In this episode of Finding His Voice several kings refuse to allow the Israelites to pass through their nations and so their lands are given unto them.
The deaf are healed and the mute speak as Jesus continues to teach about the Hearts of Men.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Israelite Nation learn what will happen to them if they defy the word of God.
Jesus heals a man with palsy who was lowered through the roof on a bed and the scribes are amazed that Jesus would dare do such a thing on the Sabbath.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Nehemiah tells of how he organized the singers to give praise in the House of God and he chastised the Levites who had married foreign women and allowed them to distract the men from the work of the Lord.
The Apostles are doing the work of the Lord as they are filled with the Spirit of the Holy Ghost. No man is ever found in need because Barnabas, a Levite, sold his land and brought the money to the Apostles and laid it at their feet.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Children of Israel are gathered from all corners of the nation and assigned their duties to the House of God as the Temple is rebuilt.
Peter and John are thrown into prison for healing the man who was lame, and they are told not to preach the name of Jesus anymore. Peter, speaking with the power of the Holy Spirit said, "Ye rulers of the people and elders of Israel, if we be examined of the good deed we have done by which this man was made whole, be it known to all of you that by the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth whom God raised from the dead, by Him doth this man stand here before you whole."
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Israelites are mourning when the Book of Moses is read, because they are made aware of their iniquities. But they are told to go and celebrate because this is a Holy day, they day when the Lord has once again blessed the nations.
A man, lame from birth, asks Peter for alms. Peter says, "Silver and gld have I none, but what I do have I will give to you. In the name of Jesus Christ of Nazareth, rise up and walk." And he took him by the right hand, and the man was healed from that moment.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Nehemiah is challenged from all sides, as the heathen nations are angered from his rebuilding the Wall of Jerusalem.
In the day of Pentecost Peter explains to the Jews that they had slain the man, approved by God, and that Jesus was the Christ. They asked what they could do and Peter explained that they must repent of their sins and be baptized and receive the Holy Ghost. There were more than 3,000 baptized that day.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, after Jerusalem's walls are destroyed, Nehemiah the servant of King Artaxerxes is ordered to gather the tribes of Israel to rebuild the wall and gates.
The Holy Ghost comes to the disciples in the Day of Pentecost and the Jews and Strangers from other lands are each amazed because they all hear the disciples speaking in the tongue of each of their mother lands.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Darius, King of Persia, finds the scroll from Cyrus the former king, that the house of God should be built, so Darius decrees that no one shall intrude further on the rebuilding and the temple is completed.
The disciples are on a boat having no luck in catching fish, when Jesus shows himself to them the third time since He was risen. He tells them to cast their net to the right side of the boat and their net is soon filled. They drag the net to shore and dine with the Lord one last time before He is carried to Heaven. Jesus tells Peter three times to feed His sheep.
In this episode of Finding His Voice many nations that are living inside of Israel are bitter that the Israelites have returned to rebuild the House of God and so they cause difficulties to make it impossible to finish rebuilding the city during the time of Cyrus King of Persia.
God reveals himself to the disciples and to Thomas and He tells Thomas to thrust his hand into His side, so that he might believe the the Lord has returned. Jesus tells Thomas that because he has seen Jesus, he believes in Him, but blessed are those who believe but have not seen.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Cyrus King of Persia was stirred to make proclamation that he would rebuild the Temple of Solomon. So he raised up all those who could prove by genealogy that they were from Israel, and sent them back to Jerusalem to rebuild the House of God.
Soldiers, after they had crucified Jesus, cast lots for the remains of His clothing so that the scriptures might be fulfilled which said, they parted my raiment among them and for my vesture they did cast lots.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Israelites are taken captive by the Chaldeans, and the vessels of the House of the Lord are taken away. The temple of Solomon is burned and the wall of Jerusalem is destroyed.
Jesus is scourged by Pilate, a purple robe place on Him and a crown of thorns placed on His head. Pilate presents Jesus to the Jews and says, Behold you King! The Jews reply that they have no King but Caesar and to crucify Jesus. Pilate says he finds no fault in Jesus but has no choice but to have Him crucified. On the cross, Pilate had written Jesus of Nazareth King of the Jews.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Manasseh takes possession of the kingdom and causes the children to pass through the fire in the city of Hinnom. He does much evil in the site of the Lord until Manasseh was bound and carried away to Babylon. Manasseh cries out to the Lord and God hears his pleas and returns him again to his kingdom.
Jesus is led away to Pilate and the Jews ask Pilate to condemn Jesus to death. Pilate asks Jesus if He is the King of the Jews. Jesus replies that His kingdom is not of this world, or His servants would fight so that He would not have been delivered unto the Jews.
In this episode of Finding His Voice King Hezekiah returns the people of Jerusalem to the ways of the Lord, returning all of the vessels that were lost to the House of the Lord. And the Lord hearkened to Hezekiah and healed the people. So there was great joy in Jerusalem, for since the time of Solomon, there was not the like in Jerusalem.
Jesus prays to God for the protection of His disciples, for they believed that God had sent Him. And not for them alone, but for those also which shall believe in Him through their word.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Amaziah takes the seat to Reign over Israel, and while he follows the commandments of God, he does not keep the law in his heart, and he starts to follow other gods from the lands that he defeats.
Jesus tells the disciples that they only have him for a short while and then they will lament, but He goes to be with His father. He tells them, "The Father Himself loveth you, because ye have loved Me, and nelieved that I came out from God."
In this episode of Finding His Voice Jehoshaphat is replaced by his son, Jehoram, as King of Judah. And Jehoram slew all of his brothers with the sword and walked in the way of the kings of Israel, for he had the daughter of Ahab to wife, and he wrought that which was evil in the eyes of the Lord.
Jesus tells the disciples that when the Holy Spirit comes to comfort them, He will reprove the world of sin, and of righteousness, and of judgement.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Asa goes to sleep with his fathers and Jehoshaphat takes over reign as king. His heart was lifted up in the ways of the Lord and he took away the high places and the groves out of Judah. Therefore the Lord established the kingdom in his hand.
Jesus tells the disciples, When the Comforter is come, whom I will send unto you from the Father, even the Spirit of Truth, which proceedeth from the Father, He shall testify of Me. And ye also shall bear witness, because ye have been with me from the beginning.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Asa becomes king and destroys all the idols. He does right in the eyes of the Lord for many years, so the Lord gave Israel peace. But the king lost his faith in all the years of peace and when his borders were challenged again, he reached out to other kings and their armies rather than depending on the Lord. So War was with Israel until the end of Asa's days.
Jesus prepares the disciples for His leaving them and tells them, The Comforter, which is the Holy Ghost, whom the Father will send in my name, He shall teach you all things, and bring all things to your remembrance, whatsoever I have said unto you.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Solomon is replaced as King by his son Rehoboam. Rehoboam makes the yoke on the people exceedingly difficult and they rebel against him. And Rehoboam sinned greatly against the Lord. He took 18 wives and 60 concubines and had 28 sons and 60 daughters.
Jesus told the disciples, A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Solomon sanctifies the temple through song and prayer and by offering a sacrifice of 22,000 oxen and 120,000 sheep: so the king and all the people dedicated the house of God.
After supper, Jesus washes the feet of His disciples saying, The servant is not greater than his lord; neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Solomon starts work on the House of the Lord and Huram King of Tyre sends him a man, the son of a Widow, who is well skilled at building all things of stone and of wood and of brass. This man creates all the finery of the temple and he creates to pillars to adorn the front step. The pillar on the left is named Boaz and the pillar on the right, Jachin.
All the Jews are coming from Judea, not only to see Jesus, but to see that Lazarus is raised from the dead. This leads the Pharisees to decide that if Jesus is not killed soon, then all the world shall be following Him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice all the things that King David had stored for the building of the High Temple are transferred over to Solomon, as he is made King.
When the Pharisees learn of the miracle that Jesus had performed in raising Lazarus from the dead, Caiaphas the High Priest prophesied that Jesus should die within the year, not only for the people of Israel, but that he should gather together in one the children of God who were scattered abroad.
In this episode of Finding His Voice we learn of He-man and his sons. He-man was the king's seer in the words of God, to lift up the horn. And God gave to He-man fourteen sons and three daughters.
Jesus says they must return to Judea because Lazarus is dead. But Thomas is afraid to go because the Jews there had wanted to stone Jesus. Jesus said that they must go, so that He could raise Lazarus from the dead. Thomas said to his fellow disciples, Let us also go, that we may die with him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David dealt with all of the cities of the children of Ammon, and he brought out the people and cut them with saws and with harrows of iron and with axes. And the Lord refused to let David build Him a house, because David had shed much blood upon the earth.
The Jews ask Jesus to speak plainly and tell them if He was the Christ. Jesus answered, I told you and ye believed not. My sheep hear my voice, and I know them, and they follow me. And I give to them eternal life, and they shall never perish. I and my Father are one. Then the Jews took up stones to stone him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice one of David's Psalms is first shared in which he says, "Sing unto the Lord, all the earth; shew forth from day to day His salvation. Declare His Glory among the heathen; His marvelous works among all the nations. For great is the Lord, and greatly to be praised."
When the Pharisees asked the blind man if the one who healed him was a sinner, the blind man replied, "Since the world began was it not heard that any man opened the eyes of one that was born blind. If this man were not of God, He could do nothing."
In this episode of Finding His Voice the story of how David gathered gathered the men of valor into armies and took control of Israel after the death of Saul is recounted.
Jesus heals a blind man on the Sabbath my mixing his spit into clay and anointing the blind man's eyes. Jesus tells the man to go wash in Siloam and when the man washes in the pool, his sight is returned.
In today's episode of Finding His Voice we cover the genealogy of the children of Israel, and the cites and lands that they inhabited.
Jesus is being tested by the Pharisees in the temple and he tells them that Abraham rejoiced at coming of Jesus. The Pharisees said, You are not yet 50 years old, how could you have seen Abraham? Jesus replied, Before Abraham was, I am.
In this episode of Finding His Voice we continue the genealogy through the sons of Reuben and the Gadites, who were valiant men, able to bear buckler and sword and skillful in war. Princes, mighty men of valor and heads of the house of their fathers. But they transgressed against the God of their fathers and went whoring after the gods of the people of the land, whom God destroyed before them.
Jesus is teaching in the temple when the Pharisees bring a woman in to him, whom they had caught in the act of adultery. Jesus wrote on the ground and said, let he who is without sin among you cast the first stone. And they which had heard it, being convicted by their own conscience, went out one by one, beginning at the eldest and even unto the last. Jesus spoke to the woman and asked, where are thy accusers? Hath no man condemned thee? She said, No man Lord. Jesus said to her, "Neither do I condemn thee, go and sin no more."
In this episode of Finding His Voice we learn the genealogy of man from Adam to Bethlehem.
Jesus speaks of the Spirit that they who believe on Him should receive; for the Holy Ghost was not yet given, because Jesus was as yet not glorified.
I this episode of Finding His Voice King Josiah tries to redeem the people in the eyes of the Lord. He destroys all groves and graven images that were dedicated to other gods. But the Lord has already vowed that he would remove Judah from the land. He gave them respite until Josiah slept with his fathers, and then Babylon came in and took all the people away into slavery.
At the Feast of Tabernacles, Jesus goes to the temples to teach. Some of the people of Jerusalem said, is this not He whom they seek to kill? He speaks boldly and they say nothing unto him. Do the rulers know that this is indeed the very Christ?
In this episode of Finding His Voice Ahaz King of Judah begins his reign of 29 years in Jerusalem and he did that which was right in the sight of the Lord, even as David had done. He removed the high places and broke the graven images. He trusted in the Lord God of Israel, so that after him was none like him among all the kings of Judah.
Jesus says, Verily I say unto you, He that believeth on me hath everlasting life. I am that bread of life. This is the bread which cometh down from Heaven, that a man might eat thereof an not die. If any man eat of this breadhe shall live forever: and the bread that I will give is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.
In this episode of Finding His Voice four generations of the seed of Jehu are seated on the throne of Israel, as the Lord had promised. And behold, their acts are written in the book of the chronicles of the Kings of Israel.
Jesus gives thanks for a few barley loaves and two small fishes and feeds the multitudes of thousands. The multitudes start to speak of His miracles and that He is a true prophet. When Jesus perceived that they would try by force to make Him rule as king, he departed himself to a mountain alone.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Jehoash was hidden as a child, because he was a son of the king and Athaliah the mother Ahaziah tried to destroy the Royal line after her son had died. But Jehoash was raised in the house of the Lord and became King. Then the priest had Athaliah killed and took the throne at the age of 7 and did all that was right in the sight of the Lord.
Jesus says to search the scriptures, "For in them ye think ye have eternal life; and they are they which testify of me. For had ye believed in Moses, ye would have believed in me; for he wrote of me. But if ye believe not his writings, how shall ye believe my words?"
In this episode of Finding His Voice Jehu becomes King of Israel. He offers to make a great sacrifice to Baal and gathers all of the followers of Baal together. After the offering, he ordered his men to slay all of the followers of Baal. The Lord said unto Jehu, Because thou hast done well in executing that which is right in mine eyes, your children shall sit on the throne of Israel for four generations.
Jesus heals a man at the pool and tells him to take up his bed and walk. The Jews are angered by this because it was the Sabbath. Jesus told them, as My father works, so shall I work. The son can do nothing of himself, except that which he seeth the father do.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the king of Syria takes men and chariots to slay the prophet Elisha, but the Lord blinds the men. Elisha then leads them into Samaria and prayed that the Lord would return their sight. The King of Israel offered to Smite the Syrians but Elisha told him instead to feed them and send them home. So the bands of Syria came no more into the lands of Israel.
The Samaritans went to Jesus after the woman at the well told of His good words. And when they met Him, and heard His words, they declared that He was indeed the Christ.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Naaman seeks Elisha and is cleansed of his leprosy in the River Jordan, But when Elisha's servant lies to Naaman to receive silver and clothes from him, the leprosy is transferred to the servant and to his seed forever.
Jesus meets a woman at the well and asks her to draw Him water. She asks why she, a Samarian, should draw water for a Jew. Jesus informed her that if she knew who she was talking to, He would deliver unto her living water that she would never thirst again. She surmised that He was the Christ and left her waterpot to inform the men in the city that the savior had arrived.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Ahab does evil in the sight of God and allows his wife Jezebel to have a man killed so that Ahab may have his vineyard.
Nicodemus asks Jesus how a man can be born again and Jesus replies that we must be baptized by water and by the spirit and that whosever believes in the Son of man shall not perish, but have everlasting life.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Elijah escapes to Mount Horeb after having slain all the priests of Ba'al and God says to him, Why are you here? Elijah tells God that he is the last prophet and the people are seeking to kill him. God says, I have 7,000 others besides you who have not bowed their knee to Ba'al, get up now and anoint Hazael to be King over Syria.
Jesus is invited to a wedding at Cana and when the wine has run out he turns 6 water pots into wine. After, he travels to the temple and drives out the money changers. The Jews asked Him to give them a sign by what right he did these things. He told them to destroy this temple and in three days He would raise it up.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Elijah the prophet proclaimed that there shall be no water upon the earth until he speaks it. The drought came and Elijah was fed by ravens until the creeks dried up. He then went to stay with a widow woman and raised her son from the dead. She said, I know now that thou art truly a man of God.
John introduces Jesus to two of his disciples saying, Behold the Lamb of God. The two disciples start to follow Jesus and Jesus sends them to bring more disciples to Him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice we hear of the kings who followed Solomon after Israel was divided and there was only one who was righteous in the eyes of God. That king was Asa.
The Pharisees ask John if he is the Christ, and he says, no I baptize with water. But there is one who will come after me whose show I am not worthy to latch, and that one, He shall baptize with Fire.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Rehoboam is made king and has the guidance of Solomon's old counselors to lighten the yoke of service from the people of Israel and they will follow him forever. But Rehoboam took instead the counsel of his young friends and told the people he would make their yoke unbearable, so they rebelled against him and he maintained control of only one tribe in all of Israel.
The Lord returns to his disciples and opens their eyes to the scriptures of old, so that they might understand why it was He had to suffer, for the remission of sin. He then blessed them and was carried up into heaven,
In this episode of Finding His Voice Solomons completes the temple to the Lord and finds favor in His site for many years. But eventually Solomon ended up taking 700 wives and many from strange countries. He ended up following after the gods of his wives and losing favor in the site of the one true God.
Jesus rises on the third day and travels to a town called Emmaus, which was 60 furlongs from Jerusalem. But the men whom he traveled with recognized him not until he broke bread with them in the evening and disappeared from their site.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Solomon begins work on the temple and he finds a man from Tyre whose name was Hiram and he was a widow's son. He was filled with wisdom and understanding in all works of brass. And he came to King Solomon and he set up the pillars in the porch of the temple. He set up the right pillar and called the name thereof Jachin and he set up the left pillar and he called the name thereof Boaz.
Two thieves were hanged on crosses to the right and left of Jesus and one railed at him saying, "If thou be Christ, save thyself and us." But the other rebuked the first saying that they deserved their fate for the crimes that they had committed, but here is the one who is innocent, receiving the same condemnation.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Solomon is found to be the wisest King ever to reign and his land is surrounded with peace throughout. He takes the time to find an ally in Hiram King of Tyre and makes a covenant with him to build a Tabernacle to the Lord.
Jesus is taken to King Herod. Herod mocks Him, places a fancy robe and Him and returns Him to Pilate to be sentence to crucifixion.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Solomon is anointed as king and takes control of the realm, and the House of David is established to maintain a seat on the throne before the Lord forever.
Peter denies Jesus three times, saying that he knew Him not. Jesus is taken before and accused of blasphemy for saying the He is the Son of God.
In this episode we conclude the book of 2 Samuel as King David is nearing the end of his reign and his accomplishments are recounted.
Jesus is found praying in the Garden and is betrayed by Judas with a kiss.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David no longer needs to go off to war and he writes a song to the Lord, thanking Him for having vanquished all of his enemies and guiding him through his life.
Jesus and the Disciples break bread and share wine together at the Last Supper and Jesus tells the disciples that the one who will betray Him to those that will cause Him to suffer is there at the table with them.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Absalom chases his father David down to kill him and take over the kingdom. But in the chase, Absalom's mount runs off and Absalom is left hanging in an Oak Tree. So David regains control of his kingdom, but mourns for the loss of his son.
Jesus informs the disciples that they should continually pray and not be caught in drunkenness, for the time of the return of the Son of Man could catch them unaware.
In this episode of Finding His Voice King David and his followers must flee from David's own son, Absolom, who has set himself up to overthrow the rule of King David.
Jesus teaches that the people of this world marry, and are given into marriage. But they which shall be accounted worthy to obtain the world, and the resurrection from the dead, neither marry, nor are they given in marriage. Neither can they die any more: for they are equal unto the angels; and are the children of God, being the children of the resurrection.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David's son Amnon felt lust for his own half sister Tamar and forced her to lay with him. Their other brother Absalom discovered this travesty and plotted to have Amnon Killed. He was then banished to Geshur for three years for killing his brother.
Jesus reminds the Pharisees that the stone which the builders rejected became the capstone and it is written that whosoever shall fall upon the stone will be broken, but him who the stone falls upon shall be ground to powder.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David sees Bathsheba bathing herself and is smitten with er. He sends her husband, Uriah, to war that he may be killed so that David may take Bathsheba to be his own wife.
Jesus sends his disciples into the city to find a colt that can carry him into Jerusalem. As he rides into the city, his followers spread their garments on the ground in front of the colt to honor the Lord.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, David wanted to show kindness to the house of Saul, after having defeated him, and he learns that Jonathon, David's old friend, had a son who was lame. David took Jonathon's son in as if he were his own son, and cared for him the rest of his days.
Jesus teaches the parable of the master who was to go and acquire a kingdom and before he left he gave a gold piece to each of his three servants. After receiving the kingdom he returned to ask his servants what they had done with the gold. The first servant said, "I have turned the piece of gold into ten pieces." The master said, "Then you shall be ruler over ten cities." The second servant had grown his gold to five pieces and was made ruler over five cities. The last servant had hidden the coin away and returned it upon the master's return. The master ordered that the one piece of gold be taken from the lazy and slothful servant and be given to him who had ten. "For to everyone who hath, so shall it be given, and for he who hath little, even that which he hath shall be taken away from him."
In this episode of Finding His Voice David brings the Ark of the Covenant back to Israel. He is rebuked by his first wife for leading the way before the Ark and Dancing and Playing Music as he went. David told her, I dance before the Lord and if that is disgraceful, then I shall do that and much more! The Lord was pleased with David and promises to make his seed a house that shall endure forever.
Jesus foretells of His own death and says that the Son of Man will be given over to the Gentiles to be mocked, scourged and spat upon. The disciples did not understand who Jesus was referring to or why He would say such things. But Jesus told them the Gentiles will put Him to death and on the third day He shall rise again.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David is annointed as King over all of Israel and he must rapidly take control of Saul's failing leadership.
Jesus teaches that we must approach the Kingdom of Heaven as a child. "Verily I say unto you, Whosoever shall not receive the Kingdom of God as a little child shall in no wise enter therein."
In this episode of Finding His Voice Saul is hunted down and wounded by the Philistines. Rather then allow an uncircumcised Philistine kill him, Saul chose to fall on his own sword. His sons and armor bearer also died with him that day.
Jesus passes through Galilee and Samaria and there are ten lepers who beg to be cleansed. Jesus tells them to go and show themselves unto the priests and on their way, they are cleansed! One of them falls to he knees in gratitude and returns to Jesus to praise the Lord. When the leper returned to give thanks, Jesus said here is one who has returned to praise God for His works, but where are the other nine? And this one man is a Samaritan. Jesus tells the man to go, his faith has made him whole.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David joins the Philistines in the battle against Saul and Saul is very afraid. So he goes to a woman who is able to call up the dead and she divines the spirit of Samuel for him. Samuel asks Saul why he has disturbed his rest and Saul said, David fights against me and the Lord is not speaking with me. Samuel reminds Saul that he had warned him that the Lord was no longer with him and that David would be King of Israel.
Jesus tells the story of The Rich Man and Lazarus the Beggar. In this story, Lazarus has died and gone to Paradise to live in comfort alongside Abraham. The rich man dies and goes to Hell. When the rich man sees Abraham, he begs Abraham to send Lazarus to his brothers who still live, so they might know the torment that he was in. Abraham said, your brothers have Moses and the prophets to guide them, they don't need Lazarus. The rich man said, my brothers will not pay attention to Moses and the prophets. Abraham told him, of they will not pay heed to Moses and the prophets, then though won't pay attention to Lazarus, even though he is raised from the dead.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Saul takes rest in a cave where David and his men are hiding. David has occasion to slay Saul, but he refuses and instead removes the hem of Saul's skirt. As Saul leaves the cave, David calls out to him and pleads with him that he had opportunity and motive to kill him and yet let him live. Saul cries and says, "David, you are surely more righteous than I. You shall certainly be King of all Israel."
Jesus tells the parable of a a servant who was accused of wasting his masters goods. The servant went out and settled all of the master's debts, for he had no other skills and was too proud to beg. The master was pleased with his servant and forgave him his trespass. For, the Lord said, he that is faithful in the things that are least will also be faithful in that which is much. And if you have not been faithful in that which is another man's who shall entrust to you that which is your own?
In this episode of Finding His Voice Jonathon warns David that he must flee for his life because Saul wants to see him killed. Saul, in his rage at David escaping, slaughters all the priests of the Lord, for one of them having aided David in his escape.
The prodigal son returns and his father is filled with joy. The son's brother becomes jealous because, he says to the father, I have served the all these years and you never offered to slaughter a calf for me, but your son spent his inheritance on harlots and riotous living and him you celebrate. Te father explains to the brother, all that I have is yours. You should be happy because your brother was as one who is dead and he has been returned. He was was lost and now is found.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David slays the Giant, Goliath, and becomes a hero of Saul's army. Saul is afraid of David, for the spirit of the Lord is upon David. But Saul's son, Jonathon, loves David and protects him from Saul's wrath.
When asked what the Kingdom of God is like, Jesus relates it to a shepherd who has had one sheep go astray from his flock of 100. And when he finds his one lost sheep, the shepherd rejoices and puts the sheep on his shoulders and carries him home.
In this episode of Finding His Voice David is anointed to be the next ruler over Israel and he is called to be Saul's Armor Bearer.
A man suffering from Dropsy approaches the Lord on a Sabbath and Jesus asks the Pharisees, "Is it wrong to heal on the Sabbath?" They refused to answer Him, so He healed the man saying, "Which of you, having an Ox or a Sheep that fell into a pit, would not go immediately to rescue the animal, even on the Sabbath? How much more important then is a man?"
In this episode of Finding His Voice Saul is anointed as King over Israel. Samuel warns the tribes to keep God fully in their heart or the tragedies that befell their forefathers would visit them also.
The Pharisees warn Jesus to leave or Herod will have Him put to death. Jesus tells them to say to Herod, "I cast out devils and do cures today and tomorrow, and on the third day I shall be perfected."
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Israelite Nations beg Samuel to find them a king. He warns them of how the king will treat them, but they don't care. Saul is chosen as the first king to lead the Nations.
Jesus tells a parable of how a certain man had a fit tree planted in his vineyard. For three years the tree never bore fruit and the man asked the caretaker to remove the tree. The caretaker asked that the man wait just one more year, and if the tree still bears no fruit, the the man can remove the tree himself.
In this episode of Finding His Voice The Ark of the Covenant is stolen by the Philistines. The hand of the Lord is so heavy upon their lands as they maintain possession of the Ark that they decide to return it with a Trespass Sacrifice as an atonement.
Jesus teaches that the follower must always be prepared for the return of the Son of Man, for unto those that much is given, much will be required.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Samuel is born to Hannah after she had been barren for many years. And he is raised in the house of Eli to become a prophet of the Lord.
Jesus teaches that God watches over us. Even the hairs on are head are known to Him. So if God clothes the lilly, and they never toil, how much more then are we important to Him who loves us?
In this episode of Finding His Voice we read all four chapters in the Book of Ruth and how a woman from Moab became a mother in the direct line of Jesus.
In our reading in Luke, Jesus lays six woes upon Pharisees and Lawyers and the Scribes and Pharisees started to press Him to say more, so that they could find something with which to condemn Him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the entire nation of Benjamites is nearly destroyed in battle by 700 men from Gibeah. Those who survived approached the other tirbes of Israel and said, "What shall we do? All of our women were killed in the battle." The nations of Israel said to them, "When the daughters of Shiloh come out to dance, catch you every man his wife from the daughters of Shiloh." And so the nation of Benjamin was saved from destruction.
A lawyer asks Jesus about the law that he is to love his neighbor, "And who is my neighbor?" he asks. Jesus replies with the story of the Good Samaritan and asked who was the neighborly one in that story? "The one who took mercy on the other." Go then, said Jesus, and do likewise.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, we hear the love story of Samson and Delilah and how the strength of Samson was taken by the charms of a woman.
Jesus send out 70 who are consecrated to heal and cast out devils in His name. When they return, Jesus rejoices in Spirit.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Samson is born unto a barren woman, so that he might overthrow the Philistines. But when he comes of age, he marries a Philistine woman.
Jesus tells His disciples that the Son of Man will be delivered into the hands of men. But the disciples did not understand why Jesus would say this, and they were afraid to ask Him what He meant.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Jephthah sends messengers to the king of Ammon and asks him to give up his lands peaceably. The King refuses. Jephthah prays to the Lord that if He gives the men of Ammon over to his hand, then he will make a burnt offering of the first of his family to meet him upon his return. After slaughtering every man in Ammon, Jephthah returns home and his only daughter meets him at the door. He told her that he gave his word to the Lord that he would give her in sacrifice. She told him to do what he must.
The disciples are given power to heal and cleanse, and they travel to diverse places and do many miracles there. On their return, they see Jesus on a mountain, speaking with Moses and Elias. The disciples declare that Jesus is truly the Christ of Gd and he charged them to tell this to no man.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, Abimelech declares himself king and slays all of his brethren. He rules over Israel 3 years before being struck on the head by a woman. He asks his armor bearer to run him through with a sword so that it could not be said that he was slain by a woman.
Jesus enters the country of the Gadarenes, where He heals a man possessed by a legion of spirits. This causes the people of the Gadarenes to fear Him. So Jesus tells the man to return to his city and tell all there what God has done for him. When Jesus returns to the city, the people gladly accepted Him, knowing that He was there to do good works.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Gideon takes 300 men to overthrow the Midianites and the Amelekites and is victorious.
Jesus shares the Parable of the Sower saying, "He who ears to hear, let him hear."
In this episode of Finding His Voice Deborah and Barak defeat at Kishon Sisera, the Captain of Jabin's Army and the people sang the song of Barak and Deborah.
John the Baptist sends his disciples to Jesus to ask Him if He is the one who should come, or should we seek another? Jesus healed many and cast out devils and raised the dead. He told the disciples of John to return to him and tell him of the things that they had seen.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Joshua reminds the children of Israel of their covenant with the Lord before he passes away at the age of 110.
Jesus teaches the multitudes that those who approach Him and call him Lord, but do not practice the things that He teaches, is like a man who does not built the foundation of his home on rock, and his home is washed away the first time the rivers rise.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Children of Gad build an altar in Mannasseh, and the nations take offense at it and prepare to war with Gad, until the leaders of the children of Gad explain that the altar is not meant as an offense towards God, not to do sacrifice, but as a covenant between Gad and Israel that they shall always be true and keep their hearts unto the Lord.
The Pharisees accuse Jesus and His disciples of breaking the Sabbath. Jesus asks them whether it is better to do good on the Sabbath or to do evil? He explains that the Son of Man is Lord also of the Sabbaths. He then heals a man with a withered hand.
In this eposide of Finding His Voice Joshua proclaims which cities shall be used as a sanctuary for those who have killed, but not out of anger. Joshua is also given his own land out of the tribes in which to build his city in the Mount of Ephraim.
A bedridden man who was sick with palsy had heard of the miracles of Healing that Jesus was conducting. He was unable to get past the multitude, so he had men lower him through the roof of the room in which Jesus was teaching. Jesus told the man, your sins are forgiven, rise up and walk.
In this episode of Finding His Voice some of the tribes receive their inheritance while others complain that their lot is not enough.
Jesus asks Simon to allow Him to use his boat to preach to the masses. After, Jesus asks Simon to let out his net. Simon is amazed at the amount of fish that is caught up in the net, enough to fill two boats! Simon asks Jesus to forgive him of his iniquities and Jesus says fear not. From now you will be fishers of men.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Joseph grants to Caleb the Kenezite the city of Arnak, for he wholly followed the Lord.
Jesus cast out devils and they cry out saying, "Thou art Christ the Son of God." And He, rebuking them, suffered them not to speak: for they knew that he was Christ.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, the days of warring are coming to a close for Joshua as he is growing Old. The Lord describes to him which lands are yet to be delivered unto the Nations of Israel.
Jesus is baptized by John and fasts for 40 days. At the end of the fast, Satan attempts to tempt Jesus, but Jesus tells Satan to leave Him, and through the power of the Holy Ghost, Satan must flee.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Joshua sends troops to fight against the Kingdom of Ai, but one had sinned against the Lord and the troops were destroyed. So Joshua found the man who had sinned and his family and they stoned him to death. Afterwards, they battled again against Ai, and they Ambushed them and slayed every man and woman, and hung their King from a Tree.
The son of Mary, our Lord Jesus, stayed in Jerusalem and preached among the teachers at the age of twelve. Mary didn't know where He had gone and was worried. When she found Him, she said, "Why have you troubled us so?" Jesus told her, "I must be about My Father's work."
In this episode of Finding His Voice the walls of Jericho fall and every person in the town is destroyed save Rahab the Harlot because she protected the messengers of Israel as they were spying on the city.
An angel appears unto all the shepherds in Jerusalem and tells them that Christ is Born. The first Christmas is created as the shepherds praise the child and go out to tell the world of the miraculous things which they have seen.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Joshua takes command of the nations and prepares them to cross over the River of Jordan.
The child John is born unto Elisabeth and her husband Zacharias starts to prophesy with the tongue of the Holy Ghost.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the eulogy of Moses is read, telling of his last days on earth.
Elisabeth is in her sixth month, having conceived John the Baptist and the And Gabriel approaches Mary to tell her that she will bear the Son of God.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses teaches the Children of Israel a song of predictions for the future of the nation after his passing. He then goes up to Mt. Nebo in the land of Moab to prepare to die.
Luke introduces the birth of the Prophet John and his father is stricken mute for not believing the words of the Angel Gabriel when told that his wife would bare him a son.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses warns the Children of Israel that if they don't keep the Lord in their hearts, then all of the blessings that have been laid out before them shall become curses unto them and the generations to follow.
Jesus is laid in the grave and on the third day He is Risen! He shows himself first to Mary Magdalene and then to the rest of the disciples and upbraids them for their unbelief.
In this episode of Finding His Voice 12 curses are pronounced to Israel should they commit sins.
Jesus is scourged and mocked and crucified as the Priests and Scribes jibe at Him saying, He was able to save others but can not save Himself.
In this episode of Finding His Voice if a man wants to not take his brother's wife as his own, if the brother had died childless, then the wife is to take the man before the Judges, loose his shoe and spit in his face saying, this is a man who will not let his brother's name carry on in Israel.
Jesus is taken before the court and found guilty of blasphemy as Peter denies knowing Him three times before morning.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses teaches what should become of a man who claims that his wife was not a virgin, if he is proven wrong by the maiden's parents.
Jesus prays in the Garden of Gethsemane that His burden could be taken from Him, but says that He will carry on and do God's will.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses teaches that two or three witnesses must be called to put a man to death, but if he is found guilty, then he must be taken outside of the gates of the city and be stoned to death so that the evil can not exist amongst the people.
The Passover is prepared and Jesus breaks bread with the disciples at the last supper, telling them that the one whom He sops bread with will betray Him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses instructs the nation of Israel what is, and what is not clean to eat.
Jesus warns the disciples that many will come and say that they are the Christ, but He has warned them and foretold of all these things, that they should not be caught unaware, as a porter who is awaiting the return of his master.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses reminds the Nations to Love their God with all their heart and with all their soul.
Jesus is asked which of the commandments is greatest and He reminds the scribes that to Love God with all our heart and all our soul is the greatest commandment of all.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses recounts the Ten Commandments to the Nations of Israel, reminding them to follow their statutes when they come into the land of their inheritance.
Jesus teaches the parable of the landowner who leases his vineyard to husbandmen. He sends his son to look in on the Husbandmen and they kill him, hoping to obtain the land for themselves.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses prophesies on what shall befall the Israelite Nation as they gather their lands across the Jordan.
Jesus instructs the Disciples that whatsoever you desire when you pray, you shall receive it, if you pray with forgiveness in your heart.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses recounts the hardships that the Nation of Israel had experienced on their 40 years journey through the desert.
Jesus rides into Bethany on the back of a colt and overturns the tables of money changers in the temple, saying you have turned My Father's house into a den of thieves.
In this episode of Finding His Voice we conclude the Book of Numbers as the nation of Israel receives their inheritance.
Jesus teaches the disciples that the one who will be greatest among them must be a minister unto them and he who is last shall be first as he that is first will surely be last.
In this episode of Finding His Voice we recap the journey of the nations before they receive their inheritance in the land of Canaan.
The rich man learns that he must give up his possessions and give to charity before he can take up his cross to follow Jesus.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the nation goes to war with the Midianites and slays every man. When they return Moses tells them that they must kill every boy as well and every woman who has had known a man by lying with him.
Jesus meets with Moses and Elias before casting a spirit out of a young boy. He then prophesies His own death but His disciples refuse to understand Him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses is told to count the remaining men of the families of Israel and, since none of the original tribe that left Egypt remains, they may now go forward to inherit their land.
A blind man is healed and Jesus asks His disciples who they think He is. They reply that He is certainly the Christ.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Balaak, King of the Moabites, asks Balam, a prophet of Israel, to make sacrifices with him to the Lord to ask Him to curse the Nation of Israel. Balam speaks many parables to Balaak and informs him that God is not a man that He should change His mind.
Jesus rebukes the disciples for not understanding His words or the works of wonder that they have witnessed in His presence.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Aaron is told to sacrifice a red heifer without blemish for the iniquities of the Israelite Nation and any who have touched a dead body must cleanse themselves in the ashes of the slaughtered heifer before they can be considered cleansed.
Jesus feeds the multitudes and the disciples are blinded to the miracle of it, for their hearts are hardened.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Israelite Nation is delivered unto the Land of Canaan but they fear the men in the land, so they rise up against Moses. Moses pleads with the Lord to spare the nation, but the ground opens up and swallows those princes who would war against Him.
Jesus grants power to the Disciples and they travel the land, healing the sick. John is beheaded in Herod's prison, for the sake of a damsel who danced before the king.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the camp wails to Moses about having to eat Manna and not having tasted of flesh for so long. The Lord hears their cries and delivers flocks of birds for them to dine on for a month straight.
A man possessed by a thousand unclean spirits, called Legion, is cleansed by Jesus and the spirits depart into a herd of swine and are drowned in the sea.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the tabernacle is consecrated and the princes of the tribes of Israel each bring an offering for a total of twelve days.
Jesus rebukes the raging sea and the disciples marvel in fear wondering, "What sort of man is this that even the wind obeys his commands?"
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses commands the Priests of Aaron on the sacrifice needed for the sin of Jealousy and if a man accuses his wife of being unfaithful.
Jesus teaches the Parable of the Sower and how the word can fall on stony ground to be scorched or choked out by weeds. But when the word lands on good soil it can grow and bear fruit a hundred times its yield.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Levites are given to the service of God in place of the firstborn Children of each household.
The scribes accuse Jesus of casting our devils through the power of Satan. Jesus rebukes them saying, "A house divided against itself can not stand."
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Israelite Army is formed into camps under the princes of the tribes of Israel.
Jesus gathers and ordains His disciples and they are so pressed by the multitudes looking for healing that the apostles are unable to eat.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses instructs the Priests of Aaron and the children of Israel concerning slavery and the laws of one Israelite being in servitude to another.
Jesus heals a leper, drives out demons, and is pressed out of Galilee for the multitudes who seek his council.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Priests of Aaron are counseled on whether they can take a wife.
Jesus is Risen! He meets with Mary and tells her to inform the disciples that they are to meet with him in Galilee.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses and Aaron are given the judgments against incest and warned against doing as the men in the lands that they will travel to do.
Jesus is crucified and the Pharisees put a watch on the tomb to ensure that His body is not taken by His followers.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Aaron is taught the sacrifice of the Scapegoat and is commanded once a year to make an offering for all of Israel.
Jesus is led to Pontius Pilate who cleans his hands of what is about to befall our saviour, and Jesus is led away to be scourged, while Barabbas goes free.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Priests of Aaron are given the Cleansing Rituals for Leprosy and the Plague.
Peter denies Jesus three times and then weeps bitterly as he remembers the Lord's prophesy to him.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses makes the first of the offerings to consecrate the tabernacle and anoint Aaron and his sons.
Jesus is anointed while Judas initiates his plan to betray his Master.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Lord makes a command for how offerings shall be brought to the tabernacle and properly prepared.
Jesus teaches that the Son of Man will come in at an unknown hour and the good servant will keep himself prepared for his master's return.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses returns to Mount Sinai to receive duplicates of the stones of commandments which he had broken in anger, and the tabernacle construction is completed.
Jesus speaks eight woes upon the Pharisees for their hypocrisy, warning His disciples to swear by nothing but the Throne of God and He who sits thereon.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the people of Israel cast a Golden Calf to worship as a god and Moses must intervene in the wrath of the one true God, so that he does not slay them.
Jesus is tempted by the Sadducees and the Pharisees as they try to find fault in His teachings and Jesus astonishes them all, leaving them speechless.
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Aaronic Priesthood is established in the Tabernacle.
Jesus has his authority questioned by the Pharisees and He informs them through parables that they shall have the Kingdom of God stripped from them ad it will be given to a nation which will bring forth fruit.
In today's episode of Finding His Voice Moses is given the command to build the Tabernacle and the Ark of the Covenant.
Jesus enters the temple and drives out the money changers saying, "My house shall be called a House of Prayer; but you have made it a den of thieves!"
In today's reading on Finding His Voice Moses receives the stone tablets from God on Mount Sinai.
Jesus heals the blind and tells the disciples that just as he has come to serve and be a minister, so should they serve when he is gone.
In today's episode of Finding His Voice Moses battles against Amalek at Rephedim.
Jesus teaches that it is easier for a camel to pass through the eye of a needle than for a rich man to enter into the Kingdom of Heaven.
In today's episode of Finding His Voice, Moses parts the Red Sea and the Hebrew Nation successfully depart from Egypt.
Jesus speaks on the importance of marriage and reminds the Pharisees, "What God has brought together, let no man put asunder."
In this episode of Finding His Voice the Lord continues to plague Egypt but Pharaohs heart is still hardened against letting the children of Israel go free.
Jesus teaches us that one who will humble himself as a child before God is considered the greatest of Heaven.
In this episode of Finding His Voice, the Lord commands Moses to approach Pharaoh and entreat him to let His people go, but Pharaoh's heart is hardened, so the Lord visits several plagues upon Egypt.
Jesus is transfigured before His disciples and speaks with Moses and Elias. A voice tells the disciples, "This is My beloved son, in whom I am well pleased."
In this episode of Finding His Voice Moses and Aaron approach Pharaoh and bid him to let the people go.
Jesus charges his disciples to take up their cross and follow Him, for he that saves his life, loses it. But he who loses his life, for Christ's sake will gain eternal life.
In this episode of Finding His Voice Joseph is reunited with his brothers in Egypt.
Jesus completes the teaching of the parables and returns home, but he refrains from doing mighty works there because the people are overly familiar with him and show him no honor.
In today's episode of Finding His Voice Joseph is removed from prison to interpret Pharoah's dream.
Jesus explains to his disciples why He teaches through parables and He shares the parable of the Mustard Seed.
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In today's episode on Finding His Voice, Joseph prospers under his new master's house, until the master's wife wrongfully accused him and has him thrown into prison. Jesus is accused by the pharisees of casting out devils by the power of beelzebub.
In today's reading on Finding His Voice, Dinah the daughter of Leah is defiled by Shechem son of Hamor the Hivite. And, Jesus predicts judgment on unbelieving cities.
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Today on Finding His Voice, Jacob indentures himself to be able to take Rachel as his wife and later wrestles with God to earn the name Israel.
Jesus sends out his disciples to do great deeds amongst the Israelites and warns them against hypocrisy.
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In today's reading on Finding His Voice, Rebekah tells her son Jacob to trick his father into bestowing the blessing of Esau to Jacob, and Jesus Raises a young woman from the dead and heals the blind.
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In today's reading on Finding His Voice, Abraham takes his son Isaac to the mountain as an offering and Jesus teaches about the certainty of answered prayer.
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