Colossians, though not Paul’s longest work by far, is extremely rich in Christology, to say the least. From chapter 1, we learn that Jesus was God incarnate, the creator of all things, the ruler of the universe, and the head of the church. In this edition of Words of Grace, we share a recent message from Flint River on these powerful statements of Christology.
Radio broadcast for October 25, 2021 Continue reading “The Real Christ”
Concluding our series on the life of King David, we consider a passage of scripture which refers to itself as his last words. Though the meaning of that label is debated, its message is not. Despite having a life of ups and downs, triumphs and failures, God had made an everlasting covenant with David and that was all his salvation and all his hope.
Radio broadcast for October 17, 2021. Continue reading “The Last Words of David”
One of the most commonly spoken of but least understood concepts among the Christian world is faith. We’re all familiar with the term. We all hear it and use it often. And to some level, most Christians have some sort of a working knowledge of it. But arguably, biblically speaking, the common understanding of it barely scratches the surface of the true reality of faith. Join us for this week’s program for more.
Radio broadcast for June 20, 2021 Continue reading “The Special, Uniqueness of Faith”
As Jacob lay sick and nearing death, he gave a series of blessings to his offspring. On the surface, one might think that his dying words might merely be his predictions or wishes for them. But on a closer look, one particular blessing contained vivid prophecies of Christ.
Radio broadcast for May 16, 2021 Continue reading “Judah’s Blessing”
As the hymnist John Newton wrote, “One there is above all others, well deserves the name of Friend; his is love beyond a brother’s, costly, free, and knows no end.” There really is no one else like Jesus Christ, and we confess that sentence is a vast understatement! In this message, we consider common reactions to Jesus in His personal ministry, including the interesting reaction Pilate had at hearing Jesus’ true claim to be the Son of God.
Radio broadcast for April 11, 2021
Continue reading “The One Above All Others”
Did Jesus know how much He would suffer before and during the cross? With absolute scriptural certainty, we can say yes! As Jesus rode into Jerusalem the week of His crucifixion, He knew all that He would suffer for the sins of His people. And yet He went, He drank of the bitter cup, He finished the work.
Radio broadcast for April 4, 2021 Continue reading “Face Set as a Flint”
The doctrine of Penal Substitutionary Atonement is crucial to understanding the gospel. The Lord Jesus Christ, on the cross, stood in our place, and was judged as if He lived our sinful lives. Thus, He gave us His righteousness. Continue reading “Our Substitute”