Speaking of Life

Speaking of Life logoDr. Joseph Tkach, president of Grace Communion International, comments each week, giving a biblical perspective on how we live in the light of God's love. Most programs are about three minutes long – available in video, audio, and text.
Have you ever wondered how many laws there are in the Old Testament? (4.88 minutes)

Previous Programs

Have you ever considered how much of a sacrifice Jesus made by becoming one of us? (3.58 minutes)
What can we say that will bring some comfort for those who have lost loved ones in such a tragic event? (3.00 minutes)
When the greatest king of all came to earth as a human being, he came in simplicity, not with all the attendant pomp and ceremony of human kings. (2.97 minutes)
Everybody has secrets. Some secrets remain hidden for centuries. However, there is someone who knows all of it – the whole truth, and nothing but the truth. (4.00 minutes)
As I get older, I find myself living in a world that is changing faster than I can. I was warned this would happen. And now I find myself looking back to the "good old days." (4.00 minutes)
Most Christians celebrate a form of "thanksgiving" more often than they realize. (3.57 minutes)
Grace is not a spiritual supplement that God provides because we can’t keep his law, it is the love and freedom-producing action of God that reconstitutes humanity into an entirely new creation, that transformed us and gave us new life that no amount of law keeping could sustain. (3.53 minutes)
The Bible is known as the “good book,” but many people don’t seem to know what it’s good for. Some people think it's good for everything, for every question. (3.30 minutes)
Imagine if we could all present the gospel the way Jesus said to – by letting our light shine in such a way that people are won over instead of put off. (3.08 minutes)
Authentic Christianity is not another religion. It’s about becoming who Jesus created us to be – not a matter of prioritizing our life to make Jesus number one on our to-do list. (3.77 minutes)

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