Sermon on grace and mercy
God's Grace and Mercy Part 1
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If you have your Bibles, I'd invite you to turn with me to Hebrews chapter 4. This morning I'd invite you to look back to Hebrews chapter 4 verse 1 and also verse 11 because in those verses you will see an exhortation in language that you are going to meet again in the passage we're studying today. But in chapter 4 verse 1 and in chapter 4 verse 11, you will find an exhortation. It's a warning against failing to live life in such a way that you enter in to the ultimate rest that God intends for His people, and so it's a scary passage. There are a number of these warning passages that we've already met in Hebrews and there are more warning passages to come, but it's followed by the passage we're going to study here today which is a passage of comfort. And I'd like you to note what they are because the whole passage is built around them. And that's what we're going to be studying together today.
Prepare your messages about God's grace, mercy, and salvation with sermon outlines or an entire sermon series. Everything about the American way of life teaches us this simple truth. In life you get what you earn. You get what you work for. You get what you pay for. There is nothing wrong with that at all. That should be the American way.
It is hard to speak of God's mercy without first talking about His grace. It is His act of forgiveness, and love. Whereas, His mercy is an aspect of His love where He helps those that are in need or trouble. It is when He holds back the punishment that is truly do to me. God's grace moves for us regardless of our selfishness, laziness, hatred
First Presbyterian Church, Jackson, Mississippi
We can find the words grace and mercy used in the same context and sometimes in the same sentence in the Bible. - Notice sheet and service leaflet for this week. Click here to send Nikolaj an email.
I consecrate myself to God to do His will where I am, be it in school, office, or kitchen, or wherever He may, in His wisdom, send me. Grace is been defined in so many ways because it encompassess a lot of things.