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If you’re weary and bogged down, if you sometimes feel, like 1950’s recording artist Tennessee Ernie Ford did, that you owe your soul to the company store, you need to join Greg for The Real Love Story.
When humans think of authority, we think of power. But Jesus brings a new kind of authority — the authority of love. The authority to love. Jesus does not impose his authority, rather he rules by consent.
By God’s grace we can live free of guilt and shame — we can implicitly trust in God, just like a little child. We can come to know God in a magic moment, and live eternally with him in magic moments.
Our sermon considers not only the source of the love epitomized in Valentine’s Day, but the Source of love, the Good Shepherd, the King.
Didn’t Jesus say that we have to become perfect? Didn’t he say that we will never see his kingdom unless our righteousness surpasses that of the super-religious scribes and Pharisees of his day? So what is all this grace stuff about then?
The parables of Jesus are earthly stories with heavenly significance. In this, one of Jesus most well known parables, we discover more about the relationship God offers to us, by his grace.
Jesus is the only judge who, instead of insisting that those who a appear before him suffer and pay the consequences, suffers himself. Worship with us as we focus on our perfect, holy, merciful and loving Judge.
You won’t want to miss today's message — Greg introduces two celebrity guests, and a new line of Christian clothing!
Is the spiritual baggage you are carrying helping you on your journey with Christ, or is it bogging you down? How much carry-on baggage is allowed on God’s Grace Airlines?
Believe it or not, if your primary focus as a Christian is living a respectable life, you’re not living in Christ at all. If virtue is your primary goal, you’re not living in Him.