Steve McVey

Beyond An Angry God

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scandalous multifaced fathomless grace, restorative justice, our true identity, our union with Abba Father, and intimacy with a Triune God barely scratches the surface of this 40-minute power-packed PODCAST interview with Dr. Steve McVey.

 

Quotes:

“If you say you need to balance grace, you have zero understanding of what grace is.”<

“The idea you have grace on one side of a road and law or truth on the other side is an insult to the very nature of God”

“Sin is a matter of misbelief…a  person who sins is a person who falls short of their true identity.”

“When Jesus died on the cross was he punished? Yeah, but the punishment was from sin itself, it wasn’t from God…”

“I was a pastor for 21 years and I’m telling you if I had not come to understand the Abba of Jesus the way I do today, I would be an atheist right now.”

“You have to reject the false god to understand who the true God is.”

Dr. Steve McVey is an author and the president of Grace Walk Ministries.
To learn more you can go to www.gracewalk.org

 

Podcast intro and outro music by Wilde Assembly

Brent Lokker

Jason Clark is a writer, speaker, and lead communicator at A Family Story ministries. His mission is to encourage sons and daughters to grow sure in the love of an always-good heavenly Father. He and his wife, Karen, live in North Carolina with their three children.

3 Comments

  1. Tineke

    Holy moly, this was awesome! This really helped to put everything in a nutshell and I wrote down a lot of notes. Thank you so much, Steve. You have a lot to offer.

    You asked for ideas about who to have on the podcast. I’d love to hear more from Steve. It was easy to understand and clear. I’d also love to hear from Lloyd Clark. I believe that’s your dad, Jason? His articles on this site are the first few I read and the ones that changed my whole world in an instant. I’d love to hear his story and thoughts and experiences. Every article I’ve read from Lloyd has impacted my heart in a profound way. He has a truly important voice.

    Now, I think I can officially say that I have listened to every episode. What an enlightening journey! Thank you Jason and Thomas!

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    • Jason Clark

      I know! This was an awesome interview! Yes to another interview with Steve.

      And yes, we absolutely plan on talking with my dad, (Lloyd). He and my mom have been traveling some and we just haven’t been able to set a time that works for all of us yet but it is gonna happen.

      I will also let him know how blessed you have been by his writings! You should friend him on Facebook, I pull most of his articles from there as he is always writing encouraging words.

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      • Tineke Ziemer

        Thank you for letting me know. I will go find him on facebook!

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