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

  • Psalm 26: Declared Innocent

    April 28th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 12 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 26. Here, David asks God to examine him in order that he might be proven to be innocent in front of his enemies who believe he is guilty.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 26 we see that Jesus declares us innocent and free of guilt when we trust in him.

  • Psalm 27: Seeking God's Presence

    April 30th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 25 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 27. David is facing adversaries on every side. But his request isn’t just to escape from the presence of his enemies but to escape into the presence of God.
    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 27, we see that waiting for God’s presence is the only way to escape our enemies. For Jesus was subdued by his enemies all the way to death but won victory over them by waiting for God’s presence even through the grave.

  • Psalm 28: Aligning Heart and Lips

    May 3rd, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 46 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 28. This psalm defines the “wicked” as those whose words don’t match their hearts. And David asks God to give the wicked what they deserve.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 28 we see that Jesus was the only one whose heart and lips were perfectly aligned, yet he got what he didn’t deserve to bring our hearts into alignment.

  • Psalm 29: The Voice of the Lord

    May 5th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 31 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 29. This psalm beautifully and powerfully portrays the voice of the LORD as a mighty force before which everything bows and declares “Glory!”

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 29, we see that Jesus is the powerful voice of the LORD come in the flesh.

  • Psalm 30: Mourning Into Dancing

    May 7th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 8 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 30. This psalm was written for the dedication of the temple when Israel’s waiting and mourning turned to consummation and dancing. But the psalm doesn’t sound like it’s describing a temple, but an individual. And that’s the point.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 30, we see that Jesus is the individual who fulfills the temple. He is the one who turns our mourning into dancing.

  • Psalm 31: Into Your Hands I Commit My Spirit

    May 10th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 23 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 31. David asks God to take away his shame and to deliver him from his enemies.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 31, we see that when we commit our spirits to Jesus, he rescues us from shame, defeats our enemies, and comes near to us in our suffering.

  • Psalm 32: Confess Your Sins to the Lord

    May 12th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 11 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 32. This psalm encourages us to confess our sins so we can experience God’s forgiveness.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 32, we see why there is no reason to fear being vulnerable and admitting our sins to God. Since Jesus lifts away all our guilt and sin, there’s no reason not to confess everything to him!

  • Psalm 33: Sing a New Song

    May 14th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 53 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 33. In this psalm, David gives us three reasons why we should praise God: his character, his word, and his plans.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 33, we see that God’s character, word, and plans are most clearly revealed in Jesus!

  • Psalm 34: Taste And See That The Lord Is Good

    May 17th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 25 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 34. In this psalm, David praises the Lord and wants anyone who is suffering to join him. Together, they will celebrate God’s greatness because he knows that God will meet them in their suffering.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 34, we see Jesus is living proof that the Lord is close to the brokenhearted and came to save the crushed in spirit.

  • Psalm 35: Fight Those Who Fight Me

    May 19th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  3 mins 58 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 35. In this psalm, David wants God to fight for him. He needs God to be like a warrior who brandishes his weapons, rushes into battle, and shouts over the noise, “I am your salvation”!

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 35, we see that, ultimately, David was praying for Jesus to resurrect because, on the cross, Jesus defeated every enemy power, authority, and legal accusation.

  • Psalm 36: Your Love Reach to the Heavens

    May 21st, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 15 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 36. In this psalm, David celebrates both God’s love towards his people and means that God will bring justice against evil.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 36, we see that Jesus’ love reached down from heaven, love animated his life on earth, and love motivated his death for us. And if the Roman empire and death could not hold our loving savior, what wicked person today stands a chance? Like David, we can be confident that God’s love will triumph over evil.

  • Psalm 37: Do Not Be Anxious

    May 24th, 2021  |  Season 15  |  4 mins 50 secs
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    This Bible study devotional covers Psalm 37. This psalm is an extended meditation of Psalm 1. In Psalm 1, those who love God’s word are like sturdy trees. But Psalm 37 places alongside this fact that sometimes the wicked are often like sturdy trees too.

    As always, we are committed to showing you how to see the good news of the Gospel in every passage of Scripture. In Psalm 37, we see that while the wicked might prosper for a time, it’s only the righteous who will live forever. Jesus’ faithfulness to death is proof of God’s faithfulness to us and his determination to never see the righteous forsaken.