One negative tendency of many conservative believers is the habit of attempting to pass judgement on a person’s eternal destination based upon brief snippets – snapshots – of their lives. While it’s true that there are examples of outright evil that is easy to perceive, in most cases we are infinitely unqualified and far too ignorant to set ourselves up as judge and jury in the courtroom of men’s souls. Join Benjamin Winslett for this broadcast, in which he considers several Biblical examples which demonstrate this fact.
Radio broadcast for November 28, 2021. Continue reading “The Danger of a Snapshot”
Why do some people love Jesus but others reject Him? Is there certainty in salvation? How are people drawn to Christ? Continuing the message we began last week, we come to the climax of Jesus’ public sermon in John chapter 6, with powerful and clear teaching on each of these crucial matters.
Radio broadcast for November 7, 2021. Continue reading “A Word of Comfort from John Chapter 6, Part 2”
Followers of the Lord Jesus have great strength in Christ. Despite suffering, His strength is made perfect in our weakness. Continue reading “Strength in Weakness”
Don’t we yearn to hear the sweet words from our Saviour, “thy sins be forgiven thee”? In this broadcast our message primarily focuses on the interaction between a woman of the city and the Lord Jesus, a story full of grace and forgiveness.
Radio broadcast for August 15, 2021 Continue reading “Forgiveness in an Eternal Sense, Part 2”
What was Paul’s meaning when he wrote to Titus that the “grace of God which bringeth salvation hath appeared to all men”? Ben Winslett considers this passage in today’s message. Continue reading “What Brings Salvation? | Titus 2:11-15”
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”