In this week’s episode of Words of Grace, Pastor Winslett draws our attention to a fundamental but crucial subject in the word of God, the new birth. Also called quickening, regeneration, and translation, among other terms, this is the doctrine of salvation from death in sin to life in Christ. In today’s broadcast, we consider these various terms as well as the effects of the new birth in a person’s life.
Radio broadcast for December 3, 2023. Continue reading “Thoughts on the New Birth”
We all experience great affliction in this life. In a sin cursed world, troubles of various stripe are unavoidable. In 2 Corinthians 4, Paul reflects on this while making some of the most encouraging and beautiful statements about God’s providential protection of us in the New Testament. Join us for this message from Ben Winslett to learn more.
Radio broadcast for November 26, 2023. Continue reading “Cast Down but Not Destroyed”
Sharing a recent exposition of 2 Corinthians 4 from the pulpit of Flint River, Ben Winslett speaks to several aspects of the ministry. First, the singularity of it. There is but one gospel ministry. Secondly, ministers commend themselves to the consciences of their hearers. Lastly, the condition of the heart affects the reception of the gospel! Join us for this informative message from Paul’s second epistle to the church at Corinth.
Radio broadcast for November 19, 2023. Continue reading “This Ministry”
Continuing our recent them of eschatology (the study of end times), Ben Winslett shares passages describing the final day, the day in which Jesus returns. In the day of the Lord, there will be a bodily resurrection, the kingdom of Heaven is delivered up, the wicked are judged, the world is destroyed, and God’s children live with Him forever more.
Radio broadcast for November 12, 2023 Continue reading “Then Comes The End”
Continuing our theme from last weekend’s program on prophecies of future things, pastor Winslett shares thoughts on a nefarious, evil character who will be destroyed by the Lord at His return: the man of sin.
Radio broadcast for November 5, 2023. Continue reading “Who or What is the Man of Sin?”
Revelation 20 paints an alarming and desperate picture of the time directly before the second coming of Christ. The devil has been loosed. An entity called Gog and Magog are waging war against the camp of the saints and the beloved city. So many are engaged in warfare that their numbers are compared to the sands of the sea. And this fighting is in the four quarters of the earth and across the breadth of the earth. Sound intriguing? While it may sound like a worst case scenario from a cable TV pundit, this is actually Bible prophecy that WILL come to pass. Join Ben Winslett for this study of Revelation chapter 20 to learn more.
Radio broadcast for October 29, 2023. Continue reading “Gog and Magog”
It seems like every day we’re bombarded with news of one tragedy after another. Illnesses. Untimely deaths. Wars and rumors of wars. This world can be a terrible place due to sin. In this message, we consider some truths from scripture regarding the temporary nature of life and how departing to be with Christ is better.
Radio broadcast for October 22, 2023. Continue reading “When Tragedy Strikes”
From a very familiar passage in 2 Corinthians 2, Ben Winslett shares about two types of people their two types of reactions to the gospel message.
Radio broadcast for October 15, 2023. Continue reading “The Savour of Christ”
If you look around the world today, you might think things rather hopeless. Feelings of anxiety and despair have a tendency to sweep over us like a flood. From wars and rumors of wars, to health issues, to financial difficulty, to relational problems, the world is a place of suffering.
In today’s broadcast, Pastor Winslett shares a message of hope in the midst of suffering from one of the most comforting chapters in the bible: Romans chapter 8.
Radio broadcast for October 8, 2023. Continue reading “The Value of Hope”
In today’s episode of Words of Grace, we share a recent message from the pulpit of Flint River. Our passage under consideration is the latter part of 2 Corinthians chapter 1, specifically verses 15-22. On the surface, much of this might be random language or pleasantries, but there’s actually a significant point Paul makes here regarding hindered plans and even the words of scorners, but also the fact that there are some promises that cannot ever be broken!
Radio broadcast for October 2, 2023 Continue reading “Yea and Amen”