The Parable of the Laborers in the Vineyard

The Parable of The Marriage Feast

Gary Wilkerson and Joshua West dive deep into the "Parable of the Marriage Feast" from Matthew 22:1-14, unpacking its themes of invitation, rejection, and divine generosity. They discuss the significance of being called to God's Kingdom and the importance of extending this invitation to others, highlighting the balance between God's love and judgment. Through personal reflections and theological insights, they offer a compelling view on evangelism, obedience, and the transformative power of God's love in Christian life.


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These Men Have Been with Jesus
David Wilkerson (1931-2011)

The more someone is with Jesus, the more that person becomes like Christ in purity, justice, holiness and love. In turn, their pure walk produces in them a great boldness for God.

Jesus Chases - Psalm 35
Gary Wilkerson

Gary Wilkerson explores how believers can move from fear to victory in spiritual battles, emphasizing God's active role in chasing away our enemies.

Test the Spirits (1 John 4:1-6)
Joshua West

Joshua West guides Christians in discerning authentic spiritual guidance amidst modern-day deceptions.

The Parable of the Tenants

In this episode of the Gary Wilkerson Podcast, Gary Wilkerson and Joshua West explore the Parable of the Tenants from Matthew 25, unpacking its messages about lordship, judgment, and the Kingdom of God.

BEST OF: Avoiding the Ditches of Cheap Grace and Legalism

Joshua West joins the Gary Wilkerson Podcast to discuss identifying legalism or extreme grace in our personal worldview.

The Vision Audio Podcast

The Vision is a prayerfully compiled exploration of David Wilkerson’s vision about the world and church’s future. Natural disasters, corporate corruption and social scandals now play a regular part in our daily news, and while many might advocate blindly hoping for a brighter future, David’s book offers straightforward truth and a more Biblical response to horrific calamities and modern society’s rampant struggles.


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