Sermons on Grace

Solas

Text: Various On October 31, 1517, a thirty-three year old priest named Martin Luther nailed 95 questions and statements to the door of The Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany.  The “theses” were designed to spark discussion about some of the practices and theology of the Church…but they did more than that.  Luther’s action ignited a movement…

The Relentless Love of Christ

Romans 8 concludes with a celebration of triumph for the enduring love of God for His people. The amazing promise of 8:28 is followed by rich evidences of God’s love. We discover that He loved you from eternity past (8:29-30). He loves you in the present moment, especially when the voices of condemnation and unworthiness…

But God

After coming through the gloom and stark reality of our basic fallen nature in Eph 2:1-3, Paul is now able to demonstrate the contrast between what we were by nature and what we are by grace. He describes the reason God rescued us (his own mercy), our status as coheirs of Christ (seated with him),…

Failing Forward

Have you ever failed repeatedly? What about failing in such grand form that you felt you could never get up? One thing is for sure in this life…you and I will fail. Spiritually-speaking that is because we are failures. But God is rich in mercy, and He is the God of second chances who is…

Grace Plunge

Once Jonah was hurled into the sea and then rescued by the fish God had sovereignly appointed, he begins to recount the horrors of his near death experience. It is clear in reading this account that he took full responsibility for his plight. In this place of helplessness and human hopelessness, Jonah began to pray…