http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/WhatHappenedBeforeTheBeginning.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.0MB) | EmbedThe first words of the Bible are, “In the Beginning.” However, have you ever wondered what happened before the beginning? God has told us. The eternal God, in three persons, made an eternal covenant between the three of them to gloriously save many who are lost.
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/TheyCalledUponTheNameOfTheLord.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.8MB) | EmbedIn the early chapters of Genesis, two parties are found. The seed of Satan are characterized by the writing of wicked songs. In contrast, the seed of the Son are characterized by calling upon the name of the Lord. As believers, we are commanded to pray, we are taught how to pray, and we are promised blessings when we pray. Now, none of us pray as
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/HeInspiresMeToPray.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (4.1MB) | EmbedIf you were one who followed John the Baptist, you would be inspired to pray. The same is true of those who followed Jesus. Those who watched him then and study him now, they are inspired to pray. But what about you? Are you a leader of some sort? And are you one who prays with such affection that your disciples come to you asking, “Leader,
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/ABetterReasonToRejoice.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.2MB) | EmbedIn Luke 10, Jesus disciples are unbelievably excited about their performance for God. Through the Holy Spirit, and in the name of Jesus, they have done great things to advance the Kingdom of God. However, Jesus commands them not to rejoice over their performance, but to rejoice in something else. They were to find much greater joy in God’s performance for them and their names being