Psalm 49 – Everyone Dies – Episode 388

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This episode is part 37 in a study of the book of Psalms. The psalmists, the sons of Korah, look at the inevitability of death and also at the fact that no amount of riches can keep us from the grave. In what then do you put your hope?

Psalm 49


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I am the host of the Amateur Traveler. The Amateur Traveler is an online travel show that focuses primarily on travel destinations and what are the best places to travel to. It includes both a weekly audio podcast, a video podcast, and a blog.

8 Responses to “Psalm 49 – Everyone Dies – Episode 388”

ESTHER ANCRUM

Says:

Hi Christiansen it’s Esther I was listen to your latest podcast few days ago and you said if we have any ideas we could tell you what we want you too read next in the bible pod cast show I would like to read something from the Old Testament the book of Haggai

1.One more question are Christians allowed to drink alcohol. Can you also do a topic on that your podcast show.

Chris Christensen

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So Paul certainly tells Timothy to drink some wine to help with his digestion. And that is wine that they are drinking at the Last Supper so Jesus was drinking wine also. We are later encouraged to be filled with the spirit and not to get drunk with wine so some Christian groups and churches have decided that the easiest way not to get drunk is not to start. And there is some truth to that as well.

Alisha Kelley

Says:

I absolutely LOVE your podcasts. I really like Psalms and Proverbs. But it doesn’t matter to me which chapters you teach because you explain the chapters so well. You are really good at what you do 🙂

Chris Christensen

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how very kind of your Alisha 🙂

David

Says:

Hi Chris Christensen 🙂 any chapter is fine for me.
Also, thanks for the podcast. It helps me develop my faith more. I pray that the Lord helps you more in podcasting. Godbless. ^_^

Nikki Roy

Says:

Hi Chris, I agree with David and Alisha – we are blessed by all of your studies! Thanks again for doing this.

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