Exploring Grace

I had to put this baby photo in. There’s something so catchy about a baby’s laughter. It shortens the distance between the brain and the heart. The heart and the emotions kick in and endorphins flow. It’s a quick route to joy. I’ve been reading Ephesians for the past few days and have been warmed […]

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UnfailingGrace is all about the promotion of New Covenant Grace and the empowered life we live loved and accepted by God. Grace is so radical that it offends those who want to add their good deeds to the faith that brings righteousness. We are saved through faith in Jesus alone. Grace is the empowering presence […]

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Good question! The subject of Grace needs not to be turbulent, but when folks hold on to outdated religious views they will resist anything that challenges those views. The New Testament is full of accounts of that conflict, as is the history of the Christian church. It seems that there is a strong reluctance to let […]

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After a wonderful Christmas it’s time to direct our attention to the coming year, 2020. First, HAPPY NEW YEAR to you and your family. Second, FEAR NOT!  The encouragement to not fear occurs a number of times in the New Testament. Fear is such a human trait. For the most part a defense mechanism, usually […]

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Grace is intrinsically linked with the Lordship of Jesus. Grace cannot be Grace without Jesus having exclusive position and authority. In the past God spoke to our ancestors through the prophets at many times and in various ways, but in these last days he has spoken to us by his Son, whom he appointed heir […]

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There is so much to say about Grace. Much more than will fit into one page or even into a website. However, it is helpful to put into succinct form what we have in mind when we’re talking about Grace. In other words, this page sets up the context of our understanding and emphasis. You […]

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It would be wonderful to think that GRACE is revolutionary on its own. It certainly came over that way when first presented in the New Testament. Jesus’ death and resurrection, and the coming of the Spirit paved the way for the introduction of Grace. All believers in Jesus are made righteous without the need for […]

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I received this article by Ray Hollenbach via an email from SermonCentral.com. I thought it was worthy of your attention so here is a portion of it. Enjoy, and click on the Read the full article button for the whole article. It’s good! – David Crabtree Do We Preach A Grace That’s Too Small? Contributed […]

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The Apostle Paul is adamant that he had taught the genuine and full gospel to his hearers. In fact, Paul’s Gospel (The Gospel of Christ) was the only complete and true Gospel. Any addition to this gospel made it a false gospel and cursed. Strong words indeed!

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It’s true! God can’t help himself! He is wonderfully good and kind and will not change. He is just incorrigible about His kindness. “For God so loved the world He sent His Son…” (John 3:16). I’m not so sure how we (Christians) decided that we needed an angry, wrathful God to motivate sinners and believers […]

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