Happy Typo Day!
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
10h ago
Due to a clerical error, there are no podcasts scheduled for today. No worries! We're still on track for the year. ::: Christian Standard Bible translation. All music written and produced by John Burgess Ross. Co-produced by Bobby Brown, Katelyn Pridgen, Eric Williamson & the Christian Standard Bible facebook.com/commuterbible instagram.com/commuter_bible twitter.com/CommuterPod patreon.com/commuterbible admin@commuterbible.org ..read more
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Joshua 10-13, Psalm 55-56
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
2M ago
Joshua 10 – 1:10 .  Joshua 11 – 10:37 .  Joshua 12 – 15:04 .  Joshua 13 – 18:53 .  Psalm 55 – 24:13 .  Psalm 56 – 27:20 .  A coalition of nations conspires to fight against Israel when they hear that Joshua has defeated Jericho and Ai, and they gather together to surge against them. They are no match for those with whom the Lord has covenanted, and God sends a natural disaster that lays waste to more men than the Israelites slay by the sword. After their defeat, but now another set of kings sets their sites on extinguishing Israel. The northern cities and their ki ..read more
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Genesis 34-37, Psalms 11-12
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
5M ago
Genesis 34 – 1:20 .  Genesis 35 – 7:04 .  Genesis 36 – 11:47 .  Genesis 37 – 17:25 .  Psalm 11 – 24:08 .  Psalm 12 – 25:11 . As we get to know the sons of Jacob, you’ll start to realize that the apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree. Having learned the art of deception from their father, they use it to their own advantage time and again. For example, they are rightly enraged after their sister is defiled by the local chief’s son, but they use their anger as an excuse to deceive, then slaughter an entire city. Later, God officially gives Jacob the name of Israel, and ..read more
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Commuter Bible
by John Ross
5M ago
Visit commuterbible.org to learn more. ::: Christian Standard Bible translation. All music written and produced by John Burgess Ross. Co-produced by Bobby Brown, Katelyn Pridgen, Eric Williamson & the Christian Standard Bible facebook.com/commuterbible instagram.com/commuter_bible twitter.com/CommuterPod patreon.com/commuterbible admin@commuterbible.org ..read more
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John 9-11, Psalms 146-147
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
7M ago
John 9 - 1:11 .  John 10 - 8:34 .  John 11 - 14:26 .  Psalm  146 - 23:56 .  Psalm 147 - 25:25 . Our reading begins with a miraculous and undeniable sign: Jesus heals a man who was born blind, and the Pharisees can’t believe it. Later, Jesus raises his friend, Lazarus, from the dead in front of large crowd. This is Jesus’s seventh messianic sign given before the crucifixion, and this one points forward to his own resurrection and his power over death. As many in people in Bethany had witnessed the corpse of Lazarus first-hand, the miracle caused quite a stir amongst the ..read more
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Ezekiel 29-32, Psalms 134-135
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
8M ago
Ezekiel 29 - 1:10 .  Ezekiel 30 - 6:02 .  Ezekiel 31 - 12:05 .  Ezekiel 32 - 17:41 .  Psalm 134 - 25:17 .  Psalm 135 - 25:44 .  As evidenced by the pyramids that remain standing today, the treasures of the pharaohs, along with abundant of historical records, Egypt was once a major world power that ruled mightily for centuries. Bible readers will recall that Joseph helped Egypt thrive early in their history and that Egypt held the nation of Israel in bondage for 400 years. This proud nation defied the Lord God and proved to be an unreliable ally to the surrounding ..read more
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Lamentation 1-5
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
8M ago
Lamentations 1 - 1:08 .  Lamentations 2 - 7:01 .  Lamentations 3 - 13:50 .  Lamentations 4 - 22:01 .  Lamentations 5 - 26:40 .  The book of Lamentations is Jeremiah’s recorded response to the devastation and ruin of Jerusalem. It is presented in a series of five poems, of which the first four are acrostics of the Hebrew alphabet, much like Psalm 119, only shorter. It is a book of suffering, shame, horror, and defeat, but centered in the middle of the work, we read of Jeremiah’s confident hope in the Lord. The first poem focuses outside the city, the second: inside the ..read more
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Jeremiah 14-16, Psalms 119:41-64
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
9M ago
Jeremiah 14 - 1:09 .  Jeremiah 15 - 6:36 .  Jeremiah 16 - 13:10 .  Psalm 119:41-64 - 18:40 .  In today’s episode, Jeremiah delivers a lament for the drought that has come over Judah, calling on God to deliver. Throughout Scripture, the Lord often relents after such prayers, but in this instance the Lord denies Jeremiah’s request, saying that this time he will remember their iniquity and punish their sins. God tells Jeremiah not to pray for these people, saying that even if Moses and Samuel were to stand before Him, He would not listen. In his anguish, Jeremiah complain ..read more
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1 Corinthians 12-16, Psalm 112
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
11M ago
1 Corinthians 12 - 1:17 .  1 Corinthians 13 - 5:48 .  1 Corinthians 14 - 9:05 .  1 Corinthians 15 - 15:30 .  1 Corinthians 16 - 25:02 .  Psalm 112 - 28:10 .  Psalm 113 - 29:30 .  Today, Paul begins to speak of the nature of the body of Christ and the diversity of spiritual gifts within it. Just as a physical body is made of many parts that are united together, Paul teaches that the church should be united in love and put away childish divisions, otherwise their flashy spiritual gifts are absolute rubbish. He goes on to encourage the church to desire the gifts ..read more
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2 Kings 11-13, Psalm 100-101
Commuter Bible
by John Ross
1y ago
2 Kings 11 - 1:12 .  2 Kings 12 - 5:51 .  2 Kings 13 - 11:07 .  Psalm 102 - 17:22 .  Today, we’ll hear the account of King Joash, the infant heir to the throne who was rescued from a royal slaughter and raised in the temple of God. With guidance from Jehoiada the priest, Joash is inaugurated as a child king over Judah, and he begins the work of repairing the temple. Hazael has become the king of Aram just as Elisha had prophesied, and the army of Jehoahaz, king of Israel is almost completely wiped out. Jehoahaz’s son Jehoash visits Elisha before he dies of illness, where El ..read more
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