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In this introduction, I am going to make a handful of claims. I am not going to use the intro to defend those claims. Instead, the rest of this book will be employed for that purpose. The basic idea that I’ve devoted nearly 50,000 words to explain in the following chapters can be summed up […]

Introduction

I have often heard people use the phrase, "Jesus is my Lord and Savior." This is a legitimate way to express one's relationship to Jesus. However, the phrase can be misleading if it's not understood in context. I have heard more than one overzealous pastor try to usher new converts into the kingdom by claiming […]

BELIEVING IN THE SAVIOR ≠ OBEYING THE LORD

I was extremely frustrated with the churches where I had worked. I had begun to see the Bible as ambiguous on some essential issues. I had spent nearly a decade in church ministry and had a degree from Bible College. I had started my seminary work but burned out because of the inconsistencies I saw […]

Origin Story

In the famous encounter between Jesus and the Samaritan woman at the well in Sychar, we see a very clear division between Salvation and Discipleship. In chapter 4 of John, where this story occurs, there are two metaphors used to illustrate these two concepts. Salvation is illustrated by water in John 4:7-14. The narrative then […]

WATER ≠ FOOD

Imagine that you walk into a local store. As you look through the items, you find something that you're interested in buying. You pick it up and see no price tag attached. You hold it above your head and ask the clerk about the price. “How much is this,” you say. It’s a simple question, […]

FREE ≠ COSTLY

We are so glad you stopped by. This Bible study is incredibly important. If you want to understand the Bible better, join us for the 33 part series. You will learn to distinguish between passages that focus on salvation from passages that focus on discipleship. To get instructions, watch the video above. If you'd like […]

Salvation And Discipleship Introduction

It's beautiful to see the growing diversity of the church in America, though no matter how diverse we become in the States, it doesn't hold a candle to the incredibly diverse populations of the Colossian church.

Mind Control

When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.

Stage Crew

When I was in high school, there was a prominent Christian music scene in our area. There were so many Christian rock bands that anyone you talked to inevitably played bass, or drums, or electric guitar and was trying to pull together a musical act. At one time, I was in no less than six bands because drummers who could keep a steady rhythm and be on time to practice were in short supply.

A Shrinking Savior

When I was in high school, there was a prominent Christian music scene in our area. There were so many Christian rock bands that anyone you talked to inevitably played bass, or drums, or electric guitar and was trying to pull together a musical act.

Behavior Change

A dad discovered scribbling on the seat in front of where his family sat in church. He knew his three-year-old did it, so he leaned down and whispered, "Don't do that. Jesus wouldn't want us to color on his pew." His daughter closed her eyes and bowed her head. With her hands crossed dutifully, she […]

The Problem With Prayer

It was the day that I lifted eight large bags of concrete that I noticed something change in my lower abdomen. A lump that had not previously been part of my physiology was now clearly present, and it was causing some measure of pain. Over the following weeks, I saw doctors, who all agreed that I had an inguinal hernia.

A Need For Teams

In this chapter we are going to compare the concept of gaining eternal life as a gift and getting eternal life as a reward. Don’t be alarmed. Although these seem as if they are contradictory ideas, the distinction will become plain as we go along. The first verse that we will consider is this one […]

ETERNAL LIFE AS A GIFT ≠ ETERNAL LIFE AS A REWARD

Image that you’ve just completed a month of work and are waiting on your pay check. The boss hands you an envelope with your wages and says, “here’s your free gift.” Why would that be the wrong thing for the boss to say? Obviously, your wages are not a gift. If they were a gift […]

ETERNAL LIFE ≠ ETERNAL REWARDS

Anyone who believes in Jesus has everlasting life. That life is not given at some point in the distant future, but at the moment at which the person believes. Believing in Jesus is a one-time event that gives the born-again believer a gift which cannot be earned, returned, or lost. Those who claim that salvation […]

ETERNAL LIFE ≠ ABIDING LIFE

I used to travel and play music with a worship band while I was in college. We were doing an event in the Dallas area one summer. Usually, we would play for a half hour, and then the speaker would deliver his message. We had a set of songs that we often played, including one […]

CHILD ≠ FRIEND

I don’t remember the day I was born, but my mother tells me it was an event to remember. Once I was born, I could never go back. It was a done deal, a one-time event, an irreversible transaction. It is likely for that reason that Jesus used birth to illustrate what happens the moment […]

BORN AGAIN ≠ GROW

In my youth, I attended countless evangelistic events. Often it was explained that I should strive to have a relationship with God. When the evangelist tried to explain how to have a relationship with God, the message would usually get muddled. He would start by saying that salvation is a free gift. He would then […]

RELATIONSHIP ≠ FELLOWSHIP

As a kid, one of the biggest choices was between orange juice and milk. Out of boyish curiosity, I once mixed milk and orange juice together. I stirred it with excitement thinking I had come up with the ultimate breakfast drink. As I timidly tried the new flavor I found that the mixture was no […]

GRACE ≠ WORKS

A few years ago I joined a ministry called 289 DESIGN. As you might guess, the name comes from Ephesians 2:8-9. Our mission to produce materials that share the clear message of God's grace with the world. If you've read it before, there is hardly any verse in the Bible that is as transparent about […]

FAITH ≠ WORKS

When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.

Outsiders

When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.

The Workplace

When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.

Obey

When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.

Submission and Love

In the corner of the Bible Belt, where I grew up, there were rules, rules, and more rules. Christians weren't supposed to listen to secular music. We weren't supposed to drink, dip, or smoke. No baggy pants, face piercings, or spiky blue hair was allowed. We were to steer clear of certain substances that would alter our mood.

My Secret Sin

When I was at Letourneau University, I was asked to host the yearly comedy show on campus. It was attended by a thousand or more college students who were eager to laugh. I had to do a handful of comedy sketches, which was both exhilarating and frightening.

Body-Rules

When I was in junior high, freedom came in chrome. To be free was to have a bike. Not just any bike would do, though. That's because most of the time I spent with my brothers was in the woods near our house. You had to have a bike that could go off-road and handle all sorts of terrain.

Cheated

When I was in high school, my summer job was producing videos and large print out media for a production company located in an old car lot. The place was hard to secure because of huge windows and ancient out-of-skew doors. So in the back, the owner kept a pack of the wildest, dirtiest, meanest dogs to guard the door. They were all breeds, and among them probably was present every canine disease there ever was.

Wolves In The Fence

I love the Gospel of John. I love it so much that I had the first six chapters memorized at one time. I could recite them straight through and did publicly once for a church in my area. The gospel of John is so well thought out. It’s simple but powerful. It’s precise and consistent. The […]

THE GOSPEL OF JOHN ≠ THE REST OF THE BIBLE

Have you ever heard a gospel presentation that includes repentance? Maybe you’ve been the recipient of a velvety hair preacher who says, “repent to be saved!” I certainly have. In fact, I remember a particular situation at a youth camp years ago. I had been a believer for a few years already but I wasn’t […]

BELIEVE IN CHRIST ≠ REPENT

In this chapter, we will explore the difference between the phrase, “believe in Christ,” and “Call on the Name of the Lord.” It would be easy to lump these terms together as if they mean the same thing, but we will find that one corresponds to salvation, while the other to discipleship. Let’s start by […]

BELIEVE IN CHRIST ≠ CALL ON THE NAME OF THE LORD

In this chapter we will look at the difference between being saved from Hell and saving one’s life.  To understand the process of being saved from Hell let’s first look at Ephesians 2:8-9. For by grace you have been saved through faith, and that not of yourselves; it is the gift of God, not of […]

SAVED FROM HELL ≠ SAVING THE LIFE

Growing up I often was taught that salvation did not come by works. However, we are going to find, in this chapter that that is not entirely true. That may come as a surprise, but by the end of the chapter, you will see how this idea fits into the concept of salvation and discipleship. […]

SAVED WITHOUT WORKS ≠ SAVED WITH WORKS

In this chapter we will explore the difference between being saved from “the wrath to come” and being “saved from wrath.” The last chapter discussed the latter at length so this chapter will largely focus on the former. Paul’s first letter to the Thessalonians will form the entirety of our exploration into "the wrath to […]

SAVED FROM THE WRATH TO COME ≠ SAVED FROM WRATH

In our modern church-lingo saturated culture, we've taken certain words and conscripted them for specific uses, when in Scripture those same words have fluidity. It's important that we don't try to wrestle Biblical words into a straight jacket in an attempt to make them mean only one thing. The words "saved" and "salvation" are no […]

SAVED FROM CONDEMNATION ≠ SAVED FROM WRATH

A number of years ago I was invited to preach a series of evangelistic events in Latvia. It’s a beautiful little country that found its freedom after the fall of the Soviet Union. By the time I went, it had warmed to the gospel message, and many young people were ready to believe. The trip […]

SPIRIT BAPTISM ≠ WATER BAPTISM

We give gifts to people we like. I generally withhold gift-giving from those with whom I have no fellowship or closeness. However, God decided to offer us a gift when we did not deserve it. In fact, there are those who will accept the gift and totally take advantage of His grace by not living […]

POSITIONAL RIGHTEOUSNESS ≠ PRACTICAL RIGHTEOUSNESS

In college one justifies his status as a current student in different ways to different individuals. The professor needs to see an official role sheet with the students name on it to consider them a current student. However, fellow classmates will believe one is a legitimate student of the university if they simply attend class. […]

JUSTIFIED BY FAITH ≠ JUSTIFIED BY WORKS

The word sanctification is uncommon. I’ve rarely heard it used in casual conversation except when the words, what is precede it. In this chapter we are going to look at the difference between positional sanctification and practical sanctification. Before we understand the difference, we need to get a grip on this heavy and rare noun. […]

POSITIONAL SANCTIFICATION ≠ PRACTICAL SANCTIFICATION

For the first dozen summers that I can remember, I rarely wore shoes. Playing all day in the yard would cover the bottoms of my bare feet with a thick layer of dark grime. Even when I had started the day with a shower, there hardly a summertime call for dinner that I didn’t have […]

TAKE A BATH ≠ WASH YOUR FEET

United States Supreme Court justices have what we call life tenure. That means that once they are appointed they will continue to hold their position for life. This is important because justices need to be able to make decisions without the fear of being removed from office. They have positional security, meaning their position won’t […]

POSITIONAL FORGIVENESS ≠ DAILY FORGIVENESS

The most afraid I’ve ever been was the time I got lost in the woods after dark. My brother and I were out with some youth group friends playing a game of paintball in the pine forest of East Texas. As a moonless night fell, my heart rate rose. Being surrounded by the blinding dark […]

THE BLACK DARKNESS ≠ THE DARKNESS OUTSIDE

As we discovered in the previous chapter there is a difference between entering the Kingdom and inheriting the Kingdom. In this chapter we will discover that there are various types of inheritance. The line of distinction will be drawn between being heirs of God, and being co-heirs with Christ. What’s the difference between being an […]

HEIRS OF GOD ≠ FELLOW HEIRS WITH CHRIST

Let’s imagine that certain wealthy father had twins. The brothers grew up together at their family’s palatial estate. Once they were old enough to take their own path in life their father called them together and said, “You will both always be my children, but I would like you each to stay here in my […]

ENTER THE KINGDOM ≠ INHERIT THE KINGDOM

What is the difference between believing in Christ, and confessing Christ? If you listened to the average stadium evangelist you’d get the idea that the confession accompanies a walk down the aisle and the sinner’s prayer. I’ve sat through enough sermons with confusing invitationals at the end to know that there needs to be clarity […]

BELIEVE IN CHRIST ≠ CONFESS CHRIST

HOW OTHER RELIGIONS BEGAN: SOMEONE HAD A PRIVATE IDEA ABOUT GOD SOMEONE HAD A PRIVATE DREAM ABOUT GOD SOMEONE HAD A PRIVATE ENCOUNTER WITH AN ANGEL THEN THAT SOMEONE TOLD THE REST OF THE WORLD THIS MAKES OTHER RELIGIONS IMPOSSIBLE TO VERIFY BECAUSE THERE ARENO EYE WITNESSES OF THE PRIME EVENT HOW CHRISTIANITY STARTED: JESUS […]

The World's Most Testable Religion

Were you taught that you have to Ask Jesus Into Your Heart To Be Saved? Many have been misled by this insidious little phrase. Learn all about it in this lighthearted video.

Seven Reasons Not To Ask Jesus Into Your Heart To Be Saved.

The international space station has an incredibly advanced life support and environmental control system. Without these vital systems working in concert, the astronauts would be turned into blood-boiled brain-dead space sicles.  Each of these vital systems took thousands of highly trained engineers, decades to conceive, design, build, test, and refine. Despite the billions of dollars, […]

The Space Station That Proves God Exists

"How do you know the Gospels are reliable?  The gospels are Greco-Roman-style biographies. These historical documents are eyewitness accounts of mostly public events. They were written shortly after the events they describe and were circulated during the lifetime of other eyewitnesses. The Gospels survived the scrutiny of the thousands who saw Jesus first hand, and […]

Are The Gospels Reliable?

The unique thing about Christianity is that it was so simple to disprove.  Although most religions make claims that are designed to be impossible to refute, not so for Christianity.  Christianity’s primary event, the resurrection, would have been simple to disprove if it were fabricated.  Although it should have been simple, it was never disproved, because… A bunch […]

Christianity Should Have Been Simple To Disprove

Do you talk to your art? Does your art talk back? See what happens when two argumentative works of art debate the existence of their artist.

Beutiful Lines

How do you know that God exists? The teleological argument claims that nature is so complex it must have had a designer. The cosmological argument claims cause-and-effect as proof that the universe must have had a first cause. The ontological argument claims that a maximally good God could not exist only in thought but in […]

Evidence For God's Existence

Atheists often claim that there is no evidence that the God of the bible exists. HOWEVER, THE bible is Full of statements that are verifiable in the modern world.   In Genesis 17 God makes an agreement with the jews that he says will last forever.  If the Jews ceased to exist, It would cast doubt on God’s existence.  Virtually all ancient […]

God's Greatest Evidence Is His People

Some have claimed that the myth of Jesus was borrowed from other pagan mythological figures like Horus, Mithra, Osiris, Buddha, etc etc etc. This argument is banking on the fact that most people won’t go read about Horus, Mithra, Osiris, or any of the other mythological claims. The so-called similarities are laughable. I’ll post some links […]

Is Jesus' Story Really Just A Retelling Of The Egyptian god Horus?

Dense or not: Among the worlds smartest and most influential people are those who believe in Jesus. Faith is no barrier for intelligence, as illustrated by the enormous list of way-too-smart people that believed in Jesus. 65.4% of Nobel prize winners between the years of 1900-2000 identified themselves as Christian. From ocket scientists to biochemists, […]

Historical Reasons Intelligent People Believe In Jesus

The short answer is, "no."There are a few studies on war that will help support that very resounding no. Charles Phillips and Alan Axelrod released a three-volume set in 2008 called Encyclopedia of Wars. Just so you know, I don't have a copy of these books. That's mainly because even a second-hand copy can go […]

Is Religion Really The #1 Cause Of War?

Dense or not: Among the worlds smartest and most influential people are those who believe in Jesus. Faith is no barrier for intelligence, as illustrated by the enormous list of way-too-smart people that believed in Jesus. 65.4% of Nobel prize winners between the years of 1900-2000 identified themselves as Christian. From ocket scientists to biochemists, […]

Practical Reasons Intelligent People Believe In Jesus

Atheists often claim that Jesus never existed in history. If that is true, then we should expect to find at least some support of the Christ Myth Theory somewhere in history. So is there support for the Christ Myth Theory in ancient history? Nope! In fact, it took about 1800 years for anyone to argue […]

Did Jesus Actually Exist?

The Jesus Myth hypothesis: For itching ears only. This is the idea that Jesus never existed in history but was made up centuries later. Supposedly his attributes were borrowed from other pagan religions. So... yeah. I'd like to respond to that. This is an overview approach, I'll leave the minutia to the scholars.One of the […]

Is Jesus a Myth?

A fingerprint is said to be unique. It’s been estimated that the chances that 2 people will have the same fingerprint is about 1 in 64 Billion. That’s why fingerprints are used in criminal cases because it’s nearly certain that if a matching fingerprint is at the crime scene, you were there too.  The fingerprint […]

Is Jesus as trustworthy as a fingerprint?

Continuing our series entitled Popular Objects, we take a look at the objection of translation. See what effect being translated multiple times has on the biblical message. 

Popular Objections: Translated Too Many Times

 Atheists often claim that Jesus never existed in history. If that is true, then we should expect to find at least some support of the Christ Myth Theory somewhere in history. So is there support for the Christ Myth Theory in ancient history? Nope! In fact, it took about 1800 years for anyone to argue […]

Did Jesus Really Exist?

Atheists often claim that there is no evidence that The God of the Bible exists.  The problem is that the statement is simply untrue.  The bible is packed with statements that are verifiable in the modern world. We will cover 10 of them.  In Genesis 17 God makes an agreement with the Jews that would […]

Is There Evidence For God?
Popular Objections: It's Not Scientifically Proven

The Bible is a big book. Actually, it is a library of many books, each with its own purpose. Where should you start reading?

Where Should I Start Reading The Bible?

Learn about Shawn's love for electric guitars and how it relates to free-will and eternal security. Free Grace Theology holds to the doctrine of eternal security and affirms that people have free-will. Jesus promised eternal life. He said the one who believes in Him will never perish, thirst, or hunger, or be condemned, judged, cast […]

How is a Rickenbacker Electric Guitar related to Free Will?

According to Free Grace Theology, Jesus died for everyone, including you. However, that does not mean everyone automatically goes to heaven when they die, i.e., that does not mean universalism is true. Why not? Shawn Lazar explains.

If Jesus died for everyone why doesn't everyone go to Heaven?

That is probably the most important question you can ask. What else really matters? What would it matter if you accomplished everything you wanted to accomplish in life, only to die and be separated from God forever? Shawn Lazar explains the good news that Jesus promised.

How do I go to heaven when I die?

Available On Lucas Kitchen's new book, In Pursuit Of Fruit is now available for pre-order. Get a copy at your favorite ebook retailer. Paperback will be on sale soon. Description: What if you could go on a morning stroll in your backyard garden only to discover your purpose for being alive? IN PURSUIT OF FRUIT: […]

New Release! In Pursuit Of Fruit

What kind of savior was Jesus? What does it mean to believe in Jesus as your savior? What kind of salvation do you expect Him to give? Shawn Lazar answers these questions by focusing on what Jesus promised: everlasting life.

What kind of salvation does Jesus promise?

Quite a lot, actually. Even though many atheists and Christ-opponents claim he never lived, there is plenty that disagrees with this opposition position. Take a look at the various sources that support Jesus' existence.

What does history say about Jesus' existence?

Not everyone will enter the kingdom. Some will be excluded. So how do you enter? Jesus said it depends on doing "the will of the Father." What is that? Does that mean doing works, or something else? Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss.

What is the will of the father?

Are we saved by faith apart from works, or do you need to work our your salvation? How does this verse fit with the message of grace? "Therefore, my beloved, as you have always obeyed, not as in my presence only, but now much more in my absence, work out your own salvation with fear […]

What Does It Mean To Work Our Your Salvation?

Many Christians think that if a Christian turns away from the faith (even true faith) they will lose their salvation. Many others believe that turning away proves that the faith was never true in the first place. Find out why both of those options aren't right in this short video.

Will A Christian, Who Turns Atheist Go To Hell?

"The Lord is not slack concerning His promise, as some count slackness, but is longsuffering toward us, not willing that any should perish but that all should come to repentance" (2 Peter 3:9). What does it mean that God does not want anyone to perish? What does it mean that He wants all to come […]

God Does Not Want Anyone to Perish.
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep13
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep12

Do the warning passages in the book of Hebrews show that eternal security is false? What does it mean to neglect so great a salvation in Hebrews? What is at stake? Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar (of Grace In Focus Radio) discuss these interesting passages.

How shall we escape if we neglect so great a salvation? / Hebrews 2:3
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep11

Paul warned that if you deny Jesus, He will deny you (2 Tim 2:12). But what does that mean? Does that mean you can lose your salvation, or something else? Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss the context and show that what's at stake is the reward of ruling with Christ in His kingdom.

If We Deny Jesus, He Will Deny Us? (2 Timothy 2:12)

Many people say that the monks changed the Bible, or even made it up entirely. This is a ridiculous claim when you consider the history involved. This short video explains why.

Did Monks Change the Bible?

For the scientific method to work the event in question must be observable, measurable, and repeatable. History is not measurable or repeatable, so the scientific method does not apply to historical events. It would be like trying to apply the Pythagorean theorem to a poem.  History uses the evidentiary method, not the scientific method. The evidentiary […]

Is Jesus Scientifically Proven?
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep10

Paul hated the false gospel of salvation by works. He had a very low bar for what counted as works salvation. And when he found out some teachers were preaching works salvation to the Galatians, he was furious, and said, "But even if we, or an angel from heaven, preach any other gospel to you […]

What does it mean to be accursed?

Does James contradict Paul? Was Abraham justified by faith apart from works, or by faith that worked, or by both? Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar are in the FGI studio to discuss James 2:21.

How could Abraham be justified by works?

See below for information on the numbers, estimates, and calculations in this video. Let's imagine you are a hypothetical being looking for randomly occurring intelligent life within our Galaxy. You contact your local galactic real estate broker, and together you begin the search.  There are an estimated 100 billion stars in the Milky Way Galaxy, so […]

Are life sustaining planets common?
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep09

Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss Colossians 1:21-23. Is holiness guaranteed? Or is it conditional? Do you lose your salvation if you don't continue in the faith? What does it mean to be holy and blameless and above reproach in His sight?

Can you be blameless in the faith?

Broadcast 31 Description: “How Soon?”  Viewer Screen: “How Soon?” Our pattern in this series has been to do a segment on “What in the World Is God Doing?”, citing articles current issues or events showing how God is at work to fulfill His prophetic word, followed by “What in the Word is God Saying?”, presenting […]

How Soon Will Christ Return? / End Times Today / Episode 31
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep08

Virtually everyone agrees that John 3:16 is a big deal. In fact, many scholars have called it the essence of the gospel. Why exactly is that? Find out in this short video from Free Grace International.

Why Is John 3:16 Such A Big Deal?

How can you know that you're born again? Can you know by looking for fruit in your life? "Fruit inspection" has been devastating to many people's assurance. Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss Matt 7:15-20, "Beware of false prophets, who come to you in sheep’s clothing, but inwardly they are ravenous wolves. You will know […]

Can you identify a Christian by their fruit?

“The Incredible Rescue” What in the World Is God Doing? Viewer Screen: What in the World Is God Doing? An assessment of the International Atomic Energy Agency’s (IAEA) quarterly report is presented in this publication: Viewer Screen: Analysis of IAEA Iran Verification and Monitoring Report: February 2021, David Albright, Sarah Burkhard, and Andrea Stricker (Institute […]

The Incredible Rescue / End Times Today / Episode 30
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep07

Does James 2:19 prove that it is not enough to believe to be saved? Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar (of GES) came by the FGI studio to discuss what devils and demons believe.

What Do Demons Believe?
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep06

A college student sent the following terse text to his mother: “Mom, have failed everything. Prepare Dad.” The next day the student received this reply: “Dad prepared; prepare yourself!” As important as it was for that student to be prepared to meet his father, it is far more important for believers in Jesus to be prepared to meet their Lord. The New Testament often exhorts us to prepare ourselves for the return of Christ, and Jesus told more than one parable to drive home that important concept.

A Cry In The Dark / End Times Today / EP. 29

Have you ever heard someone claim that "falling from grace" means a person has lost their salvation? Shawn and Bob (of Grace Evangelical Society) join us in the FGI studio to tackle this important question.

Bob and Shawn answer: What Does It Mean To Fall From Grace?

Has this year made you tired? Many are struggling with the incredible changes that have come about in the last 18 months. It would be easy for anyone now to grow weary of doing good. Lucas Kitchen shared a message at Letourneau University Chapel on that very subject.

Don't Be Tired
Free Grace Kids: S1 Ep05
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