Words of Grace

Words of Grace is the radio ministry of Benjamin Winslett, pastor of Flint River Primitive Baptist Church near Huntsville Alabama.

Biblical Principles for the Care of the Poor Radio Broadcasts – Flint River Primitive Baptist Church

Concepts such as poverty and the poor are often hijacked by political figures and redefined as mere statistics. In reality, poor people are just that – human beings with needs. While scripture does condemn laziness, it also consistently commands those with material resources to help and care for the impoverished. Join us for this episode … Continue reading "Biblical Principles for the Care of the Poor"
  1. Biblical Principles for the Care of the Poor
  2. Practical Applications from the Law
  3. Thou Wilt Not Leave My Soul In Hell

Coverage information:
Huntsville Alabama – Sundays at 8:30 a.m. on 101.3 FM and 1140 AM WBXR
Scottsboro Alabama – Sundays at 9:30 a.m. on 1330 AM WZCT
Tupelo Mississippi – Sundays at 5:30 p.m. on 105.7 FM and 940 AM WCPC
Augusta Georgia – Sundays at 3:30 p.m. on 1050 AM WFAM
Chattanooga Tennessee – Fridays at 8:00 p.m. on 103.3 FM and 1450 AM WLMR
Lexington Kentucky – Sundays at 2:00 p.m. 99.1 FM WJMM
Vevay Indiana – Sunday at 9:00 a.m. on 95.9 FM WKID
Worldwide, via the GraceAlone Radio Network

Recent episodes:

  • Concepts such as poverty and the poor are often hijacked by political figures and redefined as mere statistics. In reality, poor people are just that – human beings with needs. While scripture does condemn laziness, it also consistently commands those with material resources to help and care for the impoverished. Join us for this episode […]
  • The New Testament is emphatic that the Old Covenant law stands forever fulfilled in Christ Jesus. He kept it to a jot and a tittle in our stead. But just because the law is fulfilled doesn’t mean we can’t learn from it. First, there are often underlying practical reasons for many of the laws (touching […]
  • What did the Psalmist mean when he wrote of Christ, “For thou wilt not leave my soul in hell; neither wilt thou suffer thine Holy One to see corruption” in Psalm 16:10? Theories about this passage abound, but the truth is likely far simpler. Tune into this week’s episode of Words of Grace as we […]
  • As the hymnist John Newton wrote, “One there is above all others, well deserves the name of Friend; his is love beyond a brother’s, costly, free, and knows no end.” There really is no one else like Jesus Christ, and we confess that sentence is a vast understatement! In this message, we consider common reactions […]
  • Did Jesus know how much He would suffer before and during the cross? With absolute scriptural certainty, we can say yes! As Jesus rode into Jerusalem the week of His crucifixion, He knew all that He would suffer for the sins of His people. And yet He went, He drank of the bitter cup, He […]
  • Shortly after the Lord Jesus raised Lazarus from the dead,  a surprising individual offered a prophecy of the death of Christ. This man? An unbelieving high priest named Caiaphas! Although his meaning and the Lord’s intent was quite different, he nonetheless spoke of Christ’s death for a great body of people. Radio broadcast for March […]
  • Is empathy a sin? Unusual question, right? Believe it or not, there has been quite a bit of “chatter” recently on the subject of empathy in view of movements such as “woke-ism,” with some conservative Christian teachers going as far as to say that having empathy for another’s suffering is actually sinful. What are we […]
  • Have you ever noticed how the early disciples faced hardships with a different perspective than Old Testament saints? Take Job for instance. His sufferings initially resulted in much confusion and even bitterness in his heart. Yet when the Apostles were persecuted, they rejoiced. What made the difference? Tune in to this week’s episode of Words […]
  • The book of Job is quite unique,  an historical account of a family’s suffering written as a work of poetry, and full of sadness, bitterness, confusion, and even restoration and hope. But did you know there there are also pictures of Christ in Job? Join Ben Winslett for this episode of Words of Grace, in […]
  • Suffering is inescapable in this fallen, cursed world. Whether major issues such as a pandemic or regional ice storm, or our own personal battles with disease and affliction, every single one of us will suffer at some point in our lives. Turning to God’s word for counsel in times of trial, we find two great […]