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Best Verse podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Verse podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Is it hard to find time to spend with God and grow your faith? The One Verse Devotional is a short, 5 minute-ish podcast where we grow deeper in our faith through just one verse a day, Monday through Friday. A practical and encouraging look at the Bible, now you can spend time with God whenever you want. Hosted by Matt McCarrick and brought to you by Phosphorus Project.
 
The 17 Verses podcast is a short, daily recitation of the Qur'an in spoken English. Our purpose is to enable busy Muslims (or non-Muslims) to be exposed to the Qur'an each day, delivered to their phones/iPads/etc. If you average approximately 17 verses per day, you can get through the entire Qur'an in about a year. The Qur'an can definitely feel intimidating but if it's taken in small pieces, it needn't be so. So join us as we go through the Qur'an every day.
 
A collection of poetry selected and performed by Bob Gonzalez, rhapsode. Rhapsodes of Ancient Greece were “song-stitchers,” performing selections from the epics of Homer and Hesiod. The contemporary rhapsode performs the classical poetry of his or her language, culture, and tradition. Any particular collection and arrangement of poems for performance I term a “rhapsody.” In general terms, a rhapsody is an ecstatic expression of feeling and enthusiasm. In music, a rhapsody is an instrumental ...
 
Verse First is a monthly Podcast hosted by writer and poet Adrian B Earle (AkA Think/Write/Fly) and produced and edited by Kallen Daynes and Gavin Randhawa, exploring the themes that resonate in contemporary poetry. Audio essays featuring interviews with your next favourite poet on the creation of their work, the craft of verse. These musings on verse are accompanied by unique studio readings of some of the most fantastic artists of both page and stage.
 
Eric and Ross are vers gay men of color. On the Vers Vers podcast we talk about sex, sexual health, relationships, culture, and politics from our perspective as vers gay men of color. Contact us: versverspodcast@gmail.com Instagram @versverspodcast Facebook @vers vers podcast Twitter @versverspodcast
 
Introducing Bible Study Company Podcast. Grab some coffee or your favorite beverage. We are excited to have you join us. Who are we? Pew sitters on a path to find out what pleases God, our Creator. We are studying scripture through a lens to find out how to live a praiseworthy life to Christ. Dr. Baruch Korman of Loveisrael.org has shared his study tips with us, and we plan on sharing them with you. They are changing our bible study and our life! We could never imagine the discoveries that h ...
 
By harmonizing the four Gospels -- Matthew, Mark, Luke, and John -- we will study the life of Christ in chronological order, from the first utterances of the angels heralding His birth, to His crucifixion and resurrection. It is our sincere hope and expectation that as we immerse ourselves in Jesus' life and ministry, we will fall more deeply in love with Him, and become more and more like Him.
 
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As-salaam wa-alaikum, brothers and sisters. Today's selection is from Surah 20, Tâ-Hâ, verses 77-89. These verses tell of the deliverance of the Children of Israel from the bondage of the Pharaoh of Egypt, and their backsliding when Prophet Moses went up Mount Tür. If you enjoy the podcast, HELP SPREAD THE WORD! Tell your friends and family, subscr…
 
We are live on Patreon (Patreon.com/contributeyourverse) with 2 monthly bonus episodes:Craft Bootcamp-- a deep dive into poetic conceptsOur Verses-- readings from our hosts & guestsWe're also launching a 30/30 Poetry Writing Challenge for National Poetry Month in April. To share poems, join our online community at Contribute Your Verse: Online Comm…
 
In Matthew 3:8-10, John the Baptist invites his audience to bear fruit worthy of repentance. Is he talking about good works? No, the context indicates that the good fruit does not refer to good works, but to good words that are in alignment with Scripture. This is important for properly understanding the gospel. This study is an excerpt from my Gos…
 
As-salaam wa-alaikum, brothers and sisters. Today's selection is from Surah 6, Al-An‘âm or the Cattle, verses 122-129. These verses assert that when good and bad are treated alike, criminals are appointed as leaders. Whomever God wants to guide, he opens him up to Islam. In the end, the Jinns and the human beings who were misled by them will all be…
 
Through My Bible Yr 3 – April 2 Luke 17:20-37 (NIV84) Through My Bible – april 2 Bible reading based on Luke 17:20-37 (NIV84) https://wels2.blob.core.windows.net/through-my-bible/03-0402db.mp3 See series: Through My Bible The Coming of the Kingdom of God 20 Once, on being asked by the Pharisees when the kingdom of God would come, Jesus replied, “Th…
 
Service Livestream: Sermon Audio: https://artofthechristianninja.files.wordpress.com/2020/03/covid-sunday.mp3 The song I played earlier is called “The Voice of Truth” and it’s by a Christian band called “Casting Crowns”. It’s a song that has meant a lot to me over the years – especially in my first years of being a pastor. You see, when I was in hi…
 
Here we are for episode 325! This time we are skipping actual April Fool's Day activities - but we do still have a surprise for one of our cast members... Yes, Cromitty - THIS IS YOUR LIFE!! We have plenty of special guests - either dropping in or leaving messages and also clips from old Sutton Park episodes featuring our man of the moment. Thanks …
 
As-salaam wa-alaikum, brothers and sisters. Today's selection is from Surah 6, Al-An‘âm or the Cattle, verses 111-121. These verses speak of the opposition encountered by all Messengers of God from Shaitãn and his minions and counsels Muslims only to eat meat on which Allah's name has been pronounced. If you enjoy the podcast, HELP SPREAD THE WORD!…
 
Through My Bible Yr 3 – April 1 Luke 17:1-19 (NIV84) Through My Bible – april 1 Bible reading based on Luke 17:1-19 (NIV84) https://wels2.blob.core.windows.net/through-my-bible/03-0401db.mp3 See series: Through My Bible Luke 17 Sin, Faith, Duty 1Jesus said to his disciples: “Things that cause people to sin are bound to come, but woe to that person …
 
As-salaam wa-alaikum, brothers and sisters. Today's selection concludes Surah 18, Al-Kahf or the Cave, verses 83-110. These verses tell the story of King Zul-Qarnain then discuss the fates of the mushrikin and the believers of the Day of Judgment and end by reminding us the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is a human being like all of us. If you enjoy the p…
 
Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 31 Luke 16:1-31 (NIV84) Through My Bible – March 31 Bible reading based on Luke 16:1-31 (NIV84) https://wels2.blob.core.windows.net/through-my-bible/03-0331db.mp3 See series: Through My Bible Luke 16 The Parable of the Shrewd Manager 1Jesus told his disciples: “There was a rich man whose manager was accused of wasting …
 
Here we are for episode 324! This time on the show Paul speaks to Harry F about his very favourite band - Shakespears Sister - just after he got the chance to see them live (twice) 25 years after they originally split up. He tells us how he first became a fan and what it was like to finally see them in concert! A dream come true! All this and we ha…
 
As-salaam wa-alaikum, brothers and sisters. Today's selection is from Surah 18, Al-Kahf or the Cave, verses 71-82. This selection concludes the story of Prophet Moses and a man named Khizr, whom the Prophet had sought out so as to learn some wisdom which God had imparted upon Khizr. Tafseer for this selection elaborates on two additional points we …
 
Through My Bible Yr 3 – March 30 Luke 15 (NIV84) Through My Bible – March 30 Bible reading based on Luke 15 (NIV84) https://wels2.blob.core.windows.net/through-my-bible/03-0330db.mp3 See series: Through My Bible Luke 15 The Parable of the Lost Sheep 1Now the tax collectors and “sinners” were all gathering around to hear him. 2But the Pharisees and …
 
What You’ll Learn Moving into the area of spiritual warfare, Dr. Barber begins by reviewing what we have learned so far in the book of Ephesians. He explains why, when one is involved in spiritual battles, it is important to know who we are and whose we are.By Verse by Verse Bible Study with Dr. Wayne Barber
 
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