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Sermons on “Faith”

Grumbling in the Desert

The book of Numbers describes Israel’s journey through the desert. The Lord guided them from Mt. Sinai to the edge of the Promised Land. We might expect the sound of rejoicing would have filled the camp, but the opposite was true. Everyday the people found a new reason to complain. When our journey is filled with challenges, we can either grumble, allowing ourselves to be weighed down with despair, or we can trust the Lord to guide us through.

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Core Value: The Gospel

We’ve been discussing the core values of Grace Gospel Church, those essential characteristics that define our congregation and guide all of our ministries. This week we learned that the greatest love story of all time is found in the Bible, the gospel. Christ loves us so much He was willing to go to unbelievable lengths to save us.

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Core Values: Saved by Grace

We’ve been discussing the core values of Grace Gospel Church, those essential characteristics that define our congregation and guide all of our ministries. This week we talked about why the message of Gods grace is so important to us. Scripture shows us that we are saved by grace, not our works, leaving no room to boast.

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Do Not Trust In Princes

It is easy to get caught up in the political frenzy, especially during an election season. There are so many problems in our world we become desperate for someone who can offer real solutions. We wonder: “Isn’t there someone who can set things right or give us hope for a better future?” What we often forget is that no earthly leader can fix what is broken in the world. It doesn’t matter how noble their intentions might be. The solution we seek can only be found in God.

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Half Empty or Half Full?

It is so easy for us to become overwhelmed by all of the negative things going on in the world today. And all of us go through difficult circumstances in the course of our lives that might discourage us. But God doesn’t want His people to preoccupied with the negative, He wants us to keep our eyes fixed on Him

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