This Blog Will Sunset June 30, 2018

I’ve already announced this, but wanted to get it in a headline for those who did not read my blog post from yesterday (Simplifying) which explains it.

The sunsetting will also include my YouTube channel, which was the last remaining social media channel I was using for ministry.  The rest had been previously sunsetted (as described in Contact).

My exclusive web presence is now this website, which focuses on the digital books that I have written and plan to continue writing.

OT663 – Proverbs 30

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT662 – Proverbs 29

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT661 – Proverbs 28

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT660 – Proverbs 27

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT659 – Proverbs 26

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT658 – Proverbs 25

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT657 – Proverbs 24

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT656 – Proverbs 23

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT655 – Proverbs 22

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.

OT654 – Proverbs 21

Reading the Old Testament with Jesus in Mind: Job through Song of Solomon (podcast)

There is an app that will allow you to automatically download this daily podcast to practically any smartphone.  Just go to your smartphone’s app store and search on “mike gantt.”

Suggestion:  If you are not already familiar with the New Testament, I would not advise you to listen to this podcast at this time.  First, get your grounding in the New Testament.  You can begin with one of these Bible Reading Plans which are focused on Jesus.  You can also listen to my podcast series Reading Through the New Testament a Chapter a Day (SCNT).  The Old Testament needs to be understood in the light of the New Testament; this is what Jesus taught us.  Therefore, we today read and understand the Old Testament through the lens of the New Testament.

Time-sensitive note:  You will only be able to access my podcasts online until June 30, 2018; after that, they will no longer be maintained online.  Therefore, if you want to hear any of them after that date, you will need to download them to one of your own devices before that date.  If you want more explanation, see here.