Podcast #150: “Everywhere I Go” by Tim Timmons

Seeing God Work In John 5

Sometimes we gain a new perspective and it changes everything. This happened for me in a Bible study in college. This happened for Tim Timmons as his daughter prayed a prayer for him and he wrote a song about it. “Everywhere I Go” leads us to Scripture where we learn some important truths that may not only change the way we pray, but the way we live.

May we long to join God in what He is doing more than His blessing of our own feeble plans.

On this episode I discuss:

  • 150 episodes…WHAT?!!!…interested in the story behind this podcast? See Episode 1 or Episode 122
  • Behind the Song of “Everywhere I Go” by  Tim Timmons – YouTube Video
  • The impact “Experiencing God” by Henry Blackaby made on my walk with Christ
  • God is always at work around you – John 5:16-18
  • What God declared about Sabbath – Exodus 35:1-3
  • The Son only does what He sees the Father doing – John 5:19
  • The Father loves us and will show us what He is doing – John 5:20
  • The Father will show us HOW – John 5:20
  • Jesus has been given authority from the Father – John 5:21-23
  • Asking hard questions while reading Scripture, but not getting discouraged and quitting
  • Listen…believe…have eternal life – John 5:24
  • We must believe the Bible – John 5:39-47
  • Praying, “God I know you are with me. Show me where you are at work so I can join You in it.”
  • Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture – our Bible Interaction Tool Exercises this week are:
    • Read in context
    • Ask questions

 

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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch the official video on YouTube below (and its the coolest 360 degree version!)

Additional Resources

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This Week’s Challenge

If you follow my pattern this week you will get inspired by an outside source (like a song, or a book) and it will lead you to Scripture. Once you are led there you will read it in context (in our case this week, the entire chapter of John 5). While you are reading, ask questions and jot them down. Either the Scripture will answer your questions, send you exploring other Scriptures for clarification, or there is enough you DO understand you can set aside your confusion for now and apply the parts that are clear. These are all Bible Interaction Tool Exercises (BITEs) I use on a regular basis to interact with God’s Word. Incorporate them into your weekly study and you will begin to improve your interactions with God’s Word.

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