God's Provision of Mercy (11 of 18) by Ernest Easley
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Series: The If's, Ands and Buts of the Bible
Hebrews 2:17-18; 4:14-16
Dr. Ernest L. Easley
Now take God's Word and turn with me to the New Testament book of Hebrews chapter 2 … as we continue our series of messages under the heading:
The If's, Ands and Buts of the Bible.
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Now 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.
God's Promises! God's Provisions! God's Providence! Those three sweet P's are the focus of this series of messages from the Word of God. And it's my prayer for you to experience all three.
Today we are continuing our focus on the "And's" of the Bible which point us to The Provisions of God. And let me say again that the focus isn't on the word "and" … oh no. Our focus is what's found on either side of these "ands" .. that is .. The Provisions of God.
Now I just have to tell you that the more I learn about the provisions God has for us .. the more I want to praise and worship Him. For instance … His provision of GRACE. Now there's a provision that will drive you to your knees in praise! God's unmerited favor!
You talk about setting you free! When you realize that there is nothing you can do so good to cause God to love you more and that there's nothing you can do so bad to cause God to love you less … THAT'S LIBERTY! Th ...
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