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Weekly Devotional | "Forgiven Much"

This devotional is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Forgiven Much, given on November 27, 2016. Day 1: Jesus and the Sinful Woman Quotes: "And if you're wondering this morning what is the nature of her sin, well we are not explicitly told. One could speculate that she is a prostitute given the phrase, 'a woman of the city', but the exact nature of her sin isn't importan...

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Sermon Quotes: "Forgiven Much"

"Luke's depiction of the wiping, kissing and anointing with imperfect tenses, which he often uses, allows the narrative to run in progression from one act to the next: 'She was wiping, kissing and was anointing.' The impression is that each step took some time. One can imagine the impression it made at the meal." Darrell Bock Our friend Mark Dever writes of a conversation...

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New Member Testimony | Nicole Murray

A few weeks ago, we had the privilege of hearing a powerful testimony from one of our new members, Nicole Murray. We are so grateful for the work that the Lord has done in Nicole's life and that he has brought her to SGCL. Nicole Murray Testimony from SGCLouisville on Vimeo....

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Sermon Quotes: "Now That the Election Is Over"

"To catch the argument one has almost to pretend that Yahweh is firing questions at the prophet's hearers. 'Was liberation boring? Does release from years of servitude make you yawn? Is the Exodus wearisome? Yahweh makes a point of taking them through this review of grace so that they 'may know the righteous acts of the Lord.'" Dale Ralph Davis "Outwardly the worshipper a...

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Weekly Devotional | "Now That the Election Is Over"

This devotional is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, Now That the Election Is Over, given on November 20, 2016. Day 1: The Voice of God (v.1-5) Quotes: "This is the plea of a loving God whose heart has been broken by his peoples' rejection of him." David Prior "The Lord draws their attention to his gracious saving acts in the hope of restoring the relationship with the...

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Weekly Devotional | "The Lost Sheep"

This devotional is based on Christian Wegert's sermon, The Lost Sheep, given on October 30, 2016. Day 1: Lost (v. 4) Quotes: "We think living without God will lead us into freedom and liberty. We believe we are autonomous and independent without need of God or Christ. We think walking to the horizon far away from our shepherd will satisfy our soul. We think it will gi...

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Weekly Devotional | "A Flawless Election Prediction"

This devotional is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, A Flawless Election Prediction, given on November 6, 2016. Day 1: A Call to Joyful Praise (v.1-3) Quotes: "Secular writers force us to read the world from within a framework in which God's moral will, saving intentions, His truth, and His Christ are never the criteria of meaning or importance. The Biblical authors s...

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Weekly Devotional | "A Saving Mercy"

This devotional is based on Brian Chesemore's sermon, A Saving Mercy, given on November 13, 2016. Day 1: The Word of the Lord and a Wayward Messenger (v.1-4) Quotes: "Jonah now has a second chance to learn the scandalous mercy of God." Kevin Youngblood "I would imagine that in this room there are some of who may have tried, maybe even recently, to flee from God and...

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Weekly Devotional | "A Scandalous Mercy"

This devotional is based on C.J. Mahaney's sermon, A Scandalous Mercy, given on October 16, 2016. Day 1: Jonah's story is a cautionary tale Quotes: "For all its orthodoxy and beauty however, this prayer reveals some of the great defects in Jonah's character." Kevin Youngblood "Jonah needed to be humbled, for even though God had mercifully saved him, his heart was u...

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Sermon Quotes: "A Flawless Election Prediction"

"Secular writers force us to read the world from within a framework in which God's moral will and saving intentions, his truth and his Christ, are never the criteria of meaning or importance. The biblical authors see everything from a theocentric viewpoint. The biblical writers compel us to read the world from this perspective, to see it in relation to the moral character ...

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