Sermon Series
  • 1. Sustaining Grace: God's Favor Shown To His Suffering People

    Contributed on Apr 1, 2012
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    We can joyfully endure suffering through God's grace, not through our ability to endure it

    Purpose: To see suffering from God's viewpoint. Aim: I want the listener to apply God's solution to suffering. INTRODUCTION: Many times, when people are suffering they will say "I know that God has promised to never give you more than you can handle, but this time I think He may have given me more

  • 2. Sharing Grace: God's Favor Imitated By His People

    Contributed on Apr 1, 2012

    We are sharing the grace of God when we are imitating the God of grace. So, the question is, How did Christ display grace to us? There is no greater display of the grace of God than the Cross of Christ.

    Purpose: To describe who Christ's real followers are. Aim: I want the listener to imitate Christ's willingness to give His life. INTRODUCTION: The grace of God is so complete and full that we could never exhaust all there is to know about it. In an attempt to learn more about God's grace as we more

  • 3. Common Grace: God's Favor On All People

    Contributed on Apr 1, 2012
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    Today we are going to look at a different aspect of God's grace. God has a grace that saves us, but He also has a grace that He shows to everyone--whether they will go to heaven or not. It is called common grace.

    Purpose: To explain how God's demonstrates His grace to all. Aim: I want the listener to marvel at God's goodness and never take it for granted. INTRODUCTION: When we think about God's grace our minds usually go to John Newton's words: "Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch more