The One Year Bible Podcast 2024

The One Year Bible Podcast 2024

Looking for a fresh and fun way to explore the Bible? Join Master Storyteller, Michael Wood, M.Ed., M.S., as he brings the easy-to-read version (ERV) of the Bible to life! Perfect for young Christians or those curious about the Good Book, our dramatized podcast features unique voices, thrilling music, and captivating sound effects. Dive into all 66 books with engaging introductions showing you how everything connects from Genesis to Revelation. Thanks to Bible League International, you can trust its accuracy and authenticity. Get ready to dive into a Bible experience you won't want to put

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April 18, 2024 18 mins
Day 108 of the One Year Audio Bible Experience. Moses seals the deal with a covenantal encore at Moab, throws in a vivid reminder of past and future consequences, and lays out the ultimate divine ultimatum: choose life and blessings or death and curses – it's in your hands, Israel. In Luke, Jesus predicts His own fate, restores sight to a determined blind man, befriends a vertically challenged tax collector named Zacchaeus, and tea...
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Day 107 of the Holy Bible One Year Challenge. Moses cranks up the heat with a laundry list of curses that'll hit the Israelites like a ton of bricks if they disobey God's commandments, from diseases and droughts to locusts and lunacy, proving that divine tough love ain't no joke. In Luke, Jesus dishes out parables about persistent widows and humble tax collectors, shows the rich young ruler that following Him requires a heart-detox...
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Day 106 of the Holy Bible One Year Challenge. Moses gets the Israelites pumped for the Promised Land with a gratitude-filled first fruits offering, a heartfelt declaration of faith, and a Mount Ebal-Mount Gerizim showdown, where blessings and curses are dished out in a game of divine choose-your-own-adventure. In Luke, Jesus heals ten lepers with only one returning to say thanks, drops wisdom on the faith-filled future of God's kin...
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Day 105 of the Holy Bible One Year Challenge. Deuteronomy serves up a divine smorgasbord of laws, dishing out the dos and don'ts of community life, marital matters, business ethics, and even how to properly handle a nest of baby birds, proving that God's got the details covered from A to Z. In Luke, Jesus spins a tale of a rich man and a poor beggar named Lazarus to reveal the great chasm between heaven and hell, while offering les...
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In Deuteronomy 21-22, Moses delivers laws concerning family and community behavior. These laws address complex issues like the treatment of captives, the responsibilities towards the firstborn, and protocols for dealing with unsolved murders and various violations of marital and societal norms. As these guidelines set forth challenging moral decisions, one must ponder: How will the Israelites uphold these laws amid the temptations ...

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In Deuteronomy 19-20, Moses instructs the Israelites on setting up cities of refuge to protect those who accidentally cause a death, emphasizing justice and the importance of community safety. Chapter 20 outlines the rules for warfare, providing guidance on who should fight and the offer of peace before battle, reinforcing trust in God during conflict. As the Israelites prepare for battle, will their faith in God's commands lea...

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In Deuteronomy 17-18, Moses instructs the Israelites on the administration of justice, emphasizing the need to avoid idolatry and follow God’s laws closely. He also outlines the roles and responsibilities of kings, priests, and prophets, ensuring that leaders remain humble and true to God's commandments. As Moses talks about the prophet who will speak God’s words, one must wonder: Will this future prophet lead the people toward...

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In Deuteronomy 15-16, Moses instructs the Israelites on the laws of compassion and forgiveness, emphasizing the cancellation of debts every seven years and the proper treatment of servants. Deuteronomy 16 continues with the directives for observing Passover, the Feast of Weeks, and the Feast of Booths, underscoring the importance of justice and rejoicing in God's blessings during these festivals. As the Israelites prepare to re...

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In Deuteronomy 13-14, Moses instructs the Israelites on loyalty to God, detailing the severe consequences for idolatry and emphasizing the importance of distinguishing themselves as a holy people through specific dietary laws and practices. He warns against false prophets and teaches the importance of obedience to God's commandments, even in the face of family or community members leading astray. Will the Israelites follow the ...

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In Deuteronomy 11-12, Moses continues to remind the Israelites about the importance of loving and obeying God as they prepare to enter the Promised Land. He recounts the mighty acts God performed in Egypt and the wilderness, emphasizing that the land they are about to possess flows with milk and honey—a reward for their faithfulness. Moses sets before them a choice: life by obeying God or curse by turning away. He also instructs th...

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Deuteronomy chapters 9 and 10 recount Moses reminding the Israelites of their rebellious nature and past sins, particularly highlighting the incident with the Golden Calf at Horeb, despite God's miracles and guidance. Moses describes his own role as an intercessor, spending 40 days and nights praying for the people, leading to God's decision to spare them and command to continue their journey to the Promised Land. These cha...

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In Deuteronomy 6-8, Moses instructs the Israelites on the importance of obedience to God, emphasizing love, fear, and service to Him as the key to their survival and prosperity in the Promised Land. He reminds them of their covenant with God, the necessity of passing down their faith to future generations, and warns against the dangers of pride and forgetting God once they become prosperous.

As they stand on the brink of entering a...

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In Deuteronomy 4:15-40, Moses cautions the Israelites against idolatry, reminding them of their unique experience at Mount Sinai where they saw no form but heard God's voice. He emphasizes the importance of adhering to God's laws for their own good and to possess the land promised to their ancestors. Moses' words serve as a poignant reminder of God's omnipresence and the covenant with Israel. In chapter 5, Moses rec...

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In Deuteronomy 2-4, Moses shares with the Israelites God's command to begin taking possession of the land He promised them, starting with a victory over Sihon, king of Heshbon. Moses recounts the refusal of Sihon to allow Israel passage through his land, leading to a battle in which Israel triumphs, marking the start of their conquest of the promised land. As Moses continues, he imparts wisdom and laws to ensure Israel's su...

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In Deuteronomy, Moses reflects on the Israelites’ journey from Egypt to the Promised Land, emphasizing their trials, God’s commands, and their refusal to enter the land due to fear of its giant inhabitants. This disobedience angers God, leading to a 40-year punishment where an entire generation would not see the Promised Land, wandering until a new generation arose. Will the new generation overcome their ancestors’ fear and step in...
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In Numbers 35-36, God commands the Israelites to designate cities of refuge where someone who accidentally causes death can seek asylum, protecting them from the avenger of blood until a trial can determine their fate. Additionally, to preserve family inheritance, daughters who inherit land must marry within their tribe, ensuring property remains within the tribe. Will the cities of refuge successfully provide justice and peace in ...

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In Numbers 33-34, the Israelites, led by Moses, recount their long and arduous journey from Egypt to the Promised Land, marking each of their encampments along the way. As they approach their final destination, God commands Moses to distribute the land among the twelve tribes of Israel, specifying the exact boundaries and leaders for each tribe's inheritance. As they stand on the brink of claiming the land God promised to their...

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In Numbers 31:25-32, God commands Moses to lead a victorious campaign against the Midianites as a response to their deceit towards the Israelites. The spoils of war are divided among the soldiers, the community, and as an offering to the Lord, showcasing God's justice and provision. As the Israelites settle, the tribes of Reuben and Gad, impressed by the land's fertility for their livestock, request to inherit the land east...

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In Numbers 29:12-40, the Israelites are commanded to observe the Festival of Tabernacles, a joyous seven-day celebration with offerings to the Lord, symbolizing God's provision during their 40 years in the wilderness. Following this, Numbers 30 discusses vows to the Lord, emphasizing the importance of fulfilling them without fail. Then, in Numbers 31:1-24, the Israelites, led by Phineas and armed for battle, are instructed by G...

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In the passages from Numbers 27:12 to 29:11, God informs Moses that he will not enter the Promised Land, instead commanding him to appoint Joshua as his successor. This pivotal moment marks a bittersweet transition in leadership as Moses gazes upon the land he will never tread, symbolizing both the end of his journey and the continuation of Israel's under Joshua. As Moses stands atop the mountain, looking toward the future of h...

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