In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris continue their discussion of the Sermon on the Mount, In this episode, they look at Matthew 5:21-26. Jesus has just stated that He did not come to abolish the law of the prophets (not even a jot or tittle), but to fulfill them. He then goes through six (6) examples of how the scribes and Pharisees have misinterpreted the law, and then Jesus goes on to properly interpret this law in which He authored. Also, notice that Jesus says that the righteousness of those in the kingdom of heaven must exceed that of the scribes and the Pharisees. Also, notice in Matthew 5:48, Jesus says that those in the kingdom of heaven must be perfect as His Father in heaven is perfect. Do not miss the point that this perfect righteousness only comes by imputation from Christ in our salvation (justification, sanctification, and glorification to come).
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris continue in their discussion of the Sermon on the Mount. This episodes looks at Matthew 5:17-20 and what Jesus meant when he stated that He cam to FULFILL the Law and the Prophets.
In this episode of People in Exile podcast, Andrew, Ben, and Chris discuss Matthew 5:13-16 of Jesus' Sermon on the Mount.
What does it mean when Jesus says, "You are the salt of the earth" and "you are the light of the world"? How does this section of the Sermon logically follow from the Beatitudes?
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris discuss the idea of making resolutions. Is it a good idea? Is it a bad idea? Is there a difference between a goal and a resolution?
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In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris have a brief conversation about J.I. Packer's classic book, "Knowing God." Is there a difference between knowing about God and know God? What are some traits or characteristics of a person who truly knows God as opposed to merely knows about God?
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris answer several random questions. Also, at the end of the episode Ben and Chris discuss CS Lewis' "The Screwtape Letters," and Ben's upcoming 31 day devotional surrounding these letters.
In this episode of the People in Exile Podcast, AOC, BAE, and CSC have a conversation abut the final two Beatitudes:
Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called sons of God, and
Bless are those who are persecuted for righteousness' sake, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
In this episode of the People in Exile podcast, Actually (comma) Andrew, THE Ben Ellis, and Chris have a conversation about Christmas movies and Christmastime, in general.
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris discuss the first four Beatitudes. How can we understand the Beatitudes? What do we mean when we say, "vertical beatitudes" and "horizontal beatitudes"?
1. Poor in Spirit,
4. Hunger and Thirst for Righteousness.
A. Theirs is the kingdom of heaven,
B. They shall be comforted,
C. They shall inherit the earth,
D. They shall be satisfied.
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris discuss this question, "What are FIVE Keywords you would use to to describe who Jesus is?"
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris compare and contrast Matthew 5 with Luke 6.
Is this the same sermon? If so, is it contradictory? If not, how do we best understand these two texts together?
Blessed are the poor in spirit
Blessed are those who mourn
Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness
Blessed are the poor
Blessed are those who mourn now
Blessed are those who hunger now
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris discuss the "UN-Beatitudes" or the "anti-beatitudes." In an effort to gain more clarity and understanding of this Scripture, they discuss the opposites of the Beatitudes.
The Beatitudes reads: "Bless are the merciful, for they shall receive mercy."
The UN-Beatitude would read: "Wretched are the merciless, for they shall not receive mercy."
In this episode of People in Exile, Andrew, Ben, and Chris continue their discussion of the Sermon on the Mount. Specifically, they discuss five different interpretations of the Beatitudes, and whether or not they agree with any of these interpretations. Finally, they walk through how we see the gospel in the Beatitudes.
In this episode of People in Exile Podcast, Andrew, Ben, and Chris discuss the Sermon on the Mount (Matthew 5-7). We discuss: (1) Who wrote it, (2) Who spoke it, (3) Why Matthew's gospel was written, (4) Matthew 5:1, and (5) Why Bible Study is so important for the Church!
Welcome Back!! Andrew Chamberlin, Ben Ellis, and Chris Chambers are back recording after about a five (5) months break due in large part to COVID. We are hopeful that we will be able to record weekly moving forward. In this episode we discuss (1) Our COVID experiences personally, (2) Our faith through COVID, (3) Our ministry through COVID, (4) What we've learned through COVID, and (5) Moving forward beyond COVID.
In this episode of People in Exile we are joined again by Adam Pfahlert. In this episode, we talk about what Adam has learned from the COVID-19 pandemic, how his church has responded, and looking ahead - we discuss how things might change beyond this pandemic.
In this episode of People in Exile we are joined by Adam Pfahlert from Union Baptist in South Carolina. He talks about his testimony, his calling, and his family.
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the last session of T4G 2020 (online edition). We discuss the messages brought by Ed Moore and Mark Dever. Ed Moore gave a message on encouraging pastors from 2 Timothy 4:5 - Fulfill. Your. Ministry. While Mark Dever gave us 10 things we can expect on the Day of Judgment. We want to thank all those associated with Together for the Gospel (T4G) for finding a way to make this conference happen even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Oh taste and see that the Lord is good!
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the messages presented by Ligon Duncan, HB Charles, and Kevin DeYoung on Days two and three of T4G 2020. Ligon Duncan preached from Ephesians 4:11-13. HB Chalres preached from 1 Corinthians 9:24-27 about running to win the prize. Finally, Kevin DeYoung brought a message about the Goodness of God, and all that entails. Please remember that all of these messages brought at T4G 2020 are expected to be available at T4G.org on May 14, 2020.
In this episode, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discuss the messages brought by John Piper and Trip Lee. John Piper discusses whether or not we should preach and teach the gospel as expounding the whole Bible. Trip Lee discusses the beauty of the gospel as found in Revelation 1:5-6.
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers have a conversation about T4G 2020, Day 1, Session 2. We discuss Greg Gilbert's message on the gospel as he discusses the priesthood of Christ as well as the kingship of Christ as a representative and suffering servant. We also discuss Albert Mohler's message on the glory of God as found in the gospel.
In this episode of People in Exile, Ben Ellis and Chris Chambers discus Day 1, Session 1 of T4G 2020. We discus Richard Chin's message from Colossians 3:1-17 and David Platt's message from 1 Peter 5:1-4.