In this episode Jeremiah talks about self-honesty. The hypothesis is that we must first hold ourselves accountable for our problems, reactions, and emotions. The experiment is to explore and examine our reactions to discover their roots, and to bring them to God to ask for help and transformation.
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.
In this episode Jeremiah discusses a spiritual mechanism of transformation. The hypothesis is that when we address our own internal reactions or problems, we must include God and His power or we will not change. The experiment is to give our problems to God and let Him work the change within us.