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Church Under Construction
Lesson 13 - Organized Acts
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What I received from my parents and grandparents is my inheritance. What I leave my children and grandchildren is my legacy. Lord, may I accept my inheritance with forgiving gratitude and offer my legacy with humble grace.
Sin Hell Grace Ephesians 2:8 (NASB) For by grace you have been saved through faith.
Yesterday, I said time was a gift from God. Lord, forgive me for wrapping your gift in the coarse paper of bitterness and anger. Teach me to keep it wrapped in the sparkle of love and the glitter of … Continue reading
We hear a lot about what’s fair: It’s only fair that rich people pay more taxes It’s not fair that she gets money for doing nothing He’s so lucky, it’s not fair that he gets all the … Continue reading
We can trace a thread of greediness through Scripture, from Eve’s temptation in Genesis to the avaricious beast of Revelation. David, a man after God’s own heart, coveted his neighbor’s wife. Even Christ’s disciples jostled for the best seats in … Continue reading
2 Peter 1:10 (NIV) Therefore, my brothers and sisters, make every effort to confirm your calling and election. I’ve been elected–by God. And certainly not because I waged a winning campaign. I am elected by God’s grace.