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Presented to the Father

We read in Ephesians 5:25-27 that Christ wants to present us holy and spotless to himself. This means, although we live in the world, we must not become polluted. We cannot avoid the world, nor should we, but we must learn to maintain our character and remain faithful. furthermore, when we are in the world, we want to impact those around us, our friends and family.

When Faith Meets Grace

We understand faith: our persuasion in God, and Jesus our savior. We understand grace: the favor of God toward us that is unmerited by any works we can do. But the question is, when do they meet? At what point does our faith meet the grace of God resulting in our salvation? We are going to answer this by looking at three letters of Paul.

“Is Hope a Strategy?” by Keith Roeder

The Bible says in Proverbs 13:12, “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but a longing fulfilled is a tree of life.” In this lesson, Keith Roeder speaks of hope as a strategy in life. He presents three questions to guide us through the study: 1. What is hope and how is it defined? 2. What do we hope for? 3. When do we hope for something? What we find is, YES, hope is a strategy.

A Reason to be Thankful

As we approach Thanksgiving Day, I want to remind us to continually be thankful for the wonderful things God has given us. We learn so much from the one leper in Luke 17 who returned to thank Jesus after he was healed. This sermon is going to look a little closer at that story and bring three things to light.