In this episode Anthony takes a different approach as we consider God’s Providence.
Continuing the series we began in Episode 11, where we’re looking to encourage ourselves in the Scriptures in the strange and unusual times we’re finding ourselves in, in this episode we’ll consider the topic of God’s Providence.
This episode is departure from the routine in at least two ways:
First, Anthony presses “pause” on the pre-written show notes in order to check-in with listeners to see how they are doing and to share how things are going in his life and what’s new with Grace and Peace Radio.
How can a Christian have persistence and perseverance in these uncertain times? What does it even mean to say Christians persevere and persist? What exactly are we persevering and persisting through? And how are we to persist? We’ll answer these questions together on today’s Grace and Peace Radio.
How can a Christian persist and persevere in these uncertain times? What does it even mean to say Christians persevere and persist? What exactly are we persevering and persisting through? And how are we to persist?
We’ll answer these questions together on today’s Grace and Peace Radio.
Why is it that we who, by the grace of God, know and have access to the one true God, don't pray more? This is Part 1 where we look at reasons we don’t pray.
In this episode Anthony tells how the Lord provided for him to attend this years Shepherd’s Conference, does a shout out to the upcoming Christianity Explored Annual Conference on April 25, 2020, and discusses just a few reasons why it is that we don’t pray.
In this episode we’ll hear a short devotional given to the residents of a local nursing and rehabilitation center out of 2 John 1:5-6 about Walking in Love.
Hello, and welcome once again, everybody to Grace and Peace Radio. I am your host, Anthony Russo. And I’m so glad you’re joining us this week. This week, I’m going to do something different. I’m going to get right to it. This is going to be a little devotional I prepared for and gave at a nursing home this past Sunday, in fact, February 23. It’s a really sweet group of people. Just so you know, they are, I guess you could say… I don’t I don’t honestly know what the right clinical phrase is, they are “low functioning”. I don’t know if that’s appropriate or not, so forgive me.
But anyway, our church goes in every Sunday and gives a church service. And usually we give like a little 15-20 minute devotional kind of thought, and I’m on a rotation. This was my Sunday. So I thought I would share what I gave them with you. So without further ado, out of 2 John 1:5-6, here’s me giving the devotional on “Walking in Love.”