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Remember the simplicity and the beauty of Christ being our Savior.
C.S. Lewis arrived at a meeting a little late with enthusiastic debate already in progress. Lewis inquired about the subject of the conversation. He was told that the debate focused on the single most important issue that distinguishes Christianity from all other religions. “That’s easy,” Lewis said, “It’s grace.” That would be hard to argue. We consider that word today. For in this one word, we find the essence of the Gospel.
Series leading up to Easter about what Jesus taught the disciples in the Upper Room. Theme for this sermon: You must trust Christ to be saved.
Obediently sharing an indescribable, irrepressible, priceless, glad-making gift with as many that will receive it (Him!). This is to God's credit. 56 minutes
Salvation is granted by grace, mercy, and love. Salvation is received by faith, through belief, and by calling on the name of the Lord.
Notice something about driving in Missouri… legal U Turns are hard to find? In some states, U turns are allowed and perfectly legal. U turns are helpful if you’re headed in the wrong direction and need to get back on course quickly. There are places that U turns are dangerous…U turns just aren’t allowed. And one of those places is in the Kingdom of God. One of those places is on the narrow road of discipleship learning as we follow in the footsteps of Jesus.
These last two verses of James put into focus the importance of outreach and calling to spiritually disconnected people for those who have a living, active faith.
To recover means to bring back to a normal position or condition. If we take this definition and lay it up against the story of the Bible what we discover is that the Bible is a book on recovery. It’s the original recovery manual. Join us as we take a closer look at the message of recovery within the pages of scripture.