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God's Provision of Grace (9 of 18)
Series: The If's, Ands and Buts of the Bible
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
John 1:14-17; Genesis 3:1-21
Today we are continuing our series of messages under the heading: The If's, Ands and Buts of the Bible. And for you who are visiting or those of you who have missed the last several weeks of worship .. let me tell you what this series of messages is all about.
When we talk about the "If's" of the Bible .. we're talking about the Promises of God. Though MOST of God's promises are conditional .. ALL of God's promises are trustworthy. And for the last several weeks .. we've been looking at some of the wonderful promises of God.
And IF by chance you've missed those messages .. you can hear them on our web sight at www.roswellstreet.com. By the way .. speaking of our web sight … we have had over ______ hits over the last four weeks since bringing our new web sight online. You're going to find our new web sight very helpful and informative.
So .. the IF'S of the Bible point us to the Promises of God. The "ANDS" of the Bible point us to the Provisions of God. And then the "BUTS" of the Bible point us to the Providence of God. And that's what we're thinking about these days together from the Word of God:
"The Ifs, Ands and Buts of the Bible."
Now today we're moving from the IF'S of the Bible, those Promises of God; to the ANDS of the Bible, those Provisions of God. This word "AND" as we're going to see .. ties together some of the great provisions God has for His children.
Now look with me to John 1.14 where we find the first provision which is the foundational provision for if it were not for this provision .. we would not have the rest of the provisions.
Without this provision .. we would have no hope! Without this provision .. we would have no help! Without this provision .. we would have no heaven! We're talking about …
God's Provision of Grace
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