Restoring Grace (12 of 14) by Stan Coffey

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Restoring Grace (12 of 14)
Series: Amazing Grace
Stan Coffey
Mark 14:66-71

I want you to take God's Word today and turn to Mark 14:66. I want to continue on the series of messages on grace. I hope they have been a blessing to you. They have been a blessing to me as I have studied and prepared these messages on God's amazing grace. Today I want to talk about "Restoring Grace". Last time I spoke about liberating grace, about how God's grace liberates us and how we are free through the cross of Calvary, but today I want to talk about restoring grace, and the fact that we are not only saved by grace but we live by grace. And God always deals with His children on the basis of grace.

So Mark 14 is the story of Simon Peter and his denial of the Lord. If ever there was a time when God was going to say, I am not going to deal with someone in grace it should have been Simon Peter because Simon Peter bragged that he would never deny the Lord. And yet while Jesus was in His darkest hour, we find Peter slept, that Peter denied, and that Peter cursed and said he didn't even know the Lord. That he denied the name of Jesus.

So if ever there was a time when the Lord would give up on one of his children that would have had to been the time. But we find in Scripture that Peter was restored through God's restoring grace, through the grace of God. And what an example this is for us. You may think today that you are too far gone, you may think that you are away from the Lord and you don't know how you are going to get back, you may think you are a million miles from where you ought to be, but I want to tell you something today – God's grace is greater than our sin, amen? No matter how dark our sin is.

Mark 14:66-71 (KJV) "And as Peter was beneath in the palace, there cometh one of the maids of the high priest: And when she saw Peter warming himself, she looked upon him, and said, And thou also wast with Jesus of Nazareth. But he denied, saying, I know no ...

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