Can You Frustrate God’s Grace?

by Dr. Michael L. Williams
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All of us have experienced frustration at some point in our life. Things you try to do or plans that you make just do not seem to work out. The work you put in to make things happen then seems like a wasted effort and you feel frustrated that you are not able to accomplish […]

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What Does It Mean To Be Saved By Grace?

by Jack Wellman
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What does it mean to be saved by grace?  Is that all there is to it? What is Grace? The old saying that grace is “God’s Riches At Christ’s Expense” is certainly true but it goes so much deeper than that.  It is God’s unmerited and undeserved favor in bestowing upon us the gift of […]

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He’s Not Done with Me Yet: A Personal Testimony

by Crystal McDowell
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My earliest memory is being in the nursery at church. I went to Sunday school for my entire childhood and I owe my scriptural knowledge to every diligent Sunday school teacher. At six years old, I went down the aisle to ask Jesus into my heart as I was taught that Jesus was good and […]

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8 Christian Praise Songs About Grace

by Pamela Rose Williams
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Grace is that gift that God gives us. Some define it as “unmerited favor”. I have even seen some use each letter of G-R-A-C-E to define it as God’s Riches At Christ’s Expense. I say it is giving us something that we don’t deserve because of the wretched sinners that we are. It is by […]

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How I Was Set Free In Prison

by Jack Wellman
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From disaster to pastor, this is the real life story – my own personal testimony – of how I came to saving faith in Jesus Christ.  I believe miracles still happen every day and the greatest miracle to me is that of human conversion Fractured Childhood I never knew my real father.  My mother had […]

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