There is no help for this world like God's help. Through all time, he has found ways to interrupt our lives, intercede and intervene on our behalf. How does he seek us out? How does he change and transform our lives and our eternity? Make no mistake about it, Jesus says himself that the Son of Man has come to seek and to save the lost. And that's good news for all of us.

As we see a common thread of evil, wrongdoing, and trouble in our own lives and in the world, we listen to what the living God has to say and to what he has done to save us. 

A podcast by Living Savior Lutheran Church in Littleton, Colorado. Also available on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.

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Heart Song Series: Stirred Soul | Isaiah 44:6-11

Heart Song Series: Stirred Soul | Isaiah 44:6-11

Read through Isaiah 40-48 some time and see if you can sense a mood. God is stirred, as usual, and zealous for you. He can’t stand to see you hanging out with idols, heart after the wrong helpers, misplaced trust in what ultimately does nothing for you. The Lord is so different and he wants you to know it! May he stir us all to abandon all that is false and cling to the truths we hear him say in the Word.

Isaiah 44:6-11 | 7-19-2020
A Time of Testing 3: With Naaman | 2 Kings 5

A Time of Testing 3: With Naaman | 2 Kings 5

People say the Lord works in mysterious ways. But maybe that’s not how the Lord would say it himself. In this account with Naaman, take a look at how God uses a variety of people in Naaman’s life to demonstrate his power and mercy. Naaman will never be the same – will you? =)

7-23-2020
A Time of Testing 2: The Shunammite | With 2 Kings 4

A Time of Testing 2: The Shunammite | With 2 Kings 4

What to do with a believing woman who demonstrates her God’s love with active faith? God tested it to make her stronger. He gave her a son – “don’t get my hopes up!” – and then her son died young. Listen in and be encouraged to let God be God and do his seeking and saving thing in your own life.

7-9-2020
Resting Place | Romans 7:15-25

Resting Place | Romans 7:15-25

Week Two of our “Heart Song” Worship Series

For a heart to sing, it must be stilled and calmed from all its troubles. With so much unrest and unsettled aspects of our lives, we get tired and weary. The worst offender, though, remains the pain and burden of our own sinfulness. With deep gratitude, we turn to God and find rest in Jesus.

7-5-2020
A Time of Testing: Just What You Needed, Right?

A Time of Testing: Just What You Needed, Right?

Stories of Scripture always speak to the varied circumstances of our lives, especially the hardest ones, if only to demonstrate the way of the Lord through suffering. Let’s put our fear of hard times behind us and grow in the way we talk about the most weak and embarrassing parts of our story. Let yours be a story of confidence in the Lord no matter what.

2 Kings 4:1-7 | 7-2-2020
New Eyes – Matthew 6:24-34 | All Things NEW Series

New Eyes – Matthew 6:24-34 | All Things NEW Series

“Don’t worry!” Your heavenly Father’s steadfast love is constant, and he wants to give you peace based not on an abundance of possessions but on the contentment that comes from living out of his hand. He teaches us to trust him and to be content with our Father’s care.

Matthew 6:24-34 Sermon| 6-14-2020
Worse Than Horrible, But You Must See It – Part Two | With Judges 20-21

Worse Than Horrible, But You Must See It – Part Two | With Judges 20-21

These podcast conversations are a must. Today. Now. God is definitely not aloof to the pain of any horrific tragedy or crime we see in our world. He put many of those stories in Scripture for a reason. Because he knows what evil is and expresses a great lament. Yet he remains the One with heaven’s wisdom and strength to seek and save us from it all.

Judges 20-21 | 6-11-2020
Worse Than Horrible, But You Must See It – Part One | Judges 19-20:7

Worse Than Horrible, But You Must See It – Part One | Judges 19-20:7

These podcast conversations are a must. Today. Now. God is definitely not aloof to the pain of any horrific tragedy or crime we see in our world. He put many of those stories in Scripture for a reason. Because he knows what evil is and expresses a great lament. Yet he remains the One with heaven’s wisdom and strength to seek and save us from it all.

So wrestle with the hard topics and conversations we must see and face today. Get engaged, but all the while let’s consider the path to building something that can stand when all else falls apart.

Judges 19-20:7