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Start by exploring the shows from The Living Word on this page or explore other shows using the links on the left. When you find a show you want to subscribe to you have two choices. If you're using iTunes, simply click on the iTunes 1Click button on the upper left of the page to take you to the appropriate subscription page in iTunes and then click on the Subscribe button. If you're using another podcasting client, right-click (Control-click on the Mac with a one-button mouse) on the RSS Podcast button in the upper left and select "Copy Link" from the popup menu. Add a new podcast subscription in your client software and paste the link into the RSS field.
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The two easiest Bible verses to memorize are probably John 11:35 and 1 John 4:16. John 11:35 is simply Jesus wept. He wept with friends who were grieving over the death of his friend Lazarus, just before he restored him to life. It[base ']s a great reminder to us that Jesus took the time to experience and share the trials and tribulations of life on earth with us. 1 John 4:16 is almost as simple: God is love. This one serves as a reminder of the true nature of God. Today's verse, 2 Thessalonians 3:5 from the NJKV, nicely combines the essence of each of these verses into a simple blessing:
May the Lord direct your hearts into the love of God and into the patience of Christ.
This verse is worth memorizing for those times when you or someone you care about could use a little direction.
God bless you!
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