Concluding our series on “sovereign grace statements” from John’s gospel, we study one of the grandest of them all, when our Lord Jesus proclaimed “It Is Finished” before giving His life on the cross.
Radio broadcast for January 1, 2023.
By the way! As of the first Sunday in 2023, Words of Grace turns 15 years old! Thanks for your continued support of this ministry. Continue reading “It Is Finished”
John chapter 1 contains a statement many believers use to teach a concept known as “decisional regeneration.” Specifically, the phrase that those who received Jesus as the Messiah were given power to become the sons of God. However, in the sentence following this statement, John insists that those who received Him did so because they were born, not of blood, their will, or any other human’s will, but of God. How do we reconcile these two statement? Does the reception of Christ cause the new birth, Or rather, does the new birth enable the reception of Christ? Join us for this message in our series on Sovereign Grace statements from John’s gospel for the answer to this question.
Radio broadcast for December 18, 2022. Continue reading “They That Were Born Of God”
Continuing our series on Sovereign Grace Statements from the Gospel of John, pastor Winslett considers a most interesting statement by our Lord Jesus in John chapter 5, about the ability to believe being the result of passing from death in sin to life in Christ. Simply put, the new birth is a spiritual resurrection which causes us to know God, sparking faith within.
Radio broadcast for December 4, 2022 Continue reading “Passing from Death unto Life”
A strong statement of God’s sovereignty in salvation is made in John chapter 17. The Lord Jesus, while praying to His Father, reveals He has power over all flesh that He may give eternal life to all His Father gave Him. Join us for this sermon on John 17:1-5.
Radio broadcast for November 20, 2022. Continue reading “Power Over All Flesh”
If you ask 10 people on the street, “how is a person saved,” you’re liable to get as many answers. For such a crucial subject, you’d think there would be more consensus. Join Ben Winslett for this radio program on the subject of salvation.
Radio broadcast for October 30, 2022. Continue reading “The Truth About Salvation”
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”