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  • Words of Grace – A Life-Shaping Vision of The Very Real Future

    I have been amazed this week at how relevant Revelation is to our lives today. Revelation 4-5 give us a picture of heaven in the form of a vision. In this vision, we see the redeemed people of God gathered around his throne to worship him and the Lamb who...

  • Words of Grace – Have You Met Our Senior Pastor?

    Titles have always been somewhat of a challenge for me. Early in the life of our church, people wanted to know what they should call me. Reverend Patty? Brother Scott (a good Baptist term)? When asked, I would say, “Just call me Scott.” That didn’t seem to help. Out of...

  • Words of Grace – Hearing Voices and Seeing Visions

    This Sunday at Grace, we will begin a sermon series from the Book of Revelation. Revelation is a book of the Bible that stands out from other books because of its style and content. It is often called apocalyptic or prophetic because it reveals certain realities about the future. Revelation...

  • Words of Grace – Who Loves You, Babe?

    “… to know the love of Christ that surpasses knowledge.”  Ephesians 3:19 Years ago, I found myself sitting in a Chicago church Sunday school class for adults who had mental health challenges of various kinds.  Most of them lived in half-way houses or were homeless.  The teacher, who also lived...

  • Words of Grace – One Word Makes the Difference

    “Beloved, let us love one another,” writes the Apostle John (1 John 4:7). Jesus and John both said that to love one another is a command. What were they thinking when they commanded us to love? Did they mean that we should love people from the resource of love that...

  • Words of Grace – Born of God

    In our meditation on the love of God and the command to love one another, we cannot overlook a central point: those who love have been born of God (I John 4:7). Jesus said we must be born again to enter the kingdom of God (John 3:3). Now we hear...