Sermons on “Grace”

The Prophet Who Got A Second Chance

The book of Jonah teaches us that a day of judgment is coming. Human beings are accountable to God for the way we spend our lives, on this earth. For the people of Nineveh, their day of reckoning had come. The prophet announced a message of doom, in 40 days the great city would be destroyed. But God is not only just, He is also willing to forgive. Jonah’s warning urges people in every age not to wait until it is too late to cry out to the Lord in repentance in faith.

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The Prophet Who Ran Away

You cannot run from God. This was a lesson the prophet Jonah had to learn the hard way. God called him to go to Nineveh, but he did not want to obey, so he jumped on a boat heading in the opposite direction. We may flee from the Lord because we don’t want to deal with our failures, or because we do not want to surrender our lives to God’s will. No matter how determined we might be, we can’t get away. Sooner or later we must face Him, so instead of running from God we should run towards His arms of grace.

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Core Value: Eternal Security

We’ve been discussing the core values of Grace Gospel Church, those essential characteristics that define our congregation and guide all of our ministries. We found assurance this week in the salvation that Christ gives. God does not want us to live in uncertainty or fear but to know where we stand and where we are headed.

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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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Don’t Be a Fool!

In the Bible, a fool is someone who lacks common sense. He is rash, and reckless, and irresponsible. His decisions get him into all kinds of trouble. He is often his own worst enemy. His problem is not so much with his mind, but in his heart. It is not an intellectual deficiency, but a spiritual issue. Every one of us is capable of acting foolishly, and making ill-advised decisions. That’s why we need to ask the Lord for wisdom.

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1 Peter

It’s not easy to follow Christ in a pagan culture. That was especially true for early Christians, many of whom were looked upon with suspicion, slandered, and treated as outcasts by neighbors. How does one respond to these kinds of adversities? The Apostle Peter encouraged his readers to look to the example of Christ. When others hurls insults upon the Lord, He did not retaliate. When suffering, He made no threats, but entrusted Himself to the One who judges righteously.

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