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#443: "Hymn of Heaven" by Phil Wickham

More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music

There's a phrase in the lyrics of Phil Wickham's song "Hymn Of Heaven" that comes directly from Revelation -- "death will be no more." There are many things we don't know about the new heavens and the new earth, but we know death will be eliminated. What a profound thought. What else might Scripture tell us about the new heaven and the new earth? Let's explore Revelation and Isaiah together! In this week's episode, I discuss the following: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include: Consult an overview Compare and contrast Repetition Meditate on Scripture The challenge to read Revelation for yourself Why Immerse: Messiah rearranged the books of the New Testament - InstituteForBibleReading.org Article Studying part of Revelation in light of the whole by consulting an overview of the book - The Bible Project Overview Videos Deciding on a chunk of Scripture to study and reading it repetitively by capturing small windows of time in your week Reading about the new heaven and the new earth in Revelation 21-22 and Isaiah 65:17-25 Death will be "no more" and "shall not be remembered or come into mind" - Isaiah 65:1, 19; Revelation 21:4 God's poignant examples of the distress death brings - Isaiah 65:20 The new heaven and new earth are the "heritage" of those in Christ - Revelation 21:7 Comparisons between Revelation 21-22 and Isaiah 65 Joy God's people Curse eliminated No more hurt and destruction The contrast between Revelation 21-22 and Isaiah 65 Isaiah details other things that cause distress Revelation paints a vivid picture of what it will look like Through my study of Scripture lately I've been drawn to fostering an eternal perspective. I want to meditate on the hope and the future God has promised in His Word. More Than a Song Playlist Additional Resources Lyrics - NewReleaseToday.com "Hymn Of Heaven" by Phil Wickham Song Story - YouTubeVideo "How to Live Your Life with Heaven in Mind" - Lifeway Article by Ed Stetzer "5 Curious Questions About Heaven" - Lifeway Article by Randy Alcorn "Revelation 21-22: A New Heaven & A New Earth -- An Epic Finale to an Epic Story - Bible Project Blog Post "9 Facts About Heaven that Will Surprise You" - Lifeway Article by Randy Alcorn Weekly Challenge Read and re-read Isaiah 65 and Revelation 21-22. Consider watching or reading an overview of the book of Revelation so that your focused study is understood properly in light of the whole. After soaking in Scripture over the course of several days, pull out a notebook and make note of comparisons and contrasts between Isaiah 65 and Revelation 21-22. Make time to be still before the Father and ask Him

23mins

24 Oct 2022

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Phil Wickham

Dream Big Podcast with Bob Goff and Friends

PHIL WICKHAM is a Dove award-winning worship artist, whose songs have been sung in churches around the world. From his gold-certified singles "This is Amazing Grace" and "Living Hope," to his latest record, 2021's Hymn of Heaven, Wickham's music has received hundreds of millions of streams across his catalog and platforms. Wickham's Discography includes eight full-length projects, multiple Christmas releases, and a series of popular Singalong records. Inspired by his song, "Battle Belongs," Wickham’s first book, On Our Knees: 40 Days to Living Boldly in Prayer, invites you to rediscover the joy, power, and intimacy of prayer. Exploring biblical stories from Genesis to Revelation, On Our Knees Is a devotional that encourages readers to understand the importance of prayer; drawing on lessons from the heroes of our faith, including Moses, King David, and many more. To learn more about Phil and purchase his new book, please visit www.philwickham.com.

22mins

19 Oct 2022

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Venture Capital Legacy: Phil Wickham, Sozo Ventures Managing Director on Building an Enduring VC Culture

Kauffman Fellows Podcast

Continuing his series on building an enduring investment firm, Mistral Venture Partners Founding Partner, Code Cubitt, sat down with Sozo Ventures Managing Director, Phil Wickham, to discuss what makes a winning VC culture. Phil Wickham is the Managing Director at Sozo Ventures, which invests in category leaders in advanced data technologies, eCommerce, enterprise cloud, fintech, IoT, and healthcare IT, among other emerging sectors. In addition to Sozo, Mr. Wickham serves as the Executive Chairman of the Kauffman Fellows.

33mins

8 Jun 2022

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173: Phil Wickham

What Else? with Corey Mann

More than likely, you are singing a Phil Wickham song in church these days. His song “This is Amazing Grace” clocks in at 93 million streams alone. Chatting to me from his attic in San Diego, we get caught up on summer plans, guilty pleasures, and what’s next musically (maybe by the end of the year.)Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy

30mins

30 May 2022

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Great Things - Phil Wickham - S04.E18

The Worship Review

Well, Wickham did not promise 10,000 Great Things, so he's ahead of the eight ball. But should a song claim "You free every captive and break every chain"? Colin and Tyler discuss the pros and cons of Phil Wickham's "Great Things".--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/worship-review/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/worship-review/support

37mins

14 Feb 2022

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The JAYAR Show Podcast Episode 49: Phil Wickham

The Jayar Show Podcast

On this week's episode, Jayar sat down with one of the station's favorite artists, Phil Wickham! FOLLOW:The JAYAR ShowPhil WickhamSONGS:Hymn of HeavenIt's Always Been YouHouse of the LordBattle BelongsGreat ThingsHymn of Heaven (FULL Album)       View this post on Instagram A post shared by The Jayar Show (@thejayarshow)

21 Jan 2022

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#410: "House Of The Lord" by Phil Wickham

More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music

What does Scripture say about the house of the Lord? That's what I set out to discover with Phil Wickham's new song, "House Of The Lord," playing in the background. The answer weaves through the Old and New Testaments. We only scratch the surface, but let's see how much we can explore. In this episode, I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include: Read in context Explore a topic Make observations Slow down Share with a friend Follow the cross-references The 30 Day Music Challenge Phil Wickham's thoughts in the story behind the song - YouTube Video David's own joy at the thought of going to the house of the Lord - Psalm 122:1 Expressing curiosity at the thought that David implies going to the temple, but it wasn't built in his lifetime The story of David's desire to build a house for the Lord and God's response - 2 Samuel 7:1-7 A wonderful resource to explore the tabernacle and what all the pieces represent - "Made According to Pattern" by CW Slemming {Amazon Paid Link} Learning about the first dwelling place of God among His people...a tent - Exodus 25 The presence of God filling the tent of meeting and some observations - Exodus 35:34-38 God declaring that David's son would build him a temple - 2 Samuel 7:11-16 Solomon beginning the building process in 2 Chronicles 3 The angel declaring Jesus as the fulfillment of the Davidic covenant - Luke 1:31-33 The temple as a house of prayer for all peoples - Isaiah 56:7 Comparing Jesus and His new covenant to the copy and shadow of the old covenant - Hebrews 8:1-6 Understanding that individually as believers in Christ we are the temple of the Holy Spirit - 1 Corinthians 6:19, 1 Corinthians 3:16-17 Learning that collectively, as believers, we are the dwelling place of God as well - 1 Peter 2:4-5, Ephesians 2:19-22 Additional Resources Lyrics and chords - Essential Worship Behind The Song With Kevin Davis - New Release Today Article "Why didn't God allow David to build the temple?" - GotQuestions.org Article This Week's Challenge You have a lot of reading and observing to do this week! Head over to Exodus to read all about the tabernacle -- its design and purpose. Then read God's response to David's desire to build Him a "house" in 2 Samuel 7. You can read all about the building process of the temple beginning in 2 Chronicles 3. Explore the fulfillment of God's covenant in Christ in Hebrews 8. Finally, meditate on the truth sprinkled throughout the New Testament that we are the temple of the Holy Spirit -- both individually and collectively. We are the house of the Lord, and there's joy in the house of the Lord.

22mins

10 Jan 2022

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Ep 57: A Conversation with Phil Wickham

Hey It's The Luskos VIDEO

Sit down with Phil Wickham, award winning singer and songwriter for a conversation with Levi and Jennie Lusko on hobbies, family days, work ethic, and the call of God to worship leading...and the craziest pet story of 2020. Connect with Levi: levilusko.com @levilusko on social media Connect with Jennie: jennielusko.com or @jennielusko on social media Connect with Fresh Life Church: freshlife.church or @freshlife on social media Connect with Phil: philwickham.com or @philwickham on social media Super73 Bikes Singalong Tour Tickets and PhilWickham.com Nike Pegasus 38

1hr 16mins

9 Sep 2021

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Ep 57: A Conversation with Phil Wickham

Hey It's The Luskos

Sit down with Phil Wickham, award winning singer and songwriter for a conversation with Levi and Jennie Lusko on hobbies, family days, work ethic, and the call of God to worship leading...and the craziest pet story of 2020. Connect with Levi: levilusko.com @levilusko on social media Connect with Jennie: jennielusko.com or @jennielusko on social media Connect with Fresh Life Church: freshlife.church or @freshlife on social media Connect with Phil: philwickham.com or @philwickham on social media Super73 Bikes Singalong Tour Tickets and PhilWickham.com Nike Pegasus 38

1hr 7mins

9 Sep 2021

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#386: "House Of The Lord" by Phil Wickham

More Than a Song - Discovering the Truth of Scripture Hidden in Today's Popular Christian Music

What does Scripture say about the house of the Lord? That's what I set out to discover with Phil Wickham's new song, "House of the Lord," playing in the background. The answer weaves through the Old and New Testaments. We only scratch the surface, but let's see how much we can explore. In this episode, I discuss: Taking a B.I.T.E. out of Scripture - this week's Bible Interaction Tool Exercises include: Read in context Explore a topic Make observations Slow down Share with a friend Follow the cross-references The 30 Day Music Challenge Phil Wickham's thoughts in the story behind the song - YouTube Video David's own joy at the thought of going to the house of the Lord - Psalm 122:1 Expressing curiosity at the thought that David implies going to the temple, but it wasn't built in his lifetime The story of David's desire to build a house for the Lord and God's response - 2 Samuel 7:1-7 A wonderful resource to explore the tabernacle and what all the pieces represent - "Made According to Pattern" by CW Slemming Learning about the first dwelling place of God among His people...a tent - Exodus 25 The presence of God filling the tent of meeting and some observations - Exodus 35:34-38 God declaring that David's son would build him a temple - 2 Samuel 7:11-16 Solomon beginning the building process in 2 Chronicles 3 The angel declaring Jesus as the fulfillment of the Davidic covenant - Luke 1:31-33 The temple as a house of prayer for all peoples - Isaiah 56:7 Comparing Jesus and His new covenant to the copy and shadow of the old covenant - Hebrews 8:1-6 Understanding that individually as believers in Christ we are the temple of the Holy Spirit - 1 Corinthians 6:19, 1 Corinthians 3:16-17 Learning that collectively, as believers, we are the dwelling place of God as well - 1 Peter 2:4-5, Ephesians 2:19-22 Additional Resources Lyrics and chords - Essential Worship Behind The Song With Kevin Davis - New Release Today Article "Why didn’t God allow David to build the temple?" - GotQuestions.org Article This Week's Challenge You have a lot of reading and observing to do this week! Head over to Exodus to read all about the tabernacle -- its design and purpose. Then read God's response to David's desire to build Him a "house" in 2 Samuel 7. You can read all about the building process of the temple beginning in 2 Chronicles 3. Explore the fulfillment of God's covenant in Christ in Hebrews 8. Finally, meditate on the truth sprinkled throughout the New Testament that we are the temple of the Holy Spirit -- both individually and collectively. We are the house of the Lord, and there's joy in the house of the Lord.

21mins

26 Jul 2021

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