Jeremiah tackles the topics of humility and repentance. The hypothesis is that there will always be internal issues for you to repent over. The experiment is to choose not to rest in your previous spiritual success, but to ask God for further transformation in your process of repentance. Scriptures include James 3 and Isaiah 55.
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95 – Finding Encouragement in Incremental Spiritual Growth
Jeremiah talks about spiritual transformation. The hypothesis is that the process of growth is incremental and that we should not expect overnight perfection. The experiment is to root out the negative paradigm that change is instantaneous, and instead rely on the incremental change which occurs in a relationship with the heavenly Father.
88 – Transformative Honesty
The hypothesis of this episode is that when we are honest with God, we build a relationship of trust which allows God to move in transformative ways. The experiment is to take time everyday to speak truthfully to the Heavenly Father about the deeper things in your heart. The God Experiment is a podcast dedicated…
Monday Good Stuff – Prayer Changes the One Who Prays
Kierkegaard wrote that prayer does not change God, but it does change the one who prays. Sometimes we aren’t aware of how God responds to our prayer, but we should know that whenever we reach out in prayer, we connect with God, who is the source of all change and transformation. In this way, prayer…
44 – Let God Work it in You
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.
Episode 21 – The Attitude of Performance Orientation
Jeremiah explores the destructive attitude of performance orientation. The hypothesis is that thinking we will only be loved if we perform correctly is diametrically opposed to the truth of God’s love. The experiment is to look for evidence of performance orientation in our own lives and then look to replace it with a genuine trust…