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

  • Hosea 1: God's Adulterous Wife

    January 21st, 2022  |  Season 32  |  5 mins 10 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 1. In this passage, God tells Hosea to marry a promiscuous woman as a living picture of his relationship with Israel. God’s people have been unfaithful, and God will use Hosea to prove it to them.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 1, we see that Jesus is the good husband who does everything necessary to marry his adulterous bride.

  • Hosea 2-3: A Whore's Ransom

    January 24th, 2022  |  Season 32  |  4 mins 48 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 2-3. In this passage, Hosea warns Israel that God will remove the temple from their land and send them back into the wilderness. But he will bring them back. This promise is pictured by Hosea paying the ransom price to bring his promiscuous wife back home once again.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 2-3, we see that Jesus has paid the ultimate price for our harlotry on the cross. And since he did, there is no place we can go from which he cannot buy us back.

  • Hosea 4-5: Lack of Knowledge

    January 26th, 2022  |  Season 32  |  4 mins 23 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 4-5. In this passage, Hosea explains that Israel will be destroyed because of her lack of knowledge. That’s not to say that she doesn’t know enough, but that she has forgotten her marriage covenant with God and, therefore, forgotten God himself.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 4-5, we see that Jesus brings us the knowledge of God we need. Now, when we know Jesus, our marriage covenant is restored, and we can know God.

  • Hosea 6-7: Mercy, not Sacrifice

    January 28th, 2022  |  Season 32  |  5 mins
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    This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 6-7. In this passage, Hosea condemns Israel for running to everyone and everything for help except God. They have put their trust in political alliances and even in heartless religious activity. But God wants their hearts, not just their religion.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 6-7, we see that Jesus also desires mercy instead of sacrifices. That’s because he has provided al

  • Hosea 8-10: Mountains, Cover Us!

    January 31st, 2022  |  Season 32  |  4 mins 33 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 8-10. In this passage, Hosea brings the promise of Israel’s destruction. Because they have trusted in political alliances and false gods, their judgment is coming. And it will be so severe that they would prefer the mountains to bury them than to face what was coming.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 8-10, we see that Jesus repeated Hosea’s promise of coming judgment on his way to the cross. But the good news is that Jesus bore the mountain-crushing punishment we deserved. Even though we chose our political and national idols over him, he rescues us from what we deserve.

  • Hosea 11-14: Death, Where Is Your Sting?

    February 2nd, 2022  |  Season 32  |  3 mins 56 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Hosea 11-14. In this passage, God calls on the sting of death to rise against his adulterous people. They have repeated the idolatry of the Exodus story, and now the plagues that came against Egypt are coming against them.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Hosea 11-14, we see that Jesus flipped the sting of death on its head. Because he died under our plagues and rose from the dead, the threat of death’s sting has turned into a taunt. Where is your sting death? In Jesus’ resurrection, it is completely gone!

  • Joel 1:1-2:17: The Day of the Lord

    May 15th, 2022  |  Season 33  |  5 mins
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    This Bible study devotional covers Joel 1:1-2:17. In this passage, Joel explains that a recent plague of locusts was only the first of the Lord’s judgments against Israel. Israel needs to lament and repent if they want to avoid judgment.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Joel 1:1-2:17, we see that while he didn’t know if God would respond to his repentance, Jesus always will.

  • Joel 2:18-3:21: I Will Pour Out My Spirit

    May 15th, 2022  |  Season 33  |  5 mins 4 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Joel 2:18-3:21. In this passage, God responds to Israel’s repentance with promises of mercy and restoration.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how Jesus fulfills these specific passages. In Joel 2:18-3:21, we show Jesus and his Spirit fulfill each of God’s prophecies to Israel and Joel. In Jesus, the Spirit comes, our enemies will be defeated, and the garden of Eden will return.