Episode 107 is set aside for a reading of Psalm 138, a psalm of giving thanks. Some commentary on the Psalm is interspersed between the reading of each verse. It is also a first for Finding Hidden Treasure as my wife is sharing the speaking in this episode.
Episode 106 centers on a discussion about God being in all places at the same time (omni-presence). As a result, we never truly leave His presence.
Several writers of the past have likened this to an encounter that a citizen of a kingdom would have with his king or queen in a special room designed for such meetings. A Presence Chamber would be the place of such an encounter. This analogy is useful in helping us to understand the importance of knowing that with God in Christ, we never leave the divine Presence Chamber.
This episode also feature a reading from F.B. Meyer’s book “The Secret of Guidance.” The reading is from Chapter 8 is entitled “In The Secret of His Presence.” A link to this book on the Christian Classics Ethereal Library website can be found here.
Inserted photo is of the King’s Presence Chamber at Hampton Court Royal Palace – London – thenenchantedmanor.com
This minisode centers on discussing some parallels between the space race to the Moon in the 1960s with the effort to complete the quest to translate the Bible into all known languages by 2025, only seven years from now.
Episode 105 centers on a discussion of re-thinking the devotional practice of Quiet Time. While supporting the essence of what Quiet Time seeks to do (spend time with God in Bible intake, prayer and reflection/meditation), it challenges a legalistic and rigid approach to conducting a Quiet Time. This post developed from my thinking about an article by John Grayston, formerly of Scripture Union in the United Kingdom and his thoughts about biblical illiteracy and the future of quiet time.
Episode 104 features a discussion on the value of reading Christian books, especially for those who are participating in the Year of Biblical Literacy. The discussion makes reference to a number of writings; Links are below