SBC Host: Ahh yes… who doesn’t enjoy a good road trip! And chances are you have favorite road trip music to sing to along the way.
Group: [singing “Over the river and through the woods…”]
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, as we continue to Church-at-Home, Pastor Monty Simao takes us on a “road trip” to the Psalms.
As Israelites would travel to Jerusalem for the three Pilgrim Feasts, they would play their favorite music by lifting up their voices in song.
These songs are known as the “Psalms of Ascent.” There are 15 of them, and this morning we look at the third: Psalm 122 — a psalm which gives us an interesting view of Jerusalem with many lessons for the church.
Description: Have you ever had a dream in which you were being pursued? Have you ever awoke in a cold sweat because you were almost caught?
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the book of Revelation in which he teaches that the feeling of being pursued is one the ancient Israelites knew well, as God brought about a great deliverance in the Exodus.
But as great a picture as the Exodus is in showing us God’s deliverance, the Bible speaks of an even greater “Exodus” with a freedom that comes from One who is greater than Moses.
Description: A new temple in Jerusalem will be constructed and temple sacrifices reinstituted. …Or will they?
Today on Scandia Bible Church Podcast, Pastor Monty Simao continues with our study in the book of Revelation and shows us how the beginning of chapter 11 draws our attention back to the eschatological temple that Ezekiel prophesied of.
But what is this temple? Is it going to be just like before with animal sacrifices and everything? Or, rather, was Ezekiel’s vision a picture of something greater which finds it’s fulfillment in Christ?
Description: The most important city in the world is Jerusalem. Its history past, present, and future is the history of mankind. Jesus was presented there as a child, and 30 years later concluded His ministry outside the walls on a cruel cross. It’s a rare day that the evening news does not mention Jerusalem.
Description: John recounts the beginning of Jesus’ public ministry when He attends the Passover at the Temple in Jerusalem. What He finds ignites His righteous anger and His zeal for the House of God is revealed in His actions.
Description: Our passage this morning offers a few problem areas for the exegete, not the least of which seems to be Paul’s apparent misquote of Psalm 68. But a careful study thru this amazing Psalm reveals how a victorious king shares the spoils of war with an underserving people.
Description: Paul reveals a mystery that was made known to him that the Gentiles would hold the same status and be fused together with the Jews in a new people called the church. This was a hard message for the Jews to hear. This was a mystery that was not previously revealed to the OT Prophets and was far greater than the Proselyte structure that had existed in ancient Israel. In this new covenant, the Gentiles would be fellow-heirs, fellow members of the body, and fellow partakers of the promises found in Christ Jesus.
Description: Paul concludes chapter two of Ephesians by illustrating the unity of the church. He provides three illustrations by explaining to us that the church is: United in God’s Kingdom, United in God’s Family, and United in God’s Temple.
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