Multiple times throughout his letters, Paul uses sports as an analogy for effective Christian living. Bob, Shawn, and Lucas discuss many of these pivotal NT passages to encourage you to endure in your faith.
God desires to shower us with rewards. What are you doing in this life to merit these rewards in the life to come? Bob, Shawn, and Lucas discuss the topic of earning eternal rewards and how that contrasts with the security of eternal life.
Today on Grace in Focus Radio, we start a new series on Eternal Rewards. Lucas Kitchen joins Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar to discuss his book Eternal Rewards: It Will Pay to Obey. They discuss a brief overview of upcoming discussions and how important eternal rewards are as a Christian discipline.
Today, we wrap up our series on The Parables of Jesus. Bob Wilkin and Shawn Lazar discuss The Parable of the Fig Tree found in Luke 21:29-33. Jesus foretells His impending return, urging His listeners to heed His warnings. Are you living in light of His soon return?
As a believer, eternal life is absolutely free while eternal rewards are earned. How faithful a life are you living here on this earth? Today, Bob and Shawn discuss the Parable of the Minas found in Luke 19:11-27. We should long to hear Jesus say, “Well done, good servant.”
“God, be merciful to me a sinner.” Luke 18:9-14 presents the parable of the Pharisee and the Tax Collector. We need to have a humble attitude in our daily lives, because we so desperately need God’s mercy.
In Luke 15, Jesus told the Parable of the Lost Sheep, the Lost Coin, and the Lost Son. By “lost”, was Jesus referring to unbelievers or straying believers? God has made a way for us to come back to Him when we have strayed. Listen in as Bob and Shawn discuss these important parables.
In today’s broadcast, Bob and Shawn discuss Jesus’ parable found in Luke 12:13-21, The Parable of the Rich Fool. How are you using the riches you’ve been given in this life? Is your focus on your treasure here on earth or your heavenly riches?
Today, Bob and Shawn discuss the Parable of the Four Soils found in Luke 8:4-18. There are differing opinions regarding who each of the four soils represent. Regardless of which soil we currently relate to, we are able to grow and mature and be a more productive Christian.
Continuing our series on The Parables of Jesus, Bob and Shawn discuss the Parable of the Wicked Vinedressers in Mark 12:1-12. Jesus foretells His death as well as how His followers will be treated because of Him.