http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/ServiceOrSabbath.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (5.2MB) | EmbedThere is certainly a time for us to sacrifice, labor, toil, work, serve, or minister. God gives all of us spiritual and temporal gifts, and he expects us to steward and spend them for his glory and our neighbor’s good. Yes, it is good for us to work as did Moses, labor as did disciples, minister as did Paul, and serve as did Mary. There are
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http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/Joe-WeGlorifyHimAndHeGlorifiesUs.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (4.8MB) | EmbedWe all know we exist to glorify God, but do we know that God promises to glorify us? This is a phenomenal truth presented to us by the Apostle Paul in Romans 8. From the beginning of time, God has had his glory and your glory on his mind.
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/Joe-ThereAreLeadersWhoSacrifice.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.1MB) | EmbedThere are leaders who sacrifice, and then there are leaders who sacrifice. What sort of leader are you? David Mathis?wrote the following, “Mark this, husbands and dads, pastors and presidents, the very essence and heart of leadership is taking initiative we otherwise wouldn’t take and making sacrifices we otherwise wouldn’t make, to guide our people somewhere good they otherwise would not have gone. We embrace short-term
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/Joe-LawAndGospel-DistinctAndNeverDivorced.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (6.4MB) | EmbedIn the bible, there is Law and there is Gospel. One has to do with our duty to perform, and the other has to do with God’s promise to perform. In order to properly understand theology, one must clearly define these two concepts. In doing theology and thinking biblically, one must always distinguish between the two, and they must never be divorced.
http://www.worldprayr.org/GraceThatsTight/podcast/Joe-HeySaintLiveSaintly.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (4.4MB) | EmbedSinclair Ferguson writes, “In the New Testament, every Christian is a saint, a holy one. This does not express the idea of a progressive development towards a condition of holiness, but rather suggests a present enjoyed status of holiness.” (Sinclair Ferguson, The Christian Life, 133) That being the case, ought not we who are called saints endeavor to live saintly?