The Amazing Grace Of God (7 of 12) by Stan Coffey
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Series: Getting To Know God
Dr. Stan Coffey
Ephesians 1:7 and 8
I.God's Saving Grace Removes My Guilt
A. Through Grace We Have Freedom Frm Guilt And Forgiveness Of Sin
B. Grace Gives Us Salvation And Security
C. False Plans Of Salvation
II.God's Strength And Grace Reshapes My Life
A. Santified By Grace
B. Strengthened By Grace
III.God's Sustaining Grace Relieves My Hurt
A. God's Grace Sustains Me Through Trials
B. God's Grace Ministers To My Special Needs
I want us to go to the Lord in prayer because we want to let God really speak to our hearts as we study the word today and let Him give us the ministry and the message that we need. Pray with me if you will.
Father we come to you right now asking you in this moment to quiet our hearts. We want to be still and know that you are God. We pray a special blessing today on each person who is attending this study. Father we come from different backgrounds, different denominations, but Lord we come
for one reason and that is because we believe that the Bible is the word of God and we believe the word of God is the only thing that can meet our needs in time such as these. We want to pray for the president of our nation today. We pray for wisdom. We pray Father that he would be
sensitive to your Holy Spirit and to your leadership. We pray for all of our leaders today as you have commanded us to do and ask that you would be with them in a special way. May they turn to you and look to you that our nation may be truly great. In Jesus name we pray, Amen.
Well, if you have your Bible today, we are going to be looking at a wonderful, wonderful subject and that is the grace of God, how God gives us not what we deserve but what we need. God gives us what we need not what we deserve and this is the attributes that a theologian would call the "grace of God".
God is a god of grace all through the Bible and as we come to the New Testament, the revelation of Go ...
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