We’re kicking off a new book study on the BBP: Esther! Unlike previous, books, this won’t necessarily be a verse-by-verse study, but rather a section-by-section study, looking through each major breakdown the book. The book of Esther is a historical and narrative book, so we have to take a wider look at the sections of […]
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Our study in Colossians concludes with a look through chapter 4. After a few verses continuing to dive deeper into the implications of Christ’s preeminence in our personal lives, Paul wraps up the letter. He walks through a list of his fellow-workers and talks about his wishes for the church at Colossae. Paul accomplished a […]
We finish Colossians 3 by talking about the “put on” part of Paul’s “put off, put on” analogy. Just as we were told to put off sinful behavior, we are shown how, by the power of Jesus, to “put on” virtuous behavior. When you try to leave behind something bad, you have to put something […]
This special episode marks one year since The Bible Burrito launched! We’ve got a new theme song and some new ideas on the way. To celebrate, we brought in a good friend of ours to talk about a topic familiar to all 3 of us: youth ministry. Joemel Delossantos serves as the Youth Pastor for […]
We dive into the practical side of the book in Colossians chapter 3. Now that we understand our position in Christ, we can understand how to move forward in sanctification. Specifically, we talk about the eternal mindset we should have since our lives as believers are really in Christ, not here on Earth. Intro/Outro Music […]
This week in our Colossians study, we take a quick break from the book of Colossians itself to discuss a book that is very connected to it: Philemon. The subjects at play in this book involved a total upheaval of societal norms form that period as Paul urged his friend Philemon to accept his former […]