Weakness and Strength

As Americans, we value strength and shame weakness. We want a strong economy, a strong military, and a strong currency. And it is very common for men and women to frequent the gym to maintain their personal strength. But in 2 Corinthians 12, we find something else being celebrated: weakness. Why? Because as followers of Christ, when we concede our weakness and trust God for strength, the power of Christ rests upon us!

Radio broadcast for May 12, 2024. Continue reading “Weakness and Strength”

Finding Purpose in a Thorn

Afflictions are a sad part of reality in this sin cursed earth. However, there are things we can learn in the midst of trials. For one, we can grow in humility, as afflictions can humble us. But also, we can experience the power of Christ, as His strength is made perfect in weakness!

Join us for this message from 2 Corinthians 12 about God’s strength being made perfect in our weakness.

Radio broadcast for May 5, 2024. Continue reading “Finding Purpose in a Thorn”

A Cheerful Giver

One of the most necessary subjects to address in the Bible is that of giving. Why? First, finances are an inescapable part of the church and Christian living (as well as life on Earth). But also, because it’s a subject in which many depart from the biblical model, both in terms of teaching and giving. Join us for this message on the Cheerful Giver.

Radio broadcast for February 25, 2024. Continue reading “A Cheerful Giver”

Godly Sorrow, Part 1

Over the next two weekends on Words of Grace, we’re sharing with you a message that Pastor Winslett delivered recently as a part of his ongoing pulpit series from 2 Corinthians. In this sermon from 2 Corinthians 7, we have the opportunity to explode the concept of godly sorrow. On today’s broadcast, our focus is verse 8, the temporary sorrow which the Corinthians felt, a sorrow that led them to repentance.

Radio broadcast for February 11, 2024

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This Ministry

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”

Yea and Amen

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!

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Prayer Works!

Folks often mock people who pray for others on social media. It’s become a trendy thing to do, mocking “thoughts and prayers” when a tragedy happens. But Paul actually said the Corinthian believers “also helped together by prayer for us” when he and his fellow laborers were in affliction (2 Cor 1:11). So Christian, prayer does actually help others. Join us for today’s broadcast to learn more!

Radio broadcast for September 3, 2023. Continue reading “Prayer Works!”

Two Types of People

In this broadcast, Ben Winslett presents a stunning but biblical fact: There are but two types of people living in the world today, those regenerated and those yet unregenerate. Join us as we explore the cause of regeneration, the nature of both types of people, and the important implications from such in reality.

Radio broadcast for April 24, 2022 Continue reading “Two Types of People”