Spirit of Grace Ministries
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(The audio recordings run approximately 12 minutes, and make a great morning devotional. Feel free to download as many as you like and play them in your car player as you go to work.)


Acceptance - Key to Relationships - 354 A study of Paul's admonition to accept one another just as Christ has accepted us. article / mp3

Two Kinds - 353 When it comes to people, and events, and ministry, and families, and nearly everything else, there are two kinds. A study of the efficacy of and the need for prayer in every situation. article / mp3

Lamps and Lampstands - 352 Thoughts on lamps and the need every lamp has for its own lampstand (We are Christ's lamps). article / mp3

Goodness and Severity of God, The - 351 Paul admonishes us to "behold the goodness and severity of God." A study of why we must consider both these concepts. article / mp3

Feeding on Jesus 350 - More insights on the importance of feeding on Jesus Christ as we read the Scriptures. article / mp3

Check out ALL of our devos on our Devo Catalog page!


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Missions Outreach

A major part of Spirit of Grace Ministries is our ministry in the great continent of Africa. There is a tremendous harvest going on in the world these days, and we are privileged to be a part of it. Above is a brief music video featuring video clips and pics from our recent mission in Magodes, Uganda.

Audio Devo: "Why is there suffering?"

People have debated this question for millennia. And we cannot speak concerning specific individual questions of suffering, but the Bible clearly speaks as to why suffering has always been a part of the human experience.