Jesus' words from Luke charge us to keep awake, keep alert, and actively look for the signs of the Kingdom of God come near.
Our readings and collect today point to Jesus as King and Lord. If we believe this about the Son of God, then nothing else can hold that sway and power in our lives.
In this episode, inspired by Chapter 13 of Mark's Gospel, we examine the responsibility of Christians to be open to change.
As we near the end of the Season after Pentecost, Mark 13 presents Jesus speaking with apocalyptic language. Why are endings something to be embraced in scripture? And why is change part of the Christian life?
In Mark 12, Jesus observes a poor widow, in the temple, giving generously in her poverty. Is this simply a story about tithing, or does it tell us more about the Christian life?
In the midst of our world, the saints give us fleeting but clear glimpses of the kingdom of God.
In this episode, we examine Jeremiah, his prophecy, and what we can learn about the temptation to be cynical in trying times.
Jeremiah lived in a world that was coming apart at the seams, much as it seems our world is. How is it that he didn't give in to the forces of cynicism that could have overtaken his ministry. And how can we avoid the same trap?
In this episode, we examine the Epistle of James, and its charge to be "doers of the word, not merely hearers."
The third episode of the 3 Questions Podcast responds to the sermon from September 2. What does James mean when he says to be doers of the word, and not mearly hearers?