What is Discipleship? | indoubt

What is Discipleship?

What is Discipleship? To many, the word “discipleship” is actually quite confusing – like the words “fellowship,” “propitiation,” or even “Hallelujah.” Now, Christians know they need to be disciples and to disciple others, but what does it really mean? What exactly does discipleship look like? Put plainly, a disciple is someone who follows Christ and…

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Ep. 51: Why Study the Bible? | indoubt

Ep. 51: Why Study the Bible?

This week on indoubt we want to begin the New Year by encouraging you to read through the Bible in 2021. This daily discipline will transform your understanding and relationship with Jesus. Join Isaac and The Bible Projects, Tim Mackie. This week on the show we ask the question: why study the Bible? Tim has…

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True Happiness and Significance is Out There

Friend – believer or skeptic – true happiness and significance is out there. It’s just not in anything man has made – which includes philosophies and religions that humanity has thought of. True happiness and significance is only found in the gospel of God.

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We Care Too Much About “Looks”

Our “Look” We care way too much about the way we look.   Whether pushing ourselves too hard at the gym or spending hundreds of dollars (and hours) on fashion, we really care about our “look.” Girls, guys, young, old – this is everywhere. And I’m not just saying this about the world in general,…

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Christian, pray for patience.

Culture and Patience People hate waiting.   It seems as though 90% of new inventions are for the purpose of making a task perform at a greater speed.   Look at the wonderful invention of the telephone. This is an example of an invention that introduced a quicker way to do something. In this case,…

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Not Peace, but a Sword

Not Peace, but a Sword There’s a verse in the gospel of Matthew where Jesus says, “Do not think that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I have not come to bring peace, but a sword.” (Matt 10:34) Many of us can look at this verse and get confused. Isn’t Jesus the…

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Are You Living an Authentic Christian Life?

Christians and Trees Are you living an authentic Christian life? Dendrology will help you answer that. Dendrology, if you didn’t know, is the study of trees. God uses the metaphor of the tree all throughout His Word. In the New Testament, we see Jesus explaining to His followers that we are all like trees –…

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James, Faith and Works

Knowledge and Practice of the Word There is no greater balance within the Christian faith than knowledge of the Word and practice of the Word. An important verse in James, along with the entire New Testament, is James 1:22 when James writes, “But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves.”  …

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Faith, Love & Hope

Multiple times in the New Testament we read of faith, hope, and love in the same thought (1 Corinthians 13:13, 1 Thessalonians 1:3, 5:8-9, 2 Thessalonians 1:3-4, Jude 22-21). Why is this? Because faith, hope, and love play an essential role in the life of the believer. [Now, just as a reminder, you can only…

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Crucified and Alive

A few of the most profound truths of being a Christian are found in what Paul writes to the Galatian Church: “I have been crucified with Christ. It is no longer I who live, but Christ who lives in me. And the life I now live in the flesh I live by faith in the…

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Ep. 032: I’ve Got This Thing…

I’ve Got This Thing…: Isaac and the guestcast talk about sin. Many Christians struggle with a “thing” that’s holding them back from spiritual growth and maturity. This is a conversational discussion on some of those “things,” confession and repentance, as well as spiritual growth.

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