Sermon Series
  • 1. God Is Gracious

    Contributed on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 80 ratings

    God’s love toward us is unconditional.

    God is gracious. What does that mean? That God has good manners? That He’s courteous? No. "God’s grace is His free and unmerited favor". Let’s examine that. God’s grace is "unmerited". It is undeserved. It is unearned. It is purely a gift. We receive good things from God, not in response to more

  • 2. God Is Compassionate

    Contributed on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 50 ratings

    God is compassionate toward us, because he created us, and because Christ became one of us.

    When you picture God, what do you see? What kind of mental picture do you get when you think of God? Do you see God as a kind, jolly old fellow, sort of like Santa Claus or a favorite uncle? Do you see Him wearing a robe and crown, sitting on a throne? Is he holding a lightning bolt, like Zeus, more

  • 3. God Is Powerful

    Contributed on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 79 ratings

    God is sovereign over all things, from the fates of nations to the details of our own lives. Therefore, He is worthy of our trust and confidence.

    For the past couple of weeks, we’ve been looking at some of the attributes of God; trying to better understand what God is like. So far, we’ve considered God’s goodness and His wisdom. This morning we’re going to look at what the Bible has to say about His power. After all, what good would it do us more

  • 4. God Is Wise

    Contributed on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 101 ratings

    God’s unlimited knowledge and wisdom are greater than ours, and form a basis for faith and hope.

    How many sent children off to school this week? How many for the first time? Here’s a question: Why? [Other than because it’s the law, or to get them out of your hair] What is it you’re hoping they’ll learn there? Math, reading, science, history . . . but is that all? No, of course not. You hope more

  • 5. God Is Good

    Contributed on Mar 31, 2001
    based on 75 ratings

    God is good. He always does what is right, and always acts for the good of those who follow Christ.

    How many of you say grace at meals? At our house, we divide it up by days. So on Monday, I give thanks, on Tuesday, it’s my wife, and so on. That arrangement at least eliminates arguments over whose turn it is to pray, although enthusiasm for the task varies considerably. We don’t have a set more