God isn't fair, and that's a good thing, says Joseph Tkach, president of Grace Communion International. If we received what was "fair," we would not like the results! But God gives us grace instead, and that changes everything. It is good news for us, and it changes our life for the good.
Here are the transcripts of 287 short messages by Joseph Tkach - transcripts of the "Speaking of Life" video series. Each week, he comments on some aspect of life and faith. Included in this compilation are all the programs available on the GCI website as of April 3, 2016.
In this lay-level commentary, Joseph Tkach explains lessons we can learn from various stories in the Gospel of John. The more we learn about Jesus, the more we learn about ourselves as well. With an overview chapter by Jim Herst, a chapter by Paul Kroll, and two studies by Michael Morrison
If God is all-powerful and all-loving, why doesn't he do something about the pain and sorrow being experienced by the people he supposedly loves? How can he wipe hundreds of thousands of people out in earthquakes, tsunamis, floods and famines? Why doesn't he stop war, terrorism, and child abuse? Why doesn't he do something about the evil that lurks in the hearts of all of us? Well, he has.
This is the story of how the Worldwide Church of God was transformed by biblical truth. For nearly 70 years the church, founded by Herbert W. Armstrong, preached a “different gospel.” Eight years after Armstrong died, the church renounced its unorthodox teachings and embraced historic Christianity. What happened? Joseph Tkach tells this remarkable account of the transforming power of the gospel.