http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/Radicalliving21C.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.1MB) | EmbedThis meditation is based on Titus 2:11-15 where Paul, in his letter to Titus, calls him, and subsequently us to a life which reveals the Grace of God to those in our 21st. century world, where there is such a huge difference between those who are rich and appear to have everything, and those living in abject poverty, starvation and even fear for their own lives.
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/GraceMultiplied.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (4.2MB) | EmbedThis podcast explores the subject of the abundance of Grace God has given us, and the references in the Bible to it’s being multiplied! The grace we receive should enable us to be living examples of God’s Grace to those we meet day by day. When others experience it, God’s light and grace shine ever further into our dark, sad and broken world!
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/SurrendingAllReally.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (4.1MB) | EmbedThere is an old familiar hymn which speaks of us surrendering all but is this hymn something that can be truly lived. Better yet, is it really about us surrendering all? If this hymn were used as a judgement over our lives would we be able to measure up against it’s lyrics? Today we take a look at this hymn and why it may not be
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/AddedGrace.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.7MB) | EmbedThis podcast takes a brief look at the way in which faith and grace are related and the importance of faith in unlocking God’s grace to us. As followers of Jesus, He is at work in our hearts by His Holy Spirit, enabling us to grow in grace and knowledge as we walk with Him.
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/Pat-April3rd.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.1MB) | EmbedToday, we Celebrate Good Friday and the significance of the cross. Take a moment and let your imagination run free, because after all you can. Before the cross occurred, which we celebrate today even our imaginations were bound to do nothing but serve sin. Now, that our imaginations are free we can ponder and see the cross beams run red and if we stop and listen