Podcast #92: “No Man Is An Island” by Tenth Avenue North

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I’m Michelle Nezat and I hope to inspire you to discover and meditate on God’s Word through the songs you’re listening to on the radio.

Community. It’s a place where we have common interests and goals with other people. Once we are joined with other believers in Christ, we share the same Spirit and heritage. These truths are the foundation of the Scripture we will explore this week and are also found in the song, “No Man Is An Island,” by Tenth Avenue North.


This week we learn that we are not an island unto ourselves, we are part of something amazing…the body of Christ.

On this episode I discuss:

  • The poem by John Donne that the phrase “no man is an island” comes from
  • One Body with Many Parts – 1 Corinthians 12:12-26
  • The number and variety of the members of the body of Christ
  • The various duties represented in the body of Christ
  • The intimate connection the body shares
  • The common importance of the members of the body of Christ


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If you have never heard this song before, you can watch the official music video on YouTube below.

Additional Resources

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This Week’s Challenge

Read 1 Corinthians 12 and Romans 12 for yourself. Stay right there in the areas that talk about the body, or venture out into the gifts, roles and behaviors discussed in both letters from Paul.

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