Wednesday in the Word with Krisan Marotta

Wednesday in the Word with Krisan Marotta

  • 300 Episodes
  • English
  • Last updated Apr 16, 2021
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Nov 29, 2023 S21 E15 00:37:17

Paul encourages his listeners to invest their lives in truth. We reap what we sow. If we seek teachers who flatter and entertain us, that is what we will harvest. God is not mocked. He knows what we seek.

Nov 15, 2023 S23 E14 00:26:07

As he closes the letter, Paul explains how the fact that we all believe the same gospel translates into our lives as a community. First, he urges us to stop competing with our teammates. Then Paul explains how to respond when someone stumbles on this m...

Nov 08, 2023 S23 E13 00:44:54

Paul argues we don't need the Law to keep us from pursuing sin. We have something better. We have the Spirit of God teaching us to pursue goodness.

Nov 01, 2023 S23 E12 00:33:16

In the final chapters, he develops his third major theme which is the freedom the gospel brings. Because the gospel solves our two biggest problems, it brings freedom from the law and freedom from slavery to sin.

Oct 25, 2023 S23 E11 00:41:53

In the story of Abraham we find two sons, two wives, two covenants, two mountains, and two cities. So we have only two options. One option leads to eternal life in the kingdom of God.  The other leads to destruction.

Oct 11, 2023 S23 E09 00:27:33

The Judaizers teach you need to place yourself under the guardianship of the Law. Why would adults want to return the restrictions of childhood? Like a child who has come of age, you have graduated from the guardianship of the Law.

Oct 04, 2023 S23 E08 00:40:45

The Law teaches valuable lessons that prepare us for faith and keep us from evil. But, after the Messiah came, we graduated from the protective custody of the Law. All of us receive justification by the same path: faith in Jesus Christ.

Sep 27, 2023 S23 E07 00:32:58

Paul argues the Law, which was a deal, does not nullify the promise given to Abraham. In a deal, two parties agree to certain obligations. But a promise is made by one party unconditionally.

Sep 20, 2023 S23 E06 00:44:01

In Galatians 3, Paul begins a series of five arguments for justification by faith. In the first two, Paul argues from experience and from the plain teaching of Scripture.