How do you determine which Scripture is more important that other Scripture. We had a hard time narrowing them down. Are the Scriptures in red more important that the others because Jesus spoke them during his earthly ministry? That's a faulty question because John 1:1 tells us that Jesus is the very Word of God. And we find in 2 Timothy 3:16 that all Scripture is breathed out by God. How can one verse be important enough to know and the others be on the list of Scriptures not worth knowing. Are the ones that go nicely on a coffee mug more important than others? The truth is, Christians should read and know all the Scriptures.
In addition, Jared and I were often tempted to discuss the verses that might not be as popular but still very important to the Christian life. This is probably not right, but we found this cropping up in the moments just before we hit the record button. (We don't script or plan much and a series like this probably takes more planning than we generally allow ourselves to do for this podcast.)
We eventually ended this series, although we could have continued it for months. In any case, here are the 12 verses we did end up discussing.
Scriptures Every Christian Should Know
-- Introduction and John 3:16 audio
-- Ephesians 2:8-10 audio
-- Deuteronomy 6:5-9 and Isaiah 64:5-6 audio
-- Isaiah 26:3-4, Isaiah 32:8, and Acts 9:26-31 audio
-- Romans 8:28-30 and Jeremiah 29:11 auido
-- 1 John 1:9 and Matthew 5:17-20 audio
-- Philippians 4:13 and Philippians 4:6 audio
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