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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 the future. Let us encourage one another with these words.

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 the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

This week on the podcast Justin and Scott sit down with John Kramp, long-time member and former elder at Grace. They discuss what John has learned over the years and how we learn to contribute to a local congregation. 

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

 

This passage shows us the grace and power of Jesus to keep his followers in the faith even when they fail at times to be faithful. May we gain today a fresh vision of God who restores, a renewed love for Jesus who calls, and a growing courage from the Holy Spirit who strengthens our faith.

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 the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

Justin and Scott discuss why the cross of Christ is essential to both congregations and individuals to live out their faith.

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

After Judas went out into the dark of night to betray Jesus, Jesus said that now is the time of his glorification, and now he would glorify God.  Jesus was referring to the time of his death on the cross.  Today, we ask how the cross of Christ brings glory to God.  What attributes of God are revealed in the cross?  What impact does seeing the glory of God in the cross of Christ have on us? May Christ crucified be our vision.

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 the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

This week, Justin and Scott take a look back at Sunday's sermon on John 13, discussing how to keep our eyes focused on God’s glory in the midst of a dark world.

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

In the dark hour of his betrayal, Jesus spoke the words of faith in the sovereign hand and sure plan of God his Father. “Now is the Son of Man glorified, and God is glorified in him.” Jesus was to be glorified through the betrayal that would lead to the cross. This gives us the confidence that nothing can thwart the will of God to save us from our sins. We can live with hope that darkness does not overcome the light. God is working all things for his glory and our good. Today, let us see the glory of Christ in the dark hour of betrayal and take heart that he is with us.

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 the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted.

This week, Justin and Scott discuss how we are to think of Jesus today and how the ways that our view of Christ impacts our thoughts and actions toward one another. 
 

The Words of Grace Podcast seeks to clarify, amplify, and apply the Sunday morning sermon at Grace Community Church. From time to time we will address other topics. We hope these podcasts help impress the Word of God into your everyday life. Episodes are hosted by Justin Tucker and Scott Patty.

 
 

When Jesus washed the disciples feet he communicated two messages. First, he washes us by forgiving our sins through his death on the cross. Second, we wash one another’s feet by becoming servants as he did. Imagine the beauty of a congregation where the humility to receive from Jesus and the concern to serve one another exists. Jesus said we are blessed if we do these things.

The Apostle John is eager to communicate that Jesus has his people in the world and that he loves them to the end. This morning we will consider the kind of love that Jesus has for us, the enduring nature of his love, and why his love matters for how we live in this world.  

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 the believer and a witness of God’s grace to the world. Sermon speaker is Scott Patty unless otherwise noted. 

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