Last week we highlighted the first study Media Gratiae produced, Behold Your God: Rethinking God Biblically. This week we are previewing for you the sequel to that study, Behold Your God: The Weight of Majesty.
In this study, John Snyder spends 12 weeks teaching about the attributes of God and how we are to live upon Him. If you have been through this study before, we pray it reminds you of the greatness of our God. If you haven’t been through this study before, you can get 15% off the normal price this week here:
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Following the Follower III: The Foundation of Our ConfidenceBy Media Gratiae — 2 weeks ago
Paul tells the church of Corinth to follow him as he follows Christ. That would be an impossible task for us if Paul had been given special tools, a special skillset, a secret knowledge that only he could possess. Instead, he had the same Scripture, the same Holy Spirit, the same means of grace as us. As a result, when Paul commands us to follow him, we really can obey. We have the same Bible, as it were. We can pray to the same God. We can commune with God. So why don’t we find more success in following the pattern he laid out for us?
In this week’s episode, John Snyder and Chuck Bagget explore the topic of how Paul could have such confidence in the work he was doing. It wasn’t because he was so strong, smart, or faithful. It was because he knew the God he was serving. He trusted Christ with the fruit. That is a pattern we can and must follow.
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Monday, March 14, 2022By R. Albert Mohler Jr. — 1 year ago
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The Moral Revelations of War: Truth, Facts, and Reality Become Increasingly Evident — And Hard to Deny
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It’s Like the Soviet Union Ended and the Mafia Took Control: The Moral Dimensions of the Russian ‘Oligarchs’
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Is There Anything For Which We Would Die? Christian Realism and the Defense of Things Worth Dying For
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Most Democrats Say They’d Flee, Not Fight, a Ukraine-Style Invasion
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A Life Devoted to the Cause for Life: Pediatrician Donald Pinkel, Who Revolutionized the Treatment of Childhood Leukemia
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Donald Pinkel, Who Developed a Cure for Childhood Leukemia, Dies at 95