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Freedom!

What does the Bible mean by freedom when it says that the Son will set us free? In this sermon, Chad helps us to understand the biblical meaning of freedom from John 8:31-38.

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Free Indeed

‘They may take away our lives, but they’ll never take our freedom!’ cried William Wallace of Braveheart. Then he gave that inimitable yell: ‘FREEDOM!’ Just thinking of these lines makes one’s blood flow fast. The word freedom is important to our Western world and its culture. Unfortunately, though, there has not always been agreement on […]

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Grace's Endless Kindness

As we open the Bible to that grand passage of amazing grace, Ephesians 2:1-10, we discover that God’s grace is immeasurably extended to us throughout all eternity.

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Grace's Endless Kindness

Philip Ryken writes that his ‘friend found out he was sick right before Easter.’ And to everyone’s surprise, he had liver cancer – ‘a death sentence, as it turned out.’ He notes that just eight weeks later they laid him to rest with ‘songs of praise, words of testimony, and many tears.’ He described his […]

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Grace's Precious Testimony

In this sermon on Acts 20:24, we seek to show that the infinite abundance of God’s costly grace compels us to give the gospel away to as many people as we can.

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Grace's Precious Testimony

In his book The Prodigal God, Tim Keller describes a conversation with a woman who attended his church in New York City. Like many Christians, she had grown up with a performance-based approach to the Christian life. She had always heard that God will only accept us if we lead a good, moral life. Now […]

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Grace's Perpetual Abundance

There are two things we can do with everything that God has given to us – our time, our money, our abilities, and all our opportunities in life. Either we can keep them for ourselves or else we can give them away for Jesus. The temptation to think only in terms of our limited resources […]

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Grace's Clarifying Perspective

The Apostle Paul had an amazing combination of humility and boldness. On the one hand, he had such a crushing awareness of his sin that he thought of himself as ‘the chief of sinners’ (1 Tim. 1:15). On the other hand, he had such absolute confidence in God that he was ready to go out […]

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