Spirit of Grace Ministries
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.)


GRACE Has Appeared - 446 This is a study of the classic passage from Paul's letter to Titus, where he announce that "grace has appeared," and this grace teaches us some very important things. article / mp3

Who May Abide in God? - 443 A study of Psalm 15 and the answer to that famous question: "Who may abide in Your tabernacle...?" article / mp3

Waiting for Our Master - 441 Dennis teaches on a powerful series of illustrations given by Jesus to encourage us to always be watching for His return. article / mp3

Job's Second Complaint - 440 Job not only complained about how he, a good man, would have to suffer so much, but he also had a second complaint. Why do the wicked prosper and do so well in life? article / mp3

Assuming Salvation - 437 The Bible warns us to not assume we are saved without first testing ourselves. The dangers of the worst assumption of all. article / mp3

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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 Sengerema, Tanzania.

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.