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This week we explore the Power of Grace as we dive into Paul’s letters to the Galatian and Ephesian churches. All that Jesus is calling us into and longs fur us to enjoy are possible because of His Grace. God’s Grace is directly accessed through a personal relationship with Him. His very presence in our lives brings Grace that empowers us to be fre…
 
Thanks for joining us today, as we discuss the important issue of receiving godly correction. My hope is that we can learn how to position ourselves to receive the hard things we need to hear from time to time. Let’s always emphasize gospel truth, prioritize gentleness and love, and then purpose to allow our Jesus-centered relationships to be a sou…
 
This Sunday we are exploring the power of living in Christian Community. In our churches today it has become common to love the idea of being in “real relationship" and yet we hold each other at arm's length, approach relationships from a selfish mindset, or walk away as soon as things get tough. Paul offers us an alternative perspective in his let…
 
Hi Beloved, Today we are going to spend a little time talking about comfort in affliction. Paul, in his second letter to the church at Corinth, begins by encouraging them regarding times of difficulty and suffering. He reminds them that we have a God who brings comfort in all seasons and that we are called to love and comfort each other as well. Ma…
 
This week we explore the ever-important topic of God’s Love. It’s so essential for the church today to define love the way God does, and then to grow and mature into the people of love God is calling us to be. The health of the church; and the hope of a world in need are at stake, so let’s purpose to love God and love people as Jesus taught us!…
 
In the midst of a long week of waiting for election results, let’s consider what Jesus calls us to in the waiting of this life. Paul encourages us in his first letter to the Corinthians to keep our eyes set on our future hope in Christ, and therefore to live a life that is steadfast, immovable, and purposeful in working for God’s Kingdom! “But than…
 
This Sunday we started a series that will last several weeks as we begin to read through the NT letters to the church. There is a huge need in our day for the church to rediscover the power of God in our midst. This week as we work through Paul’s letter to the Romans, we explore the power of the gospel - how we have gotten off track, and how we oug…
 
Beloved, This week we are spending some time in Paul’s letter to the Romans. Early in this letter, Paul expresses his desire to spend some time in person with this church, and he shares the importance of mutual encouragement. My prayer for you today is that you would consider how the Lord is calling you to both give and receive encouragement in you…
 
This week as we explore the second half of the book of Acts, we have a lot to learn from Paul and how he used his platform to spread the message of Jesus' Kingdom. Whether in the voting booth, interacting on social media, or just in private conversations, our political stance should always be dictated by our allegiance to our eternal King. May we a…
 
Thanks for joining us today as we spend a little time considering the example of some early followers of Jesus found in the book of Acts. May we all learn to be more and more at home in the family of God, eagerly receiving instruction from others, and spending regular time in His Word ourselves!“They received the word with all eagerness, examining …
 
This Sunday we begin the book of Acts and spend some time exploring the essential role that the Holy Spirit has in our lives. May we all be bold enough to step into new territory, experiencing the power and presence of God’s Kingdom in our lives, and choosing to share that life with a world in need.By GraceChapelKnoxville
 
This week we are exploring a short passage from Acts 8, where the Holy Spirit leads Philip on an adventure of faith. I’m believing that we can all learn to hear the Holy Spirit’s voice in our lives and grow in faith as we learn to trust and follow him daily! “Nevertheless, I tell you the truth: it is to your advantage that I (Jesus) go away, for if…
 
Today we explore a couple of stories found in John’s Gospel and see the powerful role that faith plays to bring healing and growth in our lives. Through moments of crisis - like suffering, loss, doubt, and failure - Jesus works to produce grace and peace in our hearts. May we experience Jesus as our anchor in the various seasons of this life, and m…
 
In this week's Letters to the Beloved in Knoxville, we hear from Pastor Alex, who shares from Romans.For those who live according to the flesh set their minds on the things of the flesh, but those who live according to the Spirit set their minds on the things of the Spirit. For to set the mind on the flesh is death, but to set the mind on the Spiri…
 
This week we welcome our friend and mentor, Pastor Dave Buehring, from Franklin, TN, to share a 2-part series from the Gospel of Luke. This week, Pastor Dave shares from Luke 4 on the temptation of Jesus. We will look closer at the temptations and their context, and how we might walk in freedom from the threats of temptations from the enemy, just l…
 
Thanks for joining us as we explore a couple of stories from Luke chapter 5. This passage makes it clear that the love and power of Jesus is available to all who are in need and willing to come to Him. Let’s not settle for being passive observers, instead, let’s step into the presence of God and experience His healing touch! “The power of the Lord …
 
Today we explore the cross together. Not the cross of Jesus (that only he can carry), but the cross He calls us to take up. In 3 successive chapters in Mark’s Gospel, Jesus tells his disciples that He is about to be killed and that he will rise again 3 days later. Their reaction may be at first surprising to us, but upon further reflection reveals …
 
Grace and Peace to you Beloved! We are going to spend a little time together today exploring Jesus’ words from Matthew 4:19 as he called the very first disciples. A simple and clear definition of a disciple is given in just a few short words - may we gain some perspective, and have a concrete understanding of what it means to be a disciple of Jesus…
 
This Sunday we spend some time reflecting on Matthew’s Gospel, and Jesus as the promised King who has come. Throughout Jesus' life, he shows us what his kingdom is like through both his words and actions, and he invites us to participate in this Kingdom. May we discover the beauty of life in the Kingdom of God, as we allow his life to permeate our …
 
Thanks for joining us today as we explore a “boring” portion of scripture - the genealogy of Jesus found in the opening verses in the Gospel of Matthew. The surprising truth is that this passage is far from boring as it tells the story of our God who brings redemption and purpose to even the most broken of us! As we explore these names may we remem…
 
As we wrap up our time in the Old Testament, we look back to see the significance of the OT scriptures - that they are reliable and authoritative, and they are essential for revealing the character of God and our great need for a Savior. Thank God that through the story of the life of Abraham’s family that became the nation of Israel, we can see Go…
 
In this week’s message, we explore the story of Jonah, as he goes through the ups and downs of life as the prophet of God. As we take an honest look at this man and his struggles, may we be open to our struggles with God’s grace, and receive correction and encouragement where it’s needed. Above all may we see the heart of our God who is “gracious, …
 
Thanks for joining us this week as we explore the life of Daniel, and see his faithful devotion to God! May you be encouraged and challenged to include prayer and fasting as a regular part of your personal walk with Jesus. Our hope today is that you would learn from Daniel's example, see the biblical needs and reasons for fasting, and receive some …
 
In this week’s sermon, we explore Ezekiel chapter 34 and Jesus' role as the Good Shepherd of our lives. He wants to warn and protect us from false shepherds, and to encourage us as His sheep not to trample and abuse one another. Instead, if we will learn to recognize His voice, we can faithfully follow Him and learn to help care for His flock, so t…
 
As we explore Jeremiah’s lament over Jerusalem, it’s important that we realize that mourning is a very real part of the life of God’s people. Thankfully Jesus shows us that we can come to him in our grief, that he bears our burdens and heals our hearts. May we all discover the the hope and redemption that we have in Jesus in the midst of even the m…
 
In today’s sermon, we are continuing our mini-series on the Armor of God. As we go through Ephesians 6 today, we see the central role that faith plays, how important it is to have our minds guarded by the security of our salvation, and the power of knowing how to handle God’s Word in the midst of the battles we face. May we all be encouraged to sta…
 
In this Sunday's message, we explore how God’s presence empowers us to be equipped to deal with the inevitable battles we face. This is part one of a two-week series exploring the armor described in Ephesians 6 through the lens of the prophet Isaiah’s beautiful depictions of God’s truth, justice, and the perfect peace that He alone can provide.…
 
In today’s sermon, we discuss the nature of our citizenship. We are members of the human race, and as Christians, we are ambassadors of a heavenly kingdom. How can we learn to live in a broken world without becoming bitter, indifferent, or overwhelmed? By the power of Jesus in our lives, we can learn to hate what’s broken in this world and love it …
 
This week we discuss the book of Proverbs, and the wisdom God offers us. Now more than ever we need the wisdom to live well, love others, experience hope, and discover real solutions for a world in need. Jesus is the ultimate source of wisdom that changes lives and helps us navigate even the most difficult circumstances in this life. Let’s embrace …
 
This Sunday we take a look at the life of Job and discover his uncommon faith in the midst of both suffering and success. We pray that you will be challenged and encouraged this week as we look to Job’s example for guidance on how to walk through even the most difficult seasons of life with Jesus.By GraceChapelKnoxville
 
In today’s sermon, we explore the story of Queen Esther and take a look at the importance of recognizing God’s providence in our lives while making choices to live with purpose. Often, the issue of God’s Sovereignty is viewed as being in contrast with whether to not we have the ability to make free will decisions, but the truth is that in Jesus the…
 
This Sunday we explore the life of King Jehoshaphat, and a couple of important battles he found himself in. Whether he made a mistake in forming a wrong alliance with King Ahab, or he faced the enemy that came to his doorstep, we see his faithful heart towards God, and the grace of God to deliver him from trouble and bring peace, even in the most d…
 
In this week’s sermon, we take a look at King David who ran a faithful yet imperfect race over the course of his life. He was a man after God’s own heart, but also made several huge mistakes that had devastating consequences. Today we explore a key moment of failure in his life so we can learn from his mistakes and his humble repentance. May we all…
 
This week we take a look at a difficult yet important story found in 2 Kings chapters 6-7 about a really brutal time in Israel’s history. The northern kingdom of Israel is in trouble, their capital city Samaria is under siege, and things are getting incredibly desperate. What can we do when we are stuck, surrounded by an enemy and we can’t seem to …
 
Today we explore several Bible prophecies that Jesus fulfilled on Palm Sunday about 2,000 years ago. Let's consider the impact and relevance for us today when we truly appreciate the accomplishment of such specific and powerful promises. God’s past faithfulness should encourage us that we can trust in Him during our present circumstances and the se…
 
In this week’s sermon, we explore a key difference between King Saul and King David as it relates to worshipping God. How can we become people for whom worship is a way of life, instead of an occasional experience when we gather together? We pray that the Lord will speak to you through this message and that we could hear His invitation into a meani…
 
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