The Importance Of Works

#022: The Importance Of Works [Podcast]

This week I want to talk about the importance of works.

I know what you are thinking… really? Phil Drysdale is going to talk about the importance of works?


Well buckle up because I sure am and I’m not going to sugar coat the topic either.

How to listen

  • You can listen to this podcast using the player at the top of this post – just hit play.
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I’m just back from England and will be heading to Switzerland, Germany and back over to England again in the coming weeks.

If you want to find out more about these trips and other trips I have scheduled for later in the year you head over to my itinerary

If you are in one of the areas I’ll be visiting this year and would like to host a meeting please do send me an email and we can discuss the possibilities of this. I’ve also got a couple spots open towards the end of 2014 for completely separate trips if you would like to host me.

Can you help me out?

It would bless me so much if you like this podcast if you could subscribe to it in iTunes and leave a review. This helps more people find the podcast and grow in their walk with Christ.


I mentioned I would link to some helpful resources regarding living by grace through faith so here are some I recommend you start with:

My free eBook – You Do Not Have A Sinful Nature
Podcast on Faith – “Stop Trying To Grow Your Faith – Lose It!”
Blog on discovering your righteousness – ““Stop Working On Your Sin! Start Discovering Your Righteousness!”

There are lots and lots more on these topics but they are good places to start if you are new. You might also like the New Here page


I’d love to hear your thoughts, insights and any questions you may have in the comments section below – thanks for sharing!

Intro/Extro Music used with permission from St. Theodore

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