Thursday, November 11, 2010

This Week at Twin Cities - November 11, 2010

Hey everybody, Grace is amazing. This series has been such a surprise to so many. Grace is a word we use a lot at church, but it’s not so easily understood and it’s even more difficult to apply. “Captured by Grace” was one of those messages. I ask you to watch it online if you weren’t there, and even if you were, to hear how God’s grace captured and transformed a man many would say was a very unlikely person to receive the love of Jesus.

This Sunday, we get to look at how the Apostle Paul expresses his faith in God’s amazing grace to bring comfort when life is unexplainable. I’ve really been touched this week as I’ve been working on this captivating concept.

I have a special invitation. These next two weeks our services will directly speak to those times in life when we may feel God is absent or silent or just not on our side. Often times we hear messages that say, “If God is absent or silent or not working as you have prayed, it’s the result of your lack of faith.” I want you to know that is just not consistent with Biblical truth. In fact, facing times when God appears absent or silent or distant requires more faith than any other time.

I want to invite all of you to come the next two Sundays. Do whatever you have to in order to be here because I believe these next two messages will show you how comforting and convincing God’s grace really is. Go ahead and read 2 Corinthians 4:1-18 and 2 Corinthians 12:1-10 just to get your wheels turning.

Today is Veteran’s Day so make sure to honor the men and women who have served in our Armed Forces,

Pastor Ron 

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