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Sermons on Grace

God’s Grace is Greater

Psalm 51 The way to truly obtain God’s grace is to first experience brokenness over sin. Five aspects of God’s grace: 1. The Context of God’s Grace 2. The Plea for God’s Grace (1-6) 3. The Work of God’s Grace (7-12) 4. The Response to God’s Grace (13-17) 5. The Corporate Nature of God’s Grace (18-19)

The Greatest Servant of All

John 13:1–20 Following Christ means receiving his loving service and then exemplifying it  Five aspects of Christ’s love (1) A perfect love (1-3) (2) A humble love (4-5) (3) A contingent love (6-8) (4) A determining love (9-11; 18-19) (5) A reproducing love (12-17; 20)

Saved by Grace

We deserved God’s wrath but we were made trophies of grace so we might live a life God has called us to live. This passage answers three necessary questions to properly understand salvation: 1. What were we apart from Christ? Spiritually Dead (1-3) 2. What are we with Christ Spiritually Alive (4-7) 3. What was it all for? God’s Glory (8-10)

But God Meant It for Good

“…But God Meant It For Good.” Remarkable faith comes from embracing God’s complete sovereignty and unwavering faithfulness.   Genesis 50:15-26 1) The haunting fear of retribution (15-18) 2) The refreshing aroma of grace (19-21) 3) The lingering promise of visitation (22-26)

The Stolen Blessing and a Sovereign Will

Reliance upon our natural impulses, rather than God’s Word, for spiritual direction is insufficient and often brings big problems. A. Deception within the family  27:1-29 Scene 1: Isaac and Esau’s plan — 1-4 Scene 2: Rebekah and Jacob’s plan — 5-17 Scene 3: Jacob’s execution of the deceptive plan — 18-29 B. Distress within the family 27:30-46 Scene 4: The anguish of…

A Dysfunctional Family

Genesis 19:30-38 We must carefully consider what we do because the consequences of selfishness are far greater than we’d expect. Three questions from a very disturbing scene: Explanation—what happened here? Implications—what does this mean? Application—how does this apply to us and our church?