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  • Matt Williams

    Contributing sermons since Feb 8, 2012
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Grace Church
Greenville, South Carolina 29615
(864) 284-0122

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  • Cracks

    Contributed on Feb 8, 2012
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    In 1 Kings, we see the story of a decline of a nation. They go from being a wealthy favored nation to losing it all and becoming slaves. There is much we can learn from this historic book of the Bible.

    Introduction: 1 Kings is written about events that happened about 1000 BC. Life was very different then which makes some of what we read in 1 Kings hard to understand and relate to. Even so, there is much that we can learn from this historical book of the Bible. In it we see the story of decline ...read more

  • Forever

    Contributed on Feb 8, 2012
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    We are created to live forever but we live in a world that is constrained and confined. This series seeks to help us to look beyond this world to eternity and its current implications for our lives today.

    Introduction: We are created to live forever but we live in a world that is constrained and confined. This series seeks to help us to look beyond this world to eternity and its current implications for our lives today. We each have things in us, “tells”, that tell us that we are made ...read more

  • The Religious Wrong

    Contributed on Feb 8, 2012
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    Matt helps us see through this story how we can and need to engage religious people in our culture to help them understand the gospel.

    Introduction: It is our responsibility to engage the culture with the gospel. God calls us to send us out. In the story of Nicodemus, we see Jesus confront a religious person with the truth of what it means to be a member in the Kingdom of God. Matt helps us see through this story how we ...read more

  • Immoral And Engaged

    Contributed on Feb 8, 2012
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    Our faith is something that is personal but it is not to be private. Following Jesus is not a private matter.

    Passage: John 4: Vs. 5-6 This reveals Jesus’ humanity- very hot, tired and thirsty. (Fully God but also fully man) Vs. 7-9 Tension because Jesus is speaking to a Samaritan women. This would be unusual due to racial, national, religious, and gender issues. The Samaritan’s were ...read more