Jesus In All Of The Bible

A Devotional Podcast

About the show

We believe the only path to transformative Bible engagement is to see Jesus and his gospel wherever you are in the story. Through this podcast we will do just that. In just a few minutes, each episode will look at what is happening in the text and how it points to Jesus.

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Episodes

  • Ecclesiastes 1: Vanity of Vanity

    February 5th, 2021  |  Season 13  |  4 mins 8 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Ecclesiastes 1. In this passage, the Preacher’s conclusion about life is simple: nothing in this life is as solid as we think. Like smoke, the harder we try to grip it, the quicker it slips away.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Ecclesiastes 1, we see that God becomes solid in a world of smoke. Jesus offers us a way out of the meaninglessness we experience.

  • Ecclesiastes 2-3:15: Eat, Drink and Find Enjoyment in Your Work

    February 8th, 2021  |  Season 13  |  5 mins 15 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Ecclesiastes 2:3-15. In this passage, we read about the Preacher’s experiment with life’s pleasures, God’s control over time, and the Preacher’s wisdom in a world of unmet expectations.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Ecclesiastes 2-3:15, we see the life that escapes futility and experiences joy is a life that begins and ends in God’s eternal Word. And that Word becomes flesh to us in Jesus.

  • Ecclesiastes 3:16-6:11: To Dust We Will Return

    February 10th, 2021  |  Season 13  |  4 mins 18 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Ecclesiastes 3:16-6:11. In this passage, the Preacher tells us that the futility and evil of the world is a test and that we all will eventually return to the dust we were made from.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Ecclesiastes 3:16-6:11, we see that Jesus gives us wisdom to pass the test of futility and shows us that trusting in him means we will rise from the dust like he rose from the grave.

  • Ecclesiastes 6:10-11:10: The Cursed World

    February 12th, 2021  |  Season 13  |  4 mins 48 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Ecclesiastes 6:10-11:10. In this passage, the Preacher talks about life after God’s curse. In it, there are only two certainties: death and our inability to know the future.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Ecclesiastes 6:10-11:10, we see that the wise focus on death. As we focus on Jesus’ death, we receive the certainty the Preacher could never achieve - we know with certainty where we will go after we die.

  • Ecclesiastes 12: Is Everything Meaningless?

    February 15th, 2021  |  Season 13  |  4 mins 40 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Ecclesiastes 12. In this passage, the Preacher offers his concluding thoughts, and a father figure tells his son how to process what he has read in Ecclesiastes.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Ecclesiastes 12, we see the great hope of Ecclesiastes is God’s coming judgment. One day, God will make low the proud and exalt the humble. This day of hope comes to us in Jesus.