THE DEPOT PODCAST: The Miraculous Fiftieth Day
God is always intentional in delivering His promises. The Day of Pentecost was no exception.
For ten days after Jesus’s ascension, the disciples obeyed this command. They gathered together waiting and praying with one another. Unlike the three days between Jesus’s death and resurrection where the disciples were scattered, this time they stayed together.
In this episode, Erin Olson introduces the Bible teaching series she is launching over the next several weeks. Erin will be covering the entire book of Acts because it’s where the Church began. Erin was recently reminded that not everyone who sits in church knows the Bible, including all of the terms of context included in it.
You may be tired right now fighting the battle God has called you to, but know that if He called you to it, He will get you through it. Where some may think victory looks hopeless, God is saying, “Wait and see what I will do.”
I wonder today if those same words by Satan are being whispered in some Christian’s ears, “Did God really say?” Progressive Christianity is pushing a narrative that changes what God said is good and right according to His Word.
Whether we like it or not, our decisions influence others. Loving God and loving others means that we will love Him in the choices we make and the actions we take and that we will consider others when we do these things.
But God — even if He is never mentioned in the book of Esther, was at work. What looked like doom for the people of God turned into a victory that is still celebrated to this day by the Jewish people. How amazing is that?
In this episode, Erin Olson discusses her book, Spiritual Orphans, and how the problems we are facing are spiritual issues manifesting themselves in the physical. We cannot experience heaven on earth with so many people disconnected from their Heavenly Father.
Gathering, equipping and sending out Christians to live out and share the Gospel. Interviews of Christian leaders combined with in-depth biblical teaching. Join host Erin Olson, founder of Sandalfeet Ministries, as she connects with people around the world and uses her gift of teaching and prophesy to navigate living with a biblical worldview.