Jeremiah talks about a relational mode of prayer.
Jeremiah talks with his dad about two ideas surrounding worship. The first is the view of worship as being primarily a liturgical (or Church-based) expression. The second involves the use of music in personal devotional times, including an example of singing the Scriptures aloud.
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 happiness, to a large degree, is dependent upon how we choose to relate to our circumstances. The experiment is to adopt a new perspective in life, which will lead to greater happiness.
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.