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Thursday Thoughts for Parents: "Thriving In Trouble"

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This post is based on Jared Torrence's sermon, Thriving In Trouble, given on October 29, 2017. It is officially November which means that there are a lot of sweet treats right around the corner!  Thanksgiving comes with family gatherings, turkey, football, and pie (my favorite!) and then soon after is Christmas with lights and ornaments, singing and presents!&nb...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Sovereign Grace"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Sovereign Grace, given on October 22, 2017.   Hey kids, did you know that God has been thinking about you for a long time? In fact, His thoughts about you go back before He created the world and everything in it. One of the sweetest doctrines, or teachings, gathered from the New Testament writings is that of divine e...

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Sermon Quotes: "Sovereign Grace"

“The subject of predestination, which in itself is attended by considerable difficulty, is rendered very perplexed, and hence perilous, by human curiosity, which cannot be restrained from wandering into forbidden paths. Let it, therefore, be our first principle that to desire any other knowledge of predestination than that which is expounded by the word of God, is no...

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Sermon Quotes: "Postscript"

“Silas was an influential person in the early church…yet his highest commendation is that he was a faithful brother. Silas was such a man-content to take a subordinate place and faithful to carry out the responsibilities that fell to him. The church desperately needs men like Silas who will work quietly in the supportive roles of Christian ministry.” Rob...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Postscript"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Postscript, given on October 15, 2017.   As Peter closes his first letter, he shifts to a divinely inspired “postscript” that presents both a personal recommendation and his final pastoral instruction. Here, Peter takes time to highlight the care he has received from two brothers who have served him well....

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5th Anniversary Sunday Recap

A few weeks ago we had th joy of celebrating our 5th anniversary as a church! Here's a glimpse of our anniversary Sunday together. 5 yr anniversary from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Unexpected Delight"

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This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Unexpected Delight, given on October 8, 2017.   Grace was one of Peter's favorite words. He wanted to make sure that his readers knew that the gracious disposition of God toward sinners was the ultimate mystery in the Bible. The implications of this reality are enormous as we consider the fact that our sin deserves n...

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Sermon Quotes: "Unexpected Delight"

“The grace of God is love freely shown toward guilty sinners, contrary to their merit and indeed in defiance of their demerit. It is God showing goodness to persons who deserve only severity and had no reason to expect anything but severity. Once a person is convinced that his state and need are as described, the New Testament gospel of grace cannot but sweep him off...

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Thursday Thoughts for Parents | "Resist Your Adversary"

This post is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Resist Your Adversary, given on September 24, 2017.   Have you ever faced a bully? You know, someone who tries to intimidate you? When you think of facing a bully, how do you feel (sad, angry, depressed, frightened)? How should our perspective change knowing that Jesus has already beaten the most ferocious bully we c...

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Sermon Quotes: "Resist Your Adversary"

“Worry is condemned, but watchfulness is demanded.” Edmond Hiebert “One of the most dangerous things in the world would be to think that we are not in any danger, which is the mistake Peter made.” Phil Ryken “Satan cannot ultimately destroy a Christian believer. But he is well able to destroy our assurance and our joy-our pleasure in the gos...

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