Love Came Down

Life is all about love.  And love is an overused and misunderstood word.  It’s overused to describe how we feel about things that we really don’t love we just like.  It’s misunderstood because it’s most defined as a feeling.  It’s how we think someone should behavior toward us making us feel “loved.”  Overused, misunderstood, but oh so important because everyone wants to be loved.

Love Came Down

Life is all about love.  And love is an overused and misunderstood word.  It’s overused to describe how we feel about things that we really don’t love we just like.  It’s misunderstood because it’s most defined as a feeling.  It’s how we think someone should behavior toward us making us feel “loved.”  Overused, misunderstood, but oh so important because everyone wants to be loved.

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The Greatest Message Of All Time

We are pounded with messages. And with all this noise around the holidays how do we make sure we don’t miss the most important messages? Today we are going to discover how to respond to the greatest message of all time.

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Reforming The Need To Perform

Our culture is built around performance. Those who perform well at work are rewarded with pay raises, if you do well in sports you are selected most valuable player. It’s easy to transfer this thinking to how we view God. But it just doesn’t work that way.  Because Jesus came to Earth, God gives to us 3 benefits of performance that are described in the 8th chapter of the book of Romans.

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Why Love Came Down

Some of us know beyond a shadow of a doubt we’re lost in life.  You might even be a follower of Jesus Christ and know somehow you’ve lost our way.  You’re feeling it.  You’re perplexed.  You’re confused.  You don’t know where to turn.  You’re overwhelmed.  And you’re so exasperated you’re about ready to give up. You might be caught up in addiction to escape or “deal with” life. Well here’s the good news.  Jesus said, “I came for that.”

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Love Is A Gift (Christmas Eve at Grace)

God’s motive for sending Jesus is love.  It’s not like God had to build up enough love to finally do something but that love is who God is so He gave to us out of love. Christmas is the celebration that love came down from heaven as a gift for you.

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