Light of Today Podcast

The Light of Today podcast is the weekly podcast of Light of Today Church. Enjoy Pastor Chris Palmer’s weekly sermons. They will encourage you from the Word of God and help you grow in Christ.

  • The Beatitudes part 3 - Those Who Mourn (Matthew 5:4)
    by Greek for the Week on February 19, 2020 at 11:00 am

    In Matthew 5:4, Jesus says, “blessed” (well off) are those who mourn. The Greek word for “mourn” here is “penthountes” which means passionate grief that leads to action. It entails weeping over sin, being saddened by the loss of our own innocence, and being distraught by the wickedness in the world. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greek/support

  • The Beatitudes part 2 - Poor In Spirit (Matthew 5:3)
    by Greek for the Week on February 13, 2020 at 8:47 pm

    Being "poor in spirit,” as in Matthew 5:3, means feeling our need for God and reaching out to himwith the total trust that he alone can supply what we lack. This term “poor in spirit” (ptochoi to pneumati) comes from Ps. 33:19 in the Greek Old Testament. It means one who humbly trusts God in their impoverished state. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greek/support

  • The Beatitudes part 1 (Matthew 5:3-11)
    by Greek for the Week on February 10, 2020 at 9:11 pm

    In Matthew 5:3-11, we find the Beatitudes. The beatitudes display the attitude of a true disciple of Jesus, one who has chosen the way of the Kingdom over the way of the world. A disciple who practices this will be “makarioi.” This is often translated “happy,” “blessed,” and it describes one who is well off, has a deep inner joy, and is even to be envied. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greek/support

  • Watch Out for Hazards! (Philippians 3:2)
    by Greek for the Week on January 8, 2020 at 2:31 pm

    As believers, we should endeavor to partner with the Holy Spirit so that he can point out potential hazards along the way. This is so essential to our victory as Christians that God commands us to do this in a very strong way. In Philippians 3:2, the apostle Paul tells the Philippian church to be on the “look out” for harmful things three times. He repeats the command “blepete” back to back to back. It’s like saying “beware! Beware! Beware!” The force of this would caution any reader that there are going to be traps that come along the way and, unless we are paying attention to the Holy Spirit, we might miss them and fall into them. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greek/support

  • Pray For Those Beyond Your Closest Few (Romans 1:9-10)
    by Greek for the Week on December 31, 2019 at 6:15 pm

    When you pray, are you interceding on the behalf of just your closest and favorite people or are you fervently praying for others outside of your social sphere as God leads? In Romans 1:9-10 Paul said that he prayed for the Roman Christians “without ceasing” and “always.” The Greek words “without ceasing” adialeiptos and “always” pantote intensifies the statement and expresses intense, personal, and heartfelt prayer. The interesting thing is that the Roman Christians were not part of Paul’s social interaction or those under his apostolic responsibility. Yet, he genuinely cared for them and had their best interest at heart when he prayed. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/greek/support


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