David Guzik - Enduring Word https://enduringword.com David Guzik is an internationally noted Bible commentator and teacher. This podcast gives a weekly selection from the mp3 audio available at www.enduringword.com. Look for the podcast in the iTunes Store Tue, 12 Dec 2017 01:46:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9.1 https://enduringword.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/04/logo-only-larger-36x36.jpg David Guzik - Enduring Word https://enduringword.com 32 32 Weekly Bible teaching by Bible commentator, author, and teacher David Guzik from www.enduringword.com. David is the pastor of Calvary Chapel Santa Barbara, and his Bible commentary resources are used by pastors, teachers, and Bible students all over the world. David Guzik David Guzik enduringwordbooks@gmail.com enduringwordbooks@gmail.com (David Guzik) ℗ & © 2015 Enduring Word Teaching through the Bible by David Guzik David Guzik - Enduring Word https://enduringword.com/podcast-logo.jpg https://enduringword.com Enduring Word Radio Webcast – September 4-8 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-36/ Sun, 03 Sep 2017 14:30:08 +0000 https://enduringword.com/?p=26896 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-36/#respond https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-36/feed/ 0 <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-36/">Enduring Word Radio Webcast – September 4-8</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p>

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Themes this Week

Judas the Betrayer

The Guilt of Pontius Pilate

September 4 through 8

Monday, September 4
Luke 22:28-46 – The Witness of Gethsemane, Part 2

Tuesday, September 5
Luke 22:47-71 – The Witness of the Betrayer, Part 1

Wednesday, September 6
Luke 22:47-71 – The Witness of the Betrayer, Part 2

Thursday, September 7
Luke 23:1-31 – The Witness of Pontius Pilate, Part 1

Friday, September 8
Luke 23:1-31 – The Witness of Pontius Pilate, Part 2

The Gospel of Luke presents Jesus in one of the most straightforward and engaging ways in all of literature. Jesus is presented as the second Adam, the perfect Man who prays and trusts in God, fulfilling His divine commission as the Son of God and the Son of Man. The Gospel of Luke contains the most parables of all the gospel accounts, and also shows Jesus at prayer more often than the other gospel accounts do.

By every indication, Luke was a Gentile. Colossians 4:10-11 and 4:14 show that he wasn’t Jewish, because he was not included in the group who are of the circumcision. This makes Luke unique in that he is the only New Testament writer who was a Gentile.

God gave this lone Gentile writer a great privilege. Because he also wrote the book of Acts (which makes up the second volume of this Gospel), Luke wrote more of the New Testament than any other human writer did (assuming that Paul did not author the letter to the Hebrews).

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Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 28-September 1 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-35/ Mon, 28 Aug 2017 04:24:36 +0000 https://enduringword.com/?p=26770 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-35/#respond https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-35/feed/ 0 <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-35/">Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 28-September 1</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p>

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Enduring Word Radio can be heard on many stations all across the United States – click here for a current list. If you missed a program or want to listen again, here are the programs from a recent week. To support the work of Enduring Word Radio, click here.

Themes this Week

The Last Supper

The Garden of Gethsemane

August 28 through September 1

Monday, August 28
Luke 21:5-28 – The Witness of the Return of Jesus, Part 1

Tuesday, August 29
Luke 21:5-28 – The Witness of the Return of Jesus, Part 2

Wednesday, August 30
Luke 22:1-28 – The Witness of the Last Supper, Part 1

Thursday, August 31
Luke 22:1-28 – The Witness of the Last Supper, Part 2

Friday, September 1
Luke 22:28-46 – The Witness of Gethsemane, Part 1

The Gospel of Luke presents Jesus in one of the most straightforward and engaging ways in all of literature. Jesus is presented as the second Adam, the perfect Man who prays and trusts in God, fulfilling His divine commission as the Son of God and the Son of Man. The Gospel of Luke contains the most parables of all the gospel accounts, and also shows Jesus at prayer more often than the other gospel accounts do.

By every indication, Luke was a Gentile. Colossians 4:10-11 and 4:14 show that he wasn’t Jewish, because he was not included in the group who are of the circumcision. This makes Luke unique in that he is the only New Testament writer who was a Gentile.

God gave this lone Gentile writer a great privilege. Because he also wrote the book of Acts (which makes up the second volume of this Gospel), Luke wrote more of the New Testament than any other human writer did (assuming that Paul did not author the letter to the Hebrews).

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Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 21-25 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-34/ Sun, 20 Aug 2017 16:57:31 +0000 https://enduringword.com/?p=26658 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-34/#respond https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-34/feed/ 0 <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-34/">Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 21-25</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p>

Enduring Word Radio Webcast

Enduring Word Radio can be heard on many stations all across the United States – click here for a current list. If you missed a program or want to listen again, here are the programs from a recent week. To support the work of Enduring Word Radio, click here.

Themes this Week

Wisdom in Answering

The Widow’s Generosity

August 21 through 25

Monday, August 21
Luke 19:28-48 – The Witness of the Crowd, Part 2

Tuesday, August 22
Luke 20:1-26 – The Witness of Wisdom, Part 1

Wednesday, August 23
Luke 20:1-26 – The Witness of Wisdom, Part 2

Thursday, August 24
Luke 20:27-21:4 – The Witness of the Widow, Part 1

Friday, August 25
Luke 20:27-21:4 – The Witness of the Widow, Part 2

The Gospel of Luke presents Jesus in one of the most straightforward and engaging ways in all of literature. Jesus is presented as the second Adam, the perfect Man who prays and trusts in God, fulfilling His divine commission as the Son of God and the Son of Man. The Gospel of Luke contains the most parables of all the gospel accounts, and also shows Jesus at prayer more often than the other gospel accounts do.

By every indication, Luke was a Gentile. Colossians 4:10-11 and 4:14 show that he wasn’t Jewish, because he was not included in the group who are of the circumcision. This makes Luke unique in that he is the only New Testament writer who was a Gentile.

God gave this lone Gentile writer a great privilege. Because he also wrote the book of Acts (which makes up the second volume of this Gospel), Luke wrote more of the New Testament than any other human writer did (assuming that Paul did not author the letter to the Hebrews).

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Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 14-18 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-33/ Mon, 14 Aug 2017 04:35:39 +0000 https://enduringword.com/?p=26559 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-33/#respond https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-33/feed/ 0 <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-33/">Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 14-18</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p>

Enduring Word Radio Webcast

Enduring Word Radio can be heard on many stations all across the United States – click here for a current list. If you missed a program or want to listen again, here are the programs from a recent week. To support the work of Enduring Word Radio, click here.

Themes this Week

Blind Bartimaeus

Zacchaeus

August 14 through 18

Monday, August 14
Luke 18:18-43 – The Witness of Blind Bartimaeus, Part 1

Tuesday, August 15
Luke 18:18-43 – The Witness of Blind Bartimaeus, Part 2

Wednesday, August 16
Luke 19:1-27 – The Witness of Zacchaeus, Part 1

Thursday, August 17
Luke 19:1-27 – The Witness of Zacchaeus, Part 2

Friday, August 18
Luke 19:28-48 – The Witness of the Crowd, Part 1

The Gospel of Luke presents Jesus in one of the most straightforward and engaging ways in all of literature. Jesus is presented as the second Adam, the perfect Man who prays and trusts in God, fulfilling His divine commission as the Son of God and the Son of Man. The Gospel of Luke contains the most parables of all the gospel accounts, and also shows Jesus at prayer more often than the other gospel accounts do.

By every indication, Luke was a Gentile. Colossians 4:10-11 and 4:14 show that he wasn’t Jewish, because he was not included in the group who are of the circumcision. This makes Luke unique in that he is the only New Testament writer who was a Gentile.

God gave this lone Gentile writer a great privilege. Because he also wrote the book of Acts (which makes up the second volume of this Gospel), Luke wrote more of the New Testament than any other human writer did (assuming that Paul did not author the letter to the Hebrews).

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Ecclesiastes 10-12 – Folly and Wisdom https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-10-12-folly-and-wisdom/ Sun, 13 Aug 2017 18:00:00 +0000 https://media.enduringword.com/audio/Ecclesiastes10_12.mp3 https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-10-12-folly-and-wisdom/#respond https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-10-12-folly-and-wisdom/feed/ 0 <p>The final chapters of Ecclesiastes bring completion to the larger themes of the book.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-10-12-folly-and-wisdom/">Ecclesiastes 10-12 – Folly and Wisdom</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p> The final chapters of Ecclesiastes bring completion to the larger themes of the book.

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Verse-by-Verse Through Ecclesiastes The final chapters of Ecclesiastes bring completion to the larger themes of the book. David Guzik
Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 7-11 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-32/ Mon, 07 Aug 2017 05:23:51 +0000 https://enduringword.com/?p=26516 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-32/#respond https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-32/feed/ 0 <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-32/">Enduring Word Radio Webcast – August 7-11</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p>

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Enduring Word Radio can be heard on many stations all across the United States – click here for a current list. If you missed a program or want to listen again, here are the programs from a recent week. To support the work of Enduring Word Radio, click here.

Themes this Week

Lot’s Wife

Being Humble Before God

August 7 through 11

Monday, August 7
Luke 17:1-19 – The Witness of the Thankful One, Part 2

Tuesday, August 8
Luke 17:20-37 – The Witness of Lot’s Wife, Part 1

Wednesday, August 9
Luke 17:20-37 – The Witness of Lot’s Wife, Part 2

Thursday, August 10
Luke 18:1-17 – The Witness of the Humble Sinner, Part 1

Friday, August 11
Luke 18:1-17 – The Witness of the Humble Sinner, Part 2

The Gospel of Luke presents Jesus in one of the most straightforward and engaging ways in all of literature. Jesus is presented as the second Adam, the perfect Man who prays and trusts in God, fulfilling His divine commission as the Son of God and the Son of Man. The Gospel of Luke contains the most parables of all the gospel accounts, and also shows Jesus at prayer more often than the other gospel accounts do.

By every indication, Luke was a Gentile. Colossians 4:10-11 and 4:14 show that he wasn’t Jewish, because he was not included in the group who are of the circumcision. This makes Luke unique in that he is the only New Testament writer who was a Gentile.

God gave this lone Gentile writer a great privilege. Because he also wrote the book of Acts (which makes up the second volume of this Gospel), Luke wrote more of the New Testament than any other human writer did (assuming that Paul did not author the letter to the Hebrews).

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Ecclesiastes 7-9 – The Unfulfilled Life https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-7-9-the-unfulfilled-life/ Sun, 06 Aug 2017 18:00:00 +0000 https://media.enduringword.com/audio/Ecclesiastes07_09.mp3 https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-7-9-the-unfulfilled-life/#respond https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-7-9-the-unfulfilled-life/feed/ 0 <p>Solomon writes about what makes life seem empty and unfulfilling.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-7-9-the-unfulfilled-life/">Ecclesiastes 7-9 – The Unfulfilled Life</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p> Solomon writes about what makes life seem empty and unfulfilling.

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Verse-by-Verse Through Ecclesiastes Solomon writes about what makes life seem empty and unfulfilling. David Guzik
Enduring Word Radio Webcast – July 31-August 4 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-31/ Mon, 31 Jul 2017 04:19:44 +0000 https://enduringword.com/?p=26446 https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-31/#respond https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-31/feed/ 0 <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/radio-2017-week-31/">Enduring Word Radio Webcast – July 31-August 4</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p>

Enduring Word Radio Webcast

Enduring Word Radio can be heard on many stations all across the United States – click here for a current list. If you missed a program or want to listen again, here are the programs from a recent week. To support the work of Enduring Word Radio, click here.

Themes this Week

Our Faithfulness as Stewards

The Warning of the Man in Hades

July 31 through August 4

Monday, July 31
Luke 16:1-18 – The Witness of the Steward, Part 1

Tuesday, August 1
Luke 16:1-18 – The Witness of the Steward, Part 2

Wednesday, August 2
Luke 16:19-31 – The Witness of Hades, Part 1

Thursday, August 3
Luke 16:19-31 – The Witness of Hades, Part 2

Friday, August 4
Luke 17:1-19 – The Witness of the Thankful One, Part 1

The Gospel of Luke presents Jesus in one of the most straightforward and engaging ways in all of literature. Jesus is presented as the second Adam, the perfect Man who prays and trusts in God, fulfilling His divine commission as the Son of God and the Son of Man. The Gospel of Luke contains the most parables of all the gospel accounts, and also shows Jesus at prayer more often than the other gospel accounts do.

By every indication, Luke was a Gentile. Colossians 4:10-11 and 4:14 show that he wasn’t Jewish, because he was not included in the group who are of the circumcision. This makes Luke unique in that he is the only New Testament writer who was a Gentile.

God gave this lone Gentile writer a great privilege. Because he also wrote the book of Acts (which makes up the second volume of this Gospel), Luke wrote more of the New Testament than any other human writer did (assuming that Paul did not author the letter to the Hebrews).

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Ecclesiastes 4-6 – Unsatisfying Wealth https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-4-6-unsatisfying-wealth/ Sun, 30 Jul 2017 18:00:00 +0000 https://media.enduringword.com/audio/Ecclesiastes04_06.mp3 https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-4-6-unsatisfying-wealth/#respond https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-4-6-unsatisfying-wealth/feed/ 0 <p>Good can come from wealth, but what is the ultimate value of our earthly riches?</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-4-6-unsatisfying-wealth/">Ecclesiastes 4-6 – Unsatisfying Wealth</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p> Good can come from wealth, but what is the ultimate value of our earthly riches?

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Verse-by-Verse Through Ecclesiastes Good can come from wealth, but what is the ultimate value of our earthly riches? David Guzik
Ecclesiastes 2-3 – Time, Eternity, and Despair https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-2-3-time-eternity-and-despair/ Sun, 23 Jul 2017 18:00:00 +0000 https://media.enduringword.com/audio/Ecclesiastes02_03.mp3 https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-2-3-time-eternity-and-despair/#respond https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-2-3-time-eternity-and-despair/feed/ 0 <p>Solomon considers the problems of life and meaning from a perspective without eternity in view.</p> <p>The post <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com/ecclesiastes-2-3-time-eternity-and-despair/">Ecclesiastes 2-3 – Time, Eternity, and Despair</a> appeared first on <a rel="nofollow" href="https://enduringword.com">Enduring Word</a>.</p> Solomon considers the problems of life and meaning from a perspective without eternity in view.

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Verse-by-Verse Through Ecclesiastes Solomon considers the problems of life and meaning from a perspective without eternity in view. David Guzik