Believe
in Him
for life. 

Grace Evangelical Society (GES) was founded in 1986 to promote the life-giving truth that God offers man the free gift of everlasting life through faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, apart from works done before or after the new birth (John 3:16; 5:24; 6:35, 47; 11:26).

Another of our aims is to promote Christian growth by emphasizing the Biblical truths about eternal security, assurance, and eternal rewards.  Read more about what we believe.

Grace in Focus Radio

Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss the promise of everlasting life to all who simply believe in Jesus for it, and the related yet distinct message that all who faithfully follow Christ will receive eternal rewards. They do so from a Dispensational and Free Grace perspective.

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How Are We Supposed to Resist the Devil?

As believers, we are to do what pleases God here in this life. James 4:7-12 as wisdom literature gives encouragement on how to grow in

Avoiding Conflict and the Desires of the World

Chapter 4 begins the “slow to wrath” section of James. Bob and Shawn discuss James 4:1-6 in today’s broadcast.

Heavenly Versus Worldly Wisdom

James 3:13-18 contrasts those who are driven by worldly (demonic) wisdom with those driven by heavenly wisdom. Bob and Shawn discuss this passage of scripture,

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Grace in Focusa free bimonthly publication, is filled with easy-to-follow topical and exegetical articles dealing with the gospel and assurance.

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GES maintains a list of Free Grace Churches in order to direct people just like you to congregations that preach the gospel of grace. It is our hope that this list will help you find a church that preaches the gospel of grace.

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The Journal of the Grace Evangelical Society, published semi-annually, contains scholarly articles regarding the gospel and assurance.

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What Is Free Grace Theology?

Free Grace theology is the view that

  1. everlasting life is a free gift that cannot be lost, received by faith alone in Christ alone, apart from works of any kind;
  2. assurance of our eternal destiny is based solely on believing Jesus’ promise to the believer, and not on looking to our works, experiences, or behavior;
  3. believers are accountable for our actions before God, and will be judged at the Bema to determine our eternal rewards, but not our eternal destinies.

From What Is Free Grace Theology? by Bob Wilkin

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Visit our video page to see video messages from GES speakers at our conferences and other meetings. You will also find some of our friends’ stories of how they came to understand Free Grace, and many other helpful videos.

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GES offers a variety of excellent messages on grace issues by outstanding speakers such as Zane Hodges and Bob Wilkin. Special attention is given to problem passages and problem issues. You can go here to listen to MP3s of various messages.

Tracts

GES has published several tracts that are designed to share and clarify the Biblical message of grace. The online versions of these tracts are designed for ease of use. Please share these tracts (here) with your friends and family so that they can know of the wonderful message of eternal life through faith alone in Christ alone. Some are also available in Español and русскоязычный.

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2019 Philadelphia Regional Conference @ Mt. Calvary Missionary Baptist Church
Nov 22 @ 6:00 pm – Nov 23 @ 4:00 pm

Announcing a GES Regional Conference in the Philadelphia area November 2019!

Details and registration coming soon!

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