Tag Archives: grace

Such Were Some of You

Jeremiah 8:12 – Were they ashamed when they had committed abomination? nay, they were not at all ashamed, neither could they blush: therefore shall they fall among them that fall: in the time of their visitation they shall be cast down, … Continue reading

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The Forever Consequences

The whole sermon if worth watching but I thought that from around the 30 minute mark on-wards it was a message that needs to be heard. How we get grace. The forever consequences of unbelief and hardening your heart. The … Continue reading

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Testimonies to the Resurrection

Sunday when the church gathers, it remembers that He rose on the first day of the week, and that’s why we meet when we do. The significance of the resurrection The resurrection is not just one element in the Christian … Continue reading

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The Love of God – Part 1

Gods love manifest in various way… Number one, common grace. Common grace is an old term but it’s a good one, it means there are certain kindnesses and goodnesses that God does commonly and we see it in the world. … Continue reading

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Jesus: Glory, Grace and God

The most essential doctrine in the Christian Faith John opens his gospel with 18 verses that we would call a prologue, a prologue. This is John talking theologically. Starting in verse 19 he goes into the narrative part of it … Continue reading

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Hope through the curse

Key verses in Isaiah about Christ Now admittedly, we have gone through Isaiah 52:13 through 53:12, that great portion of Scripture, because that’s the high point of the Old Testament disclosure of the person of Christ and His work. Everything … Continue reading

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The Law vs. Grace

Cyrus Scofield states: “The most obvious and striking division of the Word of truth is that between law and grace. Indeed, these contrasting principles characterize the two most important dispensations: the Jewish and Christian. “For the law was given by … Continue reading

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