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Huntsville Alabama - Sundays at 8:30 a.m. on 101.3 FM and 1140 AM WBXR

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Federal Headship

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 07 December 2015

Have you ever heard of the doctrine of Federal Headship? 

This concept expresses the fact that Adam was a covenant representative to God for all of his descendants. When Adam sinned, his sin and its penalty passed on to all men. Likewise, Christ Jesus was a covenant representative to God for all the elect. On the cross, eternal life was secured for all men in Christ. 

One important point to note in this study: Just as much as we were completely passive in regards to Adam and his representation of us unto death, so we are completely passive in Christ's work upon us unto life. 

Radio broadcast for December 6, 2015

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What Does Romans 8:28 Teach? Part 2

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 30 November 2015

In our last broadcast, we considered the actual context of Romans 8:28 and concluded that in this text, Paul was speaking of God's actions on our behalf - whether in time or eternity - and not the sinful actions of men. In brief, sin never works for our good and is always contrary to God.

Continuing this sermon, today's message focuses on a principle that IS in play for God's children in times of trial, the fact that God is in the business of overruling terrible things in favor of His children. As Isaiah 61 proclaims, God exchanges ashes for beauty. We hope these two broadcasts have been clarifying and encouraging! 

Radio broadcast for November 29, 2015.

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What Does Romans 8:28 Teach?

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 23 November 2015

"And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose."

Romans 8:28 has become one of the most widely quoted texts within Christendom. Often cited in moments of tragedy, well meaning believers insist this verse teaches that God is somehow orchestrating terrible things and will cause even the worst of human actions to somehow work for our good. But is that actually what this verse is teaching? Absolutely not! As a fundamental principle, things such as sin and Satan cannot work together with righteousness and God. 

In this message, which will be divided into two radio broadcasts, we look into the actual context of this statement to find the meaning of Romans 8:28 and then consider actual - and comforting - principles which are in effect in our lives, such as God's overruling providence in giving beauty for ashes.

Radio broadcast for November 22, 2015

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David: An Example of Meekness

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 16 November 2015

Scripture calls on us to be meek people, not thinking more highly of ourselves than we ought to think. But what does meekness actually look like? To summarize the definition from the Oxford English Dictionary, meekness is defined as 1) humility and gentleness, and 2) a lack of self-will.

Today on Words of Grace, we consider one example from the life of King David which demonstrates great meekness. May we emulate this commendable trait in our life! Listen to learn more. 

Radio broadcast for November 15, 2015.

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In Need of Fruit Bearers

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 09 November 2015

In our last two broadcasts, we've shared two bedrock, foundational principles from scripture concerning the nature of man: 1) A man's will is governed by his nature, and 2) After the new birth, a person has two opposing natures warring against each other, the nature of Adam (the flesh) and the nature of Christ (the Spirit or Divine nature). 

In today's message, we conclude our thoughts along these lines with a message encouraging God's children to bear good fruit. What's the severity, you may ask? First, if God commands us to do something, that's reason enough. But also, as the salt of the earth, the decision to "walk in the Spirit" has a preserving effect on the culture around us. Listen to learn more.

Radio program for November 8, 2015.

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A Warfare of Natures

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 02 November 2015

In our last broadcast, we considered the fact that human beings indeed have a will to choose their actions, but that will is governed by their nature. The nature we inherited from Adam stands in full enmity against God, requiring men to experience a "new birth" in order to seek after God. This is why Paul proclaimed that "natural man," one with only Adam's nature, finds gospel truth to be foolish. 

Today we consider another aspect of this subject: the fact that after the new birth, men possess both an Adam nature and the nature of Christ and these two natures are described as being at war against one another. This explains the great struggle a believer experiences each day of his life between righteous and wicked behavior. 

Listen as we explore the descriptions of these two natures and also how to strengthen yourself against the lusts of the flesh, to live a life pleasing to God.

Radio broadcast for November 1, 2015.

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Nature and Will

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 26 October 2015

Can an unsaved man choose God by his own free will? Before you answer, listen to this episode of Words of Grace in which we consider the fact that a man's will is governed by his nature. 

Radio broadcast for October 25, 2015.

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The New Testament In His Blood

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 19 October 2015

In the Lord's Supper, Jesus used two items present at Passover to symbolize His body and blood respectively - unleavened bread and wine. Jesus, doing nothing unintentional, chose these two substances because of certain inherent properties within them. The unleavened bread, being free from leaven, depicted Jesus' sinless body which would be broken for His people. The wine, exemplifying His purifying blood which would be shed for many. 

In this broadcast, we consider interesting parallels between wine and the blood of the Lord Jesus Christ. 

Radio program for October 18, 2015

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Triumph Through Faith

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 11 October 2015

A quick glance at Hebrews 11 and you'll see that all the amazing victories of the Old Testament were rooted in one source: Faith! But sometimes we err in our perception that the brothers and sisters making up the "cloud of witnesses" of followers of God in scripture were "supersaints." Quite the contrary, they were men and women of like passions. In fact, the Bible is candid in recording both their triumphs and their failures. 

Today we consider the truth about these victorious men and women, emboldening us to the fact that we - normal people who believe in Christ - too can triumph through this God-given faith. 

Radio program for October 11, 2015.

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The Spiritual Benefits of Public Worship

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 05 October 2015

Many people today claim to be "spiritual" but outright reject the notion of organized religion. Sadly, in our country, a nation wherein a large majority claim to be Christian, studies show that only between 20% and 40%attend church on a weekly basis. It's crystal clear from Jesus' preaching that discipleship is not possible without actually "following Him," and to follow Him we must assemble with the saints to worship Him and hear His word proclaimed. To say that another way, we can't be real Christians without being a part of a church body. Does this mean one must go to church to get to Heaven? No - salvation is by grace, not religion. But to be a FOLLOWER of Christ, I must assemble with the saints. 

The main reason we go to church is because God is worthy of our worship. Were that the only reason, it would be enough. But there's more to it! Unlike harsh, cruel legalism with its demands, public worship is good for you! In this episode, we consider a few different ways in which assembling with the church personally benefits you.  Listen, and then go to church! 

Radio broadcast for October 4, 2015

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Will All The Elect Hear The Preached Gospel?

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 28 September 2015

Here are a couple of facts:

The Bible teaches election (God's choosing of a people) in Ephesians 1:4. The Bible also teaches Spirit-only regeneration (the new birth is all of God) in John 3:8. That brings up an interesting question to consider: Since God elected to save some and the Spirit works alone in the new birth, will every chosen person hear the gospel? Are there saved people who never hear the preached word?

Most people would strongly insist that everyone in Heaven heard the gospel, but we beg you to consider the case of deceased infants. Did they hear? How about mentally handicapped? Did they hear?? One may retort, "well, those are exceptions." But, scripture gives no exceptions in the new birth. As Jesus said, "so is everyone that is born of the Spirit." Eternal deliverance is a result of election, redemption, and regeneration (Romans 8:29-30), and is identical in application with everyone to whom it applies. 

In Revelation 5:9 and 7:9, John saw a diverse people saved by Christ out of every nation and even every kindred (family). Yet a sizable portion of the human race has never heard a preacher, much less someone from every family. Further, Christianity in a generic sense has been a very Caucasian religion. This has led Historic Baptists and Primitive Baptists of today to the comforting - and Christ Glorifying - understanding that there are people in Heaven not privilege with gospel preaching or the local church, but are saved by Christ nonetheless because "the Lord knoweth them that are His." 

Radio program for September 27, 2015.

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Defining Redemption

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 21 September 2015

Another fundamental concept to scripture is that of Redemption. Scripture uses word pictures common to everyday life to convey spiritual truth to us. One such concept utilized by Bible writers is redemption, a word which in its verb form redeem, means to buy something back by the paying of a price. 

This prompts two questions:

1) When was the price of redemption paid in full?

2) When shall the Redeemer take full possession of the purchased product?

Listen and learn.

Radio broadcast for September 20, 2015.

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Defining The Gospel

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 14 September 2015

How would you define the gospel? The term can be one of those words which folks feel like they know but can't precisely define. In this message, we seek to define the word 'gospel' itself, and then demonstrate what does - and doesn't - qualify as the gospel.

Radio broadcast for September 13, 2015.

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Defining The New Birth

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 07 September 2015

How a person is born again, or vitally saved from death in trespasses and sins, is perhaps one of the most misunderstood concepts among believers today. In this broadcast, we present to you the terms used in reference to this Divine act and also what takes place when a person is born from above. 

Radio broadcast for September 6, 2015. 

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Defining Total Depravity

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Created on 31 August 2015

Today's concept is one so fundamental and needful to understand, it ranks near the existence of the Godhead and the inspiration of God's word as crucial to grasp for a true working knowledge of the theology of salvation. What are we studying? Total depravity! 

Why is this subject so important to know? First, it expresses why we need a Saviour. But it also explains why God's sovereign grace can be the only functional method of saving a sinner. Simply put, were it left to mankind to secure his own deliverance from sin, there would be none saved at all! But we thank our Lord for His grace through Jesus Christ, our Saviour! 

Radio broadcast for August 30, 2015.

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Defining Justification

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Created on 24 August 2015

How is a man just with God? How does a man perceive his own right standing with God in his conscience? How do others come to recognize us as being saved people?

Continuing our series in which we define Bible concepts, we come to the subject of justification. As with any Bible concept, the disciple must approach this subject in a scholarly manner, seeking to "rightly divide" the word of truth. Similar to sanctification, the word justify has different settings and contexts in scripture and in short, there are different ways a child of Grace can be justified. The word itself is a legal term meaning "to declare one righteous," and so depending on the "court room" under consideration, we're justified by different things (blood, faith, works). Listen to learn more.

Radio broadcast for August 23, 2015.

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Defining Sanctification

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Created on 17 August 2015

It would be an understatement to say we don't exactly live in theological times. In our LOL and BRB culture, technical and precise communication is a rarity. But the scriptures use very detailed and intentional words to express divine concepts. To quote Solomon, preachers are to seek out to find acceptable words. Words have meanings, and help us wrap our minds around the reality of God's actions on our behalf. 

In this broadcast, we consider the concept of sanctification, or being sanctified. Think sanctification is a simple, one size fits all occurrence? Think again! From objects and days to people, this word describes not only things God instructed to be used in His service and Holy days or worship, but also His eternal purposes and work on our behalf and our choice to abstain from carnal desires. Listen to learn more!

Radio broadcast for August 16, 2015.

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Defining Election and Predestination

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 10 August 2015

Are you familiar with the doctrines of election and predestination? Ever heard of them? Maybe even afraid of them? These theological concepts are totally biblical and lay the framework for the concept of salvation itself. Don't shy away - listen and familiarize yourself with this truth.

Radio broadcast for August 9, 2015.

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Defining Grace

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 03 August 2015

Scripture is emphatic that sinners are saved by God's grace, but what does that actually mean? In this broadcast, pastor Winslett defines the biblical concept of Grace and it's implications in your life. 

Radio broadcast for August 2, 2015.

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Primitive Baptist Distinctions

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Category: Radio Broadcasts - Words of Grace
Created on 01 June 2014

Each group among Christianity has distinct beliefs and practices. One of the most common questions people ask when learning we are Primitive Baptist is "what is the difference in a Primitive Baptist and other Baptists?" Listen to find out!

Radio program for June 1, 2014.

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