In today’s broadcast, we look at some occurrences of mass judgment in the Bible, considering a philosophical question folks sometimes have when reading of such: Are people other than the main culprits in sin sometimes caught up in judgment? And if so, why?
Radio broadcast for June 26, 2022. Continue reading “Cases of Mass Judgment”
In Judges 6, we’re introduced to about the most unlikely candidate to deliver Israel from Midianite conquerors, a fearful and uncertain Gideon. And yet, his faith is spoken of in the Honor Roll of faith in Hebrews 11. From this, every day saints can find much comfort and encouragement! Continue reading “An Unlikely “Hero””
Concepts such as poverty and the poor are often hijacked by political figures and redefined as mere statistics. In reality, poor people are just that – human beings with needs. While scripture does condemn laziness, it also consistently commands those with material resources to help and care for the impoverished.
Join us for this episode of Words of Grace, as Ben Winslett shares abundant scriptural references throughout the entire Bible revealing God’s heart on the matter of caring for the poor.
Radio broadcast for May 2, 2021 Continue reading “Biblical Principles for the Care of the Poor”
The New Testament is emphatic that the Old Covenant law stands forever fulfilled in Christ Jesus. He kept it to a jot and a tittle in our stead. But just because the law is fulfilled doesn’t mean we can’t learn from it. First, there are often underlying practical reasons for many of the laws (touching a corpse, handling of waste, etc.). Moreover, we can find shadows of Christ and His work as we think more deeply about the principles of each law.
In today’s Words of Grace, we consider three random examples of this from the book of Leviticus.
Radio broadcast for April 25, 2021 Continue reading “Practical Applications from the Law”