Two very notable characters in the bible are the twin sons of Isaac and Rebekah named Jacob and Esau. In this episode of Words of Grace, pastor Winslett shares thoughts about depravity, grace, and salvation from the lives of these two men.
Radio broadcast for January 31, 2021 Continue reading “Observations from Jacob and Esau”
Throughout the last decade and in particular, over the past 12 months, we’ve seen mob violence in America. Did you know there are several examples of mobs in the Bible in both the Old and New Testaments? In each occurrence, a group of emotionally charged people came together in a fog of confusion, ultimately leading to sin. In no case was a mob a place where a believer ought to have been!
Radio broadcast for January 24, 2021. Continue reading “Avoiding the Mob!”
As American believers undergo one of the most trying times in recent history, keeping a strong and steady focus on Christ and our identity in Him is as crucial as ever. In this broadcast, Ben Winslett exhorts us to focus our attention on the Kingdom of God, rather than tossing to and fro with every wind of societal outrage.
Radio broadcast for January 17, 2020 Continue reading “A Time to Rebuild”
The gospel ministry is a good work! God’s children are the sheep of His pasture. In nature, sheep need feeding, protection, leadership, and even medicine if they are sick. As with actual sheep, so is it for God’s elect! Therefore, God calls and gifts men to preach His gospel for the benefit of His people.
Radio broadcast for January 10, 2021 Continue reading “The Important Work of the Gospel Ministry”
As the Apostle Paul began his letter to a dear friend and minister named Titus, he unleashed one statement after another about God’s sovereignty in our salvation. In this broadcast, we share a sermon by Ben Winslett from these heavy-hitting passages, considering election, faith, hope, and God’s faithfulness.
Continue reading “In Hope of Eternal Life”
Continuing our message from last week’s radio broadcast from Isaiah 7 through 9, on the birth of Christ.
The people that walked in darkness have seen a great light: they that dwell in the land of the shadow of death, upon them hath the light shined. – Isaiah 9:2
Continue reading “Light Amidst Darkness, Part 2”
Some of the most beloved prophecies of the Messiah are found in Isaiah chapters 7-9. With the threat of invasion as the backdrop, Isaiah shares a message of hope, of a Saviour who brings a much greater salvation than a national deliverance. Continue reading “Light Amidst Darkness, Part 1”
Continuing our message entitled His Story, we consider various pre-incarnate manifestations of Jesus, demonstrating the fact that though the world changes, despite the person or the battle, God remains the same and works His will in the world.
Radio broadcast for December 13, 2020. Continue reading “His Story, Part 2”
While we’re naturally self-centered individuals, it’s so helpful and encouraging for us to remember human history is HIS-Story, that is to say, Christ’s story. From the Old Testament, we look at several “theophanies,” or preincarnate manifestations of Christ to His people in moments of affliction and judgment, reminding us that though the times and the people change, He remains the same.
Radio broadcast for December 6, 2020 Continue reading “His Story, Part 1”
Concluding our recent study of prayer, we consider some helpful examples of persevering in prayer, fervent prayer, and believing in prayer.
Radio broadcast for November 29, 2020 Continue reading “Examples of Prayer, Part 2”