Amazing Grace…Is It Really?
“Grace” is a word we seem to overuse and underappreciate in today’s culture. However, whenever we really look at the fact that grace is a reality, it is quite overwhelming (in a good way).
This Sunday, we will begin our series “Grace.” Grace is for the person who has messed up somewhere in life and believes the lie that because of their failures, God can never do anything significant with them.
Grace is for the person who wrestles with trying to dissociate their identity from what they did on their worst day.
Grace is for the person who is tired of trying to keep all of the rules and regulations associated with religion.
Grace is for the person who really does believe God is mad at them.
Grace gives us the strength to forgive when we believe that forgiving someone else is an impossibility.
Grace gives us courage.
Grace gives us strength.
Grace allows us to keep going when we want to give up.
Grace shatters the shackles of sin that have dominated our lives for years.
Grace allows us to stop being victims of what has happened to us.
Grace gives us hope.
Grace is available to everyone.
I know – it sounds too good to be true. It’s not! And I can’t wait to talk to you about it. Bring someone with you this Sunday, 9:30 or 11:15am!