Nate and Jason dive into the learning process and tips for studying New Testament this year. Trust the process. Expect difficulties and questions. Take advantage of difficult moments to build a relationship with God.
6 responses on "Responsible For Own Learning"
Always appreciate your insights, humor, and have learned quite a bit from your podcast. Your willingness to step over the edge and tackle the Scriptures with some different interpretation is refreshing.
I view it much like the parables. We are all at different places and in different moments in our lives at any given time. The Scriptures to me can have different meaning at different times to different people.
Much as a well written musical piece can tug at an individuals emotions and the interpretation can be multifaceted.
Merry Christmas and Happy New Years to you and your families. Keep up the good work and know that you have blessed my life with your podcast. I’m spreading the word to others and hope that they become avid followers as well. You are doing the Lord’s work. Bless you
I want you guys to know that I love your podcasts as well. I start the week off with you guys and it really lifts me up and encourages me to keep going. I have recently had a hard diagnosis and I struggle at continuing most of the time. You guys help me understand God better and you are freaking funny to listen to. Don’t feel like what you’re doing is a waste of time cuz it is absolutely not. Keep doing what you’re doing. It is well worth your time! Thank you and God bless!
I want you to know that I love your podcast. I have been listening for the last few months. Today I listened to you talking about the process of learning. How Joseph Smith went about learning. It hit me that maybe I have started doing that. I listen to several podcasts each week that tie into the Come Follow Me lessons. I am getting different takes and it is enriching my understanding. Thank you for helping me to see the process. This year in the Old Testament has helped me to grow spiritually. Thank you.