as well as practicing ventilating your own thoughts and emotions with…
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.
Looking at the parable of the Prodigal Son, it is striking that the father of the story (who symbolizes God) goes so far out of his way to make his son happy. We are all God’s children, and God cares about your happiness.