One of the most proverbial figures in the New Testament is a doubting disciple named Thomas. At learning Jesus had risen indeed, Thomas responds with cynicism and pessimism. Join us for this relevant study of the doubting Thomas.
Radio broadcast for May 22, 2022 Continue reading “The Doubting Thomas”
In today’s broadcast, Pastor Winslett considers a most unusual statement from John chapter 20 regarding the remitting of sin. Can we remit the sins of others in the sense that we take away their sins? Or, is there another meaning to Jesus’ words? Listen for the answer.
Radio broadcast for May 15, 2022. Continue reading “Can We Remit Sin?”
In today’s broadcast, we share a message from our recent Sunday morning series on the events before and after the crucifixion on the risen Jesus Christ’s interaction with two men walking on the road to Emmaus.
Radio broadcast for May 8, 2022. Continue reading “The Road to Emmaus”
Here is a great irony within Christianity. Faith is one of the most used words among believers, most referenced concepts in the scriptures, and one of the least understood subjects! In today’s radio program, Ben Winslett shares an abundance of scriptures to share a fundamental groundwork of this miracle in the heart we call “faith.”
Radio broadcast for May 1, 2022. Continue reading “What is Faith?”
In this broadcast, Ben Winslett presents a stunning but biblical fact: There are but two types of people living in the world today, those regenerated and those yet unregenerate. Join us as we explore the cause of regeneration, the nature of both types of people, and the important implications from such in reality.
Radio broadcast for April 24, 2022 Continue reading “Two Types of People”
The day before His crucifixion, rather than worrying about Himself, Jesus was busy ministering to His disciples. John’s gospel records one encouragement Jesus gave – Let not your heart be troubled. On today’s episode of Words of Grace, we apply that language to life after Jesus’ resurrection. Because He is Risen, our hearts need never be troubled, for Jesus has overcome all.
Radio broadcast for April 17, 2022. Continue reading “Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled”
Jesus’ title as God’s “only begotten Son” is as historic as the New Testament itself, and is common language used in commentaries, sermons, creeds and confessions all through church history. However, in recent years, so-called New Testament Greek experts and bible translators have attempted, in vain, to redefine that as something else. In this broadcast, Ben Winslett considers the phrase from several angles, including the underlying Greek, ancient sources, and related words. Suffice it to say, this faithful title of “the only begotten Son” needs no amending!
Radio broadcast for April 10, 2022. Continue reading “How is Jesus the Only Begotten?”
It’s a sad reality that accusations of abuse and abusers are common occurrence in news reports and social media posts. But how should we handle actual cases of such? Ben Winslett speaks to that issue on today’s Words of Grace radio broadcast.
Radio broadcast for April 3, 2022. Continue reading “Clarity on Matters of Abuse in the Church”
Churches are not to be stagnant, both in terms of vibrancy but also outreach. But to actually find opportunities to share the gospel and to help others requires what scripture calls “an open door.” These doors can’t be fabricated or forced, but are provided by God Himself. On today’s broadcast, we elaborate on this concept.
Radio broadcast for March 27, 2022. Continue reading “Looking for Open Doors”
It is commonly taught that even after sin, there is a remnant of God’s law on the heart of every human. But is this teaching biblical? In this broadcast, Ben Winslett turns to scripture to answer this question. Continue reading “The Law on the Heart”