Sermons in “Way to Heaven”

Become What You Are

Why do some people flourish and some falter? While we can’t put everything onto the home life, it has been shown that people who come from homes where they know they are deeply loved and supported tend to thrive in life. The same is true in the Christian life; by knowing that we are deeply loved by our Father we can go on to deeper depths experiencing God’s grace in our lives.

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Soul Flip

Salvation is not a status to be obtained, but an entry way to a whole new life. Similar to purchasing a new house, the next step is to inhabit it. Perhaps this means some repair or renovation projects. Maybe some of the old furniture no longer suits. Yet, we don’t renovate ourselves, rather we hand the keys over and trust the graciousness of the host.

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Pull a U-Turn

Becoming a Christian does not happen by accident. A person can’t become a Christian and not know it and a person can’t keep going in the same direction and arrive in the kingdom. To become a Jesus follower requires an intentional change of direction. But, even that course correction is throughly rooted in the grace of God.

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You Are Here

Julie Andrews once trilled, “Begin at the beginning, it’s a very good place to start.” When speaking about people progressing from no faith or hostile to faith, we must begin orienting ourselves in relation to God. We have to speak of sin, but even before that comes a word of grace.

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