Introducing “A Servants Heart” Podcast. In today’s episode the host John Williams discusses his road to salvation and his journey to becoming a podcaster.

John speaks of his passion to reach the lost as well has lifting up and restoring the fallen brothers and sisters in Christ. John’s goal in this episode is to teach and disciple others in biblical principles to help equip listeners to navigate through the world and encourage others to reach the lost. John talks about how we need to choose who we will serve as mentioned in Joshua 24.

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    John Williams 2 years ago

    Christopher thank you for listening and commenting. I’d like to address something you wanted to correct. First, I spoke of our sin and how we are saved from God’s wrath as a result of our sin. Second, Matthew 6 33; if you look back at the context he is talking about how we are being anxious of what to eat, wear, and drink. Giving a small example of how we can get caught up in worrying about how, what, when and where these “things” will come. God knows our needs and we must prioritize our thoughts as it says in 2 Cor.5 “we are to take captive every thought to the obedience of Christ.” To make Him priority in ALL we do and think and say. All of these other needs we have He will take care of. I hope that sheds some light on where I am coming from. In Episode 2 I dig a little deeper into “being anxious for nothing”. Again, Thank you for listening and for your comment.

  2. Christopher VanDusen 2 years ago

    Thank you for the podcast brother. I just had a couple of corrections. First, in Matthew 2, Joseph is told to call the Child Jesus, “for He will save His people from their sins”, so we’re not only saved from God’s wrath, but from our sins as well. Second, when Jesus says, “seek first God’s kingdom and His righteousness, and all these things will be added to you”, the “these things” are the necessary food, drink, and clothing that He was just talking about, so in 1 sense of the word “worldly”, God does provide “worldly” things for us. Of course, it would be better to use the word “earthly” or “physical”, but someone could legitimately call them “worldly”.

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