10 Commandments

In the Bible, there are several types of laws. One type is ceremonial. When the Old Testament explains the Tabernacle and the Temple, they are explaining the ceremonial law. Then there are social laws. This is when the Bible tells us to not to eat shellfish or not to get tattoos. These are social laws given to a certain people in a certain timeframe. Lastly, and most importantly, it there is a moral law that is given. The 10 commandments fall under the moral law. They are true and were to be followed when they were given 1400 years before Christ, and they are just as true and should be followed now. The Moral law given is written on our hearts so that everyone knows that they should be followed.

This show is kicking off a series on the 10 Commandments. There is more to it than just 10 rules to follow. There are reasons for them and they are given in an order that has great significance.

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Our friend, Stuart, brought us Kean Coffee from California.  When you put coffee through a drip coffee maker it is not the strongest, but, when you can taste the back notes of the coffee, like berries, and spices, then you can tell it is great coffee. This is great coffee.

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Bathroom Etiquette

This show is pretty random. The guys review their weekend. Kemp, Wes, Bob, and our friend John drove down to Alabama to support our Berean Media Network brothers in Proposal 16. The guys met up with the Reformed Outlook in Birmingham to help present this Bill to the governor of Alabama. This Bill, if signed in Alabama would make abortion illegal. The idea is that the state can override the federal law like some states did with marijuana. The federal government never stepped in with those states, why would they do so when Alabama makes abortion illegal? Please go and check out the site at www.proposal16.com.

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On this episode, we drank Kaldi’s Coffee from the great city of St. Louis, MO. Brandon with Two Thieves Podcast sent it to us. It was great coffee, even Bob liked it. Go check them out at Kaldi’s Coffee. Also, go check out the Two Thieves, one of the proud members of the BMN.

We talk all the time about our conversations backstage. For the first time, we are making those conversations available to you. For just a dollar a month, you can hear what goes on, and hear us go off the cuff. Visit us at Patreon.com/laymenscup

Thank you for listening. If you are listening on iTunes please subscribe and leave a review. If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. We also have videos you can view here on our website or on Youtube. We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup.

It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you.

Please pray for us, as we are praying for you.

Kemp, Shaun, Wes and Bob


Interview with Dr. Bruce Ashford

In this episode, we had the privilege of interviewing a friend of the show, Dr. Bruce Ashford. He is provost of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary and a columnist at Foxnews.com. We had Dr. Ashford on before the primaries to discuss the election. On today’s show, we discussed how we are to engage the world with the Gospel. You can read his articles at BruceAshford.net.

For the first time in history, we are in a post-Christian society. What this means is that the church has lost it’s voice in society. Where the church used to be the voice of reason, and morality, now the church is thought of as out of date and a source of bigotry. Does the church deserve this designation, and if so, how do we share the Gospel in this situation?

This episode was brought to you by Dangerous But Good. It is an awesome ministry that is all about Faith, Family, and Freedom.  Please click on the link and check them out.

We are still sipping on the Branson bean sent to us by our dear friend Stacy. If there is a coffee you would like us to try, please email us and let us know.

We talk all the time about our conversations backstage. For the first time, we are making those conversations available to you. For just a dollar a month you can hear what goes on, and hear us go off the cuff. Visit us at Patreon.com/laymenscup

Thank you for listening. If you are listening on iTunes please subscribe and leave a review. If you have comments or questions for us, you can email us at laymenscup@gmail.com. We also have videos you can view here on our website or on Youtube. We are on Facebook at www.facebook.com/laymenscup. You can also follow us on Instagram and Twitter @laymenscup.

It is always our hope to get the Gospel out to as many people as possible and you can help us by sharing the show. Word of mouth is the greatest way we will get the show out to the masses. Thank you.

Please pray for us, as we are praying for you.

Kemp, Shaun, Wes and Bob