The Blessing of Being a Believer

In recent broadcasts, we considered the topics of Eternal Security and then the undergirding doctrine of Particular Redemption, both from a beloved verse, John 6:37. In today’s broadcast, we return to John chapter 6, this time with our focus on the great blessings promised to the believer in Christ.

Radio broadcast for March 10, 2019.

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Limited Atonement

Last week on Words of Grace, we shared thoughts on the biblical reality of eternal security. Today, we consider the doctrine which “undergirds” this comforting concept, the doctrine of Limited Atonement. That is, because Jesus Christ came to save a people given to Him by His Father, and because His work for them is efficacious, there is eternal security for all ordained to eternal life.

Radio broadcast for March 3, 2019

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Eternal Security

From Philippians 1:6, Pastor Winslett shares the comforting truth that if God begins a work in a person, He continues that work forever. We all struggle with our own sinfulness. To know that despite our failures, God is never “done” with us, but preserves us by His grace, is most comforting indeed!

Radio broadcast for February 24, 2019

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Christ, From the Psalms

Most every Christian is familiar with the Book of Psalms, the hymn book of Ancient Israel. While they contain many devotional and experiential thoughts, we often fail to realize the doctrinal and especially Christological nature of the Psalms. In this episode of Words of Grace, we conduct a brief survey, merely scratching the surface of such Messianic Psalms.

Radio broadcast for February 17, 2019

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The Ministry of the Holy Spirit

Our previous broadcast featured a message from Pastor Winslett on the personhood of the Holy Spirit. In today’s broadcast, we revisit the biblical teaching about the Holy Spirit, focusing on His ministry to us in our daily lives.

Radio broadcast for February 10, 2019

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The Holy Spirit

The Bible presents the eternal Godhead as a Trinity. That is, God is a Tri-Unity of Father, Son, and Holy Ghost. To paraphrase 1 John 5:7, there are three, the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, and these Three are One. In today’s broadcast, we share a recent message by Pastor Winslett, on the subject of the Holy Spirit, the third Person of the Trinity. His focus, in specific, was the Personhood of the Holy Spirit.

Radio broadcast for February 3, 2019

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Speaking from Article 7 in our Statement of Faith, Pastor Winslett speaks about the Biblical concept of Conversion and how we use the word in our theology.

Radio broadcast for January 27, 2019

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Final Exhortations

Concluding our study of the book of James, we come to James 5:13-20, and the Apostle’s closing remarks to his audience. As the tongue, our speech, is a common theme in his epistle, James exhorts to a godly use of the tongue: praise, confession, and prayer.

Radio broadcast for January 20, 2019

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How is a Disciple to endure persecution or unfair criticism? James’ exhortation and encouragement to those in such a predicament can be summed up in a word: Patience! While many of us think of the concept of patience as having it’s setting in annoyance or inconvenience, it’s Biblical usage is often centered in the context of sufferings. James instructs us to be patient, as we await the return of our Lord Jesus, who even judge our persecutors!

Radio broadcast for January 13, 2019

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Howl Now, Rich Men!

In James chapter 5, the Apostle wrote, “Go to now, ye rich men, weep and howl for your miseries that shall come upon you.” To what specific rich men does James write this terrifying proclamation? What is the backstory behind this language? Join us for this edition of Words of Grace, in which we study through the early portions of James chapter 5.

Radio broadcast January 6, 2019

Happy New Year!

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