#39: On my testimony of salvation.

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In this episode of Ministry Minded, I share my salvation testimony, the story of how God drew me to himself. It’s not that I suppose my testimony is crucial to tell; rather, I think each of our stories are equally important. No testimony of salvation is “better” or greater than the other. Each of us have a story, and each one is important in its own right for the simple fact that God’s grace shines differently on all of our lives. More than that, though, we’re all apart of a grander story, one that’s playing out right under our noses, whether we realize it or not. That story is God’s story, his story of grace, the story of redemption — and I, for one, am enthralled that he has chosen me to play a part in it.

Resources.

Grace: So Much More Than You Know and So Much Better Than You Think, Brad J. Gray

Grace for Grace: Letters of Rev. William James, William James

Sola: How the Five Solas Are Still Reforming the Church, Jason K. Allen and contributors

Christ Alone Exalted: In the Perfection and Encouragements of the Saints, Notwithstanding Sins and Trials, Tobias Crisp

Sponsor.

This episode is brought to you by the Christian Standard Bible. Find out more by going to CSBible.com.

Notes.

I’m Brad Gray and I currently live in South Florida with my wife (Natalie) and daughter (Lydia). Besides pastoring, I spend most of my time writing, reading, and ministering in many more ways. My sole aim is to proclaim the timeless message of God’s gospel of grace in everything I do and say. Whether through the written or spoken word, my priority remains sharing and upholding the good news Christ’s life, death, and resurrection for sinners.

Credits.

Intro music: “West Coast” by Ryan Little, licensed under CC BY 4.0.