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”
If you’ve been with us in recent weeks on Words of Grace, you’ll recall that we are undertaking a survey of the Articles of Faith as we call it, the standard statement of faith of modern Primitive Baptist churches but also Baptist churches of history in the United States. If you’re ever curious what that P in PB means, the adjective “primitive” was added to designate Baptists who held to the older ways of Baptists, the older doctrines and practices of Baptists, prior to modern times. Because of that sometimes we’re referred to as “old school” Baptists, and even the pejorative “hardshell” is used, to denote unwillingness to change.
Today’s focus has to do with the great doctrine of Election. Admittedly, this concept is one that is considered controversial by a great many Christians at present. People get so angry at this teaching that they sometimes resort to hurling insults at proponents of it. That’s sad, it really is. What’s even more sad is that something so commonly referred to in scripture would be so controversial among those who name the name of Christ! Join us for this study on such a fundamental subject to the gospel: Election.
Radio broadcast for April 30, 2023 Continue reading “We Believe in Election”
Beginning a new radio series on statements of God’s sovereignty in salvation, we consider a passage from John chapter 6 which very clearly and undeniably teaches the doctrines of grace.
Radio broadcast for November 6, 2022. Continue reading “All That The Father Gave”
Beginning a new focus of study on Words of Grace, we consider the role of God the Father in our salvation. Put briefly, God the Father often represents Divine prerogative. That is, when God has ordained something in the Bible, it is the Father that this ordination is attributed to and salvation is no exception. Join us for message 1 in our series on the roles of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit in salvation.
Radio broadcast for August 28, 2022. Continue reading “The Role of God the Father in Salvation”
To believers in Sovereign Grace, John chapter 6 is a beloved passage. From it, we learn truths about Jesus as our source of spiritual sustenance as the Bread of Life, as well as principles concerning God’s sovereignty in salvation. Over the next two broadcasts, we’ll share a recent message from Flint River on this teaching.
Radio broadcast for October 31, 2021 Continue reading “A Word of Comfort from John Chapter 6, Part 1”
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”