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When Edward Everett Hale was Chaplain of the Senate, someone asked him, Do you pray for the senators, Dr. Hale? He replied, No, I look at the senators and I pray for the country. We all need to receive the Grace of God. It Is All About Grace!
Scripture: Matthew 20:1-20:16
Paul’s conflict with Peter serves as a model for dealing with controversy. A look at both the source and soloution to conflict.
Consider what will happen when God is gracious to us. 1- His face will shine on us 2- His ways will be made known on earth
Series: Book of Psalms
Scripture: Psalms 67:1-67:7
Paul concludes his letter to the Galatians with an emphasis on the central theme of the Gospel: The Cross. Relating the Cross to the False Teachers, Himself, and all Believers.
Scripture: Galatians 6:11-6:18
Tags: Faith Vs. Works
"Grace and peace to you ..." Eighteen times we hear this exact greeting or a variation in the pages of the New Testament. Why is this the favored greeting of the apostles?
God’s power to save is pure and perfect. It is the gospel of Jesus Christ. Nothing more, nothing less.
Series: Studies in Galatians
Contributor: Greg Nance (393 sermons shared)
Scripture: Galatians 1:1-1:24
Paul explains how God is for us and not against us. 1- God is for us - He gave up His son for us 2- God is for us - He graciously gives to us 3- God is for us - He grants victory over all
Series: Book of Romans
Scripture: Romans 8:31-8:39
Our text tells us about the grace of God and what it does for us. 1- The grace of God brings salvation 2- The grace of God teaches how to live 3- The grace of God gives hope
Scripture: Titus 2:11-2:15
Yes there are times when life can make us feel "Sucked in, washed up, and Blown over" Yet in the midst of what the world offers .....we can have peace. "Peace I leave with you ... Peace I give to you. I do not give to you as the world gives.
Examines the introduction to Galatians to introduce the series. Considers the Apostolic Authority of the letter and two major themes: God’s Grace and Glorifying God by life in the Spirit
Scripture: Galatians 1:1-1:5
Tags: Apologetics The Bible