Upcoming Sunday Sermons

Holy Spirit Sermon Series

From mid Jan. through the end of  May

Starting at 9:30am!


Upcoming Events

May 24-31: Honduras missions trip

June 3: Promotion party @Baileys

​June 10: VBS with Broad St. CoC

June 11: Youth service & Honduras mission trip report, meal to follow


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Even when we do our level best to obey God perfectly, we know it’s far short of perfect. We rely on His mercy to make up the deficit.  “We all stumble in many ways” (James 3:2). So we’re instructed to pray, “Forgive us our sins.” The way of salvation has always been the same—to obey God and to cast ourselves on His mercy. Or, to put it another way, God requires us “to do justly, love righteousness, and walk humbly with your God” (Micah 6:8). Humbly trust and obey, as the song says; or rather “obey and trust.” Give God our poor best righteousness and trust in His grace for its completion. God will save no one without personal righteousness and obedience, but that obedience is never enough without grace and forgiveness. So we don’t lose heart because we’re saved by grace; but neither do we presume on cheap grace. All for Jesus, Richard
 

 

 

 

 

 


 
 

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