Hello and WELCOME to episode 59 of the #AskSteveAustin Podcast, featuring Drew Hale and Tullian Tchividjian, with Steve Austin. This show is sponsored by Audible.com – sign up for your free month’s membership at audibletrial.com/asksteveaustin!
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- Featured songs in today’s episode: Hard Lessons from a Looking Glass, Pieces (feat. Vince Gill), Pills (written by Drew’s wife, Emily)
Tullian’s Tweetable Moments:
- Grace is a Divine vulgarity.
- In the world of performancism, success equals life and failure is tantamount to death.
- What we do is important, but it is infinitely less important than what Jesus has done for us.
- Christianity is not about good people getting better.
- Rebellion and conformity are often opposite sides of the same coin.
- There’s a big difference in grace a lot vs. grace alone.