Posted On November 24, 2020

Faith in the Promise

by | Nov 24, 2020 | Warriors of Grace, Featured

On today’s Warriors of Grace show, Dave continues the Snapshots of Grace series, looking at Hebrews 11:11-12 and Abraham’s experiences with God and the promises of God, why waiting on the Lord means to rely on Him, and requires study and trust in the attributes of God.

What you’ll hear in this episode

  • Why Abraham’s experience with God shows how God deals with His people through His promises.
  • Why the promises of God are great beyond all reckoning.
  • Why waiting upon the Lord means to rely on him.
  • Why waiting on the Lord requires study and trust his attributes.
  • How God has designed salvation to work is in a manner that leaves all glory to Christ alone.

Thanks for listening to this episode of Warriors of Grace!

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