'Grate-ful'

'Grate-ful'

Nov 2012 - Dec 2012
Sermons in this series
Sun, Dec 02, 2012
Passage: Psalms 145
Series: 'Grate-ful'
Duration: 50 mins 31 secs
The last Psalm of David beautifully declares the lasting theme for all creation: “Great is the Lord and greatly to be praised”. This is to be the song of the redeemed today and one day it will be the declaration of all flesh.
Sun, Nov 25, 2012
Passage: Colossians
Series: 'Grate-ful'
Duration: 54 mins 12 secs
I confess the sinful tendency to covet and be discontent. What I have is not enough, I often tell myself. I believe I’m not the only one who struggles with this sin. I also believe a helpful remedy to this is a frequent and careful reflection on gratitude. The Apostle Paul can help us here more than any other New Testament writer because he mentions the subject of thanksgiving in his letters more often than any other Biblical or secular writer of his time. (Theologian Peter T. O’Brien)
Sun, Nov 18, 2012
Passage: Colossians
Series: 'Grate-ful'
Duration: 57 mins 20 secs
In this sermon, we will continue our sermon series “Grate--‐ful” by examining Paul’s use of the word “thankful” in the book of Colossians. Thankfulness is one of Paul’s primary themes in Colossians.
Sun, Nov 11, 2012
Passage: Luke 17:11-19
Series: 'Grate-ful'
Duration: 52 mins 40 secs
Today we begin a sermon series entitled ‘Grate-ful’.   Our desire is that through these messages we will see what true thankfulness looks like and how true thankfulness is lived out in our daily walk.  Today’s passage from Luke 17 shows us that genuine thankfulness is uncommon. God’s common grace is upon every human, and for this God deserves our gratitude.  Yet the one that humbles himself and worships the Lord Jesus Christ as His Savior is the one who is truly healed.  Genuine thankfulness recognizes that the greatest blessing we receive from Christ what we really need - the healing of our sin-sick souls.
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