Trophies of Grace (4 of 16) by Stan Coffey
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Series: The Worth of a Christian
Dr. Stan Coffey
I. WE WERE DEAD, DEVILISH, DEPRAVED
II. WE ARE THE STORY OF GRACE
III. WE ARE GOING TO BE EXHIBITIONS
This morning if you have your Bible we are going to turn to Ephesians Chapter 2. I'd like for you to keep your Bible opened to Ephesians Chapter 2 because I'm going to be pointing out about ten verses from the second chapter of Ephesians.
We've been preaching through this little book of Ephesians and it is a wonderful book, an important book, an exciting book of the Bible and God has so many things to share with us from this book. We'll be preaching through this book in the early service only.
Now these folks that don't come to this service don't get to hear the book of Ephesians unless they buy the tapes or check the tapes out of the library. So you get to share in these messages and it is a very special time together.
Ephesians Chapter 2 and I want you to notice verse 7 as my text and I want to speak today from the subject Trophies of Grace. Notice what he says, " THAT IN THE AGES TO COME HE MIGHT SHEW THE EXCEEDING RICHES OF HIS GRACE IN HIS KINDNESS TOWARD US THROUGH CHRIST JESUS."
Have you ever wondered why God cared enough about us to save us? Why God loved us enough to reach down and in His grace save us by sending His son to be our sacrifice on Calvary's cross.
You know once in a while I look around here and I see somebody like Brother Dennis that the Lord has saved and you know Brother Dennis hasn't been saved very long and I look over here and I see Tony Pool who hasn't been saved very long.
I know what they were before they became a Christian and I think humanly when they get to heaven, God's just going to march them into the back door because it took all the grace of God to save them.
But you know that's not right because God is going to march them and He is going to march me and He is going to march you into the front door of heaven because ...
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