When life is in danger because of a fire, we tend to look to the Fire Department. When a boat is lost at sea sinking, we tend to look to the Coast Guard. There are so many forces on earth that we look to for the rescue and preservation of our life, our property and our freedom that we can easily forget the one force that we can’t call up on the telephone, write a letter to, or tweet @. Complaining about our problems is OK. Grievances should be voiced. But don’t forget to look UP and remember the one who has brought you this far and is looking forward to you letting Him, bring you further.
The world has spent much of 2020 talking about “these difficult times.” For all people, difficult times come again and again all over the world. How do you continue to move forward; how do you cope; how do you console yourself in ‘these times’? An understanding of where we are in time and space in addition to who we are meant to be and what the goal post looks like could help in keeping our heads up and our feet forward. Discover where that understanding starts with this message from Pastor Harrison.
Pastor Glenn • Grace United Family Church • Sermon • • 11 views • 35:31
"Preach the Gospel." To every creature under heaven. "Make disciples. Of all nations." "This is my body. This is my blood." Fifth Sundays at Grace United is when we partake of the Lord's Table, also called "Communion." Come with Grace United as we explore again, for the first time, why the Lord left us here instead of taking us home to heaven after He salvaged those who responded to the Gospel: That our God reigns. That salvation is found only in Christ.
The Book of Acts
Scott Crawford • Wainwright Evangelical Free Church • Sermon • • 8 views • 42:03
Our visiting speaker, Scott Crawford, encourages us to represent Jesus well, being filled with the Holy Spirit and the love which He so freely gives.
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Key-verse: "Neither is there salvation in any other: for there is none other name under Heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved" (ACTS 4:12). Salvation is the theme of this great key-verse; but what is meant by the term "salvation"? When anyone is saved does it simply mean that he is saved from…