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We are called to consider salvation. In the trials and testings of life, we may be tempted to neglect our salvation for some form of self-generated coping scheme or doubt our salvation because our circumstances are so difficult, or come to believe that our salvation...

In a letter designed to encourage believers toward faithfulness to Christ as they experience the tension of living in this world, Peter begins with praise to God. As he praises God for his great mercy toward us, he is reminding us of the basis of...

As Christians and as a congregation, let us hear and heed the call to be constant in prayer. As we pray, let us trust in the love, wisdom, and power of God; entrust ourselves, our circumstances, and others to him; ask him in Christ’s name,...

John does not leave us wondering what became of his dear friend Peter who denied Jesus three times. In this final chapter of John, Jesus walks Peter through the process of contrition, confession, and restoration. Here we have a final vision of the greatness and...

The Gospel writers give us the details of the burial of Jesus. The Apostle Paul listed Jesus’ burial as one of the essential events of the gospel. Today we give our attention to this often overlooked event to again expand our vision of Jesus. The...

Bill Maynard speaks on John 19:16-37. Grace Community Church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this...

Grace Community Church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to...

Grace Community Church exists to build spiritually healthy people for ministry in the world. One of the ways that we pursue this mission is by gathering each Sunday for corporate worship, prayer, and biblical teaching. The corporate nature of this gathering is both edifying to...

In this passage we see Jesus praying. We hear his heart of love for the Father and for us. His prayer reveals his determination to glorify God and give us eternal life. What do we gain from the vision of our Savior in prayer? Faith,...

Jesus called, even commanded, his church to participate in the work of God in the world by asking in prayer. Jesus promised that what the church asks it will receive. Today, as we hear the words of Jesus, may we be granted vision, faith, and...

To the troubled disciples, Jesus speaks of more trouble to come. The followers of Jesus will have tribulation in the world. Today, we hear Jesus calling us to face the reality of hardship in the world with the confidence of victory in him. Take heart,...

In the allegory of the vine and branches, Jesus prepares his disciples for his departure by bringing together the nature of their relationship with him, their mission in the world, and the ultimate priority for which they were called. Disciples of Jesus abide in him...

Also includes John 14:25-31, 15:26-27, & 16:5-15. To the troubled and confused disciples who are contemplating his departure, Jesus gives another promise related to their future as his followers. He promised that the Father would send another Helper to be with them forever. This promise was...

When Jesus was with his disciples on earth he kept them together. He corralled, corrected, and connected this group of strong-willed men when they didn’t get along. When Jesus left them, he gave them a new commandment to love one another as he loved them....

Jesus prepared the disciples for his departure by telling them that love and obedience are inseparable. Jesus loved the Father and became obedient to the point of death on the cross. The cross was also a display of love for us. Now, the love of...

To his troubled disciples who feared a future without him, Jesus said, “I will come again.” This is the first promise Jesus gave in the Farewell Discourse. If we believe Jesus and his promise, we will find peace for our troubled hearts and hope for...

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