When choosing between judgment and mercy, choose mercy because that’s how God responds to us.
The story of Jacob’s favor focuses on the question of our ability to be used by God, and demonstrates that the nature of His grace is completely independent of human effort.
Throughout our lives, we encounter both triumphs and tragedies. Victories and struggles. In all of them, God’s grace is constant, as we will see through the child God gives Sarah, the comfort God gives Abraham, the water God gives Hagar, and the Salvatio
Sermon Notes October 2, 2011 FBCam Grace When You Need it Most Genesis 6:8-22 During the Hurricane, news cameras were there to capture a rescue of a man and his daughter. Hanging onto a tree, less than 100 yards from raging water that would have swept them away. RESCUED just in time. Gen 6:8 But […]
Finding Yourself in the Psalms Psalm 143 A Psalm of Surrender to God’s Grace Important THEOLOGY: • 2 DEPRAVITY • 10 HOLY SPIRIT Important PRACTICAL: • 8 “I waited patiently” In Psalm 143, there is a CRISIS, but it the crisis is the RESULT of DAVID’S SIN There is HOPE. There is FORGIVENESS. 1 John […]