Matthew 19:16-30 – Part of the series called “Applied Grace” based on Matthew 19 and 20. This story of the rich young man is Jesus teaching the disciples that the gospel of grace is not about compromise but about transformation.
Number 2 in the Applied Grace series dealing with the tension lines of life in the real world. This message deals with natural law and is taken from Romans 1:18 – 2:4 dealing with universal moral standards.
This series, covering Matthew 19 and 20, in which Jesus is preparing his disciples for living on the tension lines of true discipleship. Applying grace to real world circumstances isn’t always easy or black and white. This first in the series deals with Matthew...
Fear is not always bad. Fear is biblical and helps us keep God as God. Message by Peter Ellis on Philippians 2:5-12
Starting the new year with personal inventory of character and attitude issues taken from Ephesians 4:25 through 5:2