Give Up to Grow Up - Win the Day

Give Up to Grow Up

Air Date: 11/2/20 - Have you ever had to lose one thing to gain something much better? That principle also applies to your spiritual life. Today Pastor Nat shares what it means to give up your “try-harder” mode and instead, rest in God’s grace. Discover the freedom of giving up in order to grow up! 

Back to the Bible Presents: Nat Crawford
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Thank you for this encouragement, I need this today and evry day.
Thank you, Deborah for the encouraging words and perspective. Yes, the teaching was never meant to satisfy us, but to long for more of God's goodness. Taste and see that the Lord is good!
Thank you for your teaching today. I , too miss your longer teaching. There have been believers around the world, in dire situations , that only had one page of the Bible while cut off from church or other believers. Some , depended on scripture memorized. We are given a drop of honey ,with your shorter teaching...that can propel us forward , longing for more. Back to the bible has pod casts and you have given us deeper studies on line....God promises to provide wisdom. We must mine the depth of scripture...each of us on our own...I know your commitment to strengthen the things that remain...I am grateful...thank-you pastor Nat
Thank you for your kind words. We recognize that we have seasons in life and ministry. And we decided this season of ministry means a shift to shorter Bible teaching messages. The apostle Paul said, "This one thing I do." We want to help people with one thing each day to move closer to Jesus. So for this season, we are focusing on this one thing. But don't worry. We're still committed to and believe in traditional, long-form Bible preaching. So stick with us and be on the lookout.
Thank you for the kind words. We recognize that we have seasons in life and ministry. And we decided this season of ministry means a shift to shorter Bible teaching messages. The apostle Paul said, "This one thing I do." We want to help people with one thing each day to move closer to Jesus. So for this season, we are focusing on this one thing. But don't worry. We're still committed to and believe in traditional, long-form Bible preaching. So stick with us and be on the look out.
I missed the longer message. I look forward to those everyday to start my day.
I was sad this was so short today (11/2) I missed the full 30 minute teaching that starts my day. Thanks for all you do.