The Gift of Grace, Part Two

slide3The heart is funny, fickle, and often it is fixed in position. The heart is not easily moved. Yet, the grace of God possesses an unimaginable power to not only move the heart, but to recast, reshape, and restore it.

The initial message is this series, The Gift of Grace, asked you to imagine Grace as the unique and transformative love of God. The second message in this series considers an even greater blessing: the grace of God can be known before we know God! And, it is this very grace – the grace that comes before – that draws our hearts towards God.

If you have a moment, check out the second message in the series, The Gift of Grace.

 

2 thoughts on “The Gift of Grace, Part Two

  1. Pastor Ross,

    The following is a hymn that was written based on the scripture used in this message.

    I Am The Bread Of Life
    Suzanne Toolan

    I am the Bread of life,
    He who comes to Me shall not hunger,
    He who believes in Me shall not thirst.
    No one can come to Me
    Unless the Father draw him.

    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up on the last day.

    The bread that I will give
    Is My flesh for the life of the world,
    And he who eats of this bread,
    He shall live for ever,
    He shall live for ever.

    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up on the last day.

    Unless you eat
    Of the flesh of the Son of Man
    And drink of His blood,
    And drink of His blood,
    You shall not have life within you.

    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up on the last day.

    I am the Resurrection,
    I am the Life,
    He who believes in Me
    Even if he die,
    He shall live for ever.

    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up on the last day.

    Yes, Lord, we believe
    That You are the Christ,
    The Son of God
    Who has come
    Into the world.

    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up,
    And I will raise him up on the last day.

    Suzanne Toolan

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